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Originally posted by manta78
Well when you have this stuff going in the air, no telling what
could be happening:
Originally posted by boondock-saint
Originally posted by labzrule
I can respect that you want your privacy. Just thrown some ideas out to help you out. Take care and good luck!!!
I do appreciate that
I need all the ideas I can muster.
I'll do some more checking later
today when it gets daylight.
Russian scientists briefing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev are warning that the dispersant used by BP to break up the oil spill in the Gulf could cause a far greater catastrophe than the oil itself. They envision apocalyptic destruction caused by the dispersant "phase shifting" from liquid to gas, then being absorbed into clouds and released as toxic rain all over the Eastern coast. They note that corexit, which BP has been using despite an EPA ruling against it, is one of the most toxic dispersants ever created.
A mysterious "disease" has caused widespread damage to plants from weeds to farmed organic and conventionally grown crops. There is very strong suspicion that ocean winds have blown Corexit aerosol plumes or droplets and that dispersants have caused the unexplained widespread damage or "disease."
There is no other explanation for the crop damage. Everything points to something that has a widespread effect on plants and crops. While no one precisely knows, all the signs point to BP's use of aerosolized Corexit brought inland by the ocean winds or rain.
Remember acid rain? Now it seems we could have toxic dispersant rain.
FAST FACTS: * Small dots appear to "burn" through leaves * Area affected is along Tipton and Shelby County line * Farmers afraid they may lose their entire crop (Memphis 6/1/2010) A mystery is unfolding across MidSouth farms. Something is killing crops, trees, even weeds and nobody can explain why. Farmers are scratching their heads and some are worried their crops may be lost to the mysterious plague.