posted on May, 30 2010 @ 08:15 AM
reply to post by SWCCFAN
They want to use a nuke, and of course this brilliant idea comes from our "friends" the Russians. Does any of this give anyone else the willies?
Look we have seen this before, yes the parameters are different but the scenario is the same just look into Ixtox. The whole event is like some time
paradox it's crazy, but the end result was the drilling of relief wells. It worked then God willing it will work now, however it is not a quick fix.
In the mean time we direct our attention towards protecting our yet unaffected shorelines. we cant make the drillers of the relief wells go any
faster, it's gonna take time.
I'm not at all sure about HAARP involved in this, but I have learned to question a great many things in the last 5 or so years so I will file that
away under "I don't know".
I have serious concerns with the direction this whole thing is taking and I would like to see the evidence that the seawater is backfilling the cavern
being left by the escaping oil. I really would. If I squeeze a shampoo bottle underwater it doesn't backfill until the contents have been largely
exhausted resulting in a crushed shampoo bottle. There may be other factors that I am unclear on.
Consider the seismic event that was felt by every seismograph in the US at the same time. It was particularly strong in Florida and China of all
places. Something happened at a very deep depth.
Then we have to look at this information and some of the research of Jack Reed a geophysicist with Texaco in New Orleans at the time.
We got another thread going around about the location of the actual gusher and if correct it comes dangerously close to Jack Reeds missing tectonic
plate. Jack Reeds (theoretical) plate butts up against the New Madrid Fault line.
Then you have Gordon Michael Scallions future map of what he believed the US would one day look like. Yeah he's pretty far out there but just between
you and me I'd rather not chance it.
If Reed was right there is already a danger that the sea floor may crater due to the gap left by the escaping oil and set that plate in motion.
None of this amounts to a conclusive body of evidence but I think we need to err on the side of caution here with this one and just keep going forward
with this relief well.
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