Reminder: Mother Nature leaks more oil into the oceans than man probably even could

Reminder: Mother Nature leaks more oil into the oceans than man probably even could
Oil rigs off the California coast. KPBS video, YouTube

[Ed. – Re-engineer the planet. It doesn’t behave itself the way radical “environmentalists” would like.]

In January 1969, a Unocal offshore platform accident occurred six miles off the coast of Santa Barbara.  The high-end estimated oil spill volume was 4.2 million gallons. …

Nearly 20 years after Unocal, on Good Friday 1989, Captain Joseph Hazelwood carelessly guided the Exxon-Valdez into Bligh Reef, Alaska, spilling an estimated 10.8 million gallons of oil into Prince William Sound. …

The biggest oil spill tragedy in U.S. waters was the Deepwater Horizon blowout in April 2010 … causing an estimated 210-million-gallon spill into the Gulf of Mexico.

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In the Gulf of Mexico, there are over 600 natural oil seeps that leak anywhere from 42 million to 210 million gallons of oil a year.  Who is responsible for this attack on the environment?  Blame it on Mother Nature!

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