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THE UNPINNED BP WEB CAM STORY OF OUR LIFETIMES: UPDATE.... Oil washes onto big Mississippi tourist beach

 
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we are in uncharted waters...
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Sorry folks she was there but not a lot I can tell ya. Nothing we don't already know.
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No worries, was worth a shot.
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I forgot to post she said the chance of the BOP falling over is pretty slim.
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I forgot to post she said the chance of the BOP falling over is pretty slim.
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that is what the oildrum site says, too.
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Looks like collection efforts are being shut down in front of tropical storm Alex.

I wonder if they will pull the ROVies up and away too?

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sOMETHING happening what is it?

wtf SHR?
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HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO?
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Can you guys living down there tell us what its like with those thunderstorms coming off the spill site. More fumes, Oily rain etc ?

[link to www.wunderground.com]

Running any tests or capturing?

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From Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour 80%
Despite our being told by the Federal Unified Command that the emulsion is not toxic, members of the general public should not try to clean up the emulsion or any new tar balls unless they have had the proper training.

"There is more oil in the sound, particularly north of Petit Bois and Horn islands, and there is oil in the passes between Petit Bois and Horn, Horn and Ship islands, and in the Camille Cut.

"Additionally, a small amount of oil was located today near Deer Island. The boom protecting Biloxi Bay at this location was closed to boat traffic, and one or more vessels with skimming capabilities was brought in to try to keep more oil from getting into the bay.

"The Federal Unified Command reported having more than 700 vessels on the water trying to locate the oil, skim the area, steer and collect the oil and its residue in the sound, in the passes, and south of the barrier islands.

"The amount of oil moving into Mississippi waters has greatly increased in the last several days, and the prevailing winds that cause the oil and its residue to move in our direction are predicted to continue, at least until the middle of the week. We continue to press the Federal Unified Command and BP to increase the amount of resources available to attack the oil beginning as far south as possible, through the passes, into the sound, and in the mouths of the bays.

"While command and control of on-water resources has improved, it must get much better, and the amount of resources to attack the oil offshore must be greatly increased. Under the circumstances, we are taking some of that into our own hands."

Stay with WLOX News and WLOX.com
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Thks Missip for all you postings, the news i continue to get from my sis makes me ill. Can't hardly bring myself to post anymore.
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Can you guys living down there tell us what its like with those thunderstorms coming off the spill site. More fumes, Oily rain etc ?

[link to www.wunderground.com]

Running any tests or capturing?

.
 Quoting: Goetia

No report of oily rain or funny smells from my family living down there but they could just be use to it and not notice it. I had a friend that just got back from NO and said he could definitely smell something funky in the air.
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Makes you wonder what else there doing out there:

[link to ori.msnbc.msn.com]

A floating city springs up to contain Gulf spill
Site of the Deepwater Horizon disaster is now a roaring industrial complex

Dead ahead through the helicopter windshield, it appears like a mirage at the hazy horizon: a city in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico.
A city on fire.
Just a few months ago, the site of the disaster, 42 miles from the last marsh grass at the very tip of the Mississippi River Delta, boasted a solitary drilling rig called Deepwater Horizon. Now that rig rests upside down in the mud at the bottom of the gulf, and in its place is a roaring industrial complex, an emergency operation unlike anything in the history of the petroleum industry.
More than 60 vessels are trying to capture the oil, burn it, disperse it, whatever it takes, while two giant rigs are drilling relief wells and officials keep their eyes on the weather reports, racing to kill the leaking well before a hurricane forces everyone to scatter to calmer waters.
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My bueatiful white beachs of my childhood are now gone.

