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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Methane Gulf disaster Researched Scientists say Deposits 100,000 Times worse then Average

On the 8th of June 3 weeks ago i wrote this Article

Now MAINSTREAM MEDIA is informing you i was correct and scientists have confirmed my predictions could end up being MUCH MUCH WORSE, potentially turning the Entire America's "North and South" in to a Giant Dead Zone

People really need to wake up and get their priorities arranged...
The Human Race and all life on earth is facing the worse Extinction level event in Human History and nothing is comparable in the earths history until ones goes back to Dinosaur Mass Extinctions...

At this point in time with the Science now Irrevocably proving this event "PB GULF GUSHER" has caused the very first POTENTIAL EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENT IN HUMAN HISTORY, No time can be Diverted or Wasted in Prioritizing the Fining BP, or Political Debate about who's Responsibility and Who should have access to information about the Crisis.



Wednesday, June 9, 2010

What BP Hid: Our Gulf In Peril

Todays Males Obsessed with Bread and Circuses

The Roman poet Juvenal (circa 100 A.D.) wrote regarding the way latter-day Roman emperors retained power and control over the masses that were seemingly more than happy to obsess themselves with trivialities and self-indulgences while their once-great-and-powerful empire collapsed before their very eyes. He wrote:

“Already long ago, from when we sold our vote to no man, the People have abdicated our duties; for the People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions–everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses.”

I submit that a good many in America are, like Rome of old, carelessly frittering away their God-given liberties, foolishly clamoring for nothing more than government handouts and never-ending entertainment. Millions and millions of Americans (especially males) are literally intoxicated with sports. Sports are no longer a great American pastime; they are now a great American obsession.

Mind you, this writer has been a sports fan all of his life. I began playing organized basketball in the fifth grade; I was on the high school wrestling team; I played football in high school and college; and I ran track. Still today, I enjoy watching a good NFL game (yes, I’m still a Green Bay Packers fan), a good college game when the Gators are playing, a good NCAA men’s basketball game (especially during the tournament–even more so when the Hoosiers are in it), and any NBA championship series between the Celtics and Lakers (I root for Boston). And I even like to watch a round of professional golf once in a while (it helps me go to sleep when I’m trying to take a nap). But none of the above will interfere with anything that is important, and I am not going to plan my whole universe around any of it. If it is convenient, I will watch. If it’s not, I will read about it in the sports section of the newspaper. And I’m certainly not going to spend my hard-earned money following any sports team (even those I like) all over the country like some rock band groupie.

I am not talking about sports in general; I am talking about the way many American men have allowed sports to control and dominate their lives. With many, sports are not just a hobby; they are a religion. I cannot count the number of conversations between men that I overhear in restaurants, airplanes, boardrooms, and, yes, even church houses, in which every man in the circle is literally consumed with all sorts of sports facts, information, and opinions. In many such discussions, these men will talk about nothing else. To these men, there is absolutely nothing in the world more important than the latest sports score, announcement, or trade. NOTHING!

And there is also a very real psychological pitfall associated with a man’s intoxication with sports. I submit that an obsession with sports gives men a false sense of masculinity and actually serves to steal true manhood from them.

For example, it used to be when men stripped their shirts off and painted their faces, they were heading to the battlefield to kill the tyrant’s troops. Now they are headed off to the sports coliseum to watch a football game. A man’s ego and machismo was once used to protect his family and freedom; now it’s used to tout batting averages and box scores. The fact is, if we could get the average American male to get as exercised and energized about defending the historic principles upon which liberty and Western Civilization are built as he is in defending his favorite quarterback or NASCAR driver, our country would not be in the shape it is in today.

