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Bad season in Northeastern Pacific

Steve O'Shea

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A tragic tale indeed, but refreshing to see a scientist stick there neck out on the block and use their common sense - that everything is interconnected.

We're having an ongoing, exhausting battle down here, although there is a ray of sunshine on the horizon. That ray will be extinguished if we get a change in government in an imminent election, because some opposition parties have pig-ignorant views! Of course this isn't the forum to express political views, but it is a terrible fact that politics does enter into it.
 

Infusoria

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A quote from the article:

"This, for instance, would be a truly bad year for an oil spill," she said.

Let's not tempt fate huh?
 

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