PLW: BP has tried everything in their power to stop this well, tried every scientific measure ... but there is only 1 thing that can stop this and its
a nuclear device ... BUT ... if we angle drill and put in a nuke device and blow what is there, if we get success we will be the heroes of the world,
chaplain i am scared ... if we explode that device and this strata of oil, if we fail and we rupture that strata further than what it currently is and
plumes are 25 miles away ... if we fail, i don't even wanna think about it
AJ: All other natural wells are filling back up due to abiotic wells below them. They [originally] did think the wells were from natural rotting life
AJ: Caller Terry in Ohio who's been a petroleum engineer for 25 years and worked for Halliburton...
Terry, Halliburton engineer caller: "I've been talking about this ever since i heard it happened. i have even told my wife, the only way you be able
to stop anything since you got all the wreckage and pipe down on top of the well site ...all scattered all over, down there... You have to think its
connected to everything down there, as it would bring it all down ... i even said the only option you would have would be to set off a small nuclear
bomb. but things i would do to seal the well, you know, to cauterize it ... But first of all, you know, i told... like i was telling others... 5,000
feet deep in water, the temperature level down there is almost subzero - its really cold down there, and you really have to figure PSI of salt water
at 9 pounds per gallon at 5,000 ft deep... so you take the weight of salt water and pressure at 5,000 feet + temperature factor... And so you have to
overcome all those things, so you have to determine what size nuke to cauterize this thing. It's almost impossible to figure.
AJ: All these fissures, 2 or 3 or more, 4-6 miles away pluming up - is high pressure pluming up, now eroding the casing - will it blast a bigger and
bigger opening, and get worse?
Terry, Halliburton engineer caller: What really started fissures, they already began when you had the blow out, different safety measures were in
place, even the blow out preventers would hold back the pressure on that. The well practically "fracked" itself in terms of directional fractures,
you know the pressure will go to the place of least resistance ...
AJ: Define what "fracking" is. And what did you think of what Lindsey said about pressures?
Terry, Halliburton engineer caller: When you are going that deep into mantle it is very easy to come into contact with an oil and gas source but at
same time the molten lava and inner earth pressures
AJ: They could have hit a batholyph - magma bubble which rises into higher layers of crust
Terry, Halliburton engineer caller: you know about all them tar patties people have been finding in the sands of Pensacola, Florida? Well, them
things, the extreme pressure and oil and gas pressure is heated ... it's so hot that it is coming up out of the ground under extreme pressure. And
when it hits that cold water it begins to cool just like a lava flow when it hits the ocean
AJ: When we come back, we'll ask ... Besides the oil, what is all that brown and green stuff coming out?
J: A "batholyph" - normally the crust of the earth is 20,000 feet thick. An active volcano is just where the crust gets hulled out by a magma
chamber or batholyph and magma makes it to the surface. There is a rounded area in Austin, Texas, which is a batholyph. The magma pushes the crust up,
and over time it erodes away, and then you have a perfectly round dome of frozen lava / cooled magma.
AJ: We know that the Russians, when their deep land strikes kill a bunch of people, they just sweep it under the rug...
AJ: Dr. Stan Monteith out in California knew who Pastor Lindsey Williams was, and all Lindsay's predictions have come true.
PLW: that petroleum geologist backed up all you had to say. it looks like they drilled into a "batholyph".
PLW: Senator Bill Nelson, the Democrat from Florida, appeared yesterday on MSNBC (on cable/satellite TV) - Andrea Mitchell interviewed him. He said
oil is seeping up from the sea bed.
PLW: The report from NOAA this week: Chris Baltimore of Houston (REUTERS): "UX" experts investigating reports of underseas plumes on Tuesday,
conserved reports of the presence of levels of oil beneath the surface. They confirm the presence of subsurface oil... underseas plumes... That caller
was exactly right. Undoubtedly whenever this extreme pressure of 20,000 psi burst the pipe, it probably burst it at numerous points between the
drilled depth and the top of the sea floor, leaking as far as 20 miles away. The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association) has now confirmed
plumes 20 miles away - this means it has fractured in many spots.
