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Oil Disaster Will Be End Of Life As We Know It

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posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 09:12 PM
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I just read this article and quite frankly, It scared the crap out of me!!!

www.infowars.com...

What this guy is saying in the article makes a lot of sense...I beleive that If they could have plugged it, they would have done it by now. I hope to God for everybody's sake this guy is way off and wrong!!!




posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 09:18 PM
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Hmm..

Well it's from prison planet, so my first reaction is:

"Sensationalist Fear Mongering Scum".

However, reading the article, it's not so much fear mongering as giving he facts with a very doom-e outlook.

He's mostly right though, which is the scary part. I dunno about the hurricanes picking up the stuff and bringing it inland, but the rest is pretty spot on.

Some scary stuff, but it won't be the "End of Life".

~Keeper



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 09:29 PM
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Here's a detailed article that answers the "what if" question
regarding a hurricane taking the oil inland:

www.zerohedge.com...



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 09:57 PM
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i would not say its fear-mongering but very probable. time will tell whats going to happen. one of the most stupid idea is probably to nuke that thing! it will crush the seabed open, all oil will spill out, water will stream in and hit some volcanoe stuff. combine that with a nuke explosion, should be the worst explosion earth has ever seen. and who tells you the nuke wont go off before its in place at the well? maybe it coincidentally goes off in a harbour? i remember there was a drill about that some years ago. would suit into the nwo-agenda.

i still cant believe theyre not able to suck the oil up directly and underwater. i imagine a simple tent construction with a tube over the well leading to a ship.

i do believe its an ELE leading to world wide catastrophe. eco systems will be poisoned and destroyed in each case, leading to wider spread serial cataclysms. of course hurricanes and tides will carry it all over the world.

there are only 2 options:

1. suck the oil up, repair the well and stabilize seabed, drill relief wells and clean up / recover the oil and hope all goes well over time
2. worst case ELE / most easily induced by a nuke


plz look here for a great solution to extract oil floating in water
www.abovetopsecret.com...
[edit on 15-6-2010 by april1]

[edit on 15-6-2010 by april1]



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:02 PM
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I think I remember a thread here earlier this week
with an article from Russian Scientist saying almost
the same thing. I'll look for the thread and the
article. hmmmmm

I didn't find the thread but I did
find the article.

www.eutimes.net...



[edit on 15-6-2010 by boondock-saint]



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Well it's from prison planet, so my first reaction is:

"Sensationalist Fear Mongering Scum".

However, reading the article, it's not so much fear mongering as giving he facts with a very doom-e outlook.


You call them "Sensationalist Fear Mongering Scum," and cede that "it's not so much fear mongering as giving he facts with a very doom-e outlook."

Sounds like typical alex jones hate-bandwagon jumping to me.

Don't reply to that, this thread is about the article, not any of our opinions on the people associated with the source...



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:06 PM
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have you been reading the Deepwater forum? This article is nothing compared to that forums doom and gloom!



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by alaskan

Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Well it's from prison planet, so my first reaction is:

"Sensationalist Fear Mongering Scum".

However, reading the article, it's not so much fear mongering as giving he facts with a very doom-e outlook.


You call them "Sensationalist Fear Mongering Scum," and cede that "it's not so much fear mongering as giving he facts with a very doom-e outlook."

Sounds like typical alex jones hate-bandwagon jumping to me.

Don't reply to that, this thread is about the article, not any of our opinions on the people associated with the source...


I gave them credit...

I said I usually would say that about ANYTHING that comes out of Alex Jones or his publications.

In this case however, I feel like the report is acurate, more so than most things I see on his sites...

I'm confused as to what you mean?

~Keeper



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:10 PM
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Doesn't matter...

I'll edit my opinion into this once I'm done reading/thinking about the article...

Edit; It's definitely very strongly written, but not something to read for a news fix if that's what anyone's looking for.

Really makes me wonder how this whole thing is going to affect the far north. I need to learn how to field dress a moose, pronto.

A warmer climate is sounding nice right about now. Scratch that, I want a spaceship so i can watch the next few years unfold from above . . .


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posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:34 PM
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You guys are nuts,of course the well can be stopped,it just cant be shut in and controlled,fracture the formation and the well is sealed,extreme but efficient,you lose revenue and the well,but you stop the damage.

People need to learn to differentiate between controlling and then using the well in the future and SHUTTING OFF THE FLOW OF POLLUTANTS ENTERING --OUR---OCEAN.

Two ENTIRELY different concepts and functions.

The public is being "led"to believe these two things are the same BP is trying to parse the two together to hide the TRUTH.

That to save the environment we could destroy the well bore and BP would lose the well.

The truth is that BP used the technical limits of the law to delay this long and try to recover their revenue producing well that is killing our ocean,the truth is the US and WORLD governments have been well aware of the potential FOR DISASTER that has been written into these laws .These laws were `loaded ìn the favor of the companies in the event of a disaster like this `to accomodate and encourage Oil companies to produce oil.

