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That is beyond absurd asking the fishermen to be responsible for the toxins....unbelievable.


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That is beyond absurd asking the fishermen to be responsible for the toxins....unbelievable.


Here is a opportunity for the WM community to use the Heart Virtues.
This is for all energies that are involved including corporations, governments, workers and their families.
Which ones possibly: understanding>forgiveness>compassion.
How to send them: subjectively
When to send them: every time you think of the event negatively.

This "gulf spill event" could be one that James speaks about that will bring about changes to those on the planet and the planet during the shift. This gives a different perspective of what is happening on the planet.

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well, I have no difficulty doing that Darlene, since the majority of my extended family lives within 50 miles of the GOM, every time the subject comes up my heart pumps out a pool of compassion ... that continues to flow, in directions I am not even aware of, because there are so many of them now (family of seven) scattered about, I don't even know where they all live ... it also flows to the residents of all the Gulf states, who stay there and hope the Gov is not lying to them ... unlike me, these folks have deep roots in that Mississippi mud ... and can't just pick up and go somewhere "safe" because of what they have been told to believe are "alarmist" on the web ... it is our responsibility to do research, so that we can make informed decisions and not be manipulated or deceived by those who do not have our best interests in mind.

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Hard not to feel for the people there......is it not possible also in addition to sending out the Heart Virtues....that We join together and help precipitate from the ethers into the waters there something ( an algae perhaps ) that loves to eat oil..


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FLASHBACKS:

* New Orleans TV: “Alarming discovery” of adult crabs “filled with some sort of black substance” (VIDEO)
* Local Official: “Oil just started BUBBLING OUT” of the ground; “Thick, black oil” that “did not appear to have been dispersed” (VIDEO)
* Two officials from different Florida counties report “what looks like ‘a congealed GLOB of VASELINE’ that is HOVERING just offshore”
* “2-SQUARE-MILE patch of dead, floating fish” reported by Gulf seafood processor, “Dead fish all over”


Shrimpers on Opening Day: “We caught 12 shrimp”, “Nothing at all” — “Generations of shrimping … DONE”
August 24th, 2010 at 02:33 PM

When reporter Dahr Jamail left the docks of Fouchon, Louisiana on August 16, the first day of the ‘reopening’ of shrimp season, he encountered shrimpers returning home.

Jamail reports:

Just after leaving the boat launch, we pass a shrimper coming back in.

“How did you do out there?” Craig [a charter fishing captain and guide] asks him. “Nothing. Nothing . . . → Read More: Shrimpers on Opening Day: “We caught 12 shrimp”, “Nothing at all” — “Generations of shrimping … DONE”



EPA data: Cumulative amount of Hydrogen Sulfide UP 800 PERCENT in coastal Louisiana since well was ‘capped’ on July 15
August 24th, 2010 at 08:27 AM
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Hourly readings in last day have averaged 15-20 times above the EPA’s “safe exposure level”

Human Health Effects from Exposure to Low-Level Concentrations of Hydrogen Sulfide, Occupational Health & Safety, October 2007:

EPA set the safe exposure level at 0.00014 ppm. [.14 ppb]

From the CDC: The EPA is monitoring air quality in the Gulf Coast region. The . . . → Read More: EPA data: Cumulative amount of Hydrogen Sulfide UP 800 PERCENT in coastal Louisiana since well was ‘capped’ on July 15

video links and more here: http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/

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Walking dead: Ongoing BP Gulf disaster may be killing millions



“I think the media now has to...tell the American people who’s getting money for poisoning the millions of people in the Gulf." - Hugh Kaufman, senior EPA analyst, admits millions have been poisoned in the Gulf states.

A biochemical bomb went off in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010—a bomb that was as dangerous and destructive as a nuclear blast.



An atom bomb’s death and destruction can be measured immediately after detonation while BP’s unintentional biochemical bomb is a slow-motion explosion that is driving a disaster that continues even now.

Lingering death, however, occurs with both types of explosions.

Millions exposed to uncontrolled hemorrhaging, lesions, cancers

Recently, enraged scientists have presented strong evidence that millions of Gulf area residents have been poisoned by the BP Gulf disaster. Worse, millions more could be exposed to long term poisoning from benzene contamination. Benzene exposure leads to cancers.

