posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 03:40 PM
I love being the sensible one on this issue in this mess of people whining, complaining and outright b****ing about the oil spill.
Here's what we do, we contain these safe zones where all of the wildlife are gathering. Obviously many of these places are overpopulated at the
moment which means that many creatures will die off regardless because of how food supply works, so we set the populations to healthy and sustainable
levels through enabling fishing, hunting, relocating, etc. Too many of one species mean an imbalance.
We need to closely control these areas that are designated and set up barriers that can hold back the oil and if any oil gets into these zones then we
have the usual clean up.
Time however is of the essence on this as these zones need to be set up, the proper authorities and groups moved into position, etc.
These areas will provide the catalysts that the GoM needs until we can get the entire region cleaned up to proper levels. This isn't incredibly
difficult, it just takes time, manpower and coordination.