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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
07-12-2010, 09:12 AM,
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RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
Here's a follow-up of the events that have unfolded to data in a more generalized sense from the team that instigated the research into the algae agenda and covered the spill utilizing various contacts and career oil professionals to pick at the seams of this clusterfuck of a nightmare.

Quote:Gulf of Mexico. Chronology of a Catastrophe.
Sunday, July 11th 2010 at 5:12pm by JoAnneMor

As we speak, the oil in the Gulf of Mexico still spews. As a matter of fact, it is flowing wide open. Yesterday, they removed the second dome they had said was there to contain the flow. They say the replacement for this one will be attached in four to ten days. You would think they they would have the replacement dome available before they remove the current one, but that is not the plan.

We mentioned in our article "Bombshell Expose'", there is evidence these domes are a research experiment intended to collect methane crystals and data, not necessarily to contain the flow of oil and gasses.That is definitely part of it, judging by the live feed. A lot of instruments, meters and what appears to be memory cards, as well as the admission the dome has Methane Crystals building up inside. The article about Carbon storage and the need to research Methane Crystals being done at UChicago Argonne, indicates this is the opportunity to collect those Crystals.

It was also the opportunity to use the stockpiles of Corexit dispersants.

All the usual big players and a few radicals with start-up companies made fortunes on all ends of this disaster, from stocks, to clean-up and biofuel investments, Federal grants and Obama's agenda included.

There were multiple agencies, both Federal and private who neglected or purposely overlooked warning signs. Many who were entrusted with inspection and oversight never even read the permit application, or design. They subbed out inspections to companies who did not have the capabilities to carry out an inspection.

The Gulf itself is targeted to be an Algae farm and all the big players are now rushing into start-ups and investing in biofuels.

Our oil, refining, gas and coal industries are under attack. He is not transforming the world off of fossil fuels, just the USA. O is contributing to offshore drilling, refining and mining in other countries. He is redistributing our wealth. Not among Americans, though. He's transferring out of the country to Brazil, Venezuela, Nigeria, China, Russia, Indonesia & other "less fortunate" countries.

Before I get ahead of myself, I'd like to put the events in a chronological order, from beginning to current.

The team and I have been very busy.

The Beginning:

Weeks before the alleged accident, I say "alleged" because there has never been an investigation, they are still setting up committees, many stock sales in BP took place.Tony Hayward sold his stocks in BP. Goldman Sachs sold theirs. Even Obama's trust group sold their stocks in BP, all by March 31st.

Tony Hayward

BP chief Tony Hayward sold shares weeks before oil spill
The chief executive of BP sold £1.4 million of his shares in the fuel giant weeks before the Gulf of Mexico oil spill caused its value to collapse.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/oilandgas/7804922/BP-chief-Tony-Hayward-sold-shares-weeks-before-oil-spill.html

Goldman Sachs
http://moneycentral.msn.com/ownership?Holding=Institutional+Ownership&Symbol=BP


Vanguard Windsor II, (Obama's trust)
http://www.twawki.com/?p=6768

[Obama's $85 debunked but Sachs and Windsor confirmed]
ConCen: Goldman Sachs sold $250 million of BP stock before spill

On April 9th, Haliburton bought a rig fire extinguishing company called Boots & Coots.
http://www.thestreet.com/story/10722752/halliburton-buys-boots-coots.html

As far back as February, that well was having problems. MMS and BP knew about it.

Cracks Show BP Was Battling Gulf Well as Early as February
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-06-17/bp-struggled-with-cracks-in-gulf-well-as-early-as-february-documents-show.html

The Fight:

The guy who designed the well was also running the project. I understand he was arrogant and refused to acknowledge flaws or recognize warning signs.

The day of the blast there was a fight between the designer /manager of rig and the job boss. I understand the job boss wanted BP manager to kill the well. The manager refused. There were rocks and rubber coming up through the pipe and the pressure was immenmse. The rubber is assumned to have come from a flange. That flange is crucial to the seal that keeps gases and oil apart.

When BP manager refused, job boss took his crew and left by chopper. That was six hours before the explosion.

The fight.

Heated Argument on Rig Preceded Explosion by a Few Hours
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704717004575268302434395796.html

The problems well was having

Deepwater Horizon worker claims oil rig leaking weeks before explosion
Oil worker told the BBC's Panorama programme that both BP and Transocean, who owned the rig, were informed of the leak
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2010/jun/21/bp-oil-spill-deepwater-horizon-leak

As I stated in the intro, I believe nobody read the actual permit application. The specs are for a shallow well and requirements are for pressure far below what was encountered in this deep water well. The permit is signed and stamped by MMS, so obviously they didn't read it or they would have caught the discrepancies. At least I hope they would have. BP never read it either .. They must know the difference between a shallow and a deep water pressure difference.

Permit application (PDF)
http://www.drillscience.com/bp/BP%20Permit%20Application%20to%20MMS.pdf

The response:

Initially, the fire was hosed with water from fire boats. We all know the rig finally sank and took 11 men to their graves with it.

The rig blew up on April 20th. Obama announced on April 29th he was sending SWAT teams to inspect the rest of the rigs. There was never a release of any information from their alleged investigation.

Obama did evacuate the other rigs and since then they have all been idle.


Obama sends SWAT teams to rigs (vid).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aegI9YCM0oA

That took nine days which ended up being short time for the wait from this administration. Since then, Obama has not waived the Jones act to allow foreign ships in to help. He has not taken advantage of offers of help from not only other countries, but people right here in the US who offer solutions.

We know two scientists/engineers who have submitted ideas to BP, without ever getting a response other than a computer generated ID number.

The administration has obstructed Jindal to the point of dereliction of duty. They hemmed and stalled with his permit applications. They only gave him 4 out of 22 permits requested. They stopped his berms. They called his boats back in to inspect for safety vests.

Media Blackout:

There is a media black out going on. Reporters have been arrested for defying BP security. Cameras confiscated. In the water, CBS was turned away and refused access to spill.

One woman was trying to collect samples to use in research for microbes she was developing. She was stopped by security on the beach, She was decontaminated. They confiscated her samples and camera and detained her for 4 hours.

The USCG is maintaining a No-Fly zone over the Gulf. Even Anderson Cooper from CNN spoke out about the media blackout:

Anderson Cooper on media black-out on Gulf.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXsmLMV1CrM

Here is another of a reporter being hassled and denied access.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p-bVE_Su5U

Blame Game:

As you may have noticed there is much blaming going on. Obama blames BP. Bp blames MMS, MMS blames BP, They all blame Bush.

