18 thoughts on “BP bans Louisiana fishing folk from meeting

  1. Re #1: indeed fishes died because of the BP oil spill.

    Not all inventions destroy nature. Eg, one invention is an acoustic device, which is mandatory in the oil industry in Brazil and Norway; and which might have prevented the BP disaster. See here.

    However, that device is not mandatory in the USA, and BP did not use it voluntarily, as it costs 500,000$ and would have made their multi-billion profits just a tiny bit smaller.

    The problem is not inventions in themselves; but inventions in a social framework of capitalism.

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