posted on Jun, 19 2010 @ 04:39 AM
Guess most of you guys have hit the hay, I am watching PBS Scandi Neptune Dispersant Ops .. Subsea 7 ... almost all the stuff going by is beige or
white .. could that be the lights which are on it?
Ah, new view, very black oil (not brown .. so the top oil in the chamber has gone? and we are getting into more basic crude? or does it change?)
Man their gallon count is off ... but we really don't know.
Except when they told us how much mud they pumped in .. and it all came right back out and they shut it down!! ... ~200,000 gal. ..... is what I
I have not seen an image of the whole unit .. it is off the sea bed, but it is supposedly tilted as far as the monitor will show tilt (the ball is
completely on the side). Has anyone seen cables which secure the well head from collapse?
Some say the collapse is unavoidable ... and Hoagland says there is that 20 mile bubble around the well head ... possibly old, old methane ... if it
pops the ships will go down with all hands ... I hope they have bathe-metric early warning up and tied in, I don't know if they can pull away in
What a terrible mess, and what terrible attitudes. .... I hope it turns out well, and not as the biggest global warming event to come down the pike