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No. The gulf stream is a flow of warm water that begins in the east Atlantic Ocean adjacent to the relatively warm Gulf of Mexico. The spill is in the northern part of the Gulf, being propelled by the tides toward the shore north of it (Louisiana, primarily). By the time any of the spill circulated south east around Florida, it would be so diluted as to have no effect on the gulf stream.

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