Thanks gzz, I've had a horrible time even wrapping my head around the scope of this.
What happens to the US economy, or the world economy, with the best case being a poisoned Gulf of Mexcio?
I don't know if I should prepare for business as usual elsewhere, or look of a house on the kenai pennsula, with moose not to far away.
I've always lived by the Ocean, either on the west coast or here, I know when the o2 is out of whack you get horrible red tides, which give off toxic fumes that make everyone sick. Rid tides kill all of the fish, but whatever is int this stuff looks worse than algae bloom.
With whatever is getting put into the spill, the dispersant that they may or may not be using, red tides all over the gulf, and maybe elsewhere will be the best case outcome.
What happens to the atmosphere if the we have screwed up the oceans to the point that they die?
I'm glad that people are worried about the wetlands and the beaches, what about the oceans, and the fisheries, and all the marine life that we will lose because of this?
Keep posting, if enough noise gets made, maybe enough people will wake up that some positive action might get taken before it's too late for it.
For one thing, I should not have seen a Nalco truck outside of Tampa. I felt like people have described when they found the concentration camps in Germany.
In the mean time, we have a nice little tropical wave moving right into the Gulf.