Josh Nelson of EnviroKnow checks in with a chart of the latest estimate on the spill rate from the Deepwater Horizon. If you're looking for a topline number, it's 60,000 barrels a day. If you're looking for words, how about "#$%^, that's a lot of oil."
Writing on Firedoglake, Nelson also calculates the disaster is terms of you and me:
Imagine every single American dumping nearly a two-liter of oil into the ocean. According to the high end of the latest estimate, that is your share of this disaster so far: 1.75 liters.