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From: Sally (166.137.10.19)
Subject:         There is always a catch...
Date: August 16, 2010 at 8:33 am PST

In Reply to: Natural bacteria? posted by Jaq on August 15, 2010 at 5:52 pm:

Yes, there are naturally occurring
microorganisms that break down oil. But you
are right, there is a downside to it. Apparently
they produce heavy metals that can then build
up in the larger creatures that eat them.

I don't know if they ever tried to 'seed' the
microorganisms or not. But whatever already
existed in the gulf probably broke down some
of the oil. Here is a link if you are interested.


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