Friday, May 28, 2010


The unending gusher of crude and the application of toxic dispersants into the Gulf of Mexico is bound to be felt for years after the leak is stopped.

150+ sea turtles. 24+ dolphins. Pelicans. Seagulls. Fish. Coral. Dead and dying.
This is nothing short of ecocide.

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Thursday, May 27, 2010

BP "Top Kill"... Will it work?

BP tells us that it's going to stop the leak by pumping "mud" into the well in a "top kill" procedure never tried at these depths -- just like everything else this with this disaster.
They also tell us that the mud will be pumped at a rate of 40 to 50 barrels a minute.(

Remember, this well is said to be leaking at 5,000 barrels a day by the mainstream media -- or as much as 95,000 barrels by some estimates.(

There are 1,440 minutes in a day.

5,000 barrels a day is almost 3.5 barrels a minute. Good change of the mud outpacing the oil/gas...

60,000 barrels -- almost 42 barrels a minute.

100,000 barrels -- almost 69.5 barrels a minute.

Will 40-50 barrels a minute of mud be able to compete with the unpadded estimates of gushing oil/gas??

Monday, May 24, 2010

BP leaked Gallons of Oil into the Gulf so far...

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Monday, May 17, 2010

326,000,000,000,000,000,000 gallons of water on Earth.

(326 million trillion gallons)
Now, supposedly, "[i]t only takes one quart of motor oil to make 250,000 gallons of ocean water toxic to wildlife."  (
Assuming the above is true, 1 gallon of oil can make toxic 1,000,000 gallons of water toxic.  We've dumped, according to conservative estimates of 5k barrels daily, about 5.25 million gallons -- or enough to make toxic 5.25 TRILLION gallons of water.
The next most conservative estimates say the well is leaking at least 25k barrels a day, or 26.25 million gallons -- enough to toxify 26.25 trillion gallons.
The highest estimate I've seen -- 70k barrels -- 73.5 million gallons -- or enough to toxify nearly 75 TRILLION gallons of water.
Lets assume there's 1 billion barrels (42 billion gallons) of crude in BPs broken well (I've heard reports of "10s of millions of barrels" and an unstopped leak going on for "years")
If BP cannot stop the gusher, and the well exhausts itself -- we're looking at toxifying 42,000 TRILLION gallons of water.
........ but hey, look on the bright side -- my math could be wrong.

BP Defense Contracts from 2000-2009


Friday, May 14, 2010

WHO is the BIGGEST supplier of fuel to US military?!??

 April 06, 2010 -- "Air BP, Warrenville, Ill. is being awarded a maximum $124,754,182 fixed-price with economic price adjustment, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for aviation turbine fuel."
16-Aug-2009 -- "BP West Coast Products (dba Arco) in La Palma, CA won a maximum $516.8 million fixed price with economic price adjustment, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract (SP0600-09-D-0512) for aviation fuel."
August 24, 2008 -- "Air BP, Warrenville, Ill. is being awarded a maximum $12,446,821 fixed price with economic price adjustment contract for jet fuel.Other location of performance is Grand Junction, Colorado.Using services are Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, federal civilian agencies and National … "


September 14, 2005 -- "BP West Coast Products LLC, La Palma, Calif., is being awarded a maximum $587,804,938 fixed price with economic price adjustment for JP8 Turbine Fuel and F-76 Fuel for Defense Energy Support Center. "


BP the BIGGEST contract for aviation turbine fuel.   WHY do you think the gov't isn't gonna hack BPs head off?

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Monday, May 10, 2010

"Bathed in Petroleum."


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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Global Insurer's take on Climate change (2005)

"The first impact scenario, or CCF-I, portrays a world with an increased correlation and geographical simultaneity of extreme events, generating an overwhelming strain for some stakeholders."

"Taken in aggregate, these and other effects of a warming and more variable climate could threaten economies worldwide. In CCF-I, some parts of the developed world may be capable of responding to the disruptions, but the events would be particularly punishing for developing countries. For the world over, historical weather patterns would diminish in value as guides to forecasting the future."

"The second impact scenario, CCF-II, envisions a world in which the warming and enhanced variability produce surprisingly destructive consequences."

"Some of the impacts envisioned by the second scenario are very severe and would involve catastrophic, widespread damages, with a world economy beset by increased costs and chronic, unmanageable risks. Climate-related disruptions would no longer be contained or confined."

"CCF-II would involve blows to the world economy sufficiently severe to cripple the resilience that enables affluent countries to respond to catastrophes. In effect, parts of developed countries would experience developing nation conditions for prolonged periods as a result of natural catastrophes and increasing vulnerability due to the abbreviated return times of extreme events.

Still, CCF-II is not a worst-case scenario.

A worst-case scenario would include large-scale, nonlinear disruptions in the climate system itself —  slippage of ice sheets from Antarctica or Greenland, raising sea levels inches to feet; accelerated thawing of permafrost, with release of large quantities of methane; and shifts in ocean thermohaline circulation (the stabilizing ocean “conveyor belt”)."

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Does that worst case scenario sound familiar??