What do you remember about the 1984 gas leak at the Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India? My guess is that if you do not know much about it, you would probably Google it. The first search result would most likely be the "Bhopal disaster" Wikipedia article . There you would find linked citations to information about the causes of the gas leak, the previous warnings and other incidents, the health effects from gas exposure, the legal actions against Union Carbide, the ongoing water contamination in Bhopal, and the Yes Men's settlement-fund hoax on BBC News. Although the…
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