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***New FATAL Chemical spewing with Oil.

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posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 06:55 PM

Originally posted by ladyinwaiting
This is good information on Benzene.

It is mainly toxic when burning, but some of the toxins can drift out even when not burning.

Sorry for being on topic.


Thanks a lot for sticking to the thread! Your awesome!

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 06:56 PM

here is one link to a very good excellent interview with an oil executive.....
there are millions of gallons flowing at thousands of pounds of pressure.........
this pressure is so extreme that it may be catastrophic. Probably is........
this is abiotic oil, Oil is not from carbon dead sources.................Oil replenishes itself....and this is a deep deep source. We may have sealed the Earths fate.....Man and his arrogance....there is not way to seal this...........I wonder if a laser could work at such we have one strong enough. I think a nuke is out if it fails it would spell disaster to the world. wow, mama we have done it this time. KYAG.............Kiss your a-- -- goodbye.
wow ................enjoy today for tomorrow may never be.

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:36 PM
Benzene smells delicious. I used to inhale it all the time at the airport. There's a lot of it in jet fuel exhaust. The whole building would fill with the smell sometimes when someone forgot to close the door. I love the smell. Oh yea and did I mention i didn't die?

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:40 PM
reply to post by drkid

catch this
this says much

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 07:43 PM
Here's the Wikipedia link on Benzin (aka Benzol, Benzene) ...
Wikipedia Link

The hydrocarbon derived from benzoic acid thus acquired the name benzin, benzol, or benzene.

Here's another link too ...
Crude Oil Toxicity

Crude oil composition varies slightly by its source, but its toxic properties are fairly consistent. Chemicals such as benzene and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are very toxic components of crude oil and of high concern. These and many other chemicals in crude oil are volatile, moving from the oil into the air. Once airborne, they can blow over the ocean for miles, reaching communities far from the spill. They may be noticed as petroleum odors. Consequently, both those working on the spill and people who are far from it can be exposed to crude oil chemicals in air.

[edit on 2010-6-10 by EnhancedInterrogator]

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:20 PM

The real Jones.

He has known about this legal, permitted protest for at least three days. He walks up and takes over and refuses to go up on the podium even though he was invited. The protest is for gun rights which he claims to be for. Afterwards he lies and says the legal protesters are Cointelpro.

Nuff said?

This is on topic as sources are always on topic. The host also determines the guests and their credibility is linked to his credibility.

[edit on 6/10/2010 by Blaine91555]

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:23 PM

I love newbies - they hang onto AJ's words as if he was the second coming of christ.

If AJ shot off more truth than lies, he'd be dead. Don't believe me, go ask William Cooper -

oh, wait. He's dead.

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:26 PM
reply to post by orderedchaos

You have to admit he has a nice system worked out. Anything he says is truth and anyone who says anything against what he says is part of some government agency that is devoted to discrediting him.

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:28 PM
waste your time on jones
thats what the manilpulators want
tie up every ones threads with that waste of time
jeez you guys are as bad as the flotilla supporters

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:29 PM
army . guv aint jones
oh wait I forgot you can't read
sorry wasting my time
oops silly me

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:32 PM
reply to post by Danbones

zaiger army . guv aint jones oh wait I forgot you can't read sorry wasting my time oops silly me


army . guv aint jones???
Yeah my reading skills are to blame...
What is a zaiger army where do i join?

[edit on 10-6-2010 by zaiger]

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 09:36 PM

Originally posted by drkid
Alex Jones did not say this, he did not break this story, this story was presented to him LIVE on air by a guest caller who has connections with a BP informant.

How do you know this person has any connections to anything and how do you know anything they said is true? It is bad enough that AJ's show is a farce in and of itself but to credit just some caller with breaking a story is less then genuine in my opinion. Can you explain why anyone should believe this caller has connections to anything? Considering there are no new chemicals coming out of the hole, I feel compelled to ask.

