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20 years later and Alaska's coastlines still poisoned.

[link to article.wn.com]

This video is very telling of what will come for states affected by the oil.
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As of early this a.m. the oil had moved 10 miles in the marsh in Placquemines Parish.


A couple of my best friends are from LA.. both are absolutely besides themselves.. one has bayou property.

Yeah, we're on the water too.
Kinda watching and waiting, I guess.

:moreoilmess:

Fricking dispersants just make the shit worsewtf

Have they dumped the DAWN bomb yet??? Stupid bastards. The ignorance of this admin simply astounds me. Big fricking oil mess and we got a girly man throwing parties for Mexico and letting that dipshit talk crap about arizona to our Congress...

These bastards don;t need to be voted out, they need to be locked up in Leavenworth or worse
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Can't blame me. I didn't vote for that fucking half breed illegal alien.
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//... "The Gulf of Mexico is a crime scene," said Larry Schweiger, president of the National Wildlife Federation, "and the perpetrator cannot be left in charge of assessing the damage."
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//... "The Gulf of Mexico is a crime scene," said Larry Schweiger, president of the National Wildlife Federation, "and the perpetrator cannot be left in charge of assessing the damage."

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!!!DING!!!
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God that photo makes me ill.

I used to live in the Tampa Bay/Clearwater area. My friend went back to visit last week and said only ONE person she spoke to was concerned about the oil. The others seemed to be in a strange state of apathy, drinking and drugging a lot, much different than either of us recall from our years living there, and these are not teenagers, they're married people and homeowners, with careers, many with kids.

Is it because people feel helpless, there's nothing they can do? Are they resigned to our fate? Do they care more about American Idol than the planet? Do they only believe what Keith Olbermann tells them? Ignorant? Blind? Stupid? Can't see beyond scoring their next joint?


No, it is because nothing at all is happening here in the Tampa Bay area. And more importantly, there is very, very little chance that anything of any major significance will happen here.

There is this thing called the Gulf Stream. Its power is hard to imagine. But know this. The Gulf Stream is, by far, the planet's biggest, longest and most powerful river. Yes, it is a river.

But you don't think about it because you probably thought that rivers were only on land. Wrong. They exist in the sea as well. And there, they are wrongly called "currents."

The Gulf Stream is blocking any oil from heading east. Right now, the closest plume of crude is over 300 miles west of the Tampa Bay area. And the latest infrared satellite imagery indicates that the oil is now starting to do a loop backward, back to the west again and away from the Florida coast.

[link to www.abcactionnews.com]

[link to www.abcactionnews.com]

Even the Florida Keys may get lucky and escape most of the effects of this oil, though that remains to be seen. More likely, there will be some negative effects there but nothing compared with all of the hype.

Mainly, this is Louisiana's sad problem. And most scientific experts originally thought that the damage there, by this time, would be worse than it has been. Nevertheless, the damage to the offshore island's marshes in Louisiana remains incalculable, at this point.

But the Tampa Bay area of Florida is in good shape and will almost certainly remain that way. Lucky again.

AC 967002, this is for your (rightfully) "apathetic" friends: :stoner:
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Thanks for the update, though it was condescending. As a lifelong boater and sailor I understand currents and the Gulf Stream just fine.

I do not have your optimistic outlook on this, having firsthand witnessed the oil spill in the Santa Barbara channel in 1969, but I pray that your description is correct.

My prayers go out to all affected; plants, animals, and people alike. hf
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Bottom Line. We've been lied to and what is revealed in the current media is at least a week old if not more.

Ask any Gulf offshore Captian from Texas to Key West what's out there... besides the oil marks all along their boats from the waterline to the keel. OIL shit!
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As of early this a.m. the oil had moved 10 miles in the marsh in Placquemines Parish.


A couple of my best friends are from LA.. both are absolutely besides themselves.. one has bayou property.

Yeah, we're on the water too.
Kinda watching and waiting, I guess.

:moreoilmess:

Fricking dispersants just make the shit worsewtf

Have they dumped the DAWN bomb yet??? Stupid bastards. The ignorance of this admin simply astounds me. Big fricking oil mess and we got a girly man throwing parties for Mexico and letting that dipshit talk crap about arizona to our Congress...

These bastards don;t need to be voted out, they need to be locked up in Leavenworth or worse


Can't blame me. I didn't vote for that fucking half breed illegal alien.
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I voted for
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//... "The Gulf of Mexico is a crime scene," said Larry Schweiger, president of the National Wildlife Federation, "and the perpetrator cannot be left in charge of assessing the damage."

