posted on May, 22 2010 @ 07:50 PM
My uncle lives on the east side Lake Ponchartrain in Louisiana and called me today, so I asked him if he had seen any noticeable change in the amount
of military presence down there, and he said he has seen at least 5 separate convoys of military trucks with 15-20 trucks per, with some kind of
storage containers on them, heading south on route 10 heading towards New Orleans.
He then said that he saw many blackhawks and carriers coming in from the east, so there is something definitely up.
If I had to make an educated guess, I would say that the military is preparing for the secondary option of forced evacuations of the coastline, in the
event that the top kill method doesn't stop the leak.
I would imagine setting off any kind of explosive device, much less a nuclear device in attempts to seal the leak, will in effect set off a chain of
events that ends up good for nobody in the area.
If a concussion wave triggers a tsunami in the direction of the coastline, not only would they see immense damage from the water, but then the
residual aftereffects of the tar balls, sludge, and oil sheens will literally lay waste to the entire region.
I believe the key thing to do would be to watch other coastal states to see if they also start amassing large troop numbers near their coastlines.