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Gulf oil spill not caused by BP

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posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 12:04 PM
The Gulf oil spill was not caused by a technical mistake. It was, in fact, caused by micro earthquakes in the area according to CPZ (Centro Pesquisa Ziguratz- Brasil)..

posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 12:27 PM
This kind of joke is really posted in SAD TASTE...

\BP is the one responsible for the Drill, The drill's mismanaged Construction, and it's Mismanaged Cleanup Attempt.

BP is responsible for all the COREXIT used to suppress the spill.

BP is responsible. Hands down. the End!

posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 12:33 PM
So.. BP paid this guy How Much?

He might otherwise have an interesting theory if we didn't already KNOW that it was Human Error that led to this disaster. I suppose he just discounts all the testimony of the survivors and the records of all the corner cutting BP does?

posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 01:22 PM
There were no secrets or unknowns about the nature of the geology near and around this drill site.

Whatever occurred, whether your inclined to be an apologist for the industry, or the company - these were and are the risks associated with the activity.

Risks which are the whole point of the problem. Who took the risk? NOT why, NOT when, NOT how, NOT where.... but WHO.

Those who take the risks have a moral obligation to face the consequences. It is the reason they can charge whatever they please for the glorious returns on their 'investment.' Yet every time they fail, they mobilize massive forces political, legal, financial, and marketing-wise to avoid the risk that was part of the package all along.

As corporate citizens that are a separate class ... there is a huge point of contention about equality when you consider that death, destruction, and mayhem are something for which they NEVER seem to pay... meanwhile we have more people in prison than ever before.... but you can't imprison a corporation...

are we learning yet?

posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 01:29 PM
Ok, CPZ, fine. Let's assume that's correct. Then why the hell didn't BP take the utmost precaution?

Let's even say BP didn't know those microearthquakes exist. Deepwater drilling is still highly risky for a host of other reasons! But BP showed NO credible, actionable plan for when ANYTHING, let alone microearthquakes, goes wrong.

If this is the best BP, or anyone responsible for deepwater drilling, can do to prevent or to contain a disaster the result of ANY leak, no matter the cause, then this will go down in history as another example of corporate homicidal negligence. Remember Bophal.

Sorry, CPZ, but so what?? The horses are out of the barn, the oil is out of the well.

posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 01:44 PM
Does anyone remember This thread ?

Reporting on every seismograph being hit all at the same time? interesting that the guy in the video is saying what he did and this incident happening in May.

You cant just dismiss information like that, just in case he is telling the truth, something which could eventually have an effect on all of us, if something is being hidden don't we need to find out what? money or compensation is no good to anyone if we are blind sided into looking the wrong way when we should be looking at a bigger problem.

posted on Sep, 2 2010 @ 03:35 PM
Again, today, September the 2nd 2010 another explosion occured on an Oil Platform...this trend will continue...the sea floor is compromised as previously stated in the above video...

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