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  1. It is a natural wonder that Mother Nature can heal such catastrophic oil spills as the Deepwater Horizon referenced above. During the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989 it was said that the cleanup caused more damage to beaches than the actual spill.

    When we think of such things we should ask ourselves what became of all the crude and gasoline spilled during World War Two?

    I love our environment dearly and I am thankful That Mother Nature is a tough old girl.

    1. At one time, I read that the geology of the Gulf of Mexico is such that about 1/4 of the amount of oil spilled by the Deepwater Horizon naturally seeps into the Gulf each year and is digested by certain microbes.

      Granted, we don’t want to spill oil in the ocean, but if we do, the ocean will clean it up.

    2. Two of the Best beaches(annual lists) are Gulf beaches in Bradenton/Sarasota area, when wind and tides are right the tar balls still wash up. No one was ever properly prosecuted for the deaths and destruction.

  2. Lily or others,

    I just got an email from Space Weather about some spectacular auroras being seen over southern Canada and the Northern US.
    Was anyone able to see it?

    I’ve never seen one but hope to one day. The picture they posted from Kalispell, Montana looks absolutely amazing!! I’m sure it’s much better in person.

    Just wondering

    Have a Rockin great day!

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