Tests Now Being Conducted for Corexit and Oil … Results Not Very Reassuring

Tuesday, November 2, 2010
By Paul Martin

by George Washington

Real testing is starting to be conducted on dispersant and oil in the Gulf, the results are not looking so good:

•U.S. Government press release says NOAA, FDA now testing for dispersant: Corexit ingredient DOSS found in 13 samples — Up to 500 ppm allowed in shrimp, crabs, oysters [“DOSS” stands for Dioctyl Sulfosuccinate Sodium Salt – which might be nastier than BP is telling us]
•Crab containing 8,815 ppm of hydrocarbons had NO smell or sight of oil — “We were astonished there were levels like that”
•Research team “uncovered a PAH bonanza” — And just 190 parts per BILLION of PAHs is “considered pretty toxic” says professor at NASA installation.

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