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NASA Images from the Gulf: $H*T is about to hit the fan!

 
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First tropical lows leaving the coast of Africa now. The plot thickens.

[link to www.goes.noaa.gov]


I am not sure what a hurricane or tropical depression would do to the slick. You would think a good deal of churning and blending would be a good thing. It would be good to get an opinion from a scientist who could give a educated guess. But as long as it is leaking oil, it will continue to be a threat no matter what nature throws at it....
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The greatest liklyhood of the spill to move into a position to get into the loop current and spread widely would be from the effects of a hurricane.
June hurricanes and depressions are common and more probable that a Northern cold front descending upon the Gulf this time of year.
Link: [link to www.wunderground.com]

A further concern I am having is how the spill will if allowed to expand affect the (reduced) evaporation over the surface of the Gulf. Many potential effects could come into play. It might actually reduce hurricane intensity but could also effect negatively rainfall totals along the Tennessee Valley and the Eastern Seaboard States. Will it result in possible drought conditions? Will the lessening of Gulf storm intensity reduce the moderation of temperatures on the continent producing colder North and hotter Southern temperatures.

No one can tell you now, but these are legitimate questions. But like anything in balance, when it is thrown off kilter a cavalcade of catastrophe can ensue.
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This makes me embarrassed to be a human.


The ones doing this are not human.
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What else?
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5-10 years for it to recover. This will bankrupt the fishing industry there.



Third largest fishing economy in the world.
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Not only that but the fish population was decimated by the freeze this year. At least in Tampa Bay.Not sure how it was up and down the coast.
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05/10/2010 06:48 PM
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If the methane triggers a massive explosion that lights the surface oil on fire, we will be witness to an ironic fulfilling of prophecy...who knew the eternal "Lake of Fire" was man-made and located in the Gulf of Mexico?

anyone who has tried to tell many is frequently left in an empty room...too many have yet to come out of diapers it would seem...let alone understanding that this will fulfill prophecy...and if the time were not cut short...no one would be left...


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The Lake of Fire is the Dead Sea, not the Gulf of Mexico. It is all about Israel and Jerusalem, NOT USA and NOLA.

Still, the disaster off our coast is major doomworthy.
The greatest illusion is the illusion of separation.
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This makes me embarrassed to be a human.


The ones doing this are not human.
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+1
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05/10/2010 07:02 PM
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I did'nt wanna be the first one to say this on your thread, but I think it's time to grab the adult diapers and prepare to vomit with FEAR!
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Funny, I too must be becoming GLP influenced, because as this topic came up last night, as we are located in the gulf of Mexico, I quoted the same thing. Too bad I didn't have the smiley flying the double bird!~

Amazing to me that still ... nothing seems to be happening much around here. Seems like by now all hell would be breaking loose by our CITIZENS! But it's not. Now my husband's frowning on me, "are you blogging on that GLP"... God forbid that I exercise my freedom of speech. God forbid that I say what's on my mind. After all, my Daddy was a soldier, lost his life because of the debt he served to this country. Can't I say something? Can't I voice that I'm fucking terrified every day of what the hell is coming next that I'm clearly not being told about. I feel like a member of the mushroom society, Feed me shit and leave me in the dark, I'll come back asking for more tomorrow.

Well, the fishermen, they're done, they're going to contract God knows what types of diseases from the government "filling the void" for them. After all, since they can't fish anymore, they can clean up oil. Who cares what happened to them 20 years from now. It's NOW that they'll be worried about. So, BP will put them to work, cleaning oil. Everything is going to change here. We all bought into the "American Dream" own property here, worked hard to make a life here, and now, it's basically over. No one is talking about the massive pockets of methane gas that will travel with this spill. What happens when they reach the shore? What happens when it really reaches the shore and it keeps coming in with each new wave? Will the methane pockets make similar situations here on our soil as in the African Lake that killed ... I believe 1700+ farmers? From a pocket of rising methane that formed a cloud over the village and killed all but 4 of them? What happens to us? Is that a possible scenario? Are we going to be walking out to drive our children to school and drop over? What happens if they catch the bottom lying leak on fire? As in what happened with the rig, but right there at the bottom where all the methane crystals lie that they are trying to contain the leak near? Is it possible to ignite the leak there and cause an explosion similar to a nuclear detonation? If so, how much of the gulf coast would that wipe out? Hypothetically speaking OF COURSE! For entertainment purposes only! How many of us are going to blow sky high? Miles inland? Shores of what states? Texas to where? Further? tomato
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Re: NASA Images from the Gulf: $H*T is about to hit the fan!
First tropical lows leaving the coast of Africa now. The plot thickens.

