Opinion from Geologist Chris Landau: Oil slick could cause climate change across Southern USA

Oil Slick Could Cause Drought across the Southern USA.

The weather is already changing. Clouds are not forming as readily above the oil slick.

The oil slick from the sunken Transocean owned Deep Water Horizon Rig and BP well is sealing the Gulf of Mexico’s sea water and preventing evaporation and clouds from forming.

Look, at the recent NASA photos. There is a hole in the cloud cover above the oil in the Gulf of Mexico. No clouds mean no evaporation has occurred, which equals no future rain, which means a coming drought.

The oil is sealing the water. Soon the Gulf of Mexico is going to have very quiet waters. We might even get “the painted ship upon the painted ocean” look. I think pouring this much oil onto troubled waters is just getting us into trouble.

It is later than we think. Climate change has arrived within two weeks. This is small but it will spread.

It is urgent that we get new wells drilled around this gusher before; the weather is changed in as little as a month. The American climate could change within a few months.

Can we get some action here?

Chris Landau
May 5, 2010

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One thought on “Opinion from Geologist Chris Landau: Oil slick could cause climate change across Southern USA

  1. Please listen to how Chris Landau shares the real conditions of the Gulf, the wells, the task of correcting the situation and how to open source the entire clean up process using E-Logs that will demonstrate the conditions of the Mud Logs. Chris really explains the entire situation so that we are all very clear what can be done right now.

    http://itsrainmakingtime.com/2010/chrislandau

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