(The Best Years in Life) The aftermath of the BP gulf oil 2010 disaster remains to this day in the Gulf and the shorelines of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida around the Gulf. And it goes beyond those areas as well.
It is the source of the Gulf stream, a warm current of water that goes around the southern tip of Florida and up the East Coast to Long Island, New York, then across the Atlantic to England and nearby European shores.
Whatever may alter the Gulf Steam's current, salinity, and temperature affects the weather where ever it goes. Fortunately, BP has not escaped liability or culpability for their reckless pursuit of deep sea floor oil extraction in 2010. Read More.