How long will the southern US remain habitable?
Methane gas bubbles up with the crude that is cooking the birds in oil heated by the sun The solution of disputants is more toxic than the oil itself
How long will the southern half of the US remain habitable and how will the average "The south shall rise again" confederate flag waving "southerner" adjust to a forced relocation to the northern half for their mere survival ?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
It will remain habitable but the quality of life will be zilch for those that earn their living from the gulf and bought there to be next to the water. Environmentally speaking I doubt if it will ever recover.
- alnoorLv 44 years ago
Florida and Louisiana ares basically livable below very dicey situations besides, even pre-oil leak. Florida: It has over one million million subdivision plenty that are unbuilt upon and unbuildable. basically Interstates enable for evacuation from hurricanes. those interstates are presently insufficient for this purpose. Its greatest vacationer charm required the draining of hundreds of acres of what might now be risk-free moist lands. warmth is so undesirable that the state might have not grown to its cutting-edge length with out massave use of air con. Oh and there's a opposed distant places us of a much less the one hundred miles off its coast. Louisiana: lower back large areas of it are unbuildable swamp. I ts greatest inhabitants center is unquestionably below sea point. Heavy AC use mandatory to make it cool adequate to stay.
- PfoLv 71 decade ago
If you think the BP oil spill is going to ruin the habitability of the south, you've been sucking too many tar balls.
- GreenLv 71 decade ago
Florida doesn't seem to be affected that much, yet. I live about a mile away from the bay, it is still as beautiful as ever. Hopefully, it stays that way.
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- 1 decade ago
We're going to take over the north! Woo hoo, we'll make sure the yankees know what it feels like to be invaded every winter!