AJ: a "lacholith" [sp?] = still molten lava. people said this strike looked like a volcano
PLW: the black oil in water of gulf is not ... NOT ... the greatest danger!! we are not being told by our president and congressmen ... the black oil
is just destroying wild life and beaches and marshlands and coral reefs. what comes out with the oil: this is causing death of humans and unborn
babies. most people think that only oil comes out - this is not true
PLW: I'm reading right from the EPA report which was released just this week: the EPA went to gulf, made tests, found THE MOST TOXIC compounds and
gases are in the air, and they are flammable and TOXIC!
PLW: The EPA is hiding this! Volatile organic compounds in air in gulf! [this stuff is now floating] in the atmosphere [heading east toward
PLW: hydrogen sulfide - allowed levels according to EPA 5-10 PARTS PER BILLION (ppb). They tested over the last few days in the gulf air, winds are
now carrying this to the shore: tested levels this past week presently: 1,200 ppb
PLW: benzene - allowed safe levels: 0-4 ppb. current tests going to shore: 3,000 ppb. Dangers: causes malignancies and CANCER, deformed babies, and
respiratory problems, exposure to low levels of benzene: causes dizziness, drowsiness, tremors, unconsciousness ... And the long effects: damage in
the bone marrow, blood problems, weakens the immune system; targets your organs, kidneys, lungs, and brain.
PLW: methylene chloride: airborne safe levels 61 ppb. current levels 3,000 to 3,400 ppb!
PLW: Americans in Florida are now breathing ALL of this stuff!!
PLW: And if we had a hurricane ... a hurricane could carry this stuff all the way up the east coast and no hospital system in the world could treat
AJ: the only good news is that some of this stuff might become a little bit diluted in the water or the air as it comes out? Anyway you slice it, it
is a catastrophe. What did your source say about nukes?
PLW: my source was scared to death. He said the only way to stop this is to use a nuclear device. i could hear the fear in his voice. because of the
deep strata BP drilled into and extreme pressure and what happened to the pipe, it would take months via drilling at an angle, to be able to do it.
what frightens [my source] the most is if we use a nuke, we might succeed. But if we DON'T succeed, we crack that strata further and it will never be
stopped and it will flow like this and even more FOR EVER!
AJ: [Reading here...] Vanadium, atomic number 23, is a soft, silver-grey, ductile transition metal... I have unconfirmed reports, coming in from my
email. This emailer's friend is a toxicologist from the EPA, an official asking all consultants and researchers, and they are asking about Vanadium.
Reporting extremely high levels of vanadium... And upper management is upset because they have no info about Vanadium exposure, and there was only 1
study done. It is highly toxic.
PLW: You might get an EPA consultant to call in.
AJ: Lindsay, did you ever hear anything from your source about Vanadium?
PLW: No i did not hear about Vanadium. I will contact my source each week, and next time, I'll ask him about Vanadium. I just made a new emergency
DVD, just out this week... about the BP Gulf Disaster.
Caller from Louisiana: the info may not be as good as what you just had there but i can just tell you some of the things i saw. i know that they have
the time line for the explosion and i know that the first name up there as work done by Halliburton ... within 20 hours of injecting minerals into the
well they had gas problems and in 20 hours later the explosion occurred. they have standard procedures to handle venting and it is the first time in
history all 3 safety measures failed. it was just explained to me by people who do do this for a living...
AJ: Caller, what... You're just a separate contractor? So, mega record pressure. What is a normal pressure?
PLW: At Prudhoe Bay they had 1,500 psi - a pretty good pressure. To get 20,000 would blow anything any human company has ever developed, on the face
of this earth.
Louisiana caller: my end was cleanup. Some examples of things I saw: they were ready to deploy 1,500 feet of lanyard boom. But they said someone had
to count it. They moved it from boat to boat. After 5 days they could have deployed it after counting it ... I do know that another excellent oil
[garbled] could have been hit
(Commercial break: Alex goes on a long rant on Freedom of Speech, after the commercial break. He talks a little bit about how E-Bay temporarily
disabled his store account over "hate speech" crap, him having criticized Hitler)
AJ: Lindsay tell them how to get your new emergency DVD about the BP Gulf Oil disaster
PLW: You can order it here:
Or go to this website,
** show is now over, it goes into overdrive (re-streams did not carry the overdrive portion ... sadly)
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