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

 
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A user by the name of FREEDOMROX posted an interesting link on the enenews story.. could someone please post it?? Thanks in advance.
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Couldn't find that user. Are you sure that is how the name is spelled?
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It could be drilling OR production, BOTH have wellheads, definitely NOT deep water....too close to shore.
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How do you know the location of the well? The coordinates given ended up somewhere in China. Do you have another source for the coordinates?
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Click the link to enenews I started the thread with, or the link to the .gov site.. Both show an incident map.. The one on enenews is just an image but the incidentnews.gov has the actual interactive map.. It looks to be just off the last areas of land and is definitely NOT deepwater.
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The map shown on the link has about 100 bubbles on it, each matching an incident. How do you know which one it is?
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Make sure the incident year is set to 2012 in the dropdown, than hover over the very southrnmost spots until you find the one titled "wellhead release"..
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How do you know the location of the well? The coordinates given ended up somewhere in China. Do you have another source for the coordinates?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26167151


Click the link to enenews I started the thread with, or the link to the .gov site.. Both show an incident map.. The one on enenews is just an image but the incidentnews.gov has the actual interactive map.. It looks to be just off the last areas of land and is definitely NOT deepwater.
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The map shown on the link has about 100 bubbles on it, each matching an incident. How do you know which one it is?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26167151


Make sure the incident year is set to 2012 in the dropdown, than hover over the very southrnmost spots until you find the one titled "wellhead release"..
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I found it. Thanks.
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A user by the name of FREEDOMROX posted an interesting link on the enenews story.. could someone please post it?? Thanks in advance.
 Quoting: Slick Vick


Couldn't find that user. Are you sure that is how the name is spelled?
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Yes, or something very similar, toward the bottom of the comment area..
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I could be some of this stuff!



Millions of pounds – no one, including the military, knows how many – were sent to the ocean floor as numerous bases tried to lessen the amount of ordnance at their respective locations.

"The best guess is that at least 31 million pounds of bombs were dumped, but that could be a very conservative estimate," Bryant notes.

"And these were all kinds of bombs, from land mines to the standard military bombs, also several types of chemical weapons. Our military also dumped bombs offshore that they got from Nazi Germany right after World War II. No one seems to know where all of them are and what condition they are in today."

Photos show that some of the chemical weapons canisters, such as those that carried mustard gas, appear to be leaking materials and are damaged.

"Is there an environmental risk? We don't know, and that in itself is reason to worry," explains Bryant. "We just don't know much at all about these bombs, and it's been 40 to 60 years that they've been down there."

Thread: Military dumped un-expolded bombs and chemical weapons in the GOM
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You can see the spill here, the popup bubble is calling it an oil spill.

[link to www.incidentnews.gov]

Change map to 2012 and look near the end of the Mississippi

SCREENCAP: [link to imageshack.us]
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I cant post the link from mobile for some reason.. FREEDOMROX was the username on enenews..
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eerie and startling adventures await us.
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AWAIT us? you ain't livin' my life, LOL!!!!
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Not good, not good people.. Hopefully not sinkhole related but that's my guess..

Read it Here:
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Slick Vick


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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26167151


so if you watched/listened to the video you get that what is happening with the booms is the methane pushing into empty caverns and blowing underground....also accounts for seismic activity. he said that the sound of the booms depends on the size and nature of the cavern.

WHY the methane, oil etc are being pushed into these empty cavern spaces is because of the 'offal' produced by the corexit/synthia shit. literally. that it produces much more waste than its form, this is pushing everything else, which seeks release.

ok so what i see being an increasing problem based off of that is, once those previously stable empty caverns beneath people's feet begin to fill and reach capacity, a good storm or two, and sinkholes are going to start spreading a LOT more. whether the big badda boom everybody is squeaking for happens or not is anyones' guess, but if it does, it probably won't be as kapow as all you tard dooms are sickly wishing for.

also i am thinking this will happen in NY. ONE EQ in NYC right now would be DOOM...i watched 'dirty jobs,' i saw the new york underground episode...crumbling brick from the 1920's or some shit. sorry, mother nature ain't spielberg.

