Massive Gulf oil spill creeps outward...

Massive Gulf oil spill creeps outward, while efforts to stop the fl...

There are 7 comments on the 5News KFSM story from May 2, 2010, titled Massive Gulf oil spill creeps outward, while efforts to stop the fl.... In it, 5News KFSM reports that:

BP's chairman defended his company's safety record and said Sunday that "a failed piece of equipment" was to blame for a massive oil spill along the Gulf Coast, where President Barack Obama was headed for a firsthand update on the slick creeping toward American shores.

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big daddy g

Fayetteville, AR

#1 May 10, 2010
this proves we dont need to drill offfshore anymore
Voter

Centerton, AR

#2 May 10, 2010
Is anybody asking what kind of chemicals is going in the Gulf. I mean if it eats or thins oil, it can't be much better than the oil it'self? Maybe I an dumb but I don't trust anything going on or being said about this and I don't hear any questions being asked at all.
Junky

Van Buren, AR

#3 May 26, 2010
Yeah, I'm worried about BP too, the EPA told them to stop using the surface dispersants because of toxicity issues and BP told them no...

I've tried to find if they've ever said what was in that stuff but nobody in BP or the gov't has said what it's made of... which is very worrying...
G Black

AOL

#4 May 30, 2010
When BP experts cut the oil pipe to place the cap over the well.

1. The pipe and cap are threaded.(Or whatever BP determines is the best way to adhere the cap and pipe together.)

2. There should be an open valve on the cap.(The open valve enables the cap to be placed on the pipe without any resistance.)

3. Cap on, valve closed.
LDCB

Clarksville, AR

#6 May 31, 2010
I was wondering what would happen if a hurricane were to hit the coast where the oil spill is? I am wondering about the effect of the oil that could be dispersed in the air....even for spin off tornadoes that sometimes happen further inland...would the tornadoes become bigger or more intense, or change in any aspect because of the oil?
Junky

Van Buren, AR

#7 May 31, 2010
Hurricanes are fed by heat rising off the water in the form of heated water vapor (evaporated water).

Not sure if the oil in the water would slow that down or add more heat into the water because it's darker than water and absorbs more heat from the sun...

Could turn a hurricane into a thunderstorm or into a super hurricane (goodbye New Orleans?)

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#8 May 31, 2010
I hope its not Goodbye New Orleans.........but the whole possibility is terrifying. Not only do we have to worry and grieve over the oil spill itself....and its devastation.......we have possibly even more catastrophic events on the horizon.....Please God..........help us find a way to fix this situation.....

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