Thursday, June 24, 2010
Toxic rains from the oil spill
As you have probably read on many other blogs, North America will be facing years of toxic rain becuase of the poisonous chemical dispersants BP is using to control the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. When you pour more than a million gallons of toxic chemical dispersants on top of an oil spill, it doesn’t just disappear. In this case, it moves to the atmosphere, where it will travel hundreds, if not thousands of miles from the site of the BP oil spill, in the form of toxic rain. It will be traveling in the clouds and pushed in ward by the coming hurricanes and ALL the crops and cattle in Florida, Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina will be effected.