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BP Knew- Prepare Your Children!

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posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 02:38 PM
I saw a different video - before the BP spill - about the terror attack and natural disaster happenings making up the lines of a pentagram... I'll see if I can find it to post it.

Anyway, now seeing the final lines in place...

Geesh, that's just too freaky to be a coincidence.

Hell... This could be IT huh...

[edit on 24-6-2010 by silo13]

posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 02:47 PM
Suffice to say that are people who have tried to work this all out (and they are experts in this sort of thing) and even they have trouble coming up with an accurate estimate. Most now seem to be giving a figure up around the 100,000 BPD sort of mark. Some say it's more. (BP of course is not giving figures for flow, just what they "capture".)

So, whatever... While it's kind of comforting to know that even with a uncontrolled outflow of 1 million gal/day it would take (x) thousand years to cover the world's ocean with 1" of oily gunk, the point is that things do not need to get anywhere near that bad before we are in deep ...errm... trouble.

As you all know, the world's oceans are incredibly important to our existence because they supply a good 70% of the oxygen we breathe, they help to moderate and regulate temperatures, they're vital for the water cycle, and they are fundamental food sources.

But many of these systems are in pretty fine balance and just a small tip one way or the other can have huge knock-on effects. The earth itself will manage fine, but if these systems go out of whack (relative to what's good for us and most other life on this planet), then it could take a long time to get back into some type of balance again -- and that new balance could be quite different from what we know now.

Ditto the concerns over the methane gas that's being released. Again, it would take (x) thousand years to replace CO2's "role" and become greenhouse gas #1. But again, it doesn't have to. Just by adding to the mess of harmful stuff that's already floating around it might be enough to tip the balance one way or another.

The trouble is, we really don't know how many more straws it might take to break the environmental camel's already straining back. We only know things are pretty dire and BP's "efforts" are not helping in any way.



posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 03:10 PM
reply to post by No King but Jesus

I heard of that qoute before. It's scary to think about but you can not ignore.

posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 03:14 PM
reply to post by silo13

Sadly, it can be it. I know I will not eat anything from the sea from a certain point and on.

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