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Don't be confused about the news on the Gulf well

They aren't going to stop this well. It's broken 20,000 feet deepbelow the seabed. It's abiotic oil (google that kiddies), driven by heat and pressures generated at the core of the planet. We're running about 100,000PSI down there. That can't be contained. It's a volcanic reaction, the process that's driving this thing. The bore is broken, the pipe is lying loose within the bore and toying with this thing further risks an instantaneous release of gas and oil into the Gulf that will create a tsunami that will swamp all the shores of the Gulf.

Furthermore, the dispersants are causing accelerated evaporation of the benzene, tolulene and lighter fractions in the crude product spewing from the gusher. The dispersants were to "hide" how much oil was coming out of this thing. These solvents are becomeing a toxic mix in all the rain that falls to the North and East of the incident. Check into it folks. Enormous fish kills in the St. Johns River near/through Jacksonville Fla., North all the way to the Canadian border. There is also crop damage as far North as North Carolina. This is going to spread every day for months. Plankton, the bottom of the food chain, is being killed throughout the Gulf and Southern Atlantic already. All so BP could say there wasn't as much oil as we thought. These dispersants were a cover-up to the seriousness of this thing and now, it's going to spread in so many directions and through so many methods, even NOAA and Geological Survey have no idea how far along it is or how far it will spread. As for Obama? Clueless. Cynically clueless. They did nothing for three months, watched BP pump these dispersants for months and ignored their own scientists. Even the rain is toxic, folks. Google "toxic rain" too. It's out there to read, but our government isn't in a hurry for us to know.

07-14-2010 10:25 AM
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This REGIME is a HUGE joke Jimbo, obama is the puppet and he just does what his masters tell him to do. He and his administration are going to be the downfall of the USA, economically and other ways as well, I've never seen so many freedoms TAKEN from Americans in one half term of some half ass president in my life time, I just hope to high heaven that some of this crap is reversible once this moron is out. What a freakin' catastrophe this entire administration is, they definitely make W look like a rocket scientist.


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07-14-2010 02:19 PM
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Nod. Then, last night, I'm up until 4am listening to a couple of the engineers from Geological Survey and NOAA that have for months been calling this thing to a "T". If you dig up the "spill cams" from BP's site, notice that on most of the long views of that pipe, the impression is that the camera is half-cocked. It isn't. The pipe is actually 14 degrees off-vertical. Two months back they declared it to be 8 degrees off-vertical. Also, notice the depths. 4850 feet these days, some views are a depth of 4825, like that. When this thing started with the "spillcam" video, the depths were around 4995 feet. Just shy of 5000 feet. To me, this confirms Geological Survey's guy's contention weeks ago that the pressure below is pushing the seabed toward the surface as the gas-dome that sits on this thing gets ready to blow. Remember, volcanic process is driving this thing. Pressures are in the 65,000 to 115,000 PSI-range. THAT is why it blew after all.

So, a half hour after these folks were saying that any further testing, drilling, pressurizing or messing with that pipe invites disaster, BP and the Coast Guard held a press conference and announced that the situation demands further "evaluation" before they close valves to test the ability of this thing to hold pressure. The GS and NOAA guys' response to that? That we should evacuate the Gulf from the Mexican border all the way around to where the panhandle of Florida runs South. The Geological Survey scientist thinks the entire Gulf rim and the Keys should be evacuated in preparation for the tsunami HE thinks is inevitable and that Mexico should also be making preparations for THEIR coastline population, too. To five miles inland. So we have tens of millions of lives at risk and not a word from our Federal Government. The NOAA guy is convinced the guys on those ships know what's what and have been sworn to secrecy, but if anything huge happens the Feds would sink their ship Zzzz before they'd let those guys back on dry land to tell the tale.

I believe that. This is baaaaad, brutha. The next couple of days will tell us what's what. They've played up the testing to the point that if they can't DO the testing, maybe even the Pro-Obama press will start demanding answers from the White House. As always, I'll keep you peeps informed.

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And another thing: Google "toxic rain" too, folks. The burning of oil and gas to the tune of 8-20,000BBL/day and millions of cubic feet of gas (about half of which is sulphur because the roots of this thing is a volcano) is being carried on the weather currents and is falling as a truly toxic, noxious and acidic rain all over the east. As these toxic rains make it to the water table throughout the Southeast, we're looking at a cancer epidemic (or more immediately, a possible wholesale die-off of crops and the very young and very old). It's unbelievable to me the Feds are either ignorant, or covering up to avoid a panic. One thing is for sure, you can't rent a one-way moving van or U-Haul trailor from New Orleans to Tampa Bay these days without a long wait. Someone knows what's what with this thing, but the fine folks of NOAA, EPA and our Federal Government aren't telling. After all, remember acid rain from burning coal? It went in the air and fell from the skies with the rain. It ruins stuff. But that stuff was child's play compared to the benzines, tolulines and other fractions of the crude they're burning and dispersing. What, acid rain was bad, but THIS is ok? Where's the media? Oh. Forgot. In the pockets of the Democrats. Sorry. Silly me.

