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sofa king Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-06-10 01:10 AM
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47. What about this physics?
It's warm during the summer days on the Gulf of Mexico, which is really big. Say some oil does evaporate each day.

What happens when the air cools off at night? The oil condenses. Right back into the damned ocean. Or, if one is lucky, onto dry land, where humans get to breathe in the benzene and spin out in the rainstorms.

Evaporation is one more dispersal procedure--one The Man really wants us to support because the price--nothing--and the effort--none--happens to be the only cost-effective response in BP's budget. But it's all still out there, instead of being cleaned up.
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