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 11:07 PM
I dont remember the thread but there was reports of the dead aniamals not being from oil they were trying to figure it out thats why they were questioning the corexit this maybe would explain how the aniamals are dieing and is definitly worth more time

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 11:08 PM

Originally posted by drkid
ALERT ALERT: Oil is spilling Million's of barrels a day! Oil is NOT the only thing bursting through! A NEW, MYSTERIOUS, FATAL, CHEMICAL is also spewing out along with the OIL. The oil will kill sea life, the other toxic will kill humanity. This was just annouced on the Alex Jones Show... Congress, The President, are lying, they know that this stuff is coming out with the oil. SPREAD, SPREAD, SPREAD!

There will be A LOT more on this in the coming weeks. They are rumoring that this new chemical was accidentally tapped into by the British Polluters. Benzin. On a side note: a couple of weeks ago, i had a very strong revelation which revolved around the Ocean. I live in Miami and i KNOW that the havoc will continue on to the ride side of the state. People, this is a very deadly chemical, post all news about this as it unfolds.

It all makes sense now... it understandable why they are not letting reporters do their job on the BP spill.

[edit on 10-6-2010 by drkid]

Ease off with the 'British polluters' bit. BP is relied upon by a good number of Americans for dividend payments. A number of its directors are American too.

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 11:54 PM
reply to post by tothetenthpower

This is from AJ so its basically sensationalist garbage. However just to bring a little clarity to your statement that if it's natural "how toxic can it be?"...

Uranium is natural but I wouldn't want to walk around with a piece tied to my head.

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 01:16 AM
Not to burst anyones bubble but the reports of toxic gas aren't new. It's been reported virtually since Day 1 that the ratio of gas/oil was approx 1500m3/1bbl escaping from the well. It was not known the exact composition of the gas but benzine and other common gases were suspected.

The problem is it settles to the surface and as it's being blown onshore by winds would smother any community it encountered. Fishermen working for BP on cleanup and those still trying to get a catch before it's all gone were getting very ill and returning to port.

The chemical dispersent was initially blamed but fishermen were reporting strong fuel smells.

The problem with this disaster is that Haliburton seems to have screwed up the cementing process causing a fracture in the well casing as they chose to use seawater in the middle of the process which altered the delicate weight versus pressure equation which resulted in the well pressure winning. As an oil expert commented on Coast to Coast the other day, "you know you haven't done the cementing process correctly when you have cement left over"

The pipe diamater and well pressure are used to figure out how much weight or feet of cement needs to be placed in the casing. If it's off by just a little bit you've blown it and this is when most blowouts occur. The problem with drilling at these depths is that the earth's crust is a lot hotter down at 25000' versus 10000' and that pocket of oil is getting heated and expanding against its container. Like a balloon full of air its just looking for a pin prick to let it loose.

I fear this could get much worse

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 01:20 AM
Don't know if it has been posted yet but here is the interview with Pastor Lindsey Williams.

Whether you like Alex Jones or not. I highly recommend everyone listen to this...

[edit on 11-6-2010 by Anonymous Avatar]

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 01:40 AM
News about the spill just keeps getting worse and worse doesn't it? I really think this crisis is part of revelation because everytime I see that oil gushing out, it looks like a burning lamp and the impact is going to be biblical. Once a hurricane or 2 comes it'll REALLY be biblical then as it burns up the green grass, crops and the food is made bitter.

"And there fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters." There's so many other quotes in Revelation that can used for this crisis.

Remember it's not a literal star, but an incident that happens on earth.

If 2012 is true, then I'd say this oil mega disaster is the start of the woes. You can say Katrina was the 1st but I don't feel it was. That felt like more of a warning and wake up call.

Either way folks, hold onto your hats. Make sure you have your house in order -emergency supplies and all that junk.

God bless us all.