Yet other than those furious scientists few seemed to care.

Now, however, more frightening evidence has emerged that areas of the Gulf Coast may have been not only saturated with high levels of benzene, but hydrogen sulfide and radioactive hydrocarbon effluents too-three deadly substances that can cause disease and death years after the initial exposures. [Full report linked at end of article.]

The EPA and the ongoing news blackout

The curtain of silence that swiftly descended just days after the Deepwater Horizon blowout at the Macondo well has never been fully lifted. At the time, a no-man's land was created prohibiting fishermen, reporters, news helicopters and civilian sea and air craft from approaching the immediate disaster zone. The US Coast Guard and BP conducted joint operations feverishly attempting to quell the spreading disaster.

Reporters were threatened with arrest. News stories were yanked. Scientific reports buried. And data from the NOAA research vessel—initially sent to the region to take readings of the seafloor—was suppressed.

Yet, like the oil and gas, information leaked.

Beyond the oil gushing into the Gulf at a rate never before seen, deadly methane gas also flooded the region. The methane reached such high levels of density in the Gulf that brilliant scientists like Dr. John Kessler of Texas A&M recorded stunning readings of methane amounts one million times higher than normal. His reports reached the media.

Although access to the forbidden zone has since been restored, a partial news blackout regarding the chemical readings and data that were measured in the Gulf waters and the Gulf states from April into August continues.

A conveyor belt of death: deep sea oil plume 22-miles long

Despite the "all-clear" pronouncements of talk radio commentators like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, the Gulf has not "magically cleaned itself up."



Poisons flooded into the Gulf for three months. Unabated, these poisons have affected the ecology of the region. Now more evidence is mounting that the delicate infrastructure of life inhabiting the Gulf continues to absorb much of the poison and is passing it on to unsuspecting humans. Reports that sea life in the Gulf have remained uncontaminated are being vigorously challenged.

And new reports are circulating the globe that the missing oil’s been found. A plume 22-miles long is suspended deep in the cold, dark waters of the Gulf. It’s not breaking up and it’s not being eaten by microbes.

It is, however, acting as a conveyor belt of death.

Cocktail of poisons

Some environmental experts are calling what’s pouring into the land, sea and air from the seabed breach ‘a chemical cocktail of poisons.’

Areas of methane dead zones devoid of oxygen are continuing to drive species of fish into foreign waters, are killing plankton and other tiny sea life that are the foundation for the entire food chain, and are polluting the air with cancer-causing chemicals and poisonous rainfalls.

And before the news blackout fully descended, the EPA released data that benzene levels in New Orleans had rocketed to as high as 3,000 parts per billion (ppb).

Benzene is extremely toxic, even short term exposure at low levels can cause agonizing illness and slow death from cancerous lesions and leukemia years later. But 3,000ppb is far from a low reading.

Hydrogen sulfide was also detected by the EPA monitoring stations around the New Orleans area. The EPA reported hydrogen sulfide levels as high as 1200ppb. A normal, safe level falls between 5 to 10ppb.

Recently, Ron Kendall, an ecotoxicologist from Texas Tech University, was interviewed by National Geographic concerning the affect of the poisons released by the blown out well on bacteria and plankton in the Gulf.

The results were not looking good. Indications of a major, ongoing poisoning occurring in the Gulf were widespread. "This is what we've been worried about, because this is the base of the food chain," he told National Geographic.

"Any effects on that level can work their way right on up."

Meaning right up the food chain to humans—many of whom have already been exposed to poisons from the air and water.

The bio-chemical time bomb

A hamstrung oil giant unable to stop a gigantic disaster; the federal government's inaction and misdirection; angry governors unable to get federal agencies to lend a hand; a Nobel Prize winning physicist appointed as the head of the task force dealing with the Gulf—a man who couldn't tell a drill bit from a drill press…


http://www.helium.com/items/1929422-bp-gulf-disaster-may-be-killing-millions?page=3

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‘Blue Flu’ cases spreading around Gulf
By Lounge Daddy, 17 August, 2010, 6 Comments



Some people are calling it the BP Flu. But it is commonly being called the Blue Flu, because the alleged symptoms include blue lips and skin; and it’s scaring the hell out of people all around the Gulf area –from Texas to Florida.

