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People of Gulf Coast Save your ocean. Here is how.

 
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People of Gulf Coast Save your ocean. Here is how.
There is a company that right now has a powdered form of microbe that thrives off off oil until there is no more oil to eat. The by product is fish food. The water is left clean. To hell with the government and BP. Let us the citizens solve the problem. If every able person on the Gulf of Mexico would order one package of this powder and go dump it along the shoreline the microbes would grow at an exponential rate eating the continuous supply of oil coming ashore. I imagine colonies would expand exponentially as the oil kept coming ashore. How about it. Here is information about the company, including videos, and a phone number to call.

Come on America, let's save ourselves. The fucking government isn't going to do a damn thing for us,neither is BP.

Information about the product.

A group of Business, Political and Media Experts have teamed up with an international network of Bio-Labs and Scientists. The network of Bio-Labs have been producing a microbial organism that eats oil. This microbial solution has been used by the oil industry for almost two decades. This is not a new microbe or unknown substance.
The team of Business, Political and Media Experts is represented by a Florida Corp who has the distribution agreement with the International Labs.
In essence this product is a non-toxic, non-pathogenic, CLEAN UP solution for the current oil spill. The process involves non-toxic oil eating microbe and/or microbes, as required. It has an end product of fresh water, citric acid, carbon dioxide and biomass, a percentage of which is consumable as fish food. Additionally this biomass, if not consumed as fish food, will drop harmlessly to the sea floor.
We are currently pursuing high level contacts at BP, Federal and State Governors offices. Due to the urgency and the devastating havoc that the oil is now creating as it reaches the Gulf Coast Beaches and environmentally sensitive habitat we are now contacting all County and Parish officials who will be charged with their own clean up efforts.
If you are that person or if you are able to open the door to that person, then we need to talk now.
For a copy of the Material Safety Data Sheet

Please contact:
Douglas Walz
863-381-1198 -cell
walzco -SKYPE
walzco@mac.com Subject line “Microbial MSDS”
Thank you for your time and effort in being part of the solution.

Watch Our Video here: [link to www.youtube.com]

Gulf Oil Spill Solution: [link to www.youtube.com]
Anonymous Coward (OP)
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06/03/2010 02:25 PM
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I just left a message with Douglas to suggest setting up a web page where private people can buy the product and go distribute it themselves. I do not live in the Gulf Coast but am willing to buy some of the product if someone living there will go dump it in the ocean for me. We can be a mighty army if we work together.
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06/03/2010 11:11 PM
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06/03/2010 11:16 PM
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this is true! put those microbes to work...call Gov Crist ASAP or email him, he does read his email.
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Re: People of Gulf Coast Save your ocean. Here is how.
I just left a message with Douglas to suggest setting up a web page where private people can buy the product and go distribute it themselves. I do not live in the Gulf Coast but am willing to buy some of the product if someone living there will go dump it in the ocean for me. We can be a mighty army if we work together.
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How kind of you! :)
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06/03/2010 11:18 PM
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Re: People of Gulf Coast Save your ocean. Here is how.
I like the idea of local populace adding this to the Gulf -- taking an active role instead of waiting for BP or the gov't for anybody else to do it. Let's keep this bumped.





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06/03/2010 11:19 PM
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+100000

I don't live on the coast, either, but if there were a page like this, with volunteers ready to go dump the microbes in the ocean, I would donate, and I would spread the word far and wide and get everyone I knew to donate, too.

Keep us updated.
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06/03/2010 11:19 PM
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This should be PINNED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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06/03/2010 11:20 PM
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I will keep calling Douglas until I get a response.
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06/03/2010 11:22 PM
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I will email Gov Crist's office.
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06/03/2010 11:24 PM
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Everybody email Douglas with this idea to allow private individuals so buy the product and have it spread.

The email is here.
walzco@mac.com
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06/03/2010 11:33 PM
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No one is going to listen just give up and accept DOOM.
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Jos
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06/03/2010 11:42 PM
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It's hard to imagine that if such a microbe existed it wouldn't already be in widespread use throughout the Gulf.
Another concern, if it does exist, would be the hundreds of
thousands of gallons of dispersants which are, themselves,
toxic, and might be toxic to the microbe, in effect
destroying the very thing that might have solved the
problem.
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06/03/2010 11:52 PM

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What effect does the dispersant have on the microbes?