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 02:02 AM

Situation Update No. 4
On 10.06.2010 at 03:29 GMT+2

Seventy-one people, including 10 from Lafourche Parish and two from Terrebonne Parish, have suffered health problems believed to be related to the oil spill, according to a report released Tuesday by the state Health Department. The report cites exposure to chemicals as the source of irritated throats, coughing, shortness of breath, headaches and nausea. Doctors and others are asked to report spill-related illnesses and injuries to the department for inclusion in its database. The Office of Public Health follows up on each exposure-related complaint. “We know there are a lot of people who want to help protect our fragile coastline and fisheries during this difficult time. We just want to make sure that those efforts are done safely,” state Health Secretary Alan Levine said. Those impacted to date include 29 cleanup workers. Twelve were engaged in an unspecified task, seven were breaking up sheen, four were doing offshore work, two were burning oil and three were deploying boom. Twenty-one others complained of ailments while working on oil rigs — 16 on one rig and five on another — and told doctors they were exposed to dispersants, the report says. The remaining 21, including 13 who called poison-control centers but apparently did not see doctors, said they were on shore — 20 of them at home — and felt ill after smelling oil or chemicals. People who may be sensitive to the odors, or who have a pre-existing medical condition like asthma, should stay indoors and keep doors and windows closed, health officials said. Anyone experiencing respiratory problems should contact a doctor. The first complaints began coming in about two weeks after the spill, according to the report, and doctors could not verify all the reported exposures. The report covers illnesses through May 30, and officials say they’ll be releasing weekly reports on oil-related illnesses starting this week. Seven Lafourche Parish fishermen working to clean oil in Breton Sound are among those who fell ill. The men, who complained of nausea, dizziness, headaches and chest pains, were hospitalized May 26. BP officials have questioned whether food poisoning or another reason unrelated to the oil spill may be to blame. Others have said that’s unlikely, given the fact that the men were assigned to three different boats. The illnesses have local fishermen and their families calling for better equipment for cleanup workers, including respirators. Kim Chauvin’s two sons and a pair of family-owned boats have been contracted to help clean the spill. The Chauvin resident said two men on those boats have gotten sick and she’s heard of others from Terrebonne who’ve fallen ill. She said contract workers fear that they will lose their jobs if they speak out about the working conditions. “We need to better equip ourselves, because BP doesn’t give a damn about any of us. We’re an expendable lot,” Chauvin said. BP says air quality in areas where its crews are working is monitored daily and those test results don’t show a need for breathing equipment, according to standards set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. BP has fishermen “between a rock and a hard place,” Chauvin said. Waters are closed to fishing because of the spill, and claims for lost wages submitted to BP come in late or not at all. The payments that are received, she said, aren’t enough to cover bills. A meeting set for tonight at the Ward 7 Citizen’s Club, 5006 La. 56, Chauvin, will address health concerns and other cleanup issues. Erin Brockovich, an environmental and consumer advocate, will be in attendance. Questions about oil-related illnesses can be directed to the Louisiana Poison Center, 1-800-222-1222. The Poison Center is staffed 24 hours a day. To report an exposure-related illness, call 1-888-293-7020.


Seems a lot more are getting sick.

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 02:38 AM
reply to post by DEEZNUTZ

The problem with this disaster is that Haliburton seems to have screwed up the cementing process causing a fracture in the well casing as they chose to use seawater in the middle of the process which altered the delicate weight versus pressure equation which resulted in the well pressure winning. As an oil expert commented on Coast to Coast the other day, "you know you haven't done the cementing process correctly when you have cement left over"

Obviously you know very little about drilling an oil/gas well. Halliburton had no say in displacing the drilling fluid with seawater. That was a decision made by BP. If your "oil expert" made the statement "Halliburton seems to have screwed up the cementing process causing a fracture in the well casing as they chose to use seawater in the middle of the process which altered the delicate weight versus pressure equation which resulted in the well pressure winning.", he is sure as hell NOT an oil expert.

The cement job may have, in fact, fractured the formation, but Halliburton had NO SAY in displacing the drilling fluid with seawater. BP made that decision, WITHOUT running a CBL (cement bond log) first to make sure they had a good cement job. Had BP taken the extra 24 or so hours to run a CBL, they would have known if the cement was good or not and if it was safe to displace the drilling fluid with seawater.

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