Gulf of Mexico 52 times more toxic from Corexit "Clean-Up" than from the original oil spill itself ~ link ~ link ~ Also see: Ocean currents in North Atlantic showing no Loop Current still exists ~ link ~ Also see: Heat patterns in North Atlantic showing reduced heat transfer to UK and Europe ~ link ~ This was one of the great criminal events of the new 21st Century. Key insiders and Goldman Sacks sold out their BP stock about a month before the so-called BP Gulf Oil "Accident". The effects of the sunken oil (Corexit only sinks the oil) on the globally vital Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico has been to totally KILL THE LOOP CURRENT. This has had a dramatic effect on the Global Thermohaline Circulation System with climate changes all over the World over the last two years. Stirling
The study found that mixing the dispersant with oil increased toxicity of the mixture up to 52-fold over the oil alone. In toxicity tests in the lab, the mixture’s effects increased mortality of rotifers, a microscopic grazing animal at the base of the Gulf’s food web. The findings are published online by the journal Environmental Pollution and will appear in the February 2013 print edition.
Sweden: Record low for the Winter Season ~ link ~
Forecasters said the storm would
“This month is going to be in the top few coldest Novembers of record,” Thoman said. “It’s not going to be the coldest, but it might be the fourth or fifth.”
That would put it just ahead of November 2011, which ranked as the sixth-coldest November on record with an average temperature of minus 8.2, in large part because of a pre-Thanksgiving cold snap that resulted in the coldest week — average temperature of 30.1 below — ever recorded in Fairbanks before Thanksgiving. Thoman said this November and last will be the coldest back-to-back Novembers on record.