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It's raining oil spill links
Controlled oil burns are roasting sea life along with the oil, BP based its response plans on out-of-date government plans, and Chevron wants us to trust them.
Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 04:51 PM
BP based its oil spill response plans on old government models
made for a surface-level spill. The government is as much at fault for this as BP. Not Obama, not Bush, not the Democrats or Republicans. The government, all of them. The government has been tight with Big Oil since there has been a Big Oil and it's going to be really hard to change that.
Is it raining oil in Louisiana?
I haven't found anything definitive — in normal circumstances oil does not evaporate into clouds, but with the massive amounts of oil sitting on top of the Gulf and the unknowns that come with using the millions of gallons of dispersants that BP has been pumping into the ocean, who's to say it's not
And the oil gushes on.
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