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Sorry Aint Enough No More

Methane in water soars around spill

Subsea methane mound

By Upstream Online

22 June 2010 22:46 GMT

As much as 1 million times the normal level of methane gas has been found in some regions near the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, enough to potentially deplete oxygen and create a dead zone, US scientists said today.

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The short film BP and the Government doesn’t want you to see

By Robert M. Young and Edward James Olmos

OlmosProductions; Save our Gulf

10 June 2010 — Shot by Robert M. Young and Edward James Olmos on a trip to the heart of the oil spill in the Gulf. Edited by Stephen Cohen. Robert Young and I jumped on a plane and went to the Gulf of Mexico just to lend our support by documenting what we saw…

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The world as crack house


By Michael Collins

Crack house: “A place “where people make, deal and smoke crack cocaine. This could be a house, an apartment, or a shack to name a few…” Urban Dictionary

The G-20 and big oil treat the earth as though it were a crack house. They set up shop, trash the premises, without regard to the surroundings — all for the purpose of creating and selling a substance that people simply can’t do without.

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