Dedicated to exposing
the truth behind the BP Disaster
Many thanks to SouthWings and all those involved in this mission. It is so important to have trustworthy eyes in the sky!
I applaud you for creating this blog. This is the most objective overview of the current state of the spill which I have seen. Most of the news stories focus either on the engineering efforts to stop the leaks or on the onshore preparations for the coming damage.
Thanks so much, John, for keeping us informed. I can never thank you enough for all you do.
John - great video and reporting. I've not been getting regular news while we were on Dauphin Island (no tv or internet - just being there living it.) Saw news first time last night and feel yours was way more informative. THANKS for all you do! Please keep up the good work. I'll be following your posts. Thanks.
Great work, John and Southwings! Citizen journalism scoops the ForProfit Media AGAIN! ForProfit media doesn't have time for this sort of depth. Gotta run them commercials!
As always a tremendous job John, thank you for this account and to Southwings of course. A true perspective showing the magnitude of this disaster. Hope to see you soon dear friend, Carla Garcia Zendejas
Thank you one and all!I will be posting a new video and boku photos soon, I promise!
Fantastic work. Thank you, for showing us the truth about how bad this spill really is. There are also more pictures taken from space and updated. Plus they have a scale of miles/kilometers for reference... http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/event.php?id=43733
Thank you for all your hard work in bringing to light this horrible tragedy.
Great job! keep up the good work! Dont let them fool us. Keep a good eye on them!!!
John: i have been following your work on the Perry County Coal Ash horror. I went to Perry County to view and tried to find out who owned, went to the courthouse and was refused to see any documents. Said they were in someone else's office. Legal Schnauzer, Roger Shuler gave me your name and your website. I am so glad that someone is on top of this as well as the oilspill. Someone has to be the voice of reason with these crooks and liars. Thank You...Sherry in Mountain Brook
I keep hearing this referred to as a spill, which it isn't...it's a leak and we haven't begun to see the end or enormity of it. In addition to the immediate damage, the issue of the toxicity or ineffectiveness of the dispersant being used has yet to be addressed.
John, my kids are so upset about this. They want to know if we can come down and help clean the birds and other wildlife? Stephanie v.S. (Waterkeeper)
I think it was outrageously irresponsible and greedy for BP to have failed to put in proper safety precautions to prevent this tragedy from happening. Putting in the right safety measures would have cost much less than the amount BP will have to pay to put this tragedy right. A whole way of life and all the wildlife that live in the Gulf have been almost completely destroyed. It makes me sad to think of all the animals that have died painful deaths because of BP. I think BP deserves to go bankrupt, and it should be wiped from the face of the (now not so clean) earth.Ingrid (Stephanie's daughter, age 11)
I am so saddened to see so many animals large and small dying in the marshes and ocean. The images of dying dolphins is a powerful visual tool and every human on the planet should see it. I am afraid for the food chain and can only imagine for the next 50 years or so things will become very desperate for animals as well as man.
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