Will the BP Oil Spill Set Off A Supersonic Tsunami? by David DeGraw

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by David DeGraw
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June 18, 2010

I was sent an article yesterday that described a worst case scenario in the BP Gulf oil spill which described a possibility that sounded too horrifying to be true. The report said the BP drill site is directly over a massive underground reservoir of methane that could result in a huge explosion that would create “a supersonic tsunami” that “would literally sweep away everything from Miami to the panhandle in a matter of minutes. Loss of human life would be virtually instantaneous and measured in the millions.”

Sounded like fear mongering to me, until I saw this report from AP today:

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via Will the BP Oil Spill Set Off A Supersonic Tsunami? | David DeGraw

see also

Overlooked BP oil spill problem: Well gushes vast amounts of methane, could create Gulf ‘dead zones’ | al.com

see

Danger Deep In The Gulf (debunking the tsunami risk)

What if the BP Gusher in the Gulf is Unstoppable? by Dennis Kucinich

An Exclusive (Somewhat Apocryphal) Interview With Stephen Hawking On The BP Gulf Oil Spill Event – Horizon By Gary Corseri

Barack Obama’s Oval Office Address on BP Oil Spill and Energy + transcript

Amy Goodman on Gaza attack, BP oil spill catastrophe and Obama’s wars

Shedding light on the dark hole in the Gulf By Jerry Mazza

14 thoughts on “Will the BP Oil Spill Set Off A Supersonic Tsunami? by David DeGraw

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  3. And where is BP’s CEO? In England, on a yacht race. His concerns are really heart-warming. Bastards!

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  6. OMFG!!!!
    I do think something is way worse about the gulf ‘event’ than we are being told. Gov. hesitation may be they have to study methane problem and can’t admit it.

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