BP dispersants 'causing sickness', Dahr Jamail, October 27, 2010:
Chemist Bob Naman:
"The dispersants are being added to the water and are causing chemical compounds to become water soluble, which is then given off into the air, so it is coming down as rain, in addition to being in the water and beaches of these areas of the Gulf..."
- “It’s Raining Bacteria”: Rain can spread flesh-eating microbes via “bio-aerosols” — “Also led to skin allergies and rashes”
- On Fox 8: Tests of rainwater showed “aluminum, magnesium, chloride, copper, nickel… things you shouldn’t find” (VIDEO)
- New reports of ACID RAIN “further INLAND” from Gulf; “Not a big surprise” says reporter — Dispersants can “also be carried inland”
- NSF-funded geochemist: “It may very well be raining hydrocarbons” far inland from coast (VIDEO)