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URGENT Toxic Gases Update RSOE ALERT...Emergency and Disaster Information Service

 
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The surf line at Pensacola Beach in the Florida panhandle is bubbling with toxic acids as if it was boiling. The combination of Methane gasses, oil and large amounts of Corexit are now spoiling the once pristine white beaches in the panhandle. The view is atrocious with a large amount of oil slick and dirt spread all over the beach as far as the eye can see. Now the toxic acids and the chemical reaction between Methane and Corexit9500 reach the shores with the surf.(More at Link...)

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WOW fantastic catch!!!!

All hidden away in the updates. I usually don't read the updates on events listed on that site.

That is so Horrible!! Bubbling ohhh yuck
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bump
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too late now

its too late now baby
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click 'situational update' at link.
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Situation Update No. 22
On 01.07.2010 at 16:54 GMT+2

BP won't be gushing over the new record its massive oil spill will soon set. Having long since become the worst oil disaster in U.S. history, the disaster is on the verge of becoming the worst-ever in the Gulf of Mexico as it nears the 140 million gallon mark. From 1979 to 1980, the Ixtoc I spill off the coast of Mexico poured more than 139 million gallons into the sea. Environmental Studies Prof. Ed Overton states the obvious regarding the BP spill: "It's a mind-boggling number any way you cut it," the Louisiana State University professor said. "It'll be well beyond Ixtoc by the time it's finished." Even if you take the government's low-end estimation of how much oil has leaked, 71 million gallons, the BP spill still ranks among the top 10 worst in history.
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Situation Update No. 23
On 02.07.2010 at 13:05 GMT+2

Some scientists are saying the Gulf oil spill is contaminating the air with releases of Hydrogen Sulfide, Benzene, Methylene Chloride, 2-Butoxyethanol and other toxic gases known as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). At least a hundred oil spill workers along the Gulf Coast have reported sickness related possibly to the oil; a few have been hospitalized. Short-term symptoms are generic, similar to flu-like illness. Long term damage is of more concern. Major reporting of air-born illness from the oil spill has been limited. Because there may be no direct proof connecting oil with an illness, the problem can be under-reported or ignored. While everyone is looking under the sea and on the shore, the air itself might be another, more serious area of concern. The burning of oil at sea results in plumes of smoke that can be blown inland. The raw oil has been appearing on beaches along the coast, leaving behind large swathes that are cleaned by workers in protective suits but not protective face gear.

The public are still allowed to visit most contaminated beaches, and warning reports are being issued similar to swimming safety alerts. There are red, yellow and green flag days, depending on whether more oil has washed ashore. Many local news agencies may tread lightly over the air quality aspect of the spill, because there has been no major declaration concerning the air, and some experts claim it's safe to breath. Local businesses, especially those right on the beach would be more inclined to hope there is nothing to reports of contaminated air, or file it under a similar category as greenhouse gases. Illness from breathing air contaminated by oil or burning oil present symptoms similar to the flu or even food poisoning. Since not everyone presents symptoms, it's easy to file it under S for something else. Meanwhile, there is no denying that more oil is washing up on Gulf beaches. A large underwater sheet of oil was confirmed yesterday on a seabed off Alabama. Dead shrimp and other sea life were lifted up from the mush in large nets.

Faced with non-stop release of millions of gallons of oil from the ruptured well and no possible fix until mid-August, (assuming no more storms enter the Gulf this year and stall efforts) breezes off the Gulf of Mexico can, like waves, blow in trillions of oil-contaminated particles. It is unclear how a major declaration that air is unsafe to breath, would be implemented. Meanwhile tens of thousands of people are expected to party with Jimmy Buffett on the beach at Gulf Shores on July 11, 2010. There is an attitude of saying no to the oil spill, a we're not going to let a little old oil spill ruin our summer. It might be years for results from studies on air quality along the Gulf Coast to be published, along with findings on illness and cancer rates. Short of people dropping like flies on the beach, periodic reports from "rogue, underground scientists" will likely have little effect on a jubilant, beach-loving public.
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Freshwater lakes being contaminated???

Situation Update No. 24
On 02.07.2010 at 16:37 GMT+2

Cleanup crews reported no new oil on Bay County beaches Friday through 11 a.m. There was an unconfirmed report of a 300-by-100-foot oil sheen washing up on the beach behind Fontainebleau Terrace on Friday morning, although the state emergency response team (SERT) had no report of it. SERT also was calling for the cleanup of a dead bird behind the Coral Reef Condos, although the report did not say whether it was oil spill-related. The 75 to 80 dead freshwater fish that washed up on a South Walton beach near Camp Creek Lake were from a breached dam, SERT reported, as the county has been working to relieve coastal dune lakes that have been filled to the brim. Lake outfalls had been closed off to the Gulf in recent weeks to keep oil out, but heavy rainfall Wednesday night caused Eastern Lake’s water level to rise so high it could have threatened nearby homes, Walton County officials reported. The sand berm closing off that lake was removed, and crews also were opening Western, Camp Creek and Morris lakes.
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Situation Update No. 25
On 03.07.2010 at 08:32 GMT+2

Whale sharks, the biggest fish in the sea, may be the latest victims of the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Experts have reported that four of the polka-dotted creatures, stretching about 40 feet (12 metres) long, have been spotted swimming alongside oil in search of food. Whale sharks are filter feeders, scooping up plankton and small fish with their gaping mouths as they swim just beneath the surface. Scientists fear they will swallow large amounts of toxic oil and die. "The problem is that these are surface feeding animals and if they digest the oil they will sink and we will not know how many are dying," said researcher Dr Eric Hoffmayer. "I don't think there is any question we're going to lose whale sharks to this oil spill." Hoffmayer spent three days on the Gulf where he discovered a large gathering of more than 100 feeding whale sharks about 90 miles south of Grand Isle, Louisiana. The site where they were feeding was about 60 miles west of BP's exploded Macondo well off the Louisiana coast. BP has been desperately trying to plug the leak but it is likely to be weeks or months before the problem is fixed.
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RSOE hasn't updated at all since 7/11.

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