fix articles 2715, oil spill
Controversy Over Shell's Arctic Drilling Continues (tags)
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Poisoning Mother Earth: Fukushima and America's Gulf (tags)
BTL:It Will Take Years To Assess BP Oil Spill Environmental Damage (tags)
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America - The Hidden Treasure (tags)
Number 1 on Googlism http://www.googlism.com/who_is/b/bush/ "Bush is the antichrist" AJ 'Bush is just a puppet. Next caller..' Dr Ricki Ott (Toxicologist) A message to BP workers and residents in the Gulf http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1134872/pg1 BP KILLS. Do Americans care enough to forward a concern for Justice lacking in our names left forsaken here?
You are not Authorized to See These Pictures of the Oil Spill, Citizen...Do Not Look! (tags)
The title is a parody of the fact that the government has effectively made it a felony to take pictures of oiled wildlife.
BTL:Gulf Oil Spill Disaster An Opportunity to Reinvent America's Broken Energy Infrastruct (tags)
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BP oil spill planet killer (tags)
The oil pressure coming up the oil deep water pipe was running between 20,000 and 70,000 PSI. Science Advisor Richard C. Hoagland warned listeners that an even worse catastrophe could be looming if a giant gas bubble that has formed at the site of the leak on the ocean floor should blow. Hoagland said the pressure in the pipe is 100,000 or more lbs of pressure per squire inch or PSI.
Salazar Declares Shallow Water Drilling “Safe,” Lifts Drilling Injunction (tags)
Important new legal posture
The Zionist's Message to the Son of God's Peace Activist (tags)
For that would be a capital crime of mass murder. Perhaps, they like Conservative TV America, will blindly blame al-qeada, or immigrants, or the Blacks before an ungodly Zionist war criminal?
Massive Oil spill solution already exists (tags)
There's a potential solution to the Gulf oil spill that neither BP, nor the federal government, nor anyone — save a couple intuitive engineers — seems willing to try. empty supertankers to suck the spill off the surface, treat and discharge the contaminated water.
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CA Governor Candidate Alexander, SPUSA: BP Oil Spill a Crime not a Disaster (tags)
The explosion on BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig that released millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico has been called a “Disaster” by many. It isn’t a disaster. It is a crime.
Gulf oil spill threatens economic, environmental catastrophe (tags)
"According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig lacked a device called an acoustic switch that could have shut off the flow of oil. The remote controlled device sends acoustic impulses through the water that can trigger an underwater valve to shut down the well. All offshore rigs have one main switch to shut off the flow of oil by closing a valve located on the ocean floor. There is also supposed to be a backup, a so-called “dead man,” that will shut down the well in the event of a catastrophe on the rig. Apparently neither of these devices worked on the Deepwater Horizon rig. The crewmembers who would have been closest to the shutoff switch are among those missing and presumed dead. With an acoustic trigger a crew can shut down a well even if the rig is damaged or evacuated. However, BP, which reported profits of $5.598 billion for the first quarter of 2010, vigorously resisted changes to US regulations that would have required acoustic triggers on deep sea rigs, citing effectiveness and costs, about $500,000 per unit. Compliant US regulators agreed, saying other backup plans were sufficient. They called the acoustic triggers unreliable and prone to causing unnecessary shutdowns."