14th June 2010 15:53
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Re: Questions and Answers about the Gulf Oil Catastrophe
Mel I wanted to publicly honor you with an open heart for the work you have been doing reporting with James Fox and making it available to the general public.
I have always enjoyed your work and style though I have been an strong opponent of the pay for content/truth model.
While you charge for the Disclosure content and interviews, it appears to me that your heart is in the right place and recognize the immediate importance and relevance of the Gulf reporting to everybody.
There is more I could say to this but i will leave it at a heartfelt and profound thank you.
My family and I are truly grateful.
Bill, you said that to call this a Volcano is uninformed.
I would like to hear why you believe this to be the case.
Granted, It does sound a bit far fetched to me, and I doubt we will see a new volcano explode at the bottom of the Gulf, but it does explain the "authorities" response, intense pressure, volatile gasses, mass media blackout, threats of arrest, the no fly zone, ridiculous use of COREXIT ( to disperse volcanic gasses?), etc.
I cant see need for all of the hubbub for an out of control oil leak. I CAN however see that the people in charge and working on the situation are AFRAID. In their own estimation this is bigger than they can handle.
All their activities display that to be the case.
If the Webbot project is legit, and Clif is not an operative in some diabolical mass social experiment conducted by less than scrupulous individuals, then the implications of his findings lend credence in support of the volcano postulation in so far as it is the type of thing that could be so large in magnitude to cause such a significant diaspora.
To think that the powers that were could somehow use an uncontrolled oil gusher as an excuse to forcibly remove 20+ million people from the lower 40* was a thought that had crossed my mind. And, I have heard of the foreign troops in miami, lousiana, and alabama. I also looked into the vehicle build up in Jacksonville. However, i do not believe the powers that were have the skill, power, or ability to pull off such a grand operation. Look at how bad they messed up 9/11, the N Korean frame up of the sinking of the S Korean ship, and Georgia and South Ossetia. They are literally falling over each other after each screwed up operation. I do not give them the power.
I have come to a position where i feel and reason that they have bitten off more than they can chew....and they know it. you can sense and see dissension among the ranks, and the truth shall reveal them to be the ineffective, fearful, cowards that they are.
It is clear that the blow out is indeed a very highly pressurized pocket of oil and gas. More so than our current (public technology) can handle.
In light of the build up of volcanic activity, increase in earthquakes, and general earth changes of this period (cycle) of time i would not so quickly rule out the potential for new volcanoes to emerge, new fault lines to appear, and the topography of the globe to alter dramatically.
As an anecdotal thought, every map i have seen of the "future" includes a significant waterway running from what "were" the great lakes down to the Gulf. If there is any credence whatsoever, beyond far fetched data points to these maps, then it might warrant a thought or two about the effects a new vent would have on the geology and fault lines.
At the very least, what we have is a gusher that contains toxic gasses and oil that will run unabated for quite a while causing much damage to the worlds ecosystems and us. This would fit in with your ex-girlfriends mysterious declaration that the beauty of this world will not always be so.
At the other end of the spectrum the hole is being pressurized due to magma, and the solar system squeeze as we transition through the galactic equator, It IS a volcano, and it starts as a little leak in the proverbial dam and expands to let the rest of the highly pressurized "earthblood" out.
perhaps my imagination is running a bit wild....
perhaps it is just a highly pressurized oil pocket and will just wreak a slow creeping environmental havoc on the world.
or perhaps we are seeing global transformation.
Granted i may be slanted a bit towards the volcano thing because i would rather it be the globe that smacks us down a bit than have it be a diabolical plot by some of my own species to "cull the herd."
I am not holding onto any position to firmly. i am seeking the truth and i am open to learning. I want to know.
This is why i ask for your perspective on why it is uninformed to think it is a sub strata magma deposit is causing the pressure.
thanks for your time and efforts.
14th June 2010 16:04
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