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Comment by Water on March 13, 2018 at 6:29pm

Comment by Water on March 13, 2018 at 6:22pm

The combination of dispersants,oil, land run off and plastics ,
the wild life will ether move on or die ,I suggest buying seafood from somewhere else ,like Alaska, second thought mercury may be a problem ,oh well Fresh water fish may be a better solution, I know if the gills are real red or the shrimp is pink and smells like the ocean its maybe not contaminated.

Comment by Water on March 13, 2018 at 6:09pm
Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on March 12, 2018 at 11:05pm


DISPERSANTS Chemical dispersants were sprayed in unprecedented quantities in the Gulf as part of the response to the BP oil spill. The toxic effects of these dispersants on marine life and humans provide yet another illustration of the dangerous environmental impacts of offshore oil drilling and why it must be stopped.

What are dispersants and why are they used in oil-spill response? Dispersants are chemicals that are sprayed on a surface oil slick to break down the oil into smaller droplets that more readily mix with the water. Dispersants do not reduce the amount of oil entering the environment, but push the effects of the spill underwater. While dispersants make the oil spill less visible, dispersants and dispersed oil under the ocean surface are hazardous for marine life.

Dispersants were being used in the BP oil spill to reduce the chance that the surface oil slick would reach shoreline habitats like marshes and mangroves or come into contact with animals at the surface. However, by mixing the oil below the water surface, dispersants increase the exposure of a wide array of marine life in the water and on the ocean floor to the spilled oil. Dispersants also decrease the ability to skim or absorb oil from the ocean surface.

How much dispersant was used in the BP spill? More dispersant was used on the BP spill than in any other oil spill in U.S. history. Moreover, for the first time ever, the EPA approved using dispersants not only at the surface but deep underwater at the source of the spill. Approximately 1.84 million gallons of dispersant were applied, with more than 1 million gallons on the surface and 771,000 gallons pumped deep into the water column to dilute the oil.

What are the environmental hazards of dispersants? Dispersants and dispersed oil have been shown to have significant negative impacts on marine life ranging from fish to corals to birds. Dispersants release toxic break-down products from oil that, alone or in combination with oil droplets and dispersant chemicals, can make dispersed oil more harmful to marine life than untreated oil. Both the short-term and long-term impacts of dispersants on marine life have not been adequately tested. As acknowledged by the EPA, the long term effects [of dispersants] on aquatic life are unknown.

Comment by Water on March 9, 2018 at 5:32am

NALCO and ECO-LAB created the illegal dispersants outlawed in many countries,
the dispersants were used in the BP oil disaster, The dispersants are encapsulated in tar balls ,which is a flesh eating chemical and bacteria, Please look it up .
There's a huge dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico and its on the move,
that's why I got a sit in kayak.

Comment by Water on March 9, 2018 at 5:08am

It seems there's a negative to every positive,kinda of a yin and yang effect, I believe GOD is the only thing that stays and is perfect in all ways.Here is an example of humans creative abilities ,GOD ceated scavangers for clean up,not more chemicals to dump into our waters.

Comment by Water on March 9, 2018 at 4:47am
Comment by Water on November 18, 2017 at 7:00am

The Spirit of love is everywhere, its a constant,
like Infinite beauty
limitless or endless in space, extent, or size; impossible to measure or calculate:
For what its worth ,Humans have free will

Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on November 16, 2017 at 1:00am

It says to me the incarnation of the infinite beauty inside us is simple and natural like water flowing when we just allow and don't interfere -- because IT ALREADY KNOWS WHAT TO DO. Like a flower knows how to bloom.

The Life of flowers from Doug Hagens on Vimeo.

Comment by Thomas Goldenheart on May 19, 2017 at 7:32am

"Water is the Light of God slowed down in vibration to materialize."

Thomas M. Goldenheart

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