Archive for July, 2010
I found this on a site I was on, what do you think?
07/06/10 at 08:48:09
” Hello to everyone Yesterday my friend who is an expert engineer in deep water drilling for a major oil company (no not BP) came back from a 3 month drilling trip and I got a chance to sit down with him and get his opinion about what is really happening at the deepwater horizon site. The stuff that he told me just blew my mind. Since he has to remain anonymous I’m going to relay information to you guys the best I can.
First thing I showed him the live feeds that everybody is watching of the wellhead spilling oil and he says that whatever it is certainly is not a deepwater horizon site. The pressure is supposed to be at least 30-50 thousand psi and that’s why the explosion happened (standard drilling equipment is certified up to 15000). So that little funky cap would be blown off as soon as you just stick it into a stream of that pressure. At one point there is a fish swimming through the oil current with that pressure it would be torn to pieces (water jets are used to cut metal at much lower pressure). So he and other engineers he works with are certain that that live feed is FAKE (it can be a video of several other either depleted or leaking wells as it turns out there is quite few of them).
So I asked him what according to him is going really on ? They assume based on total media blackout that the wellhead is gone and there is just raw hole in the ground spilling oil uncontrollably. The hole is growing bigger because it’s constantly grinded off with the immense pressure of the flow. That is opinion of a guy that worked in deepwater drilling for last 15 years.
So I asked him about possible scenarios how it can play out (no matter if there is the wellhead or not), and here they go :
1. There is absolutely ZERO chance that the flow can be stopped at that pressure with any other method than nuking it (that’s why Russians used it because nothing else worked) so either that or let it run dry. Both options are very bad but the other ones are even worse.
2. There is about at least 30% chance of the seafloor cave in. In other situations it does not happen because drilling is done at much lower depths so the weight of the water above an emptied reservoir is not big enough to crash the seabed. In this particular case the well is so deep that the total mass of the water resting on top of that cavern is billions of tons. When the pressure drops to a critical point the huge amount of weight resting on top of it can make it cave in.
3. The chance for methane explosion is about 15% but still should be consider a real factor especially because of the very uncommon mix of 40% methane in the flow. That means that the amount of methane in the reservoir is huge and in case of explosion it could be an E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) especially if we try to nuke it as it was never done before with anything even remotely close to that level of gas.
SO LET’S SUM IT UP. WE ARE LIED TO AND THE SITUATIONS IS MOST PROBABLY MUCH MUCH WORSE THAN IT IS BEING DESRIBED. MY FRIEND ADVISE TO ANYONE LIVING ANYWHERE CLOSE TO THE SHORE TRY TO RELLOCATE A SAFE DISTANCE FROM THE SHORE (AT LEAST 50 MILES BUT HE ADVISES A HUNDERED). DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE BECAUSE IF SCENARIOS NUMBER 2 OR 3 PLAY OUT THE WARNING TIME THAT YOU’LL HAVE IS GOING TO BE 5-10 MINUTES SO PRETTY MUCH ENOUGH TIME TO JUST S&*T YOURSELF.
I watched this twice: the video does not give off an I’m-from-Earth vibe, it looks like footage of something out of this world. I would be surprised if it’s a Chinese military exercise as the majority of people think. Check it out! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/07/16/china-ufo-sightings-back_n_649244.html
How easy it is to be distracted this Summer! With one’s will fragmented by the force of this time’s extreme astrological weather, it is essential to focus, focus, focus, or risk attaining your goals.. Those who focus get results.
It’s easy to be careless in the choppy waters of Summer. There can be costly, time-consuming consequences if you leave something somewhere, or do not listen well to instructions, speak before thinking, or let yourself continually get side-tracked by unimportant things. You tend to reap what you’ve sown quickly, the instant karma effect.
The remedy is to slow down. Do one thing at a time. If you leave the house, think first about what you need to take with you. Take the time to focus and prepare this Summer, or risk aggravation.
(This is from my incredibly tardy Summer newsletter for clients. Coming soon.)
Elissa Heyman practices psychic counseling and healing in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 505-982-3294
Happy BIrthday Cancer! You might find yourself alone with a heavy heart; you can squeeze its burdens out like a sponge, and ask to be filled with better feelings, closer connections…make the choice to be happy! Be willing to receive! Here’s the surprise: Cancers are headed for a lot of success and it comes when they are more on their own, working with their own strengths and resources. Their gifts are desired, and they can proceed to successfully delivering them. “Everything’s been going wrong!” sobs Cancer. “But you’ve gotten rid of a lot!’” says the Spirit of Goodness and Holiness. You can now be blessed with unimaginable treasures…” The caveat is, you can’t be stuck in the past—you are headed for success when you don’t look back. You have what it takes to carry you forward: find your strengths, the stability within you know you can rely on, and build from there.
Elissa Heyman has a psychic counseling and healing practice based in Santa Fe, NM 505-982-3294
The second week in July is one of the best weekends for entertainment in Northern New Mexico. The Taos pueblo holds is renowned powwow, and the International Folk Art Mart returns to Santa Fe.
The Art Mart festivities kick off Thursday on the Santa Fe plaza with the Cuban band Tradison (Afro-Cuban rhythms and Spanish melody direct from Havana, Cuba). Everyone loves this night on the plaza because a lot of the artists and performer come down to dance and relax before the Mart.
Friday, July 9th, is the first day of the Taos powwow, with Grand Entry at 7 p.m. (For a video of the Grand Entry and other information, go to their website: http://www.taospueblopowwow.com). The powwow grounds and dance arbor are especially beautiful, set against the mountains a little north of the pueblo. There’s a big trade fair, all kinds of food booths, and at night there are little bonfires.
Both events run through Sunday. The International Folk Art Mart is dangerous if you can’t resist buying art, it is really easy to go crazy–I do every single year. There’s a lot more than art, there are people from all over the world to marvel at, with their elegant ways and costumes, from centuries-old cultures and traditions. What an interesting weekend to be in New Mexico!
Elissa Heyman Psychic Counseling and Healing Santa Fe, NM 505-982-3294 www.elissaheyman.com