posted on May, 2 2010 @ 11:57 PM
reply to post by spirit_horse
Wow fascinating link, thank you for that!
So, from what that website says, it is the pipe that is leaking, bent over, and has leaks in two other spots, so not directly from the seafloor
itself? I think I understood that to be the case, so why not some of the suggestions I have heard, like the Canada oilman again suggested, filling it
with cement or mud?
The idea of using a nuke would be crazy, IMO, especially if this reserve is as huge as they think it is, and goes beneath the southeastern seaboard of
One would think that could set off a chain type of reaction undergoumd, and that would potentially be horrific. I do not pretend to know the first
thing about how a nuke would react underwater, and in one of the largest reserves ever found, but it just screams rad flags at me.
I also heard this well wasn't producing/in production yet, so why would it have any effect on gas prices at all?
One last question, when I heard the news about them finding the biggest reserve ever found, in the gulf, this is the one?
Thanks again for the link, that's a great page.