Meanwhile, BP has hired a PR firm. MMS has gone into hiding, which helps Obama defy courts on moritorium. MMS has changed their name, shut their website and re-directs calls to voice mails.

Obama has control of a $20 billion dollar slush fund/shake-down. He hired his pay Czar to be independent oversight. Yet no big claims are being paid. The small ones to victims are even being negotiated or blatantly reduced without negotiations. Some are not paid at all, citing red tape requirements.

Anyhow, they all blame Bush, even though Bush has been gone for almost 2 years and the Permit was approved by Obama's MMS and BP's engineers in Feb.

Refusing Help:

We wrote and documented how the administration was refusing offers of help in our "Bombshell Expose". There were fifty skimmer ships the Dutch offered, several the Saudis offered and a Norwegian ship all refused. They gave many excuses from complaints they were going to be charged for their service to union objections. They finally let the A Whale in, but so far have found many excuses to keep it out of service.

Who's in Charge?:

That is a tough one! Obama says he is in charge. Thad Allen says Coast Guard is in charge via DHS. BP says they are in charges. That is until they point fingers at each other.

I do know that people can't reach MMS, get booted off beaches by BP security, get sent away on the water by both BP security and Coast Guard. The inspectors are another mystery, although Spongedocks did find a Norwegian company that operates out of Houston, who provide contracted inspections.

The Dispersants:

The dispersants being used are toxic. I know the EPA recently released a report stating the dispersants were "Slightly toxic". That is like being slightly pregnant! You are or you aren't!

Here is an independent analysis:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gq65E7rmO_k

vid sent to me by fellow trooper. This sampling was done in Louisiana and sent to an undisclosed lab. "Undisclosed" for obvious reasons.

If you read Bombshell, you will know the companies that make Corexit and the profit Goldman, BP, Blackstone, Berkshire Hathaway, Nalco, UChicago Argonne made from this you will see why they used this particular brand. They were all invested in the company and University. There were Federal grants involved as well as stimulus funds that went into this industry.

Dispersants hold the oil below the surface. This way you can't see it from the air. It is toxic. It depletes oxygen out of the water/. Once caught in a stream or loop, it reconstitutes into plumes.

They were spraying from boats, but have since begun arial spraying. This creates air quality issues. EPA says tests show moderate health concerns with air 50 miles from Gulf oil spill.
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/07/08/epa-says-tests-moderate-health-concerns-air-miles-gulf-oil-spill/

Tests have also shown Methane in Gulf "astonishingly high" http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE65L6IA20100622

With 1 million gallons of dispersants in Gulf, worries mount Great links on right also.
http://article.wn.com/view/2010/06/08/With_1_million_gallons_of_dispersants_in_Gulf_worries_mount_3/

Leaked Corexit Info
http://beforeitsnews.com/story/98/069/San_Francisco_Chronicle:_Leaked_Corexit_Information.html

The Algae:

Another industry that benefits greatly is the biofuels industry. We went into this in detail in our article "Startling Revelations". In that article we outline how all the major players like Gore, Strong, Obama, Soros, Buffett, BP and all the major energy industries are investing in biofuels. Partly because they were forced to. Partly because there is Federal money, big money, being granted to the industry and partly because they know Cap and Trade will be their cash cow.

We detailed how the Great Lakes, Chesapeake and The Gulf of Mexico are prime cultivating locations. The Great lakes is seeded. The rivers carry the fertilizers and pick up more, then empty into the Gulf and into Chesapeaks. These are ideal growing habitat for Algae. This is also why there is activity and major investments going on concerning these locations.

There is a a whole new industry being born in the Gulf, but at the same time, this industry is destroying every other activity and life in the Gulf. Between the toxins, Methane gases and oil, it is creating a dead zone. The oxygen is being depleted. The animals are being poisoned and suffocated. The shorelines are destroyed. The tourism, fishing and way of life for the residents is being eliminated.

The Moratorium:

You all know Obama wanted a six month moratorium on drilling, refining, or pumping of oil. He lost the bid in court then again lost in court on the appeal.That hasn't stopped him though.

He has made it so MMS is inaccessable. Obama knows the rigs will just go somewhere else. As a matter of fact, Diamond Offshore is the first to go. They are on their way to Brazil. Diamond Offshore cited the contract violation of Obama's moratorium as the legal way to dissolve the contract.

It Begins… First Oil Rig Relocates From Gulf to Foreign Waters
http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/07/it-begins-first-oil-rig-relocates-from-gulf-to-foreign-waters/

This moratorium will destroy the economies of the oil states as well as the Gulf states. These communities depend on the oil and refining companies. Their whole economies will fail.

Obama has empowered the EPA to go around the court order too. He has EPA suspending refining permits.
http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/epa-closes-122-texas-refineries-andpetrochemical-plants/blog-366521/

Environmentalists:

Anyone noticing how quiet the environmentalists are? Aren't the Whales in the Gulf as important as the Japanese Whales? How about those Dolphins? Sea Turtles burned alive not an issue?

What about the poor air quality 50 miles in? Not a word about the high level of toxins. Rarely even a picture anymore of oil coated Pelicans.

I hope the enviro-groups realize Obama is not saving the world from fossil fuels. He is only moving it overseas.

Brazil got Billions. China just invested Billions in refineries in Nigeria. Indonesia received industry grants.

BP Fisherman: Oysters are All Dead
http://tinyurl.com/3xrvqlgrt [dead link].

Gulf toxicologist: Shrimpers exposed to Corexit “bleeding from the rectum”
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/gulf-toxicologist-shrimpers-in-contact-with-corexit-bleeding-from-the-rectum-dispersant-ruptures-red-blood-cells-causes-internal-bleeding-video

More Evidence Of BP Corexit Chemical Rain Blowing Into Fort Worth Texas
http://www.prisonplanet.com/more-evidence-of-bp-corexit-chemical-rain-blowing-into-fort-worth-texas.html

Venezuela:

Has anyone even heard Venezuela's government has seized control of 11 oil rigs owned by U.S. Not a word from Obama! Barely a mention by media.

