Question by trevathantim: If we can turn salt water into fresh water [de-salinization] is there a way to separate oil spill water?
With the current oil spill in the gulf of Mexico approaching 5 million spilled barrels and 18,000 million [18 billion] barrels of oil spilled in Ecuador
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Filmmaker Joe Berlinger’s provocative documentary explores the ongoing battle waged by 30,000 indigenous Ecuadorans and their lawyers against Chevron for dumping 18 billion gallons of toxic oil waste into the Amazon. Berlinger examines the environmental catastrophe — dubbed the “Amazon Chernobyl” — from all sides, following the drama as it moves from the contamination site to the courtroom and beyond, even landing on the cover of Vanity Fair.
Cast:Steven Donziger, Trudie StylerDirector:Joe BerlingerGenres:Documentary, Political Documentaries, Social & Cultural DocumentariesThis movie is:Heartfelt, CerebralFormat:DVD and streaming (HD available)
Answer by IMPEACH ME
Yes, however, the magnitude and immensity of the spill make it impossible. The only solution is imploding the main well site with massive explosives or drilling alternate wells.
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