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The Hidden Texts of Nostradamus
Part 4: Oil Spill
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
In the three weeks since the April 20th 2010 explosion and sinking of
the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, and the start
of the subsequent massive (and ongoing) oil leak, many attempts have
been made to contain and control the scale of the environmental
disaster. Oil dispersants are being sprayed, containment booms
erected, protective barriers built, controlled burns undertaken, and
devices are being lowered to the sea floor to try and cap the leaks,
with little success to date. While tracking the volume of the
continued flow of oil is difficult, an estimated 5,000 barrels of
oil (possibly much more) continues to pour into the gulf every day.
While visible damage to shorelines has been minimal to date as the
oil has spread slowly, the scene remains, in the words of President Obama, a "potentially unprecedented environmental disaster."
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has grown to an estimated 3.5
million gallons. The massive concrete and steel dome that BP
officials lowered over the leak to try to contain it did not work.
BP's next plan involves throwing trash at the leak. Seriously. BP
engineers are examining whether they can close the failed blowout
preventer by stuffing it with trash.The foul stench of the oil spill
has already drifted over some parts of southwestern Louisiana.
This satellite photo made Thursday, April 29, 2010 and provided
by NASA shows the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico as it closes in on
the Pass a Loutre area of Plaquemines Parish, La. As the oil from
the massive spill in the Gulf of Mexico was starting to ooze ashore
Friday, officials told the Press-Register that the worst-case
scenario could arise should a wellhead at the Deepwater Horizon rig
site fail. [ AP Photo/NASA ]
The worst-case scenario for the broken and leaking well gushing
oil into the Gulf of Mexico would be the loss of the wellhead
currently restricting the flow to 5,000 barrels -- or 210,000
gallons per day. If the wellhead is lost, oil could leave the well
at a much greater rate, perhaps up to 150,000 barrels -- or more
than 6 million gallons per day -- based on government data showing
daily production at another deepwater Gulf well. By comparison, the
Exxon Valdez spill was 11 million gallons total. The Gulf spill
could end up dumping the equivalent of 4 Exxon Valdez spills per
week. "Typically, a very good well in the Gulf can produce 30,000
barrels a day, but that's under control. I have no idea what an
uncontrolled release could be," said Stephen Sears, chairman of the
petroleum engineering department at Louisiana State University.
Oil flows out of the top of the transition spool, which was
placed into BP's gushing wellhead and will house the new containment
cap, at the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of
Mexico earlly Monday.
[ BP image via AP]
An aerial view of the oil leaked from the
Deepwater Horizon wellhead, May 6, 2010. (REUTERS/Daniel Beltra)
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The Hidden Texts of Nostradamus -
Part 4: Oil Spill
© H C Parks & A
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Spill may be [over] 40,000 barrels per day (06/11/2010) The amount of oil spilling into the Gulf of Mexico
from the blown-out Deepwater Horizon well may be 40,000 (?) barrels,
well above the official government estimate of 12,000 and 19,000 barrels a day,
according to an official with the U.S. Geological Survey. MONGABAY "Heard your mention of the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico
this morning, and you (and most everyone else except maybe George
Noory) are totally missing the boat on how big and bad a disaster this is.
First fact, the original estimate was about 5,000 gallons of oil
a day spilling into the ocean. Now they're saying 200,000 gallons a
day. That's over a million gallons of crude oil a week!
I'm an engineer with 25 years experience. I've worked on some big
projects with big machines. Maybe that's why this mess is so clear
First, the BP platform was drilling for what they call deep oil.
