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Quote:This is it. It’s over. Get ready for the most insane year of your life. 5 years. 10 years. One day you will look back at your life right now and think about how easy it was, how innocent. We are on the cusp of total collapse, right at the precipice.

If you’re like most people you probably have already decided that I am exaggerating without knowing why I am saying this. Well let me make it clear that I also wish I was exaggerating. I don’t sell survival equipment or gold. My job is not recession proof. I have a family. I didn’t wake up today and randomly decide to declare that this is the end of life as we know it. But I do research. I make calls and tune into radio, scouring the internet for news clips and analysis. I make a concerted effort to only quote trustworthy sources. The information that has emerged over the past few days confirms fears that this is actually an “Armageddon” event. I am being completely serious.

Check it: The oil, spewing out at 20,000 to 70,000 psi, and the sediment within it has eroded the very walls of the well itself in several areas. This means that this is now an uncontainable gusher that is literally spewing oil up from dozens of sites across the gulf floor. The massive oil pocket tapped under immense pressure is now spewing out into the seabed. Capping the well does nothing. The oil pocket is tapped, the pipe is eroded and the oil is now spewing up to the ocean floor with intense pressure. Plumes are being generated everywhere. They cannot stop this. Human technology cannot contain a liquid at that pressure, especially at that depth under the ocean. We simply do not have the technology or know-how to fix this. We don’t. The relief wells are essentially useless now because the original well cannot be plugged so oil will always flow out of it regardless of how many other wells they dig. They needed to get into the pipe, fill the old pipe with mud and cement and then divert the oil into the new well. But because the tapped oil pocket is sand blasting itself routes to the surface that grow each day in diameter due to the eroding walls and passageways, there is no “well” to fill. That is because whats left of the well is already dissolving. And each day that passes until they drill their so-called “relief wells” will only see the oil finding new routes through the escapes it has carved through erosion of the pipes and rock. Thad Allen, the head of the US Coast Guard, has said that the oil isn’t all flowing up the pipe anymore but is now “in communication” with the seabed and the surrounding soft rock formation. It is now blasting its own wells.

Ya, that’s bad, but that isn’t even the scary part. Hydrogen Sulfide, Benzene, Methylene Chloride, and other toxic gases are also spewing out along with the oil. In concentrations hundreds and thousands of times greater than what is considered safe for humans. Lethal levels. When the hurricanes come they will absorb this toxic seawater and drop it as rain. Literally toxic rain. Let me guess, toxic rain doesn’t scare you. The biggest threat is already actualized with the chemicals entering the atmosphere and being carried around by the wind.

“The media coverage of the BP oil disaster to date has focused largely on the threats to wildlife, but the latest evaluation of air monitoring data shows a serious threat to human health from airborne chemicals emitted by the ongoing deepwater gusher,” the Institute for Southern Studies blog reported on May 10.

Any one of these chemicals in these concentrations would be lethal. Mixed together it’s truly unthinkable.

The fragile US economy, in the midst of a feeble attempt at a jobless recovery, overstretched by war and out of control spending is not equipped to handle a disaster of this magnitude. No country in the world could. Remember how well they handled the Katrina thing? This makes Katrina look like a grade school fire drill. Well I wonder how well they will do this time as they prepare to evacuate entire cities and states. See this and this. Once the evacuations begin the markets will tank. Once people are forced to grasp what is happening around them the global economy will come to a screeching halt as it’s engine, the USA, sinks into the throes of the worst environmental disaster in the history of the world. This will cause a dollar confidence crisis. Enraged citizens will riot and loot with no hope of a decent life ahead of them. Martial law will be declared.

They have no way to stop this, only a theory that maybe a nuke would implode the oil pocket. Ya, we’re talking about nuking the earths crust under the ocean. Eventually the oil will make it’s way around the world as the entire oil deposit is unleashed into the ocean.

Are you buying the crap coming from BP? The bogus press releases and the downplayed assessments? They’ve been lying through their teeth, censoring the media and destroying evidence. If you trust them, you have some problems.

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Is this shit for real!?!??!!

FUCK FUCK FUUUUUUUUUUUCK!
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ITT: Mystery doing his usual fearmongery and conspiracy theories.

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If we are screwed then humanity is going to die so yay and if not then Ima go eat me another piece of cold fried chicken from the fridge.

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Faby Wrote:ITT: Mystery doing his usual fearmongery and conspiracy theories.

*Tentaclerape*
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Leon Kinotolian Wrote:
Faby Wrote:ITT: Mystery doing his usual fearmongery and conspiracy theories.
Also, about the nuke thing, the Soviets did that awhile back when they had an oil gusher, and it handled it very well.

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HAI 2 FEAR MONGERING

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Capitalism literally ending the world?

Fuck.

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Akai Wrote:Capitalism literally ending the world?

Fuck.

Only in capitalism we need energy?
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psychopath Wrote:
Akai Wrote:Capitalism literally ending the world?

Fuck.

Only in capitalism we need energy?