Venezuela seizes oil rigs owned by US company
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100624/ap_on_bi_ge/lt_venezuela_oil_rigs

What can we do?:

I don't have all the answers for that question, but I do know we have to start getting very loud. We have to realize our numbers, strength and the fact that we are actually the majority.

We need industry leaders to not be afraid of backlash. Have to have energy execs start leading their people instead of submitting to the agenda., Patriots have to get all over the politicians.

The general public has to consider defying restrictions. Get some pics, some footage and some samples.

This is where I need everyone's help. We need some actionable ideas.

Shameless Plug:

Tonight some of my team members and I will be on blogtalkradio. We are guesting on Vicky Nissen's show, Snoopchick.

Join me Sunday at 5p.m. PST 8 pm ET... 2-Hour special report on what's REALLY happening in the Gulf and WHY?

The Snoop Chick on Blog Talk Radio
http://www.Blogtalkradio.com/vickynissen

If you can't make it for the show, please listen to the podcast when you do have time. It will be recorded and available for the week.
http://digg.com/world_news/Gulf_of_Mexico_Oil_Spill_Chronology_of_a_Catastrophe
http://www.blogster.com/joannemor/gulf-of-mexico-chronology-of-a-catastrophe

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07-12-2010, 10:46 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-12-2010, 10:14 PM by h3rm35.)
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RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
I personally believe this is about slant drilling into a reserve in Cuban waters, and creating a military zone in the GOM...

more to come...
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07-12-2010, 06:11 PM,
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You know, this is just crazy. To think that TPTB would even think about turning the Gulf into a huge algae farm and using the conveyor system to transport it? Did I understand that correctly? Whichever one of the elite thought this up is a complete Moran. It does make me wonder though about the Doomsday Vault and if this in combination with GM seeds is the purpose. Until now I assumed the GM seeds was the only reason.

It would explain much like why Big Oil has endorsed the "green" policy. Why non have really done much to stop or help it. Why they would allow such stupidity of drilling a well there and so deep. Why the largest of the Great Lakes is now private owned.
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07-12-2010, 09:55 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-12-2010, 09:56 PM by h3rm35.)
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Who owns lake Superior? This is the first I've heard of it.
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07-12-2010, 10:04 PM,
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I just checked out Greenpeace, nothing about the shrimpers, the dead rig workers, the human carnage or the toxic air. But they have some shots of oily ducks and a big campaign for subsidized clean energy. Even their default comment avatar isn't human, it's an Al Gore drowning polar bear icon. Polar bears can't drown, they float effortlessly since their fur is hollow. I wonder how many of these sucked in wanna be greenies working so hard for Greenpeace knows who this organization colludes with and is apartied to. Maybe if they did realize it they would put forth their efforts to real environmental action instead of being corporate shills.

Any comment on the methane crystal storage dome connection? That was a new one for me.
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07-12-2010, 10:17 PM,
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"Polar bears can't drown, they float effortlessly since their fur is hollow."
that doesn't mean they can't drown.

"Any comment on the methane crystal storage dome connection"
must've missed that. what connection?
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07-12-2010, 10:36 PM,
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RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
On the privatization of the Great Lakes:

Great Lakes Compact agreement (based on free trade) opened up privatization in 2008
http://cglg.org/projects/water/Agreement-Compact.asp#Annex%202001%20Implementing%20Agreements
http://planetsave.com/blog/blog/2009/09/08/the-great-lakes-whose-water-is-it-anyway/
http://books.google.ca/books?id=OO00SIEHB8IC&dq=Great+Lakes+Ownership&printsec=frontcover&source=in&hl=en&ei=lYU7TJPBKpG-sQOj_M3aCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=11&ved=0CEIQ6AEwCg#v=onepage&q=Great%20Lakes%20Ownership&f=false
http://www.glc.org/about/glbc.html

This 1990 study shows a great deal ~40% of private ownership of the Lake Superior even then. Although it's kind of cryptic.
http://www.nrri.umn.edu/lsgis/metadata/own.htm

This only has to do with the resource of water though. It seems Nestle has exercised their private rights to the water already.

NASA studying Algae Blooms in Great Lakes
http://www.dispatch.com/live/content/science/stories/2007/09/25/sci_Eriealgae.ART_ART_09-25-07_B4_7H7UMMK.html

Obama Taps Cameron Davis As Great Lakes Czar
Obama appoints lesser known "Chesapeake Bay Czar" prior to appointing "Great Lakes Czar". Chesapeake Czar J. Charles Fox
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/06/04/obama-taps-cameron-davis_n_211315.html

Joyce Foundation's interest in Great Lakes and Everglades
http://www.joycefdn.org/content.cfm/think-big

It doesn't mean [polar bears] can't drown -- well ok, touche.

Quote:We mentioned in our article "Bombshell Expose'", there is evidence these domes are a research experiment intended to collect methane crystals and data, not necessarily to contain the flow of oil and gasses.That is definitely part of it, judging by the live feed. A lot of instruments, meters and what appears to be memory cards, as well as the admission the dome has Methane Crystals building up inside. The article about Carbon storage and the need to research Methane Crystals being done at UChicago Argonne, indicates this is the opportunity to collect those Crystals.

Here's the quote from Bombshell Expose

Quote:you will see the Dome they were allegedly using to "try to block the spill" was a lie. It was never intended to stop the oil flow.

It was an experiment being conducted for another project.:
Science magazine features Mines hydrates research

GOLDEN, Colo., Oct. 12, 2009 – Science magazine has published a paper by Colorado School of Mines doctoral graduate student Matthew Walsh, and faculty and co-directors of the Center for Hydrate Research (CHR), Carolyn Koh, E. Dendy Sloan, Amadeu Sum, and David Wu — “Microsecond Simulations of Spontaneous Methane Hydrate Nucleation and Growth.”

The article was recently featured on "Science Express," the magazine’s web site that highlights selected articles that will appear in upcoming print issues.

Wu explains gas hydrates as vast untapped energy reserves found in the ocean and the permafrost that are also a potential storage medium for hydrogen fuel or sequestering carbon dioxide. Hydrates currently pose the greatest challenge in the delivery of oil and gas in pipelines, which can be plugged by the formation of hydrates, he said. The Mines research reported in Science helps explain how hydrates form, and could eventually lead to ways to control their growth.

"Methane hydrates form at high pressures and low temperatures, and have an unusual crystalline structure in which water molecules form cages around individual methane molecules, " Wu said. "How such complex structures form is notoriously difficult to study since the process of nucleation is a rare random event that happens in a few nanoseconds and at a random location over a few nanometers."