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I am actually transfering to Mobile, Alabama this week. Moving from Florida to the oily beaches of the gulf coast! I will surely be near the front lines of this mess and will be posting what I witness!



Alabama Gulf Coast is clear at the moment. I'll be one of the first to know when the oil hits (or gets close).


I can't imagine what it must be like to just have to sit & WAIT..
 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan



Well a lot of my work is in PR, and BP is paying the coastal tourism agencies more money than they've ever seen. And in turn, those tourism departments are paying me a lot of money to bring as many people to the gulf coast now while it's clear. They basically are trying to get their year's revenue in the next 2 months.

But the damn MSM is making it really hard for us, because if you watch it, then you are under the assumption that the entire coast is covered in oil, when right now it just now hit Louisiana marshes.

So I have to fight against all these preset notions to get the truth out. I'm going to flood youtube next week with ad campaigns to come fishing if all goes to plan. I don't know if I'll send out a press release when the oil hits Alabama, but I'll at least post it on GLP.

So I'm not actually just sitting and waiting. I'm working harder than ever, which is hard since my power was out for about 6 hours tonight because of storms.

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Bring soap to the beach this summer.





Oh my GOD....how many living things is this going to kill off before it is all said and done. We're talking whole ecosystems destroyed.
 Quoting: Gradient


And they're gonna leave most of it right where it settles in the wetlands & marshes.
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How long did it take for the environment to recover in Alaska from the Valdez spill? Or is it still recovering? Alaksa doesn't have the fragile wetlands that Louisiana has.


It hasn't.

And that was in 1989, & far less severe:


Recovery Still Incomplete After Valdez Spill


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And Alaska did not have a nonstop supply pouring in with a bunch of Hurricanes waiting in the wings to suck it all up and deposit on land and crops either...

This admin= KAEF in unprecedented fashion.
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Bring soap to the beach this summer.





Oh my GOD....how many living things is this going to kill off before it is all said and done. We're talking whole ecosystems destroyed.


And they're gonna leave most of it right where it settles in the wetlands & marshes.
 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan

That's the whole problem...once it's in the marshes, there is "no" cleaning it up. Just too difficult.
It's nothing like the beach/sand. That's why our local officials have been screaming for them to try and stop the oil "before" it reached the marshlands.

They have GOT to stop this leak.
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//... "The Gulf of Mexico is a crime scene," said Larry Schweiger, president of the National Wildlife Federation, "and the perpetrator cannot be left in charge of assessing the damage."

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As of early this a.m. the oil had moved 10 miles in the marsh in Placquemines Parish.


A couple of my best friends are from LA.. both are absolutely besides themselves.. one has bayou property.

Yeah, we're on the water too.
Kinda watching and waiting, I guess.

:moreoilmess:

Fricking dispersants just make the shit worsewtf

Have they dumped the DAWN bomb yet??? Stupid bastards. The ignorance of this admin simply astounds me. Big fricking oil mess and we got a girly man throwing parties for Mexico and letting that dipshit talk crap about arizona to our Congress...

These bastards don;t need to be voted out, they need to be locked up in Leavenworth or worse


Can't blame me. I didn't vote for that fucking half breed illegal alien.

I voted for
:RonP:

Not this Marxist reverse engineered socialist...
 Quoting: UNThredded


Ron Paul wasn't even on the Ballot. Unless you wrote him in. He didn't make it on the ticket.... ???
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"Estimate rate of oil spill no longer holds up" Washington Post

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Chernobyl.
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Bring soap to the beach this summer.





Oh my GOD....how many living things is this going to kill off before it is all said and done. We're talking whole ecosystems destroyed.


And they're gonna leave most of it right where it settles in the wetlands & marshes.
 Quoting: ScrumpTheTexan


They'll burn it off...again, and again, and again.
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Oh my GOD....how many living things is this going to kill off before it is all said and done. We're talking whole ecosystems destroyed.


And they're gonna leave most of it right where it settles in the wetlands & marshes.

That's the whole problem...once it's in the marshes, there is "no" cleaning it up. Just too difficult.
It's nothing like the beach/sand. That's why our local officials have been screaming for them to try and stop the oil "before" it reached the marshlands.

They have GOT to stop this leak.
 Quoting: Beingsouthern

It's a Crime.. it's hundreds of Crimes.. the way that this has been 'handled'.

