Paul Rademacher is an Engineer at Google and yesterday he came up with a new application for Google Earth that shows just how big it is.
Paul's application then shows how big the spill would be if it were superimposed over a series of world cities and then you can superimpose it anywhere on earth you want to.
The map of the spill that Paul used was from May 6th, almost a week ago.
Here it is over New York.
And over LA.
And over Vancouver.
And over London.
Drill baby drill, right?
Here's that link again.