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Fort Walton, FL “covered in oil and dispersant” (PHOTOS)
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Uit de link van Combi...

En ik meende dat Fr3bzy hier ook een topic over was begonnen, weet alleen niet meer waar ie staat!

Physician says “this may be a brand new illness” — Swimmer covered in oily substance diagnosed with “rare” bacteria similar to oil-eating microbes (video)

- Went swimming at Best Western in Fort Walton Beach, FL
- “Baby you’ve got all this orange stuff all over you”
- Little orange beads, tried to get it off but it just smeared in
- Like burnt orange sun tan oil
- Something worse than Jaws
- Children were out there too
- Spent 90 days in bed… like an induced sleep
- Every pore in body pouring out fluid
- “Like something out of a zombie film”
- Throwing up dark brown substance, the texture of grits
- Symptoms began one month after swimming in mid-July
- Lungs began to fill with cold fluid
- “This guy is going to die”
- At 15:25 — Doctor: This may be a brand new illness
- Diagnosed with chemical exposure
- At 17:25 — Toxicology report shows rare, negative bacteria in body similar to microbes that eat oil
- Still having symptoms, night sweats, sharp stabbing pain, stomach problems, lungs drowning in own acid



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Tony Hayward could face Texas court over Deepwater Horizon case

BP's former chief may be called to give evidence in US according to prospectus for his comeback venture, Vallares

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Monday 20 June 2011 20.27 BST
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Tony Hayward, the former boss of BP, is likely to be summoned by US lawyers to give further evidence to a Texas court about last year's Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

The case, led by investors in the oil group, has been filed against various defendants including BP and Hayward over the adequacy of the group's safety measures and its historical safety record.

The expected summons follows a deposition given by Hayward earlier this month to Louisiana litigators over combined compensation claims against BP, which allege personal injury, wrongful death and property damage.

News of the latest hearing was revealed in the listing prospectus of Vallares, the cash shell created by Hayward and the financier Nat Rothschild that raised £1.35bn last week to invest in oil and gas businesses in emerging markets.

The prospectus warns investors: "In the case of Mr Hayward, the company cannot rule out the possibility that he may be required to spend time responding to charges, investigations, lawsuits or other proceedings deriving from the oil spill from the oil rig 'Deepwater Horizon' in the Gulf of Mexico … It is possible that Mr Hayward will also sit for a separate deposition in relation to the Texas MDL [multi-district litigation]".

While insisting that criminal proceedings against Hayward are unlikely, the document adds: "The company cannot exclude the possibility that US federal or state agencies will pursue criminal charges or regulatory proceedings against Mr Hayward at some point in the future … It is possible that in the course of any investigation, US federal or state agencies may ask Mr Hayward to provide documents or testimony."

Vallares represents the start of corporate rehabilitation for Hayward following a terrible 2010, during which he was savaged by critics over his handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Barack Obama, the US president, even said he would have sacked Hayward for downplaying the catastrophe, and he eventually left the company last autumn.

The prospectus reveals further details of Hayward's comeback. He is using a large chunk of borrowed funds, having been lent an amount that "will not exceed £2m … from an affiliate of Credit Suisse" to acquire his stake in the new venture.

In total Hayward, whose experience of the oil and gas markets is considered vital by Vallares in its efforts to find high-quality investments, subscribed to £2.4m worth of shares at £10 each alongside other investors. As a founder, he was also allowed to buy 1.6m more shares at an average price of £1 each, although most of the cheap shares can only be traded after Vallares has made a transaction, with a further portion converting after the share price has reached a certain level.

The prospectus also documents the rise of Rothschild, who is now valued at about £1bn, via his interests in ventures such as Vallares' forerunner, Vallar, which has invested in Indonesian coal assets, and the Atticus hedge fund. The document states: "[Rothschild's] hedge fund investment and advisory activities, and business interests, on which he spent the majority of his time between 1996 and early 2011, have generated in excess of $850m [£510m] from initial capital put at risk of approximately $50m."
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The Great Gulf Coast Holocaust Pt 1
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Date: 06-27-2011
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“The law does not pretend to punish everything that is dishonest. That would seriously interfere with business.” Clarence S. Darrow

It’s been labeled the worst environmental disaster in world history, and rightfully so, because the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is like the nightmarish gift that keeps on giving.

