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PHOTOS<------Disaster unfolds slowly in the Gulf of Mexico------>PHOTOS

 
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You guys had better HOPE that this is all you have to cry about.....

If you want to pray for something...I wouldn't focus on even a million birds, fish, turtles or whatever...I would pray that the men who are in charge of killing this monster CAN kill it..and it is a monster...or insert whatever apocalyptic nightmare of your own desire, but make it the worst thing you can think of, because that's the potential.....I can tell you this...they are scared shitless right now....because they know what will happen if they can't....and the odds aren't so great either.

I will be VERY HAPPY if even twice as worse damage, dead Flippers, Nemos and Johnathan Livingstone Seagulls than what we see now is all we see....think about THAT...Pray, burn incense, chant, vibrate, fuckin voodoo or whatever it is you all do when you're facing down a nightmare that is beyond your control because that's exactly what this is.

Next week sometime we're gonna know....and until then...nothing else really matters...hope we don't "find out" sooner...this is real edge of the abyss shit guys...and it's very real...a few hundred thousand dead ducks and Dolphins are going to seem like the good old days if we go over that edge....
 Quoting: SHR


Most people cannot imagine the damage this will do, the
planetary damage, projected two years. Or five. And there
probably isn't much more time left than that anyway if wars keep escalating.

Just think about the complete corruption of the water system under Yucatan. East coast fisheries gone, all the way to Newfoundland.

And for those who read scripture, wouldn't it be ironic if
the hole blown in the helo deck we all saw, was from the
inopportune strike of a very tiny meteor, and here all
these centuries we've been watching for something big.
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Why is it that all the pictures, news reporting are delayed by 3 to 4 days? I would expect that those that live along the beaches that are effected would be able to update more so than the MSM via youtube and other channels. WTF is going on today?! That's what I would like to know, not this echo reporting. Pictures and video daily sure would be nice to see to keep updated on the conditions on the shorelines.

Am I asking for too much here geeeshhhh!
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The pictures with the dolphins and birds made me weep. We have destroyed the planet and its innocent creatures.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 901472


Unless you are in the oil business, drilling business,
or other related business, I wouldn't be saying WE.
And the fact that WE didn't just start shooting people
involved in drilling, doesn't mean it's OUR fault either.

The corp execs at BP paid someone a shitload of money,
under the table, to get this rig in position to drill
at what they thought was the edge of their capability.

Instead of edge it turned out to be beyond.

Get the names involved, and pin it where pin is due.
The last thing Americans need to do right now is absorb
more fucking guilt because foreigners screwed the pooch
in our waters.
abhie

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Yesterday I had a dream message where the fish were kind of talking to me, and they were scared, they were crying.....

Its a tragedy out there, more than meets the eye.

My sympathies for you Louisiana. hf
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Yesterday I had a dream message where the fish were kind of talking to me, and they were scared, they were crying.....

Its a tragedy out there, more than meets the eye.

My sympathies for you Louisiana. hf
 Quoting: abhie


My sympathies too abhie, This mess has just begun to unfold and we are in a blackout. But why?
abhie

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05/13/2010 09:58 PM

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Revman, no idea as yet, but somebody benefits.
We need to know who, when , where , and why..


From:
[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

CORDOVA, Alaska — Communities along the Gulf Coast wondering about what kind of legacy the monstrous oil slick will leave can look no further than the towns along the Alaska coastline that were ravaged by the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989.

Crude oil from the tanker still lingers on some beaches a full 21 years later. Some marine species never recovered. Families and bank accounts were shattered. Alcoholism, suicide and domestic violence rates all rose in hard-hit towns.

"As far as what's ahead, we have a feeling that we kind of know what those communities and individuals are going to go through, and it's absolutely tragic," said Stan Jones, spokesman for the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council.

On March 23, 1989, the 987-foot supertanker left the port in Valdez loaded with 53 million gallons of North Slope crude from the trans-Alaska pipeline. The ship hit a reef three hours later, rupturing eight of its 11 cargo tanks and dumping 10.8 million gallons of crude into Prince William Sound.

About 1,300 miles of Alaska shoreline was affected by the spill, including 200 miles that were heavily contaminated, according to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council. Responders found carcasses of more than 35,000 birds and 1,000 sea otters. That was considered to be a fraction of the bird and animal death toll because carcasses usually sink to the seabed. The council estimated 250,000 seabirds, 2,800 sea otters, 300 harbor seals, 250 bald eagles, up to 22 killer whales died along with billions of salmon and herring eggs.

Exxon said it spent $2.1 billion on a cleanup, but in a testament to the persistence of crude, oil a few inches below the surface remains on isolated beaches. Students on field trips to islands in Prince William Sound devastated by the spill often uncover rocks soiled in oil with little effort. An estimated 20,000 gallons of oil remain from the spill.

"It just smells like a gas station," Kate Alexander of the Prince William Sound Science Center in Cordova said of the lingering remnants of the spill. "It's a very disturbing experience, but very real."

Alaskans also see uncomfortable parallels as BP takes heat for allegedly downplaying the initial threat of the spill in the Gulf of Mexico after a drilling rig exploded. A similar scenario unfolded in 1989 after the Valdez disaster.

"There were promises made that it was manageable, containable, that it could be cleaned up," said Jones, whose group is dedicated to preventing future oil spills. "It turned out the oil industry was just not capable of doing that. That seems to be what's happening in the gulf."

Last Edited by abhie on 05/13/2010 10:00 PM
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verysad
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 968407


+100
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Yesterday I had a dream message where the fish were kind of talking to me, and they were scared, they were crying.....

Its a tragedy out there, more than meets the eye.

My sympathies for you Louisiana. hf
 Quoting: abhie

Thank you..we're keeping a watchful eye and praying.
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05/13/2010 10:15 PM
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fucking greedy humans
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 819961


If you drive a car or use plastic and hundreds of other byproducts from oil, then you're part of the problem.
We all are. They profit from oil and we use the products that come from it.

We have to own up to our small part that keeps the business going. I include myself in that too.
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pictures of the Earths blood spilling out into the water very bad for the people.

Take a minuit and look that is the blood of the Earth he is a Leviothon of the Dragon spicies the Bible says so in the book of Job.

What a horibile people the human race has become. slaphim

You will get what you deserve.
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05/14/2010 11:46 PM
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help

it's comming.
Women that behave rarely make history.

Unfortunately you can't regulate stupid.

If scarcasim is lost on you, then you won't be able to follow my train of thought with a road map and compass.
:tejas:
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:help:

it's comming.
 Quoting: MustangSally



Boy Rick Perry is gonna be pissed when the oil hits the texas beaches, and not that the beaches were all that clean, there is plenty of oil blobs and drilling equipment that ends up there, but this will be worse!

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