As Newton said, for every action, there is a reaction. So, consider the following:
1) If a well in the Gulf blows out and the goodie gas/oil escapes, something must replace that. There goes the tide down again, into the hole.
2) If a Mudman mixes it too Thick, then all will be suppressed, and something must fill in the hole.
3) I am helping climate change because when my dog digs a hole in the yard, I do not fill it in. I let it fill up with rainwater and let nature evaporate it back into the atmosphere, otherwise the liquid would just run off into the bayou and increase sea-level.
4) For all those obsessed with "don't let 10 blades of cut grass get into the canal", or I will call the police folks. You know who you are. Just for you-
Do you know that when the grass is cut in the ditches on the streets that have them, that those grass clippings wash down into the bay. Kinda like all the acres of marsh grass that surround us. They die and replenish themselves.