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Video Proof The Sea Floor Moved....Discussion of Explosions in the Gulf...Is BP Causing Them?

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posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:48 PM
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It's been a while since i have posted due to lack of info, however, here is the latest I could find....the rest of the country probably thinks this is over (as BP would like....out of sight, out of mind, which is why they cut the feeds!).....

www.floridaoilspilllaw.com...

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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 06:23 AM
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For those who think BP "fixed" things.....have a look at this. Remember, the day that BP "capped" the well, and had the little ceremony before cutting the live feed, that well was literally spewing methane! It still is.....we just can't see it anymore since the feeds are gone. BP turned off the feeds because they did not want people to know that the methane eruptions were NOT stopping.

www.floridaoilspilllaw.com...

As mentioned above, here is the last feed of the well after being "capped", which clearly shows methane bubbles spewing away. Like I said, just because the feeds are gone, does NOT mean the problem is!


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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 06:49 AM
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posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 09:06 AM
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Those are not "Fire Bugs" ...They are recrystallized Methane Calthrates.
As Methane vaporizes from the sea floor, the lighter Methane - saturated water rises & meets the the cooler water. The Methane recrysatllizes back to Hydrate, creating the Feathery Snowflake appearance.

Ektar



posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 10:38 AM
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Hi Larry.....Ektar is right. Those are recrystalized methane calthrates
....they appear red from the lighting. The white fluid they sprayed was corexit, and the green fluid was methanol or antifreeze, which they were using to melt the methane calthrates. The person who posts those vids has a lot of good footage, but bad info. If you watch all his vids, it is just silly the things he tries to put out there. I just want to put correct info here, because this is a bad situation in reality. There are no "bugs" or "metal transforming to human faces" any of that crazy stuff that guy puts out. It just undermines the attempts to get the true info out. Thanks for your post, and I hope you don't think I am bashing you.....I just wanted to let you know what it is in reality.
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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 05:56 AM
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posted on Feb, 6 2011 @ 05:28 PM
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Once again....there are NO metal eating bugs in the gulf or anywhere else......sorry....no such thing even exists. No aliens either. What there IS....is corrupt human beings taking the public for a ride without having to answer for it....THAT'S scary enough!



posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 01:08 PM
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Wasn't the sea floor to have collapsed and Marshal law declared and the entire southeast evacuated by now?

LOL.



posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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That was BS......it never happened. That's why I started this thread, to separate fact from fiction (or at least try to)....just like the video a few posts up, where the guy is saying there were metal eating bugs
There are people who actually BELIEVE all that stuff.



posted on Feb, 20 2011 @ 11:58 AM
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Another death possibly related to oil....

Shock: Well-known LSU coastal scientist dies at 54 from unknown illness — Often spoke about how oil was going to be “coming back”
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[The LSU community is reeling after the sudden death Thursday of prominent LSU coastal scientist Gregory Stone.
Stone, who was quoted extensively in many publications internationally after last year’s BP oil leak, was the director of the renowned Wave-Current Information System. …]

Source www.floridaoilspilllaw.com...


Deceased LSU scientist refused BP contract, warned others they “need to be very, very careful”

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[In a meeting this summer with BP representatives to discuss a possible contract, LSU coastal scientist Gregory Stone was asked about keeping his work confidential for three years. …]

Source www.floridaoilspilllaw.com...

There are still 4 ships in the area...Discoverenterprise, Develpoment Driller 3, Virginia Responder,
& C Fighter (gold one next to DD3)...DD3 is right over the well...something must be going on...



Ektar



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 05:50 AM
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Thanks Ektar....about DD being over the well site....I think they are using those relief wells they drilled to get the oil out of that site, despite the fact that it is unstable. That's the only reason I can think of....that, or it's still out of control! Thanks for the post E!



posted on Feb, 24 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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February 2011....NEW oil washing ashore...it is STILL going on, which is why they cut the ROV feeds....because they DIDN'T stop it, and were hoping we would accept thier LAME "memorial" to those who died as a sign that they had it under control and all was right with the gulf....and that we would just forget the whole thing......SORRY BP...we CAN'T forget, because your PUTRID oil just keeps coming.....and here is where it is going!
www.houmatoday.com...
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posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 06:19 PM
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Couldn't resist not commenting on Ektar's posting of the vessel/rig locations. Great Job by the way.

I wrote a much longer post earlier but lost it. Anyway, DD3 back at well A or the broken well S20BC (can't really tell) can't be good. It suggests that hydrocarbon has resumed spewing out of the fractured formation thru the faulted pathways, not necessary at the plugged wells themselves but around them.

DD3 was previously 3 to 6 km north of well A, at the southern edges of the shelf slopes. Ektar could you move the labels out of the way (in future) so that we can see the crevices blocked by the labels.

DE and VR are at the giant crevices at the upper edges of the sliding Whiting Dome. There was some reports (years back) by NOAA on the stability and the slide movement. Please check it up and post if you have the time. It is possible that hydrocarbons had found their way thru the fractured edges of the salt domes.

Also read the profitable deployment of rigs in an “out of budget- no cost control” recovery program.
bklim.newsvine.com...

Four Drilling Rigs at Site
We can argue until the cows come home on BP’s intentions but does BP really need four expensive rigs at the cost of 0.5 to 1 million USD/day at the Macondo site? Even if they need to drill more wells (relief or otherwise) it would stretch resources to the hilt with 5 wells going together within the same site. But if the intention is to chalk up tax-deductible expenses for the idling rigs then it made sense. No wonder the recovery costs keep ballooning especially in early November with an additional 7.7 billion USD.
Normal exploration budgets are guided by precedence. In a mega disaster, there is virtually no cost control. Would BP exploit the disaster to dump all their idling rigs into the Macondo site? You bet BP will, given its opportunistic instincts. BP’s unfortunate partners (Mitsui and Anadarko) will have to foot 10% and 25% respectively. Few would dare to question the need for four drilling rigs under classified disaster circumstances. Is that why the Live Feed from West Sirius ROV1 is still shown on BP’s website even though West Sirius had moved out of the Macondo site to park at the edge of Mississippi Canyon, south of Grand Isle? Obviously the ROV1 cannot be deployed from West Sirius to work at the Macondo site 165km away. Alternatively if the ROV1 is working at the Mississippi Canyon (for whatever reasons), the daily operation cost of West Sirius cannot be charged to the Macondo Post-Disaster Recovery Program (MPDRP). Any responsible corporate would not cheat and evade tax on an unfortunate disaster.





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