Archive for June, 2010

Noxious Gas Damage to Plant and Animal Life from Gulf Disaster, Inland Mississippi!!!

by on Jun.20, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

EDIT: Originally I thought that this was methane damage. I have since done some research on the net on the symptoms of various environmental damage to plants. The damage seen in that video is caused by elevated levels of ozone. Elevated levels of ozone can be cause by excessive quantities of solvents dispersed in the air and then the sun converts it into ozone.

Now that absolutely has got to be tied into the gulf disaster. If you listen carefully, that was a news report from Mississippi. I am a horticultural specialist, trust me when I tell you that is not caused by a pathogen (bug, fungus, virus, bacteria etc.). That has to be a direct result of an environmental toxin that landed on those plants. How do I know this? Because diseases and insect pests always zero in on one type of plant at a time, not all plant life at the same time.

Those plants will more than likely live assuming that whatever the toxin is, it does not continue to damage them. Now that being said, the dead birds in the bird houses is a very clear indicator that what caused the problem was a gas. Remember how miners use to use a parakeet inside the mine to determine if noxious gas levels where getting high enough to be concerned about them? They would watch the parakeet and if it keeled over dead they would clear out the mine and let it air out.

Remember, plants pull in air through the leaves and extract carbon from it in order to produce organic carbon based molecules called amino acids. This comes in the form of carbon dioxide. The plant will process what ever air it is exposed to. If the air it is exposed to has a high concentration of some other type of gas, it will pull it in as well. In my opinion, those plants ingested such a gas. My best guess as to what gas that would be? More than likely ozone which would be elevated because of the copious quantities of solvent being sprayed into the air in the form of the oil dispersant Corexit.

Remember, it has been documented that the leaks in that well field out in the gulf are expelling massive quantities of methane. If that methane is being brought on land by the wind, it would more than likely cause what we are seeing here. I must apologize because in the past few weeks I have posted up that I thought the idea of poison rain was total B.S. I also posted that the web bot reports about ill winds where not to be trusted as well.

Looks like I was dead wrong. Well I am not dead, but those birds are. Those are just the birds we could see. How many other species of birds are now dead there that we do not know about yet? How many species of insects that breath that air like bees are now dead that we do not know about yet? This is some serious sh.. folks. I will now be watching the direction of the wind coming off of the area of the leak very closely. Why? I am 7 miles from the gulf coast in Florida.

Evidently this ozone is not in high enough concentration to have a significant health effect on the humans. Probably because we can process it out of our blood stream faster than we are ingesting it. Other types of creatures are not so lucky like those birds. This just went from serious to, “Oh sh..”. I will keep everyone updated if things like this start to happen at my location.

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The Nuclear Option for Sealing the Gulf Leak, Not Crazy after all?

by on Jun.18, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

I got this off of Bill Ryan’s blog over at This is an old video from the Soviet Union. It shows in excellent detail the dynamics of what is actually going on down there under the sea bed in the gulf.

Many people think that if they used a small nuclear device that they could accidentally rupture the sea floor and unleash the entire well field into the worlds oceans. In reality they are working with 4 miles worth of stratified limestone. Very much like the animation in this video.

I know that in this video that they are not dealing with oil and gas, just gas. However, they had the same problem of there being to much pressure to do anything else with it. As you will see they tried to fix it with other options and those options failed.

After watching this video you will not be so worried about the nuclear option. You will probably conclude that it is pretty much the only shot we have got short of sitting back and throwing rocks at the problem.

Remember, they drilled through 4 miles of stratified limestone before they hit the high pressure pocket / well field. This may be how they actually plan to use those relief wells they are already in he process of drilling. Maybe they just do not want to freak people out until it is time to seal it up?

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Richard Hoagland Reports on Dangerous Gas Bubble Forming in the Gulf

by on Jun.16, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

Listen two these Youtube clips from Richard Hoagland in relation to the disaster in the gulf.  Then raed my thoughts, explanations, and conclusions on this information below.

This bubble that he is talking about would be in the upper layers of the limestone. He said sea floor, but he was not talking about a bubble that is just sitting there at the bottom of the ocean in the water. If you ever take a look at the way that limestone is always layered, it is stratified. In other words it is never a consistent density or formation from each layer to the next.

For example, I live in Florida. I was schooled on the limestone formation layers underneath Florida when I was a golf course superintendent. There if you drilled only 1000 feet down you actually went through two sections where the limestone was a void or extremely porous.

The first open section that went under the entire souther tip of the state was the fresh water aquifer. That section was only a couple hundred feet down. The second section about 1000 feet down was the salt water aquifer that was connected to both the Atlantic ocean and also the Gulf.

So if they had drilled down 22,000 feet (about 4 miles) into the limestone, they would have gone through probably dozens of these various layers and densities of limestone. So you could imagine that this gas would be coming up from where the drill had gone into the oil field, up the drill hole, and into these less dense / porous layers of limestone.

This gas would then begin to fill that layer of limestone which could be tens of miles wide, if not hundreds. It would start to fill up that layer of limestone that is close to the surface with gas pressure.

This gas pressure would continue to build up and up and up. The layers of limestone above where the gas is building could possibly not be strong enough to contain the pressure that was building inside of this theoretical lower layer. The most probable result will be that the upper layers of lime holding the pressure in would continue to crack and release the pressure gradually.

The worst case would be that the pressure would reach a critical point and cause a huge sudden rupture in the lime. Or a gas explosion. Not an explosion of fire, more like an explosion like you had filled a gas cylinder with about 10 times to much pressure. So essentially the bottom of the ocean would explode. When this happened a huge quantity of gas would suddenly escape to the surface.

