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Thursday, September 22, 2011

CBS: New BP spill tar balls could mean trouble: study

Oh, really? You got to be kidding me. Now, all of a sudden new tar balls are washing up and are related to the BP oil spill, while we were practically forced to believe, a little after the disaster, that all the oil had dispersed and/or was consumed by some sort of bacteria.

I guess the bacteria couldn't handle it either and spit it out, huh? Or maybe the hurricanes and tropical storms stirred it up from the depths of the Gulf. Better yet, the claim may submerge that those tar balls are not BP related at all.

Yeah, I am being facetious; I don't think anyone in their right mind really believed those bacteria and other stories and rightfully so. The proof is in the pudding, or rather on the shores of the Gulf, as it turns out. Why this study suddenly suspects that those tar balls mean trouble is beyond me.

The trouble was already brewing the moment that oil started gushing in the water!



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