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Florida Could be in Serious Danger of Methane Gas ExplosionTim King Salem-News.com
Expert says this could be the beginning of a catastrophe; information people should know.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Celebrity of the science world; author and radio host Richard C Hoagland, offered a very stark review of the current situation in the Gulf stemming from BP's Deepwater Horizon incident. We are not publishing his views for the sake of being alarming. It appears to be strong information that people, particularly those in the affected areas, should pay attention to.
Draw your own conclusions. Spend time researching the developing information that is very much in the mainstream of current news.
Hoagland was interviewed on Coast to Coast this week; the YouTube clips are available below in two parts.
The pressure at the depth of the gulf well is 100,000 pounds per square inch. This is an almost too intense of a figure to comprehend. It was simply too much in the first place, and that is why the terrible accident happened. That, Hoagland says, along with some of the worst planning imaginable.
If you believe the experts, there are few answers but there are ideas that might be able to arrest the situation.
Richard is warning of a gas explosion that may occur in weeks or months resulting in a massive tsunami, which he says would travel at 400-600 MPH toward the most vulnerable coastline in America.
This he says, would sink all vessels for miles and drive the oil, toxic dispersants and gases inland within minutes.
Hoagland said, "Think Mount St. Helens -- underwater. Depth recorders have detected a gas bubble growing under the ocean floor, around the well head. If this potential bubble does not get controlled ASAP before it explodes, impending disaster could be awaiting millions of residents in the gulf states."
From the article, "Richard C Hoagland Interview - Warns of Massive Tsunami & an Armageddon Scenario":
Richard has discussed a possible Gulf "armageddon scenario" -- if the cap rock below the Deepwater Horizon's BOP finally bursts, releasing an unstoppable tsunami which could kill hundreds of thousands. To prevent this, the BP "mud logs" for the Gulf must be made publicly available. And, a Gulf network of bu...oys must monitor the situation. E-mail the White House and demand that the President make it so!
Additional background on Richard Hoagland
Hoagland appears regularly as a Science Adviser on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. Hoagland has also appeared on the BBC programs UFO Evidence & Conspiracy, and Mysteries in Space. Hoagland co-produced a radio program on WTIC (AM) of Hartford, Connecticut, The Night of the Encounter, which covered the July 14, 1965, Mariner 4 flyby of the planet Mars.[note 1] Hoagland authored the book The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever, and co-authored the book Dark Mission: The Secret History of NASA, which was ranked 21st on the New York Times Best Seller list for Paperback Nonfiction briefly in 2007.
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Tim King is a former U.S. Marine with twenty years of experience on the west coast as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor. In addition to his role as a war correspondent, this Los Angeles native serves as Salem-News.com's Executive News Editor. Tim spent the winter of 2006/07 covering the war in Afghanistan, and he was in Iraq over the summer of 2008, reporting from the war while embedded with both the U.S. Army and the Marines.
Tim holds numerous awards for reporting, photography, writing and editing, including the Oregon AP Award for Spot News Photographer of the Year (2004), first place Electronic Media Award in Spot News, Las Vegas, (1998), Oregon AP Cooperation Award (1991); and several others including the 2005 Red Cross Good Neighborhood Award for reporting. Serving the community in very real terms, Salem-News.com is the nation's only truly independent high traffic news Website. You can send Tim an email at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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