reply to post by Three_moons
Your remarks are honest and logical. For that fact alone I am at least pleased that someone, anyone other than myself viewed the videos with a mature
attitude instead of discounting everything because of any one item that qualifies it as less than credible. That attitude is the easy way out and it
contributes to complicity. I for one do not work that way.
I for one thrive in an open thinking environment and with that being stated, I want to state that any discussion generated about this matter is a
Judging the video's worth by the commentators remarks of someone speaking oddly is not a good way to promote seriousness, but I have learned to look
past the messenger to the message. I wish others would do the same, but such is life.
On the surface of this topic are many items that I am still not sold on entirely myself. What I would encourage from anyone is a more concerted
effort to investigate and explain the phenomena in such a way that the public is satisfied with the explanation. It is that explanation I hope to
hear in the near future.
Getting people to look and review is in my mind a needed item. What hinders that process is that too many today are of the "fast food" mentality
because they want answers now and they want it without having to do much thinking or discussion. These impatient types want the "Happy Meal" of
knowledge and they want it right now and with a cool toy. No waiting and no reading is a must.
Your remarks are logical, understood and by no means incorrect. For that I thank you for you taking the time to watch and to consider. I value your
remarks and comments. If in the future more of this proves itself to be more true than today, then as far as I am concerned, I have done my part to
contributing an emphasis to placing a critical focus on a subject matter that on the surface has questions that have not been adequately answered by
BP or the government.
While I am not looking for only those that agree with my premise in its entirety, I am not averse to anyone that might conclude that something is not
fully understood or let alone fully explained with what we are seeing. If a mystery exists then I am confident that there are experts that can
determine and explain what I and others less qualified do not fully understand.
If no one is allowed to ask questions and if no one cares about this phenomena, then it will go the way of dinosaurs. While that would be sad, it
would still leave the question of "what are they?"
The video with the claw hand being rendered inoperative looks as if the heat melted the hydraulic hose as it pulls away. Any operator problems at
that point in the video are more than likely from the hydraulic hose melting and reducing control from the operator. The fast retreat I believe is in
part because of that hydraulic hose melting and losing all control over the claw arm.
At deep ocean depths and because of the artificial lighting, I have been more than willing to consider the fact that color absorption and color
rendering are are not normal to us the viewing public. It is the swimming bug at that depth with the ability to heat up and pass through metal is what
intrigues me. I mention this because while I view color saturation and such, I have to remember that what we are seeing is at over 5000 ft of depth
where no light exists.
My last posting to this thread included a historical link to evidence that steel eating microbes threatened British ports dated 1999. Take a look and
then just keep an open mind. With our advances in nano technology, I see this super bug as perhaps someones little "Frankenstein" creation. I am
just overly curious if it is ours or if it is some enemy super nano bug.
Anyway, thanks for the remarks and moreover thanks for being adult about it. The video link is to a historical event with a similar type metal eating
super bug. This to me means that what we are seeing may not be that far fetched in view of a historical reference to a super bug eating steel in the
Take a look. It's a short article and can be read in less that four minutes. While it does not explain what the bug in the BP spill is or where it
comes from, it does show a history of a similar microbe.
Thanks again for your remarks.