This interview was done for the residents and BP workers in the Gulf; what chemicals you're most likely being exposed to and what you can do to
protect your children and yourself from the toxins in the air, water and beaches.
I felt this information was pertinent and valuable. Dr Ott has a Masters and Doctorate in Marine Toxicology and she is involved down there directly.
The "dispersed oil" has made a toxic stew that really is as bad as one could imagine, and the Feds are reluctant to acknowledge the extend of harm
to people because their policies for doing so are inadequate and antiquated. The experience from the Valdez spill seems to come into play here and
the liabilities provided by the Gvmnt are only for short term, not long term.
Here is another link where a local chemist does some lab work on water and sand samples from various ares affected.
Normal ppm of oil/petrolem un water should be 0 to 5 and what they found is a range from 16 to 221 ppm. The water from Louisiana beach exploded
the beaker! www.wkrg.com...
Well I thought this would get a little attention but people are probably getting a little burned out on the subject. I am trying to stick with facts
and evidence at this point. I hope this crisis has peaked but I feel it has not. My hopes and prayers go out to all those affected.
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