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Sunday, October 28, 2012 

Earthquake Zones And Heavy Oil Pipelines Are A Very Dangerous Combination .... just sayin'

The powers behind 'Big Oil' really don't care about anything except huge profits. "Screw the environment .. screw aboriginal land .. screw wildlife ... let's just get this crude oil to China".


Yep. Cruise looking for pics showing how the prospectus ignored natural hazards complicating navigation. And the Exxon Valdez should be a cautionary tale of the fist water. The way that situation was 'dealt with' pioneered the disaster squared at the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon blowout. Dr. Riki Ott posted at HuffPo. A survivor, she studied what went wrong and has startling information. As do I. :)

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