“The (Corexit) dispersant is sticking around. Key dispersant chemicals
underwent negligible or slow rates of biodegradation.”
- Elizabeth Kujawinski, Ph.D., Marine Chemist,
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
“None of eight Corexit products tested are ‘without toxicity,’
and the ecological effect of mixing the dispersants with oil is unknown,
as is the toxicity of the breakdown products of the dispersant.”
- EPA Administrator
“Some medical doctors have been turning patients away from their offices because they don’t want to deal with political fall out of confirming Gulf oil and Corexit illnesses.”
- Rodney Soto, M. D.
March 30, 2011 Orange Beach, Alabama, and Santa Rosa Beach, Florida - Microbiologist Samantha Joye, Ph.D., University of Georgia, showed images of oil-suffocated marine creatures at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico 10 miles north of the BP Macondo oil disaster site that she photographed in recent research presented before the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual conference in Washington, D. C., on February 19, 2011.
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