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Originally posted by ANNED
As for hitting the casing with the relief wells that is not a problem.
If they miss they just pull back 100 feet and cement and try again as they are using a Rotary steerable system.
They can do it till they hit.
Originally posted by OuttaTime
reply to post by Xenophobe
I agree with you there. I could tell they were clouds but they sure look quite small and spotty. Pic #28 sure looks odd. Those clumps of clouds on the left have a pattern, and up in the right top corner it looks like a circular arc of a cloudline. It's probably nothing, but it sure is peculiar
I may be totally wrong, but can we rule out that they are HAARPing the area too? It IS the most sophisticated form of ground penetrating radar we have
edit to add: I just did a bit of research on that cloud type. It's an Altocumulus 'Mackerel pattern'. My bad.
[edit on 12-6-2010 by OuttaTime]
Originally posted by nite owl
NEW NEWS, THEY DECIDED TO NUKE IT. Obama gave a deadline and BP cannot make it, and then blaintantly told the truth why. They are getting ready for the nuke option and all boats in the Area are to be escorted out. Now not only are we polluting, now we are going to put radiation in the water.
A metal container or storage tank, capable of holding several thousand gallons, washed ashore in the Laguna Beach area of Bay County, Florida Saturday morning. Residents say first crews to the area said they believed the tank came from the Deep Water Horizon Oil Rig that exploded, burned and sank off the coast of Louisiana 55 days ago.
Residents at that section of the beach say the tank first appeared last night and washed up to the shoreline over night. But no one reported it to authorities until mid morning today.
Eye witnesses tell newschannel seven the tank had BP identifying logos on it but those were promptly removed when crews arrived late this morning.
Its not known what is inside the tank but the Coast Guard, Bay County Hazmat Teams and The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission sealed off the area for a thousand feet after fumes from the tank were so noxious people began feeling ill.
Bay County EMS Ambulance units were sent to the scene to stand by but they apparently we not needed.
Even though Bay County Hazmat teams did some on the spot testing to see what was involved but the liquid substance couldn't be identified.
After spending most of the day on the problem crews ended up loading the container onto a large truck with to truck it to the local Coast Guard Station when it will then go to Louisiana for testing to see if it petroleum or a dangerous chemical.
Originally posted by nite owl
Another oil leak five miles from first, type this in on you -tube.
Originally posted by LateToTheTable
UPDATE: JUNE 12, 2010 8:04 PM Posted On Native Spirits Website Just Now
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