seafood mutations from bp oil spill
mutated blind shrimp
i saw something about contaminated shrimp posted by a friend of mine on his fb page and looked up the article, there was some disturbing information that will make me reconsider eating seafood presently. which makes me sad as i love seafood. but as my dietary consumption has moved towards more healthy ingredients this will make me move off sea food for a while.
the conflict in info being released also raises some eyebrows.
POSTED BY: ink5000 @4/21/2012 11:08:26 AM
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(@4/21/2012 8:04:05 PM):
Obviously, oil spills are never good things. However, spills have been happening for a long time-
there was a huge spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 1979, for example.
Things will get back to normal eventually. Some species will rebound faster than others.
In the meantime, I eagerly anticipate Solar cells becoming more efficient, Wind becoming more efficient, maybe even fusion energy (finally) getting achieved for our energy needs. We'll still need oil for plastics and many other uses, though, for the foreseeable future.
(@4/22/2012 6:49:27 AM):
this is true greg. i just found this real interesting, i have not seen anything like this at the store myself. but since we have our own port and have local fish for our consumption i am sure we would not be seeing this too much. but i also dont know how much seafood we have imported from other areas. for things like shrimp.
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