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Where's The Oil?Model Suggests May Be Gone...

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posted on May, 15 2010 @ 01:20 PM
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Originally posted by Doc Velocity
I have knowledge, not "special knowledge"... You have ignorance.

If you were alert and had researched oil types and knew that LSU professor Ed Overton was testing the oil spill, you'd know what I know.

— Doc Velocity




M'kay.




posted on May, 15 2010 @ 01:26 PM
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Originally posted by Aussie_Rock
Ive got to start by saying " luving ya posts
"
but do you seriously believe oil just " vaporizes " ?
Thats only possible if you have those fiery tornadoes I heard about in other posts


What part of the original post can't you seem to see with your eyes?
If you bother to look at the quote below, it talks about the BENZENE
would be stripped off and quickly vaporize. Then I see all of these posts
by people saying that OIL doesn't evaporate, blah, blah, blah. It clearly
is talking about BENZENE. Try reading what is actually said before you
post crap.

"The model also suggests that virtually all of the benzene - a highly toxic flammable organic chemical compound and one of the chief ingredients in oil - would be stripped off and quickly vaporize."



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 02:01 PM
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reply to post by loam
 
Ah, so I cherry pick items from articles to prove my point but
you don't.






posted on May, 15 2010 @ 03:06 PM
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Originally posted by Just Wondering
Ah, so I cherry pick items from articles to prove my point but
you don't.


Precisely.

If the shoe fits...


I'll leave the readership to decide for themselves.



[edit on 15-5-2010 by loam]



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 03:23 PM
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I have a Question"Just wondering "has only been on ATS for a short and"Doc Velocity"clearly states in his avatar "Dis Info Specialist"so with the2 facts i am asking how does BP pay you guys by the Thread or By the Post.

Just wondering within in your short time hear you have allready posted another thread and it failed so you started this one,what gives do you have a notion of what impact this will have on the gulf coast region??????

Are you just that cold hearted and dont care that people's way of life could will be affected for years to come???or is this just a ploy to get flags???I am a resident of the gulf coast as for others on ATS who do not see this as doomsday but another blow to our crippled economy.

maybe you should let us residents here in on how to get a job at BP like you and your partner in crime



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 04:05 PM
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What part of the original post can't you seem to see with your eyes?
If you bother to look at the quote below, it talks about the BENZENE
would be stripped off and quickly vaporize. Then I see all of these posts
by people saying that OIL doesn't evaporate, blah, blah, blah. It clearly
is talking about BENZENE. Try reading what is actually said before you
post crap.

"The model also suggests that virtually all of the benzene - a highly toxic flammable organic chemical compound and one of the chief ingredients in oil - would be stripped off and quickly vaporize."


OK so you're all happy about the fact that Benzene evaporates (somewhat)! You think it just disappears and goes to outer space???!!!

Read up on Benzene, thou babes in the woods....

What you don't realize is that Benzene and all it's cousins will be drifting up on the beaches and making you and your babies/grandbabies very sick. If you happen to be a Gulf coaster that is, otherwise you might minimize cause you got the Bahamas....

Where do you innocent types think that chemists extract all these nasty chemicals that we do business with. Without petroleum we would be looking to deep tropical rainforests, and clean sources like solar etc.



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 08:58 PM
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Originally posted by alchemist2012
"Doc Velocity"clearly states in his avatar "Dis Info Specialist"so with the2 facts i am asking how does BP pay you guys by the Thread or By the Post.

Years ago, when I was blasting the various 911 conspiracies to smithereens, the hardcore, hardheaded conspiracy theorists — not unlike some of the hardcore "manmade disaster" fanatics in this thread — started calling me a "Disinformation Agent" and a "Disinfo Specialist"... Of course, my information was rock-solid, but the 911 conspiracy crapola was the actual disinformation.

Nonetheless, because so many of you foaming catastrophe nuts insisted that I was "working for the government," I created the "Embrace Ignorance" avatar and the "Disinformation Specialist" moniker — which means I specialize in exposing the disinformation that you guys are disseminating.

