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

 
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Just received this email from spillfighters.com. Bombard Gov. Crist with encouragement to use this technology to clean up the oceans. Go spillfighters.com !

Our News Junkie Peter sent a tip in this morning that Gov. Crist would be visiting the Osbrey Biotechnics Facility tomorrow. We confirmed this with the company and Sarasota Herald Tribune confirmed it again tonight. Osprey has been making waves all week and it looks like Florida is paying attention. Spillfighters will be watching to see what results this brings.

Tuesday, CNN's Ali Velshi interviewed an Osprey Exec - See Video Here

Oil-Eating Microbes "In the Evaluation Stage" for Florida Clean Up of Deep Horizon Spill -spillfighters-

Osprey Biotechnics, a Sarasota, Florida company, produces oil-eating bacteria under the brand name "Munox." According to a story, Mike Proegler, a spokesman for Unified Command (Florida's Deep Horizon spill response team) said, "' The product is still in the evaluation stage. It hasn't been reviewed yet to go onto stage two.'"
We at Spillfighters, and those of us in Florida, urge a speedy review to determine the safety and performance of this product. Munox looks especially promising since it displays the EPA's Design for the Environment logo, indicating effectiveness and minimal danger to humCNN Interview OSPREYan health and the environment.
Osprey executive Victoria Finley has been interviewed by Ali Velshi on CNN regarding Munox. Click the picture above, to see video of Velshi's startled look when Finley explains that BP has not yet responded to Osprey's offer of assistance. Read the Full Story HERE






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The super sucker solution.

[link to fourwinds10.com]

There's a potential solution to the Gulf oil spill that neither BP, nor the federal government, nor anyone — save a couple intuitive engineers — seems willing to try. As The Politics Blog reported on Tuesday in an interview with former Shell Oil president John Hofmeister, the untapped solution involves using empty supertankers to suck the spill off the surface, treat and discharge the contaminated water, and either salvage or destroy the slick.

t's infuriating that a viable solution was offered to BP in the beginning of this crisis and rejected in favor of pouring thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals into our oceans. We not only could have saved the Gulf, we could have saved the oil!

This is insanity!
Watch the video

[link to www.no] link.com/forum/thread581974/pg1
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Received this response from Billy Nungesser, Plaquemines Parish President.


In response to the overwhelming call for support to Plaquemines Parish Government for the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill disaster, we have enlisted the services of DRC Emergency Services, LLC as the emergency contractor for Plaquemines Parish Government. DRC has been tasked with the responsibility of reviewing, researching, sampling, testing and scheduling of product, service and equipment information provided. I would like to thank you for the information you have submitted. Please know that it will be kept on file in the Parish Government office as well as submitted to the appropriate individuals for their review and consideration. If a need has been determined for the use of the information you have submitted, you will be contacted by DRC Emergency Services, LLC for follow-up information and/or scheduling of an appointment or demonstration.

Additionally, you may also want to forward your information to BP representatives at (281) 366-5511 or via email at horizonsupport@oegllc.com.

Please note that ALL suggestions of how to cap the oil well, repair the riser, control the flow of oil and any other methods of repair or containment MUST be submitted directly to the BP hotline number highlighted above. Your phone call to the hotline will establish your place in line for their review and consideration.

Thank you for your concern and willingness to help Plaquemines Parish during this time of emergency.

Sincerely,

Billy Nungesser
Plaquemines Parish President
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Watch this video about a company called Osprey Biotechnics that uses oil eating microbes to clean up oil spills. Send this information to your local, city, state and federal leaders.

[link to www.ospreybiotechnics.com]
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Sent the following email to BP at horizonsupport@oegllc.com. Please bombard BP with this information.

To whom it concerns,

There are several non destructive ways to clean up the oil spill in the gulf. I implore you to investigate these possibilities.

The super sucker solution.