They (as we all know now) didn't even boom the areas that they DID boom properly.... Willfully.
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I've pulled this story over from this thread, which I posted on the 19th: (I won't "quote" it inasmuch as it was my own post.)

Thread: *** La's State Bird, Brown Pelican, IMPERILED BY OIL. ***


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La.'s state bird, brown pelican, imperiled by oil

By JOHN FLESHER, AP Environmental Writer John Flesher, Ap Environmental Writer – Wed May 19, 6:13 am ET

CALIFORNIA BAY, La. – Hounded by hunters and fishermen, driven to near-extinction by chemical pollution, the brown pelican has survived a century of human abuse — only to face another challenge from the giant oil spill threatening to devastate the Gulf of Mexico marine environment.
The odd-looking seabird with a distinctive pouch beneath its foot-long bill was removed from the federal endangered species list only last November. Now its recovery could be undermined by millions of gallons of oil polluting the Gulf since an April 20 rig explosion.

So far, no brown pelicans are known to have died from causes related to the spill. That's likely to change if the oil fouls their nesting and feeding grounds along coastal and barrier islands, officials with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service say.

The plight of Louisiana's state bird is emblematic of dangers the disaster poses for the region's wildlife.
"I would not say there's going to be any species wiped out because of it, but it's a very serious situation," said Bob Love, coastal resources administrator for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.

The brown pelican is particularly at risk because it dives beneath the water's surface to forage. Not only could pelicans eat tainted fish and feed it to their young, but their feathers could become oil-soaked, causing hypothermia or drowning.

Also in harm's way are at least 12 Gulf species listed by the federal government as endangered or threatened, including birds, sea turtles and the sperm whale.
Officials say they don't know the death toll from the spill, although state wildlife veterinarian James LaCour said 10 oil-soaked bird carcasses have been found in Louisiana. A total of 154 sea turtles, most identified as the endangered Kemp's ridley variety, and 12 dolphins have washed ashore in recent weeks, but it's unknown whether oil killed them.

Three oily brown pelicans have been found alive. Two other pelicans have turned up dead, but the cause is uncertain.
Another danger: The oil could kill vegetation that anchors the marshy islands where many pelicans nest, hastening erosion that has already rendered some of their former habitat unsuitable.

Biologists say it will take months or years to assess the damage to wildlife, and caution against underestimating it because no massive die-offs have taken place. Many fish and birds may be avoiding the oil slick, but that will become harder if it reaches coastal marshlands where a multitude of creatures spawn, nest and feed.

Federal scientists are watching vulnerable species for signs of distress. Of particular interest is the brown pelican, thousands of which were slaughtered a century ago by hunters who coveted its plumage and commercial fishermen who believed pelicans were gobbling too many fish.

They nearly went extinct in the 1960s. Eating fish contaminated with the pesticide DDT caused them to lay eggs with thin shells that broke under mother birds' weight during incubation. After the chemical was banned in 1972, they bounced back and now total about 650,000 worldwide, including 400,000 in Peru.

The estimated population in the northern Gulf region is about 40,000.

"They're still just clinging to existence," said David Ringer, a National Audubon Society spokesman as he watched crews lay protective boom around small islands in the path of the oil slick.
Pelican Island, so named because so many of them once nested there, was awash in birds — royal terns, black skimmers, laughing gulls and many more. But only a couple of brown pelicans could be seen, gliding just above the water's surface in their constant hunt for fish.
The roughly 10-acre islet has shrunk by about 50 percent over the past decade. Like other coastal wetlands, it is eroding from storms and rising sea levels, while levees prevent the Mississippi River from depositing fresh sediment.

Brown pelicans seek elevated spots with short grasses for nesting. When they washed away, the birds abandoned Pelican Island for other places — some of which are eroding as well, and the pace may quicken if oil kills vegetation holding sediment in place.

"It could be the strikeout punch," said Gregory Butcher, bird conservation director for the Audubon Society.
Despite their gangly appearance — their long necks, stubby legs and wingspans that often exceed 7 feet prompted Butcher to jokingly liken them to to B-52s — they are nature's perfect anglers, winging above the sea with keen eyes seeking schools of menhaden or minnows. They suddenly plunge and emerge with huge mouthfuls, straining out water through the pouches beneath their bills.

The pelicans might ingest enough oil to sicken or kill them, depending on the amount, said Wes Tunnell, coastal ecology and oil spill expert at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Oil also causes matted plumage, making it harder to stay afloat when they rest on the water's surface and boosting the risk of hypothermia.

