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Originally posted by airspoon
Also, in order for actual oil to be in the rain coming down from the clouds, the crude would have to be broken down to a tremendous degree. This should not be happening with the relatively small amount of time that it has been mixed in with the water. If this is true, we would have to question how this happening.
Originally posted by thewanger
I have seen the video's of the oil-slicked rain. Everything has oil on it; the leaves, streets, cars etc,. There is no doubt about the oil in the atmosphere. What really troubles me is the gases. Almost all MSM reports on the oil in the water. That is really secondary to the gases coming onshore and moving inland. And to those who say oil doesn't evaporate I say: prove it. The oil IS coming down in the rain. Put your money where your mouth is and go down there. Obama spent only 20 minutes there on his last visit. Nuff said.
Originally posted by IntastellaBurst
Evaporated water is very pure, the only things that can interact with rain water are substances already in the clouds or atmosphere.