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Originally posted by whaaa
I don't think the orange stuff coming out of the pipe now is magma but gasses that have been ignited by something, perhaps magma.
Could get interesting. When the camera quits functioning, you will know something dramatic has happened.
[edit on 23-6-2010 by whaaa]
Originally posted by FateAtkinson
... There must have been something in the oil that steadily ate away at the pipeline. Maybe they were transporting some kind of acidic compound mixed in with the oil on that ocean liner and it is what's causing the leaks and it changed the pigmentation of the oil, turning it orange! It's a cover up!
Originally posted by 0R10N
reply to post by ladyinwaiting
That is so funny (CNN) because I got up this morning, turned on FOX News and started my morning routine. I wish I had TiVo (spelling?) because they said "Coming up this morning, clean up workers found dead and BP is scrambling because they have been working with faulty information from the federal government." Well when the segment came up, they just spoke about how BP HAS been relying on faulty information from the government and they weren't on the topic for long. No dead workers mentioned, and they went right to the Gen. McCrystal story.
2. Even more telling - notice the 'blob' of stuff on the flange. It wasn't there a few hours ago. Yes, the angle IS different. However, you still should be able to see the yellow discharge on the flange in the picture on the right.
Originally posted by Doc Holiday
reply to post by Dorfl
If you look at rthe nut that resemble a cup...or mug...and try to look at this with that orientation and timing mark in mind...the yellow blob...as stated would be behind the pipe and out of view in the 2nd pic IMO...
Its rotated at least 90 degrees from the comparison pic.