The sad reality is that much of today’s masculinity is experienced only vicariously through a variety of sports teams and personalities. Instead of personally flexing our muscles for God and country, freedom and liberty, or home and hearth, we punch the air and beat our chests over touchdowns and home runs (even though we had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with them ourselves). Instead of getting in the face of these would-be tyrants in Washington, D.C., who are doing everything they can to steal the American dream, we get in the face of the poor umpire who makes a bad call or the Little League coach who doesn’t play my son enough. Our happiness, well-being, and mood are not determined by anything personally achieved (or lost), but by what others accomplished (or didn’t accomplish) at the ball park. Whether our children inherit a land of liberty and freedom does not seem nearly as important as whether they make the starting lineup on the football team.

Add to an epidemic obsession with sports the demand for more and more handouts from Big Brother and the outlook for liberty is not good. Everywhere we turn, we seem to hear people clamoring for government to give them more and more. They expect government to supply their every need and meet their every demand. They then have the gall to turn around and say, “God bless America: land of the free”?

Ladies and gentlemen, one cannot have it both ways. If we expect government to be our supplier, we cannot expect that it will not become our master. Always remember this: government has nothing to give except that it first takes it from someone else. Every dollar and every job that government gives is first taken from someone else. Furthermore, every job given to government is another freedom–and another dollar–taken from the citizenry. Every government job brings with it a restriction, a prohibition, a regulation, an inspection, a fee, a tax, an assessment, etc. As government grows, freedom shrinks. As government spends, wealth shrinks. And as government hires, opportunity shrinks.

Most historians agree with Juvenal that the mighty Roman Empire collapsed from within due to a morally reckless, selfish, pleasure-crazed, sports-obsessed, bread and circus society that willingly surrendered the principles of self-government to an insatiable central government that, through perpetual wars and incessant handouts, destroyed a once-great republic.

By all appearances, the bread and circus society has reared its ugly head in America. And make no mistake about it: if the people of the United States do not quickly repent of this madness, the consequences will be just as destructive for our once-great republic as it was for Rome.

Shundrallah Notes : Sports, Entertainment in general, Music and Movie Stars,
Diversions to amuse the mundane minds...
Just ask your self do you get more fired up from a TEAM? from a GAME? from a SHOW? or from your FREEDOM BEING ABOLISHED?
That says everything about what kind of person you are...
"Freedom fighter or a programed Ignoramus ? Moral Individual or Pet-Puppet ?"

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Oil Spill, 100 Football Fields and Counting, 5 Billion in damages, and no ones talking about METHANE HYDRATES!?

100 000 barrels of oil = 15 898.7295 m3

At $1000 per barrel Fines for BP that is 100million per day... day 50 5 billion
Why are they not Broke yet?
why is the Government not stepping in and proceeding with liquidation and seizure protocols?

A Rugby Field is 100 x 70 , aka 7000m2
So 2+ Rugby Fields per day are filling up with Oil in the ocean Day 50 over 100 football fields and the football players are still obliviously ignorant of the situation, still amused and distracted.

This Disaster began on April 20 2010, Day 50 and no one has mentioned the effect on Methane Hydrates...

Here is a Simple heads up WORST CASE SCENARIO

Methane Hydrates Expand 10,000 Fold in Volume when they have contact with water...
Some areas of the Ocean Floor are only protected by a thin layer of Silt...
If the OIL Soaks in to the Silt, then the current pushed the Silty Oil Blobs off the Methane Hydrates exposing them to the water... they will Expand with Explosive compression creating a chain reaction of pushing more oil soaked silt off methane exposing more Methane Hydrates to Water continuing the explosive reaction... the Clouds of Gas created in pockets rising out of the ocean will be so toxic they will kill any AIR breathing entity... and will take some time to dilute there high density methane "AKA lack of Oxygen" pockets.

Never before has this been an issue because the OIL has never made the Silty ocean floor stick together and raise like paint being stripped off so much Methane Hydrates at one time...

This is a Shundrallah Heads up Exclusive on the next big issue
"how to clean up the OIL when it has created a Silty Tar covering Methane Hydrates, without Exposing the Methane and creating DEATH POCKETS OF GAS IN THE ATMOSPHERE"