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Originally posted by die_another_day
2. I have no information on the size of the well itself (perhaps they don't want ot tell us), however, I believe that it is large and highly pressured. This pressure will prevent the ability to "cap" it off. This means that we have to wait for the well to decrease in pressure.
Originally posted by hawkiye
Here is the solution and it is natural, proven, safe, and will restore the environment! If we can't cap the well then the sooner the better and this could save marine life in the gulf while the leak bleeds itself out if nothing else.
[edit on 30-5-2010 by hawkiye]