Toxicologist's Warning On Gulf Oil Dispersant

Marine biologist and toxicologist Dr. Chris Pincetich is the special projects director of Pacific Ecorisk and an instructor at the University of California, Davis. In this video, Pincetich speaks on the toxicity of the oil dispersant Corexit being used by BP in the Gulf. The take-away quote comes at the end of the video:

“Understanding how toxic the chemicals are is a big question mark. Right now we are producing an experiment in the Gulf, the likes of which no one has ever seen. And the top scientists admit that.”

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~Eowyn

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josephbc69
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Many, many thanks for this.
I’ve sent it on to Jeff Rense, where ten million readers will see it.
The world owes you on this!

Jennifer Drake
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Jennifer Drake

how can i share this on facebook, i do not see a link?

Sean
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Guys, please watch & share my new micro-doc about the GULF OIL catastrophe. It’s called ‘REVELATION 8’
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgwOpj9kWmA

Dumb Me Down
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Gee, since we’re all part of the ‘experiment’ we may as well have some fun with it…
https://www.theamericansheeple.com/specialpublication.html
First 100 visitors get a FREE oil change!

Brigitte in Paris
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Brigitte in Paris

Well I feel better knowing how dishonest the EPA tests are. That’s why Christie Withman said right after 9/11 that the air was safe to breathe.
Still I don’t like much the statement that we’re in an experiment. The lethality of the Corexit dispersant is a given and to say we don’t know what is going to happen is disingenuous. or short sighted. If the stuff kills everything then we KNOW what’s in the cards. The rest, exactly how the different molecules interact and produce other substances by combining etc. is only details.

Ann
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Ann

Like none of this is due to the fact that American politicians need million of dollars to campaign for office, and the biggest contributors being corporations, does it? It has nothing to due with the fact that a politician will almost never turn his/her back to a big campaign contributor, does it? None of this is due to the fact that the American government is bought and paid for by corporate dollars, does it? Of course not! American government is a people-friendly democracy, always looking out for the little guy. Yeah, right!

Universitas Mercu Buana
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Thank you, for good information