This study was supported by the National Science Foundation-Renewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center and CBET Division, the U.S. Department of Energy and the Mines Hydrate Consortium, which is presently sponsored by BP, Champion Technologies, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Halliburton, Multi-Chem Group, Nalco, Petrobras, Schlumberger, Shell, SPT Group, StatoilHydro, and Total.

http://www.mines.edu/Science-magazine-features-Mines-hydrates-research-
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07-12-2010, 11:01 PM,
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Sorry, just got back home again. Nothing like daddy dos and honey dos all at the same time, lol. I'd protest but I'm outnumbered, out sized, and could easily be out sourced.Confused

I see FastTadpole has already answered the question on privatization of the Great Lakes. Actually much better than I could have. They tried this in South America (calif based company) a few years back and it led to an uprising from desperate people thirsting to death. Here in the US though it looked like a band of evil rebels trying to usurp good God fearing, USA friendly people in government. Don't ya just love corporate news. Sadly though, here in the USA, it would work as most are too distracted and willingly ignorant.

When one first reads this story line it seems ridiculous at best, crazy at worse, yet there is too much evidence to support that this may just very well be their plan. It does fit the MO of Problem, Reaction, Solution, I just don't think they have thought this out very well. Their children as well as ours die with us... as do they. Then again, GM fish have been patented and who knows what has not. I wonder if however they considered the Krill?

As always FastTadpole has submitted excellent work. Thanks.
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07-12-2010, 11:10 PM,
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"It doesn't mean [polar bears] can't drown -- well ok, touche."
that doesn't make the greenpeace avatar any less stupid though.

thanks for the clarifications.
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07-13-2010, 12:08 AM,
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Quote:Bombshell expose'. The real reason the oil still flows into the Gulf of Mexico.
Added: Sunday, May 30th 2010 at 10:48am by JoAnneMor

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As you know, the Deep Water Horizon has exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. It has been spewing oil from a ruptured wellpipe for over a month.

BP and the US Government has said they are trying everything possible to stop that multi million gallon oil from continuing to flow into the Gulf.

I am about to dispute that claim and offer an expose' as to why that story about them doing everything possible is a lie and a profitable enterprise to those who would make money from this disaster.

The Top Kill method was started and suspended several times. It was being attempted only half heartedly. The reason is, there is no money to be made with a solution that simple.

The real money is in the use of dispersants.

There is a company called NALCO. They make water purification systems and chemical dispersants.

NALCO is based in Chicago with subsidiaries in Brazil, Russia, India, China and Indonesia.

NALCO is associated with UChicago Argonne program. UChicago Argonne received $164 million dollars in stimulus funds this past year. UChicago Argonne just added two new executives to their roster. One from NALCO. The other from the Ill. Dept of Educaution.

If you dig a little deeper you will find NALCO is also associated with Warren Buffett, Maurice Strong, Al Gore, Soros, Apollo, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs, Hathaway Berkshire.

Warren Buffet /Hathaway Berkshire increased their holdings in NALCO just last November. (Timing is everything).

The dispersant chemical is known as Corexit. What it does is hold the oil below the water's surface. It is supposed to break up the spill into smaller pools. It is toxic and banned in Europe.

NALCO says they are using older and newer versions of Corexit in the Gulf.. (Why would you need a newer version, if the old one was fine?)

There is big money and even bigger players in this scam. While they are letting the oil blow wide open into the Gulf, the stakes and profit rise.

The Dolphins, Whales, Manatees, Sea Turtles and fish suffocate and die. The coastal regions, salt marshes, tourist attractions and the shore front properties are being destroyed, possibly permanently.The air quality is diminished. The Gulf of Mexico fishing industry is decimated.

All to create a need for their expensive and extremely profitable poison.

Some friends and I have compiled extensive articles and reports to support this claim.

Thank you:

Sir_Templar. He brought this to our attention and hs supplied links and articles.

Spongedocks. She tirelessly searched through mountains of information & supplied valuable links & resources..

Bobbi85710 She has contributed links articles and uncovered the Stimulus funds.

The Research:

'This is NALCO:

http://www.nalco.com/index.htm

Goldman Sachs was part of a three-pronged group that purchased NALCO:

http://bit.ly/8Z3Ai6

Buffett’s Bet On Water, NALCO (NLC is trade code):

http://www.istockanalyst.com/article/viewarticle/articleid/3095068

'Blackstone, Apollo and Goldman Sachs to acquire Ondeo NALCO' (COREXIT 9500):

http://bit.ly/bVHQkR

The Milken Institute - Leon Black of Apollo Management LLC (i.e. NALCO): http://bit.ly/vJLz

BP plc, Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs, NALCO Holding Co., Halliburton Co:

http://yhoo.it/amEhiS

The Chicago, NALCO, Arab, Blago, Rezko Connection:

http://bit.ly/d88x31

Obama's Economic Adviser Buffet,= Berkshire Hathaway Inc - NALCO Holding Co:

http://bit.ly/ati3AL

NALCO and the China Connection:

http://bit.ly/daKYmk

'NALCO eyes doubling of sales in China:

http://bit.ly/bi7BZw

Berkshire the second-largest shareholder in NALCO:

http://bit.ly/cvHDAl

Company Profile 'NALCO Holding Co:

http://bit.ly/9qeTkd

'96 "partnerships with enviro products thru 2010"! Attendees: Gore M. Strong & NALCO:

http://is.gd/ctV7p

Gore/Strong EPA Conference '96:

http://is.gd/ctVfN
BP Embraces Exxon’s Toxic Dispersant, Ignores Safer Alternative
It has been confirmed that the dispersal agent being used by BP and the government is Corexit 9500 , a solvent originally developed by Exxon and now manufactured by Nalco Holding Company of Naperville, IL. Their stock took a sharp jump, up more than 18% at its highest point of the day today, after it was announced that their product is the one being used in the Gulf. Nalco’s CEO, Erik Frywald, expressed their commitment to “helping the people and environment of the Gulf Coast recover as rapidly as possible.” It may be that the best way to help would be to remove their product from the fray. Take a look at some of the facts about Corexit 9500:

A report written by Anita George-Ares and James R. Clark for Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc. entitled “Acute Aquatic Toxicity of Three Corexit Products: An Overview ” states that “Corexit 9500, Corexit 9527, and Corexit 9580 have moderate toxicity to early life stages of fish, crustaceans and mollusks (LC50 or EC50 – 1.6 to 100 ppm*). It goes on to say that decreasing water temperatures in lab tests showed decreased toxicity, a lowered uptake of the dispersant. Unfortunately, we’re going to be seeing an increase in temperatures, not a decrease. Amongst the other caveats is that the study is species-specific, that other animals may be more severely affected, silver-sided fish amongst them.

http://www.protecttheocean.com/gulf-oil-spill-bp/

Here is the Stimulus money:
Awards in Lemont , Illinois

Below are the stimulus contracts, grants, and loans in this city. You can click on an award to read (and add to) its description. You can also discuss the award and vote on whether you are satisfied with it or not. For a more local view, you can drill down to awards in a particular city. Just choose a city from the following list.

