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The real story behing the Miami zombie eating man. with links and fact!!s
08-29-2012, 08:44 AM #1
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here were some other stories leading up to the Miami zombie face eating man that will bring light onto the subject at hand.
A couple weeks earlier there was a smoking barrell found on the beach in Hollywood Florida, if you remember the Deep water horizon accident that sent millions of barrells of oil into the Gulf of Mexico then this puzzle will start to come together.
Link 1 will show the barrell that was found on the beach and was hauled away by HAZMAT teams and detonated nearby! How odd of these people to detonate something that they know nothing about!!?

Bp had to come up with a way to battle the oil in the Gulf of Mexico and Corexit wasn't the only solution they would try. BP decided to go against U.S. laws and use something else. An ancient bacteria that used to thrive in our ecosystem, that has been recluse deep below our surface for millions of years, only to be found and used WHERE? Of course, the Gulf of Mexico. Anything starting to make sense.
You see when they detonated the smoking barrell by HAZMAT, two days later a school close by came down with a strange illness, could it be the oil eating bacteria they helped spread by exploding this smoking barrell? I believe so!
another more in depth link on the oil eating bacteria and how it has already mutated in the Gulf...
: http://www.naturalnews.com/031090_Gulf_o...teria.html
08-29-2012, 08:59 AM #2
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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From source from your link:

It was found to be toxic to microscopic sea organisms, causing mutations to their DNA. If this plankton at the base of the marine food chain is contaminated, it could affect the whole ecosystem of the Gulf.

“The problem with mutant DNA is that it can be passed on and we don’t how this will affect fish or other marine life,” he says, adding that the effects could last for decades.


“…the phytoplankton, the bacteria, and the [microorganisms] that graze on them – the zooplankton – seem to be the most potentially impacted.” – Dr. David Hollander, USF Marine Geochemist: December 6, 2010: Video interview on WeatherBird II.

“This is like an opera where the main characters are Frankenstein and King Neptune. When the fat lady of the Gulf finally sings in the last act, there may not be much of an audience left to hear her.”

08-29-2012, 09:48 AM #3
borndead Member
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I agree, the only thing left will be the stench of a dead Gulf pilfering into other oceans...
08-29-2012, 08:05 PM #4
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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The scientists are researching this and, who knows, they may find a way to manipulate the mutant strain.

Also, it may be that the ocean is in for another round of extinctions due to low oxygen levels - as this has happened in the past.




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