Originally posted by occrest
reply to post by muzzleflash
If it is crack in the seabed, then that would really tie in with a post that i was reading started by TheRedneck, back in dec, 2010, called
Cracking an eggshell?
If what he postulates is correct, then we are in for one helluva time.
It depends, there are two possible scenarios that I can imagine right now at least.
On on hand, the cracks in the seabed may not be connected with any fault lines or affecting faults in any way, even though the odds of that are pretty
low admittedly. This would mean that the cracks are entirely a result of the pressure issues created by the oil well disaster last year, and any other
issues that may have arisen since then in relation to the incident (which we may have never heard about yet).
However if on the other hand, everything is interconnected, than the pressure issues could be contributing to future earthquake- or seismic matters of
which we cannot even conceive of yet.
So maybe strange and unprecedented seismic events may result throughout the local region, or maybe they won't. Honestly, I can't see any way of
knowing if it will or not.
Unless....we could get our hands on BP secret files or the US Gov secret files about the disaster events. Than we could actually know whats going on
Look, the reports claimed they sent 2 submersibles already if I'm not mistaken to the well cap and the relief well heads, and found no leaks at all.
This means they HAD to have kept looking since they knew it was coming from SOMEWHERE....
So they took those submersibles, or secret submersibles we don't know about, and went to investigate through their catalogue of previously known (and
maybe already secretly sealed) crack points and search for new crack points in the seabed.
I know it sucks that we are all pretty much screwed and believe me I am afraid of seafood from the Gulf (and several other hot spots), and tend to
stick with the fish farms nowadays if I eat any. But look at the bright side of things everyone.
These guys are playing whack a mole with nature. It is pointless we all know by now. So laugh a little. Laugh at the futility of mankind. HA!
Perhaps we humans really are as arrogant as we presumed. Figures we would be accurate in our presumptions of our own innate nature, being we are the
species in question.
But at the same time where we know ourselves and our propensities and habits so well, we find ourselves seemingly lost in such a complex world and
hardly even know ourselves. If someone claims "OH Muzzle, I do know myself" I will laugh, because that's a facet of human's arrogance which was
It is a fascinating paradox, the fact that we know ourselves so intimately well and yet at the same time, know almost nothing about our true nature or
who we really are and our place in this world.
Perhaps it is a balance of the positive and negative aspects of all things, a type of yin/yang feature embedded within all facets of the system