Friday, September 17, 2010

Karl makes landfall near Veracruz; Igor slightly weaker ~Wunderblog
~Hurricane Karl as seen by the MODIS instrument on NASA's Terra satellite at 12:20 pm CDT on Thursday, September 16, 2010. Image credit: NASA.

Forget NPR, Shearer, The Big Uneasy, me: Maria Garzino still wants answers

Second big fish kill in less than week reported in Plaquemines Parish
~Bob Warren

Slabbed goes on assignment and strikes cyber gold

Sitting On My Porch Part Fifty Four ~Cliff's Crib

1 comment:

Horatio Algeranon said...


Not sure if you saw this article on research that shows that, given the choice, the so-called "oil-eating bacteria" in the Gulf prefer gas!*

Might pose a slight problem for the official NOAA "oil budget" story, seeing as a good part of the oil was supposedly consumed by "oil-eating bacteria".

It's kind of like accusing your 3-year old for eating all your low-carb vegetable bars when he actually ate the chocolate bars from his halloween bag.

*and who can blame them? Horatio prefers gas too, especially when he goes to fill up his tank. Refining all that oil in the kitchen got to be so messy...