Thursday, June 17, 2010

Gulf of Mexico: Will the Gas Bubble Burst?





(Coast2Coast) – According to Richard C. Hoagland, insider sources in BP and in U.S. Government say that there is a gas bubble 15-20 Miles across 10+ feet high near BP’s oil well head in the Gulf of Mexico. It may cause an explosion with apocalyptic proportions in weeks or months. The pressure at the well is 100,000 PSI and when the gas explodes it will be like Mount St. Helens going off underwater. It will create a cloud of death and a tsunami wave traveling at 400-600 MPH sinking all vessels around the area as well as drive all hazardous materials including the oil inland.



"As things stand now, the human race is dreaming a hell. But as individuals and as a collective humanity it is our potential to dream of paradise and to create the kingdom of heaven on our Mother Earth. Could it be that the pain in our hearts caused by the hell we have created will spur us on into visions and creations of a world formed in love? It is my prayer and dream, along with a multitude of others who have taught me to dream the Rainbow dream, that each and every one of us learn to dream both while awake and sleeping, the dream of unity and love through divine transformation. This prophecy is a dream and vision that is a potential reality for mankind. It is not an ultimatum. But it is ours to behold and to create if we only dare to dream it together." ~ Aleran (from The Rainbow Dream Vision of Hope)

9 comments:

semuanya OK kot said...

Perhaps there is a misunderstanding. The gas is above the water, and unlikely to convieniently stay in one "clump". But then, "Latino" lives are cheap, aren't they?

semuanya OK kot said...

Or it could be the American meaning of gas, i.e. petrol. Like their trying to coopt the word football and convince the rest of the world that we play "soccer". A truly demented civilization.

Joane said...

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Antares said...

SemuanyaOK - Thanks for always leaving thoughtful comments here. I don't like fearmongering - except when it comes to environmental destruction wrought by human greed and hubris. Nothing is too extreme if we can compel these dinosaur cotrporations to stop logging, mining, drilling, blasting and embarking on totally unnecessary projects with monstrous ecological footprints like the proposed Sabah coal plant, Taib's infernal dams, and Najib's nuclear reactor! Technology is no damn good if it kills rather serves us.

Joane - Have emailed you directly.

masterwordsmith said...

Dear Antares

Thank you very much for this alert and for all the postings on the environmental threats that we are facing.

The prayer from The Rainbow Dream Vision of Hope) is certainly a fitting close to such a post that foretells much that many would not want to acknowledge.

Take care and have a pleasant evening!

Cheers to you, my dear Antares!

Oxymoron said...

A tsunami stopped the war in Aceh. Maybe a tsunami in the Gulf of Mexico will stop all the wars the US is involved in. That will be a good thing.

Anonymous said...

a new one...the oil gusher is radioactive?

http://rense.com/general91/glf.htm

Anonymous said...

more on the oil gusher

http://rense.com/general91/d2se.htm

Anonymous said...

Explosion at California water fuel research company kills inventor

http://pesn.com/2010/06/18/9501662_water-fuel-research_Explosion_kills_inventor/

Note: there were many of such incidents...why ah?