Genetically Modified Gulf of Mexico

Now that it looks like this pandemic is a man-made bio-weapon disaster or outright war, let’s revisit the gene “therapy” injected into the Gulf of Mexico

Our previous articles

  • Interview – The Gulf Blue Plague with Michael Edward
    https://www.blogtalkradio.com/wvp/2010/12/24/the-gulf-blue-plague-with-michael-edward
  • “Once the person who reads everything presented here connects all the dots of the picture, it will be more than obvious that BP has tried to fool Mother Nature… and she’s retaliating with a vengeance that is affecting the entire world. “

     

     

    You can find lots more searching for the term “blue plague”. – FC

     

     

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    Q: Is BP Oil Spill’s COREXIT Causing Horrific Red Tide in West Florida Now?

    Sent in –

    ”  I’ve been curious about whether the Corexit from the BP spill could have had an impact on this disaster and look what just came up as I googled “Red Tides and Corexit”. I know the BP spill was a long time ago but maybe the Corexit is just making its way east.”

    The University of Texas Marine Science Institute – Oil Plus Dispersants May Lead to More Red Tide Events

    American Chemical Society – Oil Spills and Dispersants Can Cause the Initiation of Potentially Harmful Dinoflagellate Blooms (“Red Tides”) by Rodrigo Almeda, Sarah Cosgrove, and Edward J. Buskey

    RSOE MAP

    Widespread Land Loss On US Gulf Coast From BP Oil Spill

    Mining Awareness +


    Hurricane Katrina Gulf of Mexico 2005

    Wetlands and barrier islands provide protection from the strong winds and storm surges of hurricanes. It is estimated that every 2.7 miles of wetlands reduces a storm surge by one foot. As erosion continues, and wetlands turn to open water, their ability to decrease approaching storm surges decreases and the risk of catastrophic loss of life and property from hurricanes is greatly increased.” https://www2.southeastern.edu/orgs/oilspill/wetlands.html

    Study Finds Widespread Land Losses from Gulf Oil Spill
    Nov. 17, 2016

    2010 photo of a shoreline in Bay Jimmy, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, impacted by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Oil weakens and kills vegetation, leading to the loss of roots that help hold soil together.
    Credits: Bruce A. Davis, Department of Homeland Security

    Dramatic, widespread shoreline loss is revealed in new NASA/U.S. Geological Survey annual maps of the Louisiana marshlands where the coastline was most…

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    On Offshore Fracking in the Gulf of Mexico

    While the spotlight was on offshore drilling, fracking quietly made its way into our oceans

    ” . . .  it has come to light that the oil industry is conducting offshore fracking in the Gulf, which is even more dangerous than conventional oil drilling, according to the Center for Biological Diversity.”

    New Madrid Fault Rumbles + News

    New_MAD

    Strange SoundsRare earthquake strikes Canton, Mississippi – Charleston earthquake in sight?

    http://strangesounds.org/2015/06/rare-earthquake-strikes-canton-mississippi-charleston-earthquake-in-sight.html


    NEWS

    New York TimesOklahoma Court Rules Homeowners Can Sue Oil Companies Over Quakes

    The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that homeowners who have sustained injuries or property damage from rampant earthquakes they say are caused by oil and gas operations can sue for damages in state trial courts, rejecting efforts by the industry to block such lawsuits from being decided by juries and judges.

    BP reaches $18.7 billion settlement over deadly 2010 spill

    Another Russian Sinkhole + News

    It is pretty far away from the previous ones ….

    The Watchers

    Giant sinkhole opens in Novokuznetsk region of Siberia, Russia

    A giant sinkhole has appeared in Siberia’s Novokuznetsk region recently, some 3 500 km from other craters found in Arctic Russia in recent months. The new crater measures around 20 meters in diameter and around 25 to 30 meters in depth.

    . . .  Observation from space revealed the dramatic mushrooming of the holes, believed to be caused by methane gas eruptions in melting permafrost due to climate change, scientists revealed today. A leading Russian expert sounded an alert over safety because one new Siberian crater, surrounded by at least 20 ‘baby holes’, is just six miles from a major gas production plant. 

    PHOTOS of it from The Siberian Times

    This has video of the nearby landslide there recently – Watch This Slow-Moving Landslide Devour a Russian Road

    Earlier posts on Russian craters – 1, 2

    UPDATE, April 29
    Gigantic 100-metre sinkhole leaves Ukrainian villagers terrified after reports it has swallowed up homes and looks likely to get even BIGGER

    . . . hope is isn’t related to thisWarming Climate May Release Massive Carbon Storehouse from Arctic Soils

    NEWS

    The AdvocateNew safety rules since massive sinkhole prevent Texas Brine from expanding salt cavern operation; company files suit against Dow   DOW1

    A 29-year-old Dow Chemical Co. salt cavern sits so close to Texas Brine’s property that new state safety regulations — created after the 2012 Bayou Corne sinkhole disaster — now prevent the Houston company from mining any new caverns on its property, a federal lawsuit alleges.

    Texas Brine Co. has sued Dow and a local land company over the Dow cavern carved from the Napoleonville salt dome in Assumption Parish.

    “Dow is obligated to (Texas Brine) for the value of the salt that (Texas Brine) can no longer mine, or ‘dead salt,’” the suit claims. . . .  (more)

    Dow map

    2013 item: Dow’s Toxic Stew Near Bayou Corne –  (not the same property)

    State Seismologist says Oklahoma earthquakes are ‘very likely’ caused by oil and gas disposal wells

    The Oklahoma state seismologist said disposal wells used by the oil and gas industry are ‘very likely’ responsible for the recent surge of earthquakes in Oklahoma at the recent Oklahoma Geological Survey.  < – links to report

    NY TimesThe Gulf, Still at Risk

    Environmentalists Warn That Gulf Oil Spill Recovery Could Be a Mirage

    NOTE: See comments for Lake FUBAR agitation bits

    Yellowston Updated