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BREAKING >>> Blowout in Gulf of Mexico: Wellhead releasing ‘unknown product’ into water off LA coast

 
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Not good, not good people.. Hopefully not sinkhole related but that's my guess..

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The entire Gulf Coast area of La is beyond fucked. I'm not sure what happened but it isn't good. Maybe the planet is about to fall apart. Who knows?
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Also the drill pipes are rated at different psi. Thus miles of pipe might not be rated high enough if new pressures start to build on old oil/gas wells.

The drill pipe is sheared off after drilling and concrete/mud is pumped around the outer casing of the pipe. If the pipe is to low of rating it can bust open under new pressure causing leaks in the ground around the wellhead.

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I would like to try and clear up any confusion right now about cause and effect.

There is a field under the gulf. Thats why everybody is there drilling. This field historically has an above average pressure in it under it historically. Drilling at those depts under sea beds also increses the pressure.

That being said they know they should not drill there because of the risks of the pressure causing blowouts but they do anyways because the world needs oil and gas.

Even in this technological era they do not have the proper gear to properly control this pressure and play safe.

BP after the oil spill had to admit to altering their blow out preventer to control this pressure. Proof of the pudding.

That all being said. The pressure under the sea floor is growing. There will be more of this type of thing as we go along here.

LINK TO SINKHOLE: That sinkhole is on top of this field. With the growing pressure its starting to collaspe the caverns. You must under stand that as the pressure builds whats under there is trying to find a way out. It going to take the path of least resistance. Fault lines. Pre drilled holes. Caverns and alike.

The area under the sinkhole has now been shown to be pushing up. Bulgeing up. The caverns are collaspeing. The whole area is collasping. The whole area for hundreds of miles is unstable. Soon a critical mass will be reached. When that happens........?

There has already been alot of seismic activity in the area and surrounding areas. Will it get the New Madrid going....?
Only time will tell. They don't even know what will happen.

They must be starting to panic and after this new blowout I would too. The USGS has been reported to be in the area. Crews in fact have been spotted here and there. There was two small earthquakes today off the Jersey Coast. Hello!!!

Sandy proved somthing for us all. There is no reserves left in the area. They have been used up and moved out of the area. A country does not do that. Those reserves are there for a rainy day and emergency's like oil embargo's and alike. So what would prompt the government to use and move them....! Starting to connect the dots....!

My dad was an oil and gas enginneer for over 40 years. Thats what he says is going on. Take care and get the fuck out of there.hf
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The russians are back with their sub again to get another look at the sea floor to see for themselves whats going on in the area. At one point they were looking to buy out bp interests in the whole. I guess they decided not to because whom ever does inherits the mess and who wants to get the blame for what Mother Earth is getting set to do.

The melting methane and sea bed level is just another extra added goodie in this whole mess.
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Thanks for the insight, would like to hear more...
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During a testing once years ago , we had a manifold blow out pretty easy rated at 5000 psi steal. It blew out like a bomb right before 15000 psi.The test was meant for 10000 psi steal, somebody marked the steal wrong. we was trying to hit 20000 psi.

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We could have an awful disaster if the stuff contains methane. Some scientist believe that underwater methane caused the great disaster 250 million years ago that caused the extinction of 95% of the world's life.

Maybe it won't seem so important, not in the long run, who wins, Romney or Obama. Maybe the Mayans had the real story right about 2012.
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Is this the October surprise that waited until November to raise its ugly head? Sure seems that way.
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
 Quoting: Slick Vick


Fucking east coast, west coast, and the gulf, all in red.. It looks like they're trying to split this motherfucker in half!
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
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Interesting that it is now orange over La. That is new.
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
 Quoting: Slick Vick


Not to mention that if what happened on the east coast happened in the gulf and west coast as well, ALL major ports would be fucked and we'd experience MASSIVE issues like never ever before.
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I would like to try and clear up any confusion right now about cause and effect.

There is a field under the gulf. Thats why everybody is there drilling. This field historically has an above average pressure in it under it historically. Drilling at those depts under sea beds also increses the pressure.

That being said they know they should not drill there because of the risks of the pressure causing blowouts but they do anyways because the world needs oil and gas.

