It’s no disaster!
When I was a kid more oil than that boiled to the surface NATURALLY 24/7 and wound up on the braches from Santa Barbara to the Mexican border and the only harm was that when i went to the beach I got scrubed down in a washtub with kerosene to remove the tar before I could come in the house.
I doesn’t happen today because of the offshore oil drilling that reduced the gas presure and only a small amount, comparatavially, boils up today.
Didn’t realize. How did the wildlife survive along those beaches?
Read the article excerpt posted at this link:
“25,000 barrel-a-day leak rate” is the current estimate and it could go to 100,000 barrels a day. At just the 25K rate, it rivals the Exxon Valdez spill.
This really is a disaster, unfortunately.