BP Oil Spill Capped (For Now), Here's How to Clean Up the Oil

One of the reasons I continue to be hopeful about the future of our planet and its people is that I have seen and worked with solutions for many of the problems that we are creating: pollution, toxic energy production, our disconnect from nature and ourselves, the triple evils that Martin Luther King spoke of: war, poverty, and racism, etc. The BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is yet another example. There have been microbe techologies around for decades that can remediate polluted water, including eating oil. Teruo Higa, agriculture professor from Okinawa, Japan, for example, created "Effective Microorganisms" or "EM" that can remediate polluted water, and has many other uses. Oppenheimer Biotech has a microbe mixture they have developed that can eat oil and break it down into nontoxic FISH FOOD, in minutes! In the early 1990s this Texas company was supported by Texas land commissioner Garry Mauro and Texas Water Commissioner Buck Wynn III, who in an effort to supplement the federal Oil Pollution Act of 1990, got the Texas legislature to pass the 1991 Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act (OSPRA) to protect Texas’s coastal waters, natural resources, and marine life from the 900+ oil spills that occur each year there. Say what?! Nine hundred Texas oil spills per year?! Why isn't that reported on the mainstream media? The act created oil disaster response teams stationed on the coast of Texas to quickly bioremediate any offshore oil spills. Why has this not been done for the BP oil spill, and why is Oppenheimer Biotech and other companies like it, such as Teraganix, SCD Probiotics, Natural Plus Plus, and Teruo Higa's company, EMRO, not on the forefront of BP oil spill the news?

As you can see in this amazing video, it's not because the technology is untried or ineffective. These microbes can eat vast amounts of oil in minutes. A large oil spill can be cleaned up in a few weeks with no toxic side effects. BP claims there is no better alternative to the extremely toxic "dispersant" Corexit 9500 it is using (and in which it has a financial interest). Yet, clearly bioremediation has been brought to their attention via Mauro, Wynn, and Oppenheimer's efforts.  Mauro went on to write a book about his experience, Beaches, Bureaucrats, and Big Oil: One Man's Fight for Texas. Check out the video below!

Oppenheimer Biotech Uses Microbes to Convert Oil to Fish Food Within Minutes


Ken Rohla

Ken Rohla is a natural health educator and inventor from New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and has been teaching classes and retreats since 1993 on rejuvenation and cellular regeneration using raw and sprouted vegetarian food, herbs, food-based natural supplements, detoxification, emotional healing, reprogramming of limiting unconscious beliefs, ancient esoteric techniques, and cutting-edge science. With a background in electrical engineering, physics, and computer science, for 23 years he worked a variety of jobs in the medical industry, from the patient level to the national policy level. A cutting-edge researcher, Ken has studied with many pioneers in the natural health movement, including Gabriel Cousens, MD; Drs. Brian and Anna Maria Clement; David Wolfe; Dr. Robert Morse; Viktoras Kulvinskas; Brenda Cobb; and many others. In 2005, Ken became certified as a natural health educator by Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida, and in 2006 was honored to work with Coretta Scott King, wife of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Currently Ken’s focus is developing natural solutions for new severe threats to our health, such as nuclear radiation, geoengineering pollutants, genetically modified foods and microorganisms, electromagnetic pollution, nanotechnology, biowarfare agents, depleted food, and other issues. You may see interviews with Ken on Gaiam TV, Red Ice Radio, and elsewhere on his web site, www.freshandalive.com.