BP: a billion barrels of oil in the Gulf of Mexico

Sent in by K. M. 😉

BP just discovered a billion barrels of oil in the Gulf of Mexico

  • BP discovers 1 billion barrels of oil at its Thunder Horse field in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • The oil giant also says it will spend $1.3 billion to develop a third phase of its Atlantis offshore field south of New Orleans.
  • BP credits its investment in advanced seismic technology for speeding up its ability to confirm the discoveries.

Weirdie – New York’s “Blue Light” Sky Power Outage and Nationwide Anamolies

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Last week this “blue light” story lit up the internet with dazzling photos of so-called transformer explosion that caused a power outage and brief closure of LaGuardia Airport.

Reader, KM. sent in news about the pre-dawn explosion in Kenner, Louisiana and strange sparks there – VIDEO.

Those 2 events are a little exotic, but power companies often have bad-maintenance-blow-outs. Then The Dark Journalist pointed out those could be related to these other weird things happening at once:

  • A so-called cyber attack stopped leading newspapers from printing across the country
  • TelCo and internet provider, CenturyLink had a total meltdown and stopped providing service to millions of customers. They offer vague explanations for what went wrong.
  • ATMs in Cambridge malfunctioned Dec. 27th also as well as other computer malfunctions.

Dark Journalist noted the compartmentalization of the news items and the non-reporting of the Kenner powerline explosion outside Louisiana. Oddly, the…

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Another Quake at Watts Bar Nuke Plant in Tenn.


Watts Bar is a Pressurized Water Reactor. DETAILS

Mining Awareness just reported on recent, bigger quakes right around there DAYS AGO.





Recent Gulf algae bloom is Florida’s biggest marine disaster in history

The Big Wobble “This is our Deep Water Horizon!” An incredible 408 marine life die-offs almost one every day since July 2016 is the biggest marine disaster in Florida’s history

“This is our Deep Water Horizon!” This was claimed by Florida Fish and Wildlife way back in July 2016.
Algae bloom is not expected to last more than a few months at worst, the deadly algae bloom which is killing billions of marine life around the coastal waters of Florida has now lasted more than one and a half years and shows no sign of going away anytime soon and is without a doubt the biggest marine disaster in Florida’s history. . . . (more)

Grand Gulf Nuclear Station Apparently Falling Apart: Another Scram Follows “Five Unplanned Downpower Events” In Less Than One Year

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Construction of Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Station begin over forty-four years ago in May of 1974, and it was commissioned in 1985 or over thirty-three years ago. Would you feel safe driving on the highway in a vehicle of this age? And, this is a nuclear power station. The ionizing radiation speeds up material degradation. Windscale, Chernobyl, and Fukushima have taught that the impacts of nuclear disasters are not limited to the immediate area. The impacts depend upon wind direction, which is variable.

On November 5th: “The NRC’s review of Grand Gulf Nuclear Station identified that the Unplanned Power Changes Per 7,000 Critical Hours performance indicator has crossed the Green-to-White threshold. The performance issues included in this performance indicator were associated with five unplanned downpower events that occurred from the fourth quarter of 2017 through the third quarter of 2018. These events included a degrading reactor recirculation pump seal…

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