Worth a Look: Sick Fish in the Gulf of Mexico

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Sick fish in Gulf are alarming scientists

Unusual number a ‘huge red flag’ to scientists, fishermen

pnj.com, May 8, 2011

Red snapper with abnormal stripes caught by a local commercial fisherman. Scientists are seeing a growing number of Gulf fish with lesions and other health problems and are conducting tests to determine whether they are related to the BP oil spill. / Special to the News Journal

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Phi Beta Iota: If we spent just half of the current US secret intelligence budget of $80 billion a year on monitoring the Earth and creating a real-time grid for establishing the true cost of all products, services, and events (such as the Gulf oil disaster), we would be much more likely to create a prosperous world at peace.  The militarization of “security” may well be–along with the industrialization of agriculture–two of the greatest crimes against humanity in modern times.

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