[link to fourwinds10.com]

There's a potential solution to the Gulf oil spill that neither BP, nor the federal government, nor anyone — save a couple intuitive engineers — seems willing to try. As The Politics Blog reported on Tuesday in an interview with former Shell Oil president John Hofmeister, the untapped solution involves using empty supertankers to suck the spill off the surface, treat and discharge the contaminated water, and either salvage or destroy the slick.

t's infuriating that a viable solution was offered to BP in the beginning of this crisis and rejected in favor of pouring thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals into our oceans. We not only could have saved the Gulf, we could have saved the oil!

This is insanity!
Watch the video

[link to www.no] link.com/forum/thread581974/pg1

The oil eating microbe solution.

I want to make you aware of a company called Microbial Remediation. This company currently has an oil eating microbe in powder form that can be mixed with water and then sprayed into oil fouled waters. This technology has the ability to restore oil infested swampland within 6 weeks. We need to tell the government that we are not subject to their red tape.
Here is the link to the company's website.

[link to naturalsolutionofna.wordpress.com]

Info from website.

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. (See video below from the Texas General Land Office)

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

Another link to a video about the oil eating microbe.

[link to www.ospreybiotechnics.com]


Thank you for your consideration.
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Let's solve the problem instead of wallowing in doom and gloom.
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Won't this starve the gulf of oxygen?
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Only in the areas where the microbes eat the oil. I am not even sure if the microbes use oxygen from the air or the water. At any rate the oil is going to kill everything. May as well have clean water to start over with.
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This should be perma pinned
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Sent the following email to Mike Wiggins, mayor of Pensacola Florida at mwiggins@ci.pensacola.fl.us. Please do the same.

Mayor Wiggins,

There are several non destructive ways to clean up the oil spill in the gulf. I implore you to investigate these possibilities.

The super sucker solution.

[link to fourwinds10.com]

There's a potential solution to the Gulf oil spill that neither BP, nor the federal government, nor anyone — save a couple intuitive engineers — seems willing to try. As The Politics Blog reported on Tuesday in an interview with former Shell Oil president John Hofmeister, the untapped solution involves using empty supertankers to suck the spill off the surface, treat and discharge the contaminated water, and either salvage or destroy the slick.

t's infuriating that a viable solution was offered to BP in the beginning of this crisis and rejected in favor of pouring thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals into our oceans. We not only could have saved the Gulf, we could have saved the oil!

This is insanity!
Watch the video

[link to www.no] link.com/forum/thread581974/pg1

The oil eating microbe solution.

I want to make you aware of a company called Microbial Remediation. This company currently has an oil eating microbe in powder form that can be mixed with water and then sprayed into oil fouled waters. This technology has the ability to restore oil infested swampland within 6 weeks. We need to tell the government that we are not subject to their red tape.
Here is the link to the company's website.

[link to naturalsolutionofna.wordpress.com]

Info from website.

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. (See video below from the Texas General Land Office)

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

Another link to a video about the oil eating microbe.

[link to www.ospreybiotechnics.com]

Sincerely
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Sent this email to Mayor Jones of mobile Alabama at mayor@cityofmobile.org.

Please do the same.

Mayor Jones,

There are several non destructive ways to clean up the oil spill in the gulf. I implore you to investigate these possibilities.

The super sucker solution.

[link to fourwinds10.com]

There's a potential solution to the Gulf oil spill that neither BP, nor the federal government, nor anyone — save a couple intuitive engineers — seems willing to try. As The Politics Blog reported on Tuesday in an interview with former Shell Oil president John Hofmeister, the untapped solution involves using empty supertankers to suck the spill off the surface, treat and discharge the contaminated water, and either salvage or destroy the slick.

It's infuriating that a viable solution was offered to BP in the beginning of this crisis and rejected in favor of pouring thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals into our oceans. We not only could have saved the Gulf, we could have saved the oil!

This is insanity!
Watch the video

[link to www.fourwinds10.com]

The oil eating microbe solution.

