May 17 (Bloomberg) -- Part of the oil slick from BP Plcs leaking well in the Gulf of Mexico has entered the current that carries water toward the U.S. East Coast and Europe, according to satellite observations and computer models, a Florida scientist said. Florida will dispatch a survey vessel this week to determine how much oil from the leak is in the Loop Current, William Hogarth, dean of the University of South Florida College of Marine Science, said today in an interview. Robert Weisberg, an oceanographer at the St. Petersburg, Florida-based university, said May 4 oil entering the current could travel through the Florida Keys and into the Atlantic Ocean. The oil, particularly some filaments of it, has gotten into the Loop Current on the surface, Hogarth said. Well take a better look with a vessel this week. Well try and learn the concentration. Oil Hits Current Bound for East Coast, Scientist Says (Update1) - BusinessWeek and everyone simply waits for bp to solve the problem? there is no solution....the oil has not evaporated....oil is still in prince william sound....a much smaller spill.