BELIEVE there has been an impact from the flooding, all over northeast. sinkhole doom should be skyrocketing any day now....rain rain...

anyway that was my reader's digest version of that great 9.3 minute video.
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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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THIS. that the deep sea was killed by methane and everything died after the deep sea died.
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Icant stand that my mom knew this but, doesnt the bible say the curtain would be split in half parting the waters??????? Us navy submerged map???? It kinda freaked even me out...bump
"CONSIDER the SOURCE"- search the origins!!!!
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The incident location is interesting. I was expecting something further out
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1057865


He sure got Sandy right.
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pfffff.

as if it was hard to say...a lot of people 'got it right.' shit even MSM got it right. all he did was color a map. many of us got a LOT more info and figured out WAY more.

his rating system reads like some kind of tarot spread or something.

chuckle
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I cant post the link from mobile for some reason.. FREEDOMROX was the username on enenews..
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This is the same story I think you are talking about?...I couldnt post the link from ene news either but this is it by same poster...

Massive Explosive Potential in Louisiana and Gulf of Mexico. Doomsday?

[link to ufohunterorguk.com]

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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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26167151


It is a reported problem on one of 5000 production

Wells. No volume amount reported!

Could be 1 gallon a hour

Grow up folks and get some facts
Chill - Enjoy - Relax
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Anyone figure out which well blew out, or its MC number?

Been trying to figure it out from oil field maps and having a pretty hard time narrowing it down.
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Anyone figure out which well blew out, or its MC number?

Been trying to figure it out from oil field maps and having a pretty hard time narrowing it down.
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What blow out?
Chill - Enjoy - Relax
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OP's link simply makes stories up from
whole cloth.
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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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that is NOT a legit gov website.
FRAUD
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yes it is dumbass.
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I got. 3 New Orleans channels

Nothing

All wells are monitored

Reports are required

Leaks happen all the time
Chill - Enjoy - Relax
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Blowout in Gulf of Mexico: Wellhead releasing
‘unknown product’ into water off LA coast

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 Quoting: Slick Vick
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Who granted the Drilling Permit?

Who is responsible for Inspections?

Who is legally-responsible for stopping the
environmental damage
per the Clean Water Act?


Yep ... once again, guilty as charged.

odance

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maybe this is what all those death certificates being ordered are for
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Didn't hear about that but post a link if you've got it..
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Thread: 200,000 Death Certs. Ordered in Louisiana...Hmmm
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Interesting.. Although things like that'd be ordered in bulk, 200k seems like quite an excess amount. Also, it's not clear what the actual date of the request is as it seems to span a period of 2 years?? Nevertheless, nice connection.

Those certificates would supplement a percentage of those waterproof bodybags (government inquiry) nicely.
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first thing i thought when i saw this..No telling what's going to be bowlin up...

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Anyone figure out which well blew out, or its MC number?

Been trying to figure it out from oil field maps and having a pretty hard time narrowing it down.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27079846


What blow out?
 Quoting: Ice


Incident Details
Spill, potential spill, or other: Oil Spill
Cause of incident: Well Blowout
[link to www.incidentnews.gov]


THAT blow out. How did you miss it?
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I got. 3 New Orleans channels

Nothing

All wells are monitored

Reports are required

Leaks happen all the time
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wait, didn't you 'come out' of the shill closet last month?

seriously, pretty sure that was you.

you get your job back?
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I got. 3 New Orleans channels

Nothing

All wells are monitored

Reports are required

Leaks happen all the time
 Quoting: Ice


wait, didn't you 'come out' of the shill closet last month?

seriously, pretty sure that was you.

you get your job back?
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You got your pubs yet?
Chill - Enjoy - Relax
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I got. 3 New Orleans channels

Nothing

All wells are monitored

Reports are required

Leaks happen all the time
 Quoting: Ice


wait, didn't you 'come out' of the shill closet last month?

seriously, pretty sure that was you.

you get your job back?
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You got your pubs yet?
 Quoting: Ice


I believe the word your looking for is "pubes", unless you're suggesting he acquire some taverns.

Between that and "what blow out?" you've totally destroyed your credibility.
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will a student or someone in the know address this comment made from peanut gallery on Enews?

