June 13, 2010

Gulf oil Well spilling is coming from the earth's mantle.

The Well below is over .7 miles past the earth crust into the mantle.  Thus oil is an earth extraction, not a fossil, but more importantly, this well exploded upon entering into the mantle oil bed and has not been containable since.  The threat to our planet is one that goes way beyond the oil on shorelines and the killing of the gulf life.  If the erruption is such to push the pipe out exposing the mantle to the gulf water, a huge shift will take place like none before.




Deepwater Horizon

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Deepwater Horizon on fire after the explosion.
Name: Deepwater Horizon
Owner: Transocean
Operator: Transocean
Port of registry: Majuro, Marshall Islands
Route: Gulf of Mexico
Ordered: December 1998
Builder: Hyundai Heavy Industries
Cost: US$560 million [1][2]
Way number: 89
Laid down: March 21, 2000
Completed: 2001
Acquired: February 23, 2001
Maiden voyage: Ulsan, South KoreaFreeport, Texas
Out of service: April 21, 2010 (exploded) [3]
Identification: ABS class no.: 0139290
Call sign: V7HC9
IMO number: 8764597
MMSI no.: 538002213
Fate: Destroyed [3]
Status: Sunk at 28°44′12″N 88°23′13″W / 28.736667°N 88.386944°W / 28.736667; -88.386944Coordinates: 28°44′12″N 88°23′13″W / 28.736667°N 88.386944°W / 28.736667; -88.386944
General characteristics
Class and type: ABS +A1 DPS-3 Column Stabilized MODU
Tonnage: 32,588 t (32,073 LT; 35,922 ST)
Displacement: 52,587 t (51,756 LT; 57,967 ST)
Length: 112 m (367 ft)
Beam: 78 m (256 ft)
Height: 97.4 m (320 ft)
Draught: 23 m (75 ft)
Depth: 41.5 m (136 ft)
Installed power: 7,000 kW 11,000 volts
6 x Wartsila 18V32 9775 hp diesel engines
6 x ABB AMG 0900xU10 AC generators
Propulsion: 8 x Kamewa 7,375 hp, 360° fixed propeller azimuth thrusters
Speed: 4 kts
Capacity: Liquid mud: 705 m3 (24,900 cu ft)
Drill water: 2,078 m3 (73,400 cu ft)
Potable water: 1,185 m3 (41,800 cu ft)
Fuel oil: 4,426 m3 (156,300 cu ft)
Bulk mud: 386 m3 (13,600 cu ft)
Bulk cement: 231 m3 (8,200 cu ft)
Crew: 146
Notes: [4][5]
Deepwater Horizon was an ultra-deepwater, dynamically positioned, semi-submersible offshore drilling rig. Built in 2001 in South Korea, it was owned by Transocean, registered in Majuro, Marshall Islands, and leased to BP plc until 2013.[6]
In September 2009, the rig drilled the deepest oil well in history at a vertical depth of 35,050 ft (10,680 m) and measured depth of 35,055 ft (10,685 m).[7] On April 20, 2010, an explosion on the rig killed eleven crewmen. The resulting fire could not be extinguished and, on April 22, 2010, Deepwater Horizon sank, leaving its well gushing and causing the largest offshore oil spill in United States history.[8]......full article here

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