Vatic Note: That was a very good question, because if it was developed to do the damage it does, then its murder, attempted murder and worse. These guys are seriously getting into some real jail time trouble and if the authorities do not pursue it we can and should. There is a good quote we should never forget.....
"Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope... and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance." - Robert F. Kennedy
I can feel a shift, people have seriously gotten fed up. I hear preparations all over the place, so this is going to be interesting how all these false flag attacks against the citizens of this country are going to be brought to justice, by whom, how, where and when? We are definitely on new territory and this is pioneer work that is going to be taking place and now it appears our friends in Canada will be joining us as well. I think these guys went to far when they did the gulf and there is very little room left for them to navigate. They best get back behind that curtain before they find themselves in a place they do not want to be.
Is COREXIT a Masked BIOWEAPON? Shrimpers exposed to Corexit bleeding from the rectum
On CNN, Dr. Susan Shaw, a marine toxicologist, sounded an alarm about the physical condition of a shrimper exposed to Corexit: "And that's what that Corexit does, it ruptures red blood cells, causes internal bleeding, and liver and kidney damage. ...
This stuff is so toxic combined... not the oil or dispersants alone. ..."
Corexit 9500 is a solvent originally developed by Exxon and now manufactured by the Nalco in Illinois. Corexit is four times more toxic than oil (oil is toxic at 11 ppm (parts per million), Corexit 9500 at only 2.61ppm).
In a report written by Anita George-Ares and James R. Clark for Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc. titled "Acute Aquatic Toxicity of Three Corexit Products: An Overview" Corexit 9500 was found to be one of the most toxic dispersal agents ever developed.
According to the Clark and George-Ares report, Corexit mixed with the higher gulf coast water temperatures becomes even more toxic.
Corexit 9527, used in lesser quantities during the earlier days of the spill response, is designated a chronic and acute health hazard by EPA. The 9527 formula contains 2-butoxyethanol, pinpointed as the cause of lingering health problems experienced by cleanup workers after the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, and propylene glycol, a commonly used solvent.
Ebola hemorrhagic fever signs and symptoms: rapid onset of fever, malaise, muscle pain, headache, and the inflammation of the pharynx (throat). Six days following vomiting and bloody diarrhea, individuals may develop maculopapular rash with bleeding at needle sites and bodily orifices.
Dr. Susan Shaw, Founder and Director, Marine Environmental Research Institute (MERI), is a marine toxicologist, explorer, and author who has spent two decades documenting the effects of hundreds of man-made chemicals in marine mammals along the North American Pacific and Atlantic coasts. Named Gulf of Maine Visionary, Shaw is widely recognized for creating an extensive body of data that places the northwest Atlantic marine ecosystem in a global perspective. In 2007 the Maine Legislature honored Shaw for her pioneering work addressing the problem of ocean pollution and its impacts on marine life and humans. She is credited as the first scientist to discover that brominated flame retardant chemicals used in consumer products are bioaccumulating in marine mammals and commercially important marine fishes in the northwest Atlantic, a finding with implications for human health that has influenced legislation in the US and internationally. She holds a doctoral degree (DrPH) in Public Health/ Environmental Health Sciences from Columbia University. source
The web site, Florida Oil Spill Law, http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/ is an excellent place to stay informed of the latest news about the Gulf oil spill.