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WebSlave
02-16-2011, 01:03 PM
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/top-13-animal-mysteries-last-7-days-around-gulf


World’s deadliest shark found 140 miles inland from Gulf — “I didn’t know what the heck was going on any more” says official (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/shock-worlds-deadliest-shark-found-140-miles-inland-gulf-didnt-heck-going-official)

Dauphin Island, Alabama: Tiger sharks have “increased dramatically” — Yet “there are so few shrimp” (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/dauphin-island-alabama-tiger-sharks-increased-dramatically-shrimp)

No one is catching ‘sea bob’ shrimp says employee at Lousiana’s largest shrimp buyer — “No one knows why” (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/one-catching-sea-bob-shrimp-employee-lousianas-largest-shrimp-buyer-one)

“Chemicals”? 1000s of dead fish clog Florida shore — “Never saw this before in my life” (VIDEO) (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/chemicals-1000s-dead-fish-clog-florida-shore-never-before-life-video)

Dead pelican found floating in foam that had tested positive for Corexit and oil (PHOTOS) (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/dead-pelican-found-floating-foam-tested-positive-corexit-oil-photos)

“Wall to wall man-of-war” in Florida: “I’ve never seen this many ever — I’ve been out here for 24 years” says lifeguard (VIDEOS) (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/wall-wall-man-war-florida-ive-never-many-ive-24-years-lifeguard-videos)

100,000 sharks filmed just 100 yards from Florida beach — “I kept on flying for about 20 miles and they just kept on coming” (VIDEO) (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/100000-sharks-filmed-100-yards-florida-beach-kept-flying-about-20-miles-kept-coming-video)

Beached sperm whale dies in Destin, FL — “Bleeding profusely” reported witnesses (PHOTO) (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/beached-sperm-whale-destin-fl-bleeding-profusely-reported-witnesses-photo)

Large Right Whale found dead near St. Augustine, FL after travelling to Miami — Scientists trying to determine cause (VIDEO) (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/large-whale-found-dead-st-augustine-fl-after-travelling-miami-scientists-trying-determine)

South Florida beach “thickly populated with dead critters” — Seaweed piled 3 feet high (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/south-florida-beach-thickly-populated-dead-critters-seaweed-piled-3-feet-high)

Dozens of dead starfish wash up in Panama City, FL — Dept. of Environmental Protection retracts statement (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/dozens-of-dead-starfish-wash-up-in-panama-city-fl-dept-of-environmental-protection-retracts-statement)

Another fish kill in Arkansas River – “Majority” were freshwater drum (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/another-fish-kill-in-arkansas-river-majority-were-freshwater-drum)

3,000+ foot long mysterious black blob of killer “toxic goo” found near Florida coast… Appears to be GROWING — Dead plankton (http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/3000-foot-long-mysterious-black-blob-of-killer-toxic-goo-found-near-florida-coast-appears-to-be-growing)

Dennis Hultman
02-20-2011, 05:06 PM
Blood Tests Show Chemicals In Gulf Citizens Blood

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arbor1
04-05-2011, 09:48 PM
Great posts! I wish the media would give the Gulf more attention. There is no denying that the area has really been devasted by the spill. I would be scared to live there, eat there, swim there...

arbor1
04-05-2011, 10:19 PM
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rocky-kistner/sea-turtle-deaths-mount-i_b_844123.html

WebSlave
04-06-2011, 12:06 AM
Yeah, just wait till the radioactive water from Japan mixes with the oil, methane, and corexit brew from the Gulf of Mexico in the world's oceans.... :ack2: Slippery seafood that glows in the dark....

Damn shame that all of the governments of the Earth gave up on colonizing space and the rest of the solar system. Pretty soon this planet is going to become uninhabitable from our own hands, and we have no where else to go.

Focal
04-06-2011, 09:35 AM
2012 is'a coming!!!!

snowgyre
04-06-2011, 10:18 AM
Yeah, just wait till the radioactive water from Japan mixes with the oil, methane, and corexit brew from the Gulf of Mexico in the world's oceans.... :ack2: Slippery seafood that glows in the dark....

Damn shame that all of the governments of the Earth gave up on colonizing space and the rest of the solar system. Pretty soon this planet is going to become uninhabitable from our own hands, and we have no where else to go.

We can't fix our own problems here on Earth. Moving to another planet wouldn't suddenly solve them, it would just exacerbate them.

Although I do think space exploration is awesome. Some day before I die, I want to see the Earth from space. I feel this would be an intensively emotional experience. I think every world leader should have to do this to put their own "power" into perspective.

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WebSlave
04-06-2011, 01:04 PM
We can't fix our own problems here on Earth. Moving to another planet wouldn't suddenly solve them, it would just exacerbate them.


I do not share that opinion. Look around you. Nearly all of the problems of the earth are caused by the squabbling and hoarding of scare natural resources. Populations are rising and resources are dwindling. That is a recipe for unavoidable disaster right there. Human kind has pretty much run out of new frontiers on this ball of dirt we live on. Unless the rest of the universe can be tapped to be a pressure relief valve, things will only get worse here. Unless we all want to be subjected to forced birth control to put a cap on the total human population of this planet, and have that cap lowered every couple of years as resources continue to dwindle, there really is no choice in the matter.

This isn't even considering the point that all of humanity's eggs are all in this one little basket. The earth has obviously undergone mass extinction events in the past. Anyone who believes that this can't possibly happen again is naive far beyond sanity.