How attempts to clear up the Deepwater Horizon spill may have made it WORSE

How attempts to clear up the Deepwater Horizon spill may have made it WORSE: Dispersant chemicals 'made oil penetrate Gulf Coast beaches more deeply'Toxic components of the crude oil spilled may have even penetrated as far as groundwater supplies, new study warns | UPDATED: 17:41 GMT, 30 November 2012 The dispersant chemicals BP used in response to the Deepwater Horizon disaster may have made oil sink deeper and faster into the beaches of the U.S. Gulf Coast, scientists have claimed. A new paper warns toxic components of light crude may even have penetrated as far as groundwater supplies because of the chemicals.