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Originally posted by thecause
if we stop buyin gas from non-domestic comp.'s we would shut them down just a thought people
Originally posted by Caji316
If NASA can fake going to the moon then BP can fake a qt. or 2 of oil in a kiddy swimming pool....It's all an illusion anyway.....
Originally posted by PsykoOps
Hey guys, when you see those beer commercials do you actually believe that if you buy that beer you get those hot chicks with it? How about those photos of that sweet new XXXX-makers car, you think those are real?
Publicity photo = Advertisement = Manipulated. No conspiracy here.
Originally posted by asianeko
Scott Dean, a spokesman for BP, said that there was nothing sinister in the photo alteration and provided the original unaltered version. He said that a photographer working for the company had inserted the three images in spots where the video screens were blank.
"Normally we only use Photoshop for the typical purposes of color correction and cropping," Dean said in an e-mail. "In this case they copied and pasted three ROV screen images in the original photo over three screens that were not running video feeds at the time." Dean said BP usually has a couple remotely operated vehicles on the surface at any given time for maintenance.
"We will replace the Photoshopped version currently on bp.com with the original image tonight," he added. "We've instructed our post-production team to refrain from doing this in the future."
Possibly, could have shown looped tapes too....
Originally posted by DragonFire1024
Originally posted by atlguy
Sorry, friend. To me, if they are willing to photoshop something as trivial as an alleged "picture" of a command center, they're willing to fake other things as well. Like live-feeds from the ocean floor.
you cannot fake the live feeds. The info (location, time, date etc) is PART of the ROVs. You cannot just take it off the screen. The ones that do not have that info is because they don't display it.
Oil spewing from crack in seafloor of Gulf of Mexico was fifty feet from Deepwater Horizon well
any of the ROVs we see with the E, N, coordinates were NOT at the well or near it, then the calculator would not work and show outrageous untrue numbers.