"That's not wrong. Those are the rules of the game," he said. "It's the survival of a company, the survival of a crucial industry is at stake in a vital market area. This is serious business."
It IS wrong, seriously wrong to withhold data that could be of benefit to people who have been adversely affected by the spill. It should not be a surprise that there are scientists who do not want to participate in the obfuscation of crucial facts. Fast track the data.
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