On April 20, 2010, the Macondo well blew out resulting in the loss of 11 lives, sank the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig and spilled an estimated five million barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. BP’s swath of destruction has included the decimation of the welfare, livelihoods, health and futures of tens of millions of Gulf Coast residents, not to mention the destruction of the fragile ecology in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is first of a multi-part series which answer questions in five specific areas related to the oil spill with regard to the actions of BP, its corporate Gulf Coast partners and the federal government before, during and after the catastrophe. These areas of inquiry include the following:

(1) Has BP made full restitution to the oil spill victims?

(2) Has BP’s actions, as a result of the attempted clean up following the oil spill, resulted in serious health concerns for untold numbers of Gulf Coast residents and is United States government and the main stream media complicit in covering up the scope and the magnitude of these health effects?

(3) Has BP, as it claims, cleaned up their environmental mess, or, are there very serious implications to the environment which have largely been left unaddressed by both BP and various agencies of the United States government which will have longstanding and very serious implications to the Gulf Coast?

(4) Did BP and its Gulf Coast corporate partners have, at minimum, foreknowledge of the impending disaster and subsequently acted in concert with one another in order to dramatically increase their financial bottom line which enabled them to profit at the expense of health, wealth and welfare of the region’s population?

(5) Did BP, Halliburton, Transocean, Boots & Coots as well as various agencies of the United States government (i.e., The Army Corps of Engineers) conspire to eventually depopulate the Gulf in order to create a monolithic oil refinery free enterprise zone which would require the eradication of the shrimp industry and the eventual relocation of Gulf Coast residents living along the shoreline?

The BP Propaganda Machine

Following the Gulf oil spill, there was a collective mainstream media frenzy of the oil spill which focused on four primary areas (1) The reported helplessness of BP’s efforts to stop the leak; (2) Interviews with BP officials in which they repeatedly vowed to repair the ecology and compensate the victims; (3) Federal agency officials which continually and completely denied any threat to Gulf Coast residents as a result of the oil spill and the resulting intervention procedures; and, (4) BP’s incessant public service announcements in which the oil giant would feature one of their “average” employees professing to being a “local” in which they vowed, on behalf of BP, “to not leave until we make it right.”

Despite the voluminous coverage of the oil spill by the mainstream media, the range of coverage was very narrow. The Coast Guard promptly established no fly zones over much of the impacted beach areas and the oil spill area itself [1]. Reporters were restricted to what they could cover in the beach areas and were threatened with arrest if they strayed into “forbidden zones.” This prompted an on air emotional tirade regarding the undue restrictions on media’s coverage by CNN’s Anderson Cooper [2]. Nor was there any meaningful coverage of Halliburton applying the highly controversial dispersants. However, there was plenty of media coverage of President Obama walking the beaches and eating the local shrimp in a thinly veiled effort, on the part of the government and BP in promoting the notion that all is well [2].

Is all well in the Gulf today? According to BP’s Youtube channel, BP has made complete restitution to the victims of the oil spill and all is indeed well and the American public should be willing to move on to other issues and forget about the Gulf. BP’s Youtube video channel does make a compelling case that the Gulf is well on its way to a full recovery. Bryan and Brooke Zar, the owners of Restaurant des Families located in Crown Point Louisiana, claim that BP restored their restaurant to a level of profitability just in time for the 2011 spring break vacation period and that “the beaches are again clean” [3]. Another claim of full compensation by BP was made by Mike Blanchard, a shrimper from Chauvin, Louisiana, whose family who has fished the Gulf for generations’. Blanchard praises BP’s actions as he recouped his losses through BP’s response programs and that his fellow Gulf Coast fishermen were also fully compensated and BP has indeed “made it right” [4]. BP’s Youtube channel also features Rick Scali as describes his return to profitability as his vacation rental home business in Destin, Florida, had fallen upon tough times as a result of the oil spill. Scali claims that BP made his rental business whole when he showed BP the rental cancellation slips and was promptly paid for his losses by BP and today all, is again, well [5].There you have it, all is well on the Gulf Coast Front, or so it would seem.

