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NBC Admits: Gulf Sea Floor ‘Fault’ Possible, ‘Potential For An Indefinite Release Of Oil’


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NBC News has finally admitted what many readers of alternative news learned several years ago, the Gulf of Mexico sea floor was possibly fractured, opening a new fault, after the BP oil-spill fiasco and now we have ‘the potential for an indefinite release of oil’ into the Gulf of Mexico. Is this ‘new’ fault somehow related to the Louisiana Sinkhole? That theory is discussed in the video below with evidence from deceased BP whistle blower Matt Simmons. BP clearly lied about everything; we now have what appears to be an ‘endless’ new leak in the Gulf of Mexico. What is really going on down there?

From NBC via EneNews.com.:

A surface slick seen in aerial photos taken on Jan. 27 near the site of the 2010 BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is more than seven miles long.

Published: February 18th, 2013 at 10:17 am ET 
By ENENews

A persistent, mysterious “oil sheen” in the Gulf of Mexico near the site of BP’s Deepwater Horizon disaster grew to more than seven-miles long and one-mile wide during a recent stretch of calm seas, based on aerial observations made by a former NASA physicist turned environmental activist.

According to [Bonny Schumaker, the physicist who now runs the non-profit On Wings of Care], scientists who have sampled the sheen on several occasions “have consistently found the presence of alpha olefiens, which is a chemical bond signature of a man-made chemical you would not find in pure crude form.”

That suggests, she explained, that the source of the sheen is “residual material coming from the wreckage.” 

In that case, it’s possible that the wreckage in 2010 somehow opened up a new fault on the seafloor. That possibility is inconsistent with BP’s findings, but would nevertheless indicate potential for an indefinite release of oil.