Here are two views of the oil spill that point in the direction of it possibly being part of a more extensive process.
The first is a video sent to me by Lou Hearnesberger, in which Henning Kenmer, a man with a geological background connected to the Danish petroleum industry, says that the color of the liquids emitting from the Deepwater Horizon site do not look like crude oil to him but like the contents of a volcano.
He says that crude oil appears black and these emissions are yellow (which means sulphurous) and red (which means iron). He says these are typical of a volcano.
The second is from an online diary by “Mason,” a writer who interprets news events on a website called “Seminal” (sent by Bre). I have no idea what Mason’s knowledge or credibility is. You’ll have to reach an assessment on your own.
I’m writing an article at the moment that gives what Matthew, SaLuSa and their colleagues say about the oil spill. Again I have no idea whether these reports have any validity or not at this moment, but thought they should be made known.
|By: Mason Sunday May 23, 2010 8:31 pm|
A series of explosions appears to have collapsed the seafloor and blown up the BOP at the well head. Oil and gas are billowing out of a depression in the seafloor where the BOP used to be at an exponentially greater rate than anything seen before.
My theory: The well consisted of the casing with the drill pipe inside it. The sand and rocks that turned the gusher into a giant sandblaster that blew out holes in the riser pipe at the kinks was coming from the walls of the well that the cement between the casing and the wall was supposed to protect. Therefore, the hole has been getting bigger and bigger and now it’s like a volcano vent with the piping inside it probably a twisted mess.
The relief wells can’t possibly stop this because anything they add will just be blown out of the volcano.