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May 10, 2010

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Steve B

From the article:

"One future direction is to try and actually drill into them...more fundamentally, we're going to look at the actual degradation of the oil by microorganisms and maybe even see what organisms are trapped in this…very much like the La Brea Tar Pits."

Because freeing things trapped for thirty-five millennia can't possibly go wrong...

saramin

It's the black cancer!

Bryan Alexander

Indeed, @SteveB. Did you see this story, too: http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/011142.html ?

My eyeballs are ready to roll, @saramin.

Steve B

@Bryan, I had not.

*reads article*

I have no words in response to this. Mind you, I have lots of *vocalizations*, but no words.

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