posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 05:23 PM
reply to post by meckie
If the thing is strong enough to cut then it is surely strong enough to clamp on. If something can be clamped on, the why not clamp another pipe,
just a bit larger? Direct the oil to the ships like they planned in the first place?
If it can be clamped, why not clamp an open valve, then weld, then close valve?
If it can be cut, it can be clamped. If it can be clamped, it can be connected or closed.
What is the major malfunction with these keystone engineers?
Please, please, please give me half their budget, half their equipment, and half their staff, and I will have it closed up by the weekend!!