Yesterday, I was watching the History Channel "It Came From Outer Space", which was a program that showed all the advances NASA had made for the space program, and where some of those things had real world applications on earth. One of the things that they showed was a powder made from beeswax that formed little hollow spheres. It seems that this powder which is all natural (beeswax) is very good at soaking up oil (10 times it's own weight), and not only will it soak it up, but it will biodegrade it so that it will not harm the environment. I'm wondering why BP is still using those toxic chemicals. Do they have a contract with Halliburton to fuck up the environment as much as possible?