Friday, July 16, 2010

BP Paying Off Universities And Gulf Scientists In Mass To Hide Oil Spill Research Data From The Public

If the people of the Gulf have had one advocate throughout the BP Gulf Oil Spill it has been the scientific community.

They have not been afraid to step and challenge BP and The Federal Government over the existence of underwater plumes, the dangers of the dispersants BP is using, or the safety of Gulf waters.

The scientific community has sounded the alarm on skyrocketing arsenic levels in the Gulf while the Government has kept quiet and has exposed the improper BP cleanup practices that are contaminating Gulf beaches.

Scientist have come forward to reveal the real location of the oil spill, exposed the lies about oil and methane plumes, and have alerted the public to severely low-balled flow rates.

The list goes on and on.

However those days may soon becoming to an end.

A startling new report from the Alabama Register reveals BP is trying to buy up Gulf scientists and Universities in mass to prevent them from releasing research data to the public.

For the last few weeks, BP has been offering signing bonuses and lucrative pay to prominent scientists from public universities around the Gulf Coast to aid its defense against spill litigation.

See more at the link.

BP Paying Off Universities And Gulf Scientists In Mass To Hide Oil Spill Research Data From The Public

1 comment:

~~Just Me in T~~ said...

We are sharing a story~~~~

so they now have capped the well...... And if the caps holds and the cleanup can really get underway ... what then? You really trust BP to tell the truth about the real devastation?

It is reported that scientists are being offered $250.00 per hour by BP, if they will simply sign on the dotted line, and keep silent about their work and findings for at least the next three years. Traitor? such a strong word "Judas" .... you choose....

http://just-me-in-t.blogspot.com/2010/07/judas-money-sign-on-dotted-line.html

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