Wednesday, September 22, 2010

No BP (NYSE:BP) Oil Plume Says Government

The alleged gigantic oil plume asserted to roam the Gulf by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts has never been proven, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said they aren't able to find any such thing beneath the Gulf waters.

As a matter of fact, according to NOAA scientist Sam Walker, "We are continuing to find lower and lower concentrations," confirming the original story the majority of the oil was gone from the Gulf through a variety of means, including oil-eating microbes.

The government report stated almost 75 percent of the oil had disappeared, primarily through natural means, although a small portion was attributed to oil skimming vessels. Evaporation also played a large part in the Gulf cleaning itself up.

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for some unknown reason didn't even make their assertions until after the government report, which was about two months after they allegedly found the giant oil plume monster.

Some so-called scientists just don't like the fact that the Gulf can largely clean itself, as it doesn't fit their narrative, and it doesn't bring in research money.

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