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Offline TCups

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And now for something really scary . . .
« on: June 16, 2010, 07:27:34 AM »
The deep well hitting an abiotic oil deposit resulting in well head pressures of 20,000 to 100,000 psi?  Blowing out any conceivable blow-out protector technology known to our best technology as well as destroying the underground pipe beyond any hope of repair?  Fracturing sub-oceanic strata with new fissures opening up many miles from the drill site?  Toxic gasses and volatile organic compounds (Hydrogen sulfide, benzene, methylene chloride) hundreds to thousands of times the EPA's maximum safe limits wafting toward the gulf coast?  Holy crap!!!  

Watch this at your own risk.  If it is even true in small part, the gulf is in more serious trouble than anyone can imagine.

http://www.infowars.com/lindsey-williams-talks-with-alex-jones-about-deadly-gases-leaking-from-bp-spill/

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Re: And now for something really scary . . .
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2010, 07:57:12 AM »
If this is true and not just BS, then Gulf of Mexico and our southern shores will be one big disaster.
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« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2010, 10:30:10 AM »
Who knows....maybe this is what`s going to lead us into 2012....the year the Mayans or was it the Aztecs who terminated their calendar.   Which some of us think is the end of the world.  heh heh
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Re: And now for something really scary . . .
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2010, 10:58:17 AM »
That is very disturbing if true?Could our coast's & inland really be in such danger an we are being keep in the dark about it !!! I have alot of my people down there an if it is THEN GOD HELP those who have keep it hush hush!!!$hit Gene your not that far away even.
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Re: And now for something really scary . . .
« Reply #4 on: June 16, 2010, 06:45:06 PM »
If all this information is accurate, then were all up the creek on this one. The perfect storm for this administration has hit. May God have mercy on us all.
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RE: And now for something really scary . . .
« Reply #5 on: June 17, 2010, 12:36:27 PM »


No way it's true, this "Pastor" is a fear monger preying on ignorance for his own motives!



You can watch the ROVs working under the gulf, live online, here,



http://www.bp.com/genericarticle.do?categoryId=9033572&contentId=7062605



I watched them place the latest containment on the well and there was no effing way they could have done it if the oil was coming out at anything near those pressures.



(edit, add this info) The pressure at 5000 feet deep is 2200 PSI, so anything over that would force the oil up.



"The chart indicated that shortly before 10 p.m., pressure in the standpipe increased sevenfold to 3,500 pounds per square inch."



"A source at BP has confirmed that the pipe in this  video showing the main leak is 20" (almost 2 feet) in diameter."



This would explain the large volumes of oil, it's a big pipe with a 1300 PSI differential behind it.



"There is some speculation that oil is abiotic in origin -- generally                  asserting that oil is formed from magma instead of an organic                  origin. These ideas are really groundless. All unrefined oil carries                  microscopic evidence of the organisms from which it was formed.                  These organisms can be traced through the fossil record to specific                  time periods when quantities of oil were formed. "


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Re: And now for something really scary . . .
« Reply #6 on: June 17, 2010, 02:28:00 PM »
How much pressure does it take to achieve a flow rate of thousands of barrels of oil a day against the bottom pressure of the ocean at a depth of 1 mile below the surface, and how can you tell just by looking?
Is it true that toxic gasses including hydrogen sulfide and volatile hydrocarbons including benzene and methylene chloride are known contaminants in addition to the light, sweet crude?
Is there any truth to the reports of rising plumes of oil coming from fissures up to 5 miles away from the blow-out site?
Is it possible that drilling a "super well" to a depth of around 20,000 below the ocean floor could drill into a geologic formation with those kinds of pressure?  
I read that Iztoc 1 (? spelling) was drilled in about 750 ft of water to a depth of about 10,000 ft. and that blow out took about 8 months to bring under control.
I can find very little hard info on "super wells" on the net, except for references that the Russians have drilled a bunch of them (and on multiple occasions, used nucs to seal them off), and that Hugo Chavez is drilling a "super well" in Venezuela.  And I understand what you are saying about fossil fuel, but on the other hand, I can't readily understand how "organic" oil deposits are formed or trapped at depths in the earth's mantle at depths of several miles.  In short, I am no expert on this.  My educational background is in chemistry, mathematics, and medicine -- not geology and geo-physics.  I perceive that "the preacher" is grandstanding at least to some degree, and that he has a book he would like to sell, but neither of those facts is enough for me to dismiss the suggested possibility that BP drilled into something very unexpected and at higher pressures due to undgerground geologic forces than they were equipped to handle.  And as far as I can tell, no one is putting any of those sorts of hard data out there for public consumption, if indeed they even have the hard data available.