Here we go again.
Those Scientists are back out there, taking samples, plotting data, and Kicking Uncertainty’s Butt!
Underwater Oil Plume Discovered Near Mobile Bay
By Bobbie O’Brien — May 27, 2010
TAMPA — New tests show what appears to be a massive, second underwater plume in previously untested waters northeast of the leaking BP wellhead in the Gulf of Mexico.
Marine scientists have discovered a new, wide area of “dissolved hydrocarbons” in that Gulf. It is six miles wide and goes as deep as 3,300 feet.
More tests are being run, but researchers from the University of South Florida suspect the plume may be from chemical dispersants used to break up the gushing oil leak a mile below the surface.
They suspect the gunk to be Disperants, But HOW can you be sure — you can’t even see it!
Because for most of America, those Underwater Plumes won’t really exist, until they SEE them on the Evening News!