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Relief map of GoM Seafloor.... where is the oil headed?

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posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 06:08 PM
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Here is another great link demonstrating projected oil migration...


gohsep.la.gov...


Here is one that is even better from Florida...


map.floridadisaster.org...

[edit on 1-7-2010 by HunkaHunka]




posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 01:53 PM
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Originally posted by HunkaHunka
Here is another great link demonstrating projected oil migration...


gohsep.la.gov...


Here is one that is even better from Florida...


map.floridadisaster.org...

[edit on 1-7-2010 by HunkaHunka]


Ah, that helps! Thanks!!

I see the loop current seems to originate from the area of the Black Smokers ... interesting, I had no idea it was from that area.

It seems like a good thing, but in weather an overheating land mass pulls in the cooler/lower air to take it's place as it rises ... I wonder if the in-flow to this area is from the South or not? ... ... ...



posted on Jul, 9 2010 @ 02:09 PM
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Originally posted by burdman30ott6

Originally posted by ogbert
Fuel costs are well over $1,000 to get out there and back in a 50' sport fishing boat.


If it's a diesel, problem solved... just siphon feul for the boat off the surface of the water in the Gulf. Cost: $10 for a garden hose and $30 for a hand pump.


Those responsible for using and permitting the use of this Corexit crap should get federal charges filed and never see the outside world again. Not only are they committing crimes, but they are tampering with the evidence by hiding it a mile under the Gulf.


Now that the oil is "ostensibly" in a "flume" environment it does not make sense for them to use the Corexit any longer .. However, I heard that they ordered another 100,000 gallons a week or so back.


I genuinely hope that the people who are working for BP BEGIN getting health check-ups including blood, urine, and breath tests (exhaling the vapor, indicates collection in the lungs +) ... if for no other reason that to document the exposure and allow the development of ameliorating treatments for this type of situation

[[(also the records are necessary if they find they are dying in a few years, or BP will not pay for anything ... "oh, your food poisoning caught up with you?" ..
_)]]

Since BP has skirted this issue by hiring out of town people and busing in the temps, then the Gov should step in on behalf of the People whom it represents and demand that all workers be given some testing at least on a bi-weekly basis, with the option for more visits if necessary.

If the GOV does not make it mandatory, then the people cannot move to do it, because they have to have the pay check. (This seems the worst round of disaster capitalism yet! .. but maybe just because it is on our own shores!) !!

Of ... By ... and FOR .. right? So lets let the CDC (who went there exactly for these reasons) do what they came for, even if it has to be an executive order. ... People who cleaned the Exxon Valdez did not fair well.

God bless us all.



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