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James Cameron to save world in real life, put an end to oil spill

The BP oil spill has been called the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history and the possible downfall of the Obama administration, but luckily, the world has James Cameron. The blockbuster ninja has put his movie-making skills and general knack for excellence to finding a solution to halt the hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil billowing into the Gulf of Mexico every day. He just wrapped up a meeting in Washington today to talk out ideas with “fellow” deep-sea ocean experts.

All right, JC. You’ve become a bit of an undersea aficionado thanks to your filmmaker career, and you own a fleet of underwater sea vessels, and you really care about the planet. We get it. You’re smart. But if the plan involves Leonardo DiCaprio or teaching a team how to speak Na’vi, we’re jumping ship.

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