posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 10:54 PM
I live on the coast as the wind blows not far from ground zero.
I just heard that they have sprayed over 100 thousand pounds of corexit in the gulf.
The smell reminds me of the way a yard smelled when I was a kid after it had been sprayed for bugs, they used much stronger chemicals than is now
However combine the chemicals in the oil, the chemicals in the burned oil and the use of corexit throw in some heated water and you have a toxic soup.
It takes very little time for the winds to pick up moisture from the gulf and spread it inland all the way to Canada.
I got over my spring allergies oak, and grass, was OK. The very night the rig exploded we had the windows open fans on. I woke up about 3am with a
very bad headache and have not felt well since. Keep in mind I had no idea an oil rig exploded.
Lets take chemtrails out of the picture.
Everybody down here is sick with what they are calling "the summer flu" that is what they call everything they can't explain.
I would love to see the results of a chem panel run on some of the people who are sick.
We can smell it in the air, I live in the country so there is no way I should be smelling any chemicals at all.
Go to a weather map and check the winds out, maybe you can keep a simple record of symptoms and the winds, rain and such. I can tell you this. In the
summer the winds are out of the south, hardly any winds from the the north, check the polar jet stream.
We always say that if we get rain this time of year it's gonna come out of the gulf.
If this had happened in the winter we would have no problems.
Corexit is on the EPA's list of acceptable chemicals but is in the highly toxic range. Mix it all together and I have no idea how lethal it is, wish
I did. I just know it's bad.