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    Day 57 – A Living Nightmare

    As we inch closer to the sixtieth day since the explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon, one has to wonder if the residents of the Gulf Coast could handle another crisis, if one were to arise. Just as the wetlands have been destroyed and weakened, so has the spirit of the Gulf coast residents. That being said, the people of the gulf have shown an ability to get through adversity, as was evident during the aftermath of Katrina. One can only hope the spirit of banning together through adversity will continue as this spill moves forward. As we have heavily documented, Corexit a known neurotoxin, is being sprayed throughout the Gulf at an extremely alarming rate. While the use of a toxic dispersant remains the most significant threat facing the Gulf, more potential threats seem to be surfacing almost daily.

    The deadly chemical known as Corexit has continued to wreck havoc on the coastal areas. Smells that witnesses have described as toxic, have been recorded in Florida and Louisiana. As epidemic alerts continue to poor in, sickness seems to be gripping many of tho residents of the Gulf. With over 71 already confirmed ill, the chemical to air content ratio will likely increase for the worst.

    Troops have been activated and have been deployed throughout the region, from Grand Isle, Louisiana to Gainesville Florida. In TN, AR, and TX, crops have been spotted with “burn holes” that can most likely be attributed to a mixture of oily, toxic rain.

    Meanwhile, British Petroleum is attempting to burn a massive amount of oil directly off the water, in what is being described as the biggest controlled oil burn in history. When you consider BP’s track record of using techniques that are known to be ineffective, you have to wonder what possible consequences the new plan may impose? Fumes from burning oil obviously have the potential to pose various health problems and some have even claimed that burning oil in Kuwait was one of the leading contributors to Gulf War Syndrome. Couple that with burning dispersants, and you have another potentially major health risk.

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    bless your cotton socks gita girl ,,, even tho this stuff is doin my head in
    seriously ta! i think for the info x

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    You are welcomed my beautiful Rhythm. Please don't allow it to do your head in - just try to stay informed and centred my dear friend. Awareness is always good.

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    BP 'working around the clock,' but cannot guarantee outcome, CEO says

    Thursday on CNN, watch BP chief executive Tony Hayward testify before a congressional committee looking into the oil disaster. You can see it for yourself on CNN, CNN.com/Live, and the CNN iPhone app starting at 10 a.m. ET Thursday.

    (CNN) -- Eight weeks after an explosion uncorked a massive oil spill into the Gulf, BP does not know whether its efforts to stanch the flow will soon succeed, its CEO plans to testify Thursday.

    "We cannot guarantee the outcome of these operations, but we are working around the clock with the best experts from government and industry," Tony Hayward says in prepared testimony to be delivered before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

    "The explosion and fire aboard the Deepwater Horizon and the resulting oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico never should have happened -- and I am deeply sorry that they did," he says.

    The committee's chairman says Hayward should get ready for a whipping.

    "Members are angry. Members are frustrated," Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Michigan, told CNN's Dana Bash. "They're going to take his hide off, as they should."

    In his prepared remarks, Hayward says no one knows why the disaster happened.

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    Democrat: Lawmakers going to take Hayward's 'hide off'

    Washington (CNN) -- Democratic lawmakers will try to build the case of a corporate culture which chose riskier, cheaper methods over safety concerns as they grill BP CEO Tony Hayward on Capitol Hill Thursday.

    "Members are angry. Members are frustrated," Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Michigan, told CNN's Dana Bash. "They're going to take his hide off, as they should."

    Stupak, who chairs the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, outlined evidence his committee has put together from thousands of pages of internal BP documents.

    In Thursday's hearing, Stupak intends to focus on what the lawmaker sees as a pattern of behavior on BP's part that risked safety in order to contain costs and make up for the drilling project's being behind schedule.

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    Drilling the relief wells

    (CNN) -- BP has said it hopes to have a relief well in place in August to permanently cut off the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. The company has said the operation is the best sure-fire way of plugging the massive oil leak.

    A relief well is a well drilled into the existing well, intercepting the flow and allowing a specialized heavy liquid to be pumped into the flowing well to bring it under control.

    BP began drilling the first relief well on May 2 and started drilling a second one two weeks later. The wells are being dug to a depth of about 18,000 feet, just above the oil reservoir.

    Once one hits the original pipe, just 7 inches in diameter, drilling mud will be shot into it to stop the spewing oil. Cement will then be used to permanently seal it.

    The second relief well is part of a contingency plan in case the first well encounters any delays.

    Relief wells have been used to plug two other large blowout spills. In 1979, it took nearly 10 months to seal the world's largest spill in Mexico's Bay of Campeche. More recently, an Australian accident last year known as the Montara spill, was plugged after nearly four months.

