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RSOE 'Blue Out' BP Spill - With 'risk' notice...

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posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 03:02 AM
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BP and the Government are really covering all their bases.

Even though no one can be harmed getting too 'close' viewing a satellite picture?

Even though no one can 'interrupt the cleanup process' by viewing the ugly realities in the oily rainbow of the actual oil spill in 'dying' colors?

'They're' still making sure we can't see what's really going on. Not even RSOE and IMO I find that incredibly unsettling and honestly RSOE has lost all credibility with me.

New announcement on RSOE I've never seen before. (I did not check it yesterday, but, it's this is still new to me.)

Here it is...





Take note of the last sentence above.

Wide View





Close Up





???



peace

[edit on 5-7-2010 by silo13]




posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 11:21 AM
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I can't find any screen shots of before the 'Blue Out' - Does anyone on ATS have some to post?

Anyone know a way to get archive screen shots from RSOE? (I doubt that highly)...

I don't have Google Earth - What about them? Is it still live, or in 'Blue-Out'?

Thanks - Peace



posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 11:27 AM
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Wow a very interesting development. It will be interesting to see if others follow suit and what it looked like prior. Any cached stuff you can find before this "pilot" went online>

It might all be moot anyway because isn't the word that they are sinking 98% of the oil with the Corexit? The 2% that makes it to the surface appears relatively innocuous and seems to be enforcing the opinions of the people who saying, "look it's not that bad."



posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 11:44 AM
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Any cached stuff you can find before this "pilot" went online?


I'm kicking myself believing the view would always be available.
Talk about gullible - or at least I'm feeling that way.
Rule of thumb from now on - keep all screen shots!

I'm in hopes someone here on ATS will have saved, what I did not.

I wonder what's up with Google Earth? My old beast of a computer can't handle another program, so, I'll have to wait and see what other's can see, or in this case, not see.


Thanks - peace



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