Only in capitalism we depend on oil, a finite and polluting resource, for that energy. Why? Corporate profit motive.

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Raikuron Wrote:Is this shit for real!?!??!!

FUCK FUCK FUUUUUUUUUUUCK!

Like Faby said, I'm calling bullshit on this one. If it came from a respectable source, I may believe it, but as it is, this is probably bullshit. Those pipes are incredibly strong (note - they needed diamond saws to cut them. Now that there is not much pressure (ironically due to the gusher), simple erosion cannot wear them down. These pipes are built to have oil flow through them, remember.

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It's Mystery. Did you people really fall for this shit for even one second?
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Akai Wrote:Only in capitalism we depend on oil, a finite and polluting resource, for that energy. Why? Corporate profit motive.

Accidents can happen in any system, nuclear reactors can fuck up, buildings can blow up, cars can crash. The only problem I see here is whether they assessed the risks and dealt with them properly beforehand, and whether they will deal with the problem now that it's occured.

There doesn't need to be an evil plot behind everything.
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~Mystery~ Wrote:John Doty Jr
June 14, 2010
Quote:This is it. It’s over. Get ready for the most insane year of your life. 5 years. 10 years. One day you will look back at your life right now and think about how easy it was, how innocent. We are on the cusp of total collapse, right at the precipice.

If you’re like most people you probably have already decided that I am exaggerating without knowing why I am saying this. Well let me make it clear that I also wish I was exaggerating. I don’t sell survival equipment or gold. My job is not recession proof. I have a family. I didn’t wake up today and randomly decide to declare that this is the end of life as we know it. But I do research. I make calls and tune into radio, scouring the internet for news clips and analysis. I make a concerted effort to only quote trustworthy sources. The information that has emerged over the past few days confirms fears that this is actually an “Armageddon” event. I am being completely serious.

Check it: The oil, spewing out at 20,000 to 70,000 psi, and the sediment within it has eroded the very walls of the well itself in several areas. This means that this is now an uncontainable gusher that is literally spewing oil up from dozens of sites across the gulf floor. The massive oil pocket tapped under immense pressure is now spewing out into the seabed. Capping the well does nothing. The oil pocket is tapped, the pipe is eroded and the oil is now spewing up to the ocean floor with intense pressure. Plumes are being generated everywhere. They cannot stop this. Human technology cannot contain a liquid at that pressure, especially at that depth under the ocean. We simply do not have the technology or know-how to fix this. We don’t. The relief wells are essentially useless now because the original well cannot be plugged so oil will always flow out of it regardless of how many other wells they dig. They needed to get into the pipe, fill the old pipe with mud and cement and then divert the oil into the new well. But because the tapped oil pocket is sand blasting itself routes to the surface that grow each day in diameter due to the eroding walls and passageways, there is no “well” to fill. That is because whats left of the well is already dissolving. And each day that passes until they drill their so-called “relief wells” will only see the oil finding new routes through the escapes it has carved through erosion of the pipes and rock. Thad Allen, the head of the US Coast Guard, has said that the oil isn’t all flowing up the pipe anymore but is now “in communication” with the seabed and the surrounding soft rock formation. It is now blasting its own wells.

Ya, that’s bad, but that isn’t even the scary part. Hydrogen Sulfide, Benzene, Methylene Chloride, and other toxic gases are also spewing out along with the oil. In concentrations hundreds and thousands of times greater than what is considered safe for humans. Lethal levels. When the hurricanes come they will absorb this toxic seawater and drop it as rain. Literally toxic rain. Let me guess, toxic rain doesn’t scare you. The biggest threat is already actualized with the chemicals entering the atmosphere and being carried around by the wind.

“The media coverage of the BP oil disaster to date has focused largely on the threats to wildlife, but the latest evaluation of air monitoring data shows a serious threat to human health from airborne chemicals emitted by the ongoing deepwater gusher,” the Institute for Southern Studies blog reported on May 10.

Any one of these chemicals in these concentrations would be lethal. Mixed together it’s truly unthinkable.

The fragile US economy, in the midst of a feeble attempt at a jobless recovery, overstretched by war and out of control spending is not equipped to handle a disaster of this magnitude. No country in the world could. Remember how well they handled the Katrina thing? This makes Katrina look like a grade school fire drill. Well I wonder how well they will do this time as they prepare to evacuate entire cities and states. See this and this. Once the evacuations begin the markets will tank. Once people are forced to grasp what is happening around them the global economy will come to a screeching halt as it’s engine, the USA, sinks into the throes of the worst environmental disaster in the history of the world. This will cause a dollar confidence crisis. Enraged citizens will riot and loot with no hope of a decent life ahead of them. Martial law will be declared.

They have no way to stop this, only a theory that maybe a nuke would implode the oil pocket. Ya, we’re talking about nuking the earths crust under the ocean. Eventually the oil will make it’s way around the world as the entire oil deposit is unleashed into the ocean.

