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Message Subject Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
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Just fucking great....

[link to www.aogr.com]
 Quoting: BadHairDay


- How profectic these words in green :

Quote: "The lure of the ultradeep is a vast potential natural gas deposit locked in structures below the salt weld that cuts through Gulf Coast sediment layers. And if McMoRan’s hypothesis on ultradeep geology proves correct, the below-salt resource potential at depths of 25,000-35,000 feet could wind the clock back to another era, when rank wildcat drilling was commonplace in shallow-water blocks."

I am totally on the same level as BHD with his 'saltlayer'-theory ...
When they ALSO cut through this layer of SALT , seawater will seep in gradually and will melt the salt and/or wash it away ...
This will attribute to the Event that will make a whoooooole part of the US unstable and thus result in sinkings ...


- Quote: "On June 28, 2009, Rowan’s Mississippi jackup re-entered an old abandoned well bore that had been drilled to the top of the salt at 19,958 feet to spud Davy Jones in 20 feet of water at South Marsh Island Block 230. "

About 9 months before DWH went down ....
What made them re-enter ? What could they have seen recently happening to it, or learned from data "someone" gave to them ... ????


- The quote below is asking for disaster !!!

Quote: "McMoRan has deepened the discovery well–located 10 miles off the Louisiana coast–from a measured depth of 28,603 feet to a total depth of 29,122 feet to evaluate additional Wilcox sections before flow testing the well later this year or early next year. “This is brand new territory,” Moffett declares. “Flow testing is the next challenge. No one has ever tried to flow a well at the combined temperatures and pressures we have at Davy Jones.”
Noting that reservoir temperatures exceeding 440 degrees Fahrenheit require tools and equipment purpose-engineered to take the heat, and that the bottom-hole pressure regime is ±27,000 psi, Moffett exclaims, “
That is four times the pressure it takes to launch a spaceship into orbit!”"

INSANE !!!!!!


- If you read the words below, and you think of all the things [about sink-holes and salt etc] that we have been touching the past weeks, then they are BLIND as moles or just dont give a damn about any consequences, or it is a pre-'set up' for other agenda's ...

Quote: "“In geology, you have to put together lots of little pieces and connect the dots to see the big picture, which is what I have tried to do with our deeper pool concept. We started looking with seismic to find structures deeper than conventional Shelf fields–first above salt and now below it,” he relates. “If you do not understand the big picture, you cannot possibly understand the ultradeep play.”"

"If you do not understand the big picture, you cannot possibly understand the ultradeep play" !!!
The Ultra-deep play !!!???
Again prophetic words !!!
Is it really part of a play .. a game .. an agenda ... ?

Coz, common .. if we simple sniffernoses can see a bigger doom-picture, why cant THEY?


In the quote below it seems though as if they know EXACTLY how the puzzle fits and what the consequences could be.
Like they say themselves : ITS A ONENESS !!!!

Quote: "The results, he says, underscore the “oneness” of Gulf Coast geology, with the same telltale structural and stratigraphic markers stretching from onshore to ultradeep water.One of the biggest misconceptions is that the Shelf and deep water are separate geologic provinces. They are different engineering provinces, but once you get below the salt weld, it is one continuous basin,” Moffett contends. “There is no ‘state line’ dividing the geology. It is the same.”"

And also : If it is the SAME and no state-lines are dividing it .. what then about claiming-rights ? Could states claim the oil thats beneath their states even though it is 1 bassin ???

If all the states that are "sitting in tha way" could be "eliminated" ???? ... that would be a biggggggg releave for the oil-kings .. wouldnt it be?


- Quote: "The first wells McMoRan drilled to test its theory were Blackbeard West in 2008 and Davy Jones in 2009-10, both of which targeted structures below salt. Blackbeard West confirmed Miocene sands below 30,000 feet, while Davy Jones confirmed Wilcox sands below 27,000 feet."

THAT is exactly the period that BP's DWH went Bezerk ....
This gives us to think ...
Did BP tried to BEAT Davey Jones ??? And failed miserably ?
If I remember correctly, BP also went to "abandoned wells" ...
This information could put the whole BP-disaster in a new perspective.

Just now the words of OP pop up in my mind that a 2nd attempt to destroy a rig was prevented by the Chinese (a sub) and pictures or images of the culprits were taken/seen.

*** scratching Just some thoughts rush through my mind:
Yes they tapped DEEP in Earths [blood]VEINS.
Salt shields off, salt has low conductivity to electric currents, they flow over and beside it and not through it. Could the oil in the DEEP-VEINS be of different composition too ?????? More radioactive ? More electric charged ? (the salt would protect it from the upper layers, so that it can and could stay the way it is without interference and pollution ... ???) Purer ?????