Even in this technological era they do not have the proper gear to properly control this pressure and play safe.

BP after the oil spill had to admit to altering their blow out preventer to control this pressure. Proof of the pudding.

That all being said. The pressure under the sea floor is growing. There will be more of this type of thing as we go along here.

LINK TO SINKHOLE: That sinkhole is on top of this field. With the growing pressure its starting to collaspe the caverns. You must under stand that as the pressure builds whats under there is trying to find a way out. It going to take the path of least resistance. Fault lines. Pre drilled holes. Caverns and alike.

The area under the sinkhole has now been shown to be pushing up. Bulgeing up. The caverns are collaspeing. The whole area is collasping. The whole area for hundreds of miles is unstable. Soon a critical mass will be reached. When that happens........?

There has already been alot of seismic activity in the area and surrounding areas. Will it get the New Madrid going....?
Only time will tell. They don't even know what will happen.

They must be starting to panic and after this new blowout I would too. The USGS has been reported to be in the area. Crews in fact have been spotted here and there. There was two small earthquakes today off the Jersey Coast. Hello!!!

Sandy proved somthing for us all. There is no reserves left in the area. They have been used up and moved out of the area. A country does not do that. Those reserves are there for a rainy day and emergency's like oil embargo's and alike. So what would prompt the government to use and move them....! Starting to connect the dots....!

My dad was an oil and gas enginneer for over 40 years. Thats what he says is going on. Take care and get the fuck out of there.hf
 Quoting: TrinityMountain


Interesting post. What is your source indicating the reserves have been moved out and where exactly have they been moved from?
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Where they moved them too who knows...? When everybody starting yelling for gas after the store they said " Get it from the Reserves" Close by you would assume that to be a correct statement right. Wrong. No Reserves are there to get. It was on the CBC News. Last Night. "Rumor" has it they have been moving it out of the Caverns since the Sinkhole shit began. The oil patch is one big sewing circle if you know what I mean.
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
 Quoting: Slick Vick


Interesting that it is now orange over La. That is new.
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"Anything over M7 is rare and special attention must be directed when readings go seven and higher."

Sure looks over 7 to me, in all 3 coastal areas of our country too..
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The good thing about the steal is it should hold double its rating pressure.

5k psi can hold up to 10 k
10k psi rating should hold 20k psi

That's why the 5k psi rated steal blew at 14k psi.

The old rubbers and o-rings will blow a lot faster thus saving the steal.

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The good thing about the steal is it should hold double its rating pressure.

5k psi can hold up to 10 k
10k psi rating should hold 20k psi

That's why the 5k psi rated steal blew at 14k psi.

The old rubbers and o-rings will blow a lot faster thus saving the steal.
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It'd be nice if we could get an update or additional information on this 'unknown product', as well as how much it's leaking and where.
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Hey All...

early2it at it again, ths guy's been on top of this subject since the original BP disaster, take a listen to his explanation...


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If this guy is right, it's too monstrous to contemplate.
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Re: BREAKING >>> Blowout in Gulf of Mexico: Wellhead releasing ‘unknown product’ into water off LA coast
Damn wish I could remember where I read it, but somewhere in the last couple of days I was reading about the nor easter prediction -someone had commented along the lines of that being nothing, compared to something that was going to be going down in the Gulf of Mexico within the next couple of days...think I read it yesterday or the day before..
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Thread: "SUDDEN DEATH" - rULE 113: The "SURPRISE!" Part of the "October Surprise" is that it Will be in EARLY NOVEMBER!!

This one perhaps
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Let's say for the sake of argument that the Gulf is leaking oil and has been for the last two and a half years. Assuming that the ocean floor was fractured, the only thing keeping it from collapsing is the pressure from oil and gas. As that oil and gas escape and leak out, the ocean floor will begin to sink. That may be the reason for the sinkhole in Louisiana. That would also explain sinkholes all over the country.
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Damn wish I could remember where I read it, but somewhere in the last couple of days I was reading about the nor easter prediction -someone had commented along the lines of that being nothing, compared to something that was going to be going down in the Gulf of Mexico within the next couple of days...think I read it yesterday or the day before..
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Thread: "SUDDEN DEATH" - rULE 113: The "SURPRISE!" Part of the "October Surprise" is that it Will be in EARLY NOVEMBER!!