If oil coats the waters around islands and marshes, it could cause prey fish numbers to plummet, said Aaron Pierce, a shore bird specialist at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La.

"Even if the pelicans can avoid the sheen, they must be able to forage within a reasonable distance to keep their chicks alive," said biologist Paul Leberg of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. "We've been very lucky the oil has stayed so far offshore."

Some advocates want the government to return the pelicans to the endangered species list. But scientists generally say it's too early to decide, and Philip Kloer, a spokesman for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, said re-listing is not being considered for now.

Scott Walter, a Louisiana-Lafayette wildlife biologist studying brown pelicans on Gulf barrier islands, said he will try to determine how the oil spill affects their reproduction.

Restoring their endangered status, Walter said, might become necessary if food contamination and habitat loss cause a population crash.

"They're in a very precarious position," he said.
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Oh my GOD....how many living things is this going to kill off before it is all said and done. We're talking whole ecosystems destroyed.


And they're gonna leave most of it right where it settles in the wetlands & marshes.


They'll burn it off...again, and again, and again.
 Quoting: DaJavoo


There's gonna be no way that people can remain in at least SOME of the areas that are being & are gonna be hit... who knows how long?

Like you said dude... Chernobyl.
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For those of you who wish to boycott BP. Link [link to en.wikipedia.org] if you page down to the bottom there is a list of their retail brands.
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And Alaska did not have a nonstop supply pouring in with a bunch of Hurricanes waiting in the wings to suck it all up and deposit on land and crops either...
 Quoting: UNThredded


The thread that got unpinned yesterday about the oil-rain... coming soon.

We don't have any idea what's gonna happen when a Hurricane sweeps across the miles & miles of this.. even a decent storm.

We're gonna find out, though.
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This is something that puzzles me. If the oil is that bad, then why have we seen so few videos on you tube from private people? Could it be that the opposite is true..instead of hiding the severity... that they are making more of this for some reason?



BP is threating people with arrest for filming.


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Can someone tell me with what authority can British Petroleum threaten US Citizens with arrest for documenting their eco-terrorism against our country?
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BP will get sued like there's no tomorrow. I sincerely hope that.
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This is something that puzzles me. If the oil is that bad, then why have we seen so few videos on you tube from private people? Could it be that the opposite is true..instead of hiding the severity... that they are making more of this for some reason?



BP is threating people with arrest for filming.





Can someone tell me with what authority can British Petroleum threaten US Citizens with arrest for documenting their eco-terrorism against our country?
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Did you hear the guy on the vid say, "this is BP rules not ours."

I guess BP rules=win
At least in his mind.
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And Alaska did not have a nonstop supply pouring in with a bunch of Hurricanes waiting in the wings to suck it all up and deposit on land and crops either...


The thread that got unpinned yesterday about the oil-rain... coming soon.

We don't have any idea what's gonna happen when a Hurricane sweeps across the miles & miles of this.. even a decent storm.

We're gonna find out, though.
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Holy Mother of Milkduds...... That's some sad shit right there...
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This is something that puzzles me. If the oil is that bad, then why have we seen so few videos on you tube from private people? Could it be that the opposite is true..instead of hiding the severity... that they are making more of this for some reason?
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susano

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05/21/2010 12:25 AM
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Re: The GLP Gulf Disaster Eyewitness Documentation Thread / Image & Video Archive: Coastal GPL'rs Wanted. PG 1 Update 7/09/2010
Good for you for posting this, Scrump. This important for now and for documenting it in history.

I was thinking that an army and a navy of We the People needs be raised, NOW. Everyone with feet or a boat, who can get there, needs to get OUT THERE.

The sickening thing is that the guy with the sugar cane fiber has a REAL and VIABLE and NON TOXIC way to absorb this oil. If there were a way to get the money to purchase it, everyone and their brother could get out in the marshes and start spreading it ASAP.

Last Edited by susano on 05/21/2010 12:26 AM
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05/21/2010 12:28 AM
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The oceans of our little planet are being systematically destroyed before our eyes and nothing is seriously being done to prevent it.

I fear that there is activity going on behind closed doors that is beyond our ability to comprehend - things not of this world.
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05/21/2010 12:29 AM
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Re: The GLP Gulf Disaster Eyewitness Documentation Thread / Image & Video Archive: Coastal GPL'rs Wanted. PG 1 Update 7/09/2010
this is truly TEOTWAWKI

my bad vibe meter is buried

my God please save our Gulf from this evil



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