posted on Nov, 13 2010 @ 04:49 AM
I cannot see the video from my work computer, but I know 'flesh eating' was mentioned on another thread here, and if you read the article the
pictures and video were taken from it mentioned that not one of the people showing 'lesions' on their legs actually had lesions, their diagnosis's
were either scabies or staph infections.
I have been into the Gulf waters a few times now, I waded and I swam. I had an open sore on my ankle while swimming in the gulf, no problem. I have
family who live in Panama city, their gardens, their health, none of this has been affected nor anyone they know of.
I am sure that the spill is still a tragedy of major proportions, things that are yet to come will be mind boggling if you are still paying attention
to the matter as it all unfolds. There is admission that some working in the field have been affected, respiratory conditions have been attributed to
the spill, but these are people who were in the field, not those who live along the shores or inland. A few respiratory cases onshore have been
reported, those reports have not increased and were for the most part done during the intial arrival of the spill into the LA area.