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First Video Released – Oil Spewing from Offshore Drilling Rig 5000 Feet Deep in the Gulf of Mexico

Posted on June 03, 2010 by bp complaints

100511-G-0000X-001 Crater Plume Gassing ROBERT, La. — Oil and gas stream from the riser of the Deepwater Horizon well May 11, 2010. This video is from the larger of two existing leaks on the riser. This leak is located approximately 460 feet from the top of the blowout preventer and rests on the sea floor at a depth of about 5000 feet. (Courtesy video) Source: cgvi.uscg.mil Very courteous, indeed, at www.michaelmoore.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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  1. bankots8 says:


  2. LetsFri says:

    They are Destroying Our food. They are selling Gin manipulated and radiated fruits and food as organic, and now this. This is the biggest disaster in the worlds history. why are you so retarded and fast gone into sleep. Just have a look at what people are writing? are you all Normall . 🙁 and people are still sleep!!!???

  3. HoodwinkedbyanAngel says:

    The spill is closer to 43 million dollars per day and if you Watch my videos I have proved this using Fluid dynamics

    Area times pressure = volume

    and the volume at 500 psi is 43,000,000 gallons per day and every day since day one and that is the min pressure they have ever posted according to the original press releases.

    Some estimates were as high as 17000 psi

    This is absolutly sickinging!

    These people who lie to us should be fired!

  4. SeekTruthinLight says:

    A stopped leak means NO ADITIONAL WELLS, which will generate 100’s of Billions, while buying time to salvage the busted well. There backwards thinking is guided by greed. They will cap it when they want to, unless we make them. They could use a large compression fitting and valve, but ther intrest is to recoup losses and get ahead of the red tape and investigation, a replacement well with an aditional bonus of two aditional wells, and TIME.

  5. lewislwood says:

    BP is a VICTIM of deregulation. Can you blame the guy? Cost of place pressure absorbing mud under Concrete Cap cost $ and delays production by 1-2 days wchich cost $ millions. The fine is only $75M max liability.
    So everyone blame yourselves Greed is good and he played by the Capilist rules that his lobbyist bought and paid for.

  6. andruh99 says:

    @dangerouslytalented What’s your point?

  7. jgshadel says:

    Is this the only video? If so why??? How did they get down so fast to record the gas, this looks like it just started leaking right when they started recording….

  8. trucking42witness says:

    Doesn’t this look like a Crater in the ground where the pipe was, to you. Look closely!
    If it’s a crater, what would cause it?

  9. dangerouslytalented says:

    @sagemakaiserxl Because being prepared for such an eventuality was not profitable enough to be a concern.

  10. dangerouslytalented says:

    @andruh99 … and the network has been subject to failures, like the time the Great Lakes region blacked out.

  11. andruh99 says:

    Let’s not forget the 55.73 billion kWh that Canada sells south of the border annually and rising… The majority of that is hydro-electric.

  12. andruh99 says:

    I have. Our cottage is off the grid, on solar. I’m working towards the money to convert my truck to electric.

    What we need is for everybody to start with similar plans, now.

  13. sagemakaiserxl says:

    We can get a man on the moon, break the speed of light, make nano machines, and take over 1 month to seal an oil leak the size of a mini van. Good bye 1/3? of the US fishing industry for 20-60 years.

  14. carmenlee87 says:

    I know how to fix this. They need to incert a baloon into the pipe and inflate it.

  15. bygone44 says:

    @andruh99 alright since im such an idiot, why don’t u just go out and do it. let me know how it goes 😛

  16. freedombase says:

    Tea Party Members are nobodies tools tea parties is working already one democrat and 2 rinos have been booted from office. if you hate oil sell your belongings and live in a cave

  17. andruh99 says:

    @bygone44 What are you an idiot? Should we do nothing and kill ourselves off?

    Not easier said than done. It just takes some change, which most people aren’t that good with.

  18. dangerouslytalented says:

    @vibratingstring That depends on where you are living. If you are in Las Vegas, it is pretty much all from Hoover Dam. If you are living in certain other cities, it is more likely to be coal. So having an electric car would be more beneficial in some cities than in others.

  19. dangerouslytalented says:

    @HemiChix The problem is that Reagan stopped ALL of the alternative energy programs that Carter started after the oil crisis. No more solar, wind and geothermal research, and all of the companies that were doing that research were bought up by Denmark and Japan, who are now world leaders in such technologies.

  20. dangerouslytalented says:

    @freedombase … and there you have it, one of the original oilrig truthers.

  21. dangerouslytalented says:

    @gwgn02 Teabaggers are tools of FOX.

  22. dangerouslytalented says:

    @sentrynebri so instead of the pollution going into the air after being refined, purified, distilled, and burnt in efficient engines, it is going directly into the ocean.

  23. dangerouslytalented says:

    @secoxxx in what way?

  24. dangerouslytalented says:

    @bballkydd135 no, he allowed the relaxation of regulations that led to the oil spill.

  25. muratshawn says:

    they’ll swim to us where there is a ocean between us and mexico dummy lol

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