Then a Mass of sea ice forced drilling to halt, raising even further doubts about spill cleanup.

In other news, The Arctic Challenger left Bellingham, Washington in the middle of the night last week and hasn’t been seen since. Sea testing? On its way to the Arctic while undergoing sea testing? We don’t really know, even though the administration and Shell both promised the communities of the Arctic and the rest of us—transparency.

It is going to be a long, slow, well deserved apocalypse.

http://earthjustice.org/blog/2012-september/shell-s-happy-mood-smashed-by-ice

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