Corexit found on “immediate shoreline this past week” in Alabama — “What we are dealing with is the public not knowing what is there”


Oil still threat in Gulf of Mexico, say coalition leaders, Mississippi Press, October 15, 2010:

"On our immediate shoreline this past week, they have found chemicals," said Paul Nelson of South Bay Communities Alliance in Alabama, referring to the dispersant Corexit. "What we are dealing with is the public not knowing what is there and where it is at. The chemical is still out there, the oil is still out there."

4 comments to Corexit found on “immediate shoreline this past week” in Alabama — “What we are dealing with is the public not knowing what is there”

  • premurderedGOM

    "not knowing what is there and where its at". Another Pavlov trained idiot.

  • TraceyS

    Could you tell me where? I am on the beach right now. Was there all day yesterday and only thing I see is sea weed. If your referring to Cotton Bayou. You might want to recheck your FACTS!

  • premurderedGOM

    You can't 'see' dispersants. Why don't you go for a swim? The waters fine. Wow, I just posted about you, look up.

  • TracyS,

    IN WATER: You may be able to see corexit as the tide pushes it in: main clue that it's there is that the foam is more abundant and appears thicker in appearance.

    Once in, the dispersant corexit if undisturbed, will eventually make it far enough up the beach that it will become layered, dry, and appear as very thin sheets (more-and-more corexit): It looks like a thin sheet of dried acrylic paint.

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