This Blue Flu is separate from people experiencing something called TILT, or “Toxic-Induced Loss of Tolerance.” TILT is something that hit some of the folks who had been working on the massive cleanup surrounding the oil spill. Symptoms from TILT include eyes and skin being irritated, headaches and dizziness.

People with TILT are typically those who were in the immediate area of the spill, mostly those directly involved with the cleanup. Those suffering from Blue Flu are an entirely different matter. These are people who were not in direct contact with the spill, or the cleanup chemicals. They simply live in the south, near the Gulf.

Symptoms include swollen glands, notably in the neck, fever, vomiting, headache, bluish lip color, numbness in fingers and toes. The most alarming symptom being reported is “severe symptomatic cyanosis.” This is the entire body turning blue, a discoloration of the skin.

Of course this could cause alarm that these are symptoms of oxygen depletion along the Gulf. But could this rather be from all that Corexit that was sprayed everywhere, including dropped through the air from airplanes? This was a lot of chemical deposited in a large area, in a short frame of time. One wonders how the people living in the area could not be sickened from it.


Whatever the cause the Blue Flu, it is important to note that the oil spill wasn’t cleaned up – it was covered up. As stated in the above quote, the Corexit that was sprayed and dumped all over the place is simply a (rather dangerous) chemical agent that prevented the oil from surfacing.

After all, the government isn’t interested in your safety. Rather, the government is interested in creating the illusion of safety. And the government often harms even more people in the end in their effort to keep up appearances.

Thus, expect the Blue Flu to be kept under wraps as much as possible. In an effort to deflect criticism, I would not be surprised if the government sounded an alarm over another flu bug – an effort at misdirection. The political class wants the oil spill story out of the way and forgotten.

http://www.datelinezero.com/?p=2333

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From their own website, BP is deploying drones (because the waters are too dangerous ???) I bet they will be monitoring more than just surface waters ... I thought they said all the oil was gone ?

BP Deploying Advanced Unmanned Water Quality Monitoring Vehicles in Gulf of Mexico
Release date: 25 August 2010


THEODORE, AL – As part of its long term monitoring and research program in the Gulf of Mexico, BP is deploying a new technology that will enable nearly constant monitoring by two satellite-controlled, unmanned vehicles.

The vehicles, known as Wave Gliders Image and developed by Liquid Robotics in Silicon Valley, California, get their propulsion power from wave action and use solar power for their electronics. They will be deployed beginning today and begin a months-long, ongoing research program in the Gulf of Mexico.

"These vehicles will provide us a steady stream of data about water quality and should significantly increase the available data for ongoing research activity," said Mike Utsler, chief operating office of BP’s Gulf Coast Restoration Organization. "We will initially deploy the Wave Gliders between the Macondo well and the shoreline, and look to expand from there in the future."
The unique technology allows deployment of sensors persistently, for the long term, to monitor key environmental variables, including:

* water quality – detection of any emulsified, dissolved and dispersed oil in water; phytoplankton (chlorophyll); colored, dissolved oxygen matter (CDOM) and other scientifically useful variables
* marine mammal vocalizations
* weather and water temperature data.

"Initially we will be calibrating a set of nine optical sensors to monitor water quality, including trace amounts of dispersed oil, and will then add acoustic monitoring of marine mammal activity," said Roger Hine, president and CEO of Liquid Robotics. "We look forward to working with BP on this extended research program."

The first two Wave Glider vehicles will be deployed to the vicinity of the Macondo well; a second pair will be deployed in September. Data collected by the vehicles will be relayed via satellite and posted on a public website.
Note to editors: A fact sheet with more details of the Wave Glider technology is included at the bottom of this document.

Also, access multimedia by going to the ftp site here:

http://www.liquidr.com/PressKit/
Username is LRIMedia
Password is Pre55Kit
For further information:
http://www.bp.com/gulfofmexicoresponse

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Oil spill: BP reverses, admits there's oil in local waters

Kimberly Blair • kblair@pnj.com • August 29, 2010



Despite persistent denials from BP last week, thousands of pounds of weathered oil is being pulled from under the surface of Pensacola Bay every day.

