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    Default Oil spill off the Gulf of Mexico (MSNBC)

    Look at the size of this oil spill that hasn't been controlled yet as of now. The oil has covered an area of 48 miles long and 39 miles wide since Monday according to the news. Who knows how far it has gone now?

    How much marine life, plus sea birds, could get destroyed by this catastrophe? Miles and miles of coastline extending to up to 4 states are also threatened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    Look at the size of this oil spill that hasn't been controlled yet as of now. The oil has covered an area of 48 miles long and 39 miles wide since Monday according to the news. Who knows how far it has gone now?

    How much marine life, plus sea birds, could get destroyed by this catastrophe? Miles and miles of coastline extending to up to 4 states are also threatened.
    The entire Gulf of Mexico is at risk, and since humanity shows no sign of stopping its mad industrial rampage, life on Earth is at risk. But a growing population needs more and more of everything. Reduce that population and everyone could live in peace, balance and prosperity.

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