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Old 06-30-2010, 02:30 PM
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These 10 things will cause you more harm than Oil Spill in Gulf Of Mexico will


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You can look each of these up on the EPA site and find there harmful chemicals and heath hazards!
http://www.epa.gov/

10. Mothballs


9. Pesticides

8. Pressed Wood Products

7. Chemicals in Carpet

6. Laser Printers Chemicals

5. Lead Paint


4. Air Fresheners and Cleaning Solutions

3. Baby Bottles and BPA

2. Flame Retardants

1. Cosmetic Phthalates
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[QUOTE="W";170965]These 10 things will cause you more harm than Oil Spill in Gulf Of Mexico will


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You can look each of these up on the EPA site and find there harmful chemicals and heath hazards!
http://www.epa.gov/

10. Mothballs

9. Pesticides

8. Pressed Wood Products

7. Chemicals in Carpet

6. Laser Printers Chemicals

5. Lead Paint

4. Air Fresheners and Cleaning Solutions

3. Baby Bottles and BPA

2. Flame Retardants

1. reading all your BS
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Yep and probably 8 out of 10 of them is because they contain....

Drumroll please.....







OIL!!: fireworks:
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Could someone please delete this thread? Thanks in advance.
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They didn't list these items as more deadly/harmful/toxic than the oil spill.

W, did you make that part up? C'mon now, tell the truth!
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They didn't list these items as more deadly/harmful/toxic than the oil spill.

W, did you make that part up? C'mon now, tell the truth!

You deal with these toxic things everyday and your more likely to die from this or get sick from these 10 above than OIL...FACTS....EPA look it up
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Source EPA

Air


Air Data >>
EPA has observed odor-causing pollutants associated with oil on the shore in the gulf region at low levels. Some of these chemicals may cause short-lived effects like headache, eye, nose and throat irritation, or nausea. Some people may be able to smell several of these chemicals at levels well below those that would cause short-term health problems.

EPA is also conducting additional air monitoring for ozone and airborne particulate matter. The air monitoring conducted through June 28 has found levels of ozone and particulates ranging from the "good" to "unhealthy for sensitive groups" levels on EPA's Air Quality Index.
Water

Water Data >>
Surface water results collected along the Gulf coast on June 22 & 23, 2010 found no compounds exceeding chronic water benchmarks.
Sediment

Sediment Data >>
Sediment samples collected June 20, 2010 along the Gulf coast did not reveal elevated levels for chemicals that are usually found in oil.
Waste Management

Waste Information >>
EPA deployed field teams to collect a small number of samples of oily debris, tar balls, mousse oil and other petroleum waste products that have washed up on the shore along the Gulf Coast. Preliminary results have only shown chemical constituents that are usually found in petroleum products and typical health precautions should be taken.
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Look it up...I did. Nowhere on there did it say that these 10 things are worse than the Gulf oil spill!
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http://www.epa.gov/bpspill/water.html
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you forgot a few more harmful things than those listed: obamass health care,stimulus,morotorium, and just obamass in general
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Just admit it .............Its not a Toxic Disaster......typical health precautions should be taken.

That basically means just be have an understanding.....If you scared stay away
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you forgot a few more harmful things than those listed: obamass health care,stimulus,morotorium, and just obamass in general

Those are long term effects..can't clean that up with Dawn soap
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w..... can you do us all a favor and shut the **** up ?
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BUT let me hear it YAK EM.............EPA dont know crap about marsh grass and oil either right? They are paid off by BP also?
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w..... can you do us all a favor and shut the **** up ?
Just say Im right
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Yeah it's obvious it's not toxic to us.

What are some things that fish, shrimp, oysters, and marine organisms encounter that are more toxic than oil? So in terms of the resources that many coastal Louisiana residents rely on to support their families....this oil spill is toxic.
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Just say Im right
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W, your ignorance is known by all, you cant prove yourself right


where on the epa site does it say that everyone will forget about this spill in august?
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Yeah it's obvious it's not toxic to us.

What are some things that fish, shrimp, oysters, and marine organisms encounter that are more toxic than oil? So in terms of the resources that many coastal Louisiana residents rely on to support their families....this oil spill is toxic.

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