61.6 ppm of Corexit 9527A marker found in sediment near Florida border — Neurotoxin 2-butoxyethanol (VIDEO)


Independent lab tests reveal toxic dispersant in Gulf waters, Government denies, Film by James C. Fox in Cotton Bayou, AL on September 14, 2010:

In a video released on September 16 and filmed on Septmeber 14, Chemist Bob Naman revealed that tests completed last week showed 61.6 ppm of 2-butoxyethanol in the sediment near the Florida border.

To help support the work of Mr. Fox, you can write him at jamescfox(at)gmail.com. No website address provided.

Watch the full video:

Dauphin Island, AL on August 23, 2010 (Photo: Bob Naman via Washington's Blog)


1 comment to 61.6 ppm of Corexit 9527A marker found in sediment near Florida border — Neurotoxin 2-butoxyethanol (VIDEO)

  • Please! Why are they not wearing protective gear? As I recall from information provided on this site months ago, any reading over 3-4 ppm is very damaging and toxic to the human body.

    I don't really understand the step-by-step chemical changes of the dispersant, but I do understand that anything over 3-4 ppm is a major health hazard and that initially, your immune system will falter.

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