posted on Jul, 30 2010 @ 04:43 PM
reply to post by Morpheas
Let me see if I can help you out on that....
What happened in the Gulf of Mexico is that while drilling for methane, something went wrong. Whether it was sabotage, of the technology is new and
dangerous, all that is being kept quiet.
Could be terrorists sabotaged the well so that Methane/Oilgae/salt water alternative fuel source puts OPEC and Venezuela out of business.
Methane mixed with algae creates more methane. Methane harnessed is an alternative to crude. As is natural gas. The methane/algae/salt water
connection is called Oilgae.
Could be that environmentalists sabotaged the oil rig. To create oilgae, it takes an algae farm. That's a large tract of salt water, admixed with
methane and algae. The world is two thirds salt water. Plenty of ocean. But the environmental whackos don't want the ocean used for oilgae
Yeah, an oilgae farm kills fish. The saltier and more brackish the water, the more oilgae produced. The Gulf of Mexico is saturated with methane,
floating crude and algae (also known as the Red Tide).
There's a plan on the drawing board to turn a large chunk of the Gulf of Mexico into an oilgae farm. The Gulf of Mexico is about fished out already.
The Red Tide annually kills most of the marine life.
The beat goes on. The world's population keeps growing. Everybody's supposedly screaming for an alternative fuel source. But the environmentalists
don't want to see the Gulf of Mexico become what it already is: an oilgae farm that needs cultivating.
The Dead Sea is already a rather large methane pool putting out oilgae.
Large chunks of the Great Lakes, the Great Salt Lake, etc....all potential oilgae producing farms in the peak oil generation.