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Top Kill: Reflections of the Deepwater Horizon

 
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"A look at the Ignik Sikumi, Fire in the Ice, methane hydrates research field trial."
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CALL me a converted skeptic. Three years ago I identified problems in previous climate studies that, in my mind, threw doubt on the very existence of global warming. Last year, following an intensive research effort involving a dozen scientists, I concluded that global warming was real and that the prior estimates of the rate of warming were correct. I’m now going a step further: Humans are almost entirely the cause.
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Brilliantly played.

The so-called environmentalist left should lap this up like puppy dogs.

Where’s access to my personal smilies when I need them? The morphed image of Bush-Obama.

This one will do for now. I suppose.

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What about the future? As carbon dioxide emissions increase, the temperature should continue to rise. I expect the rate of warming to proceed at a steady pace, about one and a half degrees over land in the next 50 years, less if the oceans are included. But if China continues its rapid economic growth (it has averaged 10 percent per year over the last 20 years) and its vast use of coal (it typically adds one new gigawatt per month), then that same warming could take place in less than 20 years.
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The Arctic Ice break should come in handy. As projected (2003). I suspect you know that report.
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After years of denying global warming, physicist Richard Muller now says "global warming is real and humans are almost entirely the cause." The admission by Muller, a professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley and founder of the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature project, has gained additional attention because some of his research has been funded by Charles Koch of the Koch Brothers, the right-wing billionaire known for funding climate skeptic groups like the Heartland Institute. "We can make the scientific case more solidly than had been made in the past," Muller claims. "I think this does say we do need to take action, we do need to do something about it."
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Congrats on getting the plug in on there. Really shocked you weren’t asked more about which “natural gas” would be “the solution". The “clean-burning natural gas"?
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"A look at the Ignik Sikumi, Fire in the Ice, methane hydrates research field trial."
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Are We Playing with Fire?
Posted by: la-t-da on: June 9, 2011

In: BP Oil Disaster | Energy | Environment | Methane Hydrates | Uncategorized Comment!

...

We have to figure out how to force the public debate on drilling for methane hydrates. If not the debate will be framed for us. Energy from Methane Hydrates: Better to Burn Out than Fade Away.

"Maybe Neil Young’s lyric “It’s better to burn out than fade away” captures the odd paradox of methane hydrates best. Better to burn some of their methane in the short run, and suffer a CO2-driven aggravation of greenhouse problems en route to a more sustainable energy solution, than to continue with the energy status quo and wait for melting hydrates to worsen the climate problem for us."

Though the piece does offer some good research, I really don’t think Obama’s teleprompter could have framed the wave of framing that is going to come our way when it comes to us getting closer to Methane Hydrate production.

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"A look at the Ignik Sikumi, Fire in the Ice, methane hydrates research field trial."
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What does the sky see when it peers into the primordial soup?
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If you can’t control her, harness her, or even work with her, top kill her. Or better yet, wipe her up and replace the scarlet letter of dirty whore with ‘clean-burning’, that should do the trick. Spin it.

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CALL me a converted skeptic. Three years ago I identified problems in previous climate studies that, in my mind, threw doubt on the very existence of global warming. Last year, following an intensive research effort involving a dozen scientists, I concluded that global warming was real and that the prior estimates of the rate of warming were correct. I’m now going a step further: Humans are almost entirely the cause.
 Quoting: RICHARD A. MULLER


[link to www.nytimes.com]

Brilliantly played.

The so-called environmentalist left should lap this up like puppy dogs.

Where’s access to my personal smilies when I need them? The morphed image of Bush-Obama.

This one will do for now. I suppose.

dick
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Clusterfuck
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Rise, Pistis Sophia, Rise.
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I see a graveyard's past
The revolution's taken back
Whatever happened to the sons
No more sunshine here
Only darkness here
There's no-one living in this town

Cause the dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
In the town

Mother mary comes to me
In this graveyard of hypocricy
But father renta says i'll have to pay
In the dead are buried lies
A sinful phantom cries
Can't we just rest up on the hill

But the moonlight calls us
The moon, it calls us
Up and out into the town
Yes, the dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
In the town

Heaven does it come to me
In the dreaming that my soul's been freed
And the torment of my madness gone away
And though god says he loves
And i, i think of love
I cannot change the way i am

And so the moon, it calls me
The lunatic calls me
Up and out into the town
Yes, the dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
In the town
 Quoting: Toni Childs ~ " The Dead Are Dancing "


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The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, also known as the BP Oil Disaster or Macondo Blowout, is the largest subsea oil, methane hydrate, and gas release caused by the activities of the petroleum industry. After numerous attempts to regain control of the blowout, the well was capped on July 15, 2010 after flowing unbridled for almost four months. One such attempt to contain the oil and gas was known as “Top Kill”.

