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Oil spill

Discussion in 'Political Forum' started by muddy river, May 27, 2010.

  1. Shorty Active Member

    If I recall correcty there are 27,000 gallons of water in one acre per inch in height.

    My guess is that much of the oil has never made it to the surface due to the dispersants used near the well head.
  2. Labwhisperer Active Member


    One acre-inch is the volume of water necessary to cover an acre 1 inch deep or the amount of water falling on an acre in a 1-inch rain. One acre-inch equals 3,630 cubic feet or 27,154 gallons.
  3. muddy river Active Member

    Which is good news as the ocean will take care of the oil below the surface. Oil is constantly leaking into the oceans from the sea floor and the ocean takes care of that. It's the oil that hits land that will cause the most trouble. From what I've heard I might add. i could be wrong.
  4. Labwhisperer Active Member

    You might be on to something here Muddy ? or it could all be a conspiracy ? The world is one messed up place Im just renting some time here
  5. muddy river Active Member

    I borrowed labwhisperer's link. Good video.
  6. Willhuntforfood Well-Known Member

    Well at least they stopped the leak..... the millions of creatures that will die over the deal makes me sick.

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