Beingof1 wrote:They found a way - 1 million gallons of oil flowing into the Gulf a day.
Pause and think about what pressurized oil becomes - plastic.
What does plastic smell like when burnt?
Is it toxic?
Will it effect the globe?
It is time to realize consciousness NOW.
Beingof1 wrote:Will it effect the globe?
Beingof1 wrote:It is time to realize consciousness NOW.
Yes, it'll be interesting to see what effects the coming hurricane season will do to this unfolding disaster.
It seems that the oil has already gotten into the Gulf Stream. If enough of it gets into the oceanic conveyor belt and doesn't fall back out along the way, there might be a concern of the oil stopping up the North Atlantic pump.
There were already concerns about that pump stopping if too much fresh water got in there from ice melt though.
The Gulf Stream could bring a lot of the pollution to Norwegian waters - which are currently known for having the cleanest fish, and being the source for pharmaceutical grade fish oil.
Beingof1:It is time to realize consciousness NOW.
Is it? What for? Isn't it too late?
Beingof1 wrote:Most, when playing the lottery, hope the numbers on there ticket matches the numbers drawn. Instead, conform the world to your ticket, follow?
It seems more probable to be able to conform the ticket to the world that is not yet... especially if there are many capable people trying to conform the one world to their multiple tickets... but yeah, I think I follow, and coming from you, I believe - even without those cursed rose-colored glasses that I have shattered in the last year. Thank you.
Kunga wrote:Is this the truth ?
http://www.educate-yourself.org/nwo/ill ... un02.shtml
That is not all, they are attempting to poison the air, food, and water. Really twisted but this is a result of the brainwashing on a massive scale and consciousness gives without restraint the desire of will projected into experience.
Until we can transcend the primacy of win/lose, the world will continue to kill off the undesirables.
May 5, 2010 ... WWF-Australia is asking the Australian government why its response effort to the Montara oil spill was so weak
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