A Different Story

There are other voices, albeit quieter voices, outside of the mainstream media and the BP propaganda machine, which tell a far different side of BP’s efforts “to make it right.” Consider the case of Empire, Louisiana fisherman, Elmer Rogers, as he presents his story which differs considerable from the BP and U.S. government media spin, when at a local Town Hall meeting in Lafitte, LA., recorded by WWLT TV, from New Orleans, he pleaded with BP’s front man for Gulf compensation, Ken Feinberg, to help him when Rogers referenced his stalled claim he presented to BP for the loss of his fishing business; “I’m not asking for the world, I’m just asking for something to live on, man. That’s all I’m asking for. At Thanksgiving, I was under review. My kids barely ate. I barely ate. Christmas came. My child is 13 years old. She got nothing. You know what she woke up to? No water in the house, and no power. What you want me to do? Get on my knees and beg for it?” When at this point, Rogers dropped to his knees and said, “Look, I’m here, I’m on my knees for it. I need my money sir, to live. [6]

I dare anyone to watch the aforementioned video and not be moved to tears. I dare anybody to not watch Feinberg’s insensitive response to Rogers and not be filled with rage. And I dare anyone to read part two of this series as the stories of people like Kindra Arnesen (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) are unveiled.

(Annie DeRiso contributed to this article)

References

(1) BP’s Photo Blockade of the Gulf Oil Spill. May, 26, 2010. Newsweek Magazine. http://www.newsweek.com/2010/05/26/the- ... hotos.html

(2) Coast Guard bans reporters from oil cleanup sites. June 27, 2011. Raw Story. http://www.oilspillnews.net/oil-spill-c ... raw-story/

(3) (BP) Voices from the Gulf: Louisiana Restaurant Owners

(4) (BP) Voices from the Gulf: Louisiana Shrimper (Mike Blanchard, a shrimper from Chauvin, Louisiana).

(5) (BP) Voices from the Gulf: Florida Business Owners (Rick Scali and wife manage vacation rental homes in Destin, FL.)

(6) “Man on Knees Begs Feinberg for Help” WWLTV News, New Orleans, LA. http://www.wwltv.com/news/Man-On-Knees- ... 04209.html

(7) Dave Hodges interviews Kindra Arnesen and Vickie Perrin about the ongoing Gulf crisis. The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges (Part One). Republic Broadcasting Network. January 30, 2011.

(8) Dave Hodges interviews Kindra Arnesen and Vickie Perrin about the ongoing Gulf crisis. The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges (Part Two). Republic Broadcasting Network. January 30, 2011.

(9) Dave Hodges interviews Kindra Arne about the ongoing Gulf crisis sen and Vickie Perrin about the ongoing Gulf crisis. The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges (Part Three). Republic Broadcasting Network. January 30, 2011.

(10) Dave Hodges interviews Kindra Arnesen and Vickie Perrin about the ongoing Gulf crisis. The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges (Part Four). Republic Broadcasting Network. January 30, 2011.

(11) Dave Hodges interviews Kindra Arnesen and Vickie Perrin about the ongoing Gulf crisis. The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges (Part Five). Republic Broadcasting Network. January 30, 2011.

(12) Dave Hodges interviews Kindra Arnesen and Vickie Perrin about the ongoing Gulf crisis. The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges (Part Six). Republic Broadcasting Network. January 30, 2011.
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The Great Gulf Coast Holocaust Pt 2
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Barbara H. Peterson on July 3rd, 2011
http://farmwars.info/?p=6388#more-6388

By Dave Hodges

“Ah mercy, mercy me Ah things ain’t what they used to be.” (Marvin Gaye, Mercy Mercy Me, 1971)

In the aftermath of BP’s oil spill, the oil giant promised the financially damaged residents of the Gulf Coast, that BP would make the victims “whole.” BP has made extraordinary promises related to restitution in which they have repeatedly stated that they would not leave the Gulf “until the job is done” [1]. As we saw in the first part of this series, The Great Gulf Coast Holocaust [2], BP is excellent at compensating a miniscule number of victims and then BP parades these same people out in the eye of the public while pretending as if this microscopic number of fully compensated victims are the norm when it comes to BP restitution (3, 4, 5). Nothing could be further from the truth.

Restitution or Destitution?

