Sure Looks Like An Oil Volcano

Sure Looks Like An Oil Volcano

MUST SEE VIDEO: Lindsey Williams on Alex Jones about the oil volcano that is being covered up by BP and the government.  Mr. Williams states that he has an contact inside BP that has disclosed to him that BP was drilling far deeper than reported, and that the PSI is at around 70,000; far beyond human capacity to close.  He also states that toxic gases are being released into the air and the gulf states are at risk.

Do these images from the video below look like an oil leak or a volcano (29:35).  After watching this video, I have no doubt that it a volcano and the strict media blackout and closure of the airspace over the disaster reinforces that belief.

(H/T PM for the vid)

Frank Luntz’ Focus Group On The Oil Leak Disaster

Sean Hannity has Frank Luntz and his New Orleans’ focus group on for their reaction to how the oil leak disaster has been handled by the Obama administration, British Petroleum, and Obama’s tushy comment.

Mr. Luntz is shocked at the very beginning of the segment by this group of Louisianans that does not believe oil drilling should stop because the rigs will then move overseas and America will become much more dependent on foreign oil.

Oil Spill Headed For Florida

Oil Spill Headed For Florida

(Editor’s Note: This is my ‘we are so screwed’ post for 6.2.2010 unless Barry pulls a FUBAR with the Israeli situation.  Does anybody have current information on what I’mADinnerJacket over in Iran is doing right now?  Is Israel about to get hit on many fronts?)

The winds are moving in just the right direction to bring the oil leak ashore on Florida beaches.  The spill is currently 9.5 miles from Pensacola Beach, and expected to come ashore soon.

Oil could hit Florida Panhandle by Wednesday

PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla. — A Florida beach might get hit with oil from the Deepwater Horizon accident for the first time Wednesday as sheen likely caused by the accident was reported less than 10 miles off Pensacola Beach.

A charter boat captain reported the oil Tuesday afternoon and state and local environmental officials confirmed that it was about 9.5 miles offshore. Winds are forecast to blow from the south and west, pushing the outer edges of massive slick from the spill closer to western Panhandle beaches.

Emergency crews began Tuesday scouring the beaches for oil and shoring up miles of boom. Escambia County will use it to block oil from reaching inland waterways, but plans to leave beaches unprotected because they are too difficult to protect and easier to clean up.

The spill’s arrival coincides with the beginning of the Panhandle’s summer tourism season, which normally brings millions of dollars to the region.

“It’s inevitable that we will see it on the beaches,” said Keith Wilkins, Escambia’s deputy chief of neighborhood and community services.

The oil has been creeping toward Florida since the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded on April 20, killing 11 workers and eventually collapsing into the Gulf of Mexico. An estimated 20 million to 40 million gallons of oil has spewed into the Gulf, eclipsing the 11 million that leaked from the Exxon Valdez disaster. The rig was being operated for petroleum giant BP, which has tried unsuccessfully for six week to stanch the oil.

The Florida report followed an orange and oily mess washing up on Alabama’s beaches earlier Tuesday. Crews cleaned up the oil that they described as having the consistency of a “tarry mousse,” but health officials closed the beaches to swimming.

Pensacola Beach officials said their request for about $150,000 from BP to buy sifting machines and a tractor to help remove oil from the beach’s famous white sands has lingered unanswered for more than three weeks. BP has promised it will pay any expenses, but Panhandle officials say the bureaucracy has been slow. Some think the Federal Emergency Management Agency should be running the cleanup operation, not BP.  (FEMA?  These guys couldn’t find New Orleans after Katrina.)

Meanwhile, BP has cut the well pipe in order to install a cap.  The oil output has increased with no guarantee that this maneuver is going to work any better than the previous.  Everybody start praying.

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Oil Leak or Oil Volcano?

Oil Leak or Oil Volcano?

A few weeks ago I received some information that advanced the theory that the BP oil leak is actually an oil volcano, and that attempts to seal the leak would fail. It appears that the theory may be correct after watching some side by side videos and images.

The BP oil leak on 5.23.2010. Notice the white plume next to the black plume.

An AP video from 5.20.2010 which shows the white plume in the background and what appears to be volcanic ejecta floating down.

Now, video of an underwater volcano “erupting from NOAA’s Submarine Ring of Fire expeditions.” 3.20.2009

So exactly how screwed are we today? I’m so glad that Obama and one of his biggest campaign contributors are handling this crisis. We should be hearing the truth any minute now. (snark)

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