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The Source of the Gulf Oil Plumes is 7 Miles Southwest of Deepwater Horizon at an Ancient VOLCANIC DOME

 
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The Source of the Gulf Oil Plumes is 7 Miles Southwest of Deepwater Horizon at an Ancient VOLCANIC DOME
After reading the following, I'm sure everyone will also reach the same logical conclusion as I have based on the evidence, facts and truth I'm presenting here.

THE BILOXI DOME

At Latitude 28/40/00 N and Longitude 88/26/00 W [decimal Latitude 28.6666 Longitude -88.4333] in the Gulf of Mexico is an ancient volcanic crater. It's geographically classified as an undersea hill and the common name given to it is the Biloxi Dome. It's located approximately 7 miles or about 12 kilometers southwest from the BP Deepwater Horizon well [Latitude 28/44/17 N Longitude 88/21/57 W].

NOAA Underwater Joint Analysis Group Study

NOAA (National Oceanographic and Aeronautical Administration) has now released their underwater study, the Joint Analysis Group (JAG) Review, which examined subsurface oil in and around the BP Deepwater Horizon well #1 - located in Mississippi Canyon block 252 - from May 19 to June 19, 2010.

Their report presented data collected by five research vessels; the R/V Brooks McCall, R/V Ocean Veritas, R/V Walton Smith, R/V Thomas Jefferson, and R/V Gordon Gunter.

They used a scientific method called Fluorometry to measure for underwater oil. Fluorescence Spectroscopy - a/k/a Fluorometry or Spectrofluorometry - is a type of electromagnetic spectroscopy which analyzes fluorescence. It usually utilizes a beam of ultraviolet light that excites the electrons in molecules of certain compounds and causes them to emit light of a lower energy, such as visible light. For more information on how this works, see [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Conclusions made from their report stated that their Fluorometry measurements showed the presence of oil at a depth between 1000 and 1300 meters. They also concluded that active oil seeps were mapped at about 12 kilometers southwest of the BP Deepwater Horizon wellhead.

As I stated above, the Biloxi Dome is located approximately 12 kilometers southwest of the BP Deepwater Horizon well. This means that NOAA and the Joint Analysis Group positively identified the Biloxi Dome to be the source of the active oil leaks.

SEAFLOOR LEAKS AT BILOXI DOME

Included within the NOAA Interim Project Mission Report June 3-11, 2010 aboard NOAA's Research Vessel, the R/V Thomas Jefferson, is a 3D rendering of the Biloxi Dome leaks showing greater detail. At the time, they did not report the location of these major ocean floor leaks...

DISTANCES OF THE OIL LEAKS TO DEEPWATER HORIZON

Using the identified sea floor leaks in the Biloxi Dome crater rim along with the BP Deepwater Wellhead position, and then overlaying that NOAA map with Google Earth, the following image reveals a very clear and startling picture...

Entire source article with illustrations, coordinates and satellite maps is located at:

[link to worldvisionportal.org]


Also see this blog post: BP Gulf Oil Spill Seeps Mapped In Google Earth – Feds Explanation Of Sea Floor Leaks Don’t Add Up [link to blog.alexanderhiggins.com]

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Excellent article, OP. The pics really bring it home.
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Well thank you for sharing your work with us. :)
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bumpThis should be seen by all!!!!
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Me thinks this is deserving of a pin.
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Me thinks this is deserving of a pin.
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+1

It really is pretty amazing when you read it all.
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bravo for the truth

now what started this mess is the question i have? human negligence or an act of war...?
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ok will someone please spell it out?

why is this being covered up?

is it a money/oil fixing scheme?

what gives and how dangerous is this leak?
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I have been saying this for a long time....there is a volcano down there
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bravo for the truth

now what started this mess is the question i have? human negligence or an act of war...?
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Earth changes.

Why else have the elite been preparing all of these years? Seed banks, bunkers, etc.? All the lies and cover stories. This is the one truth they don't want the people to know. Just look around at what they hide, what they don't discuss, the correlations that are never made by MSM regarding large quakes, meteors, cosmic changes. NEVER MADE. As if it's all disconnected. Even the economy- we've been looted for YEARS. Where is all the missing money? What did they build/buy with it to protect themselves?

So BP took the blame. Others are also implicated so there's plausible deniability for all. They've covered themselves. And, really, do you think they care who gets the blame in the longrun if the earth is cracking apart? Hiding the truth as long as they can.
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Another good thread by OP:

TWO Massive Lakes of Oil & Corexit Beneath Gulf Surface CONFIRMED by Researchers
Thread: WHERE'S THE OIL? TWO Massive Lakes of Deep Oil Are Now CONFIRMED by Researchers
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Asphalt Volcano to be specific.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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The two recently released NOAA reports I used for reference in the article is already more than a month old. It's very possible there are more than the original seven confirmed and verified leaks on the rim of the old volcanic crater (the Biloxi Dome) by now.
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OP, any idea how long the Biloxi Dome has been erupting?
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OP, any idea how long the Biloxi Dome has been erupting?
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As verified by NOAA in their two reports, since May 19, 2010. It could have been leaking long before that, but I haven't found any written confirmation to prove an earlier date.
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OP, any idea how long the Biloxi Dome has been erupting?

