Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by nitro, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. nitro


    "Some experts skeptical of Gulf oil findings

    Despite federal claims that most of the oil in the Gulf of Mexico is gone, some independent scientists said Wednesday that they fear the amount of crude left from the massive BP spill will wreak environmental destruction...."


    Too bad we can't reboot the gulf. The innocent are always the ones that pay the highest price, aye? :( If I could talk to all the animals in the gulf, I would say, "Run Forrest. Run!"

    When these assholes go to prison, part of the sentence should be that they have to eat fish caught smack in the middle of the oil spill. Come to think of it, eating fish from anywhere in the world these days is probably a health hazard. The worlds oceans are the everybodys urinals.
  2. nitro


    "Matthew Simmons has been saying the spill is worse than anyone admits for weeks, and he hasn't been wrong yet.
    Today he tells Bloomberg we've now killed the Gulf of Mexico.
    Simmons says the leak is much bigger than the cameras show thanks to a big gushing hole around ten miles from the sunken rig:

    What we don’t know anything about is the open hole which is caused by the drill bit when it tossed the blow-out preventer way out of the hole…and 120,000 minimum of toxic poison has now covered the floor of the Gulf of Mexico. So what they’re talking about is the biggest environmental cover-up ever. And they knew that that well, that riser, would finally deplete. And then they could say it’s over. And unfortunately, we now have killed the Gulf of Mexico....”

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/matt...illed-the-gulf-of-mexico-2010-7#ixzz0w7k0uShD
  3. Did you know urine is 95% water? If you were stranded in the ocean and were thirsty, you're probably better off drinking your own urine than sea water. [​IMG]
  4. RIP.
    maybe he talked too much :(

    " US says most BP spill oil is gone or degrading
    Reuters - Deborah Zabarenko, Tabassum Zakaria - ‎Aug 4, 2010‎"

    propaganda machine at work?

    i better keep quiet...
  5. Numerous survival instructors and guides,[2][3][4][5][6][7] including the US Army Field Manual,[8] advise against drinking urine for survival. These guides explain that drinking urine tends to worsen, rather than relieve dehydration due to the salts in it, and that urine should not be consumed in a survival situation, even when there is no other fluid available.