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GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond

 
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What this poll so far shows is that the majority of GLPers are clearly not an overly optimistic lot.


Optimism has nothing to do with it. Anyone who is optimistic about this is living in denial.
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Are you not hopeful that the relief well will stop this flow? You don't wish for the flow to stop?
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
What this poll so far shows is that the majority of GLPers are clearly not an overly optimistic lot.


Optimism has nothing to do with it. Anyone who is optimistic about this is living in denial.

Agreed!



I'm optimistic that this event will not lead to the extinction of our species.

How's that?


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Thats is an optimistic view.
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Can i just say that I just watched that video on MSNBC on the 1979 gulf oil spill...and it is in NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM anywhere even close to the disaster that is unfolding in the gulf now... how long did the 1979 oil leak last for...ONE TO TWO WEEKS...... you can claim this is all the same thing ...but when u wake up one morning and your neighbors are wearing gas masks...
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LOL you believe the TV?


Ixtoc I oil spill
In the next nine months, experts and divers including Red Adair were brought in to contain and cap the oil well.[7] An average of approximately ten thousand to thirty thousand barrels per day were discharged into the Gulf until it was finally capped on 23 March 1980, nearly 10 months later.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Can i just say that I just watched that video on MSNBC on the 1979 gulf oil spill...and it is in NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM anywhere even close to the disaster that is unfolding in the gulf now... how long did the 1979 oil leak last for...ONE TO TWO WEEKS...... you can claim this is all the same thing ...but when u wake up one morning and your neighbors are wearing gas masks...

LOL you believe the TV?


Ixtoc I oil spill
In the next nine months, experts and divers including Red Adair were brought in to contain and cap the oil well.[7] An average of approximately ten thousand to thirty thousand barrels per day were discharged into the Gulf until it was finally capped on 23 March 1980, nearly 10 months later.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Yes, it was similar in terms of how long it took to bore the relief wells.

Like another poster earlier pointed out though, this time the amount in gallons of oil is far greater than what happened in 1979.



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Can i just say that I just watched that video on MSNBC on the 1979 gulf oil spill...and it is in NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM anywhere even close to the disaster that is unfolding in the gulf now... how long did the 1979 oil leak last for...ONE TO TWO WEEKS...... you can claim this is all the same thing ...but when u wake up one morning and your neighbors are wearing gas masks...

LOL you believe the TV?


Ixtoc I oil spill
In the next nine months, experts and divers including Red Adair were brought in to contain and cap the oil well.[7] An average of approximately ten thousand to thirty thousand barrels per day were discharged into the Gulf until it was finally capped on 23 March 1980, nearly 10 months later.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Yes, it was similar in terms of how long it took to bore the relief wells.

Like another poster earlier pointed out though, this time the amount in gallons of oil is far greater than what happened in 1979.



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thank you bowman...ixtoc was long, but not near the volume, i keep hearing both different versions.."ixtoc was longer and bigger.."

or ixtoc was shorter and bigger'

all both in favor of ixtoc being so big and bad this is nothing.

starting to think there's shills around.

cause we never ever hear the other two permutations.
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Maybe earth is hollow and full of oil. And BP has found a manhole to that neverending supply. That would explain why they don't want to close it.
propoganda
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
This one has a 'Pandora's Box' feel.
Just now watched a news segment regarding the burning of the surface oil. Crews expected 20min to 1 hour burn durations- instead experiencing 12 hour. So much beyond the scope of experience/ expectations and so preparations. 'Unprecedented'.
Full of surprises- all nasty.
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
Can i just say that I just watched that video on MSNBC on the 1979 gulf oil spill...and it is in NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM anywhere even close to the disaster that is unfolding in the gulf now... how long did the 1979 oil leak last for...ONE TO TWO WEEKS...... you can claim this is all the same thing ...but when u wake up one morning and your neighbors are wearing gas masks...

LOL you believe the TV?


Ixtoc I oil spill
In the next nine months, experts and divers including Red Adair were brought in to contain and cap the oil well.[7] An average of approximately ten thousand to thirty thousand barrels per day were discharged into the Gulf until it was finally capped on 23 March 1980, nearly 10 months later.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


Yes, it was similar in terms of how long it took to bore the relief wells.

Like another poster earlier pointed out though, this time the amount in gallons of oil is far greater than what happened in 1979.



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 Quoting: BOWMAN

I am aware of that. I was making the point that the TV was incorrect and qouting and believing the TV is not a good source of information.
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THIS IS AN EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT...YOU PEOPLE BETTER WAKE UP..OUR ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM IS ABOUT TO BE DESTROYED
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The Gulf will not be evacuated because that is not where the bulk of the oil is going. The dispersant keeps the oil at depth and creates small droplets rather than long chains. The bulk will be spread via the Gulf current to the worlds oceans.
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
This one has a 'Pandora's Box' feel.
Just now watched a news segment regarding the burning of the surface oil. Crews expected 20min to 1 hour burn durations- instead experiencing 12 hour. So much beyond the scope of experience/ expectations and so preparations. 'Unprecedented'.
Full of surprises- all nasty.
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no doubt about that. the bottom line, with all the data, the munitions dump thing, the methane hydrate, the benzene, now radioactivity, it's a real nasty bomb primed to go off. i'm certain it will.
and it's not the only thing brewing on the planet right now either. think chain reaction..
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
There are people missing the big picture. The world's oceans will be doomed.