The total of cost of all the projects submitted by Lemont is $164,030,462.00
Type Description Amount City State Jobs Vote
Contract This is a Time-and-Materials task order in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the Basic Contract DE-EM0000156.… $305,550 Lemont IL 1 -1
Contract Argonne National Laboratory manages a variety of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)-funded projects, which will create jobs and help… $163,724,912 Lemont IL 19 25
http://tinyurl.com/252mhnh
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LEMONT , IL
UCHICAGO ARGONNE, LLC

Contract: $163,724,912 - Department of Energy - May. 22, 2009

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NALCO is associated with Exelon and Com Ed. (Ayers' father was CEO of Com Ed.)

Com Ed hired a CEO form NALCO and a director from Dept of EDU. Isn't B. Ayers w/Edu?

http://www.chicagobusiness.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?id=22533

Pay close attention to UChicago Argonne. They control Fermi, as well as other majopr energy industry connections.

http://research.uchicago.edu/uc_anl_centers.shtml

ComED & Exelon are connected to NALCO through UChicago Argonne.

All areconnected to Fermilab. That stimulus millions to Lamont is funding all these connections.

They even hire each other's executives.
ComEd names 2 new outside directors

(Crain’s) — Commonwealth Edison Co. has appointed two new outside board members as the utility continues to seek to distance itself from parent Exelon Corp. in the ongoing controversy in Springfield over future electric rates.

Added to the ComEd board are Edward (Ted) J. Mooney, former CEO of Nalco Holding Co. in Naperville, and Jesse H. Ruiz, partner in the law firm of Gardner Carton & Douglas LLP and chairman of Illinois State Board of Education. The appointments were effective Oct. 16.

http://www.chicagobusiness.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?id=22533

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This is NALCO India. It's in Brazil, Russia & China.= BRIC.There is also a plant in Indonesia. (There are a couple articles at this link.

http://www.topnews.in/companies/nalco

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A Few Words About Nalco

Please note the date of article Nov. 2009.(Timing is everything).

"It is no wonder why Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is the biggest shareholder."

http://dailyreckoning.com/a-few-words-about-nalco/

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If you read this article carefully, you will see the Dome they were allegedly using to "try to block the spill" was a lie. It was never intended to stop the oil flow.

It was an experiment being conducted for another project.:
Science magazine features Mines hydrates research

GOLDEN, Colo., Oct. 12, 2009 – Science magazine has published a paper by Colorado School of Mines doctoral graduate student Matthew Walsh, and faculty and co-directors of the Center for Hydrate Research (CHR), Carolyn Koh, E. Dendy Sloan, Amadeu Sum, and David Wu — “Microsecond Simulations of Spontaneous Methane Hydrate Nucleation and Growth.”

The article was recently featured on "Science Express," the magazine’s web site that highlights selected articles that will appear in upcoming print issues.

Wu explains gas hydrates as vast untapped energy reserves found in the ocean and the permafrost that are also a potential storage medium for hydrogen fuel or sequestering carbon dioxide. Hydrates currently pose the greatest challenge in the delivery of oil and gas in pipelines, which can be plugged by the formation of hydrates, he said. The Mines research reported in Science helps explain how hydrates form, and could eventually lead to ways to control their growth.

"Methane hydrates form at high pressures and low temperatures, and have an unusual crystalline structure in which water molecules form cages around individual methane molecules, " Wu said. "How such complex structures form is notoriously difficult to study since the process of nucleation is a rare random event that happens in a few nanoseconds and at a random location over a few nanometers."

This study was supported by the National Science Foundation-Renewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center and CBET Division, the U.S. Department of Energy and the Mines Hydrate Consortium, which is presently sponsored by BP, Champion Technologies, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Halliburton, Multi-Chem Group, Nalco, Petrobras, Schlumberger, Shell, SPT Group, StatoilHydro, and Total.

http://www.mines.edu/Science-magazine-features-Mines-hydrates-research-

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Special Report on BP plc, Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs, Nalco Holding Co., Halliburton Co., and Domestic All-Star Paradigm Oil and Gas, Inc. (PDGO)

May 2, 2010 3:01 PM EDT

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA -- (MARKET WIRE ) -- 05/02/10 -- http://www.EnergyStockAlerts.com is a premier source for microcap and blue chip research and commentary.

The scale and carnage of BP's recent oil spill disaster continues to grow on a daily basis. The Wall Street Journal, citing industry experts, on Friday estimated the size of the continuing oil leak at 25,000 barrels a day (up from the U.S. government's Thursday estimate of 5,000 barrels a day). BP shares have fallen 12% since the disaster.

The accident has forced President Barack Obama to put on hold politically sensitive plans to expand offshore U.S. oil drilling . In March, President Obama unveiled plans for a limited expansion, in part to try to win Republican support for climate change legislation. The White House announced Saturday morning the President will travel to the gulf coast today to get an update on efforts to contain the massive spill.

Yesterday news reports that several banks (including Goldman Sachs, GS and Citigroup, C ), recommended buying BP shares. They argue investors are over reacting since the April 20 explosion.

