Re: Petroleum giant hires Gulf scientists
Posted by Deborah on 7/23/10
Please address that remark to Gulf coast residents.
I'll get the popcorn.
On 7/23/10, Rem Dude wrote:
> BP has the right to protect their data. Unless they are
> barring the Federal government from access to the site, this
> is much ado about nothing.
> On 7/23/10, johncodie wrote:
>> 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
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