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Message Subject I believe the BP oil spill, Salt dome, and New Madrid Fault are in fact connected..remember this?? see link *Updated as info comes out*
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Before the BP oil spill, it was estimated that around one million barrels worth of oil leaked naturally out of the sea floor in the gulf of mexico. Oil also seeps out of the sea floor off of the California coast near Santa Barbara. Oil seeps are in fact, numerous all over the world.

Oil is the fuel of choice, especially with 21st century technology, because it is cheap, easy to produce and store, and despite what you may believe is better for the envirenment then other choices. Take wind farms for example. Every year, literally millions of birds are killed by the blades of the wind driven generators. FAR more are killed in a single month then were killed in the BP spill, and the Exxon Valdez spill combined.

Without oil, we would not produce enough food to feed everyone. There would be no plastics to manufacture nearly all consumer goods availabe today.
Oil Companies employ HUGE numbers of workers, paying them quite well.

Yet, to many people, oil is seen as the bad guy.

And I find that shit funny as hell...
 Quoting: Whiskey Brother 11702187


I'm not concerned about the oil.....Its what this well is doing Under the land....That is the important thing...I agree, oil is important, but as this is noted, it is an asphalt volcanoe that was tapped. The pressures now are variated. This well also affected Venezuela and Brazil's oil supply with the pressure changes. this is what im paying attention too. Under the ground is important to watch. Geophysical features are fascinating. Unless people get hurt from a science experiment.
 
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