[link to abcnews.go.com]

With black gobs of oil now sullying Mississippi's white beaches, the governor is taking a more serious tone, asking for more resources to combat the problem he had dismissed.
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steve q breaking

u are fucked

Criteria for Decision to Move if Possible from affected Gulf Coast Areas: 1) Presence of Military increasing Daily. 2) Massive Reports of Respiratory and other Illnesses--Hospitals filling up rapidly. 3) Hurricanes with sustained winds moving into gulf. 4) Credit Cards being Cancelled regionally. 5) Regional and or National Internet Outages. 6) Highway Barriers going up on Freeway Entry and Exit Ramps overnight. 7) Military Transport Planes Landing in Numbers at Regional and smaller Gulf Coast Airports. 8) Watching the Body Language and actions of the Local Law Enforcement Officers. 9) Bubbling ocean waters increasing as the Methane Hydrate goes from solid state to gaseous state. 10) Massive increase in Lightning Storms and unusual Animal Behavior. 11) Suspension of all Leaves and Vacations of Emergency Personnel. 12) Expanding no Boating and Fishing Zone. 13) Shortages of Fuel and Food and availability of critical supplies increasingly being reported.
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steve q breaking

u are fucked

Criteria for Decision to Move if Possible from affected Gulf Coast Areas: 1) Presence of Military increasing Daily. 2) Massive Reports of Respiratory and other Illnesses--Hospitals filling up rapidly. 3) Hurricanes with sustained winds moving into gulf. 4) Credit Cards being Cancelled regionally. 5) Regional and or National Internet Outages. 6) Highway Barriers going up on Freeway Entry and Exit Ramps overnight. 7) Military Transport Planes Landing in Numbers at Regional and smaller Gulf Coast Airports. 8) Watching the Body Language and actions of the Local Law Enforcement Officers. 9) Bubbling ocean waters increasing as the Methane Hydrate goes from solid state to gaseous state. 10) Massive increase in Lightning Storms and unusual Animal Behavior. 11) Suspension of all Leaves and Vacations of Emergency Personnel. 12) Expanding no Boating and Fishing Zone. 13) Shortages of Fuel and Food and availability of critical supplies increasingly being reported.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 672397

I'm already out of there, problem is getting my sick elderly parents out of there, not to mention my sister and nieces and nephews. There roots grow long down there.
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New article all about ROVies and their pilots -- very interesting!

For example, I did not know that the ROVies have sonar.

The operators are called 'pilots', and they do typically live aboard the ship from which their machines are suspended. (two to four week tours of duty, that is).

The ROVie pilots have every reason to make their operation successful!

Article with pictures:

[link to cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com]
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thanks, mockingbird for the rov/pilot article.
truly teamwork, too.
they work for the client..hmmm.
[bp ever ready to point the blame on others]

spacie..
hf
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BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - The Mississippi Sound is now completely closed to all commercial and recreational fishing. Thursday evening, the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality closed the last open portion of Mississippi's territorial marine waters.

Any fish, shrimp, crabs or oysters caught in the closed area must be immediately returned to the waters. There is no catch and release fishing allowed in the closed area.
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Oil taints food chain in Gulf of Mexico WOW oil in crabs from Pensacola FLA. to Galveston TX. OCEAN SPRINGS, MS (WLOX) - There's growing concern about oil entering the food chain in the Gulf of Mexico.

Scientists at the Gulf Coast Research Lab have discovered tiny droplets of oil inside the larvae of blue crabs. That could spell disaster for fisheries in the gulf waters and in South Mississippi marshes and bayous.

"I've worked with these larvae for 42 years and I've never seen this before," said GCRL researcher Harriet Perry.

When Perry looked at blue crab larvae through the microscope, she saw what appeared to be tiny droplets of oil. Tests at an independent lab soon confirmed her suspicions and fear: Crab larvae have been tainted by oil.

"It doesn't appear to have been ingested. It looks like the droplets are just wedged between the carapace, the external shell and the inner skin. Unfortunately, so many animals like to eat small crabs. It's a way for them to enter the food chain. For the hydro carbons to enter the food chain," said Perry.

Crab larvae samples from the marshes of Pensacola to Galveston have all shown the presence of dispersed oil. It's a finding that could signal a severe impact on fisheries.

"A lot of fish species in the marsh. Speckled trout, red drum would feed on these and that would begin the process of accumulation through the food chain," Perry explained.
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thanks, mockingbird for the rov/pilot article.
truly teamwork, too.
they work for the client..hmmm.
[bp ever ready to point the blame on others]

spacie..
hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1020754


We have grown so (reasonably) cynical that we can all too easily overlook the reality that the ROVie pilots are probably doing the absolute very best that they can... simply because they believe it is the right thing to do.

I feel deep and complex compassion for the ROVie pilots who direct the dispersant operations.

