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Originally posted by icepack
thanks for this post.
it shows that its not the gulf spill, its a problem of the system.
the system of how things are gained and consumed without too much bothering.
but this system is strong, it can adapt to this problems, it always has. it brought human kind millions of years to the point of now, and i am optimistic further millions of years into the future.
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Originally posted by pjslug
Thanks for bringing this to light, OP. I have e-mailed the website URL to everyone I know and asked that they not purchase gas from any Chevron station.
Apparently the amount of waste they have dumped is 10 times the amount that has leaked into the ocean from the BP well. Absolutely unbelievable how little regard for humanity and the planet these corporations have.
This is truly a time of sadness and despair.