- Quote: "In effect, Davy Jones and Blackbeard West “connect the dots” in the ultradeep Shelf between the Miocene and Lower Tertiary reservoirs that operators have drilled for years on land and structures of the same geologic age that are being found in deep water, Moffett states. And that is exactly as it should be, according to the geologic model that the McMoRan team has developed on the structural setting below salt.
“Success to date was derived from the combination of McMoRan’s deeper pool model and contributions from the Three Musketeers’ ultradeep model,” Moffett says, explaining that the Three Musketeers, as he has nicknamed them, are geoscientists Randol Haworth, Jay Menard and Glen Denyer. All three have been proponents of the ultradeep geologic model for more than a decade, he says, and joined McMoRan
in 2007 through its $1.1 billion acquisition of Newfield Exploration Company’s Shelf properties."

Hmmmmm 2007 !!!!
Ding-dong ---> Craig Venter and SYNTHIA !!!!!




Whats in a name ???

Davy Jones [link to en.wikipedia.org] is a fictional character in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. He appears as the central antagonist of Dead Man's Chest and At World's End. Davy Jones is the captain of the Flying Dutchman (based on the feared ghost ship of the same name featured in nautical lore), roaming the seas in search of souls to serve upon his vessel for a century. In the story, his original purpose was to carry souls of those who died at sea from this world to the next on his vessel. He was charged with this duty by his one true love, a sea goddess named Calypso. ... Unable to deal with Calypso's betrayal, he ripped out his heart and placed it in a chest, burying it on land. This chest became known as the Dead Man's Chest, the primary object being sought after in the second film. Jones then abandoned his duties, and instead ruled the seas as a tyrant with a damned crew bound by oath to serve aboard the Dutchman for one hundred years each. Bound to the duties of the Flying Dutchman both he and his crew slowly transformed into sea monsters.
The character is based on the legendary devil of the seas with the same name, according to superstition among sailors in the 18th and 19th centuries.
 Quoting: wiki


The name Davy Jones - and particularly Davy Jones' Locker - has become synonymous with disaster at sea.
"... the fiend that presides over all the evil spirits of the deep..."
Since Davy Jones is the malevolent spirit of the deep, it makes sense that the bottom of the ocean - the final resting place of many sailors, traders and pirates alike - would be seen as his domain.

But why is their watery grave referred to as a "locker"?
One suggestion is that a locker was a place to store things safely. Davy Jones would thus stash the souls of the unfortunate mariners in this locker. Quite why he would hoard them in this way is unclear - but the harvesting of souls is a common factor in many legends of devils, maritime or otherwise.

"Locker" could also refer to something to LOCK other things ... something that is not so farfedged to us Bezerkers ...
It all makes sense !!!!

There is also the "Jonah" theory, Jonah became the "evil angel" of all sailors, as the biblical story of Jonah involved his shipmates realizing Jonah was being punished for his disobedience to God and casting him over-board. ----> The Fallen Angels !! Which are the foundators of TPTB and current Elites !!!

See also : [link to en.wikipedia.org]


Blackbeard is the heartless pirate captain of the Queen Anne's Revenge and a master of black arts, who wants to find the Fountain of Youth to escape a prophecy of his death by a one-legged man. Blackbeard practices voodoo and appears to have the power to command ships using his sword. The origin of Blackbeard's sword and crew is unknown, but it is thought that he is not a part of the Brethren Court*.Blackbeard has zombified his entire staff of officers to follow his every order.

* The Brethren Court comprises nine pirate lords from the different seas. There have been four meetings over the centuries.
 Quoting: wiki


* ---> Read that as follows : The Brethren Court comprises nine ALIEN lords from the different EREA's IN SPACE. There have been four meetings over the centuries.
The 4 meetings are comparable with the 4 CYCLES of the MAYAN CALENDAR !!! Next to come is the 5th !!! Around Dec 2012 ... Thus the Alien Elites behind TPTB.


Macondo is a fictional town described in Gabriel García Márquez's novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude.

In the narrative of One Hundred Years of Solitude, the town grows from a tiny settlement with almost no contact with the outside world, to eventually become a large and thriving place, before a banana plantation is set up. The establishment of the banana plantation lead to Macondo's downfall, followed by a gigantic windstorm that wipes it from the map. As the town grows and falls, different generations of the Buendía family play important roles, contributing to its development.

