Richard C Hoagland Interview - Warns of Massive Tsunami & an Armageddon Scenario

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:43 AM
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Richard C Hoagland gave an interview on Coast to Coast a couple of days ago, it was uploaded to you tube a few hours ago. Following the vids I will post a couple of comments he has made on his Facebook Page I'd recommend visiting his page as there is a whole heap of discussion going on there following what he talked about on Coast to Coast.

Richard is warning of a gas explosion that may occur in weeks or months resulting in a massive tsunami travelling at 400-600 MPH that would sink all vessels for miles and drive the oil, toxic dispersants and gases inland within minutes. Read a synopsis and commentary at Steve Quale's site

The intro text alongside the vid says: Think Mount St. Helens -- underwater. Depth recorders have detected a gas bubble growing under the ocean floor, around the well head. If this potential bubble does not get controlled ASAP before it explodes, impending disaster could be awaiting millions of residents in the gulf states.

On Richard's FB page his current headline :Last night on "Coast" I discussed a possible Gulf "armageddon scenario" -- as the cap rock below the Deepwater Horizon's BOP finally bursts, releasing an unstoppable tsunami which could kill hundreds of thousands! To prevent this, the BP "mud logs" for the Gulf must be made publicly available. And, a Gulf network of bu...oys must monitor the situation. E-mail the White House and demand that the President make it so!13 hours ago

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A couple of comments from his FB page :

1.Greg Ahrens : Richard is it a bulge under the ocean floor, or a bubble in the water (i.e. a bulge in the surface of the gulf) ?

Also George cut you off when you started talking about shallow "relief" wells vs. trying to relieve the original well.

Richard C. Hoagland It's a bulge under the Gulf floor, pressurized by a methane bubble gathering (and raising the pressure) in the strata immediately under the sea floor. Currently, the GPS/sonar data says it's about ~20 feet high. We need more accurate monitoring, to have ANY warning of the "worst case scenario."

Which, as you just reiterated, CAN be averted by the drilling of about 10 PROPER "relief" wells ... straight down INTO the upper formations ....

This is actually relatively straightforward engineering ... PROVIDED you analyse the situation correctly. Which, is ALL dependent on the critical "mud dog data."

So, write the White House!


This is FAR from "hopeless" ... if we act together, NOW.

2. Me to Richard: where they were drilling is in the LOWER TERTIARY TREND area where the toal volume of oil from all reservoirs is estimated at 15 billion barells. If the leaking well becomes a hole with no plug and the sea bed around that area starts to collpase could it trigger a chain reaction where we see the sea bed fracturing over a massive area resulting in all the reservoirs spewing forth ?

Richard C. Hoagland Victoria,

That is, indeed, the worst case scenario. But, we're well away from that .. if we get this crucial data, make it public, and act on the concerted advice from the independent geologists who would immediately have access to data they currently do NOT have.

( Now ask yourselves folks, just how likely IS it that this crucial data IS obtained, IS made public and SOON ?)

lower tertiary trend area

more on this area with map

Now you might also want to factor in that within the gulf region are a number of active mud volcanoes plus asphalt (tar) volcanoes, not to mention the New Madrid Fault line. I did a thread about these yesterday :
scientific proof of active mud volcanoes in the gulf

You have to wonder what kind of hell would unleash if a reservoir the size of mount everest opens up as so many are speculating will occur - I am no geologist but maybe someone here could offer an informed opinion as to the effects this would have on the seabed in the surrounding region for X amount of miles....you'd logically speculate that massive pressure would create fractures for tens of miles around , potentially setting of earthquakes and volcanoes along with the Tsunamis, oil slicking inland for hundreds of miles, years of toxic rain, total environmental devastation, etc.

Basically if that reservoir opens up either because of the BOP toppling or just enormous pressure causing the mother of all blow-outs then we are screwed. I know some of you will think this is just more fear mongering, more negative doom and gloom, but there are alot of informed people out there anticipating much the same or worse than Hoagland and it would be stupid to just ignore it all simply because it sounds like the script for an end of the world movie.












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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:10 AM
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As always, an interesting post, Cosmicpixie. However, I am curious about Hoagland's credentials as a scientist and why he would be priveliged to such information that would not be available through other media outlets.

