Concerns continue to grow over the unprecedented use of the dispersant Corexit during the BP oil spill in the Gulf. Scientists, fisherman and wildlife experts are rapidly trying to assess the initial damages to the Gulf ecosystem. A recent study conducted by the EPA claims that when mixed with oil, the dispersant is less toxic to aquatic life than oil alone. But at this point, with BP attempting to "buy the silence" of numerous scientists and million-dollar public relations campaigns, suspicions run high in regards to information doled out to the public by BP or any closely involved official institutions.

Here is an interesting report from Fox News 8 in New Orleans on the unknown effects of Corexit on the Gulf of Mexico:

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