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- This is an interesting forum/discussion, in light of recent events...I was searching on red tide and seismic together...
In california deserts we dont see a lot of red tide events; I suppose that the people of Sarasota and the Florida Keys will be looking for the govmint to plug the oil volcano...
My hope is that every county and parish will build sand barriers against the surge of sludge which is headed for the atlantic. I will be following your progress on the Observer.
Don't wait for the FeDs to show up when they can get their pictures taken in the oil-covered beaches!
- At a meeting a couple of months ago Representative Keith Fitzgerald pointed out that very few Florida jobs would be created by the proposal. On the strength of that, they need to go back to the drawing board.
It might be interesting to set up a few hundred of those new floating windmill turbines, though, and run the power ashore right here in Sarasota. Make sure Sarasota people get the jobs.
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