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MSM reports "DOOMSDAY scenario" about new Oil Spill

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posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:44 PM
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I'm sure that in the distant past, the earth shifted and one of those pockets emptied itself in a short periode of time... It is sad because it's man made. The event itself isnt a doomsday scenario but it could be the catalyst for one. I agree with you doc on that one... I agree that it's a lot of fear mongering. I also believe that it was done on purpose to further the NWO.




posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:48 PM
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As was stated in an earlier post......when you think of "doomsday" you have think of the affect this oil leak will have on first and foremost the environment, then the tourist industry, the fishing industry, real estate values ( and in FL they already suck! There are more foreclosures there than anywhere). The slow progession of uninhabitable places, more people out of work, and we have no idea how far reaching this will affect nature, and then us. I think this is a doomsday event in the making. How many millions of people this will effect? Who knows? Did you watch the video at the beginning of the thread?



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:48 PM
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I wonder what the affect will be on crops when a hurricane sucks up the oil and rains it down inland on crops.

It's supposed to be a big time hurricane season and I've heard conflicting info about how a hurricane would either make the situation better or worse. I tend to think it would be bad news for crops, towns and cities. Don't light a freakin match in that rain.

[edit on 10-6-2010 by switching yard]



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:55 PM
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I agree. The domino effect could be amazing. If the rain is tainted, not only will the crops go to hell, what about the local water supplies?

I shouldn't even be thinking about this! I'm going back to my love and positivity mode pretty quick here.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:55 PM
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Seanizzle, you couldn't be more wrong about that. The number of sad, terrified or angry people on this site that back the NWO has to be infinitesimal. We do not want an overarching government authority over our lives. We want our lives back. Doomsday, if such it be, will happen one day; be sure of that. Everything fades away eventually. But we do not want to have that happen now.

We are not panicked; we are just scared. And there's a lot of reason to be scared. I've been on this site and others were evacuation of the Gulf Coast is being discussed. Some of these are MSM, like Huffington Post. Now over at HP they don't know how to handle this idea. People here are thinking two steps ahead and we will have to play Paul Revere this comes as a part of False
Flag operation. Probably won't be believed, but then a lot of people thought Revere, et al, were nuts too. Still got a revolution going. Remember only a third of American colonists EVER supported the revolution until it was over.

Let the panic ride and let the fears come out. They may have something to teach us or point out that we don't see just now. Until then, stay out of the water and don't go to the beach unless it's to help clean up. And then, . . . wear an industrial respirator.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:06 PM
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They all seem to fly international flags also, liberia, panama and marshall islands.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:10 PM
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obviously... its not doomsday ... silly of anyone thinking that oil spill is doomsday
but YOU DONT SEE BIG ENOUGHT
this oil spill is only a little part in the path to our futur doomsday
but YET AGAIN
doomsday for me its :
meteorite , ice age, meltdown, nuclear bomb going off everywhere
invasion of ET that kills all of us
doomsday = EVERYONE DEAD
this oil spill is another sign we are coming closer to the end of the world as we know it
it will make our policy and way of life change for good
it will be painfull ... but at the end everyone that still live through this transition will be awaken with new values (better values)
everyone will considerate themself blessed to live on earth
this oil spill is the start of the transition
wars are another part
its time EVERYBODY AWOKE THEMSELF

quote from : Ram Bahadur Bomjon aka (the buddha boy)
''the only way to save this nation is through spirituality''

(the boy is still meditating without water and food till his return prior to 2012)

everyone can google him for proof
he his no hoax.. specialist cant explain how that is possible

cant wait till he return



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:22 PM
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I'm thinking if there is enough oil covering the gulf, the sun will warm it up more due to the dark color and it will increase the power of the hurricane.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:26 PM
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Don't forget, hurricane predictions have been wrong before - 2006

The 2006 forecast predicted:
17 tropical storms
9 hurricanes

But only recorded:
4 tropical storms
5 hurricanes = 3 Cat 1s and 2 Cat 3s None threatened the US



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:36 PM
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Certainly, if someone is listening from above (or below),any grays or green ones,if somewhat interested in your habithat,we mutualy could use a little help...



Now, would be a good time !



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:37 PM
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Don't worry guys, we still have the NUCLEAR OPTION if the reserve wells don't work!



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by Takamuri
Don't worry guys, we still have the NUCLEAR OPTION if the reserve wells don't work!




Hell yeah !we did it accidentally, now let's do it on purpose !



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:52 PM
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With the geology of the seabed in that area, I'm not sure we do have that option. A nuke might just spawn more avenues for the oil to escape the seabed. I thought it was a reasonable option until I saw some geology reports from the region. I'm now doubtful on that, though I'm far from knowledgeable on that issue. Anybody else know more about this?



