Monday, June 28, 2010

plans of evacuation are begining to surface online.

good morning world. i spent the weekend away from news and oil covered animals. i have to stay away from the stories or i wlll cry unstoppably and it could last all day.
this morning i see CNN has picked up the story that set me off to begin with,,dolphines.
im moving into a new computer, its the laptop and its lots faster then mydesktop.
i am having tuff mornings with RA-it takes awhile to get past the pain of moving.
its a rainy cloudy morning. ive been thinkin alot about ufos and usos. im using that interestng topic to lure me away from the news on cnn blacklisted and any other of my favs.

On June 13, SoCal Martial Law Alerts (SCMLA) predicted that Gulf states would be evacuated. “Greg Evensen, a retired Kansas Highway Patrolman, estimates that 30-40 million people would need to be evacuated away from the Gulf’s coastline (i.e. at least 200 miles inland),” SCMLA reported.

DK Matai reports that by some geologists’ estimates, the methane now escaping into the Gulf may have been part of a massive bubble trapped for thousands of years under the sea floor. “More than a year ago, geologists expressed alarm in regard to BP and Transocean putting their exploratory rig directly over this massive underground reservoir of methane. Warnings were raised before the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe that the area of seabed chosen might be unstable and inherently dangerous,” writes Matai.
“The bubble is likely to explode upwards propelled by more than 50,000 psi of pressure, bursting through the cracks and fissures of the sea floor, fracturing and rupturing miles of ocean bottom with a single extreme explosion,” Matai explains. “If the toxic gas bubble explodes, it might simultaneously set off a tsunami traveling at a high speed of hundreds of miles per hour. Florida might be most exposed to the fury of a tsunami wave. The entire Gulf coastline would be vulnerable, if the tsunami is manifest. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and southern region of Georgia might experience the effects of the tsunami according to some sources.”

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