It is not what you see no the surface, or some images of people who think they look good, you would not agree with, it is what is underneath, and in the ocean there is more underneath than what is on the surface.

Crap from demons is crap (from personal experience).
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They are getting the land ready to burn

watch old world secrets the omega project codes

Thread: Best movie ever for showing everything we have been taught is a lie
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The pressures are too high if you squeeze a milk carton and punch a hole in it then punch a second hole in it and keep squeezing the milk will piss out of both holes till its empty.



THIS
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Simple, but the truth hurts.





hf hiding
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I don't think they will stop the leak efficiently. but i don't think the gulf will completely die. but it won't recover fast enough to save the jobs and industry lost. It WILL be bad in other terms like the economy of the gulf coast entering into a hard depression, imo.

this spill is bad enough even without all the huge ELE doom.

do not underestimate how bad the economy is right now. the oil spill does not help at all.
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
Actually, I have just been reading a news article about the impacts of the Gulf Disaster in the July, 2010 Scientific American. A very conservative science magazine. Titled " A Lasting Menace".

Here are some quotes:

" More than 20 years after the Exxon Valdez foundered off the coast of Alaska, sea otters stil dig up oil in their hunt for clams in Prince William Sound. Nearly 25 years after an oil storage tank ruptured near mangrove swamps and coral reefs of Bahia Las Minas in Panama, oil slicks still form in the water. And some 40 years after the fuel-oil barge Florida ran aground off Cape Cod, the muck beneath the marsh grasses makes the area smell like a gas station".

"The toxic compounds in the oil vary, but the most worrisome are polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbns (PAHs) such as napthalenes, benzene, toluene, and xylenes. All can sicken humans, animals and plants." " In the bodies of organisms such as manmals or birds these aroumatic hydrocarbons can be transformeed into even more toxic products, which can affect DNA. The mutations that might result could lead to reduced fertility, cancer and other probems."

"Once , the oil, because of high tides or high winds, gets into the coastal wetland, it gets trapped in the sediment"
"then for decades you continue to see oil coming back out."

"particularly critical are marshes, which are nurseries for wildlife ranging from fish to birds; contamination here could damage emryos and affect a species for generations."

Not to mention what it's doing to all the men and women - pregnant or otherwise, and children who live there.

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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
Oil = Shit

Gulf = Fan
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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
I wish people would stop calling this a "spill." A spill is more like what happens to a glass of milk.

Unfortunately I think this thing will keep gushing until it runs out of oil, or the sea bed collapses and shuts it down, whichever comes first. Either way that area and a lot of area near it are probably going to be uninhabitable for probably hundreds of years. After man is gone/depleted, I have faith in Mother Nature to heal herself eventually.
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I totally agree with your assessment and prediction. I am sooo tired of the word "spill" and cannot understand why people keep repeating it. It so totally minimizes this seriously gigantic out of control gusher situation and the danger associated with it. Thanks.
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Black Gold,...

Texas Tea.

Howdy Bowman.




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In time we hate that which we often fear.

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Re: GLP Survey Results: Approximately 75% Say Doom For At Least The Gulf And Possibly Beyond
A similar event happened in the late '70's that was managed and forgotten about.

What about this leak?

Are all resident doomers here just overreacting?

Or have we really done it this time?


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This time is different only because we are dealing with a different mentality and a lack luster leadership.

FUBAR
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Oil = Shit

Gulf = Fan
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Wow! I never thought of it that way, thanks for the new perspective.

It really does fit.
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"A similar event happened in the late '70s that was managed and forgotten about."

Similar ? Are you kidding - that's like saying a Chihuahua can fuck a Mastiff !
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I'm predicting 3/4 of the gulf and 50 miles inland a dead zone, but it will be temporary, as in, 5 10 20 30 years.
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TPTB can fix this at any time; they're just waiting and stoking the fires of panic so that the public will beg for cap and trade and possibly a full global environmental treaty.
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New mentality!

They will NOT allow any one to take matters into their own hands.

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

This is BULL SHIT! man.

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tried to watch the omega vids but the i-net is really funky right now. i can about imagine what they were about..aliens, subverting us, putting us in the matrix. sadistical aliens who feed off despair, terror(and who knows what else..human heads?)
they are the reptoids, the dragons and tptb are their lackies. they intend to depopulate us and they have rigged the planet to "blow", a cascade of disasters that will eventually end all life on the surface. this is what the dumbs and seed banks are for. this planet is the reptoids last stronghold.
the opposition, the friendlies, are close by...
not everyone will make it off this rock, but many will.
this place becomes the "lake of fire", the reptoids are screwed. i think they must kinda know that, but they still had to keep trying because it's total extinction for them this time.
this is Endgame.
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TPTB can fix this at any time; they're just waiting and stoking the fires of panic so that the public will beg for cap and trade and possibly a full global environmental treaty.
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I'd like to stick a fucking hose down their throat and start pumping crude.

I apologize ok! It just pisses me off that "THEY" won't let us help our selves.

Revolution is on the way!

Screw them.
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This is bladder emptying, vomit-inducing, depends-wearing cold, hard doom. hiding
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Disclosure soon and ET can help cleanup.
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THIS IS AN EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT...YOU PEOPLE BETTER WAKE UP..OUR ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM IS ABOUT TO BE DESTROYED
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