Sunlight triggers chemical reactions that make the Deepwater Horizon oil spill unlikely to degrade

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(Natural News) Eight years have passed since the Deepwater Horizon disaster of 2010. But oil continues to persist in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. A study warned that this water pollution is caused by chemical reactions in the oil due to exposure to sunlight, an article on Science News reported. The disaster was the biggest marine…

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