Breaking News: Huge Explosions Collapsed Seafloor Under RIG

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PostMon May 24, 2010 10:15 pm » by Kingz


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:think: hmmmm interesting, I was also thinking, it might be easily possible to swim there, since the oil would be more devastating on the top... I don't know, al I know that this is an outrage!!! :hell:

This footage should be constantly showed on those huge digital Billboards all across the major cities.>!

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PostMon May 24, 2010 10:26 pm » by Mahsooyee


There needs to be more data to back up this report.
Naturally nothing is being reported here in the states other than the contingent plans to control the well. Collapse of the sea floor?? Erosion of the pipe seems quite plausible. Any body have any ideas about what if the sea floor does collapse...what would the result be? I'm sure it would probably increase the oil flow a hundred fold. Would a bomb seal an opening (I guess dependent upon size) of the sea floor? I initially read during early reports that this well is drilled into a cavern the size of Mt. Everest! I don't know much about oil wells and such but can the pressure that is occurring eat away at the other levels of the pipe below the surface of the sea floor?

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PostMon May 24, 2010 10:34 pm » by Svaha


If this is true than we will know the coming days, because if the concrete casing is gone the velocity of the outgoing flow will increase and will erode the seafloor very quick.
Note that here is not only a vast amount of oil but 10,000 times more gas (methane I assume)
It's logical that there will be more earthquakes and a chance that one creates a tsunami.
So, I hope this news is not true.
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PostMon May 24, 2010 10:48 pm » by sockpuppet


*If* there was a huge explosion on the sea floor, why isn't is showing up on the EQ maps?
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PostMon May 24, 2010 10:56 pm » by nm156


It would seem these stupid bastards delved too deeply. It may only be up to nature now, the flow is 33 days now. Depending on the scheduled thickness of the pipe walls this will be the determining factor, of weather the pipes hold much longer. It is the elbow junctions , and the radius K factor of the outside of the bend that will blow out first. After those fail the process speeds up, it is what is going on under the sea floor that holds the true monster. However if it does collapes that could be are saveing grace. I believe that this is past the point of no return. It is now up to chance by nature.
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PostMon May 24, 2010 11:29 pm » by Noetic


This hasn't been fixed yet because the powers that be want this to look like an uncontrollable disaster because they're going to blame it on North Korea,remember that war isn't over,and there is alot of money to be made in war,if you're people like rumsfeld or cheney etc.,etc.,
this is another false flag,in time you will see,North Korea is already being blamed for sinking a south korean ship,some how with a german made torpedo,go figure,as if NK can't build their own torpedoes.
patent pending lol

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PostMon May 24, 2010 11:40 pm » by Savwafair2012


noetic wrote:This hasn't been fixed yet because the powers that be want this to look like an uncontrollable disaster because they're going to blame it on North Korea,remember that war isn't over,and there is alot of money to be made in war,if you're people like rumsfeld or cheney etc.,etc.,
this is another false flag,in time you will see,North Korea is already being blamed for sinking a south korean ship,some how with a german made torpedo,go figure,as if NK can't build their own torpedoes.



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PostMon May 24, 2010 11:42 pm » by sockpuppet


noetic wrote:This hasn't been fixed yet because the powers that be want this to look like an uncontrollable disaster because they're going to blame it on North Korea,remember that war isn't over,and there is alot of money to be made in war,if you're people like rumsfeld or cheney etc.,etc.,
this is another false flag,in time you will see,North Korea is already being blamed for sinking a south korean ship,some how with a german made torpedo,go figure,as if NK can't build their own torpedoes.


There are lots of unconfirmed articles on non-official news sites that there was a North Korean ship near Cuba at the time of the disaster.
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PostMon May 24, 2010 11:43 pm » by Kingz


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savwafair2012 wrote:Link to the suposed live feed

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I even saw a fish swimming pass it.... :think: :headscratch: Hmm... is that even possible:

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Scientists to Study Impact of Gulf Oil Spill on Marine Food Webs
ScienceDaily (May 24, 2010)

New reports are surfacing every day about the immediate impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on Gulf Coast wildlife, especially as the oil reaches the sensitive marshlands along the coast. But how will these communities be affected over time?

Scientists currently know very little about how long it takes for the hydrocarbons and heavy metals in crude oil to work their way through marine food webs. To address this issue, Academy scientist Peter Roopnarine is working with Laurie Anderson from Louisiana State University and David Goodwin from Denison University to collect and analyze three different types of mollusks from the Gulf Coast. These animals are continually building their shells, and if contaminants are present in their environment, they can incorporate those compounds into their shells.

Roopnarine and his colleagues will study growth rings in the shells -- much like scientists would study tree rings -- to determine how quickly harmful compounds from the oil become incorporated into the animals' homemade armor. They will also sample tissues from the animals over the next four months to test for hydrocarbons, and will measure changes in growth rate and survivorship. In addition to its value in informing conservation and policy decisions, this research will have direct implications for the region's commercial oyster fisheries.

"We know that mollusks can capture this kind of information in their shells because of our ongoing work in San Francisco Bay," says Roopnarine, Curator of Geology at the California Academy of Sciences. "We have been analyzing shellfish from across the Bay over the past three years, and we have documented that the animals from the more polluted areas, like the waters around Candlestick Park, have incorporated vanadium and nickel into their shells -- two metals that are common in crude oil. It appears that the metals can be substituted for calcium as the animals build their calcium-carbonate shells."

By studying oysters, tellinid clams, and periwinkles in the Gulf, the scientists will be able to monitor three different pathways for hydrocarbons into the food web, since oysters are stationary filter feeders that eat mostly plankton, tellinid clams are stationary bottom feeders that eat mostly detritus, and periwinkles are mobile grazers that eat mostly algae. If the team's results show that all of these animals are incorporating hydrocarbons into their shells at the same rate, this would indicate that they are likely pulling these compounds directly from the water column. However, if there is a difference in how quickly hydrocarbons show up in their shells, it would suggest that the animals are acquiring the contaminants at different rates through their food sources.

The scientists collected their first set of specimens in early May from the vicinities of Grand Isle, Louisiana and Dauphin Island, Alabama, before the oil had reached those regions. These specimens will provide pre-spill baseline data for the study. Over the course of the summer, they will collect additional specimens from both sites to monitor the change in hydrocarbon levels as the oil spreads and begins to work its way through the food chain.

As primary consumers in the food chain, oysters, clams, and periwinkles will likely be among the first animals to begin accumulating hydrocarbons and heavy metals, but they will not be the last. In much the same way that mercury becomes concentrated in large, predatory fish, the harmful compounds released during an oil spill may get passed on to the marine organisms that feed on shellfish. While hydrocarbons are organic compounds that will eventually break down over time, the staying power and long-term impacts of heavy metals like vanadium and nickel in the food web are unknown. Additionally, many hydrocarbons are known to be carcinogenic, and they could cause any number of physiological problems for animals that ingest them in high quantities.

While much remains unknown, Roopnarine's research provides a framework to answer some of these questions, by monitoring and predicting community response over both short and long time horizons.

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PostTue May 25, 2010 4:38 am » by Kingz


I made a short Video + Timelapse from the Oil Spil Video Live Feed

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