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Paulgswanson
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Current Residence: Jacksonville Fl
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Favourite genre of music: The relaxing kind
Favourite photographer: You know who you are!
Favourite style of art: 3d
Operating System: XPs3, Ubunto
MP3 player of choice: Archos
Shell of choice: Whats this asking exactly?
Wallpaper of choice: Steps of God
Skin of choice: Whats this asking exactly?
Favourite cartoon character: Ichigo, Naruto
Personal Quote: LIfe sucks then you die
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  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: Skinny Puppy - Optimissed
  • Reading: Media reports and engineering papers.
  • Watching: Media Misinformation Reports on the TV
  • Playing: Super Street Fighter 4 (As Vega...)
  • Eating: Milano's Nom nom nom
  • Drinking: Red Bull
You'll notice that I didn't say SPILL. It. Is. NOT I repeat...NOT a oil spill! What it is called is a WELL RUPTURE. A spill is on the surface usually out of a sinking boat... remember Exxon Valdez? Yeah THAT was a spill. However in this case the oil is coming out if the Earth...directly into the ocean. It never made contact with the Oxygen, therefore NOT A FRIGGIN SPILL!


Apparently BP fails at both a oil driller as well as a problem solver.
Ok here is an imaginary and slightly brutal corrective measure, shove BPs money in the hole along with the bodies of the ppl in charge and cover them with cement. Problem solved... jk jk


Heres what SHOULD have happened.

1.Open bypass valves on the drill bit sitting at the bottom. (so far so good At least they did THIS right)
2.Then pump mud into the new openings in the device at the bottom. WITHOUT WAITING to see if it works or not start the junk pumping this will reenforce the temporary mud cap while retaining equal pressure. (Brilliant cocept I know but even the best engineers apparently didn't get this part right. Maybe if they were so DAMN SLOW ABOUT IT, idiots...x.x)
3. Start a concrete dump before the pressure builds to high. AT THE SAME TIME!!! Drop NOT a FUNNEL (If you don't belive me, look at the initial idea behind the "fix" And then look at the first images of them dropping it...That is CLEARLY a FUNNEL for a seconds try) but a sealed sarcophagus on top. (Remember what they did with Chernobyl? Yeah do that here too...)
4. When all that done THEN and ONLY THEN can you start to build relief wells to relieve the pressure build up. And yes. you can even make money off THIS solution.

But hey what do I know? Im only NOT getting paid by the company to NOT come up with solutions that have a profit margin on the end of it. Its not like this technology doesn't already exist...Why would BP have the parts already made? If we can put sattellites into space...why can't we cap a freaking rupture on the bottom of the ocean? Its almost the same kind of environment...only its closer!

Now maybe its just me...but My above suggestion(by suggestion...I mean DO IT!!!!) ...well it seems extraordinarily obvious...

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:iconadjolly:
Tnx so wery mutch for the fav :D
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:iconpaulgswanson:
Np good stuff gets recognized :D
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:iconadjolly:
Im honored <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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Sayoshix Jun 28, 2010
Thanks for the fav! xD
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:iconpaulgswanson:
:D np mate, You get favs when yo post awesomes after all :P
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halogirl237 Apr 10, 2010  Student Digital Artist
you're a good writer, your work is very clear.
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:iconpaulgswanson:
Hey thx for that. :D It means alot!
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Shyera-wolf-Umino Mar 27, 2010  Student Artist
thamks for the fav on boom
you are the first to fav this pic here have a cookie :cookie:
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:iconpaulgswanson:
Yessssss I love cookies!!!
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Shyera-wolf-Umino Mar 28, 2010  Student Artist
:dummy: cookiessss :dummy:
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