Contacting the governors might be more effective than small amounts. Dump them in by the thousands of pounds as this is very massive.
One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

Where are we going and why am I in this handbasket?. . .J. Handy
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Do these bugs eat fish oil too?
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Okay, I just sent this email to Douglas. Please send him an email as well. Thanks. My heart breaks for all those beautiful, innocent animals and all the people who will/have lost their means of living.

Douglas,

I have an idea for your oil eating microbe. I started a thread on a chat board explaining my idea and how I think it can work. Here is a link to my thread.

Thread: People of Gulf Coast Save your ocean. Here is how.

Please start communicating with the rest of the world on this thread or this web page. My idea is to allow private individuals buy your product and have local fisherman or whoever go and dump the product into the ocean where they live. Hundreds of thousands of people could be dumping this product. Set up a web site where private people can buy the product and have locals dump it into the ocean. Our government nor BP is interested in stopping the oil leak. They are deliberately trying to kill the oceans of the world.

Please respond.

Thank you.
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06/04/2010 09:53 AM
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Re: People of Gulf Coast Save your ocean. Here is how.
I received this email from Gov Jindal's office. Everybody call this number, (281) 366-5511, and urge the governor's office in Louisiana to start using this technology.

June 3, 2010



Dear Mr. Brown,



Thank you for contacting the Governor's office regarding the recent oil spill.



British Petroleum (BP) has established hotlines for members of the public:



· To report oiled wildlife: Call 1-866-557-1401 and leave a message.

Messages will be checked hourly.



· To discuss spill related damage: Call 1-800-440-0858.



· To request volunteer information: Call 1-866-448-5816.



· To submit alternative response technology, services or products please call (281) 366-5511.



The Federal Government has launched an informational website about the response to the oil leak. It is online at www.deepwaterhorizonresponse.com. The state's emergency web site - www.Emergency.Louisiana.gov - has been activated and will serve as a central point of information for residents affected by the potential oil effects on Louisiana's coast. Information such as beach and fishing area closures will be included on this web site.



Please continue to keep our office informed of your views on matters of importance, and do not hesitate to contact our office in the future on matters of concern

to you.



Sincerely,



/s/ Ragan Dickens



Ragan Dickens

Director of Constituent Services

Governor Bobby Jindal



RD/cg
v0rtex666

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06/04/2010 09:56 AM
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Its BPs oils and BPs rules! They will collect every last drop of their product, and you will not touch it!

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Let's hope the microbes can live through the crap BP is spreading to disperse the oil.
In any event,could it be any worse?


I'd donate to buy some 'crobes if it would help.
HELL YES!
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06/04/2010 09:58 AM
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Its BPs oils and BPs rules! They will collect every last drop of their product, and you will not touch it!

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Lighten up Francis.
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Me and my son will do the dumping for non gulf coast residents !!
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I called (281) 366-5511 and reported this information. If they start getting thousands of calls about this product it will help motivate them to look into it.
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06/04/2010 10:04 AM
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Thank you Rastifar.
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06/04/2010 10:06 AM
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+439,902,213

KEEP THIS THREAD AT THE TOP
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06/04/2010 10:10 AM
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I read a SF book about this....

The microbes mutate and go on to eat every oil based product on the planet.

Now that's doom
All events are empty by virtue of their empty essence;
All events are immaculately pure in their origin;
All events are all-embracing clear light;
All events transcend suffering spontaneously;
All events are manifestly perfect Buddhahood.
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Every time you call or email someone make note of it on this thread to keep it bumped up. Ignore the bashers. They probably work for BP or the New World Odor.
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OK!! I just posted this in the Craigs List section : new orleans craigslist > volunteers

Who's going to do the next city?

Last Edited by MotherGoose on 06/04/2010 10:18 AM
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Thank you mother goose.

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