Thursday, July 8, 2010

Criminal Investigation of BP Staged Oil Spill Vital to Gulf Recovery



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    Oil Disaster The Rig The Blew up - The Untold Story

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    Documentary exploring what really happened in the first 36 hours of the biggest environmental disaster in US history - the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Featuring exclusive access and footage, the film follows the salvage team called in to save the burning oil rig Deepwater Horizon, and unravels the desperate story of the men tasked with preventing a catastrophe www.youtube.com/watch?v=So--O0g2860&feature=player_embedded Click Above to view video

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    Oil Disaster: The Rig That Blew Up was never going to win any awards for its less-than-imaginative title, and true to Five's form, this hastily cobbled together documentary about one of the planet's worst ever ecological disasters was less than brilliant.
    If you tuned in expecting an in-depth assessment of the ecological impact of the explosion of Deepwater Horizon, or a look at the subsequent political fallout and President Obama's Brit-bashing in the weeks following, you'd have been seriously disappointed.
    For this is Five, a channel which sticks Ice Road Truckers on at primetime and seems to be courting a target audience of blokes who get their kicks watching massive bits of machinery been driven around by Americans with handlebar moustaches. It takes all sorts.

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    Bad news concerning the Gulf oil disaster continues to come from WMR's federal government sources in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the US Army Corps of Engineers. Emergency planners are dealing with a prospective "dead zone" within a 200 mile radius from the Deepwater Horizon disaster datum in the Gulf.
    A looming environmental and population displacement disaster is brewing in the Gulf. The oil dispersant used by BP, Corexit 9500, is seen by FEMA sources as mixing with evaporated water from the Gulf and absorbed by rain clouds producing toxic precipitation that threatens to continue killling marine and land animals, plant life, and humans within a 200-mile radius of the Deepwater Horizon disaster site in the Gulf.
    Adding to the worries of FEMA and the Corps of Engineers is the large amounts of methane that are escaping from the cavernous grotto of oil underneath the Macondo drilling area of Gulf of Mexico.

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