Are you buying the crap coming from BP? The bogus press releases and the downplayed assessments? They’ve been lying through their teeth, censoring the media and destroying evidence. If you trust them, you have some problems.

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Its lame that US declined help from Britain when they offered it.

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The oil was spilled in preparation for the 13th baktun.

EDIT: We'll see what happens this hurricane season. It should only be a few more months before we find out the truth.
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Akai Wrote:Only in capitalism we depend on oil, a finite and polluting resource, for that energy. Why? Corporate profit motive.

Accidents can happen in any system, nuclear reactors can fuck up, buildings can blow up, cars can crash. The only problem I see here is whether they assessed the risks and dealt with them properly beforehand, and whether they will deal with the problem now that it's occured.

There doesn't need to be an evil plot behind everything.

My point is that an economic system that is based on people rather than profits would be running on a much safer energy source.

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Yea, the whole reason they didn't fix the problem before it got out of hand was because they wanted to save money on trying to fix the well instead of just cutting it off and starting a new one. This could have been prevented if it weren't for people attempting to ensure profits. We could very easily use alternative energy sources, but the oil companies and other large energy producers ensure we don't switch over. However, slowly but surely people are going to see the need for such alternative energy sources and the oil companies will invest in it.

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Absentinsomniac Wrote:Yea, the whole reason they didn't fix the problem before it got out of hand was because they wanted to save money on trying to fix the well instead of just cutting it off and starting a new one. This could have been prevented if it weren't for people attempting to ensure profits. We could very easily use alternative energy sources, but the oil companies and other large energy producers ensure we don't switch over. However, slowly but surely people are going to see the need for such alternative energy sources and the oil companies will invest in it.

I don't think it's going to be slowly but surely. I think people are going to very suddenly see the need for alternative energy sources once there's literally no more oil left to be had.

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Absentinsomniac Wrote:Yea, the whole reason they didn't fix the problem before it got out of hand was because they wanted to save money on trying to fix the well instead of just cutting it off and starting a new one. This could have been prevented if it weren't for people attempting to ensure profits. We could very easily use alternative energy sources, but the oil companies and other large energy producers ensure we don't switch over. However, slowly but surely people are going to see the need for such alternative energy sources and the oil companies will invest in it.

I don't think it's going to be slowly but surely. I think people are going to very suddenly see the need for alternative energy sources once there's literally no more oil left to be had.

Maybe, but I don't think we will suddenly run out of oil. If anything it will deplete slowly. Perhaps there will be a third world war in the middle east over the oil reserves. Who knows. I don't think it will suddenly run out though.

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Absentinsomniac Wrote:Yea, the whole reason they didn't fix the problem before it got out of hand was because they wanted to save money on trying to fix the well instead of just cutting it off and starting a new one. This could have been prevented if it weren't for people attempting to ensure profits. We could very easily use alternative energy sources, but the oil companies and other large energy producers ensure we don't switch over. However, slowly but surely people are going to see the need for such alternative energy sources and the oil companies will invest in it.

I don't think it's going to be slowly but surely. I think people are going to very suddenly see the need for alternative energy sources once there's literally no more oil left to be had.

Maybe, but I don't think we will suddenly run out of oil. If anything it will deplete slowly. Perhaps there will be a third world war in the middle east over the oil reserves. Who knows. I don't think it will suddenly run out though.

I guess we'll see what happens. There's going to be a bit less oil on the market now that the spill happened.

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Should be interesting. Laugh

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But the thing is, no matter what system, the risks should be assessed properly and dealt with properly. If there was a danger then they should've fixed it no matter what system.

I'm not going to argue with narrow minded people that preach one system like a religion(COUGH AKAI COUGH).
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psychopath Wrote:But the thing is, no matter what system, the risks should be assessed properly and dealt with properly. If there was a danger then they should've fixed it no matter what system.
I agree, that goes without saying.

psychopath Wrote:I'm not going to argue with narrow minded people that preach one system like a religion(COUGH AKAI COUGH).
I don't see how I'm being narrow minded. Also, unlike most religious preachers, I'm offering dialectical reasoning for my claims.

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Oil spills are serious though especially when there are plenty of species that are involved being hurt by it when it isn't their fault, but what mystery had said is all made of bullshit most likely from a unreliable source.

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Re: This is it Oil Disaster Will Be End of Life As We Know It..

VisualStyly Wrote:Oil spills are serious though especially when there are plenty of species that are involved being hurt by it when it isn't their fault, but what mystery had said is all made of bullshit most likely from a unreliable source.

Shit man, you had to mention the animals? I'm going to feel sad now, I fucking love animals. :(

06-17-2010 02:35 AM
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There was a incident where a large amount of animals were involved into the spill and they're trying to clean it although oil is hard to get rid off fur.

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VisualStyly Wrote:There was a incident where a large amount of animals were involved into the spill and they're trying to clean it although oil is hard to get rid off fur.

Maybe they can use some really good dishwashing liquid, or something...

06-17-2010 02:49 AM
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