Why don’t they put a chimney on where the oil spill starts?
The water oil mixture would then be collected at the top of the chimney at the surface where the chimney has narrowed to a manageable size. .
I understand they are doing something like this now and are containing the oil but how true any of the reports are or have been is up to you to decide. I have read so many conflicting reports, great suggestions and dire predictions, I think the best all of us can hope for is for it to be stopped.
Here is the latest from the BBC on the subject:
http://www.inthenews.co.uk/news/busines … 379228.htm
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by sugu20107 years ago
Why is it a felony to take a picture of the oil spill?
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by James L7 years ago
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by MikeNV7 years ago
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by tobey1007 years ago
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