When do you think the Gulf coast oil spill will be plugged?
Efforts to capture spewing oil following the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion five weeks ago have had limited success. The expanding slick has ridden a steady sea breeze onto 70 miles of Louisiana's shoreline and into shellfish-rich estuaries. The sight of oil-soaked brown pelicans is now common, and BP is now attempting a risky 'top kill' maneuver in an attempt to plug the spill. If the top kill maneuver doesn't succeed, it could actually make the leak worse.
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