The fall of Macondo comes first as a result of a four-year rainfall, which destroyed most of the town's supplies and image. During the years following the rainfall, the town begins to empty, as does the Buendía home.
 Quoting: wiki


Read as following :
In the narrative of One Hundred Years of Solitude, the [town] oil business area grows from a tiny settlement with almost no contact with the outside world, to eventually become a large and thriving place, before a [banana] whole GOM rig plantation is set up. The establishment of the [banana] oil-rig & drill- & fracking plantations lead to Macondo's & the GOM's downfall, followed by a gigantic [windstorm] sinking-disaster that wipes [it] the GOM from the map. As the [town] business grows and falls, different generations of the [Buendía family] oil-companies & Elites play important roles, contributing to its development.

The fall of Macondo comes first as a result of a four-year rainfall, which destroyed most of the town's supplies and image. During the years following the rainfall, the town begins to empty, as does the Buendía home.


Different generations of the [Buendía family] oil-companies & Elites play important roles --->
Quote Davey Jones article:
"Another key Miocene data point is Blackbeard West in 70 feet of water at South Timbalier Block 168, Moffett notes. McMoRan assumed operatorship of the well in 2007 after acquiring Newfield’s Shelf assets. Originally operated by ExxonMobil with partners Newfield, BP, Petrobras, Dominion and BHP Billiton, the well was abandoned in September 2006 short of its targeted depth."



Key-words in the rest of the article !!!

Quote: "Acknowledging that it takes “a different kind of DNA” to drill multimillion-dollar wildcats to test the merits of a new interpretation of the geology underlying a producing province considered mature, Moffett says ultradeep exploration requires specialized knowledge and skill sets, along with a good bit of nerve.
“If you have not been in high-pressure drilling or spent time looking at data on deeper pool structures, frankly, you are like a goat
looking at a new gate,” he posits. “Drilling these wells and evaluating these sands is a whole new ballgame, and there is no way to learn it overnight. The only way to get there is by living through some of the experiences and knowing how to react to situations.”
...
After interpretation on regional-scale 2-D seismic data, Moffett says McMoRan imaged the Davy Jones structure with reprocessed prestacked time- and depth-migrated 3-D data acquired by Fairfield, using long-offset
ZNodal™ seafloor acquisition technology.
“Davy Jones looks like a majestic mountain peak on 3-D seismic (Figure 1). When I look at it, I think about the Grasberg discovery (
the world’s largest gold mine and third largest copper mine), which Freeport-McMoRan made in New Guinea in 1988.
...
Another factor, Moffett says, was the impact of heaving shales (or
suitcase shales,” as he dubs them) on exploration and drilling operations. A dominant feature of Gulf Coast geology, these sections of anomalously pressured hydrating shale absorb water, swell and slough into the bore hole, leading to pipe sticking, excessive solids buildup in the mud, hole bridging and other drilling hazards.
...
I call the salt weld the dancing
dragon. Above it, the geology is very different. But below it, the geology is the same from onshore to deep water,” Moffett observes.
...
Rethinking the Gulf’s depositional history is fundamental to McMoRan’s view of the ultradeep structural setting. “The one thing geologists and geophysicists can take away from our depositional modeling is that Gulf geology is far more complex and
interrelated than anyone imagined,” Moffett offers.



- Earlier I asked if the OIL-composition beneath the SALT could be different then the oil-comp ABOVE the salt.
The next lines below seem to give an answer to that, that they do !

Quote : "Onshore, Wilcox and Yegua sands tend to be silty and poorly-sorted, Moffett continues. “When you get into the pressured section, you also encounter high temperatures. For instance, temperatures reach more than 450 degrees in the Wilcox at the Fandango Field in Zapata County, Tx.,” he notes. “But it is a different story offshore. If you look at the resistivity and gamma ray data from Davy Jones, you would say these are some of the cleanest and highest-quality Wilcox sands ever seen in the Gulf.”"

'Clean sand' means CLEAN [or PURE] OIL !!!

- The text below indicates and suggests that DWH was indeed competing with Davey Jones, but had the WRONG EQUIPMENT and wrong iron :

Quote: "Moffett reports that the timing of the well test depends on the hardware’s required pressure rating. “We are doing diagnostics to determine whether we can use 20,000 psi test equipment such as safety valves, wellhead trees, casing and tubing,” he updates. “There must be enough metal that if we have to shut in the well, the iron will not split and lead to a well out of control. It is serious business, and like everything we are doing in this pioneering effort, we want to make sure we have it right. If we have to go with 25,000 psi test equipment, it may be the fourth quarter before it gets delivered.”



Please absorb this all above, its a lot to take in,
but then again it is also much of what has been posted already ...
only NOW we have WORDS to PROVE the things we were guessing and thinking all the time !!!

Bravo to us BEZERKERS !!!!


XXX K
 
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