877 Dead Dolphins on Beach in Peru ...

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Re: 877 Dead Dolphins on Beach in Peru ...
In reply to Bill Randall, Apr 24, 2012

Hey Bill , Maybe a year ago they were swimming in the contaminated waters off of the coast at Fukushimo ! Just a guess , but the autopsies results would be interesting , but then I don't suppose they will be kean to make that public knowledge .

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Mr Roygbiv rainbow wrote:

Hey Bill , Maybe a year ago they were swimming in the contaminated waters off of the coast at Fukushimo ! Just a guess , but the autopsies results would be interesting , but then I don't suppose they will be kean to make that public knowledge .

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Good point which I failed to think of. You are also correct in regards to chances of any public official relating 877 dead dolphin to Fukushimo is very slim.

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In reply to Bill Randall, Apr 25, 2012

That grand, old song for school bus trips, "100 bottles of beer on the wall", has served generations of children and served them well.

I think you may have introduced some competition. Let's see if it catches on.

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The oil spill and use of dispersants had caused the collapse of the marine ecosystem which may not recover, perhaps for decades.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Oil_dispersants
http://www.mmc.gov/oil_spill/welcome.shtml
http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100901/full/467022a.html
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Peru is on the other side of central and South America.

Part of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem is fine. Other parts may never be the same again. Yes, dolphins are washing up on the Gulf Coast. You can thank the American lust for oil and the oil industry's lack of morals toward the ecosystem.

wklee wrote:

The oil spill and use of dispersants had caused the collapse of the marine ecosystem which may not recover, perhaps for decades.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Oil_dispersants
http://www.mmc.gov/oil_spill/welcome.shtml
http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100901/full/467022a.html
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Re: Wrong ocean
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bikinchris wrote:
Peru is on the other side of central and South America.

Part of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem is fine. Other parts may never be the same again. Yes, dolphins are washing up on the Gulf Coast. You can thank the American lust for oil and the oil industry's lack of morals toward the ecosystem.

wklee wrote:

The oil spill and use of dispersants had caused the collapse of the marine ecosystem which may not recover, perhaps for decades.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Oil_dispersants
http://www.mmc.gov/oil_spill/welcome.shtml
http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100901/full/467022a.html
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If only we rode horses still, this never would have happened.

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In reply to chiane, Apr 25, 2012

chiane wrote:

bikinchris wrote:
Peru is on the other side of central and South America.

Part of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem is fine. Other parts may never be the same again. Yes, dolphins are washing up on the Gulf Coast. You can thank the American lust for oil and the oil industry's lack of morals toward the ecosystem.

wklee wrote:

The oil spill and use of dispersants had caused the collapse of the marine ecosystem which may not recover, perhaps for decades.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Oil_dispersants
http://www.mmc.gov/oil_spill/welcome.shtml
http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100901/full/467022a.html

If only we rode horses still, this never would have happened.

If only people like you didn't exist, this would never have happened.

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Rupert Bottomsworth wrote:

chiane wrote:

If only we rode horses still, this never would have happened.

If only people like you didn't exist, this would never have happened.

It is comforting to know that, when you come to power, the reeducation camps will operate with a renewable energy source. Please just call it "renewable" and don't tell us what it is.

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In reply to Rupert Bottomsworth, Apr 25, 2012

What´s funny is that you´ll get called anti progress by the most conservative and anti-new energy sources people there are.

Remember: Millions of dead people and a ruined environment mean nothing to a fat lazy dumbtard driving his SUV to the next McDonalds.

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chiane wrote:

bikinchris wrote:
Peru is on the other side of central and South America.

Part of the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem is fine. Other parts may never be the same again. Yes, dolphins are washing up on the Gulf Coast. You can thank the American lust for oil and the oil industry's lack of morals toward the ecosystem.

wklee wrote:

The oil spill and use of dispersants had caused the collapse of the marine ecosystem which may not recover, perhaps for decades.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Oil_dispersants
http://www.mmc.gov/oil_spill/welcome.shtml
http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100901/full/467022a.html

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lownine wrote:

Rupert Bottomsworth wrote:

chiane wrote:

If only we rode horses still, this never would have happened.

If only people like you didn't exist, this would never have happened.

It is comforting to know that, when you come to power, the reeducation camps will operate with a renewable energy source. Please just call it "renewable" and don't tell us what it is.

I'm coming to power? Cool!

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In reply to NuFonaut, Apr 25, 2012

Fucushimo disaster , Deep Water Horizon or the wreck of the RENA , until they prove what killed those mamals , I will not be eating any Sushi anytime soon !

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In reply to Mr Roygbiv rainbow, Apr 25, 2012

Don't be ridiculous . . . everyone knows Obama killed those Dolphins (he went into the water wearing a wet suit w/ hoodie, and he choked each one to death with his own black hands) . . Read the posts here, he is the cause of everything bad that happens! The Drudge Report and Breitbart are doctoring the video as we speak to show Obama doing it! smile Believe anything right wing sites say!

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Fucushimo disaster , Deep Water Horizon or the wreck of the RENA , until they prove what killed those mamals , I will not be eating any Sushi anytime soon !

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In reply to knox, Apr 25, 2012

I Dolphink it was Abama , dolphinately not , he would only go for City Sharks . But I would guess that whatever killed those dolphins most likely is something they have eaten that was contaminated , and before they died they were crapping all over the Pacific Ocean for other sea life forms to indgest .
Like I said , for me sushi is off my menu !

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In reply to Mr Roygbiv rainbow, Apr 26, 2012

Okay Bill , what was the autopsie report on the dolphins ? Any news ? If they have had been cats , dogs or horses then all hell would have let loose . But because they were dolphins then that is perfectley acceptable because after all they were on the beach !

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were they protesting ?
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