The US government KNOWINGLY AND WILLINGLY PROVIDED SUPPORT FOR THESE WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY TO RECOVER THE WELL TO EXIST WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE LAWS.The truth is that the people of the planet did not get to vote on these laws but we have no way to defend the planet from these FEW DESTROYERS.

The truth also is that Obama WILL make changes AND FAST as he learns as a leader.


In the mean time ,for everyone interested,YES THEY COULD HAVE STOPPED THE WELL BY NOW IF THEY INTENDED TO ABANDON IT PERMANENTLY.

Any challenges to that assertion.



posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 10:41 PM
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Ok, if the oil is under the pressure we're told it's under, and the sea floor is fissured as much as we're told, over the distance we're told... we just need to seal off a few dozen, maybe a few hundred square miles of sea floor thousands of feet down?

Obama just needs to "learn as a leader?"

Who's nuts?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:16 AM
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You are nuts,thats who,you only need to collapse the well bore and that is not very large at all,use your eyes,what do you see on video,thousands of kilometers of gushing holes.NO.

You see one single wellhead or the remnants of one.

Google wellhead ,they are all over the place wherever oil is found,you can drive up and look at one ,they are similar to what you see on the videos.

The well bore needs to be controlled as a land well would be controlled,DYNAMICLLY.

You dont have the same set of challenges as on land,but there are also advantages.

Yes,as he learns as a leader,his ability to cut through the BS will increase exponentially with his experience as president.

He should admit the laws are flawed,and move to shut the well in using military EXPEDIENCY.



[edit on 16-6-2010 by one4all]



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:29 PM
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Originally posted by alaskan
Ok, if the oil is under the pressure we're told it's under, and the sea floor is fissured as much as we're told, over the distance we're told... we just need to seal off a few dozen, maybe a few hundred square miles of sea floor thousands of feet down?

Obama just needs to "learn as a leader?"

Who's nuts?



I agreee....Who's nuts????



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:51 PM
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D's nuts.

Heard it on the street.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:01 PM
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In my opinion, he is being too optimistic. This is even worse than he supposes, but increasingly I see an unwillingness to face the facts among people because there is a fear under all of them that comes from some form of Protestant religious training about the End Times. So when this event looks like something of Biblical proportion (and this BP catastrophe is of that order), there follows almost a paralysis and resignation or in some cases a giddy expectation of the return of Jesus or the Protestant notion of the Rapture.

Probably Enochian literature would best describe this event: Azazel (Asael) is being released from his prison in the Earth. And with that I can't imagine any more Fresh Doom worth adding.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:22 PM
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Whilst on the whole I remain intrigued by various threads and theories posted, some by clearly well informed industry insiders, that "all's not well down 't' pit" (that's a colloquial English mining phrase), possibly to a terrifying and often unimaginable complexity/scale, I may be able to offer a glimmer of hope?

You said you think if they could have, they would have closed the leak by now. Now look up the last major Gulf oil spill, that Mexican rig in 1979 (can't remember the name), look how long it leaked before they closed it, several months, they went through all the same options and ended up drilling relief wells just like they're (allegedly) doing now with Deepwater.

So, perhaps, just perhaps at least we shouldn't panic about it being unstoppable.

On the other hand, I just can't stop thinking about jeffrybinladen's post:
"I am sorry to report well is crippled down hole very long read" if you want scaring again? He suggests that they may not get the time to do what they did in 1979 for various reasons, I guess we wait with baited breath....

Either way, it is impossible to downplay the damage already done/forecast, as a Brit' poster, I want to reassure those in the USA of our empathy for your situation. Please remember we are not strangers to environmental catastrophes, we are still impacted by Chernobyl fallout (farmers still have to remove sheep from the food chain), oil spills, refinery explosions, or being screwed by faceless global corporates, they are all far too familiar feelings and our hearts go out to you. I'm also of the view this is a global level event both as it stands, or for instance including the impact on the Atlantic ...Gulf Stream...?

[edit on 16-6-2010 by curioustype]



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:45 PM
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It's just a cheaper way of extracting oil so you just build a boom above the leak that is 50 miles square and scoop it up if you can not block the leak.

Sure we would need to deal with storms but it could be done.

Yes it's a false flag and yes people are being panicked but thats just to stop you all thinking about Iserail and the economy going to $hit.

How many wells did Sadam set on fire ? was it 1000 or 5000, I forget but it got sorted out in time and i didn't smell any buring oil here in the UK.

You are being played again much like the H5N1 all over again and the only place this is going is everyone ends up with more taxes or a personal carbon tax paid for in ameros.

Yellow stone, yes one day, astroid hitting earth, you bet but not a pin prick in the ocean that produces oil at a lot slower rate than is being used in the USA each day.




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