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Originally posted by freedomataprice
Umm Is your RSOE EDIS different than mine? I don't see any current event in the gulf.
Not saying your not telling the truth, I just want to know if I need (or can) change my settings on that site to see events like this.
Originally posted by harrytuttle
Originally posted by hapablab
its scary because I literally just watched the video of that geologist saying about the dolphins and then a min later found that at RSOE, so yeah it looks very scary now with the dolphins
That interview with the geologist AND the New Zealand beached whales hit me in the face like a ton of bricks (in case you didn't notice with all my exclamation points (lol). Excellent catch - we make a good team
I too hope it does NOT happen. There are several nuclear power plants along or very near that fault line.
Situation Update No. 4
On 16.03.2011 at 03:52 GMT+2
Add Lillian to the growing list of locations where a dead dolphin has washed ashore. It happened again Tuesday afternoon. An afternoon walk along the shoreline of Perdido Bay and a grim discovery.
Originally posted by g146541
How about corexit or oil, suffocation due to gummed up gills?
Now i know why all the new madrid hype, it is conveniant way of passing on BP's responsibility.