    In both cases, efforts such as those used to try to stop the Deepwater Horizon spill -- containment domes and junk shots -- were fruitless. And it took multiple tries before the relief wells reached the original wells.

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    Oh my prophetic soul! - Hamlet

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    Quote Edward Markey told the House energy and commerce sub-committee Exxon-Mobil, Chevron, ConocoPhillips and Shell all have identical response plans to BP.
    Gita;
    I wonder if all their plans include what to do with all the Gulf Coast walruses, like BP's plan.
    Gita;
    I learned yesterday that not only was BP's safety document a copy/paste of their Alaskan one...
    It turns out that the ones from Chevron, Conoco, Exxon, and Shell are all "90% the same document" - Congressman Markey

    The filed documents for not only BP, but also Chevron, Conoco, Exxon, and Shell ALL include measures for dealing with the "local walrus population" ! !

    Not only is this a royal screw job, and a complete failure of government oversite, it is a conspiracy (tho hard to prove); but it opens up another can of worms...

    BP's stated they had a plan in place to deal with spills up to 200,000 bbls per day !

    They've now admitted they weren't prepared, AND also note they are still trying to come up with a plan that can deal with even 15,000 bbl/day, for more than 2 days in a row!

    This amounts to criminal fraud (or criminal negligence), with written proof!

    "See you at the hearings..."

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    Fred

    Forget the hearing Fred, lets get the whips out! I've got a bad feeling they will get away with it. It's all just for show with what seems a pre-written script for the greedy to profit. Same old crappy story. These people have no conscience and they don’t care who or what they have to destroy to get what they want (as if they haven’t got enough). They are also extremely clever people who know exactly how to play on the human emotions and psyche.

    Good detective work btw but I really am not suprised by it.

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    Regional Oil Spill Response Plan – Gulf of Mexico (Link below)
    • 583 pages
    • June 30, 2009


    http://info.publicintelligence.net/B...sponseplan.pdf





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    For you my dear ying yang king Pengy (aka Fred).

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    Walruses in Louisiana? Eyebrow-raising details of BP’s spill response plan

    Louisiana walruses? Seals swimming along the Gulf Coast?

    These creatures normally live in the Arctic Ocean, not the Gulf of Mexico, but they’re listed as “sensitive biological resources” that could be affected by an oil spill in the area in a document filed by BP last June with the U.S. Minerals Management Service. More than a month after BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig blew out and sank on April 20, the British oil giant’s regional spill response plan drew some severe criticism from the watchdog group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.



    One problem with BP’s nearly 600-page spill response plan? “It was utterly useless in the event of a spill,” Jeff Ruch, PEER’s executive director, said by telephone. His group, which acts as a kind of safe haven for government whistle-blowers, detailed what it called “outright inanities” in BP’s filing and the government’s approval of it.

    PEER noted BP’s plan referred to “sea lions, seals, sea otters (and) walruses” as wildlife that might be affected in the Gulf of Mexico, and suggested this reference was taken from a previous plan for Arctic exploratory drilling, where these animals could be affected.

    The BP plan lists a Japanese shopping and search website as a link to one of its “primary equipment providers” for rapid deployment in the event of a spill in the Gulf of Mexico. And it directs its media spokespeople never to make “promises that property, ecology or anything else will be restored to normal.”

    Ruch said the plan contains no information about tracking sub-surface oil plumes from deepwater blowouts or preventing disease transmission to captured animals in rehab facilities, a serious risk after the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill.

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    Had to do it!
    I d'loaded the PDF of the response plan and did a search. Sure enough!
    On page 249, of 583 pages...



    Hey, at least someone thought to include dolphins & manatees

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    Its just sad that the amount of energy we are investing right now to scrutinize this company should have been invested before they started drilling but wasn't.

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    Scientists Warn Gulf Of Mexico Sea Floor Fractured Beyond Repair

    A dire report circulating in the Kremlin today that was prepared for Prime Minister Putin by Anatoly Sagalevich of Russia's Shirshov Institute of Oceanology warns that the Gulf of Mexico sea floor has been fractured “beyond all repair” and our World should begin preparing for an ecological disaster “beyond comprehension” unless “extraordinary measures” are undertaken to stop the massive flow of oil into our Planet’s eleventh largest body of water.

    Most important to note about Sagalevich’s warning is that he and his fellow scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences are the only human beings to have actually been to the Gulf of Mexico oil leak site after their being called to the disaster scene by British oil giant BP shortly after the April 22nd sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil platform.

    BP’s calling on Sagalevich after this catastrophe began is due to his being the holder of the World’s record for the deepest freshwater dive and his expertise with Russia’s two Deep Submergence Vehicles MIR 1 and MIR 2 which are able to take their crews to the depth of 6,000 meters (19,685 ft).

