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GLP Good News thread. Inconvenient bacteria eats a good portion Deepwater Horizon oil spill
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 23645259:MV8xOTg1OTM3XzMzMzY0Mjc0X0Q4REFEQjM5] This is good news people. Devote 2 minutes of your time thinking about this. [/quote]
Well there you go! How many people predicted this?
Inconvenient bacteria eats a good portion Deepwater Horizon oil spill
From the University of Rochester , those darned bacteria are ruining the eco photo-ops. Video follows.
At least 200,000 tons of oil and gas from Deepwater Horizon spill consumed by gulf bacteria
Researchers from the University of Rochester and Texas A&M University have found that, over a period of five months following the disastrous 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill, naturally-occurring bacteria that exist in the Gulf of Mexico consumed and within five months removed at least 200,000 tons of oil and natural gas that spewed into the deep Gulf from the ruptured well head.
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