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Oil and gas are still seeping unabated, says expert. Toxic leakage poses significant public health risks.

by Luis R. Miranda
The Real Agenda
October 10, 2011

The Gulf of Mexico disaster has not gone away. In fact, it has grown exponentially since the main stream media stopped talking about it. According to the Gulf Rescue Alliance, an organization composed of scientists, medical professionals and seafood industry professionals, among others, the problem cannot be simplified to the damage already caused by the oil spill. It is worse, much worse.

Pools of crude oil float on the surface of Gulf of Mexico waters at the site of the sunken BP/Transocean oil drill the Deepwater Horizon on April 27, 2010. Getty Images

The Real Agenda received exclusive information regarding the current state of the ongoing emergency in the Gulf of Mexico. The latest assessment performed by the Gulf Rescue Alliance reveals not only that the oil spill is still happening, but also that the Gulf of Mexico’s sea floor grew more unstable since the explosion in 2010. Additionally, analysis provided by experts like BK Lim, shows that the geohazards developed that derive from the rolling leakage of toxic matter, combined with the on-going use of the highly toxic chemical dispersant called Corexit will most likely result in the permanent decline of marine life, while posing out-of-control public health risks, just as it did after the Exxon Valdez spill where the same chemical dispersants were used resulting in a rapid decline of the marine life until, for example, the Herring industry completely collapsed and has never recovered since then.

In a letter dated 14 January, 2011 that was sent to Congressman Fred Upton, Chairman House Committee on Energy and Commerce, and Congressman John Shimkus Chairman Subcommittee on Environment and Economy,  BK Lim warned the congressmen and their committees about the current state of the sub-seabed in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). In the document, an in-depth assessment of the emergency was provided. It explains why action must be taken immediately. The evaluation of the emergency in the Gulf conducted by Mr. Lim appears credible and is based on his 30 years of experience analyzing the geologic structure of both dry land and underwater drilling sites for major oil industry companies and leading geohazards contractors such as Fugro Geodetic (M) Sdn Bhd, TL Geohydrographics Sdn Bhd, and RPS Energy Pty Ltd.

The vaporization of enormous amounts of methane hydrates on a scale not seen before, the release of stresses between the lower and upper crust resulting in the abnormal occurrences of low magnitude, shallow earthquakes adjacent to the New Madrid Fault, the sub-seabed underground erosion in the vicinity of the shelf edge undermining the slope stability with possible tsunami-generating, giant, submarine landslides,” said Mr. Lim.

As we now know, the BP explosion that cost the lives of 11 workers was not an accident, but negligence at best and a conspiracy at worst. The latest assessment from the Gulf Rescue Alliance seems to reinforce the fact that BP drilled into the Macondo well with questionable regard for the damage it would cause to the well itself, the sea floor and the marine environment down below.

“There is no question that the oil seepages, gas columns, fissures and blowout craters in the seafloor around the Macondo wellhead, observed from the ROV videos, have been the direct result of indiscriminate drilling, grouting, injection of dispersant and other undisclosed recovery activities,” details the document sent to congressman Upton on January 14 of this year. The direct result of the Deepwater Horizon’s explosion was the massive destruction of life through miles of coastline. The less than adequate cleanup, which helped worsen the disaster, condemned the area to living with tons of toxic chemical dispersants that simply destroyed the eco systems and negatively affected the health of thousands of people who live nearby and millions of others who directly and indirectly depend on the fishing, tourism and natural beauty of the marine life, wildlife and environment.

A review of the documents and news articles during the days and weeks after the underwater explosion, clearly shows that BP was attempting to buy time with various delay tactics and was unwilling to reveal the truth and magnitude of the disaster. While BP was officially battling to kill well A their contractors and other vessels went about with other covert underwater operations, many of which did not seem to be in sync with the urgency of killing “a third undisclosed well which was gushing even more oil”. For example there was this video showing a ROV brushing of the name of another oil company from a new BOP brought into the vicinity of the Macondo wells. BP Clean off Co Logo on BOP – why?on 9 June 2010.Other videos showed oil gushing from craters on the seafloor and ROV activities (blasting (demolition?), cutting and removal of well casings on the seafloor and from a hole (another well?), dismantling BOP, grouting of seafloor tens to over hundreds of meters away from well A. How could a BOP be dangling for two weeks from 3 to 16 July while BP was showing to the world’s audience the killing and capping of supposedly the only spewing well A from June till 15 July?

In fact, in early media reports animated graphics suggested 3 different leaks locations. BP admitted initially 3 leaks but conveniently reduced to only 1 later; ignoring to explain the “why, when and how”. BP had maintained from the start they had drilled only 1 well. From my analysis in early Aug 2010 I concluded BP could not have drilled only 1 well. They must have drilled 3 wells to account for all the conflicting information. See media reports here.

Videos also confirmed that even as early as May to June, oil and gas were already spewing from the seafloor as far as 7 to over 20 miles from Well A. A satellite photo on 25 May suggests a good correlation between the seabed oil spewing and with the faults and Salt Domes.

