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WASHINGTON — Scientists say they have for the first time tracked how certain nontoxic elements of oil from the BP spill quickly became dinner for plankton, entering the food web in the Gulf of Mexico.
The study didn't specifically track the toxic components of the oil that has people worried.
It just scares the heck out of me and i wish for once somebody would come out with the truth about the situation. All those chemicals went somewhere. I don't believe that they are consumed by the oceans and its organisms and are regurgitated as something good.
I mean, when you consider how much different toxic crap humans dump into the oceans every year, the extra amount from the gulf spill is barely a blip on the radar.