During more than a dozen interviews last week, BP officials and spokespeople for a number of government agencies working on the Deepwater Horizon Oil spill response denied knowledge of oil in the bay.

Even as they spoke, however, Escambia County officials and local fishermen were reporting finding weathered oil, as they've been doing for weeks. BP's own crews were hand-scooping it up, and a submerged-oil team from BP's Deepwater Horizon Response Incident Command Post in Mobile was investigating.

"BP says it's all gone, but it's not. I've known it was out there for a month," said a commercial fisherman who asked not to be identified because he is working for BP in the cleanup and feared losing his job.
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"We were recovering it in a boat ... scooping it up out of sand and dumping it into bags. They're just trying to keep it quiet. Out of sight, out of mind."

On Friday, Coast Guard Lt. Stephen West with the Incident Command Post finally confirmed an area of oil a quarter of a mile long and up to 50 to 60 feet off Barrancas Beach at Pensacola Naval Air Station.

He also confirmed that buckets of sunken oil were being pulled up in another area of Pensacola Bay, near Fort Pickens at Gulf Islands National Seashore.

On Saturday, Scott Piggott, who heads the Escambia and Santa Rosa cleanup operation for BP, said cleanup workers began noticing the submerged oil at Barrancas Beach in July.

"The last month, we've spent considerable effort to get people to concentrate on that," he said. "Then we notice the same phenomenon at the Fort Pickens site, and cleanup has been going on there for two weeks."

The statements from West and Piggott follow the federal government's claim earlier this month that 70 percent of the oil is gone, with much of it dissolved like sugar in tea, according to one White House official said earlier this month.

They also came after Escambia County supplied the News Journal with two of BP's daily reports to the county about the cleanup. On Wednesday, BP reported cleaning up 3,776 pounds of weathered oil from water near NAS.

• On Thursday, it reported collecting 2,207 pounds from water near NAS.

• The reports say oil was not recovered from water near Fort Pickens on those two days, though 3,255 pounds were collected from the Fort Pickens beach on Wednesday and 2,123 pounds was collected the next day.

• Piggott said 1,000 pounds were collected from underwater one day last week near Fort Pickens.

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A News Journal reporter went out on a boat last week with two fishermen who didn't want to be identified.

The fishermen proved it doesn't take long to come across oil in Pensacola Bay, Pensacola Pass or near shore in the Gulf.

They pointed out a wide swath of oily sheen floating on the surface of the water in the bay near the Pensacola Pass.They also pointed out BP workers wading out in chest-deep water and hand-scooping oily matter from underneath the sand at Barrancas Beach.

Booms and oil-absorbent material also were being used to clean up orange-colored ribbons of oil — one a half-mile long — about a foot below the surface of the water near the beach.

The two fishermen easily found an abundance of large tar mats and tar balls of various sizes submerged under thin and thick layers of sand. When they randomly jumped into two to three feet of water in Pensacola Bay near Fort Pickens, Fort McRee and NAS and scooped up sand, they nearly always turned up some form of oily material.

They said they're not confident all the oil will be cleaned up.


full story here:http://www.pnj.com/article/20100829/NEWS01/8290333/Oil-spill-BP-reverses-admits-there-s-oil-in-local-waters

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does anyone believe anything BP says ...? even when the US says what bp says ... the next day we find out it is a lie - and no one is held accountable ... because we choose to ignore it... biz as usual for corporate America (just in case you wondered who owns the USA).


Bloomberg: BP Installs New Blowout Valves on Well, Removing Threat to Gulf, U.S. Says
By Edward Klump and Dan Hart - Sep 4, 2010 1:44 PM MT



A new valve-stack system installed last night to replace the one that failed BP Plc’s Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico has removed the threat of oil flowing into the water, the U.S. government said.

BP used the Development Driller II to install the blowout preventer, National Incident Commander Thad Allen said in a conference call. The failed blowout preventer is near the surface of the Gulf and will be taken to a facility in New Orleans for testing, a U.S. federal judge ruled yesterday.

“The well doesn’t constitute a threat to the Gulf of Mexico at this point,” Allen said, in declaring a near end to the effort to kill the well.

