It contains a blog entry written by me consisting of grouped reports called "Shrimp Linguini Lagniappe", a link to a four-page discussion at Rigorous Intuition, and other reports.The event has major connotations for the ecology and economy of the Gulf of Mexico and beyond, the politics of oil and energy, the politics of the US, and more. showtopic=9481&st=0entry3704877 :banghead: I love this: They really can't pat themselves on the back this year can they? And Halliburton and BP should have the bejesus sued out of them. Personally confiscate every asset of their shareholders and throw the sorry bums of executives in jail for years after they have been forced to lick up every drop of oil off that coast with their own tongues.Wap Spot is the fastest youtube video downloader site that you can search alot of videos, songs, audio.Download and convert videos to 3Gp, Mp4, Mp3, M4a, Webm file formats with low to high quality, With sound or no sound depends on your needs for your mobile phone, tablet, personal computer, desktop, android phone for free.
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That would mean 50,000 barrels a day, or 2.1 million gallons a day.
It appears the new leaks mentioned in the Wednesday release are the leaks reported to the public late Wednesday night.
It could well kill nearly every living thing in and bordered by the Gulf of Mexico..that is one hell of a lot of living things! They vaguely have referred to getting some submersibles down to look at the leaking pipe in a few months time.....gee, I hope they don't miss their golf games! Its shaping up to be the biggest ACUTE environmental disaster - the biggest chronic one being human hubris and action, to date.
Deep in that mix of articles is note about the request of assistance from the US military -- which goes, I'm sure, beyond the meager if yeoman-like efforts of the Coast Guard and the Dunkirkian-life efforts from the shrimp industry boats -- and further suggestion that the one thing that may actually be necessary to choke off the flow from the huge pressure coming from deeeeep beneath the Earth's crust, let alone the ocean, is the explosion of a nuclear weapon near the outflow point. :banghead: The link below leads to a thread at my web site E Pluribus Unum.