Thursday, June 17, 2010

Another indication that Gulf gusher was deliberate

The BBC has publicized an absurd suggestion to use a "daisy cutter" to seal the well, while downplaying the proven effectiveness of the use of a low-yield nuclear explosive:
Now a former US military scientist has proposed a seemingly radical solution: detonating a massive bomb underwater to seal the leaking well.

It sounds like an extreme measure, but could such a plan actually succeed?

One independent engineer contacted by BBC News agreed that explosives could seal off oil wells. But he also said the plan could make the spill worse.
He says that the GBU-43 Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb, delivered to the site AND THEN DETONATED UNDERWATER [not in a bore hole near the well - a MOAB is far too large to fit] would generate a big enough shock wave to force the leaking pipes shut.

The idea relies on the "implosive" effect of exploding the 8,500kg (18,500lb) munition underwater, collapsing the metal plumbing of the well to seal it up. A Vietnam-era Daisy Cutter bomb could also be used, he said.

Mr Gayl says that, as the MOAB consumes all its own fuel, THE IDEA IS A GREENER OPTION [barf!] than the nuclear weapons allegedly used by the Soviet Union to shut down leaking wells.

In other words, this key mouthpiece of the British oligarchy is pushing an unproven approach which sounds vaguely similar to the proven nuclear approach, but which upon closer scrutiny seems more likely to exacerbate the situation. Why not go with a proven approach, considering the dire circumstances? Because Obama's British masters WANT to make things worse to help them kill off most of the human race. If they're willing to risk making it worse (unlike the nuclear option, which has sealed the well in 5 out of 6 cases, and improved the situation in the remaining case), then it's not far-fetched to assume that they deliberately caused the gusher in the first place.

Get rid of the British Puppet, and expropriate Beyond Pollution, and let some real Americans get in there and fix it!