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Oil in Gulf "VERY RESISTANT to further biodegradation"

This admission by researchers would suggest
that unlike the claims by the Obama administration
and the British Petroleum spinsters, the oil
disaster may be with us for decades~~

in Gulf "VERY RESISTANT to further biodegradation" -- "Full toxic form for decades"

Gulf Oil Spill and Seafood Safety Government Panel, House Committee Energy & Commerce, Energy and Environment, August 19, 2010:

Lisa Suatoni, Senior Scientist Natural Resources Defense Council, Oceans Program.

Ian McDonald, Professor Florida State University.

in addition~~

Feds provide further evidence that FORMATION COLLAPSED around BP's Macondo well

According to National Incident Commander Thad Allen, the two possible reasons that are being discussed regarding what is blocking the annulus are:

1) During the cementing phase of the static kill, cement went down the length of the 13,000+ foot well, made a u-turn back up into the annulus, hardening in place.

2) There has been "a collapse in the formation" around the Macondo well.

Press Briefing by National Incident Commander Thad Allen, August 19, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. EDT:!

This would suggest that this disaster is still
far from over~~




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