Our starry-eyed media, sympathetic to the current Administration, House and Senate aren't pressing for answers. It's an OUTRAGE. And it's fixing to become a tragedy of biblical proportion. Look into it. Dig. Read. Research. The Feds know, it's just that no one will force an answer. Notice in the hearings, no one up there asked for end-game worst-case scenarios. It's a bad thing to have majority rule in the House, Senate and White House no matter WHICH party.

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It's a bad thing to have majority rule in the House, Senate and White House no matter WHICH party.


I was yelling that to the high heavens WAY before the elections but all anybody could do was squeal with glee because THEIR party was going to be the ones in charge, definitely NOT a good thing.


As for the feds/government not saying a thing about what's really going on Jimbo? IMO there are a few reasons why this is being covered up, 1 the press is in the back pocket of the dems/socialists, 2, THIS government WANTS what you just described to happen and I'm sure there are other reasons as well but those two are the main ones.

BTW, do you have any links to any of this info or are you just going by what you watched/heard on t.v./radio? Not that I don't believe you, that's not it, I just wanted to maybe visit these sites if you had any. :-)


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07-15-2010 02:59 AM
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Google toxic rain. Google Gulf oil tsunami. Google well ruptures. Google abiotic oil wells. That's one of my favorites. These maggot libbs and their quest for green (err, uhm, quest to turn off modern society) have peeps believing oil is dead dinosaurs and is a finite resource. It isn't. It's a volcanic reaction, especially prevelant below seabeds and DEEP land formations with lots of pressure and heat that turns carbon veins (coal, actually) into oil. This is a process that is literally self-sustaining and a perpetual process that creates oil as you release pressure off the dome. The more you take, the more it makes. The danger of course is that you get into a dome that's so CLOSE to the volcanic process that you run into pressures they can't handle up at the surface, which of course is the reason Deepwater Hosrizon went up in flames. Tough to contain 65,000 psi. And, if you're in a limestone formation, there's always the risk that as you pull the oil out that the support for the seabed could fail and collapse for a hundred miles in all directions simultaneously releasing all the oil and gas left in the well as well as giving all the seawater on top an enormous cavern to fall into all at once, which would create a tsunami that would make Indonesia 2004 look like an overflowing sink in the bathroom. Remember, The 2004 tsunami killed 300,000 people throughout the entire Pacific OCEAN. Grab a map, compare the relative sizes of the entire Pacific vs. the size of the Gulf of Mexico. Then, imagine 20 times the energy release and water displacement of the 2005 tsunami into a Gulf 5% of the size of the entire Pacific rim land mass affect in 2004.

Kinda gets you all warm and fuzzy, no? Hey, as long as Obama doesn't disturb his vacation to Maine next week, as long as the media isn't bothered, why should I care, right?

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Thanks for all the Info Jimbo, I'm not surprised at all anymore by the lack of reporting from the MSM.


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If it is 5% as bad as he says we have a problem....

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Well, it's capped. It isn't building the pressure they thought. They were looking for around 10,000 or a little less. It's up around 6500, but they claim ambiguity. Supposedly, if the pressure didn't get way up there between 8 and 10,000PSI, they were going to let it gush owing to the greater risk of a dome collapse or unseen gusher elsewhere. They don't know if it's blowing out elsewhere, or now being driven into porous limestone for miles and miles in all directions and then bleeding into the Gulf from fissures. Then they came up with a theory that the pressures are low because the thing is somewhat used up and diminished. Time will tell.

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Well, it's capped. It isn't building the pressure they thought. They were looking for around 10,000 or a little less. It's up around 6500, but they claim ambiguity. Supposedly, if the pressure didn't get way up there between 8 and 10,000PSI, they were going to let it gush owing to the greater risk of a dome collapse or unseen gusher elsewhere. They don't know if it's blowing out elsewhere, or now being driven into porous limestone for miles and miles in all directions and then bleeding into the Gulf from fissures. Then they came up with a theory that the pressures are low because the thing is somewhat used up and diminished. Time will tell.


At this point I'm not believing a word that anyone is saying, as you say Jimbo, time will tell.


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07-16-2010 11:56 AM
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