reply to post by trolleleet
People are still posting questions here regarding the streams because we were already doing so some days before
that "up to the minute live
feed" thread came into existence. We have also been posting screen caps, video, and links to documents that are highly relevant to what is going on.
You have posts on this thread going back to its first day and contributed some good comments and observations, so you'd be aware of the way the
thread has developed.
Also, as what we are discussing is still relevant to the LMRP cap, what it might be doing (and what they might be doing with it), I see no reason why
we cannot continue the discussion. People are free to ask questions that are relevant to the thread, and where possible we will try to answer them.
Some members post here, some on the "live feed" thread, some (like yourself) on both, and other members doubtless post on neither but glean info
from these threads and many others as well. This crisis has such massive implications and is in some ways so complex that I doubt a single thread
could adequately and coherently cover all aspects of it, so there can be advantages in having these various threads running.
There is certainly no compulsion for members to only use the "live feed" thread and if they wish to continue here and what they post has relevance
to the well, what is happening with it and the general issues related to it, then surely that is not a problem?
EDIT to add:
reply to post by BluePillOrRedPill
I see that your queries have already been answered on the other thread you linked to. Good to see. Also glad that you resolved those differences
If you have the time, read through this thread and you will find quite a lot of information in the form of screen shots, video, and also material you
can download and access. Members have posted superb information and links to material and much of it is well worth having. I have also posted a few
items, such as links where you can get copies of the reports on the BOP, technical drawings of it, and a report from the Halliburton engineers that
details the well's pressure, depth and many other technical parameters.
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