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July 24, 2010
The evidence of acid rain due to the use of the toxic dispersant Corexit9500 has become so clear that it is logically impossible to discredit the possibility. Scientists are on record stating that Corexit evaporating into the clouds is a very real possibility. When this plane landed, there was orange chemicals on every leading edge of the aircraft. That’s right, a plane that flew over the Gulf Oil disaster had a thick orange layer around it. If it is thick enough to be seen on an aircraft, it is most likely thick enough to be evaporated into the clouds. Could the people of the Gulf actually be walking through toxic chemicals just by being outside?
Democracy Now recently interviewed an EPA whistleblower who stated, BP is saving millions, possibly billions of dollars by using Corexit9500.”
HUGH KAUFMAN: Well, Corexit is one of a number of dispersants, that are toxic, that are used to atomize the oil and force it down the water column so that it’s invisible to the eye. In this case, these dispersants were used in massive quantities, almost two million gallons so far, to hide the magnitude of the spill and save BP money. And the government—both EPA, NOAA, etc.—have been sock puppets for BP in this cover-up. Now, by hiding the amount of spill, BP is saving hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars in fines, and so, from day one, there was tremendous economic incentive to use these dispersants to hide the magnitude of the gusher that’s been going on for almost three months.