posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:51 PM
I am far from an expert in any of the fields presented, and frankly, lack talent in expressing details…more of an ideas person.
**The drawings I have attached could have been done far better by my 10 year old, as I do not proclaim to be an artist of any sort!**
To understand the equipment we need, one must subscribe to the idea that our government has in its possession nuclear powered tunnel boring machines
(T.B.M.) that can melt the walls into a smooth glass surface. Their existence is debatable but I don’t wish to debate that here. I understand that a
patent doesn’t equal a working prototype. I also would not like to debate the idea of D.U.M.B.'s either
Some useful links so you can make up your own mind:
The September, 1983 Omni ran a picture story on the "Subterrene," a nuclear tunnel-boring machine developed at Los Alamos. The machine burrows
through deep underground rock, heating it to a molten state (magma), which cools after the Subterrene moves on. The result is a tube with a smooth,
glazed lining that can be used for the high-speed transport shuttles that link the sub-base complexes.
A good thread about it- www.abovetopsecret.com...
What I think we should do is use at least 1 Nuke TBM to bore a tunnel under the point of main leakage, the BOP site, to another point, perhaps miles
away. For a faster tunnel, we could employ 2 machines to meet in the middle as well.
Then, we set off controlled explosions (perhaps low yield nukes) at each end of the tunnel, between the tunnel and the oil deposit on one end, and
between the tunnel and the main well.
The intent is to create a wash-off system that would just begin circulating the oil through the tunnel back into the other part of the oil deposit.
This would release pressure on the remnants of the BOP pipe, allowing us to cap it there and just seal everything up.
Is this crazy or too simple to work?