Monday, August 9, 2010

Gulf Oil Disaster: Doctor Warns of The Black Wave Rising

Dr. Tom Termotto, National Coordinator for the Gulf Oil Spill Remediation Conference (International Citizen´s Initiative ) in Tallahassee, Florida, has written an extremely important Press Release, about the profound environmental and health impacts of the BP Gulf Oil Spill, and the necessary resources for the Healthcare Provider...


What do you get when you mix

oil & methane gas,

with oil dispersant (COREXIT),

with radioactive effluent,

with surface-burning oil slicks (petroleum+dispersant),

with lots of dead marine life of every sort and kind

in the Gulf of Mexico during a hot and humid summer?


A toxic petrochemical stew which is neither safe to eat from, nor swim in. The affected beaches, wetlands, marshes and estuaries should also be viewed with great caution, or avoided altogether.

Many in the MSM have been trumpeting the miraculous recovery of the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of the successful capping of the gushing oil well at the Macondo Prospect. Of course there are also those from whom common sense has not fled. Thankfully, we still have among us reasonable people who are able to utilize the human faculty of reason. We pray that there will be many others who will understand the simple facts of life in the Gulf, which has taken on an awesome toxic burden – a toxic load of various chemicals, pollutants, contaminants, and poisons that ought to be dealt with very carefully and with great circumspection.

See also: Crabs provide evidence oil tainting Gulf food web


  1. Dr Grady Mcmurtry a christian creationist scientist has declared the menace from pollutants in the Gulf of Mexico to be minimal =a thimble full to an olympic swimming pool, and he also said on Revelation TV that this will be easily handled by natures contingincies, IE Nature will fix it. As a Christian I wonder just who is correct. I just don't know!

  2. Marine toxicologists have significant concerns about the domino change impact, oil rain, and poison air.

    It may take decades for Nature to recover.Over the last ten years, all but one of the Exxon Valdez cleanup workers have died.

    And Nature is still recovering from that disaster.


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