I want to make you aware of a company called Microbial Remediation. This company currently has an oil eating microbe in powder form that can be mixed with water and then sprayed into oil fouled waters. This technology has the ability to restore oil infested swampland within 6 weeks. We need to tell the government that we are not subject to their red tape.
Here is the link to the company's website.

[link to www.no] link.com/forum/thread581974/pg1

Info from website.

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. (See video below from the Texas General Land Office)

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

Another link to a video about the oil eating microbe.

[link to naturalsolutionsna.com]
[link to www.ospreybiotechnics.com]

Sincerely,
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Governor Charlie Crist visited Osprey Biotechnics.

[link to www.ospreybiotechnics.com]

I will call the company and see if they will elaborate on how it went.
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Sent an email to gulf emergency summit at gulfemergencysummit@gmail.com

Please do the same.

Gulf Emergency Summit,

There are several non destructive ways to clean up the oil spill in the gulf. I implore you to investigate these possibilities.

The super sucker solution.

[link to fourwinds10.com]

There's a potential solution to the Gulf oil spill that neither BP, nor the federal government, nor anyone — save a couple intuitive engineers — seems willing to try. As The Politics Blog reported on Tuesday in an interview with former Shell Oil president John Hofmeister, the untapped solution involves using empty supertankers to suck the spill off the surface, treat and discharge the contaminated water, and either salvage or destroy the slick.

It's infuriating that a viable solution was offered to BP in the beginning of this crisis and rejected in favor of pouring thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals into our oceans. We not only could have saved the Gulf, we could have saved the oil!

This is insanity!
Watch the video

[link to www.fourwinds10.com]

The oil eating microbe solution.

I want to make you aware of a company called Microbial Remediation. This company currently has an oil eating microbe in powder form that can be mixed with water and then sprayed into oil fouled waters. This technology has the ability to restore oil infested swampland within 6 weeks. We need to tell the government that we are not subject to their red tape.
Here is the link to the company's website.

[link to www.no] link.com/forum/thread581974/pg1

Info from website.

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. (See video below from the Texas General Land Office)

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

Another link to a video about the oil eating microbe.
[link to naturalsolutionsna.com]
[link to www.ospreybiotechnics.com]

Sincerely,
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Sent an email to the Mayor of New Orleans to make him aware of the Super Sucker solution and of the oil eating microbes.

Please go to this web address to send Mayor Landrieu an email making him aware of these alternative clean up methods.

[link to www.cityofno.com]
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Received a response back from Gulf Emergency Summit at gulfemergencysummit@gmail.com. Please forward them any safe clean methods you find.
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Another response from Gulf Emergency Summit - not sure that I agree with the demand to stop all drilling.

The Emergency Committee to Stop the Oil Disaster
NEXT MEETING: TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 7:00 PM
UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
5212 S. CLAIBORNE AVE. @ JEFFERSON
Endorse the Mission Statement
We have attached our Mission Statement again. Many of you received it in yesterday’s email. We are asking everyone to help build this movement- to read it, forward it widely, and endorse it. We are trying to set up a way to endorse it on our website. If it is not available yet, please email us back with your name, the way you would like to be identified ie: your organization or you can specify an organization and request it is just used for identification purposes only, by profession, student, artist, concerned citizen (you get the point) and your location in the world ie: New Orleans, LA, etc.
Make a Donation
Available online including a tax deductible donation, www.gulfemergencysummit.org
Watch the Emergency Summit
If you weren’t able to attend the emergency summit last Saturday you can watch it online
www.gulfemergencysummit.org
Report on our Action at last night’s City Park Open House
(Please send us any links of media coverage you find)
June 23 -- Emergency Committee Disrupts BP-Government Disinformation Meeting
By Larry Everest

Tonight, in New Orleans, the BP-government informational meeting didn't go as planned, thanks to the actions of members of the newly formed Emergency Committee to Stop the Gulf Oil Disaster and others in attendance who have been speaking out about the oil catastrophe.

