Thursday, May 20, 2010

Is it Stupidity or Just Plain Greed Destroying the Gulf and Mother Earth?

The tragedy ongoing in the Gulf is either the result of seriously incompetent shitheads again fugging things up, or part of some Master Plan to further devastate the Earth, you decide.


The Arrival is a 1996 science fiction film directed by David Twohy and starring Charlie Sheen, and co-starring Lindsay Crouse, Richard Schiff, Ron Silver, and Teri Polo. Sheen stars as radio astronomer Zane Zaminski who discovers evidence of intelligent alien life and quickly gets thrown into the middle of a conspiracy that turns his life upside down.
Numerous enviro-friendly ways to disperse that massive oil slick in the Gulf have been cast aside, like this one:
If the Cartel had wanted to save marine life, any oil they had not vacuumed up could have been mulched with any number of non-toxic materials, such as "Oil Sponge," a name trademarked by Phase III, Inc.

Rated as the "best performing" absorbent by the US Army Corp of Engineers, Oil Sponge is 100% organic, and is made from renewable resources. Oil Sponge is built using a microbial and nutrient package, capable of transforming oil hydrocarbons into a safe bi-product of carbon dioxide and water. But, the governmental bureaucrats of the Obama administration, and the Cartel's oil executives, had no interest in using an environmentally friendly product to clean up what is the greatest man-made environmental disaster of all time they seemed intent on making this unbelievable cataclysm far, far worse, and one that could never be cleaned up.
Will these shitheads not be satisfied until the Earth looks like a carbon copy of Mars?

BP's CEO, Delving Deep into His Mind to Come up with a Solution

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4 comments:

  1. Will these shitheads not be satisfied until the Earth looks like a carbon copy of Mars?

    So true!
    Probably the 666%ers don't get their supply of ever so tasty looking gefilte fishes from the Gulf? So they consider it as a wasteland.

    Human hair booms may help Gulf Coast oil spill

    Let's see how many rabbis & hasidic going to sacrifice their jungle of racial supremacy!

    Inventors Say BP Ignoring Their Oil Spill Ideas

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) ―

    A suggestion box or publicity stunt? BP has received thousands of ideas from the public on how to stop a blown oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, but some inventors are complaining that their efforts are getting ignored.

    Oil-eating bacteria, bombs and a device that resembles a giant shower curtain are among the 10,000 fixes people have proposed to counter the growing environmental threat. BP is taking a closer look at 700 of the ideas, but the oil company has yet to use any of them nearly a month after the deadly explosion that caused the leak.

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  2. Hey GB,.. Hi there musique, did you know that the first ever patent for a Lab manufactured life-form was granted to create a microbe that eats Oil spills; which it then through the process of digestion turns into a harmless nutrient rich organic substance.

    Wonder what happenened to that?

    More inportantly, why isn't it being used?

    Cheers,

    PG.

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  3. first ever patent for a Lab manufactured life-form was granted to create a microbe that eats Oil spills; which it then through the process of digestion turns into a harmless nutrient rich organic substance.

    Sounds like the lifeform called a US Senator, since they have a good track record of eating green colored shit, thinking it's money and turning it into sound bites.

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  4. Oh hell the mother of all explanations! Bear in mind this is at the tail end of the New Madrid fault.

    Now for the rest of the story. A nuclear option considered for the Gulf Of Mexico.

    http://www.viewzone2.com/oilnuke.html

    The deposit of oil they were tapping in to has been described as the second largest oil deposit ever -- anywhere -- even when one considers Saudi Arabia, the Russian discoveries, Iraq. This oil deposit has been estimated to have the potential to yield 500,000 barrels of oil per day for from 10 to 15 years!

    The well that exploded and sank was cautiously tapping the fringe of the deposit after discovering that the central pressure of the oil and natural gas was as high as 165,000 to 170,000 psi. For comparison, your SUV tires usually contain 40 psi.

    hey theorize that the sudden release of the hydrocarbons from the deposit are taking some of the cap stone with it, eating away at the very structure that has naturally contained the deposit for aeons

    3.4 million gallons a day!

    How will this real sci-fi event end? Well, expers are saying that the leak will either be stopped by the extreme heat from a nuclear blast fusing the rocks surrounding the deep pipe -- or -- as one expert put it, "we could end up with a hole a quarter mile wide spewing oil... another possible scenario is a sea floor collapse. If that happens Katie bar the door."

    According to insiders, the deposit is mostly natural gas -- a ratio of 10,000 to 1 -- with oil being a small portion of the bounty. It covers an estimated 25,000 square miles, extending from the inlands of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Texas. It's huge and, like a plump blister, it's ready to pop.

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