MASSIVE OIL SLICK now forming near Deepwater Horizon site!!!

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posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 06:27 PM
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This

What is the chances of this Tropical depression Lee wreaking havoc?



The Lee



This depression will go right over it?
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posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 06:59 PM
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Originally posted by ProfessorVeritas
I don't get it OP, if you were well aware that all of these threads,

CONFIRMED: Fresh oil slicks forming over Deepwater Horizon spill site

NEW - Oil Spill Reported Near Deepwater Drilling Site in Gulf!!!

GULF OIL SPILL PART II - New 100 Mile Oil Slick Not Far From The Deepwater Horizon

Oil is again bubbling to the surface of the Gulf of Mexico

Oil Rising from Macondo Well: BP Hires Fleet of 40 Shrimp Boats to Lay Boom Around Deepwater Horizon


that YOU posted in the OP, already exist,
why must you feel like yet another thread is needed?

Is it because you couldn't stand it that your AMAZING post wouldn't get the attention you believed it deserved?

This isn't even a sorcha faal, you know how to use the search function apparently, but you just didn't give a give a damm, you just had to be heard.

Thank you for posting those links.
In my opinion its a good thing he made this thread.I have thought that things were better out there and never seen any of the link you posted but i did find this one and now the others.the goal is to make people aware.



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 07:11 PM
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Yea, deep water drilling is risky, and they knew the rig had problems but they chose to ignore them to save something like $50,000-$100,000 or less... which is extremely upsetting that they care so much about their bottom line they tossed their common sense right out the _ It ended up costing them hundreds of millions in cleanup and damage control so they lost that gamble... But land drilling is not nearly as bad. Don't demonize all of oil just because of BP. Now OPEC and the fed govt. in cahoots with shell and some of these other big companies price fixing, now theres something to be upset about. We all know oil prices are artificially high, and that this administration is not allowing drilling, refining or creation of new plants or refineries except for their buddies at GE and a couple others. /shakesfist Ron Paul 2012
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posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 07:13 PM
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You see that button on the top right? the one that says 'search'? yeah, you click it and then type in "BP" in the window and then BAMM!! hundreds of threads on BP starting with the latest ones.



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 07:44 PM
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Originally posted by ProfessorVeritas
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You see that button on the top right? the one that says 'search'? yeah, you click it and then type in "BP" in the window and then BAMM!! hundreds of threads on BP starting with the latest ones.




What im getting at is that i was not thinking about the gulf at all.Maybe i should have been searching for something that was a problem however i wasn't.Then i came on ats and this thread was on the home page and that made me aware then i found the threads you posted.If it wasn't for this thread i would not know this is happening.Therefore its a good thing.



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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I thought it was blown up by a north korean mini sub?



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 08:21 PM
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Personally I find that BP just really does not care about anything other than increasing their profits. They do not care about the environment. They did not care about the employees working on the rig. They certainly do not care about the average person paying up the wazoo for fuel. I have chosen to boycott BP. I do not purchase my fuel from them and unless I absolutely have no choice of fueling stations I will not use them at all. I believe that if everyone were to do this it would send a message to future scammers that profane and unethical business practices will not be tolerated. After all the planet is everyones responsibility and if we want to pass it on to future generations we must eliminate the corporate greed that is destroying it. It is time for green alternatives and the shut down of all irresponsible, greedy, and lying companies. They should be held accountable both financially and morally. I say let BP burn and fade away into oblivion! Would anyone really miss them?



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 08:29 PM
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Originally posted by SurfSpace
Personally I find that BP just really does not care about anything other than increasing their profits. They do not care about the environment. They did not care about the employees working on the rig. They certainly do not care about the average person paying up the wazoo for fuel. I have chosen to boycott BP. I do not purchase my fuel from them and unless I absolutely have no choice of fueling stations I will not use them at all. I believe that if everyone were to do this it would send a message to future scammers that profane and unethical business practices will not be tolerated. After all the planet is everyones responsibility and if we want to pass it on to future generations we must eliminate the corporate greed that is destroying it. It is time for green alternatives and the shut down of all irresponsible, greedy, and lying companies. They should be held accountable both financially and morally. I say let BP burn and fade away into oblivion! Would anyone really miss them?


I agree with you but BP would probably sell it to another abc oil company, then we would buy it from the abc company not knowing its true source.

You would have to boycott all oil, getting an electric car would help but then you can't avoid the million's of products that oil is in. It's a doozy



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 08:47 PM
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Originally posted by AnalyticalDreamer
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I think we all knew this wasn't the end of it. We just hoped. I've been waiting for this now (hoping, just hoping it wasn't going to happen).

Those submersibles last year showing the occasional glimpses of oil spewing out of what look like massive cracks in the sea floor. Those eyewitness accounts from clean up crewman saying that the crude oil is spewing from the seabed floor next to the damaged well head.

If it is the seabed leaking. How in the hell do they fix it!? They had a hard enough time fixing a man made pipe...

I just don't see this ever being fixed. Maybe I'm pessimistic, just saying what you all think.

EDIT: Nice timing loam. That's just one of the video clips out there that I mentioned in this post. There's lots more where that came from, all showing similar looking cracks with oil spewing out near the well head. Unfortunately for those SOB's ATS never forgets.

