Users Online Now:
GLP Poker Rooms
Donate To GLP
Back to Forum
Back to Thread
REPLY TO THREAD
PROOF -- BP Deepwater Horizon Drilled TWO Wells That Blew Out on FEB 13 and APR 20
Ms Sans Serif
In accordance with industry accepted best practices we ask that users limit their copy / paste of copyrighted material to the relevant portions of the article you wish to discuss and no more than 50% of the source material, provide a link back to the original article and provide your original comments / criticism in your post with the article.
[quote:Anonymous Coward 1102906:MV8xMTM5MjkxXzE5MzkxMjcxXzdGNDNEMjNB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1102906] I did some more looking and of the Live feeds we still have Development Driller 2 and HOS Achiever and compared them to the AIS map Development Driller 2 seems to be right on top of Well "A" and says on the screen "BP MC 252 #1". HOS Achiever seems to be right on top of Well "B". It does not say on screen that is is MC 252 #2. What I found odd is that DD2 is there to watch the cap and make sure is there is no leaks, but only one ROV. HOS Achiever has two ROV's. What is the HOS Achiever looking for at the proposed site of Well "B"? One more odd tidbit, We no longer have the Development Driller 3 live feeds but when I tracked the vessel it was moving around a lot a few miles SW of the sites of Well "A" and "B". Is deep water drilling still allowed after the DWH sank, if not what is the DD3 doing and what are they looking for? [/quote] I saw this "The MC252 well has been shut-in since July 15; there is no oil flowing into the Gulf. The DDII currently is on standby and awaiting conclusion of DDIII cementing operations. The DDIII began MC252 well cement pumping operations at 1:30 p.m. CDT Friday and finished at 8:30 p.m. CDT. The cement will be allowed to set and later tested in accordance with the approved operating plan. Updated Sept 18 at 10:00 a.m. CDT" So the DD3 pumped cement a day ago? If so why is it's location a few miles SW of site A and B and has moved a lot in two areas very close to each other, almost like it is pumping cement where it is at. [/quote]
All anyone has to do is look up the below positions on a map to see where the first abandoned and blown out well is positioned in relation to the current well they supposedly capped. The first well, WELL #A, has been spewing oil into the Gulf since February 13. WELL #B (meant to be a relief well) commenced on or about February 20 and blew up Deepwater Horizon on April 20.
Look at the plans and the facts. Look at the maps. Do searches and see for yourself. All that's necessary is to read what has already been revealed.
This has been a monumental COVER UP since February 13. It is no different than the cover-up of what really happened with the World Trade Center. A cover-up is nothing less than a cover-up.
BP WELL #A
(the first well that blew and was abandoned)
Latitude 28/44/17.277 N
Longitude 88/21/57.340 W
On location in Mississippi Canyon Block 252 in the Gulf of Mexico, the Deepwater Horizon semi-sub commenced exploration drilling at the Macondo prospect on 03FEB10.
This exploration well had been partially drilled by Transocean in OCT09. The Marianas semi-sub was damaged by hurricane Ida and was removed for repairs in late NOV09.
BP immediately experienced serious problems with its Deepwater Horizon semi-sub operation on 03FEB10. They were unable to seal large cracks at the base of the well for ten days.
BP informed the U.S. Minerals Management Service Dept. of the Interior on 13FEB10 that the cracks were causing uncontrollable bursts of natural gas and they filed a permit to abandon the well immediately.
President Obama was notified of the well blowout on February 13, 2010.
BP WELL #B
(the second well that blew up Deepwater Horizon)
Latitude 28/44/16.027 N
Longitude 88/22/00.581 W
**corrected on 7-22 (original Longitude entered was a typo error)
BP's Exploration Plan for both wells A and B filed with the Minerals Management Service (Dept. of the Interior) on February 23, 2009.
link to www.scribd.com
Pictures (click to insert)
Big Round Smilies
Aliens and Space
Friendship & Love
Misc Small Smilies
View All Categories
Next Page >>
Woman Has Surgey To Add 3rd Breast
New Environmental Interest: Pee-Cycling (Yes, It Is What It Sounds Like)
Share a Coke With WHO!? Has Coca-Cola Gone Too Far With This One?
Get ready: Biblical 'Shemitah' begins this week - rabbi warns America of God's 7-year judgments
Fox News priest demands government ban Satanic masses ‘in the name of free speech
Tax refunds will be cut for Obamacare recipients.
Liberals OUTRAGED at Gun Company’s ‘Presidential’ Name for New Product
Secret weapon to take over America revealed
CDC says combining the annual FluShot with other vaccines raises risk of febrile seizure in kids
Fox News Conspiracy About Undocumented Immigrants Voting Gets Debunked By Its Own Contributor
Food stamp system to go down across New York this weekend
Mutated Ebola virus could spread like flu, says Purdue University biologist
Cameras to Detect ‘Abnormal’ Behavior
West Virginia cops tout major bust for illegal ginseng harvesting
Scientists Say They've Created A Freaky New Form Of Light
A Closer Look: Your (online) life after death
Adoption/Child Welfare Bill H.R. 4980 Passed By Senate, Heads to President
4Chan strikes again by tricking gullible iPhone users into charging their phones in the microwave
A slow-motion disaster in the making for Sunshine State
BOMBSHELL: DHS Forced to Admit to Terrorists Caught at Texas Border
New Evidence Confirms Columbus had Map
The CDC, NIH & Bill Gates Own the Patents On Existing Ebola & Related Vaccines
Public University Requires Students to Submit Their Sexual History.
What a Dental Hygienist Found in Her Patient’s Mouths Forced a Company to Take Action
Satanists Handing Out Religious Literature at Schools
We're dropping truth bombs like it's the end of days!
Disclaimer / Copyright Info
with questions or comments about this site.
"Godlike Productions" & "GLP" are registered trademarks of Zero Point Ltd.
Website Design Copyright © 1999 - 2014 Godlikeproductions.com
Page generated in 0.006s (5 queries)