posted on Jun, 14 2010 @ 02:59 PM
reply to post by loam
"NOAA is confirming the presence of very low concentrations of subsurface oil at sampling depths ranging from the surface to 3,300 feet at locations
40 and 42 nautical miles northeast of the well site and another sampling station at 142 nautical miles southeast of the wellhead," Lubchenco said.
Clearly there was some 'activity' at the location mentioned in the email. Could be just another 'misinterpretation' of the facts fueled by the
rumor mill or the real deal. Interesting. But I know there was something else mentioned with similar coordinates several weeks earlier. Still
looking for it.
Cheers OP, and thanks loam.
If there are 'leaks' in the seafloor 42nm N.E. and 142nm S.E., then this could potentially mean that the seafloor has a rupture running along the
N.E./S.E. axis for at least 184nm!
This rang a small bell with me, and remembered a C2C video i saw a day or two ago. I'll have to search again for it, because i can't remember what
the guest's name was, but he was saying something about the area where the well is, is smack atop a plate fault line, that runs all down through S.
There may be some truth if this data is correct. The joint between the plates may be fracturing.
I'll see if i can find the video. ETA; OK, it wasn't C2C, and it wasn't a video, it was mp3 radio, from a show called Veritas show, the show and
player is here
The guy doing the talking about the crustal plates in the region is called A.C. Griffith, and the show is episode 80.2
May be something, may be nothing, but it says to me that there are multiple ruptures along the seafloor, all running along this N.E. - S.E. axis for
quite some distance. If the plate 'seam' is along the same axis, this might be more than most of us have bargained for. He talks of devastation
undreamed of, thus far, at least by me.
Let's hope it's not connected to the plates.
[edit on 14/6/2010 by spikey]