They undoubtedly believe -- from the information that they are given -- that it is a good and beneficial thing.

Even if one ROVie pilot were to refuse to work dispersant operations, undoubtedly others would take his or her place in a heartbeat.

I wonder what I would do if I were a ROVie pilot.

All of us would do well to ponder that.
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BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - For the first time since Hurricane Katrina, Keesler Air Force Base will house 50 Mississippi National Guard soldiers to support ongoing oil spill response operations and, if called upon, to augment civilian authorities in the wake of a major hurricane developing in the Gulf of Mexico, officials announced Thursday.

The National Guard infantry soldiers, all recently returned from Iraq, will serve as a "quick reaction force" to offer the flexibility necessary for future operations, said Col. Lee Smithson, commander of Task Force Vigilant Horizon, which is overseeing the Mississippi National Guard's response to the oil spill.

Specifically, they will coordinate the civilian clean-up vessels, he said. The soldiers are from Alpha Company 1/155th Infantry headquartered in the St. Martin Armory in Jackson County. The additional troops bring the total to about 125 soldiers under Task Force Vigilant Horizon.
"Unfortunately, hurricanes are a way of life here along the Gulf Coast, and the ongoing oil disaster only complicates matters further," Smithson said. "Fortunately, as we enter 'Phase Lighthouse' we've mobilized our best, and we are very grateful for Keesler Air Force Base for its logistical support. Otherwise, we would really be in a logistical quandary."
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[link to gcn01.com]

lifted from a member of the oil drum...
i watched a video he made...
i love his alabama accent !
[he posted the video on yesterday's thread at TOD]

just sayin hi...
spacie.
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hope this link works...to tinfoil's movie.

[link to www.theoildrum.com]
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BOP is getting a fancy new hat tonight.

Little ROVies hard at work now:

[link to www.jtnog.org]
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I went to Pascagoula Mississippi beach today.
First , not far from the beach I saw a tent city the entrance had a big sign that says check point. When I got to beach blvd. there was about two blocks of road open to traffic and signs saying residents only. I saw about 100 clean up workers. They were walking 20 side by side. They were dressed in camo and t shirts. No hazmat suits, no gloves, no rakes nothing. Walking slow looking down at the sand. 100 people in a 2 block area. I saw a truck that said hazmat on door. Lots of vehicles. I saw a New Jersey tag.
What is that all about? I did not see anyone pick up anything.
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I went to Pascagoula Mississippi beach today.
First , not far from the beach I saw a tent city the entrance had a big sign that says check point. When I got to beach blvd. there was about two blocks of road open to traffic and signs saying residents only. I saw about 100 clean up workers. They were walking 20 side by side. They were dressed in camo and t shirts. No hazmat suits, no gloves, no rakes nothing. Walking slow looking down at the sand. 100 people in a 2 block area. I saw a truck that said hazmat on door. Lots of vehicles. I saw a New Jersey tag.
What is that all about? I did not see anyone pick up anything.
 Quoting: misipi


Photo op. "Clean up workers on the scene. And now to tell us about the massive clean up effort is (insert politician's name here)..."
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[link to gcn01.com]

lifted from a member of the oil drum...
i watched a video he made...
i love his alabama accent !
[he posted the video on yesterday's thread at TOD]

just sayin hi...
spacie.
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hf
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Rovies earning their keep today.
Cap off.
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Rovies earning their keep today.
Cap off.
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In this youtube movie of the cap removal, when it's lifted away you can see the two colors of oil coming out, one from each of the now-finally-admitted TWO pipes...
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Rovies earning their keep today.
Cap off.


In this youtube movie of the cap removal, when it's lifted away you can see the two colors of oil coming out, one from each of the now-finally-admitted TWO pipes...
 Quoting: hcc 985690


Sorry, THIS youtube:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Rovies earning their keep today.
Cap off.


In this youtube movie of the cap removal, when it's lifted away you can see the two colors of oil coming out, one from each of the now-finally-admitted TWO pipes...


Sorry, THIS youtube:

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 985690


I believe the double pipe system was BP's meager attempt to set up a 10 year own BOP to separate Methane hydrates from the oil.

And why does that not look like the same white cap that was on there before?

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