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Originally posted by Takamuri
I just don't understand everyone complaining that too little action is being taken. BP definitely wishes this whole mess would go away so they can go about rebuilding their brand name. The government is deploying thousands of nation guardsman to help clean up the spill. The Army corp of engineers has been consulting with BP's engineers through the entire process. Obama has formed a team of engineers, from military to NASA, to help assist with the process to stop this. Who knows how many other thousands of people are assisting on this matter.
[edit on 24-5-2010 by Takamuri]
Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
BTW, I left it open with my comment but it is obvious that BP hasn't done anything yet because they want to save the well, because once it is sealed you can't get in.
Originally posted by Aliensun
reply to post by DogsDogsDogs
It doesn't seem possible to have an underwater explosion. To my knowledge, neither the escaping gas or oil will burn without the addition of atmospheric oxygen. Please correct my speculation if it is wrong.
Originally posted by Shark VA84
If you drive a car, use electricity or partake in the use of oil in any way shape or form then you ARE EQUALLY RESPONSIBLE!!!!
Hindsight is always 20/20....if you whining babies are for the preservation of our ecosystem(s) so adamently, where the hell were you when they initially decided to drill at a mile below the surface of the Gulf?