Author Topic: Independent Testing of Gulf Seafood Poses a Threat to Public Health  (Read 1624 times)

Offline walkstall

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I am happy I don't get sea food from the Gulf.  Good luck East Coast states.
With o b in office I have a problem with what the government insists what is safe. Does G/W comes to mind?

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Independent testing of seafood reveals potentially dangerous levels of hydrocarbons. Nonetheless, the government insists the seafood is safe. Independent labs and scientists say otherwise. William Sawyer, a toxicologist from Florida, points out that the government raised the allowable levels of hydrocarbons in seafood for this spill. In addition, continued use of the dispersant Corexit in Gulf waters is still being reported by Gulf residents.

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Re: Independent Testing of Gulf Seafood Poses a Threat to Public Health
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2011, 06:07:17 AM »
I am happy I don't get sea food from the Gulf.  Good luck East Coast states.
With o b in office I have a problem with what the government insists what is safe. Does G/W comes to mind?

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Independent testing of seafood reveals potentially dangerous levels of hydrocarbons. Nonetheless, the government insists the seafood is safe. Independent labs and scientists say otherwise. William Sawyer, a toxicologist from Florida, points out that the government raised the allowable levels of hydrocarbons in seafood for this spill. In addition, continued use of the dispersant Corexit in Gulf waters is still being reported by Gulf residents.

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Re: Independent Testing of Gulf Seafood Poses a Threat to Public Health
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2011, 10:39:04 PM »
Here is a letter addressing Corexit, etc~ written to Obozo from a Louisiana Congressman. 

http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/government/obama_government/news.php?q=1295984680

 

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