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Originally posted by clydoz
The video shows what might be a lat-lon in the upper left corner. Plotting it
comes out 1000 miles or so due west of Costa Rica. That's on the same fault line as the big Peru earthquake of a few weeks ago. Seems to be some activity there and in Peru in the last week.
1. BP 39% US owned. 2. Transocean (An American company) owned and manned the rig, out of 126 crew on board 6 were BP. 3. The MMS (Mineral Management Service) is a US government organization which is supposed to be responsible for and carry out safety inspections. They make billions a year selling oil companies like BP the mineral rights and authorize drilling. 4. Halliburton, oilfield technology and services company also directly involved, 2nd largest off shore drilling supply company in the world, you guessed it, also primarily American owned, headquarters Houston Texas.
Originally posted by MissSmartypants
reply to post by alexhiggins732
I must admit I've been too busy mowing the yard to listen to your interview yet....so you're saying they may have drilled into a fault? I had read that in a previous thread here on ATS. Someone conjectured that the reputed plume located 6-7 miles from the well is actually caused by a second leak occuring along this fault and the poster postulated about what would happen if a riff 6 miles long opened up between these two leaks. I'm not saying that's true, just interesting.
So if they have drilled into a fault a nuclear explosion would make things worse rather than seal the leak?
[edit on 6/13/2010 by MissSmartypants]
Originally posted by edmc^2
reply to post by MissSmartypants
IMHO using a nuke at this point in time is very dangerous even can be disastrous...