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The LAT intro reads: "So-called burn boxes are torching oil from the water's surface at the sacrifice of turtles, crabs, sea slugs and other sea life."

Burning the leaked BP crude oil on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, 05/06/10. (photo: Reuters)
Burning the leaked BP crude oil on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico, 05/06/10. (photo: Reuters)

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0 # Guest 2010-06-18 14:24
This way of disposing of the oil is simply creating air pollution. There is a way to dispose of every molecule without touching the surface of the water and without creating air pollution and black oily smoke. It was invented several years ago, has been successfully tested and is patented but so far the oil companies have show no interest in it.
 

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