I can't find this in a more recognized source, but there are suggestions that Russian scientists are claiming that the dispersant used in the Gulf oil spill is more dangerous than the oil itself and that it has the "theoretical" possibility of causing a toxic gas or toxic rain that could rain down on the east coast and cause major damage. What do you think?
The most reasonable sites I could find discussing this are below:
I have traced this story to on Sorcha Faal who claims to come across secret Russian information, I almost repeated one yesterday till I investigated. This person seems to be a figment of a person Davis Booths' imagination. There are too many links to put here I suggest a google of them.
The topic perked up my ears and I just did some clicking around. I was just sharing some links that I thought were in line with the OP. You know me Bull, always looking for a good link. :-)
I own one of the "Disinformation" books and it notes every source that is quoted in the appendix so I thought THAT particular link was credible. Scary stuff.
OMG Bull, that was a weird ride!!! Fortunately I came out unscathed. LOL!! That is some weird stuff. I went from your link, investigated a couple of others and came around to this one. Thanks for the fun ride. :-)