Well, where do YOU think the oil went? And, I’m willing to guess, the dispersant too.
On to World Disclosure Day. Vive les galactics!
Thanks to Dirck.
What the galactics have said of their activities in regard to the oil spill:
“We would remind you that our allies are near to achieving the conditions which will result in the official announcement of our presence. That will allow us to liaise with your authorities and put into being a clean up operation, that will rapidly return your lands and waterways to their original condition.” (SaLuSa, July 9, 2010.)
“You can expect some action that will put a stop to the leak so that the plan for your final upliftment can get under way.” (SaLuSa, June 21, 2010.)
“We are on one level ready to respond to that request, and are well equipped to clear up the mess quite quickly. First however we see the likelihood that BP will be given more time to rectify the situation. However, it must not take much longer as the environment is already badly affected. So let us see what the outcome is, and as we do we will be waiting in the wings for our call.” (SaLuSa, June 18, 2010.)
“We are of course acting behind the scenes, so be assured matters will not be allowed to get out of hand.” (SaLuSa, June 18, 2010.)
“[The galactics] are keeping the currents gentle and the oil away from the shore to the extent possible without creating unwanted side effects, and they have a watchful eye on the ones who might be persuaded to produce storms or seismic disturbances in the Gulf.
“They are doing what they can to lessen the toxic effects of the surface oil and the pools floating beneath; however, only after their technologies are in use on the planet can total eradication of the oil polluting the Gulf waters be achieved.” (Matthew Ward, May 19, 2010.)
“We … continue with our program to minimise the effects of pollution both on and off Earth.”(SaLuSa, May 12, 2010.)
BP Oil Spill: Clean-Up Crews Can’t Find Crude in the Gulf
As Size of Slick Shrinks, Experts Say Oil is Breaking Up, Staying Below Surface
BURAS, La. July 26, 2010
I can’t import the video that goes with the story but rush right over to ABC News and watch it: http://tinyurl.com/2ey272m . Listen to the “experts” attribute its disappearance to natural forces and dispersants when we know better.
For 86 days, oil spewed into the Gulf of Mexico from BP’s damaged well, dumping some 200 million gallons of crude into sensitive ecosystems. BP and the federal government have amassed an army to clean the oil up, but there’s one problem — they’re having trouble finding it.
Watch ‘World News‘ for the latest coverage on the Gulf oil spill.
At its peak last month, the oil slick was the size of Kansas, but it has been rapidly shrinking, now down to the size of New Hampshire.
Today, ABC News surveyed a marsh area and found none, and even on a flight out to the rig site Sunday with the Coast Guard, there was no oil to be seen.