This one perhaps
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Someone just cock-punched Oblalba.
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
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I suspect it's bunk. I noticed that one page of the website mentions earthquake risk. How could anyone who specializes in atmospheric phenomena make predictions of earthquakes? The fact that apparently they are trying to labels them as bunk.
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Let's say for the sake of argument that the Gulf is leaking oil and has been for the last two and a half years. Assuming that the ocean floor was fractured, the only thing keeping it from collapsing is the pressure from oil and gas. As that oil and gas escape and leak out, the ocean floor will begin to sink. That may be the reason for the sinkhole in Louisiana. That would also explain sinkholes all over the country.
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That's a hell of a scary theory there..
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Let's say for the sake of argument that the Gulf is leaking oil and has been for the last two and a half years. Assuming that the ocean floor was fractured, the only thing keeping it from collapsing is the pressure from oil and gas. As that oil and gas escape and leak out, the ocean floor will begin to sink. That may be the reason for the sinkhole in Louisiana. That would also explain sinkholes all over the country.
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The sinkhole is very mysterious because for it to collapse in the first place, it'd have to lose pressure. However, they're claiming that the floor of the salt cavern has risen over 200 feet.

The rising floor may have created pressure that blew a leak in, let's say, a sidewall of the cavern, allowing less pressure which caused the ground above to fail..

It's all kind of mysterious but I doubt that anyone can say it's not somehow connected to BP, the gulf in general, and the bubbling bayou..
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Let's say for the sake of argument that the Gulf is leaking oil and has been for the last two and a half years. Assuming that the ocean floor was fractured, the only thing keeping it from collapsing is the pressure from oil and gas. As that oil and gas escape and leak out, the ocean floor will begin to sink. That may be the reason for the sinkhole in Louisiana. That would also explain sinkholes all over the country.
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The sinkhole is very mysterious because for it to collapse in the first place, it'd have to lose pressure. However, they're claiming that the floor of the salt cavern has risen over 200 feet.

The rising floor may have created pressure that blew a leak in, let's say, a sidewall of the cavern, allowing less pressure which caused the ground above to fail..

It's all kind of mysterious but I doubt that anyone can say it's not somehow connected to BP, the gulf in general, and the bubbling bayou..
 Quoting: Slick Vick


I'm no geologist but the only thing that I know of that can cause a rise in the floor is a volcano. New Madrid is said to be over a dormant volcano. However, that would not cause the area above to sink. I think they are pulling our chain with the story about the rising floor. I'm pretty sure that the sinkhole is a consequence of the loss of pressure underground due to a fractured ocean floor and leaking hydrocarbons.
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The big question is whether this story will hit the airwaves in the coming hours before the election.
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Were it actually true, it would be here
[link to blog.skytruth.org]
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OP's link simply makes stories up from
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No real word on how big this is yet.. Could be a small well or it could be massive..

Trying to find info on size, height, quantity.. I don't think it's oil because oil would be an obvious substance...
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Of course, oil was my first thought. But, could it be methane? Is methane detectable?
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Here's HARRP Status for today, although I don't trust the site too much because I'm unsure of the data and have heard many claim it's bunk..

[link to www.haarpstatus.com]
 Quoting: Slick Vick
I suspect it's bunk. I noticed that one page of the website mentions earthquake risk. How could anyone who specializes in atmospheric phenomena make predictions of earthquakes? The fact that apparently they are trying to labels them as bunk.
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He sure got Sandy right.
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OP's link simply makes stories up from
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You are truly retarded. The story has a link back to the original source which is a .gov. Think they're making this shit up?

Naysayer and shills, click the link below for a government site which was the origin of this story.
[link to www.incidentnews.gov]
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[link to www.incidentnews.gov]
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Intestingly enough, the source of the "unknown product" is listed as a well blowout. Not a leak but an actual blowout. Does this mean anything? Did the well blowout in similar fashion to that of the Macando well? Coordinates are provided. Does anyone know if the Macando well is anywhere near this new blowout?

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