In mid May 2010, almost a month after the Deepwater Horizon explosion, Senator Ed Markey pressured BP to provide live video coverage of the underwater flow of oil and gas. BP answered the demand with Markey responding, “Now anyone will be able to see the realtime effects the BP spill is having on our ocean.” Internet sites were rife with people sharing computer screenshots and video captured from the live feeds as seen through the lens of ROV cameras operated from 5000 feet above.

Top Kill: Reflections of the Deepwater Horizon depicts not only images of oil and gas raging from corroded and twisted metal pipes: It reflects a moment when a community shared a voyeuristic fixation, shock and grief, and seemingly spontaneous reaction of, “What have we done?” – a sentiment read on numerous social networking sites. Coupled with passages from the Gnostic Gospel, Pistis Sophia, the imagery imparts a deeper reflection on what takes place below the surface.

“The Story of Pistis Sophia” is Jesus’ account of his encounter with Pistis Sophia, the female divinity of gnosticism, during his descent and assent into transfiguration between the time of his earthly death and resurrection. Jesus tells his disciples, inclusive of Mary Magdalene, Martha, and his Mother Mary, the journey, oppression, and defilement Pistis Sophia endured to reclaim her higher region.

Computer screenshots were taken from May 27 to June 4, 2010 from various live-feed internet links. U.S. Representative Ed Markey (D-MA) was chair of the House Energy and Environmental Subcommittee during the 111th Congress. The gospel Pistis Sophia can be accessed from The Gnostic Society Library website.
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Gnostic Poem of Sophia



Do not be ignorant of me/
For I am the first and the last/
I am the honored one and the scorned one/

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Marianne Faithfull - "Working Class Hero"



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"Bait Mate"
There are several sets in support of the
(global revolution/evolution)
set that point to a
(woman(red dress, red hair, red aspect) who is
(sitting on a concrete structure)
and is (acting as bait) in a (very dangerous ploy).

Among the many interesting parts of the details of this situation are those pointing to a (mathematician) being (involved) in the (creation of the trap)
as well as a (depth of commitment) by the (local populace)
to the (trap as strategy) approach
to their (current suppression) of problems.
This area has a high (visiblity) sub set
so the interpretation is that a discussion
about it will circulate around the net

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Huey P Long on the difference between Democrats and Republicans



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Louisiana history lesson one.
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Standard Oil history lesson two.
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Metabolic rift is a term developed by John Bellamy Foster and other theorists to refer to Karl Marx’s understanding of ecological disruption under capitalism. While Marx never employed the term itself in his writings, he did write of an "irreparable rift in the interdependent process of social metabolism" created by the rise of capitalism, and developed a systematic critique of capitalist "exploitation" of the soil (in the sense of robbery, i.e., failing to maintain the means of reproduction). This rift, between human social systems and non-human natural systems, in particular the socio-ecological contradiction of the town-country division of labor, was seen as the origin of modern ecological degradation.

The concept of a metabolic rift, according to Foster, is the development of Marx’s earlier work in the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts on species-being and the relationship between humans and nature. Metabolism is Marx’s "mature analysis of the alienation of nature," and presents "a more solid—and scientific—way in which to depict the complex, dynamic interchange between human beings and nature, resulting from human labor.”

As opposed to those who have attributed to Marx a disregard for nature and responsibility for the environmental problems of the Soviet Union and other purportedly communist states, Foster sees in the theory of metabolic rift evidence of Marx’s ecological perspective. The theory of metabolic rift enabled Marx to develop a critique of environmental degradation that anticipated much of present-day ecological thought," including questions of sustainability.
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That should sum and summation it up for the day.

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Okay. One more.

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it means "dreams coming to life, becoming true". Flesh is something tangible, something you can touch and feel and a dream is something immaterial. So something that you normally only imagine, becomes something you can touch, like flesh/skin.


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Ping ~ Echoes



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