Top scientist: Only one ship testing methane levels in Gulf, NOAA hiding results; Amount is “just startlingly high” | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Top scientist: Only one ship testing methane levels in Gulf, NOAA hiding results; Amount is “just startlingly high”

[UGA marine scientist Samantha Joye] notes “I have read the reports from NOAA and I have yet to see methane measurements.”

She says “the biggest hole [in research on the disaster] is the gas data.” …

Joye says the amount of methane that’s getting into the air is unknown because only one ship is actually doing any measuring of gases in the air.

“BP affirms that it [methane] has seeped into the atmosphere, as if it doesn’t matter,” says Joye. “But it’s a potent greenhouse gas. We don’t have enough data right now.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Nobody is measuring the methane in the atmosphere because you cannot blame that on people and tax them for it. The focus (and measurements) remain on CO2 because the public can be tricked into accepting the blame for it, and paying a carbon tax.

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