    According to Sagalevich’s report, the oil leaking into the Gulf of Mexico is not just coming from the 22 inch well bore site being shown on American television, but from at least 18 other sites on the “fractured seafloor” with the largest being nearly 11 kilometers (7 miles) from where the Deepwater Horizon sank and is spewing into these precious waters an estimated 2 million gallons of oil a day.

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    Scientists Warn Gulf Of Mexico Sea Floor Fractured Beyond Repair

    A dire report circulating in the Kremlin today that was prepared for Prime Minister Putin by Anatoly Sagalevich of Russia's Shirshov Institute of Oceanology warns that the Gulf of Mexico sea floor has been fractured “beyond all repair” and our World should begin preparing for an ecological disaster “beyond comprehension” unless “extraordinary measures” are undertaken to stop the massive flow of oil into our Planet’s eleventh largest body of water.

    Most important to note about Sagalevich’s warning is that he and his fellow scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences are the only human beings to have actually been to the Gulf of Mexico oil leak site after their being called to the disaster scene by British oil giant BP shortly after the April 22nd sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil platform.

    BP’s calling on Sagalevich after this catastrophe began is due to his being the holder of the World’s record for the deepest freshwater dive and his expertise with Russia’s two Deep Submergence Vehicles MIR 1 and MIR 2 which are able to take their crews to the depth of 6,000 meters (19,685 ft).

    According to Sagalevich’s report, the oil leaking into the Gulf of Mexico is not just coming from the 22 inch well bore site being shown on American television, but from at least 18 other sites on the “fractured seafloor” with the largest being nearly 11 kilometers (7 miles) from where the Deepwater Horizon sank and is spewing into these precious waters an estimated 2 million gallons of oil a day.

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    wow - I hope this is not the case!
    ~ If nothing changes then nothing changes ~

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    'I am not stonewalling,' BP chief tells House committee

    Thursday on CNN, watch BP chief executive Tony Hayward testify before a congressional committee looking into the oil disaster. You can see it for yourself on CNN, CNN.com/Live, and the CNN app for iPhone starting at 10 a.m. ET Thursday.

    (CNN) -- Lawmakers grilled BP chief executive officer Tony Hayward on Thursday, questioning him on whether the oil company saved time and money in seven areas of well design and operation that may have led to failure. In each case, Hayward answered that he did not recall or did not know.

    Members of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations also hurled allegations at Hayward during a hearing on what caused the Deepwater Horizon rig to explode in April and trigger the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.

    Hayward defended himself against charges that he refused to answer questions raised by documents that BP dismissed safety concerns.
    "I am not stonewalling," he said. "I was simply not involved in the decision-making process. I won't draw conclusions until an investigation is concluded."

    Hayward also would not give a yes or no answer when pressed on whether BP made good on the commitment to safety it pledged three years ago when he became CEO.

    "We have focused like a laser on safe and reliable operations," he said. "We have made major changes."

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    Special flare may stop triple amount of oil reaching sea, says BP

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news...ectid=10652584

    Using a specialised flare system, BP began slowly burning oil siphoned from a ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico as part of its plans to more than triple the amount of crude it can stop from reaching the sea.

    Energy giant BP PLC said it had burned 198,725 litres of oil by noon Wednesday. Oil and gas siphoned from the well first reached a semi-submersible drilling rig on the surface of the Gulf around 1 a.m. local time.

    Once that gas reaches the rig, it will be mixed with compressed air, shot down a specialised boom made by Schlumberger Ltd. and ignited at sea. It's the first time this particular burner has been deployed in the Gulf of Mexico.

    BP spokesman Tristan Vanhegan said engineers were still working to optimise the system, which the firm previously said could incinerate anywhere from 800,000 to 1.5 million litres of oil daily once it's fully operational.

    Under pressure from the Coast Guard, the energy firm is attempting to expand its ability to trap leaking oil before it reaches the water. Already, oil and gas are being siphoned from a containment cap sitting over the well head and flowing to a drill ship sitting above it in the Gulf of Mexico.

    Adding the burner is part of BP's plan to expand its containment system so it can capture as much as 8.3 million litres of oil a day by late June, or nearly 90 per cent of what a team of government scientists have estimated is the maximum flow out the well.

    Only a relief well, which BP says will be completed in August, will completely stop the flow of oil. Still, comments from President Barack Obama and federal officials have raised expectations that the flow of oil could be significantly contained by the end of the month.

    The Coast Guard has been pushing the British energy firm to bring more equipment and boats to the scene to deal with the leak. But plans remain subject to uncertainty.

    An earlier containment box clogged with an icelike slush. A smaller "top hat" containment was abandoned. Attempting to clog the blowout preventer with junk did not work. Neither did forcing heavy drilling mud down the well bore to stanch the flow.