For those who are not lucky enough to have won the BP propaganda lottery by having been selected to be the face of BP fairness while receiving financial restitution in exchange for assisting BP in their shameless self-promotion tactics, there are untold numbers of Gulf workers who have been underpaid or not paid at all, despite BP’s legal obligation to make the victims whole. Fisherman, Nga Da, is one of the unlucky ones and he has grown weary of BP and its stonewalling tactics with regard to paying him. Da states “For 20 years, “I earned $1,500 for 2 months from BP. Then I got $800 for a month afterwards. Then I received nothing for the past five months.” Broke and destitute, as a result of BP’s broken promises coupled with BP’s failure to live up to their legal obligations, Da borrowed money from his younger sister to pay rent. Meanwhile, the BP’s claims facility offered a lump sum $5,000 for not suing, “but I don’t know the future because there is no prospect for employment because most of the processing companies have closed [6].”

More Voices from the Gulf


Meet Kindra Arnesen (7), she is the Gulf Coast’s modern day version of Erin Brockovich. Kindra has risen from a position of obscurity to become her region’s most prolific and tireless advocate for the Gulf Coast victims and she tells a far different story than the tale that BP is trying spin. Arnesen states that “I am in touch with all the fisheries along the coast and I cannot find one who has been compensated (8)”. She further states, ”BP is lying through their teeth as I can personally name scores of people who have been bankrupted by BP and others who have not been paid a dime [8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14].” Arnesen adds that “My husband, David, a shrimp fisherman, made over $150,000 the year before the oil spill. His business has been destroyed by BP who offered him a one-time payment of $5,000 for the loss of his business. Kindra expressed fear about the consequences of speaking out against BP because David Arnesen is now working in BP’s clean-up efforts in order to make ends meet. Kindra notes that everyone is afraid to speak out against the injustices of BP because “BP is the King and they are running the Gulf [7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14].” Amazingly, what David Arnesen makes in the BP cleanup, like the other vessels of opportunity, has his earnings reduced by BP, in the amount that they have been paid by the compensation monies [9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14]. This illegal action by BP has relegated these victims into the dubious role of serving as an indentured servant to BP interests. This kind of BP tap dancing prompted Michigan Congressman, John Conyer, to state “Many have been forced to accept the only available jobs — working for BP to clean up the contaminated waters and beachfront. Now, these Gulf residents have learned that their clean-up income will be deducted from any lost-wages settlements from BP. If that happens, they will have risked their health to help BP meet its legal obligations, without any net financial benefit for them or their families. Despite federal law requiring BP to pay both lost wages of workers and the clean-up costs, BP is essentially cleaning up the spill at the hands of free labor (15).” This is abuse of an already victimized population of the highest order.

BP has even gone so far as to employ circular logic in denying claims and they hope that nobody will notice. Brett Broussard, who worked as an offshore oil service boat pilot, is outraged that BP continues to lie to about the fact that BP is not denying claims. Broussard said BP told him he was ineligible because the moratorium against drilling for oil in the Gulf. “They’re parsing words. I am not eligible because of the moratorium, but their spill caused the moratorium,” Broussard said [16]. Plato and Socrates are rolling over in their graves.

Collateral Damage

The significant loss of revenue from jobs that have disappeared as a result of the oil spill, is not the only financial disaster faced by Gulf Coast residents. As many unpaid victims see their homes go into foreclosure, they are not only losing their most valuable investment, the dramatic increase in foreclosures as documented by a recent MIT study, found that foreclosure drops the price of a home by 27%, they are also affecting the neighboring houses by 3-7% [17]. Subsequently, Gulf Coast homes are in midst of at least a 30% plunge in value. Therein lays the principal reason why many residents do not feel they can relocate to other parts of the country in search of more permanent employment [18].

With Friends Like Feinberg, Who Needs Enemies?

Kenneth Feinberg, the point man in charge of BP’s $20 billion compensation fund, is commencing to wind down BP’s compensation operations in the Gulf Coast with only 20% of the total fund having been paid out [19]. Do you remember Part One’s memorable Feinberg exchange with Elmer Rogers, et al [20]? This should cause all who want justice to be carried out, to have extreme reservations about who is in charge of carrying out the compensation efforts. Ken Feinberg is the same man who denied 911 First Responder’s claims of impaired lung functioning leading to an inability to work (see Michael Moore’s portrayal in the movie Sicko). This is the same Ken Feinberg who “sentenced “ several homeless Katrina survivors to be forcibly evacuated by Blackwater and forced to live in Formaldehyde infested FEMA trailers resulting in severe lung impairments.

“I’ve used just over $4 billion,” said Mr. Feinberg, who also processed payments for families of victims of the 9/11 terror attacks and Hurricane Katrina. “I don’t envision a flood of new claims [19].” This begs the question for Mr. Feinberg, why then isn’t BP paying the existing claims?

