Friday, June 05, 2015

"More Than A Coincidence"

I suspect oil ball belching sea monsters, myself.
Although beach tar has long been a nuisance of Southern California life, viscous balls of crude oil washing up all over has not.

At first, many officials and scientists figured it might be a coincidence that this occurred after the May 19 oil spill in Santa Barbara County. There are natural oil seeps up and down the coast.

But now with dozens of affected beaches, the prime suspect is the 21,000 gallons that spilled into the ocean from the ruptured pipeline at Refugio State Beach.