Top British Newspaper: BP’s oil in Gulf has “switched off the North Atlantic Current, which keeps Europe from freezing”

“You might want to read the findings of Dr Gianluigi Zangari, theoretical physicist at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics in Italy who says that the Earth’s central heating system has broken down because of the oil spill” … Read more >>

BP spokesman explains new oil sightings: “As current and weather conditions change, we’ll see more coming up” (VIDEO)

“I think it’s going well. I mean, we do have the crews out here picking up tar balls and tar mats.” … Read more >>

Oct. 30: “World renowned” scientist says currents “will” transport oil throughout Gulf — Florida’s east & west coasts under threat (VIDEO)

Naples CBS affiliate (Southwest Florida) asks “Are the worst effects of that devastating spill just around the corner?” … Read more >>

Jellyfish invading Florida’s west coast? “Never seen so many” says Sarasota fishermen… “Hanging off the line” while reeling in — “Associated with poor water quality”

Currents steering sea nettles our way, Sarasota Herald Tribune, October 20, 2010:

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Giant oil plume appears to have climbed into shallower waters of continental shelf (VIDEO)

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute published the following labeled image, that clearly shows the plume … Read more >>

Los Alamos Lab & German Researchers: “Oil released by the Deepwater Horizon spill could reach the western North Atlantic Ocean by November”

Deepwater Horizon oil could reach Atlantic Ocean, EnvironmentalResearchWeb, September 6, 2010:

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In the GULFSTREAM? North Carolina geochemist was to test rain from Hurricane Earl for BP’s OIL — May already be “in our waters”

East Carolina University geochemist Sid Mitra is studying how far hydrocarbons from the spill … Read more >>

State of Georgia asks experts to develop sampling methods for oil — On ATLANTIC Coast (VIDEO)

Marine Sciences Professor Charles Hopkinson, University of Georgia, Washington Journal C-SPAN, August 23, 2010:

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Oil movement “consistent with ocean currents”; NOAA map shows impact south of Tampa and along much of Florida’s East Coast (VIDEO)

Florida Sportsman reported that, “Data shows movement of subsurface oil is consistent with ocean … Read more >>

Loop Current stretching all the way to Louisiana coast; Directly over BP oil well blowout (VIDEO)

120 Hour Surface Current Forecast, Louisiana State University Coastal Studies Institute (Click ‘start’ button … Read more >>

Loop Current directly over oil gusher, trouble for Florida (VIDEO)

Real-time Ocean Forecasting System for Gulf of Mexico:

ROTFS July 14

For 6-day …

NOAA admits Threat Models “do not start with the current footprint of the spill, but rather model the spill beginning at day one”

NOAA Models Long-Term Oil Threat to Gulf and East Coast Shoreline, NOAA, July 2, … Read more >>

It’s almost July… Where’s the Oil? Surface evolution of BP Oil Spill (VIDEO)

April 20 — June 28 Hindcast of BP oil spill in the Gulf of … Read more >>

Meteorologist Jeff Masters: In September the currents likely will create a “relatively clear path for oil to follow to the Keys”

Tropical system could make Gulf oil spill much worse, Sun-Sentinel, June 23, 2010:

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Evolution of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, April 20-June 13

Hindcast shows the Florida Keys being affected from May 19-May 30 and just south … Read more >>

Joint Incident Command “confirmed the eddy is reattaching to the Loop Current”; track “heading towards Naples”

Eddy rejoins Loop Current, Key West Citizen, June 11, 2010:

Spinning water had kept …

USF Scientists: “Troubling news about the loop current”, South Florida’s “respite may be over”

Tests show oil clouds drifting more than 100 miles from Deepwater Horizon site, St. Petersburg Times, June 9, 2010: University of South Florida scientists who are working to confirm the source of the oil clouds… also had troubling news about the loop current, the warm river of water that enters the gulf from the Yucatán Peninsula […] . . . → Read More: USF Scientists: “Troubling news about the loop current”, South Florida’s “respite may be over” … Read more >>