As verified by NOAA in their two reports, since May 19, 2010. It could have been leaking long before that, but I haven't found any written confirmation to prove an earlier date.
 Quoting: Oiled in Florida



What about the cracks in February? Were they in/around the volcanic crater or actually from one of their wells? And how would we know?
[link to www.bloomberg.com]

BP Plc was struggling to seal cracks in its Macondo well as far back as February, more than two months before an explosion killed 11 and spewed oil into the Gulf of Mexico.

It took 10 days to plug the first cracks, according to reports BP filed with the Minerals Management Service that were later delivered to congressional investigators. Cracks in the surrounding rock continued to complicate the drilling operation during the ensuing weeks. Left unsealed, they can allow explosive natural gas to rush up the shaft.
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Nice work.
Can GLP rent a sub long enough to explore it?
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Absolutly awesome. Thank you for sharing your efforts.

I felt this type of issue had to be related to the DWH spill, but only shared this with a few close to me. I was too chicken to state a my thoughts and opinion. I'm appreciative you had the ability to follow this through.

Now what is next? You never stated your opinion as to whether the leaks at the volcanic dome is the cause of the DWH original issues (along with the mountain of human error)that caused the blow out or the drilling from the DWH caused the leaks at the dome.

If the ancient volcanic dome is the cause of the DWH blow out, is the volcano coming back to life again, or just a source of release for the oil and methane below the surface?
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The Biloxi Dome (crater) is within Mississippi Canyon Block 252 just like the BP Deepwater Horizon well #1. Reports about any BP Deepwater Horizon pressure and drilling problems back before April 20 could possibly be referring to more than one well within MC252. That's just speculation, but we've all been lied to so much by DC and the USCG, anything could be possible.

I find it very odd that the NOAA report specifies "BP Deepwater Horizon well #1". If there was just one well DWH drilled, why call it #1? To me, the report implies there was also a well #2.

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Another good thread by OP:

TWO Massive Lakes of Oil & Corexit Beneath Gulf Surface CONFIRMED by Researchers
Thread: WHERE'S THE OIL? TWO Massive Lakes of Deep Oil Are Now CONFIRMED by Researchers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1043058

I'm shocked at the lack of posts to the thread above and this one as well. How did the thread linked above get buried so fast? I never saw it until now. Is this too much for most people to deal with? I'm confused. Where are the responses?
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Well, how come there seems to be no more surface oil? Was ALL of that coming from the pipe? Basically if people can't see the oil it's like it isn't even there. (even though it is) It will be a non-event in the media.

We'll just be the nutcases, and "oil lakes below" will be like Building 7.
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The Biloxi Dome (crater) is within Mississippi Canyon Block 252 just like the BP Deepwater Horizon well #1. Reports about any BP Deepwater Horizon pressure and drilling problems back before April 20 could possibly be referring to more than one well within MC252. That's just speculation, but we've all been lied to so much by DC and the USCG, anything could be possible.
 Quoting: Oiled in Florida

OP, I saw read a thread in the last week that suggested that the DWH drillin the well was intentional to release some of the buildup of methane etc. The thread also illuded that it was done to avoid a possible ice age etc. I don't know how much of that article I bought, but is it possible the well was intentionally drilled to release a dangerous build up of methane? Please feel free to debunk...it's seems pretty crazy. Just wondering where your thoughts are taking you from this point.
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OP, I saw read a thread in the last week that suggested that the DWH drillin the well was intentional to release some of the buildup of methane etc. The thread also illuded that it was done to avoid a possible ice age etc. I don't know how much of that article I bought, but is it possible the well was intentionally drilled to release a dangerous build up of methane? Please feel free to debunk...it's seems pretty crazy. Just wondering where your thoughts are taking you from this point.
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Just like I said a few posts above:

I find it very odd that the NOAA report specifies "BP Deepwater Horizon well #1". If there was just one well DWH drilled, why call it #1? To me, the report implies there was also a well #2.
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OP, I saw read a thread in the last week that suggested that the DWH drillin the well was intentional to release some of the buildup of methane etc. The thread also illuded that it was done to avoid a possible ice age etc. I don't know how much of that article I bought, but is it possible the well was intentionally drilled to release a dangerous build up of methane? Please feel free to debunk...it's seems pretty crazy. Just wondering where your thoughts are taking you from this point.


Just like I said a few posts above:


I find it very odd that the NOAA report specifies "BP Deepwater Horizon well #1". If there was just one well DWH drilled, why call it #1? To me, the report implies there was also a well #2.

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Ok, I understand. Thanks for that.
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5 stars thanks OP this is a great report you found.
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