Saturday, May 1, 2010

Lisa Jackson is touring areas likely to be affected by BP oil spill of April 20, 2010!

EPA Announcements "News Release by Date: Emergency Response"!OpenDocument Contact Brendan Gilfillan

April 30th, 2010 - Mississippi, Louisiana, and  Alabama, States located in the Gulf Coast area of the United States are likely to be impacted by the oil spill from the explosion and successive expulsion of thousands of gallons of crude oil per hour into the Gulf Coast Eco-system. Administrator Lisa P. Jackson will be accompanied by; Homeland Security head, Janet Napolitano and U.S. Interior Secretary, Ken Salazar. Today, a public meeting will be held in New Orleans, LA.
Greater Little Zion Baptist Church, 5130 Chartres Street, New Orleans, Louisiana - The meeting starts in one hour, today 05/01/2010.

I am thankful for hands-on administrators! Thank you for your public service.

Dear Administrator Jackson, I beg you to speak to those who have studied Historical Geology, Weather, and Oceanography. The Gulf Coast delta region is an important link in the chain of ocean currents, cooling and heating ~ not including the life forms that are going to be affected. Those lifeforms include human...

If we were all "bubble people" and had one giant filter, that caused clean oxygen to flow, and someone in the bubble kept throwing maple syrup on that filter, it wouldn't be long until there was not enough air.

In the case of the Gulf Coast Eco-system, it was a giant filter that is already distressed by the sediment problems. That water travels the globe, all the way around. At one point, the waters are cooled and as they come back around we are blessed with cool ocean breezes, and cleaner water.

I believe we must make drastic changes in the way our society has gone toward the combustion engine to mostly make things go "Faster". We are hurrying to our demise. Bicycles, walking and public transport only make sense. 20 Trillion fuel hungry metal missiles are not a need - really it is a horrible want.

Thank you for all you do. Thank you for doing your best to protect human health. Thank you for every "one thing" that is done to enhance and protect our habitat. Peace.

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