reply to post by Alethea
This is the third time I have tried to send this message. I don't know what's up. If I were paranoid, I would think someone doesn't want this
message to get out.
Myles finally opened up. He has been scared to death to tell what he knows. Now he feels compelled to speak out. He was a geologist working for BP.
He told them plainly that the area where they put the DWH was unstable, and worse, inherently dangerous. He told them more than a year ago and
still they erected the rig directly over a huge underground reservoir of methane. They thought they could get the oil that's on top without
disturbing the methane bubble underneath of it.
But that first explosion was nothing compared to what he thinks is about to happen. The bubble could be a massive 15 to 20 miles. It is toxic and
explosive and has been trapped for eons under the Gulf sea floor. The robotic submersibles have already spotted fracturing. He said it's too late,
When the bubble escapes, every nearby ship, drilling rig and structure will instantaneously sink. All the workers, engineers, Coast Guard personnel
and marine biologists measuring the oil plumes' will instantly perish.
It will erupt through the seabed with the force of Mt St. Helens and explode with a pressure of 50 tons psi. Then the whole sea floor will collapse.
The cloud of methane will kill everything and the collapse will cause a supersonic tsunami 200 ft high, traveling between 400 to 600 miles per hour.
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and southern region of Georgia are low and will get hit.
That's why they are sending you to NY. We have decided to seperate since Myles let us in on his secret. Jose and Anibal will head to family in NM.
Lonnie and Jimmy Wayne are frantically calling everyone they know and telling them to head for high ground...elevations of 200 ft. or more.
John is an ex-marine. He has buddies and they will work together to start a little unit of Freedom Fighters. Myles, my boys and I will stay with
them. Even Lady will be welcome. We will have a meeting later. John has a friend out in the country. We can all "reconnoiter" there. I guess, I
better learn the "lingo."
If they are telling you about rouge methane clouds, why aren't they worried about your area getting hit my one. Maybe they do have friends at
You asked about rain bands. They must have moved you closer to the Gulf. We have some wind and it's raining, but so far, doesn't seem like it will
get nasty here. The weather channel isn't carrying for this area.
Take care and stay safe.