Yesterday oil giant BP (BP) released news that it has tested the dispersants (manufactured by Nalco Holding Co. (HAL)), on Friday night and authorized it's use on a larger scale. BP also added, it is looking for additional suppliers to begin manufacturing the material in mass quantities.

http://tinyurl.com/2cachel

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The day after the rig blew, there was a Symposium on alternative energy. The Keynote speakers were none other than John Holdren and Ray Lahood. (Timing is everything):
Chicago Summit To Address Four Key Challenges

Clean water; carbon, energy and climate; urban sustainability; and global health to be discussed April 21 to 22
March 25, 2010




On April 21 to 22, engineering, government, non-profit and business leaders from across the United States and abroad, as well as local high school and college students, will convene at Chicago’s Fairmont Hotel as the Illinois Institute of Technology and Chicago Council on Science and Technology present the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenges for the 21st Century: Chicago Summit 2010. The Chicago Summit is designed to stimulate the engineering, science and policy advances needed to address four key “grand challenges” facing the United States: clean water; carbon, energy and climate; urban sustainability; and global health.

Among the many notables to attend the summit will be U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, assistant to the president for science and technology, Dr. John P. Holdren, and the Haitian Ministry of Health’s Marie Denise Milord.

http://www.wwdmag.com/Chicago-Summit-To-Address-Four-Key-Challenges-newsPiece20381

The summit was held as scheduled: Rig blew April 20, 2010. Summit next day.



http://www.iit.edu/grand_challenges/program/pdfs/GC_Program_Singles.pdf

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This is a hodgepdge of articles:



http://www.thestreet.com/find/results?q=nalco&search.x=0&search.y=0&ct=&sb=d

Some examples:
Statement Regarding Disclosure Of Information About COREXIT ...
By GlobeNewswire 05/28/10

.

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10769717/1/statement-regarding-disclosure-of-information-about-corexit.html
Nalco Releases Additional Technical Information On COREXIT
By GlobeNewswire 05/27/10

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10768572/1/nalco-releases-additional-technical-information-on-corexit.html
Funds for Cleaning Up After BP
By Don Dion 05/26/10

Cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico is good for business for a diverse collection of companies dedicated to this and other types of environmental efforts.

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10767546/1/funds-for-cleaning-up-after-bp.html
Why George Soros Is Buying Westport Innovations
By Eric Rosenbaum 05/25/10

Westport Innovations nabs a major investor in the first quarter: George Soros.

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10766495/1/why-george-soros-is-buying-westport-innovations.html
Nalco Statement On May 24 EPA Press Conference On Dispersant Use ...
By GlobeNewswire 05/24/10

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10765543/1/nalco-statement-on-may-24-epa-press-conference-on-dispersant-use-in-the-gulf-of-mexico.html
Professor Buffett's Spring Cleaning
By Don Dion 05/21/10

Buffett has made a few interesting tweaks to his portfolio, including scaling back Berkshire's position in Kraft by more than 20%.

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10763249/1/professor-buffetts-spring-cleaning.html
Nalco Statement On EPA Analysis Of Sub-surface Dispersant Use ...
By GlobeNewswire 05/20/10

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10762894/1/nalco-statement-on-epa-analysis-of-sub-surface-dispersant-use.html
Got Water? RealMoney.com ($)

PHO offers lets investors dip into one of the most crucial and overlooked commodities in the world.

http://www.thestreet.com/p/rmoney/etf/10763316.html
Nalco Releases Sales Impact Of Gulf Response
By GlobeNewswire 05/17/10
http://www.thestreet.com/story/10758977/1/nalco-releases-sales-impact-of-gulf-response.html

Nalco States Medium-term Financial Objectives
By GlobeNewswire 05/17/10

http://www.thestreet.com/story/10758978/1/nalco-states-medium-term-financial-objectives.html
http://online.wsj.com/article/PR-CO-20100419-904462.html seems the wall street journal is chasing this too

http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-0131-confidential-20100129,0,1995965.column rahm and nalco

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1829823/posts Pelosi's husband

http://www.nationalsummit.org/speaker-fyrwald

http://www.dailyherald.com/story/?id=143358

http://www.executivesclub.org/ABOUTUS/ClubLeadership/BoardofDirectors/tabid/67/Default.aspx board of directors of the executives club of chicago

http://www.economics.wsj.com/participants.php?facilitator=fyrwald


Chairman President and CEO
NALCO HOLDING CO (NLC)
Headquarters: NAPERVILLE, IL
Chemicals And Allied Products


In 2009, J. Erik Fyrwald received $5,620,847 in total compensation. By comparison, the average worker made $32,048 in 2009. J. Erik Fyrwald made 175 times the average worker's pay.


http://www.nalco.com/aboutnalco/governance.htm

http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/business/nalco-plans-subsidiaries-to-boost-business-diversification_100300968.html

http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2010/5/23/869241/-BP-Wont-Change-Dispersants-In-Oil-Spill-Despite-EPA


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And finally this:

Ying Yeh looks for new challenge, hopes to help clean China
By Zhang Qi (China Daily)
Being in the limelight is nothing new for Ying Yeh. As the first Chinese woman appointed the global vice president of a Fortune 500 company and the minister-counselor for Commercial Affairs in the US, Ying Yeh has received plenty of accolades.

But what surprised many was her recent decision to leave behind her successful 12-year career at Eastman Kodak and join Nalco, a virtually unknown US company.



http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bw/2009-05/18/content_7785331.htm

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So there you have it folks.

The wellpipe rupture was a "Convenient" accident. The officials have no intention of stopping that oil spewing into the Gulf. They scammed us with the Dome experiment. They used the Top Kill method as a ruse to make us believe they were trying something. I'm sure they had many calls to use a method that has been around for decades and being used successfully many times.

It's all about the profit.

This expose has shown Who, what, when, where and why, the dithering.

It's about the dispersements, the stimulus, the billionaires who are vested in NALCO, the scientists who are all onboard with the green agenda, Chicago and blatant deception.

Always follow the money!

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Obama blaming BP:

Obama blames BP and orders probe

http://english.aljazeera.net/news/americas/2010/05/20105231713717747.html

Pelosi blaming Bush:

http://tinyurl.com/249e2n2

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In the meantime, we all now know the truth.

Greed, corruption, conspiracy, fraud and deception are where the blame lies. From the top down is involved.

Remember, you cannot redistribute fishing/shrimping industries, tourism, ocean front property, boating. That wealth will have to be destroyed.

They are poisoning our Gulf for personal profit!.

It's not just about dispersants. It is about the profits, investments, the Stimulus, the short selling of stocks, the chemicals and the greed.

There is money to be made in the crisis, not just in the oil.

All the players, including BP are into a lot more than oil.

