19 July 2010

Toxic Rain Hits Heartland (video)

Here are two home videos showing the effects of toxic rain on plants in the heartland of America.
The first one is from Iowa, that great breadbasket state that produces corn and wheat for the nation. The second is from the great state of Kentucky, the blue-grass state, famous for race horses and fried chicken. What's up? Winds are bring rain from the Gulf far inland and then dropping the contaminated water, destroying plants and ? animals.
Prime suspect: Corexit 9500

How far will this go? How much can America stand of this.
Will famine result from this rain? Does it harm humans too? We shall soon see.

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