Thank you, Bill, I am glad the issue of intentions was brought up. In light of things, IMHO, there is always a higher perspective to things. On a lower level you could see the intentions as destructive - on a higher level as a learning experience that needs to be mastered now in a greater picture.Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
The problems are at an INTENTIONAL level - it's not REALLY about engineering. As you may know, there already exists working technology that is hundreds if not thousands of years ahead of what's currently publicly available.
This is a 'political' problem [not party politics, but referring to the intentions of those who are trying to determine the fate of the planet and the direction we all take - for whatever reasons of their own].
It's not REALLY an engineering problem. That's the cover story.... or, rather, the excuse.
Maybe we really NEED to tap into higher technologies NOW to resolve this oil gusher - I suddenly had this urgent feeling, this gusher was only the "WARM UP LESSON" to emergencies of the imminent earth changes to come.
Leaving all the destructive crap aside for a moment and attempting to see all this in a purely positive light: If, as you said - and I totally agree with you there, technologies exist that are thousands of years ahead of publicly allowed knowledge -- maybe this event is the triggering stone to start uncovering and channeling and allowing some of these technologies to resolve adequately, efficiently and positively the situation at hand. If we collectively ask for solutions, they will come.
If we have volcanoes starting to erupt in greater quantities in the next few years, gushers of much greater proportion could start gushing - and IMHO, we should simply be ready and know how to "repair" the earth crust. Hopefully, we can turn this situation into a positive and constructive lesson learned.