The equipment, which is designed to stop a surge of oil and natural gas, has been at the center of a dispute among the U.S. government and companies involved in an April 20 explosion at Macondo. The fire led to a spill that dumped more than 4 million barrels of oil into the Gulf.

Federal investigators plan to look at the blowout stack to find out why it wasn’t able to prevent the explosion. The accident killed 11 workers on the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig. The failed equipment is about 500 feet (152 meters) below the surface as the crew works to bring it aboard a recovery ship, Allen said today.

Transocean Ltd., which leased the rig to BP, and Anadarko Petroleum Corp., a partner in the well, objected to the U.S. having sole control over the blowout preventer and its testing. The companies asked a New Orleans judge to allow them to help decide what happens to the equipment and how it’s examined.

Cameron International Corp., the maker of the blowout preventer, previously lost a bid to delay removal of the equipment. The company said plans risked losing or altering material evidence, and it asked to postpone retrieval to allow photographing and recording of conditions. A delay would interfere with continuing well-control operations, the judge said in denying the motion.

To contact the reporters on this story: Edward Klump in Houston at eklump@bloomberg.net; Dan Hart in Washington at dahart@bloomberg.net.
BP Installs New Blowout Valves on Well, Removing Threat to Gulf, U.S. Says
By Edward Klump and Dan Hart - Sep 4, 2010 1:44 PM MT

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In this article they want us to believe that it has never been this hot in Mississippi ... because this has NEVER happened before ... blame it on Global Warming ... (I thought that was debunked ?) When he says not "attributed to the BP oil spill" - who believe that?

Mississippi officials find 80 to 90 PERCENT of OYSTERS DEAD

September 3, 2010 by Alex
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Fish and oysters are turning up dead due to BP spill

Florida Oil Spill Law

Officials from the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (DMR) voluntarily “took oyster fishermen out on the reefs off the Pass Christian Harbor on Wednesday to give them a preview of what to expect from the upcoming oyster season,” according to Biloxi’s Sun Herald.

What did they find? “An abundance of empty oyster shells… DMR officials dredged for oysters and pulled up catches with about 80 to 90 percent of the oysters dead,” the paper reported.

A sampling of excuses from Scott Gordon, director of the shellfish bureau in Bill Walker’s Mississippi Department of Marine Resources:

* “There have been more oyster mortalities this year, but he doesn’t know whether it can be attributed to the BP oil spill.”
* “We don’t have any evidence that oil has contributed to these mortalities”
* “I’m not as encouraged about this season as I’d like to be.”
* “The weather this summer may be a cause of the oyster deaths, he said.”
* “We’ve had an unseasonably hot summer.”

According to the report, “Some fishermen suspect the oil is a cause for the amount of empty oyster shells dredged up on the DMR trip” :

* Oyster dredger Loe Nguyen: “We’ve lost this season… It’s bad news for the oyster fishermen.”
* “Oyster dredger Minh Tran said it was the first time he’s seen a season like this. He’s been in the oyster business for 10 years.”

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Toxic Legacy is a Dateline special edition ... docudrama based on the work of Wilma Subra and Environmental Scientist who is compiling data of those who were sickened by BP's carelessness and attempted cover up of the magnitude of this spill.

http://www.sbs.com.au/dateline/story/watch/id/600712/n/Toxic-Legacy

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From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream - THE VIDEO BP DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6drasiXNFaw

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here's a fresh perspective of the "spill" ... and something to consider
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9XDW_7c ... ture=email

and this one all but varifies that there IS a stargate (active) down there with their own cameras
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eyW2lvMyvw&NR=1

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Monday Sept 13, 2010

BP Spill Oil 'Not Gone, It's Where Nobody Has Looked'
By MATT GUTMAN and KEVIN DOLAK
9/12/10, 8:38 PM EDT
Study shows oil spill worse than thought
Researcher says all 13 core samples are showing oil from the spill.

Oil from the BP spill has not been completely cleared, but miles of it is sitting at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, according to a study currently under way.

Professor Samantha Joye of the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Georgia, who is conducting a study on a research vessel just two miles from the spill zone, said the oil has not disappeared, but is on the sea floor in a layer of scum.

