Do you feel that the ocean is at risk from oil spills?


  • The Earth Organization USA
  • June 08,2010, 06:42 AM
The Earth Organization is working to bring micro organism technology into those areas affected by the Gulf Coast oil spill.
Gulf oil spill relief campaignMicro Organism Technology - The Only Real Solution: The Simple Basics for People Who Don’t Know What It Is

In essence, this is a bacteria planet. They own it. They are all around us, all the time. It has been said they only allow us to live here by their good grace and because we are really useful for transporting them around! ALL life forms on this planet have developed a highly complex, partner relationship with micro organisms. The fact is we cannot live without them. If every micro organism was eradicated in your body in an instant, it is doubtful you would survive more than 24 hours; a few days at best. We have evolved with these organisms and rely on them to a degree that is almost completely unknown by the average person.  

The truth is that there are a relatively very small percentage of micro organisms that are bad or that create or carry disease.  The rest are either completely neutral and are “followers” of either the good or bad micro organisms. Which ones they follow depends on how many of the good or bad micro organisms they are in contact with.  If they are in contact with a majority of “bad” micro organisms, they will begin to do what the bad micro organisms do - rot, putrefy, and break substances down.  If they are in contact with a majority of good micro organisms, they follow and do what the good micro organisms do - clean, rejuvenate, and bring health to the area.

Micro organisms are the primary converters on this planet. They change things. To relate this article specifically to the Gulf Coast oil spill, there are certain micro organism products which address the problem of an overwhelming amount of oil. The micro organisms actually eat and digest the oil, breaking it down into non-toxic substances and, when there is no more oil to eat, those micro organisms then die off themselves.  

There has never been found a single bad side effect from this process and, in fact, there are many good side effects from it.  Not only will the oil be cleaned up, but there will be a rejuvenation of the health of the wildlife in the area, with a relatively quick resurgence of flora, fauna, and marine life, including shrimp, fish and oysters.  With a proper application of the micro organisms to an area, we’re talking a few weeks to a few months, not decades, to clean it up.

The same type of partnering relationship exists in any environment, be it a farm, an animal, marshlands, a river, or the ocean.  Micro organism products utilize specific combinations of these beneficial micro organisms that assist and aid life in its efforts to survive.

The application and use of micro organism technology is completely safe, extremely effective, and relatively inexpensive compared to other proposed solutions.  In looking over all of the information, there is no question that the micro organism technology is the only true solution to the Gulf Coast oil spill, when taking all elements of the problem into consideration.  

We invite you to help us get this technology widely implemented.  We need your financial support to get this done.  And we need your help in spreading this information broadly. To donate go to https://www.earthorganization.com/Donate.aspx?Type=Donate  
I pray that us regular folks can get this information out and put the microbes to work asap. We need this urgently. I will spread the word and have been spreading the word about the microbes since the start of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster that started on April 20th, 2010 and continues to spew oil into the gulf as of today, July 10th, 2010, at a rate of at least 60,000 barrels or over 9,539,220,000 liters of oil a day. That is almost 10 BILLION LITERS A DAY!!!!!!!! Thank you for all of your efforts to help and educate others about the use of MICROBES.
Gina Lanier July 10,2010, 10:25 AM
Dear Brad,
Thank you very much for your comment and question.
The good news is that the micro organism technologies we utilize actually create more oxygen, they don't deplete it. And the byproducts of the micro organisms are actually beneficial to the health of plant and animal life during and after application.
We hope this helps and clears up your question.
Very Best Regards,
The Earth Organization
Marissa Lenting June 17,2010, 02:19 PM
Hi Brad,

Can you please give me a link to where you got your data from? I'd like to see who wrote it and check the facts myself.

:-) Donna
Donna Ferreira June 16,2010, 11:04 AM
The one potential downside that I have heard about is oxygen depletion. It is currently being reported (http://www.examiner.com/x-325-Global-Warming-Examiner~y2010m5d17-Good-and-bad-of-oxygen-depletion-from-oil-spill-in-Gulf) that natural bacteria are already hard at work on the underwater plumes and that is causing some oxygen depletion.

How does your specific solution take this into account? Seems we would want to meter the quantity of these bacterial oil fighters to keep a safe oxygen balance. And what is the byproduct? Something always goes out the other end of a satiated organism!

Or is this a mole hill masquerading as a mountain?

- Brad
Brad Mathews June 11,2010, 06:12 PM
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