Watch out for more and more disinformation by government scientific organizations and media outlets co-opted by BP and other corporate masters. The article below illustrates the problem. A pattern (locations of the found baby dolphin carcasses) is discussed. The practitioners of misinformation (including a NOAA scientist) try to say that the fact that more carcasses were found on Alabama and Mississippi shores greatly reduces the possibility of connection to the spilled oil (note they fail to mention Corexit, which interestingly has the side-effect of miscarriages in mammals) because fewer dolphin carcasses have been found on Louisiana shores. Scientists promote several unfounded or far-fetched hypotheses, just as with the mass deaths of birds, fish and other see life in the past six months, rather that consider the possibility that we might be seeing effects on the ecosystem of the largest oil spill in history coupled with the largest use of chemical dispersant (Corexit 9500, Corexit 9527) in history. Please read the following article with a critical eye!