Just like in an Olympic diving pool, when you want to soften the surface tension of the water, you have bubblers that froth the surface of the pool. This would essentially happen over the surface of the Gulf. The width of the effected area would be dependent on how large of a section of the lime would let go if such an even happened.

Personally I think that this worst case stuff would only happen on a large scale like that if the limestone layers above the bubble where completely uniform in depth and strength. However, limestone does not work like that. It has weak areas and strong areas. It is more likely that the thinner weaker areas would let go in small sections which would drastically reduce the rate and violence of the relief of the gas pressure.

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James Fox Reports on BP Spraying Toxic Dispersants Over Populated Areas, WTF?

by on Jun.14, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

All right, this is starting to go from ludicrous to strait up criminal.  Why do you ask?  Here is some information that I came across on one of my favorite internet forums called The Manticore.  This is information about the oil dispersant that BP is spraying to try to cover up the full extent of the oil.  Sending the oil to the bottom of the ocean only causes more problems and the only benefit is to those who want to try to make the issue look less significant than it is.

The name of the chemical that they are spraying is Corexit.  Here is an out take from that forum that I was talking about.

Corexit 9500 with ethylene oxide? * “As stated in MSDS, once it had
one, Corexit 9500 can cause central nervous system depression, nausea,
and unconsciousness … liver, kidney damage, and red blood cell
hemolysis with repeated or prolonged exposure through inhalation or
ingestion according to the MSDS. The threat to human health via
exposure is characterized as ‘MODERATE’.”
Corexit tested by VECO’s NORCON union workers – volunteers.. .
even women (reproductive damage possible – men & women) *
“The Corexit 9500 *

As James Fox reports in this latests update to the Veritas Show, even though the EPA has asked BP to stop spraying this toxic chemical, they are still doing it anyway.


Spread this information as far and wide as you can.  We the people are going to have to pick up the reporting ball that the mainstream media is dropping big time here.  It is up to us to pressure the powers that be to put an end to this.

If we don’t, we could be looking at some serious long term health damage to the people that live along the gulf coast.  Not from the oil alone, but from these chemicals that this unethical company is recklessly spraying close enough to populated areas for the population to breath it.

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James Fox Reports Disturbing Emergency News From Louisiana, Oil Spill Conspiracy

by on Jun.08, 2010, under Most Recent Blog Post

For those of you not aware of who James Fox is, he is an independent documentary film maker.  He is best known for the UFO documentaries he has produced called, “Out of the Blue” and “I know what I saw”.  His film “I know what I saw” was even broadcast on the Discovery Channel a few times late last year.

He is not part of the controlled main stream media.  He is the kind of journalist that reports the facts that he finds and allows the audience to form their own conclusions.  He is trusted as one of the uncorrupted alternative media figures in the world today by many.  I am one of those who trusts what he has to say.

I had been hearing rumors on various internet forums over the last couple of weeks that anyone at ground zero of the oil spill along the Louisiana Coast where being arrested and or told to leave or else be arrested.  I initially thought that these reports had to be fabricated because I believed that the effective area was way to big to be policed like that.

I am always the first to point out that my conclusions where off base when I discover that they where.  This is one of those cases.  I was wrong about the concept that there could actually be a media black out on the full extent of this oil spill.

I could go on and tell you all of the details about what Mr. Fox had to say about this, however you should have a listen for yourself.  Click on the link below to listen to an 18 min. conversation that James Fox had with Mel from the internet radio show Veritas.  When you get to the link a Veritas audio player will come up.  Look for the show entitled [James Fox, Oil Spill Media Black Out].


James states in the interview that he will attempting to penetrate beyond the private police force that is apparently enforcing this media black out.  He also states that he will be posting any updates to what he finds along with any video that he can manage to take on the page he has for the movie he did called “I know what I saw”.  I went ahead and found this facebook page.  You can get to it by clicking the link below.


Spread this audio interview and this story to as many people as you can.  If James stops reporting from Louisiana and we do not hear from him then we will know that he was arrested for trying to investigate the situation.

Update: I got to thinking and…

This is not the first time in recent past that there has been a media black out of sorts associated with this region of the U.S. Everyone remembers Katrina right? Remember how all they would report on was what was happening in New Orleans? Well, my uncle had a house in a coastal city in Mississippi called Pascagoula.

He had many rental properties that where the source of his retirement income there. What we never heard from the media, alternative and mainstream, was what happened after the hurricane to all of the people who where slammed in coastal Mississippi.

The government made a law that if the cost to rebuild or repair your house was more than 50% of the estimated value of the entire property that they where prohibited from rebuilding. So here you had a few hundred thousand houses that where gutted by a 20 foot or less storm surge that went 5 miles inland.

The people who lived there where told that it was against the law for them to use the insurance money that they where due, or even their own money to fix their house. Moreover, if they where not allowed to rebuild and they wanted to at least sell the land, they where only allowed to sell it to the government. Essentially by dong this the government was able to significantly lower the population density of the current effected coast line, and also probably the future effected coast line.

The media never reported on how people where basically having their properties stolen from them by the government did they? Makes you wonder how far in advance they knew that this oil spill was going to happen doesn’t it? I wonder if this spill was not caused by the actual drilling, but by a controlled demolition of the limestone layer of the Earth that contained the oil.

They have the technology to do this, we all know that. Why else would there be plumes of oil separated by miles of sea bed from one drill site? My take is that the official story that this was caused by the drilling alone is total bull ****.

This on top of the reports from people that where in New Orleans after the Hurricane had passed and before the water started coming in. Those reports that came from multiple citizens of the city where that they heard explosions from the direction of the dike breaches just before the water started filling the city.

Once again by doing this they where effectively reducing the population density of another future effected area. How much you want to bet that the next move is to steer another hurricane right through the oil slick and push it all up on land with another storm surge?

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