Follow us!

    Re: Petroleum giant hires Gulf scientists

    Posted by johncodie on 7/23/10

    On 7/17/10, Deborah wrote:

    The report by NPR this morning is that BP got up and left
    without any additional contact. South Alabama has evidently
    held firm with not signing a Contract that would restrict
    its ability to provide peer review data to the scientific
    community. It appears to be the standard form legal
    documents the tobacco industry tried unsucessfuly to impose
    on its research scientist. If I am not mistaken each state
    reserves the right to mandate disclosure of health related
    issues. Each scientist indicated that their reputation was
    more important than selling out to a corporate giant. Since
    BP was reported to have doctored pictures of the response
    command center, it is clear they are looking for whores of
    the industry without british accents. From what i know of
    the scientist that enjoy the coast, and their affection for
    the work and enviroment, they won't be selling out. Alot of
    outsiders will be pulled in to look like they are locals.
    $225 an hour is too small for selling your soul and
    heritage/legacy. I belive the mold whores went from $300 to

    Posts on this thread, including this one

  Site Map:  Home Chatboards Legal Jobs Classified Ads Search Contacts Advertise
  © 1996 - 2013. All Rights Reserved. Please review our Terms of Use, Mission Statement, and Privacy Policy.