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I hate to be a "Debbie Downer", but it doesn't look good. They are saying the water direction changes during the hurricane season, and the oil could actually start heading toward Mexico. I hope they are wrong!!!

 

According to The Huffington Post, "MEXICO CITY — Mexican officials fear the Gulf oil spill could reach their coasts if the leak is not stopped by August, when seasonal currents start to reverse and flow south. They also worry about the impact of the upcoming hurricane season. So far prevailing currents have carried at least 4 million gallons of spilled oil from a damaged BP well toward the north and east, away from Mexico and toward U.S. shores. But those currents start to shift by August, and by October the prevailing currents have reversed toward Mexico."

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