16
Jul
10

Breaking news: BP Oil gusher has broken the Gulf Stream Loop Current

While the idiots at yahoo news produce an article (from AP) with the utterly misleading headline “BP finally stops oil spewing from gulf gusher”, newly available data processed by CCAR (Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research) and satellite images (Jason, Topex/Poseidon, GeosatFollow-On, ERS-2, Envisat) reveal that the vital Gulf Stream Loop Current has been destroyed by the huge underwater oil and dispersant plumes  filling the gulf.

The Gulf Stream plays a crucial role in the thermoregulation of our planet and, as I explained in my last post, any change in it’s behaviour can have far reaching consequences for European temperatures and weather systems worldwide.

Truly we are in an era of corporate anarchy, where bungling, self-interested, corrupt governments allow vast multinationals to trample roughshod over human rights, lives, nature – and our future. We hear media blaring on about so called “black block” anarchists burning a few cars during G-20 events – a joke – while anarchist mega-corporations overturn governments (remember the coup in Iran ? CIA & BP fueled – then called the “Anglo-Persian Oil Company – how times have changed…), kill people (Burma,  Nigeria, many more… now the US ?), break international and local laws, buy government favours, wipe out vast quantities of animal life, and while they are at it, destroy our climate and crash vital ocean currents.

When these soulless entities commit a crime or make a mistake that is too terrible to cover up, governments allow them free reign to  investigate and solve the problem themselves while hindering journalists and investigators. The silence of the environmental organisations and NGOs concerning the Gulf disaster has been deafening – BP invests a lot in big environmental groups and has a lot of say in their policies…

In the Gulf of Mexico, after screwing everything else up BP has a last mad plan to seal the sea bed if everything else fails. Ominously called “Project Omega“, it involves using a cutting edge high-tech superweapon. Yes, we are giving these irresponsable psychos powerful nuclear weapons to play with, incredible though it may seem. This device, called an ‘explosively pumped flux compression generator’ (EPFCG) uses a fusion explosion to power a multi-billion ampere shaped electromagnetic pulse. This briefly produces temperatures higher than the surface of the sun with more energy than hundreds of lighting bolts and is supposed to fuse the rock together to seal the oil channels to the surface – that is, if the huge methane reservoir under the gulf doesn’t explode and wipe out the whole region.

It is high time for citizen oversight of any company or governmental activity that endangers humanity and the world we live in. Governments seem incapable of anything except controlling the “little people” – and don’t even do that very well – and multinational corporations have little if any incentive to be ethical. Millions of bloggers and “netizens” would probably be willing to do it for free !

But that’s just me dreaming of a more just and ethical society – you know: that strange thing they tell you in school that everyone is supposed to naturally strive for and work towards achieving.

My prayers are with the unfortunate souls living in the Gulf area.

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4 Responses to “Breaking news: BP Oil gusher has broken the Gulf Stream Loop Current”


  1. 1 Mattis
    July 16, 2010 at 3:59 am

    The silence of environmental organisations could be explained by boredom : in France, we’ve got 7 massive oil gushers since 1967.
    http://www.bretagne-environnement.org/Risques/Risques-technologiques/Historique-des-marees-noires-en-Bretagne

    The help required was so huge that it overwhelmed every possibility of neutralizing one day the problem (even if oil companies could stop breaking their supertankers on our shores), and no one, as ever, cares.
    So it just brings major fatalism and silence causing a neverending helplessness.

    Now it concerns american shores, so suddenly it becomes a a first priority problem and catastrophe, but it’s useless : all help was spent everywhere else over thirty years, and it’s a cruel wake up to realize it’s always too late when nothing was done before !
    For the french “black tide”, government and oil companies even let local people handle the problem without helping or taking any responsability for the disaster, so good luck in gulf of mexico !

    But maybe we can send those “local people” emergency squads, lol, they are badass in handling those kind of problem with spoons and pins, now ^^

    Let’s cross fingers to keep project omega far away from our seas…

  2. 2 joe
    July 17, 2010 at 2:45 am

    The BP oil-spill (ha ha, some spill!!!) can only be described as an environmental mega-disaster. Watch and listen to the following link/links and remember what you see on he surface is only about 2% of the oil (spilt!).

    http://geraldcelentechannel.blogspot.com/2010/07/gerald-celente-bp-oil-spill-disaster-is.html

    In their over-eagerness to tap the well, BP’s bosses disregarded any danger signs on one of the most perilous drilling locations in the World. In their insane quest for profit these corporate criminals have devastated the entire south coast of America (economically as well as physically) and who knows how much more damage will be caused further afield.

    Stop the planet (or rather those who control it) I want to get off!

  3. 3 Richard Gait
    July 19, 2010 at 6:11 pm

    Are people blind? Something’s comin’, and they won’t see it that’s for sure.

  4. 4 sirburton
    July 20, 2010 at 2:24 am

    10% always see bad things on the horizon soon enough to prepare and endure. The other 90% suffer the consequences of their ignorance.

    Sad but that is how it is.


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