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Sick fish in Gulf are alarming scientists

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Scientists are alarmed by the discovery of unusual numbers of fish in the Gulf of Mexico and inland waterways with skin lesions, fin rot, spots, liver blood clots and other health problems.

"It's a huge red flag," said Richard Snyder, director of the University of West Florida Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Bioremediation. "It seems abnormal, and anything we see out of the ordinary we'll try to investigate."

Are the illnesses related to the BP oil spill, the cold winter or something else?|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

billions of gallons of oil ... and a chemical compound that is ILLEGAL in other parts of the planet... nah, that shouldn't hurt fish . . .

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2 comments to Sick fish in Gulf are alarming scientists

  • Scientists are Alarmed, It seems abnormal, It’s a huge red flag….

    These are words used to describe and already obvious situation.

    They should be using words like, Who in the fuck ordered this, what dumbass decided to do this, and why in the hell did we follow through?

    Everybody friggen knows not to eat gulf food. They killed the gulf and they are alarmed? What the hell did they think was going to happen?

  • Corexit: banned in the UK for a reason…banned-in-uk-for-reason.html
    Corexit was also used after the Exxon Valdez disaster and was later linked with human health problems including respiratory, nervous system, liver, kidney and blood disorders. One of the two Corexit products also contains a compound that, in high doses, is associated with headaches, vomiting and reproductive problems.

    The dispersant Corexit is illegal in UK
    The chemical dispersant Corexit being used by BP to help “clean up” the oil was banned and made illegal in the UK over a decade ago for it has been proven to be toxic to sea life and humans. How the F*%K then is a British company who would know of it’s effects and legal status being allowed to spray hundreds of thousands of gallons of this shit into American waters?


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