Since the beginning of this nightmare, BP, and various government agencies -- including the Coast Guard, the EPA, NOAA, and the Dept. of Energy -- have been holding "open houses," or "informational meetings" across the state of Louisiana and beyond, to try and reassure people that they're doing all they can to stop this catastrophe, that they're on top of the situation, that they really want to hear peoples' concerns and give them all the information and help they need. In reality, those attending hear a stream of double-talk, obfuscation, vague promises, and outright lies. These are very deliberate exercises in disinformation and pacification, with BP and the government working together in an attempt to paralyze people, keep the lid on the situation, and maintain their legitimacy. Initially, people in the audience were able to come up to a mike and make statement or ask questions of the assembled officials.

But after scorching condemnations and persistent and revealing grillings at these meetings (like one I attended in Venice, Louisiana several weeks ago), BP and the government have abandoned this format. Now after a few hollow preliminary statements, people are shuffled off individually to various informational tables -- with no time to interrogate these officials in front of everyone and the media.

So tonight, a group of us from the Emergency Committee challenged this whole setup -- some outside handing out our Mission Statement and Demands (and a few of us selling Revolution as well), and some inside. When New Orleans' Mayor Mitch Landrieu introduced the meeting, Elizabeth Cook shouted out "what about fish kills?!" Landrieu claimed we'd get to that. A few moments later I asked/demanded that these officials answer questions in front of everyone not send everyone -- 150 or so people in the room and the assembled dozen or so TV cameras. Landrieu was forced to say OK to this -- how would it have looked to prevent people from questioning BP and government officials, after promising to be completely open and tell people anything they wanted to know?

And we persisted and made sure it happened. So when the Coast Guard and BP officials were done with their spiels, Landrieu said he'd briefly open it up, then called on me and I jumped in, saying we'd formed an Emergency Committee to Stop the Gulf Oil Disaster because BP and the government had proven unwilling and unable to deal with this disaster and that we had demands. I quickly read through the demands (see below), gave copies to all the officials, and demanded they speak to them. It was then quite a scene to see the Coast Guard officials begin reading the demands in front of TV camera -- Stop Oil Drilling -- "I can't comment on that," then responding at length to the demand calling for the immediate end to the use of dispersants.

This kicked off a flurry of questions and challenges -- all in front of TV cameras -- on the use of dispersants and other issues which went far beyond the 10 minutes. Later, other Committee members directly challenged and took on various officials in front of others in the audience, including the government's lie that no large fish have been killed by the oil gusher. After first denying any fish had been killed, the Coast Guard backed up and said it was only some smaller fish.

The whole course of the meeting was changed, and a much more palpable spirit of resistance unleashed. By the time the meeting was through, over 40 people had signed up with the Committee.

This is just a beginning glimpse of the kind of mass action, protest, and demand for the truth so urgently needed. This is the Emergency Committee's mission -- and tonight wouldn't have been the same without it.

DEMANDS

1) Stop oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico . Full compensation, retraining, and new employment for all affected.

2) Immediately end use of dispersants. Fund all necessary scientific and medical research on human and environmental impact of dispersants and make public all findings. Immediately begin remediation of damage caused by dispersants.

3) The government and entire oil industry must allocate all necessary resources to stop and clean up the blowout gusher, prevent oil from hitting shore, protect wildlife, treat injured wildlife, and repair all devastation. Full support, including by compensation and a major public works program, must be given to peoples’ efforts on all these fronts and to save the Gulf.

4) No punishment to those taking initiative independent of BP and the government to protect the environment and public health; no gag orders on people hired, contracted, or who volunteer. Those responsible for this crime against the environment and the people should be prosecuted.

5) Full mobilization of scientists and engineers. Complete transparency and disclosure of all information and documentation, including scientific and technical data, concerning every aspect of this disaster.

6) Full compensation for all losing livelihood and income from the disaster.

7) Immediately provide all necessary medical services to those suffering direct and indirect health effects from the oil disaster. Immediately protect the health of and provide all necessary equipment for everyone involved in clean up operations. Full disclosure of medical and scientific studies concerning the impacts of the oil disaster.

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