death of the gulf 2.2
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Corexit 9500, four times more toxic than crude oil, is one of the most poisonous dispersants ever developed, and is up to 20 times more toxic than other dispersants, and only half as effective.
When Corexit 9500, with its 2.61 ppm toxicity level, is combined with the warm waters of the Gulf much of it will transition into a gaseous state that will be absorbed into clouds, to be released as toxic rain upon all of the Eastern United States: All without any effective or real objections from the Obama administration.
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Please read the following paragraphs slowly and carefully to completely understand the enormity of these crimes.
British Petroleum (BP), with governmental approval, was quick to dump hundreds of thousand of gallons of their poisonous chemical dispersant, Corexit 9500 (a neurotoxic pesticide), at their undersea wellhead and on surface Gulf waters. Corexit kills all life from algae and micro-organisms to human beings.
So quick to dump their Corexit, BP must have expected a blow out. Within weeks BP dumped over a million gallons of Corexit into our Gulf of Mexico. How did a million gallons of Corexit just happen to be handy right after the Gulf well explosion? A million gallons? Can we even visualize a million gallons of anything? How many months would it take anyone to manufacture that many gallons of dispersants?
Among other extremely poisonous chemicals, Corexit contains cyanide, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, and chromium. The dark Cartel that owns BP -- with their perfidious perversions -- has truly poisoned our punch bowl, while claiming they are making it more nutritious and tasty. And sadly, many Americans will be drinking this deathly brew, because the Cartel's corporate media has not told them not to.
Some studies indicate that oil dispersed with Corexit is 11 times more lethal than oil alone. BP executives and governmental regulators had to have known just how deadly their dispersant Corexit would turn the Gulf waters, by creating monstrously large, oily, rushing, underwater plumes. These Corexit plumes are hundreds of square miles of poisonous oily micro-particles that go unseen by satellites, cameras, and the naked eyes of the world. They kill all life in their path at 3,000 feet below sea level.
This is death to all life -- from top to bottom -- within the fragile Gulf Coast ecosystems that are impacted by these Corexit plumes. Plant, animal, and marine life in salt water marshes will die, as these oily Corexit plumes slip their broken oily gunk well under and over protective booms. This is death that can never be cleaned up from beneath the sea or from shorelines, without creating greater problems.
The toxic rains from the mixture of Corexit and crude oil could destroy every living plant it touches in North America, not to mention the millions of human lives it could take. The probabilistic reduction of the relative toxicity of Corexit -- mixed with crude oil -- will hopefully dissipate as it flows up the Atlantic Coast, before it meets the huge metroplex between Washington, DC-Boston and Montreal.
The federal government has claimed they do have not predictive data, in order to assess the loss of life Corexit will engener, in spite of all the disastrous results caused by the neurotoxin after the Exxon-Valdez spill in 1989. If, however, Corexit gets into the Jet Stream, in the upper reaches of our troposphere, the dire results on the entire United States, East of the Rockies is almost impossible to calculate
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