Evidently, numerous Youtube video postings not only confirm that BP and multiple federal agencies who were on the scene were not revealing all to the public, but that unknown quantities of hydrocarbons were still leaking out from the reservoir at high pressure and seeping through multiple fault lines to the seabed. “It is not possible to “cap” this oil,” reads Mr. Lim’s analysis. “Until a solution is found to seal these fissures, the hydrocarbons, including Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), will continue to leak uncontrollably”.

WHAT IS NOW HAPPENING BELOW THE GULF’S WATERS?

The document sent to congressman Fred Upton is accompanied by photos, videos and other documentation that support the concerns expressed by the Gulf Rescue Alliance. Just as a doctor with years of experience in viewing and analyzing x-rays can immediately see a fractured bone or other ailment when a laymen would not see it or understand it’s importance, Lim has years of experience in viewing underwater videos of oil and gas seepage and can quickly see and analyze what is occurring where a laymen would not pick up on it. In his letter, Lim describes what is occurring in a series of underwater videos taken by ROV’s around and near the wellhead.

In one of the videos, Well A, as it is known, appears to be releasing clouds of methane saturated seawater, gas bubbles of methane and re-crystallized methane crystals floating close to the seabed in the vicinity of the Macondo wellhead. On top of this, says the letter, it is also possible to see new fissures and a bulging seabed developing together with an already blown crater.

A second video shows how the very rope that guides the surveying ROV disappears into a dense, darkish cloud of oily fluid. Lim’s document explains how grout materials and old drilling mud that were previously taken to higher altitudes by columns of gas in the water can be seen in the video falling back onto the sea floor. These columns of gas are coming from newly activated venting fissures formed due to sea floor instability and fragility. Viewers can also see re-crystallized methane which appears as transparent and light multicolor materials floating in the water.

The third video shows the “periodic expulsion of the gas through one of the fissures on the seabed. Like geysers, the escaping gas needs to accumulate beneath the top sediment cover until the built-up pressure exceeds the combined water-column and overburden pressure just before each periodic expulsion,” explains the report compiled by the Alliance. According to images obtained from a ROV video, there are pools of tar/oil sediment all over the seafloor which are the direct result of the oil spill.

Although it is very difficult, under the current circumstances, to obtain clear footage of what is going on at that depth, my extensive training and experience in analyzing these types of situations, combined with these footages and others which I have access to, provides proof that oil and gas are still seeping unabated from the uncontrolled leaking reservoir,” warns BK Lim on his letter sent to congressmen Upton and Shimkus on 14 January, 2011.

Independently collected video footage from places like Saint Louis Bay Beach, Pensacola Beach, Santa Rosa Beach, Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge and other places around the Gulf shows large amounts of fresh Corexit foam on the beach. As Corexit can only be used to sink fresh oil within the first couple of days of it coming up out of the ground, it is yet another indicator that there is an on-going attempt to sink fresh oil below the surface. Surficial bitumen layers (oil tarballs) that made it to the water surface as recently as September 6, due to storm surge are also coming up in massive amounts. According to sources close to the Gulf Rescue Alliance, on August 18, 2011, members of EcoRigs, went out and collected surface water samples that contained crude oil which they believed belonged to the ongoing BP oil spill. They also recorded video evidence of a heavy oil slick on Long Beach Mississippi. The water / oil samples were examined by independent laboratories and the first of those samples to return from the lab on the 28th of September confirmed their concerns: the oil was BP’s and from the Macondo reservoir.

Water sample analysis conducted independently by EcoRigs shows a positive correlation to BP’s oil spill samples. “The presence of fresh BP MC 252 crude oil in surface waters 2 to 14 months after the well was reported to have been capped suggests that crude oil from the BP DWH MC 252 field may have found new pathways to the seafloor.” The evaluations conducted also reveal that the toxic chemical Corexit is now being applied to the subsurface leak located 1500 meters beneath the ocean’s surface at the wellhead. This is done with the intention of further decomposing the oil so that the smaller particles do not make it to the surface and the continuing oil spill can be easily kept from the public eye.

ANOTHER MISHANDLED DISASTER

Just as with Katrina, more than a year into the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the Federal government has shown its ineptitude to adequately solving the consequences of a major disaster. In separate documents gathered by the Gulf Rescue Alliance, more revealing details are provided about how BP and the government handled the oil spill disaster. “The blown crater at the undisclosed 3rd well was spewing more than 100,000 barrels per day. (100,000 barrels estimate was based on the quantity of oil seen on the surface). Even worse the highly corrosive mix of brine, gas and oil ingresses into every crevices and permeable sections of the formation, creating new pathways to the seafloor,” says Mr. Lim. The Alliance subscribed to the standard industrial practice of conducting a detailed seafloor survey as immediately possible, to establish the extent of the seafloor damage following the well blowout. Just as an X-ray would help the surgeon in pin-pointing and planning the most appropriate surgical procedure, such a detailed seafloor and sub-seabed scan would most certainly provide the most strategic approach to stopping the release of hydrocarbons from the beleaguered well or wells. After ignoring repeated calls for such a seafloor survey since the blowout, BP and NOAA suddenly announced such a research survey using the NOAA Okeanos Explorer 15 months later. The only logical conclusion to this late survey is:

