Why don't the gov do what Russia did with about 5 under sea oil spills and use a low yield nuke to close the darn thing?
Seems like we're letting the corporations run the show on this one, and we all know how well they ran the show with the economy.
NUKE, are u serious. A fire ball/.. in an oil slick. Beings the oil is coming on land. NO WAY!!
Yeah lets just complete the devastation and throw some anhilation in with it.
Thats even worse. A lot more lives will be lost. From the excess
of water not to mention all that oil following the water. Very dangerous. They need to absorb the oil underneath it and over it.
An environmentally safe chemical or liquid foam to absorb the oil,
somehow.. I feel for the fish industry. All the fish are dying because of it. In my opinion.. its a shame theres a lot of blaming going on instead of great minds working together to solving it. Its getting annoying unfortunately.
I heard that they considered this option but they were affraid it would turn the ocean floor into swiss cheese and we would have several oil leaks.
by Don W 8 years ago
Would a free market have prevented this from happening?I'm guessing the libertarian argument would be that the failings of state regulation was a contributing factor. Those failings stemming from the fact that the regulators were in bed (figuratively and literally) with those regulated. Whereas...
by James L 8 years ago
Is anyone else seriously worried about the BP oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico?I've been staying on top of all the news reports and findings as well as researching the effects of previous oil spills and it seem the more I learn the more unsettling this whole situation becomes.
by MikeNV 8 years ago
People blame BP because they run the operation... but Haliburton actually cased the rupture.Why no anger towards Haliburton? Gee... I wonder if it has anything to do with all the Haliburton Employees who move in and out of Government...
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
Good afternoon,Today I am travelling to Louisiana with President Obama to review the efforts currently underway to respond to the massive oil spill and to lend support to the region. The Administration's efforts have been relentless from Day 1, and I know the President is eager to return to the...
by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2010/0 … capping-2/ Scroll down on above site and look at these ! GREAT YouTube's on Oil Spill. 1. Please Check it out. . . 2. ARTICLE by Dr. James...
by KFlippin 8 years ago
"Red tape keeps prized oil-fighting skimmers from Gulf, coastline"Published: Monday, June 28, 2010, 10:29 PM Chris Kirkham, The Times-Picayune Excerpts from the Article (Link to full article below):"As oil oozes inland, tainting marshes and fouling beaches, local...
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