I thought it was rather strange to see Poseidon's Trident behind Pres. Obama's head in the visual. What do you suppose is the message in this subtle imagery?





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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:15 AM
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I'm all for keeping informed with this oil volcano and for being cautious over what the media and BP say...but here we go again with the oil mega tsunamis again



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:15 AM
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George Noory + Steve Qualye + Richard C. Hoaglund = tremendous amount of BS, Lies, Deception.
I visited Richard C's facebook once and all I saw was his claims that CIA had infiltrated his fanpage.
Please stop inundating ATS with BS. Please.

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:18 AM
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He's not formally trained as a scientist but was a NASA consultant and has a huge amount of contacts within the scientific community who he has no doubt been discussing the issue with. You're wise to question his creds but do remember that you don't need a degree to be well informed about different areas of science. You don't need to go to UNI to learn how to read textbooks, journals and so forth. I suspect his conclusions are based on his personal interest in various sciences, his knoweldge accumulated via his days with NASA and his discussions with people who perhaps DO have formal science backgrounds. He does sound like he knows his stuff and similar stuff is coming out of the mouths of many others as we know from all we have been reading here and elsewhere.

Don't focus on the symbols, just consider the science for now I'd suggest and the POSSIBILITIES he is talking about.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:23 AM
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Well whatever your opinion on these people , he sounds genuine enough to me. Try to keep an open mind - granted his sources are not revealed but there is no proof it is BS either

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:29 AM
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Hoagland believes in Martians. Quayle believes in giants. Noory, Hell, he believes in everything.
Personally, I would rather look for gnomes in my garden anyday compared to putting research together from those idiots.

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:32 AM
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Originally posted by Marrr
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Hoagland believes in Martians. Quayle believes in giants. Noory, Hell, he believes in everything.
Personally, I would rather look for trolls in my garden anyday compared to putting research together from those idiots.


Well, whatever, you are entitled to your opinion just as I'm entitled to post discussion that *may* be relevant. Unless he's an accomplished actor there's no mistaking the intensity and fear in his voice - he really believes whatever he has been told.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:34 AM
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reply to post by cosmicpixie
 


Hoagland's been acting since the 60's. The only thing that's changed is his senility..and his hair.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:42 AM
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reply to post by cosmicpixie
 

Cosmic Pixie - thanks for a GREAT thread! S&F
I'm enjoying my morning going over all the videos and material.
Unreal stuff, just unreal.
Thanks again!

Off to go hunt up the address for the White House...

peace

reply to post by Marrr
 


Hoagland believes in Martians. Quayle believes in giants. Noory, Hell, he believes in everything.
Personally, I would rather look for gnomes in my garden anyday compared to putting research together from those idiots.


Sounds like you'll find better company in those garden gnomes of yours than here on a CONSPIRACY THEORY site.

Martians? Giants? YOU BET!


peace

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:45 AM
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reply to post by silo13
 


Perhaps silo, but....



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:56 AM
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i wouldnt debunk things so easily.... Im not saying Hoagland is the Prophet Mummama but he does has contaacts in NASA, The Gov, And the scientific community which have been proven. I bet thats more than you or me have so take a pinch of salt by all meens but dont lash on to much that you drown out the taste.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:06 AM
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reply to post by Master Shen long
 

I agree, there is a slim chance of Hoagland's predictions coming true.
You can't help but overlook the track records of these people though.
Getting on the air and scaring the Hell out of people is their bread and butter. They latch on to a bit of truth and launch it into the stratosphere.
I'm not so convinced on RCH's contacts.
Last I knew he's been shunned like the plague by anyone at NASA and is stayed away from.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:17 AM
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ya see that? I wear it like a badge ma'am. It's my mission to to battle BS.

Oh I thought you'd dropped ya balls.




posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:20 AM
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A great "dangerous gas bubble" is coming?

The earth is gonna let rip! GTFO



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:20 AM
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Well bro if he is wrong (i hope he is) i will buy you a beer!




posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:22 AM
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Marrr has a good point, although I disagree with the petty hair comment. Only weaklings need to belittle physical features of the people they are calling out. As far as I'm concerned, George Noory, Steve Qualye, and Richard C. Hoaglund are all fun for entertainment purposes, but nothing major has happened yet. If the end of the world comes and all these doomsday predictors were correct, I'll be ready to eat my hat, but by that time, it will be hard to swallow all the dust that has been collected on it.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:28 AM
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reply to post by cosmicpixie
 


Excellent site to visit.