"We're finding it everywhere that we've looked. The oil is not gone," Joye said. "It's in places where nobody has looked for it."

All 13 of the core samples Joye and her UGA team have collected from the bottom of the gulf are showing oil from the spill, she said.

In an interview with ABC News from her vessel, Joye said the oil cannot be natural seepage into the gulf, because the cores they've tested are showing oil only at the top. With natural seepage, the oil would spread from the top to the bottom of the core, she said.

"It looks like you just took a strip of very sticky material and just passed it through the water column and all the stuff from the water column got stuck to it, and got transported to the bottom," Joye said. "I know what a natural seep looks like -- this is not natural seepage."

In some areas the oily material that Joye describes is more than two inches thick. Her team found the material as far as 70 miles away from BP's well.

"If we're seeing two and half inches of oil 16 miles away, God knows what we'll see close in -- I really can't even guess other than to say it's going to be a whole lot more than two and a half inches," Joye said.

This oil remaining underwater has large implications for the state of sea life at the bottom of the gulf.

Joye said she spent hours studying the core samples and was unable to find anything other than bacteria and microorganisms living within.

"There is nothing living in these cores other than bacteria," she said. "I've yet to see a living shrimp, a living worm, nothing."

Studies conducted by the University of Georgia and the University of South Florida caused controversy back in August when they found that almost 80 percent of the oil that leaked from BP's well is still out in the waters of the Gulf.

Their report stood in stark contrast to that of the federal government, which on Aug. 4 declared that 74 percent of the oil was gone, having broken down or been cleaned up.

"A report out today by our scientists shows that the vast majority of the spilled oil has been dispersed or removed from the water," President Obama said in August.

The studies by Joye and other scientists found that what the government had reported to the public only meant that the oil still lurked, invisible in the water.

Though initially denying the claim, BP -- and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration -- acknowledged the existence of the dispersed oil. BP subsequently pledged $500 million for gulf research.

In May, Joye was featured on a newscast as part a team of scientists that discovered giant underwater plumes of oil. Joye and other marine researchers claimed that these plumes present a major threat to underwater creatures.

"The concentrations that are currently out there in various locations are high enough to have a toxic effect on marine life," said Charles Hopkinson, also of the University of Georgia's marine sciences program.

NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco, the government's top ocean scientist, has acknowledged concerns over the effects of dissolved oil, but has said that chemical dispersants had largely done their job.

"Nobody should be surprised," Joye said. "When you apply large scale dispersants, it goes to the bottom -- it sediments out. It gets sticky."

ABC News' Susan Schwartz contributed to this report.

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outta sight - outta mind? NOW IN YER FACE

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Why sit we here in the Gulf states until we die? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2B3uyHFpvo

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do you believe it is over ? ... this was done Sept 29th ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY2oZEFFKFc&feature=player_embedded

"Kindra [Arnesen] is still struggling with the staph but is being treated properly, I am home – with only 7% vision now in my left eye (not sure it will ever return – per neurologist) and much weakness and [respiratory] problems but am being treated ongoing, Vick [Vicki Perrin] is home being treated for her [respiratory] issues."
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/update-kindra-struggling-staph-joannie-only-7-vision-left-eye

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Beach appears black and is oozing sheen in Ocean Springs (PHOTOS)
October 2nd, 2010 at 08:05 AM


Blood Beach Is Boiling And So Is Our Blood, By Lorrie Williams at Gulf Park Estates in Ocean Springs MS, October 1, 2010:

these pictures taken Oct 1 are the worst we have seen since the rig fire - proof that it is worse on the GOM now than EVER!

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more pictures and Laura's report here:http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/beach-black-oozing-sheen-ocean-springs-photos

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That is beyond absurd asking the fishermen to be responsible for the toxins....unbelievable.


Here is a opportunity for the WM community to use the Heart Virtues.
This is for all energies that are involved including corporations, governments, workers and their families.
Which ones possibly: understanding>forgiveness>compassion.
How to send them: subjectively
When to send them: every time you think of the event negatively.

This "gulf spill event" could be one that James speaks about that will bring about changes to those on the planet and the planet during the shift. This gives a different perspective of what is happening on the planet.


