28th June 2010 00:10
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How to Stop the Gulf Oil Spill
I have been informed that the oil in the gulf has been stopped with a top-kill. I have also discovered that Bill Ryan can be a bigger pinhead than most because of the listening he is afforded by his followers. Trusting a back channel source is no more reliable than a mainstream source as I pointed out in my posts.
I have been informed that the length of pipe below the sea floor has a split, tear, crack running lengthwise. A stopper will only redirect the pressure to the split. My mistake based on insufficient information. My apologies.
- A large metal pipe can accept a cork just as any pipe can. The materials may be different but the principle is the same.
- Make an even / straight cut on the end of the pipe. DONE!
- Make a soft metal (Aluminum, Copper, Brass) stopper, which is self aligning.
- Attach a Weight heavy enough to compensate for the force of the Oil and Gas.
- If the weight is greater than the pipes friction in its hole add brackets to stop it from sinking below the sea floor.
- Lower the Stopper with Weight into position. If a surface crane is too erratic use a Submarine and an ROV to release the weight when in position.
- If you come back and tell me the Pipe can’t support the Weight, then the pipe can’t resist the pressure of the oil either.
- If the US Navy can’t find a Submarine with sufficient buoyancy (with its crew on leave) then the idea is to keep the spill going.
- This is not rocket science fella’s. If you can’t do it, you’re fired! Take your hands out of your pockets and get to work!
Last edited by Thinker; 24th July 2010 at 21:36.
Reason: typo in title
28th June 2010 00:26
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