(FloridaOilSpillLaw) – AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION: BIO-ACCUMULATION of chemicals that MUTATE GENETIC MATERIAL will continue for years in Gulf oysters, shrimp and crab – Read More Here
(FloridaOilSpillLaw) – Video: Head of Navy tours Gulf, shocked by amount of oil: “Wow, what are we in sir?” — Fisherman responds “Kind of looks like a UFO underwater, don’t it?”
YouTube Description: Mississippi Fishermen speak out on injustices of the government’s position on oil disappearing
Mississippi Commission on Marine Resources Meetings, Project Gulf Impact, August 17, 2010: View Video’s Here
(MSNBC) – Video: Scientists question U.S. estimate on BP oil fallout – Two university groups counter NOAA optimism that half is ‘completely gone’ – View Video Here
(McClatchy) – Gulf oil spill still a threat to seafood, JAMA study indicates – Read More Here
(McClatchy) – Toxic oil levels found in key Gulf breeding zone, scientists say
Scientists have found evidence that oil has become toxic to marine organisms in a section of the Gulf of Mexico that supports the spawning grounds of commercially important fish species.
Researchers from the University of South Florida said Tuesday that, in preliminary results, oil appears to reside in droplet form among the sediments of a vital underwater canyon where clouds of oil from the BP spill were found. Read More Here
(CNN) – Seafloor covered in oil 40 miles south of Panama City, FL – HEADING EAST – August 17, 2010 – Video Link Here
Video: Non-stop plumes emanating from seafloor w/ Time Lapse — Final Part (Aug. 17) – View Video Here
Video: Fishermen find oil and dispersants on Mississippi shrimping and oyster grounds
Angered by claims from state and federal officials that Gulf Coast waters are safe and clean, fishermen took their own samples of the waters off of Pass Christian, Mississippi on August 11th, 2010. I had the opportunity to go along and see first hand the results, as well as the thin, oily sheen and bubbles caused by dispersant that streak the Mississippi sound.
The testing method is simple: tie an absorbent rag to a weighted hook, then drop it overboard for a minute or two. In all but one of the samples, the rags came up with brown oily substance which the fishermen identify as a mix of crude oil from the BP disaster and toxic dispersants. Continue reading