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:57 PM
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Here's the skinny of what going down..
BP was drilling far deeper than reported. Some of the engineers knew they needed to repair some faulty parts but the site mangaer told them keep drilling. They hit a pocket of super pressurised abiotic oil and the pressure was greater then any thing we have ever engineered for. The problem is not the oil that has the national gaurd going in. It's the heavy metals that are coming up with the oil a metal that is toxic in nature. And the fact that there is up ward to 4 million barrels of oil spilling a day not the thousands reported. This is going to get nasty and they are about to try to tactical nuke this but BP is afraid that that will shatter the oil wells shaft deeper under ground that will cause a massive hemorage that can't be stopped..an almost dooms day tale if you will.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:59 PM
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Originally posted by ghostpigeon
With the geology of the seabed in that area, I'm not sure we do have that option. A nuke might just spawn more avenues for the oil to escape the seabed. I thought it was a reasonable option until I saw some geology reports from the region. I'm now doubtful on that, though I'm far from knowledgeable on that issue. Anybody else know more about this?



damn right ! Imagine a nuke detonated at 5000 feet with the water pressure of zillions per square inch ???! It'll rip the seafloor open,,,chaos( CHAEOS would be a good name for a God)

I wonder if it's hot down there !


[edit on 10-6-2010 by SSimon]



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:14 PM
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That's very close to what I read too, and what got me changing my mind on the option. At this point, the last things I've seen indicate BP is going for as much oil capture as they can while awaiting drill results on the relief wells - not due til at least August. Any stray hurricane might slow that down too. (Might! What am I saying?!) Would slow that down.This is just one f#@*ing, sh&&ty mess! With news of the second rig blowing out five years ago 75 SW - or SE, the next thing I hope follows is complete suspension of all drilling in the Gulf. The last thing we need is yet another blowout and I suspect, the one at Deep Horizon has changed the dynamics of every well in that field, though I hope in a way to relieve pressure on the others. It seems everything should devolve to "safe mode" now, though - at least until this gets stabilized and then brought up for some serious examination. I think there is consciousness of gas use across the country right now and an opening to re-examine our entire energy use and strategy. Long term solutions are going to have to address demand side. Short term, deal with this fr@ckin disaster.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by Doc Velocity

That's the point that most catastrophobes miss.

Crude oil leaks, natural gas blowouts, and methane blowouts in the ocean have been happening for hundreds of millions of years on Planet Earth. Humans didn't invent oil spills — it's a perfectly natural occurrence.

In fact, it's inevitable on a planet with a seismically-active crust.

BUT... How many "mass extinctions" have they ever blamed on naturally-occurring oil leaks in the earth's crust?

ZERO

That's because the Earth's oceans already know how to deal with it. That's part of the evolution of the Earth's oceans.

Don't believe ANYTHING you hear in the Mainstream Media or from this circus-sideshow administration. They're fear-mongers, and they'll use ANY OPPORTUNITY to cast fear into your hearts. Don't be fooled.

— Doc Velocity


I'd love nothing more than to believe this and I'm sure there's a certain amount of truth to it. However, I simply cannot find any scientific or geological records to support it. Seepage is one thing, blow-outs are quite another.

If you have any scientific proof of natural undersea blow-outs, I'm all ears.



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:26 PM
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Good point Doc but I don't think anyone was referring to doomsday in the sense of direct physical results of the oil spill itself. If they where, then your point stands valid and its mostly nonsense.

However most are aware of the economic set-backs this spill is and will be bringing to an already fragile financial system. There are so many ways this spill could make things turn for the worse, such as the tourism industry, re-location of mass amounts of citizens if certain areas become inhabitable, or even the disruption of crops in large amounts.


Originally posted by SSimon

Originally posted by ghostpigeon
With the geology of the seabed in that area, I'm not sure we do have that option. A nuke might just spawn more avenues for the oil to escape the seabed. I thought it was a reasonable option until I saw some geology reports from the region. I'm now doubtful on that, though I'm far from knowledgeable on that issue. Anybody else know more about this?



damn right ! Imagine a nuke detonated at 5000 feet with the water pressure of zillions per square inch ???! It'll rip the seafloor open,,,chaos( CHAEOS would be a good name for a God)

I wonder if it's hot down there !


[edit on 10-6-2010 by SSimon]


Much agreed, the nuclear option would be a no-go for any sane person trying to clean this mess up. But hey, who know's who's sane in this system anymore...



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:57 PM
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Nope heres an idea that i KNOW would work given my understanding of everything.Take a solid titanium or steel rod wide enough that it AND a device on the end then folds up around the pole but when inserted into the hole to the end of the hole where it opens up to the cavern/oil pool that is on springs ,so when it hits the OPEN area it opens up and you pull up kinda like a barbed fishing hook then the pressure would keep the flap sealed against the hole.Then you fill with heavy concrete till hardened..problem solved..Let me know what you think..I am just trying to come up with ideas that will solve the problem.But if it's leaking out of cracks in the ocean floor then all bets are off..Peace



posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:59 PM
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I'm still looking for the live feed that showed the ocean floor leak momentarily. Don't have it yet, but here's a good live cam site for all of the ROVs at once and I think it does show enough of what they allow you to see to question the veracity of this being in anyway under control by a cap and dome.

realitycheck.no-ip.info...

This crashed my firefox several times if I leave it on too long, but it's a good way to see something of the scope of the BOP leak.



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