Follow the money!

http://www.blogster.com/joannemor/bombshell-expose-the-real-reason-the-oil-still-flows-into-the-gulf-of-mexico
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07-13-2010, 03:33 AM,
#26
RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
Good find. Thanks
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07-13-2010, 05:13 AM,
#27
RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
Just upped the audio archives from roundtable discussions and interviews with Joanne Moretti and the research team up to the tracker.

Blog Talk Radio: What's Really Going On? The Gulf Oil Spill Disaster
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=18231

Also available here.
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07-14-2010, 12:54 AM,
#28
RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
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07-14-2010, 04:53 PM,
#29
RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
Upped this yesterday:

65 Rarely Published Photos of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Gusher
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=18240

Shortwave posted some more good articles and links to audio on the tracker (I even missed a couple) in the comments section:

Audio

The Intel Hub on American Freedom Radio for July 10th 2010.
Hour One: Greg Evensen and AC Griffith giving their views on the Gulf Oil Crisis.
Hour Two: Censored Gulf news with Dr. Chris Pincetich of http://www.seaturtles.org

http://www.youtube.com/user/ProjectGulfImpact

http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=18213

June 21 Rense interview with Dan Gonzales.
Dan Gonzales said that moving companies in FL are reporting that they are booked solid and have never seen this much business. He said people are starting to leave FL in droves...
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=18063

Wiles - High methane levels
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=17747

Stadtmiller and Lindsey Williams
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=18120


Stadtmiller- Methane Info at 73:00
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=17732

Vyzygoth- Robt Denton - Oil Wells
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=17579

Robby Noel - "Respirators Only Spread Hysteria"
http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=18146

Articles / Updates from Republic Broadcasting

Doomsday: How BP Gulf disaster may have triggered a ‘world-killing’ event
http://republicbroadcasting.org/?p=9627

Hundreds Of Fishermen Missing Checks From BP
http://republicbroadcasting.org/?p=9589

Massive tar ball from BP oil gusher comes ashore in Northeast Texas, Coast Guard just predicted no oil for area; “Safe to swim”
http://republicbroadcasting.org/?p=9562

Department of Homeland Security to take control of spill response website
http://republicbroadcasting.org/?p=9536

How the ultimate BP Gulf disaster could kill millions
http://republicbroadcasting.org/?p=9175
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07-15-2010, 01:50 PM,
#30
RE: Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Dead Zone: The Algae Biofuels and Carbon Exchange Agenda
Quote:The Gulf oil disaster truth
By Wayne Madsen
Online Journal Contributing Writer
Jul 13, 2010, 00:22

(WMR) -- From environmentalists and wildlife specialists to fisherman and businessmen along the Gulf Coast the message is the same: BP is not only strangling the news of what is actually occurring in the Gulf of Mexico with the oil disaster but has co-opted key federal regulatory and oversight agencies to advance its agenda and that of its oil partners, including Halliburton, Anadarko, and Transocean.

The most hated individual in the Gulf is President Obama’s national incident commander, Thad Allen, who retired as Coast Guard Commandant on June 30. Allen is viewed as being too close to BP and there are local reports that long before the Deepwater Horizon explosion on April 20, Allen was discussing future employment at a senior level with BP.

[Image: sign-1.jpg]

The logistics of the oil clean-up is being criticized because of the over-dependence on deepwater oil skimmer boats. No procedures are in place for using skimmers that can operate in shallower waters of 1 1/2 to 2 feet. There are a number of boats that could be used for shallow water skimming being tied up in port and not being used by BP.

Fishermen who have experience in rescuing sea turtles enmeshed in fishing nets are not being used in turtle rescue operations. In fact, they face arrest if they even touch an endangered turtle.

Some 3,000 fisherman remain idled by the oil disaster and most have not been hired by BP. Idled fishermen were told by BP that they would be called when their help was needed. However, later BP told them that many would probably never be called. However, BP has hired an army of contractors and sub-contractors who are spending plenty of “flash money” to assuage some local businesses. However, WMR noticed while driving to Venice a large number of seafood distributors and restaurants that were shuttered.

Those hired by BP to clean up beaches and waters are not permitted to wear respirators and many are becoming sick, even coughing up blood. This editor, while driving to Venice, began to experience burning and watering eyes, a condition that lasted hours after returning to the west bank of New Orleans.

The disinformation being promulgated by BP is being accentuated by a number of local TV reporters being “embedded” with Coast Guard units in the waters off the coast and in the marshland and estuaries. Furthermore, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), accused by many local environmentalists and fishermen of being complicit in the cover-up of bad news, has issued a report claiming that tests of 600 fish caught in waters “near the edge of the oil” have proven negative for chemical toxins. Fishermen interviewed by WMR said the claim is ludicrous since there are no fish in the waters in the oil zone or near it.

Gone from the waters of the Gulf off Louisiana are grouper, snapper, amberjack, tuna, and even the small colorful blenny, which normally feeds at oil rig pylons in the Gulf and is found only in the Amazon basin, in addition to the Louisiana Gulf waters.

The Gulf waters are slowly being turned into a hydrocarbon soup of dispersed oil bubbles that is translucent black in color. Fishing boat owners whose boats have been used for clean-up efforts are suffering fiberglass hull damage from hydrocarbon penetration and BP has informed the owners that their boats will have to be destroyed afterwards and their hulls ground up. However, even boats not being used for clean-up will be destroyed with no assurance that BP will compensate the owners.

NOAA is also reportedly sitting on bathymetric maps of the Gulf sea floor that shows a massive fissure on the sea floor that is located 7 miles from the Deepwater Horizon site. The fissure is leaking 120,000 gallons of crude a day, along with methane gas.

The Corexit-dispersed oil has seeped under booms set up to protect Lake Ponchartrain, which lies north of New Orleans. Dead fish and tar balls have now turned up in the lake.

Further out in the Gulf and along sensitive refuges like Elmer’s Island, massive fish kills are being reported by local residents. The Coast Guard and BP have established a no-fly zone over Elmer’s Island, a major bird sanctuary.

In addition, local fishermen said that nurseries in the Gulf, responsible for producing 40 percent of America’s seafood, are being destroyed by the oil and the chemical soup created by the mixing of oil dispersant Corexit 9500. Corexit is breaking down the crude oil into small oil bubbles and a watery oil mixture that is seeping under the booms set up to protect sensitive fish nurseries, oyster beds, and other pristine areas. Many Atlantic fish species also spawn in the Gulf and they are also threatened by the oil disaster.