Feinberg has stated “I’m not prepared to commit to or predict how much of that $20 billion will be used [19].” What about the BP-caused declining real estate values? What about the catastrophic pandemic of chemical agent induced illnesses which are beginning to emerge in horrific numbers in the Gulf? Why not do the right thing, Mr. Feinberg, and use the entire $20 billion dollar compensation fund? And when the money runs out, the Gulf Coast residents should go back to President Obama and press BP for even more money. It should be noted that Feinberg is paid by BP. Where is the government oversight and who is protecting the interest of the people? Does the phrase, “The Fox is watching the hen house” come to mind? Feinberg adds “But I continue to believe that BP’s financial commitment is sufficient to pay the claims.” With the BP paid Ken Feinberg at the helm of the compensation fund, his last statement is no doubt his most accurate in this whole compensation debacle.

Rules for Thee but Not for Me


Seems like everyone in the Gulf is losing money except for BP and its corporate Gulf Coast partners consisting of Goldman Sachs [21], former BP CEO Tony Hayward [22], TransOcean [23] and of course the infamous Halliburton [24] have all experienced major gains in corporate profits as a result of the spill in this unconscionable act of profiteering off of the misery of millions of people.

Perhaps BP’s mindset can best be captured from a comment made by BP’s Community Outreach Coordinator from Terrebonne Parrish, LA., in which the director, identified only as Aymee M., amazingly stated that “…….people don’t really want a claim….[25]”

Not only is BP getting away with not paying for their epic crime against humanity, many in the Gulf will tell you that they are also getting away with murder. One of Kindra Arnesen’s initial goals was to convince BP to give its workers masks because all of the clean-up workers are becoming ill, very seriously ill. The, fear no evil Kindra Arnesen, who I first met in November of 2010, is a changed woman. Kindra is still fearlessly fighting the good fight, but she is decidedly worn down and frightened for the future of her family. Her fears are justified because now it is now being discovered that many of the Gulf’s people are losing much more than their wealth, they are losing their collective health [7]. And if history is indeed a good teacher, it should be expected that many of the Gulf’s adult population will not live to see age fifty [26] and for many children living in the Gulf Coast region today, many will not likely live to see their own children reach high school provided they can even bear children. The slow burn genocide being perpetrated upon the people in the Gulf is the focus of Part three of The Great Gulf Coast Holocaust.

(Annie DeRiso contributed to this article)

(C) 2011 Dave Hodges
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shell dezelfde shit als bp? of valt het mee?

Shell kampt met olielek op Noordzee
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DEN HAAG - Oliemaatschappij Shell kampt sinds woensdag met een olielek in een pijpleiding op het Britse deel van de Noordzee.


Het lek, bij het productieplatform Gannet Alpha op 180 kilometer van Aberdeen, is inmiddels grotendeels gedicht, zei een woordvoerder vrijdag.

Een onbemand onderzeebootje ontdekte het lek nadat een olieglans in het gebied was waargenomen.

Shell heeft meteen de druk van de pijpleiding gehaald en neemt nu verdere maatregelen om de lekkage te isoleren. Het olieconcern kon nog niet zeggen hoeveel olie in zee is gekomen.
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Het lekt wel vaker bij dat soort instalaties. In Rusland en Nigeria is het 10 keer erger.
In de erfenis der eeuwen ligt veel wijsheid opgetast. Ook hier geldt: dwaas is hij die zijn eigen geschiedenis versmaadt.
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Delfstoffen delvers zijn mijn ergste vijand..
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OIL RISING FROM MACONDO WELL: BP HIRES FLEET OF 40 SHRIMP BOATS TO LAY BOOM AROUND DEEPWATER HORIZON SITE


No, this isn’t a post from last year. Oil from the Macondo Well site is fouling the Gulf anew – and BP is scrambling to contain both the crude and the PR nightmare that waits in the wings. Reliable sources tell us that BP has hired 40 boats from Venice to Grand Isle to lay boom around the Deepwater Horizon site – located just 50 miles off the Louisiana coast. The fleet rushed to the scene late last week and worked through the weekend to contain what was becoming a massive slick at the site of the Macondo wellhead, which was officially “killed” back in September 2010.

