Friday, July 16, 2010

Dying Sea Turtles Warn of Toxic Gulf

By Dennis Bernstein
July 16, 2010

Many of Nature’s most ardent defenders are gathered in the Gulf of Mexico, engaged in a desperate rescue mission, trying to save not only the wildlife directly endangered by BP’s massive oil spill but the ecosystem’s viability for sustaining future animal life as well as the economic life of coastal communities.

Read on.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought to myself, how much oil is in that well?. I went to find out and came up with this...

50 million barrels to 10 billion barrels?.

Does anyone know?.

Another thing I think has to be considered...The whole of the gulf seabed has many fractures, a left over from the the Chicxulub asteroid.

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