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Gulf Oil Gusher: Danger of Tsunamis From Methane?
« on: June 30, 2010, 08:58:35 PM »
Gulf Oil Gusher: Danger of Tsunamis From Methane?

Older documents indicate that the subterranean geological formation below the "Macondo" well in the Gulf of Mexico may contain the presence of a huge methane deposit. It has been a well known fact that the methane in that oil deposit was problematic. As a result, there was a much higher risk of a blow out. Macondo shares its name with the cursed town in the novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by the Nobel-prize winning writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

By some geologists' estimates, the methane could be a massive bubble trapped for thousands of years under the Gulf of Mexico sea floor. More than a year ago, geologists expressed alarm in regard to BP and Transocean putting their exploratory rig directly over this massive underground reservoir of methane. Warnings were raised before the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe that the area of seabed chosen might be unstable and inherently dangerous.


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Re: Gulf Oil Gusher: Danger of Tsunamis From Methane?
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2010, 06:12:01 AM »
Could this be the Problem in several area of the oceans?  That is the Bermuda Triangle and the other triangles across the Pacific and other oceans.   Wouldn't volcanoes which were once dormant suddenly come alive?

If the one in the Gulf where to blow her top so to speak, it may trigger and Armageddon type scenario through out the world and cause the pole shift?  If she blows it might increase the pressures in these area trigger the events or could it actually ease the pressures and actually settle earth changes down throughout the world.?  One way or another the US Gulf Coast is toast to speak.

A scary thought.
 
:o :o

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Re: Gulf Oil Gusher: Danger of Tsunamis From Methane?
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2010, 08:32:57 AM »
Methane Dead Zones in Gulf Waters Confirmed, Gas Levels 100,000 Times Normal

Scientists are confronting growing evidence that BP's ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico is creating oxygen-depleted "dead zones" where fish and other marine life cannot survive. In two separate research voyages, independent scientists have detected what were described as "astonishingly high" levels of methane, or natural gas, bubbling from the well site, setting off a chain of reactions that suck the oxygen out of the water. In some cases, methane concentrations are 100,000 times normal levels.

Other scientists as well as sport fishermen are reporting unusual movements of fish, shrimp, crab and other marine life, including increased shark sightings closer to the Alabama coast.

Could this methane be leaking from the underground bubble? Maybe that's a good thing because it could be releasing pressure? I don't know, just a thought on it.

Linda

   

 

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