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At last BP, under the watchful eye of Coast Guard, is making a realistic attempt to stop the flow of Oil some 80-plus days after it began. Now we get to find out if it works.

Oil from the BP oil spill in the shallows, East Grand Terre Island, Louisiana, 06/08/10. (photo: Reuters)
Oil from the BP oil spill in the shallows, East Grand Terre Island, Louisiana, 06/08/10. (photo: Reuters)

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+1 # Guest 2010-07-13 23:18
OK, this has become the oil industry laboratory from hell. We hope with all our hearts and souls that this latest approach to cap the well works and doesn't blow. But, clearly, the industry has ventured into an area where it has no expertise or experience. Spinmeister bastards who profit will position this as a "valuable learning experience." They have no idea.
 

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