I am with you you on this Darlene. I love the broader overview for how much more is taken into consideration for a much more positive and conducive perspective if not perception. Yes, it very well could change many on the planet during this shift being a much needed catalyst to wake up people from complacency. And that is a good thing. Thanx for this it is refreshing. :D

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well I agree that there is always a HV we can uses to transmit Love ... but I don't believe that there is any way anyone can "understand" why BP did this ... it has become obvious by following the money trail that this was a deliberate act, and that a huge cover up to escape accountability is under way ... I can not "forgive" them for something they express no remorse for having done ... nor can I imagine that they would have any appreciation for "compassion" ... these HVs, I will transmit to the victims of BP's criminal negligence.... but for BP I feel inspired to offer Valor - to point out and deal with this injustice because this is, by far the biggest man-made disaster the Earth has ever experienced ... next to what Shell did in Nigeria ...

ITs time to say NO MORE, will I participate in this deception ! There is ample proof that that this "spill" was designed to kill millions ... via IGNOREance.


Valor ...as an element of love, linked with the act of speaking truth to power, especially when
an injustice is committed. It is common in today’s social order to pretend ignorance
of the injustices of our world. Self-absorption in one’s own world is a key threat that
undermines the expression of valor, and fear of consequence is the other.
Individuals who fear consequence in pointing out an injustice misunderstand the cocreative
force of First Source. When you operate as a co-creator, you are ever
vigilant to the incremental or sudden onset of injustice, and when it occurs in your
life path, it must be identified for what it is and dealt with.

Art of the Genuine, a Spiritual Imperative

my once thriving family lives on the GOM ... I was born in New Orleans ... sorry, I just can't ignore this, and the potential it has to threaten all life ... BP did not stop the "spill" ... they capped a well (on camera) but it wasn't the well that was spewing oil ... and still is. They are still spraying dispersant daily, people are afraid to walk barefooted in their own yards... and they are frightened ... very frightened ... everytime I post here I send them energy - I have not forgotten the people who's genes I share, and who have been living on the GOM since before the first Revolutionary War ... they are in my blood.

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The only way to understand what is happening on the GOM is to put yourself there ... imagine you lived there (or on the Nigerian Delta) or on any coastline in the WORLD because in a matter of months, that oil will be circulating around the world ... doing the same thing to you as it is doing to Kendra now.

they are still spraying dispersants (daily) because the oil is still spilling there ... 18 months is all it takes to circumnavigate the entire planet ... you plan on living another decade or so, better listen up cause you will be directly effected by this sooner than later....believe it or not

http://theintelhub.com/2010/10/05/kindr ... n-is-gone/

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There is no doubt that this oil disaster is devastating . However, other possibilities are not taken into consideration if you limit yourself to news.And especially possibilities that most would not accept because of how programmed they are to see it only as a disaster. Whatever expansive thoughts about this come to you , look at them because that is where the solutions to this are. As Einstein said and I am paraphrasing, you cannot find solutions in the same place you created the problem in. In other words we have to stretch and reach into a higher dimension which has a greater overview and more options. Remember also, this is the phenomena mentioned by James in the PCI because it is HMS based. Which doesn't mean we don't give aid where needed and when we can, it's what the Event Temples and the GCIP are for. :wink:

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There is no solution Shay ... it is a causual event and part of the plan of FS that anyone dumb enough to stay in harms way is going to die.

Sure Nature will heal herself eventually - after a couple of hundred million people who live along the coast lines of the world die ... but those who sit there waiting for someone to come up with a "solution" are delusional and self deceptive ... Sure compassion/new intelligence could assist some of them, and if they would listen to their hearts they wouldn't still be there ... The "new intelligence" tells us there is no way to control a causal event ... not even with compassion or all the HVs combined - they are part of the transformational process this causal event calls for... and that is what they need to hear because it gives them a choice ... They need to wake up and understand that if they stay there they are doomed . They need to be told daily that no solution is coming in their life time or their children's ... They need to be told the truth! because that is the compassionate thing to do NOW

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 Post subject: WATER "SHED"; "1" to "0"
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There is no solution Shay.....

First Source is the solution.

Water (shed) will always dilute the most potent of poisons and render them impotent.

Trust all the parts (of the solution).

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