As Paul mentioned in the Morning News, the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe is now a month old. The independent analyst from Purdue University who first estimated the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico last week has now estimated the leak at close to 100,000 barrels a day, and there's still another leak he has yet to analyze.

I'm still real curious as to whether or not the extremely time-intensive approach BP is taking is the only way to stop this thing. Also, I wish I'd had a chance to visit a few places in the Gulf before they died.