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BP - One year later and MORE LIES - Do YOU buy at BP?

Post by  on Sun Apr 22, 2012 6:58 pm

Have you seen this BIG FAT CORPORATE LIE?

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Have you seen the truth? Read this and tell EVERYONE NEVER to buy from BP EVER again:

Dolphins: Signs of Serious IllnessPhotograph courtesy Reuters
In the depths of the ocean and on shore, science is only beginning to measure the long-term impact of the wost spill in US history.
On the second anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon
drilling rig explosion, a slew of new studies paint a complex picture
of how the Gulf of Mexico's ecosystems absorbed the insult of 4.9
million barrels of crude oil. The catastrophic failure of BP's
Macondo well off the coast of Louisiana on April 20, 2010, triggered a
blast and fire that took the lives of 11 rig workers and sent oil
spewing from the deep sea bed for 87 days. Unprecedented steps were
taken to minimize the amount of oil that reached shore, including the
application of some 800,000 gallons (3,028,000 liters) of dispersants
directly at the wellhead nearly a mile (1,500 meters) below the surface.
Still, the oil left its mark, scientists now say, on marine mammals,
salt marshes, corals, tiny organisms and coastal communities. The new
studies track both lingering harm and recovery.
Bottlenose dolphins in oil-contaminated Barataria Bay off the coast of Louisiana are showing serious signs of illness
including extremely low weight, anemia, low blood sugar, and some
symptoms of liver and lung disease, according to a health assessment
conducted by U.S. NOAA scientists and their partners.
The scientists, who performed comprehensive physicals last summer on 32
dolphins from the bay, also found that half of the tested dolphins
showed abnormally low levels of hormones that regulate stress response,
metabolism, and immune function, indicating adrenal insufficiency. One
of the dolphins in the survey was found dead on Grand Isle in January.
Lori Schwacke of NOAA, the project's lead investigator, said the findings
were preliminary and could not be conclusively linked to the oil spill.
But she added that control groups of dolphins living along the Atlantic
coast and in other areas that were not affected by the 2010 spill did
not manifest those symptoms.
"The findings that we have are
consistent with other studies that have looked at the effects of oil
exposure in other mammals," she said.
The study is a part of an ongoing examination of the process and the Gulf of Mexico Dolphin Unusual Mortality Event. Since February 2010, more than 675 dolphins have stranded in the northern Gulf
of Mexico—a much higher rate than the usual average of 74 dolphins per
year
. BP's Houston office did not respond to requests for comment
on this research or the other scientific studies related to the Gulf Oil
Spill.


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