Kevin Costner to the rescue! 

The latest effort to clean up BP’s mess in the Gulf of Mexico comes to us straight from the movies.

From LA Times:

The “Kevin Costner solution” to the worsening oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may actually work, and none too soon for the president of Plaquemines Parish.

Costner has invested 15 years and about $24 million in a novel way of sifting oil spills that he began working on while making his own maritime film, “Waterworld,” released in 1995.

Actor Steven Baldwin shares our incredulity, “It certainly is an odd thing to see a ‘Kevin Costner’ and a ‘centrifugal oil separator’ together in a place like the Gulf of Mexico.”

Nothing’s Free in Waterworld!

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