They go out where the ocean is about 5,000 feet deep and drill
another 30,000 feet into the crust of the earth. This it right on the edge of what human
technology can do. Well, this time they hit a pocket of oil at such
high pressure that it burst all of their safety valves all the way up to the drilling
rig and then caused the rig to explode and sink. Take a moment to
grasp the import of that. The pressure behind this oil is so high that it destroyed the
maximum effort of human science to contain it. When the rig sank it flipped over and landed on top of the drill
hole some 5,000 feet under the ocean. Now they've got a hole in the ocean floor, 5,000 feet down with a
wrecked oil drilling rig sitting on top of it spewing [maybe] up to
200,000 (?) barrels of oil a day into the ocean. Take a moment and consider that, will
First they have to get the oil rig off the hole to get at it in
order to try to cap it. Do you know the level of effort it will take
to move that wrecked oil rig, sitting under 5,000 feet of water? That operation alone would
take years and hundreds of millions to accomplish. Then, how do you
cap that hole in the muddy ocean floor? There just is no way. No way. The only piece of human technology that might address this is a
nuclear bomb. I'm not kidding. If they put a nuke down there in the
right spot it might seal up the hole. Nothing short of that will work. If we can't cap that hole that oil is going to destroy the oceans
of the world. It only takes one quart of motor oil to make 250,000
gallons of ocean water toxic to wildlife. Are you starting to get the magnitude of
We're so used to our politicians creating false crises to forward
their criminal agendas that we aren't recognizing that we're staring
straight into possibly the greatest disaster mankind will ever see. Imagine
what happens if that oil keeps flowing until it destroys all life in
the oceans of this planet. Who knows how big of a reservoir of oil is down there. Not to mention that the oceans are critical to maintaining the
proper oxygen level in the atmosphere for human life. We're humped. Unless God steps in and fixes this. No human can.
You can be sure of that!
"Heard your mention of the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico
this morning, and you (and most everyone else except maybe George
Noory) are totally missing the boat on how big and bad a disaster
this is. [ Unable to source the author ].
Dolphins, sharks, crabs, stingrays, mullets and schools of fish
are swimming unusually close to Gulf of Mexico shores, apparently
because the outer waters are now so badly polluted by BP's gushing crude oil
disaster that is causing life-giving oxygen levels in the Gulf to
drop dangerously low. The BP oil contains 40% methane compared to typical crude oil that has
5% methane. Shoreline water is cleaner and has more oxygen. When
oxygen levels decrease and marine organisms die, the natural breakdown of the
oil also stops, compounding the environmental threat.
Further, there is growing concern about new fissures and cracks
visible in BP's live video feeds from the gushing hole a mile down.
Experts say the pressure of the methane gas underneath BP's “Macondo” oil hole
could be as high as 100,000 pounds per square inch (psi). There is
no oil industry technology that can cap such ultra high pressure. What happens if
the methane gas explodes uncontrollably? A Gulf tsunami could hit
Update: Also on June 23, 2010, Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen
reported that BP's containment cap was removed after a robotic
vehicle bumped into a cap vent and closed it, which could cause a build up of hydrate
crystals. Allen also said that two oil recovery workers in the Gulf
of Mexico died, one swimming and the other operating a boat.
Methane and Climate Change: From the Amazon to the Gulf of Mexico
(20/6/2010) In surveying the environmental damage unleashed from
the BP oil spill, could we be missing the 800-pound gorilla in the
closet? While oil poses undeniable ecological risks, methane (CH4)
could prove daunting as well. As it turns out, crude which is
destroying the Gulf of Mexico contains about 40 percent methane
which may suffocate marine life and create vast “dead zones” where
oxygen becomes so depleted that nothing is allowed to live.
9 36 2
May 8, 1997,
Interview with Edward Leverne Moragne, Ph.D.:
“Well, that's true
pretty much. But the legs didn't fold up. The stairway they came
down slid back up and closed. Our military people tried every way in
the world to get into that spacecraft. They even took electronic
torches that use hydrogen and
active bromides and
electricity to try to cut the metal. But they never could cut it.
That crew burned and boiled at that craft for a week or ten days.
L.M.H. - FOR A WEEK OR TEN DAYS, OUR MILITARY TRIED TO CUT INTO THE
E.L.M. - Yeah, they tried all different spots along the craft.
WERE THERE ANY BURN MARKS OR CUTS?
