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Old 03-14-2011, 10:37 PM   #21
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for all you oil no believers out there that for some reason keep hiding behind the shades and protecting BP, My tiny little sample of oil is just a drop in the ocean for all the biologist that have sampled almost every square inch of Pensacola water ways, This is a forum to discuss (Deep Water Horizon) and when we locals find stuff like this we voice it on this forum..Its not going to scare tourist away But what else are we supposed to talking about in here,
And if you don't think they are studying the bay already just read some of the reports and stop calling every one a lyre in this forum every time some one spots oil
..DAH NILE is not just a river that runs threw Egypt..

as well as i work on the water i see whats going on all the time i keep up with the conditions i research.. if iam not working fishing, iam home in the rivers or in the bays and near shore fishing, i see every thing every where, I let u guys know what i see weather its oil or fish..

I know marine biologist and FWC people and i speak to them and ask them questions all the time..

If you don't wanna read about oil go to general discussion or offshore fishing or maby criegs list..

And i have been watching the tourist industry decline in the last several years way before the oil came.

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Old 03-15-2011, 11:31 PM   #22
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The next time you think you find oil get a sample of it along with the lat-lon and turn it in. There is oil comming up from the earth all the time. The sample you get will determine if it came from the BP spill. As previously stated the oil we are experiencing lately is the tar balls and tar mats. There is still a big problem here in La. but I think the things you are seeing is not directly related to the MC 252 rig explosion.

The next time you see something please get a sample and turn it in. That information is what we need to determine the extent of the damage of the rig explosion.
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