Toxicity is highly dependent on concentration. Are these things good at high concentrations? Of course not. Are we better off emulsifying the oil so we can get encourage bio-remediation? Of course.
I've got degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering and worked in the environmental business for 16 years, including owning my own consulting firm. You would recognize the names of many of the clients I had.
If you're going to stick your head in the sand and spam nonsense, you might as well be a liberal.
He was right!
I never said ALL dispersants are bad. I don’t give a flying *%&^ how many degrees you have, NONE of them make you an expert on millions of gallons of Corexit being used 5000 feet under the water. BP, EPA have both admitted this is uncharted territory.
I would hope than anyone that owns a computer knows how to copy and paste. If they don’t, they are sure wasting a lot of time. Are you suggesting that we should retype every link and article rather than copy or cut and paste? You are a maroon. Don’t bother to reply to me again, I won’t respond. How much Nalco stock do you own?