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Rod Dreher

Sure looks like it:Meanwhile, a robot knocked the containment cap loose. The thing is gushing once again as bad as it ever was. Query: What happens if a hurricane blows through the Gulf with all this oil still on and in the water? Will it be taken up into the storm, and deposited on land in rain? Help me out here. A hurricane would definitely push a lot of the oil inland along the coast — and uh-oh, there’s a tropical disturbance in the Gulf now that, if it becomes a hurricane (still a low chance), looks to be headed for the Deepwater Horizon site. So my question again: is it possible that oily rain could come out of a hurricane?UPDATE: Reader Jason says here’s what’ll happen if a hurricane hits that oil slick. Heh.

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