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

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 06:37 AM
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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 06:41 AM
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Thank you Richard for your evidence. Of course I have already posted this information because we are still in the lake Nios WCS senario. Now, let me really wreck you nanobots train (naaa...it can't be this, naaa show me your proof) If they do not find a way to get rid of that methane gas bubble and there is a batholith or magma behind that oil and mud, here is what will happen next. When the magma goes up that tube and strikes that gas it will look like lightening on the bottom of the gulf. Next, massive amounts of red sediment will be seen on the surface (like blood). The gas bubble will travel up to the surface and sink every ship in the area (ala... Bermuda Triangle so get the tankers out of there). Then follow what Mr. Hoagland stated to the letter. Got it, get it, goooood! What part about bigger problems do you all not get?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 06:56 AM
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I don't understand something. RCH's whole theory is based upon a massive build-up of gas. This requires an obstruction, defined as an inlet with no outlet. Thus creating a bubble.

But that's simply not what we have here. There's a pipeline going 24,000 feet into the ground. That is effectively a pressure release from all potential bubbles. How could RCH's hypothetical gas bubble form in the first place with the primary line being open-ended? There would be no chance for pressure to build up sufficiently, I would think.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:00 AM
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Thanks for taking the time and effort to get the pass...I just saw that you had to pay to read more and assumed some significant annual fee so didn't bother. A very interesting report, yes . I will read again and digest properly a bit later and see what else can be found



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:02 AM
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Originally posted by Son of Will
I don't understand something. RCH's whole theory is based upon a massive build-up of gas. This requires an obstruction, defined as an inlet with no outlet. Thus creating a bubble.

But that's simply not what we have here. There's a pipeline going 24,000 feet into the ground. That is effectively a pressure release from all potential bubbles. How could RCH's hypothetical gas bubble form in the first place with the primary line being open-ended? There would be no chance for pressure to build up sufficiently, I would think.


I will post your very pertinent Q on his FB page and regularly check for a response.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 08:15 AM
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Interesting but disturbing read. Thank you for posting. Out of curiousity, is your avatar a picture of you and your son, or daughter?
Great photo.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:06 AM
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Sorry Richard C. There is no such thing as "Mud DOG data". You are obviously just parroting info with a typo and having no inkling that what you are saying is garbage. Mud LOG data is what you are referring to.
The formation above the resivoir won't be EXPLODING IN A HUGE CATASTROPHIC BOOM either. If it were that the gas is migrating further up the formation, it will reach a level and seep out into the gulf. It isn't able to form in an elastic formation like a balloon.
Please ATSers, don't listen to this guy. He hasn't a clue.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:09 AM
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Originally posted by wirefly
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Sorry Richard C. There is no such thing as "Mud DOG data". You are obviously just parroting info with a typo and having no inkling that what you are saying is garbage. Mud LOG data is what you are referring to.
The formation above the resivoir won't be EXPLODING IN A HUGE CATASTROPHIC BOOM either. If it were that the gas is migrating further up the formation, it will reach a level and seep out into the gulf. It isn't able to form in an elastic formation like a balloon.
Please ATSers, don't listen to this guy. He hasn't a clue.


Richard says mud LOG, if he wrote DOG elsewhere it was a typo obviously. Read my OP where I copy and paste his FB update - he says LOG



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:11 AM
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Originally posted by manta78
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Interesting but disturbing read. Thank you for posting. Out of curiousity, is your avatar a picture of you and your son, or daughter?
Great photo.


Yes that's me with my son taken not long after he was born in 2003 so a fair while ago now...it's one of my fave pics but I really ought to get a more recent one sorted



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:22 AM
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Gelology, and Geophysics, at least the theories, are based on the least path of resistance and structural integrity failing.

Given the likelyhood of interconnected channels withing the geological structure, evidence of pressure build would be witnessed in other wells and rigs. Explosions etc. Anyone checked?

Conceptually fearmonger tacticts and sensationalism, prevails Et Hoags.

Sorry to burst the bubble.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 09:37 AM
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I have personally listened to Coast to Coast with both Noory and Art Bell for close to 20 years. Richard is an extremely intelligent man. He has been my favorite for years. The key with him is it usually is all facts/No BS.

What he is saying has probably been on many of our minds here. We all know that there is more to the story then a oil spill......there always is.
Now

IMO I would be seriously considering a re-location. I have musician friends in Nola and they have already got themselves somewhere else for the forseeable future.
THIS IS NOT FEAR MONGERING. I simply can't believe that a oil spill of this magnitude and so close to inhabitated areas is just a matter of cleaning it up.

Gases (Already), Hurricanes (Soon for sure), Ocean Floor Explosions (Very realistic situation), Mass Exidous (Is what will happen) would be the top 4 LOGICAL reasons I would be going on a camping trip or visiting Aunt in Nebraska,Iowa N & S Dakota.

I am on East Coast of Canada and even here a explosion of this magnitude in the Gulf would effect us here in sea Level rise.