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I remember those videos, oil is coming from the ocean floor around the well. Because the pipe was damaged and oil was able further down in the well to actually be in contact with bare rock and soil and it has been eating away via pressure channels to the surface of the ocean floor. Remember they tried to topkill it and it didn't work (which really did do more damage to the well) then they put a cap on it. I saw this yesterday and from that sheen, that is coming from the well. Hell they had a few guys in boats with video cameras go out and you actually saw oil coming to the surface. You are correct, we hoped it was the end but we knew it wasn't. Now we have a whole new problem and one that isn't able to be fixed quite so easily.



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 09:41 PM
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Not surprising that this happened. Oil companies can only theorize of what they are drilling into, and if their theory is wrong, oh well. If all this oil wants to come to the surface so badly, I wish BP would at least would have the foresight to be collecting all of it. After all it is in their best interest anyways. I bet they drilled into the highest pressure oil that the world has ever seen, and conventional technology is lacking to handle it. That is why it has fractured the local vicinity of the seafloor and is now leaking again.



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 09:52 PM
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i know for fact the media lies i was in gulfshores alabama during the cleanup when they were saying there was perfect white sands when we were still geting 100's of pounds of the stuff up a shift.... and that was just on my little 5 man crew.



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 10:32 PM
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Hard not to think of Matthew Simmons and his unusual and oddly timed death



posted on Sep, 2 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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I'm not saying BP is without some fault in the Gulf, but things have to be kept in perspective. The Gulf floor leaks like a sieve all the time, and I have read that the way they find oil in the Gulf is to scan the bottom looking for natural seeps, and sink a well. Too easy. If you search for info on natural seeps, you will find pictures taken from the ISS or shuttle that show extensive oil sheen from long before the BP incident. In the Gulf, and also off the California coast, there are mounds and even mountains of bitumen and tar, and they are oasis of life on the featureless sand 'plains'. Tube worms really like them. It is now being considered that all life may have begun with the microbes that eat oil, and even now, that these microbes form the base of the food chain.
Corexit was a bad move for sure, but they had to get rid of millions of gallons of toxic refinery distillates that nobody wants, one of the reasons they blew the rig. Incidentally, gasoline used to be dumped in the rivers leading into the Gulf, as it too was an unwanted byproduct of refining for home heating oil. It was only when JP Morgan realised that they could power the newly popular automobile with their waste that they stopped dumping it. That move also put an end to the early electric cars as gasoline was so cheap.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 12:29 AM
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We all knew this was one of the possibility that it could happen.

The only way to fix this now is to pump the hell out of that well so that it empties as fast as possible, leaking the least amount of oil in the water.

Every oil corporation in the area should go there and pump the well.

Of course that'll never happen because ``this is BP's well``... well guess what BP... you screwed it up... it's not yours anymore, it's everyone's. If there was an actual government in Washington DC, it would seize the well area using eminent domain and open it to any oil corporation in the world. Screw BP.

Now of course if this is abiotic oil... (aka it's coming from earth's core and it won't EVER STOP) then we are screwed.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 02:23 AM
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One thing I thought was odd was the "media" has to be aware of the situation. Why wouldn't they mention it in their coverage of the storm? Liars!

I found this "severe" alert a few days ago.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 02:45 AM
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If the floor of the ocean is leaking, I don't think there is any tech to fix it. So lets say it gets out in the MSM, the floor is cracked! What will they say to calm peoples fears about that? "New ground breaking tech to mend ocean floor!!!"



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 03:32 AM
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Now, this is what BP and similar oil companies should really be held accountable for.

They have become too complacent, and are averting safety procedures just to save money, and these accidents happen.

I am even starting to believe that this has been done in purpose, first to get rid of some of the people in the U.S., and second to instill the idea that every company must be owned by and observed by a global government, so things like this won't happen.

Watch the news, I think soon enough we are going to see some politician, or a large political group announcing the need for a global government so accidents like this one doesn't happen.

At the same time, taking away the food of a large portion of the Americas helps in the depopulation scheme the elites have had in mind for decades, if not centuries.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 08:25 AM
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Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
Now, this is what BP and similar oil companies should really be held accountable for.

They have become too complacent, and are averting safety procedures just to save money, and these accidents happen.

I am even starting to believe that this has been done in purpose, first to get rid of some of the people in the U.S., and second to instill the idea that every company must be owned by and observed by a global government, so things like this won't happen.

Watch the news, I think soon enough we are going to see some politician, or a large political group announcing the need for a global government so accidents like this one doesn't happen.

At the same time, taking away the food of a large portion of the Americas helps in the depopulation scheme the elites have had in mind for decades, if not centuries.




I had a feeling soon as the Deepwater Horizon caught fire that it was staged. obama who had always been against drilling did a 180 and announced that he was for drilling then a few days later we have this fire on the oil rig? Only I don't think they figured it was going to be as bad as it turned out. But yeah, I can see obama or one of his minions making the "suggestion" that government should control all for our own good.



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 11:15 AM
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Maybe that body of water needs to be reclaimed already. You know, landfill. Might be the only way left



posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 01:08 PM
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It cannot be "fixed" anymore...its gone rogue...the strata is cracked.....the "media" is ignoring it because the PTB have told them to cover it as little as possible...same as last year when it blew....only those of us who live near it know what its really doing...






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