No. You couldn't even tell where they were trying to burn that
DO YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENED THAT CAUSED THE SPACECRAFT AND THE
HUMANOIDS TO LAND AT EDWARDS AFB?
No, I wasn't out there at that time. I was in Chicago - we were
working in the stadium in Chicago (Fermi lab).
WHEN DID THE SPACECRAFT AND HUMANOIDS LAND AT EDWARDS AFB?
Some time around 1964.
THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN 20 YEARS AFTER THE MANHATTAN PROJECT TO DEVELOP
THE ATOMIC BOMB?
That's right. The thing was that Albert Einstein had a theory that
light was the source of all the laws of physics - that it would tie
in with the planets, with the speed of sound, speed of light, tie in
with everything. And if so, why shouldn't light tie in with human
beings? There would be somewhere that light had something to do with
us humans depending upon the genes we had in our bodies. That's why
we had all those medical scientists up there working. We were trying
to find things in the human system that no one had ever found
before. We knew we are producing electricity.
IN OUR BODIES?
Yes, there is current running through humans. Einstein died (in
1955) still trying to work that theory out. But I have racks of
papers that he and Fermi, myself and (Robert) Oppenheimer worked on.
Edward Teller was distant from us always. He was trying to get a
hydrogen bomb before we even got the plutonium bomb.
DO YOU REMEMBER HOW OLD YOU WERE WHEN THE SPACECRAFT AND HUMANOIDS
LANDED AT EDWARDS AFB?
(We calculated he would have been 49-years-old in 1964). I'm pretty
sure it was 1964 when we got that call from Edwards AFB because I
had just bought a new car and they had changed the models. It was a
Thunderbird and the prettiest car I'd ever seen. It was a low car
and I'd gotten a light blue color. I was driving from Chicago. By
the way, it didn't start at Edwards AFB. It was up there in Nevada
in the desert where the big disc landed, out in the boondocks. There
were some sheep ranchers that called the U. S. Army at the research
station there near Las Vegas and told them this big, round thing had
landed up there and they had three men laying on the ground. The
ranchers thought they were human beings. I still say they were
robots. They had no vein
system at all. They were just filled up with liquid.
YOU MEAN LIKE A TUBE WITH LIQUID IN IT?
They felt like a body, like ours.
They had muscle, tendons
and everything else that you could feel. But if you made a
slight cut in one, it was
like a brownish-looking oil came out. The military tried to
sew the cut up in a hurry, but they didn't have to sew it because
the cut healed in just a matter of minutes.
Continued in four parts from the Interview Linda
Moulton-Howe see files BACK ENGINEERING & FORRESTALL
NOSTREDAMUS HAS LINES REGARDING FORRESTALL...
BP's Gulf Oil Disaster Reaching Record-Breaking 140 Million
Gallons Since April 22, with Lots of Methane.
July 1, 2010 Linda Moulton-Howe Earthfiles.com
“The levels of methane in the deep Gulf waters that we're seeing
are unbelievably high. I've never seen levels like this in the ocean
before.” - John Kessler, Ph.D., Chemical Oceanographer, Texas A & M
Based on U. S. government estimates, today the British Petroleum
(BP) oil disaster will break the record for most massive oil spill
in Gulf of Mexico history when the methane-rich crude oil passes
the140 million gallon mark. Until now, the Permex Ixtoc I oil
blowout in the Gulf was the biggest, lasting from June 3, 1979,
until March 23, 1980, spilling 3 million barrels (126 million
gallons). The BP oil hole is spewing crude that is 40% natural
gas/methane that can end up depleting oxygen and causing one or more
dead zones where marine life cannot live.
Note from Helen Parks:
If this methane ignites, the actual atmosphere will go up in
flames in the area In the work I am doing on the Hidden Texts of
Nostredamus, he says for the decoder/s to work on the FIRE chapter
next, and that next year will be the “heating year”. He already said
that this year will be the year of “irate seas” and flooding. We
(the decoders) call him T.T. for short now. T.T. for Time Traveller.
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