The truly frightening part of this development, as reported in a previous post (see below), is the oil may be coming from cracks and fissures in the seafloor caused by the work BP did during its failed attempts to cap the runaway Macondo Well – and that type of leakage can’t be stopped, ever.

http://www.stuarthsmith.com/oil-rising- ... rizon-site

ALERT: BP Oil Spill Disaster Is Not Over - Hell On Earth


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The MSM has done their job successfully silencing the real news and as of August 10, 2011 you would never know that there is still an ongoing disaster being played out in the United States as there is still oil, dead sea creatures, petroleum covered birds and other contaminants washing up on the beaches surrounding the Gulf of Mexico as a result of the BP oil spill disaster. Dinise Rednour is a youtube user that tries her hardest to show her fellow Americans that the BP oil spill disaster is far from being over.
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BP onderzoekt substantie in Golf van Mexico / Breaking News: Another BP Oil Spill in the Gulf?
http://sp00kje.nl/?p=7773

AMSTERDAM – Oliebedrijf BP onderzoekt een vlek in de Golf van Mexico. Dat meldt het concern donderdag.

BP heeft niets bekend gemaakt over de mogelijke oorzaak is van de ‘glanzende laag’ op het water. Wel zegt een woordvoerder donderdag tegen het Amerikaanse persbureau AP dat de plek van onderzoek zich niet nabij “bestaande BP-activiteiten” bevindt.

Volgens de zegsvrouw is er een heleboel glinstering in de Golf van Mexico en is het niet gezegd dat de substantie afkomstig is van BP.

In april 2010 kwamen bij een olieramp in de Golf van Mexico 11 mensen om het leven en stroomden honderden miljoen liters olie in zee. Het duurde 87 dagen voordat het lek in een boorplatform van BP was gedicht.

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Heeft iemand mijn ik maak al die grondstoffen nutteloos ding al gebouwd? Lame, moet ik het misschien nog steeds zelf doen..
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Enviroment Pollution in USA on Thursday, 25 August, 2011 at 15:36 (03:36 PM) UTC.

Oil is again bubbling to the surface of the Gulf of Mexico near the epicenter of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster. Reporters from Mobile, Alabama’s Press-Register loaded into a boat Tuesday to inspect the site. Equipped with cameras, the reporters discovered “hundreds of small, circular patches of oily sheen” within a mile of the well. “Floating in a boat near the well site, Press-Register reporters watched blobs of oil rise to the surface and bloom into iridescent yellow patches,” the paper reported Wednesday. “Those patches quickly expanded into rainbow sheens 4 to 5 feet across.” According to the Press-Register, “Each expanding bloom released a pronounced and pungent petroleum smell. Most of the oil was located in a patch about 50 yards wide and a quarter of a mile long.” Petroleum engineers are concerned that oil is leaking from the floor of the Gulf near the sealed well. (Oil trade groups: Drilling deregulation could create 190,000 jobs) Louisiana State University chemist Scott Miles conducted a chemical analysis of the oil to identify its “fingerprint.” Miles said that, “It is possible it could be [from the Deepwater Horizon well] . It’s south Louisiana crude for sure.” BP said in a statement to the Press-Register: “We stand by what we said last week, neither BP nor the Coast Guard has seen any scientific evidence that oil is leaking from the Macondo well, which was permanently sealed almost a year ago.”

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Heeft iemand mijn ik maak al die grondstoffen nutteloos ding al gebouwd? Lame, moet ik het misschien nog steeds zelf doen..
En toch klinkt het niet helemaal onbekend of uit een Hollywood productie ^^.
Kan me nog voor de geest halen dat ik een jaar of 10 ofzo terug een keer een stuk heb gelezen van een Nederlands bedrijf die de technologie bezat om alle stoffen te verwerken. Zelfs uranium en zware giffen. Ik meen dat dit was door het te "verstoffen" tot plasma en daaruit zelfs weer de nuttige stoffen te halen voor hergebruik. Heb een tijd geleden nog een poging gewaagd om het te vinden maar niet gelukt. Ik had nog wel zo'n Document van dit bedrijf waar ook opstond hoe het werd gedaan (niet geheel maar een indicatie) maar is bij het kapotgaan van mijn harde schijf verdwenen..
Misschien is er iemand die dit ook heeft gelezen.
Wees aardig tegen mensen als je omhoog klimt, want je komt ze weer tegen als je naar beneden gaat...
De volgende gebruiker(s) zeggen bedankt: baphomet
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