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Originally posted by Ektar
[I am so furious! Lisa died today. I am so sad. I went on my Youtube to add an annotation of her death to her video and I am furious! When you play the video a f*%$king BP ad comes up at the bottom – on my video!]
Those suffering from illnesses possibly related to the BP oil spill will meet at noon Saturday at Robichaux's home to hear about the doctor's study, fill out health surveys and talk with others who believe their symptoms are rooted in crude-oil exposure. The gathering will include a free meal, carnival rides for children and talks from environmental activists and locals with oil-related illnesses. It's at 4416 La. 1 in Raceland. Lawn chairs are encouraged. The goal is to get people the appropriate help, instead of treating their symptoms as anything other than spill related, organizers said. "We want something that is a true representation of what is happening on the bayou and the coast," said Brenda Dardar-Robichaux, Mike's wife and the former principal chief of the United Houma Nation. For the full story, see Friday's Courier and Daily Comet and visit houmatoday.com and dailycomet.com.
Even before the 9.0 mag earthquake in Japan on 11 March 2011, scientists and research workers were already finding oily sediment buried beneath the seabed. We will come to this in part 2. Just 34 minutes after the giant quake, groundwater levels in South Florida fluctuate up to 3 inches for 2 hours (Japanese Quake stirred Florida). P waves traveled through the earth at a much faster speed.
New 10 x 100 miles oil spill spotted after Japanese 9.0 mag Earthquake.