Thanks for asking.

— Doc Velocity




[edit on 5/15/2010 by Doc Velocity]



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:02 PM
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www.abovetopsecret.com...

I think the scientist have found the oil...



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:04 PM
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ROFL, what Doc Velocity posted is the biggest pile of BS I've ever seen about this incident.

He tried to white wash this mess by claiming he eat and live with this stuff every day, so this massive spill it's "normal", here is a flash, the world doesn't revolve around you.

Just look at these newest photos, and tell me you eat, drink and live with this crap everyday, or better yet, show me a picture of you covered in this oil and have two thumbs up since you're so used to it:





Here is the one where they tried to protect an island from the oil but failed.



So mr expert, if oil doesn't do any harm why even bother to stop it? LOL, what a load of BS.

The reason why the likes of Doc Velocity keep claiming "x years of experience" is to cover up the lack of basic logic and math skills:
1. They can't stop the flow
2. Crude oil don't dissolve/evaporate 50000 barrels a day.
3. Oil will end up on shore and cause problems.
4. This is just the beginning.

This kind of BS white wash from the "expert" might work in the first 2 weeks, just wait another month and he'll run out of BS and won't reply again.

ROFL, I bet mr expert also thinks "killing people is ok" because he worked in a hospital and see people die all the time.

Newest update:
www.boston.com...







[edit on 15-5-2010 by BS-Buster]



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:07 PM
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Originally posted by alchemist2012
?I am a resident of the gulf coast as for others on ATS who do not see this as doomsday but another blow to our crippled economy.

I grew up on the Gulf Coast and lived there for 40 years before moving to the Carolinas about 10 years ago. The Gulf Coast economy has never been crippled, and any Gulf Coast resident knows it — Texas and Louisiana not only drill and pipe-in a titanic amount of crude oil from the Gulf, but they also refine 65% of the petroleum in the United States, including imported oil. The oil industry is thriving, and the Gulf Coast economy is FAR from "crippled"...

Everything that is wrong with the nation's economy is the work of Washington socialists who want to see the country on its knees, begging for governance that we don't need.

— Doc Velocity




[edit on 5/15/2010 by Doc Velocity]



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:13 PM
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Originally posted by BS-Buster
ROFL, what Doc Velocity posted is the biggest pile of BS I've ever seen about this incident.

What you're posting is pure crap, my friend, nothing but your agitated opinion, fueled by Mainstream Media propaganda.

Look at this photo, as long as we're posting photos:



That's a satellite shot of the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas and Louisiana coast. You're probably looking at an area of 100 miles across, depicting a considerable number of offshore oil rigs (and gas rigs). Each of the dark trails you see stretching for tens of miles across the surface is an oil slick generated by each rig.

That's just normal spillage that occurs every minute of every day, year-in, year-out, for decades. Unchecked and unreported (to the public). But anybody who lives on the Gulf KNOWS the truth of the matter.

Offshore oil rigs EACH leak HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF GALLONS OF CRUDE OIL into the Gulf of Mexico every year, for as long as I can remember. That's millions of gallons annually. You've been living with it and swimming in it and eating it all your lives.

— Doc Velocity



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:15 PM
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I grew up on the Gulf Coast and lived there for 40 years before moving to the Carolinas about 10 years ago. The Gulf Coast economy has never been crippled, and any Gulf Coast resident knows it


So i guess Hurricane Katrina,Rita,Ike and Gustav never happened oh by the way New Orleans is back running at 100%.....Not




I grew up on the Gulf Coast and lived there for 40 years before moving to the Carolinas about 10 years ago. The Gulf Coast economy has never been crippled, and any Gulf Coast resident knows it



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:31 PM
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Originally posted by alchemist2012
So i guess Hurricane Katrina,Rita,Ike and Gustav never happened oh by the way New Orleans is back running at 100%.....Not

New Orleans has been asking for a direct hit for decades, the city is a natural deathtrap constructed below sea level. All the damage there was a direct result of poor city management, NOT because the hurricanes were especially powerful.

