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Experts Puzzled at RED Gulf Oil Slick

                       Experts Puzzled at Red Gulf Oil Slick
                                   This occurrence is highly unusual

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One of the most defining traits of any oil spill is the fact that it's black. The tar and crude cover the surface of land or water in a thin, black layer, which causes a lot of damage, and also gives the slick its characteristic look. But this does not appear to be the case with the most recent disaster of this nature. The oil spill taking place in the Gulf of Mexico for the last month has covered the waters of the Atlantic Ocean with a reddish slick, which has left scientists puzzled. They infer that the mixing process currently taking place between water and oil must have something to do with this peculiar event, but a connection is not immediately visible...

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/Experts-Puzzled-at-Red-Gulf-Oil-Slick-142907.shtml

 

LINK to Related Article:

Why Is the Gulf Oil Slick Red?
http://www.livescience.com/technology/Gulf-Oil-Slick-Color-Red-100524.html

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