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Mexican gulf what happend after bp oil leaks end?
« on: June 13, 2010, 03:48:36 am »
well, right now we still see these oil leaks news are continuing so what happned into the nature there ? bioecologi in mexican gulf?

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Re: Mexican gulf what happend after bp oil leaks end?
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2010, 09:42:25 am »
Essentially, it's quite complicated, but it appears that the well casing might be cracked in which case, it seems multiple leaks have sprung from the pressure.  It is entirely possible the leaks will not be plugged because the efforts used have only created more back pressure underground, there is a fear the whole thing could come apart, in which case, in one year's time the entire world's oceans will be destroyed.  Oh, and I read it would take about 27 years for this well to exhaust itself.  By which time, we'll have oil for water.

All life that this oil touches dies, so wherever it goes, everything dies.  It's really as simple as that.  Entire species are about to be wiped out completely, because even though rescue attempts for example of the birds which have been taken, washed, and tagged, it has been seen that the birds just return to their natural areas because of their homing sense.  Most animals have this, so even if you were able to take and clean and rescue all the sharks, dolphins, manatees, etc etc etc, many would just return to their natural breeding grounds and die.  

There were concerns about a pocket of natural gas coupled with the crude, which is why they haven't considered blowing it up, because the natural gas could make things worse rather than better.  Basically, if they DON'T fix this in the next couple months, we could see the end of our ecology in our lifetimes.  Serious is an understatement for how dire the situation is.  It's like saying the ocean is mildly damp.    With everything that's come out about BP's covering up and hiding info, I have no faith that they will plug it up.  If the well casing is cracked, good luck closing that thing.  It's leaking into the earth as well.  This is bad... real bad.  The size of the cavern the oil fills is at least as big as mount everest. 

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Re: Mexican gulf what happend after bp oil leaks end?
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2010, 09:06:33 pm »
I'm still watching the papers. Now, originally BP said they were losing 5000 barrels a day. I nearly flipped, becuase my calcs agree with those of several PhD's who estimated 100,000. Then they said they were recovering 4000 barrels a day, sounds great huh.
Then they said they were recovering 6000 a day - more than the original leak. Today's paper says the leak is 40,000 a day.


I hate to say I told ya so, BP, but....

Bad news is 60 Minutes was kiting around a figure of 200,000 a day.

Now I recently discovered that the Exxon Valdez incident only involved about 10% of the ship's cargo. So if 60 Minutes is correct (but I'm sticking with the 100,000 figure) then the Gulf leak is equal to the Exxon Valdez spill every day.
Sergeant Schultz was onto something.

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Re: Mexican gulf what happend after bp oil leaks end?
« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2010, 06:47:42 am »
That deafening silence of leading green or ecology organizations such as Greenpeace, Nature Conservancy, Sierra Club and others may well be tied to a money trail that leads right back to the oil industry, notably to BP. Leading environmental organizations have gotten significant financial payoffs in recent years from BP in order that the oil company could remake itself with an “environment-friendly face,” as in “beyond petroleum” the company’s new branding.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=19660

waw the truth, i find it's strange in these few day such organizations like green peace are silence in this topic so they are bribed so sadly and this happened.

 


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