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Sunday, June 20, 2010

BP Oil catastrophe, PART III: Florida Jews, Florida friends, you better watch this: your time in Florida might be up soon. Good bye, tropical dream; won't you come home?... Gulf residents too, of course.

  • This interview, with comment by Brasscheck:

"Richard Hoagland is a scientist who has been a long term critic of secrecy and fraud at NASA.
In this interview, Hoagland talks about the discovery of a massive gas bubble associated with the BP well."

CAVEAT: Richard Hoagland does not have enough credibility, according to Wikipedia and another reliable author friend of mine. But since his information correlates somewhat with the following information I received from other sources, I am including it as well. I would certainly take his information with a grain of salt. 

  • Normally I would not rely on the Rense website either, but I do this time, because I have seen the videos of the oil gushing from the sea floor - see my previous posts - and you can clearly see the fissures in the sea floor, the oil leaking from more than one opening at once with great force. I don't claim to be a geologist by any means, but I have done quite a bit of reading about oil wells, and it is true that oil wells are measured by barrels of oil per day, and by the pressure with which the oil gushes forth from the well. So this explanation of the catastrophe on the sea floor does ring true to me. This is as far as I can vouch for the geological material presented in the videos below; as far as the rest is concerned, the natural gas associated with this particular sea floor, and as far as that abiotic oil , I know nothing at all about. It is true, though, that frequently oil wells also have a lot of gas associated with them, so the wells are both gas and oil wells at the same time.

For instance, I believe a company called XTO Energy, which was recently bought out by Exxon, has just such oil and gas fields, which do contain a lot of natural gas.( Don't quote me on this, though, I might have misunderstood what's going on there). And if you take the Petrobras discovery off the coast of Brazil, for instance, the Tupi oil field, it is also a massive oil formation, which contains billions of barrels of oil below a heavy crust of salt deep in the sea. So a lot of elements I am reading here do make sense to me. What happens when all that oil and gas is gone and leaves a gaping hole? Does anybody know? Can the escaping gas coming out through the fissures cause a tsunami, a huge explosion? Is that true? I really don't know.

And as far as politics, Israel, and Rense are concerned, that  is not the issue right now, although I do know that they are quite antisemitic, as are many such websites, unfortunately... which doesn't mean their speakers can't present real scientific information. One does not negate the other; actually, one has nothing to do with the other. Some people automatically think that if something comes out of a Rense website, or something of that nature, the information is immediately suspect. I don't think so. I think you can, and should, separate the baby from the bathwater.

 Make sure to view all 4 videos above.

  • And here is one more, RELIABLE source about the methane gas issue:
 Methane Gas Concerns Arise From the Gulf Oil Spill
One key concern from scientists about the Gulf oil spill isn't just about the amount of crude oil leaking into the water; it's about the amount of natural gas the well is producing, which can dramatically impact the fragile ecosystem of the Gulf of Mexico.
According to John Kessler, a Texas A&M University oceanographer who is studying the impact of methane from the BP oil spill, the crude oil emanating from the seafloor contains about 40% methane compared to about 5% found in typical crude oil deposits.
The risk is great, as marine life will be suffocated as a result of the increased methane levels. The Gulf of Mexico will eventually have "dead zones" to deal with where oxygen is so depleted that nothing lives. This is significant and can forever alter the water/life composition.
"This is the most vigorous methane eruption in modern human history," Kessler said.
As described recently in the press, methane is a colorless, odorless and flammable substance that is a major component in the natural gas used to heat people's homes. Petroleum engineers typically burn off excess natural gas attached to crude oil before it is shipped off to the refinery.
As the world watches the ash-colored screen of crude oil flowing into the Gulf from the broken well pipe, natural gas is leaking as well and can have irreversible damage because there is no way to capture it or clean it once it's exposed to the water.
Even with scientists' revelations about the amount of methane making its way into the Gulf, no one is for certain as to the complete amount of toxins that have made – or continue to make – their way to the body of water.
Even BP's own chairman, Carl-Henric Svanberg, said in an interview broadcast on Bloomberg News that the exact size of the oil leak is unknown.
"What we have are these videos, and we have satellite pictures to look at to see how the oil spill develops. And from that you make an evaluation, and of course no one can say exactly how much is leaking out."
Svanberg declined to speculate on whether current oil spill estimates might be doubled. "I'm not an expert," he said.
Svanberg's comments occurred the same day that his partner, CEO Tony Hayward, appeared for sworn testimony on Capitol Hill. Even Hayward was sidestepping the question of how much crude oil has indeed leaked into the Gulf.
The lack of a true answer is another reason why Congress forced the oil giant to open a $20 billion escrow fund to compensate victims from the Gulf oil spill. Without a true number, the claims and negative economic impact could be felt for decades to come.

  • About ABIOTIC OIL, mentioned in the last video posted here, here is some interesting information:

  • In addition,

J sent this, thank you:

  • And here is the letter written by Henry Waxman, Congressman, to Tony Hayward, CEO of BP:

Coming from media outside of the U.S. to be taken with a grain of salt specially if from Russia

  • And more information here:
BP Oil catastrophe, PART IV: will BP and U.S. offi...

  • Evidence of the deadly effects of the oil spill on HUMAN AND ANIMAL ORGANISMS:

I am not the least bit surprised.  By the way, this video fails to mention Corexit, which is very toxic, and which has been massively sprayed by BP over the Gulf area despite its known deadly side- effects to humans.

IF we can prove intent, this would make a lot of sense. I am still looking for rock-solid proof of deliberate intent. Otherwise it is hard to understand how BP persists in using this known toxic substance in huge quantities.

I see this as the possible continuation of the FAILED H1N1 effort, which I have extensively documented in many, many articles over the past year and a half.

See the labels, "swine flu, bird flu, NWO, vaccinations, UN, WHO, contamination of vaccines":

I do have some solid clues to share, - unfortunately not today - at a later date. We would need solid evidence before making a definitive statement. We certainly don't want to believe in deliberate, evil intent; why would anybody want to do that? Unfortunately, the world is not only made up of nice people......

Make sure to read the previous posts about the BP catastrophe, in chronological order:

If even Dr. Len Horowitz blames the Vatican for th...
WHODUNIT? After what we just learned about the BP ...
 Re: the BP oil catastrophe: very interesting paral...

As well as the latest updates:  BP Catastrophe PART IV, V, VI, and VII, searching with label "BP"

1 comment:

DS said...

I would like to add this VIDEO I just received from C., which is connected to the BP disaster to a certain degree: