Exxon Valdez Still Poisoning Ecosystem After 25 Years


Oil Spill, Gulf of Mexico (NASA, International...

Oil Spill, Gulf of Mexico (NASA, International Space Station Science, 05/04/10) (Photo credit: NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)

You think oil spills are a joke?
‘…The oil charged through Prince William Sound and out into the Gulf of Alaska, damaging more than 1,300 miles of some of the most remote, wild shoreline in this country.

‘This happened 25 years ago, so we might note the anniversary as we do any other historical event. That, however, would imply that the oil spill is over. It’s not, and likely never will be.

‘The sound’s coastal ecosystem is permanently damaged. Thousands of gallons of Exxon Valdez oil still pollute the beaches; this oil is still toxic and still hurting the ecosystem near the shore…’
cnn

99.9% Proof Flight MH370 Was Staged Media Event
‘Several weeks ago, CNN reporter Richard Quest was given exclusive access to the cockpit of Fariq Abdul Hamid, the co-pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Coincidence? I think not…’
video

Chicago Train Jumps Then Climbs Escalator
But it only slightly injured 32
‘Thirty-two people were injured — none seriously — when an eight-car Chicago Transit Authority train continued through the end of the platform and struck the escalators leading to the terminals at O’Hare International Airport early Monday morning.

‘”The train actually climbed over the last stop, jumped up on the sidewalk  and then went up the stairs and escalators,” Chicago Fire Department Commissioner Jose Santiago said of the crash, which happened just before 3 a.m. on the CTA’s Blue Line…’
Source

Meet the gangsters who control America’s food supply
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Tuberculosis Affects Children More Than Previously Thought
New Study Says About One Million Kids Under 15 Contract Disease Every Year
That’s double the previously established estimate, and some two-thirds of all cases go undiagnosed.
wsj

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