The Friday Farcast: The Gulf Plague With Michael Edward

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Two years ago, on 4/20, the Deep Water Horizon oil rig exploded into a towering inferno at sea killing 11 people.  It took close to six months to seal the well.  It dominated the news, making BP head, Tony Hayward a household name as he awkwardly toured the contaminated gulf coast.

 

While the spill was damaging, what followed in its wake was even more deadly.

 

In the days, weeks, months and even years after the Macando well cracked open, BP has been spraying Corexit, a deadly bio-remidient which has poisoned scores of human, animal and plant life in and around the gulf.

 

Reseacher and writer. Michael Edward was putting the pieces together in ways that resemebled a Michael Chrichton thriller and sharing it weekly, here on Blogtalk.  His early warning sirens fell on deaf ears in his native Florida and the surrounding gulf states.  

 

Today, we'll return to the scene of the crime with Michael and find out what's happening in the gulf and if Corexit is related to the outbreak of crazed and flesh eating mutants.

 

Join us as we revisit the gulf.

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