Tuesday, January 11, 2011

NEWS ALERT---Canaries in the Coal Mine: Gulf Blue Plague Warnings

Editor's NOTE:

I have not been able to independently verify the startling claims made by Michael Edward although it is intriguing that Professor Samantha Joye is documenting some very strange findings on the Gulf sea floor HERE... that may be related to what Edward is referring to--time will tell.

Anecdotally, I have personally spoken with multiple people who worked for several weeks in the VOO (Vessel of Opportunity) program in close proximity to surface oil off the coast of Orange Beach Alabama who indicated that they have continued to suffer chronic respiratory problems which date to their employment with BP.

It is also clear that Gulf Coast residents who did not work in the oil clean-up effort have also reported suspicious illnesses that appear related to airborn exposure to both oil byproducts and chemical dispersants. For more information on this aspect see Dr. Ricky Ott's site and this CNN interview

I encourage all readers to visit Gulf Blue Plague and Vision World Portal on a frequent basis to follow the ongoing reports that Michael Edward is making on this critical environmental catastrophe. Consider listening to the lengthy videos below.

Please consider visiting Dr. Samantha Joye's Gulf Oil Blog for scientific updates on the effects of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

At the very least, an extremely serious ecological problem still exists in the northern Gulf of Mexico, the direct result of the Macondo Well explosion and the resultant massive oil contamination that ensued.

--Dr. J. P. Hubert

By: Michael Edward
The Gulf Blue Plague
08 Jan, 2011

“It’s technically possible that we could introduce a genetic material into indigenous bugs via a bacteriophage“—a virus that infects bacteria—“to give local microbes DNA that would allow them to break down oil”--Terry Hazen of the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab said.

“Either that, or a lab could create a completely new organism that thrives in the ocean, eats oil, and needs a certain stimulant to live…”

Hazen’s team found that microbes inside the plume samples were packed more than twice as densely as microbes outside it. Even more encouraging, the genes specifically geared to degrade hydrocarbons were more common in the plume as well, implying that it’s not just general bacteria that are taking on the plume.

For a very interesting discussion of the Gulf Blue Plague see:
The Gulf BLUE PLAGUE is Evolving

Michael Edward claims BP is using synthetically (laboratory produced) derived Oil-Eating bacteria in the Gulf of Mexico along with Nutrient (trace mineral elements used as bacterial fertilizer) seeded Corexit (chemical dispersant).


Science Magazine

National Geographic

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

ABOUT Michael Edward:

On August 10, 2010 Michael Edward of the WORLD VISION PORTAL published his first findings regarding the BP Gulf Oil Disaster causing health problems and the symptoms of those living along the Gulf coast. The article was entitled THE GULF BLUE PLAGUE IS EVOLVING and was the first time this disease was given the name GULF BLUE PLAGUE.

Shortly after, Michael revealed how synthetic gene bacteria had been used by BP in the Gulf of Mexico and how microorganisms and bacteriophages in the Gulf were mutating as a result.

Michael has lived on the Gulf Coast in Southwest Florida for over 20 years and spent time sailing in the Gulf waters until the BP Oil Disaster. He is currently the caretaker for a non-profit animal rescue and sanctuary.

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