It looks like methane hydrate may not be able to behave as you describe so easily....


"PavewayIII
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"…So..if Deepwater Horizon is unrepaired..there is an ongoing release of methane hydrates..though frozen and in the water columnm?…"

Methane hydrate ice is denser than seawater at 6000'. You can stir chunks of it up, but it will eventually settle back to the bottom. You can melt it if there's something hot (like oil) next to it, but there's also billions of gallons of freezing cold water around it. You can't really heat up a large area without something like a shift in deep Gulf currents.

Methane hydrate also needed fresh water to form initially. If something melts it at the bottom of the Gulf, then it will not reform even though it is still below freezing and compressed to thousands of PSI of pressure. Some stays dissolved in the water column, and some forms bubbles. It depends on the conditions when it formed.

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This has nothing to do with the salt dome or natural gas (methane) accumulating there (my opinion). The sediment is too warm for water to freeze, and the natural gas is not under enough pressure. The natural gas around Napoleonville is just regular old formation natural gas that was always trapped in the deep formations (Big Hum sands or whatever) with the crude."



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Ah shit.

This most likely means all that methane is reaching critical pressure. It's gonna start blowing out wells, one by one...
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You may be on to something there my friend!
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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hi posted this on ELQ thread

Re: LIVE "ELF/ULF" MONITORING OF EARTHQUAKE PRECURSOR SIGNALS ON GLP. QUAKE FORECAST UP TO 5HRS IN ADVANCE...(((Updated Daily))) By ELQ.
[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

UH OH. Not a good sign.

The above thread is no longer in the database.
I found a better source for the information.

Dated today, too.

[link to enenews.com]

Blowout in Gulf of Mexico: Wellhead releasing ‘unknown product’ into water off Louisiana coast (MAP)
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Betcha this is what it is as the key word was 'unlikely' fueled by the current ocean weather events and water temps rising it's a toxic death bloom that wasn't supposed to ever surface.
ELE? of the day-Why did the EPA allow BP to disperse Corexit in such vast amounts without ever examining it's effects on marine life?
The containment and absorbent boom that BP is deploying around beaches and marshes—largely ineffectively—is designed to do just that: contain and absorb oil. But the Corexit dispersant BP has flooded onto the leaking wellhead 5,000 feet down, and sprayed from the air onto the surface—some 2 million gallons in total—is designed to break up the oil. "Which one is it?" asks Safina. "Do you want to contain it or disperse it? It makes absolutely no sense to be doing both. Let's face it, with pollution, you count your lucky stars if you have what's called point-source pollution, that is, a single identifiable localized source of pollution, like the Deepwater Horizon. So what's BP doing with that? They're turning it into the worst pollution nightmare of them all: non-point-source pollution."

That's because untreated oil quickly rises to the surface, where it can be skimmed with relative ease. But it becomes a submerged plume, unlikely to ever float to the surface, and destined to migrate through underwater currents to the entire Gulf basin and eventually the North Atlantic. "Oil is toxic to most life," says Steiner. "And Corexit is toxic to most life. But the most toxic of all is oil that's been treated with Corexit. Plus, dispersants may well kill the ocean's first line of defense against oil: the natural microbes that break oil down for other microbes to eat." The EPA has never seriously examined Corexit's effects on marine life (see "Bad Breakup"). Now it'll get the biggest and baddest field experiment of all time, as the flora and fauna of the shallows and the deep scattering layer collide with the dispersed plumes. [link to www.motherjones.com]
 Quoting: AKObserver


This problem is getting bigger and bigger and we will see the results real soon.
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“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

Quote from Joseph Goebbels Hitlers propaganda man.
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Lol

Amazing glp thread about nothing

No single fact except what you want

You know nothing about the G O M


Nothing
Chill - Enjoy - Relax
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I got. 3 New Orleans channels

Nothing

All wells are monitored

Reports are required

Leaks happen all the time
 Quoting: Ice


You sure got the govt. mandate down.

Not one person I work with out of 34 has even heard of the sinkhole. Do you really believe a problem such as this would get immediate attention during its inception,no it would be days
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan

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