Found this interesting:

Vincent Cataldi
I began my 'flash' education explicitly for the reason you state; I saw people "Giving Up" with statements like 'How could it be any worse'?, and 'Russia is laughing at us';

I got in their face every time, this was not an acceptable "public opinion" to me, and I made sure Everyone knew my position: but it was only my hunch initially.

I worked ...
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to Spell Out for all to read, the complexities of unknowns - spent two days researching to prove myself wrong - I could not; with my amateur view, we can not accept a 'nice little nuke' to quickly solve our problem - no quick fix here - and it may not have finished "starting" to look ugly.

I suspect this Concept IS related to what you discovered - yet only you are truly qualified to tell us if I am wrong with certainty; so I did research, compiling data so you could most easily give us all another assessment - an opinion I and others respect greatly.

My question: can (should) we view the highly fractured Gulf of Mexico Impact Zone (Chicxulub Impact Crater ??), now ringed with (oil/gas producing) bore holes (vents), as a virtual "Caldera" ringed by virtual volcanoes; covered by an "explosive" cap of stratified rock embedded with temperamental MH - the virtual caldera cap over the virtual lava dome - and if no - why not ?

One can envision for use the MH 'locked' precariously in the rock strata, from the ocean floor down to the crude oil/gas reservoir, as a blasting cap; a primer cascading to envelope the entire fractured circumference of, highly pressurized - explosively saturated - crude (lava) vault; which if 'energized properly' (naturally or otherwise) could flash-over as a grease fire of enormous scale ?
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"No supervolcano has erupted in recorded human history, but geologists have pieced together what an explosion must have been like. First, a plume of heat wells up from deep within the planet and melts rock just beneath the crust of the Earth, creating a vast chamber filled with a pressurized mix of magma, semisolid rock, and dissolved water vapor, carbon dioxide, and other gases. As additional magma accumulates in the chamber over thousands of years, the land above begins to dome upward by inches. Fractures open along the dome's edges, as if burglars were sawing a hole from beneath a wooden floor. When the pressure in the magma chamber is released through the fractures, the dissolved gases suddenly explode in a massive, runaway reaction. It's like "opening the Coke bottle after you've shaken it," says Bob Christiansen, a U.S. Geological Survey scientist who pioneered research on the Yellowstone volcano in the 1960s. With the magma chamber emptied, the surface collapses. The entire domed region simply falls into the planet, as though the Earth were consuming itself. Left behind is a giant caldera, from the Spanish word for "cauldron."

Source: www.facebook.com...




posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:43 AM
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I wasn't cheap shotting the man over his hair. I am actually rather fond of it.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:59 AM
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Originally posted by cosmicpixie




[url=http://www.petroleum-economist.com/default.asp?Page=14&PUB=279&SID=725897&ISS=25617]lower tertiary trend area [/ur]


it sure was a chore getting a 48 hour pass so i could read the report...

the point that struck me was thia:


...After re-entering an abandoned wellbore,

McMoran Exploration started the year with a gas discovery on its Davy Jones prospect.[...]

Since the discovery, the New Orleans-based independent ( McMoran Exploration)
has drilled Davy Jones down to a total depth of 29,122 feet,
where temperatures exceed 440°F and pressure is around 27,000 pounds per square inch.
The company is formulating plans for a flow test of the well in late 2010
or early next year – an industry first at that extreme combined temperature and pressure range....



Now... it is interesting and intriguing that 'McMoran Exploration' had drilled
down 29k, found high temperature & high pressure gas & oil, back in 2009

why wasn't the BP rig sensors set to alert the drillers they were approaching a danger zone at (non-official depth) 25,200 ft?

there was a precident deep well in the same 50 mile region, which should have set some sort of 'boundary' for the drillers to be very vigilent, and expect very high temps & pressures whenever they did break through the reservoir 'dome' at the deepwater horizon well

McMoran is to be commended on their operation... their protocols, which ran into the same set of unexpected high temp/high pressure gas-oil mix,
was contained then held in limbo until proper flow testing can be done to a oil deposit with similar characteristics as BPs-> blow-out gusher @ deepwater horizon


thanks for the link & the info it contains





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