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Oil Slowly Reaches Louisiana’s Marshes (39 pics)

Posted in Pictures   26 May 2010   / 5491 views

It has been over a month since the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig. It flows into the Gulf of Mexico slowy reaching Louisiana’s marshes. Over 60 miles of Louisiana’s shoreline have been oiled already. The leak will reportedly be plugged with cement and mud this week. Hopefully the oil will be finally stopped. So far about 6 million gallons of oil have spewed into the Gulf. At the same time scientists think the spill has surpassed the 11-million-galon oil spill that occurred in Alaska in 1989.

 

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Peanut 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
This breaks my heart and makes me weep. The innocent wildlife it is killing. And what a horrible death it is!

Humanity as a whole is the most despicable, destructive, greedy, hateful species on the face of this planet. We won't stop until every living thing is dead.
       
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gigantes 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
as a whole, we're not destroying the planet intentionally.

like every other life form on earth, we reproduce as much as we can and use up whatever resources we can without any thought to consequences. but unlike other life forms, we have become too successful for our own good. and this success is not going to last, because you cannot cheat the forces of nature forever...

what makes me sad is not that civilisation is going to crash soon, which may or may not lead to our extinction. what makes me sad is that we've taken so many animals and habitats with us in our descent to hell.
       
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wow 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
wtf, and the oil company will pay a few millon dollars for this, that are like cents compared with the earnings of the company and the money of YOUR taxes used to contain and clean this mess.
       
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Spike Dawg 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
It's with tears in my eyes I write this. IMO this is the most catastrophic disaster that I have witnessed in my lifetime. I don't think we will ever be able to clean this up. BP has turned the once lovely Gulf of Mexico into a toxic soup. I cry for the flora and fauna and the people who will never recover from this tragic event.
O-Tay!
       
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squerell02 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
c'est d├ęgeulasse ce que homme peut faire a la nature
       
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Apu Kalipshis 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
All car driver who uses gasoline are guilty! we want other way to use a cleaner energy
       
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gigantes 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Apu Kalipshis,
the guilty are not just people who use gas, but those who use other products made from petroleum, such as plastic.

also, those whose life wouldn't be possible unless others were using gas to bring them their goods or to keep them safe, i.e. shipping and national defense.

see the problem?
       
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major7 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
humans are crude, base and untrustworthy
       
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4down2 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
food chain will be broken vomit vomit vomit vomit vomit
       
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olla 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Will this be the event that forces us, as global civilization, to improve alternate fuel sources?

Agreement with everyone who implied that humans are gross.
       














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