[link to www.goes.noaa.gov]


I am not sure what a hurricane or tropical depression would do to the slick. You would think a good deal of churning and blending would be a good thing. It would be good to get an opinion from a scientist who could give a educated guess. But as long as it is leaking oil, it will continue to be a threat no matter what nature throws at it....


The greatest liklyhood of the spill to move into a position to get into the loop current and spread widely would be from the effects of a hurricane.
June hurricanes and depressions are common and more probable that a Northern cold front descending upon the Gulf this time of year.
Link: [link to www.wunderground.com]

A further concern I am having is how the spill will if allowed to expand affect the (reduced) evaporation over the surface of the Gulf. Many potential effects could come into play. It might actually reduce hurricane intensity but could also effect negatively rainfall totals along the Tennessee Valley and the Eastern Seaboard States. Will it result in possible drought conditions? Will the lessening of Gulf storm intensity reduce the moderation of temperatures on the continent producing colder North and hotter Southern temperatures.

No one can tell you now, but these are legitimate questions. But like anything in balance, when it is thrown off kilter a cavalcade of catastrophe can ensue.
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food for thought... Thanks...
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5-10 years for it to recover. This will bankrupt the fishing industry there.



You are being generous, this will bankrupt America and Mexico. Third World status will seem like a dream!

And it's STILL all about the money.


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Yeah, nothing about the fact the water is polluted, the wildlife are greatly affected, and mankind ... well, it's too bad we hurt others in our race to extinction.
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5-10 years for it to recover. This will bankrupt the fishing industry there.



You are being generous, this will bankrupt America and Mexico. Third World status will seem like a dream!

And it's STILL all about the money.


sigh

Yeah, nothing about the fact the water is polluted, the wildlife are greatly affected, and mankind ... well, it's too bad we hurt others in our race to extinction.
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I agree, but I think most of us feel like that is a given. We cannot do much for marine life, because it resides in the ocean, and right now, they're not even allowing people close to the spill. Just what's rolling onto the shore and into the wetlands. I'm disgusted with the entire effect this will have on our gulf, speaking of marine life. Thing is, most of us are trying to figure out if we'll be here to aid in whatever recovery we can help wildlife make, or whether we've yet to be blown to bits along with whatever remains in the sea.
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Not going to happen......you guys get your panties in a twirl over everything!!!! too funny...mark the date. Hell, I'll up the ante....i give 2 months...

Well they love talking doom;worst case scenario and all that shit. Sure many jack their pipes to it. lol However really most don't believe even 10% of what they say. Not one of them love real doom hammering down on their asses. Christ just like all the article summaries and thread titles that totally misrepresent if not flat out lie. I go read and article or youtube and think" Wtf??? It doesn't say anything at all that the OP posted." Start thinking I clicked on the wrong link or something...sensationalist fucks..heh-heh "We're ALL GONNA DIE!!!!doom! Doom!! DOOM!!! DOOOO OOO OOOooommmmmm...."
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Then you should be paying us big money.

We just talk it up to be a big deal and the real problem gets smaller and smaller. >according to *you*<

So fuck stick, pay up or stfu
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[link to ge.ssec.wisc.edu]
No one has ever seen a perfect circle, nor a perfectly straight line, yet everyone knows what a circle and a straight line are.
Perceived circles or lines are not exactly circular or straight, and true circles and lines could never be detected since by definition they are sets of infinitely small points.