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Posted on July 04, 2010 by bp complaints

Bil Ryan , of Project Camelot/Avalon discusses the latest on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill with Dr Bill Deagle. Dr Deagle says there is a real danger we could see a tsunamia triggered by an underwater volcana that BP drilled into. He also talks about how this event could result in a mini ice age in europe due to disruption to the flow from the gulf stream. Also, Dr Deagle goes into the dangers of the gases being emitted from the sea floor. This catastrophe is only just starting to unfold. The worst is still to come. projectavalon.net

The Obama administration and BP kept the public in the dark about just how bad things were beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico. The US Coast Guard and the Obama administration had video tapes released to them by BP that show 2 enormous leaks not displayed to the public until now. BP ordered the obama administration not to release the tapes to the public, On May 1, 11 days after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, and nine days after oil began spilling into the Gulf, the Coast Guard had still only released a single image of oil leaking a mile beneath the surface — a fuzzy photograph of a broken pipe spewing oil even though the obama administration had videos of the major leaks not shown to the media until now! abcnews.go.com www.infowars.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Dispersants: lesser evil against oil spill or Gulf poison? 0

Posted on June 07, 2010 by bp complaints

Dispersants: lesser evil against oil spill or Gulf poison?
Nearly a million gallons of dispersant have been poured into the Gulf of Mexico to fight the largest oil spill in US history, even though little is known about their effects fishermen claim makes them sick and kills sea life.
Read more on Brisbane Times


Gulf Coast Poison Centers Respond to Oil Spill 0

Posted on June 05, 2010 by bp complaints

Gulf Coast Poison Centers Respond to Oil Spill
ALEXANDRIA, Va., June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — More than 100 people have called Gulf region poison centers since the Deepwater Horizon oil platform caught fire in the Gulf of Mexico April 20, either to receive information or to report side effects from the resulting oil spill.
Read more on PR Newswire via Yahoo! News


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