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(1888PressRelease) BP Oil Spill Solution. Gulf of Mexico or in any other place. We propose to clean the areas, the sand and the vegetation "In Site" with Biodegradable Chemicals MPCD and Biological Acceptable Products BIOSINFO that are Environmentally Friendly to accelerate the process of Biodegradation. To do that we need heavy machinery to mix the products with the soil and sand and a lot of hand labor "In Site".

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BP Oil Spill Solution, Some of the methods BP is proposing to stop the oil spill have not been tested


(1888PressRelease) BP Oil Spill Solution. Gulf of Mexico or in any other place. We propose to clean the areas, the sand and the vegetation "In Site" with Biodegradable Chemicals MPCD and Biological Acceptable Products BIOSINFO that are Environmentally Friendly to accelerate the process of Biodegradation. To do that we need heavy machinery to mix the products with the soil and sand and a lot of hand labor "In Site".

Almost two months after the BP oil spill began in the Gulf of Mexico, there appears to be no definitive solution for plugging the leak, cleaning up the disaster or paying for the damages.

It seems that every time the estimate of how much oil can be captured each day rises, so does the assessment of how much is leaking. During the first month, the estimate was 5,000 barrels of oil spilling a day. The newest assessments have that number at between 25,000 and 40,000 barrels a day.

Some of the methods BP is proposing to stop the oil spill have not been tested in a laboratory and this alarms experts even more. Any chemicals injected in to the ocean may affect the marine life as well and could have long-term effects that are not known yet. Using these chemicals is more for the benefit of the people and the media so that it just looks like the oil slick is less.

How concerned do we have to be about the long-term health care effect of the oil spill? Consider this excerpt from joint report by researchers at the Karmanos Cancer Institute in Royal Oak, Michigan and the Sciencecorps organization in Lexington Mass., which assesses the human health threat of the BP oil spill: "Crude oil contains chemicals that readily penetrate cell walls, damage cell structures, including DNA, and alter the function of the cells and the organs where they are located. Crude oil is toxic, and ingredients can damage every system in the body."


Oil on beaches is uniquely dangerous to women and children. The stuff can cause deformities, birth defects and endocrine problems in a developing fetus. Newborn babies need to stay away too because their immune systems are weak and crude oil contains lots of contaminates. Even if you aren't a mommy-to-be or a newborn, we suggest you find a different body of water to hang by, because oil can give anyone cancer and neurological damage.

If a hurricane happens in or near the affected areas, oil will be carried inland via water droplets. Not only is this totally gross, but it will mess up rice and sugar plantations. The oil could also spread to wetlands and even bodies of fresh water.

To effectively address the catastrophe in the Gulf, we need our leaders to remove political bias, carefully examine complex technical processes, and safeguard against wrongs both environmental and economic.

The real question is "Will BP be forced to pay for all the damage done?" This disaster is a least an order of magnitude greater than Exxon Valdez and Prestige. There is more oil in the water, the human population affected is 10's of millions instead of 10's of thousands, the property affected is much higher value property. Finally, the oil is still leaking so the problem is still growing. On that basis, the $20 Billions set aside is just a starter. Do I hear $50 Billions ? $100 Billions? Do accidents happen? Yes. Should companies pay for the damage done? Actual damage, Yes. Punitive damage, probably not. And I think that the actual damage will break BP.

Paul Chehade:.

http://www.mpcd.info

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http://www.1888pressrelease.com/mpcd/biosinfo/bp-oil-spill-solution-some-of-the-methods-bp-is-proposing-t-pr-220124.html


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