Just Keep that Oil Invisible to TV Crews!

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The massive volcano of oil spewing out into the Gulf of Mexico will become a testing ground for a new potent mix of chemicals that are being shot deep undersea in an effort to stop oil from reaching the surface. Scientists for the oil companies are unsure of the ecological risk the dispersants may carry, but they will keep much of the oil from becoming visible to TV crews.

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Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

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