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  1. ..., but neither has Mexico in its name!) The Gulf of Mexico is some 7,000 miles away. The Gulf of Mexico...

    5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/01/2016

  2. The Gulf of Mexico oil spill is an international subject because of it's economic impact on trade...

    4 Answers · News & Events · 05/11/2011

  3. ... and never saw one...and they certainy are not IN the Gulf of Mexico.

    1 Answers · Travel · 27/12/2010

  4. ...initial estimate, releasing 2.5 million gallons of oil per day into the Gulf of Mexico. If the wellhead fails completely — which hasn’t happened yet...

    2 Answers · News & Events · 13/05/2010

  5. The Gulf of Mexico is the Atlantic and yes they think that it got caught up in the Gulf Stream which flows from the gulf up to Greenland.

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/06/2012

  6. Give it time. There is a lot of oil out there in the gulf. Water currents could take it anywhere.

    3 Answers · News & Events · 13/06/2010

  7. The letters Q, U, X, Y and Z are skipped on the list of names for hurricanes in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.

    3 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/07/2007

  8. The lesson we should learn from the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster is that the Earth and it's ability to recover from such...

    2 Answers · Environment · 09/01/2012

  9. the well is basicly a hole in the ground going far enough down so that it hits the oil underneath... that oil is under a LOT of pressure so it forces its way up the pipe and out into the platform on top.. which throttles the flow.. sending it to...

    10 Answers · Environment · 16/06/2010

  10. I thought of the same thing, about putting in a balloon, like they do to your heart to hold open the vain, but this one would swell up instead. Also thought of why don't they just used hydraulic concrete that's hardens up under water, i know they make it!

    6 Answers · News & Events · 23/05/2010

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