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Originally posted by Recouper
I just saw some activity on Skandi ROV2. The ROV seemed to manipulate a fitting on the end a of a line which you can see it holding on to with its right manipulator in the below picture. There was a lot of white substance coming out of the fitting and after that it just allowed it to rest on the the sea floor while still holding on to it.
In the below image you can also see the rusty bar and concrete block that Spy66 was referring to earlier. The ROV's left manipulator is holding on to it.
Also, right now, the ROV is currently roving...
Originally posted by IcarusDeepSea
Is it the saser!!! the laser the laser!!! aaaahhhhhh!!!!!!
Originally posted by twitchy
Area is geologically stable huh? Concept of Magma is ludicrous? 'Drill into magma', what kind of straw are you trying stuff into this thread? Nobody said anything about drilling into magma. Talk about ludicrous Blaine, come on now. You google Mohorovic and throw it around with some authority, but you don't seem to understand that the geolgy of the reigon in question here is FAR from geologically stable, and yes, magma...
Originally posted by spy66
reply to post by Recouper
If this is the well they have the funnel installed on. I sure wouldn't want to be on the boat on top of this leak. Jesse's what a mess BP has made.
They knew that the well produced methane gas when the rig blew up. But if the well starts to produce other lighter gasses as well. That means the flare boom on the boat can create a new disaster.