    While the new containment cap placed on the well has been collecting more than 2.3 million litres of oil daily, the system has its own limits. A single bolt of lightning on Tuesday struck the drilling ship collecting oil from the cap, started a fire and forced oil collection to stop for hours.

    Lightning storms are the least of the weather worries as the Gulf enters hurricane season.

    - AP

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    Oil hits Fort Walton Beach FL, Azure Resort

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    dstamm of St. Louis, Missouri, and his extended family are in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, vacationing for a week. His mother was on the beach with relatives when they noticed some oil wash ashore. 'They were hanging out on the beach and they stated seeing a change in the color of the tide coming in,' he said.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

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    Very interesting!Hmmm!

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    Obama picks Son of the Gulf' Ray Mabus to lead restoration

    WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's selection of Navy Secretary Ray Mabus, a former Mississippi governor, as his go-to person in charge of developing a long-term Gulf Coast restoration plan won widespread praise Wednesday.

    While details are sketchy, the selection of Mabus, which Obama announced Tuesday night in an Oval Office speech to the nation, is meant to quell rising unease, especially on the Gulf Coast, about the government's response to the eight-week-old oil spill.

    Describing Mabus as a "son of the Gulf," Obama said, "the plan will be designed by states, local communities, tribes, fishermen, businesses, conservationists, and other Gulf residents."

    "I think it's great," said Louie Miller, the Sierra Club's Mississippi director, who's been a vocal critic of the cleanup. "I think he is an excellent choice: He's not a good old boy; he can work across party lines, which he'll have to, and he is a credentialed guy."

    "He brings to the table an understanding of Southern culture and an ability to use connections he already has," added Miller. "He'll be able to hit the ground running."

    Exactly what the process or timeline will be for Gulf Coast restoration, however, is not yet known. A spokeswoman for Mabus said only that he wasn't granting interviews.

    Observers think that Mabus, a Democrat who was governor from 1988 to 1992, will quickly take control.

    "Mabus brings administrative skills and political heft to the position," said Loren Thompson, a military analyst at the Lexington Institute, a policy organization in Arlington, Va. "He has turned out to be an effective team player in the Obama administration."

    Mabus also was a popular choice among lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

    "I think the selection of Secretary Mabus to develop a long-term Gulf Coast restoration plan is a good decision," said Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss. "He understands the economy, culture and dynamics of the region, and he knows the officials in the administration who can make the plan for restoration become a reality."

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    Now this is very interesting. According to Nostradamus, Mabus is the third anti-christ!!!

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    According to Nostradamus, there are "three antichrists" to come, three persons who will cause world war. The First Antichrist was NAPOLEAN, the second Antichrist was HITLER and the third "Antichrist" is an Enigmatic person named MABUS who will trigger W.W.III.

    Nostradamus then says after MABUS triggers W.W.III, he will be defeated and a great Spiritual Leader (savior) will "come" to earth who will bring about a spiritual transformation and the golden age of mankind, a time of peace and brotherhood.

    According to The Bible, this coming Spiritual Leader is the Biblical Antichrist, THE BEAST of REV:13 who will lead a Second Holocaust against Christians and trigger cataclysmic destruction upon earth, the Judgment of God.

    So those who follow Nostradamus will accept The true Antichrist, when he comes, as the savior of the world and herein lies the DECEPTION of Nostradamus.


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    Nalco linked to Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, among others

    While evacuations may not take place in the very near future, one has to expect some sort of evacuation before the end of summer. The people of the Gulf simply cannot continue to breath in these chemicals without profound repercussions. Most likely, the government will wait until the very last minute, possibly until after a hurricane, to evacuate the coast. Contrary to the story now being run by CBS, a hurricane will have catastrophic consequences on the oil inflicted areas..

    The same companies that were heavily involved in the financial collapse are now lined up to profit off the use of the neurotoxins that are currently being sprayed.

    Nalco has gone out of its way to pretend that Corexit is safe for use, to the point that they should now be criminally libel for any deaths that may occur from its use. To top it off, Nalcos parent company Blackstone, is a massive company that owns such places as Six Flags and Seaworld!

    This dispersant is four times more toxic than crude oil, yet it is being used at an alarming rate.

    With this knowledge, why would BP continue to use this product? The answer may be about more than just money. Know world government advocate, Lord Jacob Rothschild is a member of the International Board of Advisers for Blackstone. Peter Sutherland, British Petroleum’s Pacific CEO is involved with such groups as the Trilateral Commission, WHO, and Goldman Sachs. Whether the initial explosion turns out to be a false flag or an accident, the fact is that members of the global elite are completely controlling the situation.

    We will continue to cover the situation in the gulf but we must also understand the grave danger in ignoring the other happenings throughout the world.

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