Oil Spill Reported Near Deepwater Drilling Site in Gulf Share | 0x6a656666 posted:3/19/2011 9:39:00 PM The Coast Guard is investigating reports of a potentially large oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico not far from the Deepwater Horizon site. According to a knowledgeable source, the slick was sighted by a helicopter pilot on Friday and is about 100 miles long. A fishing boat captain said he went through the slick yesterday and it was strong enough to make his eyes burn.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rocky-kistner/oil-spill-reported-near-d_b_838019.htmlMore doom in a week than I've seen in my life. Pfft. Swamptick posted:3/20/2011 9:31:47 AM We will be dealing with the fallout from this for years.0x6a656666 posted:3/28/2011 5:58:23 AM *sighsObama administration restricts findings on Gulf’s dead dolphinsThe Obama administration has issued a gag order on data over the recent spike of dead dolphins, including many stillborn infants, washing up on Mississippi and Alabama shorelines, and scientists say the restriction undermines the scientific process.0x6a656666 posted:3/28/2011 6:36:00 AM What oil spill? If you like to fish, or even if you simply want to learn, try surf fishing, which still holds a certain mysticism about it and its back-to-the-basics premise of nothing more than man, water, and pole. Or if you’re more adventurous and like to get really wet, jet skiing might be more of your cup of sweet tea....Source: Oil spill? Not that you can see from this Gulf Coast resortArticles like this are truly nauseating. They should have added this next clip along with it: spiritech0 posted:3/28/2011 12:36:35 PM This is a French publication's simulation of the radiation dispersal from northern Japan. Click the global map video near the bottom of the page. We just heard yesterday that the rad bits reached NC. The 4th branch of the govt has done it again. Anywho, add some rad to the oil and have the angels play their haarp so it rains crap on everything... BTW, I just purchased a game called Gamma World and... Please log in or become a member to add a post.