Oil and Bad Weather Just Donít Mix: All Eyes on Alex

Forecasters believe the Gulf oil spill will soon begin to feel the impact of tropical storms and hurricanes, which will delay efforts to capture the oil and drill relief wells. 
All eyes are currently on Tropical Storm Alex, a weather system continuing to strengthen in the Caribbean.

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Beng Kiat Low
low beng kiat7 years ago


Peggy Peters
Peggy Peters7 years ago

Pray for help, my friends, this situation is getting uglier everyday!

Tammy Smith
T Zabel7 years ago

This just breaks my heart

Julie Akers
Julie Akers7 years ago

I have a feeling this won't be the only storm we will be holding our breat about this season. I cannot believe that there are people out there who still believe in drilling...

Eli Is Here
.7 years ago

I hope they can get this mess cleaned up!

Tammy Davis
Tammy Davis7 years ago


Nancy Forler
Past Member 7 years ago

Way to go Glen!!!!! I just read another report that shows that the majority of senators who get the most money from the oil companies are from Texas and Alaska!!!!!! Now it is time to make all of them responsible for this bribe money they received to their only concern was to line their pockets and live the good life!!!!!

Past Member
Past Member 7 years ago

Does everyone now see what our own greed has cost us.. our Planet.. it is dying.. and it is our fault.. BP will abandon their "so called efforts" if, and when the storm hits.. the OIL IS STILL GUSHING IT WILL BECOME A GEYSER.. AND THEN WHO WILL STOP IT????

Rocco Sapareto
Rocco Sapareto7 years ago

I think the only way out of this is to hope that a comet hits the earth. We don't deserve to be here. This leak cannot be stopped.

Sakura l.
Yu L7 years ago

this terrifies me