Rummaging in BP’s Dirty Attic

From 2010

LINK – http://youtu.be/QjPnWnkr7kA

July 31, 2010: ROV Captures Violent Sea Bed Oil Eruption

LINK –  http://youtu.be/7dhmbmTGMe4
In German –

LINK –  http://youtu.be/v0SL83gTMKw    < has interesting Salt Dome graphics 3 min. in and at 6:52 min. mark it shows the fissure on the sea floor (!) – The Salt Dome graphics may be from this article: BK LimWhy is BP’s Macondo blowout so disastrous & Beyond Patch-up.

LINK – http://youtu.be/7F0zN6JFZSw
It references this 2009 document : Initial Exploration Plan Mississippi Canyon Block 252

LINK – http://youtu.be/2c3N_E1kono <  Wish it had English subtitles, but you get the idea …

Let’s rummage some more … we’re finding good junk!

BP’s Macondo Disaster – A Completely Manmade Catastrophe That Never Stops Revealing Deeper Truths About Undersea Drilling

From Rense – Oil Volcano Pressure Too Strong For Containment by Dr. James P. Wickstrom

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10 thoughts on “Rummaging in BP’s Dirty Attic

  1. Thanks. Those not impacted need to be reminded as BP tries to weasel out.
    “Lord Browne” former head of BP appointed to House of Lords is still trying to destroy everything: UK council defers controversial shale gas permits Posted:Wed, 28 Jan 2015 07:21:32 -0500 LONDON, Jan 28 (Reuters) – A local English government council has voted to delay a decision on whether shale gas firm Cuadrilla can progress with two fracking projects, in a case that is being closely watched by the industry and environmental campaigners. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/utilitiesNews/~3/Bl1XvQ07H54/britain-shale-regulation-idUSL6N0V72MZ20150128
    “Lord Browne” was appointed to sit in the House of Lords, all while head of BP and then still sits (and votes) while head of Cuadrilla:
    “Cuadrilla Resources is an oil and gas exploration and production company with headquarters and operations in the United Kingdom. It is best known for its ongoing effort to develop shale gas in the UK by using hydraulic fracturing. Its chairman is Lord Browne, former chief of BP and President of The Royal Academy of Engineering from 2006− 2011. The chief executive is Francis Egan.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuadrilla_Resources
    He’s on some sort of important government appointment board too, which looks like one of the most important positions. How can this be allowed? I don’t think you can actually sit as CEO while in the Senate can you? House of Lords went from being hereditary to being appointees! I hope that you and Walter are well. I can’t even keep up with myself and not getting sleep again.

    • Thanks.
      I am picking on BP because I cannot get any news about what is going on at Lake FUBAR. Officials and local press all mum.

      • Important to pick on them because those not immediately impacted have short memories and they are spending a fortune trying to get out from liability. The US gov thought that people had 6 mth memories 10 years ago in the run-up to Gulf War II. Must be less by now.

  2. To: Flyingcuttlefish
    What would be the pressure at bottom of Dam for Norris Dam.
    Norris Dam is 105 feet higher than Boone Dam.

    I live in East Tennessee, Norris Dam is the one Dam i like the best it has two turbines for generate electricity.

    Boone Dam has three turbines and was built in 1950-1951 and it’s 160 feet high and stretches 1532 feet.

    Construction of Norris Dam began in 1933, just a few months after the creation of TVA, and was completed in 1936.
    Norris dam is 265 feet high and stretches 1,860 feet across the Clinch River.
    http://www.tva.gov/sites/norris.htm
    There a lot of Videos of Norris Dam I like this one the best.
    All three flood gates are open in this video and some video of that Waterwheel that old grist mill where they stone grind corn in old days.
    When the flood gates are open there spilling water over the dam there not generate they got too much water in reservoir.

  3. At 27:36 mark this UFO – channeling – stargate person who does Project Camelot (.org) says BP blew the rig on purpose and made the fissures in the sea floor –

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