There are far more then usual earthquakes happening:
earthquake.usgs.gov...

First signs of Tropical weather:
www.nhc.noaa.gov...

History of Gulf of Mexico Hurricanes:
www.hurricaneville.com...

Oilwell Gases:
en.wikipedia.org...

vodpod.com...

Be well my Southern friends, do your fact checking, get independant pollution reports, watch the Hurricane situation and plan a route if you decide to "Wait it Out".....for years



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:08 PM
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The Earth is heating up, for example Lake Superior is getting mysteriously hotter, as we blather here.

If the Earth is heating up from intensifying solar activity and lack of magnetosphere protection, then we can expect a lot more oil, gas and water to surface.

Get me a #ing spacesuit!



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:31 PM
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I did not see your thread, and I did a search with ATS' search engine.

Anyway, here is the summary of what Richard says in the first video.
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What Richard is saying is that meanwhile the media, BP, and politicians are claiming that the problem is over and all we need to do next is clean it up, in fact the worse is not over, and it is just starting.

There are reports that surface ships using gps, and depth finders have recorded in the last month the emergence of a gas bubble under the Gulf of Mexico floor which is between 15-20 miles accross, and tens of feet high.

So far this is preliminary information, but this gas bubble formation is forming around the wellhead of Deepwater Horizon.

There are scientists who have written against this type of drilling, because we do not have the technology to safely drill this deep where the pressure can be almost 100,000 psi.

Richard states that everything they did seems like they were setting up for this disaster to occur, and they have did the oposite to what they should have done as they started drilling this well, and if they ahd followed procedure this event could have been avoided.

What this could cause is if the bubble comes up, other rigs, and ships for miles around this bubble would sink.

The worse case scenario, according to Richard, if this well were to create cracks on the sea floor, which there are indications that it is doing, if they try to cap this well, or the final rupture occurs, we could have the most horrendous gas explosion 50 miles off the coast of Luisiana, think Mount Saint Helens underwater.

What this would do is create a large cloud of toxic material which would drift with the winds towards populated areas and affect millions of people.

This gas explosion would also create a tsunami moving at aorund 400-600 mph in an expanding ring all accross the gulf. The state that would be the most vulnerable is Florida.

In a nutshell that's what Richard says in the first part of the video.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:35 PM
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Since when did Hoaxland appoint himself a geologist specialising in oil and gas?

And if I get interviewed on C2C about the imminent arrival of a mutant star goat will you all board the B Ark? Please?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:41 PM
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Thanks for posting a good synopsis


@Essan - Richard was basically reiterating what various sources have told him , he's not appointing himself as anything other than a messenger of info passed on to him. Granted the sources are not named but he did say that one of them was prepared to come forward....so it's wait and see on that point. You can clearly hear in Richard's voice that he believes what he's been told and he sounded quite freaked out really.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:45 PM
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Why are they saying they have gas under the sea bed at 100,000psi presure because the gas would be liquid and if it realy is 20ft fix and 25 miles across and at that presure then as it came to the surface then its volue would be ten times bigger.

How did a pin prick in the earth create all this bubble and surly it would had release at least a slight bit of the presure.

i'm not sure i agree with the theory that if you drill a hole realy deep that the pressure would force it's way up to the surface at that kind of presure else volcanos would never stop once they broke to the surface but i could be wrong.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:52 PM
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And like i said in the u2u I sent you once again you show no evidence at all to debunk this...

Perhaps you don't know, or understand what it means to be inquisitive, or to research something that could very well be a real problem...

When I started my thread I even put a question mark to show that I am not saying this is certain... but somehow you missed that, and instead you decided to use ad hominem attacks at people's intelligence for trying to figure out whether there is any truth to this or not...


How about you do something constructive? And if you don't have anything to provide perhaps it is better if you start your own thread bitching about "why people are making threads about the oil spill"....

[edit on 16-6-2010 by ElectricUniverse]



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:57 PM
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Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
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And like i said in the u2u I sent you once again you show no evidence at all to debunk this...


I'm unaware of any evidence to support?

If I said the Moon was made of marshmallow and will crash into the Earth next wednesday, would you need to provide scientific evidence in order to dismiss it?

But time will show who is right.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:17 PM
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The thing is that BP drilled through several gas, and oil wells to get to this super well.

The depth that they drilled into is where we find subduction zones and tectonic plates, and is the area where many earthquakes form.

The pressure at this depth varies, but it can be between 10,000 psi, and yes it is possible for the pressure to reach up to possibly close to 100,000 psi.

I started a thread about this to find out if there is any truth to the claim made by Richard that this, or these gas bubble/s are forming.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:20 PM
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Originally posted by Essan

I'm unaware of any evidence to support?

If I said the Moon was made of marshmallow and will crash into the Earth next wednesday, would you need to provide scientific evidence in order to dismiss it?

But time will show who is right.


...So there is no leak, and gases, hydrocarbons, and vocs are not leaking from the Deepwater Horizon well?...


Stop making up red herrings, you are only embarrassing yourself further.






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