*CONFIRMED* Chemist: That’s BP oil on Southwest Florida beach — “Should put to rest any doubt” over origin of 173 ppm oil found in sand near Sarasota

Comparison with BP-Macondo, Control Sample Chromatogram via Analytical Chemical Testing Laboratory, Inc. Test “clearly confirmed a match and is highly accurate and should put to rest any doubt that the oil that we found was ‘sunscreen’, ‘motor oil’, or any other form of ‘naturally present’ contaminant.” … Read more >>

Chemist: Chemicals from dispersed oil “coming down as rain”

“The dispersants are being added to the water and are causing chemical compounds to become water soluble” … Read more >>

“I’m scared of what I’m finding” says chemist — Corexit combines with oil to generate new compounds, many with “double bonds”

“This is an unprecedented environmental catastrophe.” … Read more >>

Chemist: Women more at risk — “Bleeding from their vagina and anus. Small kids are bleeding from their ears. This stuff is busting red blood cells”

Chemist Bob Naman described the brownish, rubbery tar balls that are a product of BP’s dispersed oil … Read more >>

“They’re still spraying dispersant” on “big pockets of oil” thinks chemist who tested inland waters

Oil dispersant subject of Orange Beach tests; chemist says he found Corexit, Press-Register, October … Read more >>

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 … Read more >>

Update with correction: Oil, not Corexit, found in Naples-area waters

Comment from Sayer Ji of TestingTheWater.org on September 5, 2010 at 12:12 a.m., EDT … Read more >>