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“We have already had many deaths of humans directly attributed to this disaster,” says investigative journalist Dahr Jamail.
It’s been 1 year since the Deepwater Horizon oil rig leased by BP exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. The spill killed 11 rig workers, unleashed massive amounts of oil into the Gulf and started the largest environmental disaster in US history. One thing’s for sure, no mater how many times it drops out of the headlines this is not over. Continue reading →
This investigation aired last night on PBS and it gives much needed insight into the managerial culture at oil giant BP. Sure, we know there was greed, but their cost cutting is documented here in such detail you could go from cynical to shocked. You can’t say never again if you don’t really know what happened the first time. Oh and of course, our president is mentioned here…as he should be. Continue reading →
What eventually will happen, big picture, is that 5% of the country will have an experience like mine, lose a job because of something on Facebook or something.
And then 10%, and then it will be 15% and then it will stop because enough people will have seen it and enough people had it happen to them to too a friend that there will be a completely different level of wisdom that will emerge in society.