Saturday, June 19, 2010

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The valuable testimony of the courageous journalist and documentary filmmaker James Fox from Louisiana outlines a scenario worthy of our worst nightmares is being a large operation, apparently (and illegally, add) managed by the same BP together, it seems, to Chevron, which has been spread around a curtain of almost impenetrable protection. It is impossible to get close to the disaster area, or talk to any of the persons to carry out, bound to secrecy over the total. No one can film or photograph anything (on pain of confiscation of the machines), the airspace above the patch has been virtually closed (so you can not shoot from above to help understand the situation) have been reported and troops in full combat gear and the arrival at the military airport in Jacksonville for a large number of white vehicles of the United Nations. Lets assume that everything is about to be declared a state of emergency resulting in Martial Law. In other words, another insane step towards the realization of a New World Order.

Il corexit, solvente usato in quantità industriali per dissolvere le chiazze di petrolio (e occultare in tal modo la magnitudine della catastrofe in corso) sta provocando danni enormi, non solo all’ambiente marino ma anche all’atmosfera, in numerose aree letteralmente velenosa. Qualcuno ritiene possa ricadere sotto forma di piogge tossiche, addirittura per anni! (1) Senza dimenticare il benzene:

Oil now seems to come out directly from several cracks in the seafloor:

This video seems to confirm the fears expressed over a year ago by many geologists, according to which the seabed covered by the drilling of BP is markedly unstable if not outright dangerous because of the presence of a huge underground pocket of natural gas, under pressure to 100,000 pounds per square inch (PSI), and given the circumstances that the accident the platform was an event virtually Horizon Deep discounted, which now has set in motion a chain of irreversible consequences. Two members of Congress, in a report sent to the CEO of BP, Tony Hayward, said: "It seems that BP has continued to take, one after the other, decisions to save time and money they have increased the risk of an explosion. "The fact is that there is now a real risk that the cracks on the bottom forming huge bubbles of methane gas under pressure and rising to the surface could wreak havoc on ships and drilling platforms in the area and kill large numbers of people.

But this is nothing yet: the worst case scenario indicates that if these bubbles were to further fracture the seabed, there will be an explosion of a power comparable to the devastating eruption of Mt Saint Helens, the Pacific Northwest in 1980 . A huge flow of gas you would way through miles of sedimentary rock, layer by layer, exploding with a rated pressure of 50 tons per square inch, which tears several miles of seabed in a huge explosion, killing everything it comes into contact and triggering a wave of tsunami almost supersonic speeds between 650 and 950 kilometers per hour and thirty feet high. (2) Florida Louisiana, Texas ... total devastation, with tens, perhaps hundreds of thousands of victims. The icing on the cake, it seems that the oil that keeps coming out is also slightly radioactive! (3) Apparently, this factor is related, incidentally, just to the strong presence of methane. (4)

I really appreciated an email speditami just returned from Japan by my friend and colleague Andrea Rampado that dealing with your company Biokavitus technologies nanobubbles cavitation and pointed me to a brilliant solution for the oil recovery in the Gulf of Mexico proposed by a U.S. competitor. I agree with him that the maximum disclosure of these solutions is vital in situations like this. You can download here the very interesting document (in English).

We'll update as soon as possible on the situation, season with interesting news about what is happening to the Sun ...


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