Oil Spill – No Big Deal – May Be Used as a Financial Terror Attack – Technology Answers

Oil Spills could occur any day.  Technology has answers for the Gulf Oil Spill. 

By Design, are they allowing 4-million or 5-millon gallons of oil pollute the Gulf of Mexico?

From: Mike Castle   
Date: Sun, May 16, 2010 at 12:01 PM
Subject: AmeriHaz Crude Oil Solidifier
 
This is a video that I had made in 1997 and is self explanatory.
That was my Company, Sustainable Technologies Corp., which is now defunct…see insert info…this material which I developed back then is unique and will save those Coastal Marshes Esturaz and the Shorlines.
 
Re named AmeriHaz…this material will do just what was claimed in the video.
 
AL…a friend over here where I live, seen the video, I met and gave her a copy, she then insisted we make this a YouTube Video for all to look at what can be accomplished…if the guv would just get off their dead asses and use this type of material down in the Gulf…
It may not clean it all up but will go very far in protecting from further damage the Marshlands and all the Hatcheries areas, Rivers and Streams.
 
 
AeroHaz was renamed AmeriHaz….and I would hope some official talks with me about beginning to produce this and get it down there, into the hands and boats of those Fishermen who are watching their entire Livelihoods wash up in Tar Balls.
 
All we would need is Initiallization money…to produce it and costs of Materials.  Temporary workers etc.///and a Special Pass for me to go thru Airports thru the TSA.  I'm intolerant to this type of gangsterism and I know I'm on some list…My Battle with the ChemTrails continues!  They don't like me very much…know whadda seyin?
 
Maybe someone will take note and inquire…the contact info has been inserted …Is that Hay werking fer ya?
 
See the insert contact info….the special addy for this will be AmeriHaz@gmail.com  
 
Best to all ….make this go viral…
Dr. Mike Castle
 
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6 Responses to “Oil Spill – No Big Deal – May Be Used as a Financial Terror Attack – Technology Answers”

  1. rbutler59 says:

    By Shaila Dewan THE NEW YORK TIMES

    Published: 9:57 p.m. Sunday, May 16, 2010

    NEW ORLEANS — After more than three weeks of efforts to stop a gushing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, BP engineers achieved some success Sunday when they used a mile-long tube to capture some of the oil flow and divert it to a drill ship on the surface, about 5,000 feet above the wellhead, company officials said.

    After two false starts, engineers successfully inserted the narrow tube into the damaged pipe from which most of the oil is leaking.

    “It’s working as planned,” Kent Wells, BP’s senior executive vice president, said at a briefing Sunday afternoon in Houston. “So we do have oil and gas coming to the ship now, we do have a flare burning off the gas, and we have the oil that’s coming to the ship going to our surge tank.”

    Wells said he could not yet say how much oil had been captured or what percentage of the oil leaking from a 21-inch riser pipe was flowing into the 4-inch insertion tube. “We want to slowly optimize it to try to capture as much of the oil and gas as we can without taking in a large amount of seawater,” he said.

    Even if successful, BP must also contain a second leak on the ocean floor.

    So far, the spill has not spoiled beaches or delicate wetlands, in part because of favorable winds and tides and in part because of the use of booms to corral the oil and chemical dispersants. The oil capture operation Sunday was the first successful effort to stem the flow from the damaged well, which has been spewing oil since a rig exploded April 20 and sank. The blast led to the deaths of 11 workers, and the $600 million rig now lies at the bottom of the sea.

    The BP announcement came on the heels of reports that the spill might be much worse than estimated. Scientists said they had found giant plumes of oil in the deep waters of the Gulf, including one as large as 10 miles long, 3 miles wide and 300 feet thick.

    BP officials noted that even if the tube is successful, it is only a stopgap measure. The real goal, they said, is to seal the well permanently. Preparations continued Sunday on a plan to pump heavy drilling mud into the well through the blowout preventer, the safety device at the wellhead that failed during the accident.

    In the procedure, called a top kill, the mud would be used to overcome the pressure of the rising oil, stopping the flow. The mud would be followed by cement, which would permanently seal the well.

    Wells said Sunday that BP was a week to 10 days from attempting the maneuver.

    In a joint statement Sunday, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned that the latest in a series of short-term attempts at stopping the leak was “not a solution, and it is not clear how successful it may be.”

    In recent days, the Obama administration has assembled a Dream Team of scientists to deal with the leak, including experts in robotics, physics, X-ray technology and the hydrogen bomb. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, a physicist who won the Nobel Prize, met with BP engineers in Houston last week and promised that the “intellectual horsepower of the country is engaged in solving this problem.”

    Rep. Ed Markey of Massachusetts, the Democratic chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment, attacked BP, saying it had failed to substantively respond to his requests for more information about how an estimate was reached and had refused to engage independent scientists who might offer a better assessment of the amount.

    “BP is burying its head in the sand on these underwater threats,” Markey said in a statement he issued Sunday. “These huge plumes of oil are like hidden mushroom clouds that indicate a larger spill than originally thought and portend more dangerous long-term fallout for the Gulf of Mexico’s wildlife and economy.”

    The huge and growing oil stain, meanwhile, continues to hover around the shores and inlets of Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. The latest oil landfall was reported at Grand Isle, La., where tar balls washed ashore, said U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Erik Swanson.

    Scientists have begun measuring the vast quantities of oil hidden to the human eye. A group of scientists who landed at Cocodrie, La., on Sunday, after completing a two-week research trip in the Gulf, documented plumes of oil 2,000 to 6,000 feet below the water’s surface, covering an area 4 miles wide and 15 miles long.

    Team members said they were concerned about oxygen-sapped dead zones developing. They also raised concerns about the possibility of deep oil plumes emerging years or even decades from now, potentially threatening coastlines for generations.

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    • RJ says:

      Hey Robert, you offer awesome material here, again. If the folks who think they are in charge truly wanted to stop the damage of this oil leak then the technology does exist to clean it up. I think it will take a couple of months to dig the sister oil well and then shut the other one down in the meantime. Between now and then we all get to suffer from this event. The oil from this disaster in the Gulf of Mexico doesn’t have to destroy the wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico, but that may be what they want. This may have been a terrorist attack by North Korea. I haven’t seen a lot of evidence to substantiate that theory yet, but we all get to deal with the spill. Fishermen will be losing, big time and dolphins and turtles and other wildlife who are the collateral damage. Just because we voted for politicians to take some office(s) does not mean that our responsibility is finished in any of these N W O designed events.

  2. Kevin says:

    all for do it yourself solutions. If you got a boat, you can help.

    • RJ says:

      Is this our country or what? It does matter where we are born. Who do we hold any allegiance to? If we don’t claim a right then we can’t exercise that right.

  3. I can’t look at the images anymore. The oil is washing up everywhere. All the dead oceanlife. I can’t believe it!

    • RJ says:

      This is quickly becoming a political football. Obama probably thought that B P would be able to handle it. B P has not handled it, the explosion, the gaping hole at the floor of the ocean, the oil that is now moving it’s way through the Gulf destroying habitat and life, the movement of these oil plooms towards and around the tip of Florida in to the Atlantic waters. It could be easily concluded that these events were done by design, on purpose.

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