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is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?

 
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is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
So a few years back the big spill in the gulf occured. Corexit or whatever it is called was used to take the oil off of the surface. If I understand correctly all it really did was cause the oil to drop to the floor of the Gulf.

So, my question is, with the hurricane bringing so much rain with much of the rain being pulled up from the gulf will the crops and everything inland be covered with oil and the corexit that was used to drop it to the floor of the Gulf ?
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
i am curious, anyone have any thoughts ? anyone live in the area ?
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
So a few years back the big spill in the gulf occured. Corexit or whatever it is called was used to take the oil off of the surface. If I understand correctly all it really did was cause the oil to drop to the floor of the Gulf.

So, my question is, with the hurricane bringing so much rain with much of the rain being pulled up from the gulf will the crops and everything inland be covered with oil and the corexit that was used to drop it to the floor of the Gulf ?
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Probably not. The rain comes from water that evaportes from the Gulf. The oil that may be churned up by the storm is much less likely to be volatile enough to evaporate and subsequently precipitate out with the rain.
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
i am curious, anyone have any thoughts ? anyone live in the area ?
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Lafayette Louisiana here, no oil in the rain man, nothing at all. The only event full thing that has happened is the storm has moved so slow it has dropped a ton of rain and moderate wind. Move along nothing to see here. P.s.- no levees have broken, they have been topped, which means water levels have risen and exceeded the capacity. They are thinking of blowing a levees in plaqamine parish to drain some of the flood waters.
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
The key here is RAIN. Sure its not in the rain but it is in the Storm Surge and the Flooding caused by the storm surge. Corexit and a genetically modified oil eating bacteria that has now made it inland because of storm surge.This alien bacteris has been changeing the DNA of all the sea life in the gulf. There was a Documentary made and scientists did some studies that found the New Artificial bacteria was changing DNA of Zoo Plankton. Photoplankton. which is the beginings of life. Go to YOU TUBE and see the video's of all the mutant animals being pulled out of the gulf. Its horrific. Now its on land.
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
Great responses. Thank you
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
lol and people still eat that no-eyed shrimp from the gulf too.
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Re: is the rain in Louisiana full of oil from the gulf ?
I would worry more about corexit and SYNTHIA getting pulled up into the wind.
Oddly enough, Bp has donated a huge amount of money for Hurricane help.

They probably know now that SYNTHIA and corexit in the wind will be seeping down into people's well water.