And, as soon as the storm was over, the NOLA city government was lying its ass off about the damage and deaths. Mayor Ray Nagin stood there on national TV and said an estimated 10,000 people had died in New Orleans alone. Which was a grandiose LIE by a grandiose LIAR.

Most of what you think you know about Gulf storms is based on lies from the Mainstream Media, I feel certain.

This oil spill is no Katrina, even the experts have said so. It's being blown out of proportion to excite excitable people, such as yourself.

— Doc Velocity





[edit on 5/15/2010 by Doc Velocity]



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:40 PM
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Most of what you think you know about Gulf storms is based on lies from the Mainstream Media, I feel certain.

Wrong i was there, but you are dancing around the topic..this oil spill hurts an all ready fragile economy..show me where La. has recovered since Katrina,Show me where Biloxi/Gulfport has rebounded????????



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:47 PM
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Originally posted by alchemist2012
this oil spill hurts an all ready fragile economy..show me where La. has recovered since Katrina,Show me where Biloxi/Gulfport has rebounded????????

If you know anything about Louisiana, you know that the oil industry has made it one of — if not THE — richest states in the USA. It's NOT a "fragile economy" anymore than the USA's economy is "fragile"... Our economy is only "fragile" compared to itself. To the rest of the world, our economy is many tiers above foreign economies, including those of the EU and China.

The only ones "dancing around the subject" are those of you who want to believe Mankind is the great Satan of Nature, and that the USA must ultimately collapse... which aint happening, my friend.

— Doc Velocity



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 09:56 PM
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If you know anything about Louisiana, you know that the oil industry has made it one of — if not THE — richest states in the USA.

Top 10 wealthiest states
Here's where the median household income is highest
State Income
Maryland $65,144
New Jersey $64,470
Connecticut $63,422
Hawaii $61,160
Massachusetts $59,963
New Hampshire $59,683
Alaska $59,393
California $56,645
Virginia $56,277
Minnesota $54,023





Wait let me see still looking for LA. in this list



The 10 poorest states
The states with the lowest median household income
State Income
New Mexico $40,629
Montana $40,627
Tennessee $40,315
Kentucky $39,372
Louisiana $39,337
Alabama $38,783
Oklahoma $38,770
Arkansas $36,599
West Virginia $35,059
Mississippi $34,473
Source:U.S. Census Bureau




OHH ok there it is in the top ten poorest states


You sir are truly a Dis-Info Specialist(so i can safely say BP is paying you by the post)



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by Just Wondering
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The article has most of those answers for you. You should read it.


Well I did of course.

But the article itself claims that it is in and of itself guesswork and that the model was not built for this deposit 5000 feet down.

So that why I raised the question of the deep underwater currents in that trench.

Maybe we might ask if any ATS members have been submariners with the US Navy as they would have first hand knowledge of the currents, the seasonal change in the currents as well as what happens to stuff under that kind of pressure.



but let me read it again as I will have a better idea on the second and read and also I need to read the rest of your thread becuase I just got back from work.

[edit on 15-5-2010 by whiteraven]



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 10:11 PM
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If you follow the poster in question for a while you'll find out that he takes every opportunity and every incident of import to bash the "socialist" Obama. He tips his hand yet again right here in this ridiculous thread. He's very consistent has been around a long time. I don't know about the original poster but she's been clocking in a lot of time for at least a week with similar posts and a single agenda. Interesting.



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 10:16 PM
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Well just for the record i hope Doc is right and that this is being overplayed.

Hurricane season is coming though so i hope they get her all cleaned up before then although according to certain logic the hurricane may pick up the rest of that nasty stuff and deposit it in Texas where it will feel right at home. lol



posted on May, 15 2010 @ 10:26 PM
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Yes, agreed. Despite my little bashing, I hope Doc and whatsername are right, I just don't think so but I'd happily accept the fool label and God Bless this Earth I hope I'm wrong and they are right. I have this sinking feeling though.
If it's gotta go somewhere I vote for Texas too as I spent my childhood with way too many oil industry Texans...they're big enough to handle it. Also don't mess with.



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