Even barnacles, one of the most resistant sea creatures to extreme situations, are dying in vast numbers, along with sponges and coral.

[Image: oil_spill_claim-3.jpg]

Near Venice, Louisiana in Plaquemines Parish, is the old Civil War fort of Fort Jackson. A national historical site and park, Fort Jackson has been turned into a major base for joint BP-Coast Guard dumping of Corexit on oil in the Gulf. WMR witnessed five helicopters carrying suspended white bags of Corexit out over Gulf waters. Hastily-erected signs at the entrances to Fort Jackson warn that the site is closed to visitors because of “construction.” Fort Jackson actually serves as a major base of operations for BP and Coast Guard activities. The Obama administration, which has stated its commitment to “open government,” is engaged in what amounts to semi-covert BP-Coast Guard operations in the Gulf.
http://digg.com/world_news/The_Gulf_oil_disaster_truth
http://onlinejournal.com/artman/publish/article_6106.shtml

There a great charade going on. A lot of it misinformation. Truth mixed with lies. You almost have to use an instinctive compass and take it all in to see the truth. I use motive as a marker. I ask why more than who. I follow the money where I can when I can. I do the math. You really have to think like these corrupt bastards in government, corporations and banks and see what is best for them to set you on the correct path.

After countless hours reading documents from their respective camps. Their actions, relationships, words and money all point to the same thing which is quite clear to me now. To shift public opinion to accept carbon taxation, set up their carbon exchanges and sequester public grants, subsidies and tax breaks. They are shifting out oil production and bringing in more expensive proprietary technology like wind, solar and biofuels (algae, corn, agricultural and municipal waste). Along with that they're setting up carbon credit schemes like CCS and carbon farms. The big banks are funding them, the oil and tech companies are branching off divisions and creating countless publicly subsidized start-ups. They already have the market cornered already. They have their patents in place. That's the developed world.

In places like Africa, South America, India and China they're using and pushing old cheap reliable fuels like coal and oil so they can catch up to the developed world and seize power by bringing them up a notch in all aspects while bringing developed nations down a few notches. There cannot be one nation that demonstrates an alternative or the illusion of the one true way disappears and collapse like the house of cards it is. One nation cannot have power to question the world authority.

The point is to instill Chinese style rule they tout as a model for the rest of the world. To bring all nations into subservience and all cultures down to the lowest common denominator of freedom. One bank, one currency, one religion, one corporation ruling as one dictatorship for the entire world.

The sooner people realize this. The sooner we can work on creating an alternative to counteract this system of the ultimate oppressive tyranny they are trying to usher in.

Global governance will only consolidate power (banking, military and law) to unelected officials giving people less of a voice in how their lives are run. We are not livestock or a monoculture crop. Humanity is a diverse mix of culture and philosophy that doesn't fit a predeterminate box.
From caaronwood (tracker side):
Quote:I'm stumped as to why, if they are all about conquering the planet, would they poison it first?

They BP, Shell, ExxonMobil, The UN, The Banks, The Government, The Stock Exchanges and the tech companies don't see it that way. They see it as geo-engineering. Every move they have made has been to kill the Gulf in order to mould it into a giant algae farm for biofuels. The corexit kills the sea life and turns it into fertilizer. The oil and benzene creates an ecological disaster that only enhanced biodegredation can clean up. Their solution is waiting in the wings for the right time. They'll buy up land on the cheap or have people evicted. The fertilizer runoff from corn production (ethanol) will creat synergy. They'll try to get public funding to clean up the spill and finance their projects. They'll get whopping amounts of carbon credits in the process.

Here's the plan in their own words. Although I mentioned it earlier, this bears repeating:

Quote:Big oil eyes algae to solve biofuel problems

EurActiv.com, 29 July 2009 - Oil giants such as Shell and ExxonMobil are pouring millions of research funding into algae in the hope that the technology can solve environmental problems associated with intensive crop cultivation for biofuels. Raffaello Garofalo, executive director of the European Algae Biomass Association (EABA), outlines the potential and challenges of algae in an interview with EurActiv.

With ethanol and biodiesel coming under fire for driving up food prices and putting biodiversity at risk, the EU has committed to 'second-generation' biofuels as a cleaner alternative.

Algae grows best in seawater, which comes in virtually unlimited supply, the Italian points out. And the micro-organism seems to be particularly fond of polluted seawater, which helps it grow at exponential rates.

"In all polluted sea places, there is a phenomenon which happens naturally called eutrophication, which means there is an over-growth of algae," says Garofalo. "Precisely because pollution brings excess nutrients to the algae and therefore they grow exponentially."

The idea, he says, is to feed the polluted water to the algae via transparent plastic tubes, using what industry specialists call a bio-reactor. The algae absorb the pollution as a nutrient, and the water can then be returned back to the ocean cleaner than it was when it entered, he explains. In the meantime, the algae grow into biomass, which can be used for biofuels.

US oil major ExxonMobil recently launched a $600 million research programme in cooperation with Synthetic Genomics, Inc. (SGI) to develop, test and produce biofuels from photosynthetic algae. "While significant work and years of research and development still must be completed, if successful, algae-based fuels could help meet the world's growing demand for transportation fuel while reducing greenhouse gas emissions," said Michael Dolan, senior vice-president of ExxonMobil.

Shell launched its own research project in December 2007 to study the commercial viability of selected algae strains at a Hawaii-based facility. "Algae have great potential as a sustainable feedstock for producing diesel-type fuels with a very small CO2 footprint," said Graeme Sweeney, Shell's executive vice-president for future fuels and CO2. "This demonstration will be an important test of the technology and, critically, of commercial viability."
http://www.euractiv.com/en/innovation/eaba-promises-challenges-algae-biofuels/article-184482

The MSM and most of the alt media is looking the wrong way on this one as to why. They've uncovered some of the smaller deals in dumping stock and using NALCO products to make a side profit. Those are minor in the bigger scope the big payoff is in biofuels and a shift to green energy and carbon credit and taxation.

The domes were set up to study methane crystallization for CCS capture and storage. They want to have the public against big oil companies, then those same oil companies are set to reap the profits and get a free ride off of public funding. The public outcry will be shaped to move from oil to green energy where all the cronies have placed their bets.

They don't see it as killing it. It's moulding the earth to meet their agenda. I bet many of them think they are doing a good thing for humanity.
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