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(Nola.com)   Gulf of Mexico oil platform evacuated due to a "loss of well control event." Tankers full of Pepto-Bismol rushing to scene   (nola.com) divider line 4
    More: Scary, Gulf of Mexico, Pepto Bismol, oil platforms, Port Fourchon  
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2013-07-09 08:06:33 PM  
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Oldiron_79: Tymast: This never would have happened if the EPA didn't prevent the oil companies from draining the gulf to make it easier to get to  the oil.

Fluid dynamics does not work that way.


Oh so it's science too in on it? I am so sick of their so called "laws"   most of them aren't even in the constitution.
2013-07-09 07:54:21 PM  
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Hopefully it's one of those non-event problems that don't rate much news coverage, and not one of those events that don't rate much news coverage despite injury, deaths and/or environmental damage
2013-07-09 07:50:51 PM  
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This never would have happened if the EPA didn't prevent the oil companies from draining the gulf to make it easier to get to  the oil.
2013-07-09 07:50:13 PM  
1 votes:
Spooky. Have just this minute finished watching a documentary about the Piper Alpha oil rig disaster that killed 167 people twenty five years ago. Hopefully this won't be anything like that.
 
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