“A seafloor survey then (within the first few months) would reveal the ugly truths about the broken seafloor and precarious salt formation they were trying so hard to hide,” continued Mr. Lim. After more than a year of grouting, patching up and destroying all critical evidence in the seabed around the Macondo wells they (BP) were confident enough, the “modified seafloor” would not be incriminating to them. According to Mr. Lim, British Petroleum was very careful not to mention the fact they had drilled 3 wells. If this fact had come out, it would have caused a bomb and they could have been indicted for drilling without permission. “That is what they fear most,” says Lim. BP was also careful to isolate drilling crews away from each other, which according to Lim,  is against safety rules because drilling need to be briefed on hazardous and technical problems encountered at earlier drilling stages. Although BP may not have expected the three wells to blow up, this was an almost sure outcome due to the interconnected shallow gas formation (which was one of the main causes of their numerous problems). Further, after urgent requests for recommendations, a formal request was made to the Coast Guard on behalf of Constituent David Fakouri with the Louisiana Economic Foundation demanding seafloor survey and damage assessment be done with a 3rd party observer, but the request was denied.

The recent seafloor survey went on to have totally different emphasis and priorities. This led geohazards expert BK Lim to conclude as follows:

The vessel’s track history seemed to suggest higher emphasis in the south-western edges of the Biloxi Dome, the southern edged of Whiting Dome and generally south of the Macondo prospects. While there may yet be geologically valid reasons for the emphasis south of the Macondo wells, the shelf edges 6 to 8 km north-west of Macondo Wells and the badly eroded north-western edges of Whiting Dome should at least be surveyed with some grid-lines (see areas P1 and P2).

BP’s vessels had been observed working for quite some time in both areas. The 22 mile long underwater plume (first denied by BP and later confirmed by many independent research cruises), was suspected to have originated from the cracks in the seafloor at these locations. By avoiding these critical areas, can the present survey investigation be truly objective and independent in investigating the truth of the Macondo Blowout?

Almost all the oil sightings are north of the Macondo wells, not south. Why did the survey deliberately (?) avoid the shelf edges north of Macondo. In March 2011, new oil spills were suspected to have come from “leaks in the seabed” north of the Matherhorn field. The shelf edges bordering the Mississippi-Alabama Shelf, appear pretty fractured with large crevices and in potential danger of sliding into gigantic submarine landslides. Submarine landslides are more effective in generating tsunami than quakes without significant landslides. Both the 2011 Japan and 2004 Sumatra Quakes had giant tsunamis due to the accompanying large submarine mass displacement.”

During the first few weeks of the disaster, there was a struggle within BP between thosewho wanted to come clean about the reality of the situation and another group that wanted to cover it up. Apparently the latter group managed to win the struggle and they decided to use the well with the least of the problems (the first and shallowest, Well A, which was drilled to about 5,000 feet below mudline) to be the one staged for the world media as the “show capping” of an oil spill. The third and bigger leak at Well 3, which the late Matt Simmons kept asserting was “the deepest well that reached the Macondo oil resevoir”, was kept out of the public limelight.

A confidential source informed The Real Agenda that credible scientific evidence has been gathered giving high probability to allegations that oil is, in fact, still leaking and that inadequate oil spill response protocols were employed by the EPA, Coast Guard and other officials at Federal and State levels throughout the disaster. According to the source, the compilation of the scientific evidence is not just an edict of worrisome errors but criminal negligence resulting in a worsened tragedy throughout the Gulf States and Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem resulting in serious human health consequences—with EPA being at the head of that mismanagement.

The source further reports that between May 2010 and March 2011 long after the reported capping of the BP well in July of 2010 the average toxicity levels in the Gulf Region waters from Texas to Florida were persisting at unsafe levels and that, in some cases, they were thousands of times higher than EPA established safety threshold levels. It was during this same period of time that federal government agencies put out propaganda saying everything on the Gulf of Mexico was safe, including seafood, air and sea water.

It has been alleged that NOAA’s testing methods were flawed resulting in the “all is safe now in the Gulf” proclamation by responsible agencies. A separate concern is the fact that BP has a $500 million fund paying for continuing studies on the after effects of the spill and use of Corexit leading to concerns by independent scientists over the transparency and availability of this information to the public. Scientists under BP or government contracts conducting studies are not permitted to publicize or discuss any of their data until delivered to their employers. With some of these studies estimated to take several years, the public won’t know the truth until years later.

On September 13, 2011 new oil was seen close to where the original BP oil explosion occurred. Due to the fact the EPA insists on using Corexit as the only possible solution to the problem, the most important issue up to this point -the dire consequences of using Corexit- are not being addressed. Corexit not only contaminates the Gulf of Mexico and the human populations established throughout, but also is ineffective remediating the core problem: cleaning the Gulf waters as fast as possible. The only thing Corexit has proven is its effectiveness to pollute the waters and the Gulf as a whole. Why then does the EPA and the federal government insist on using it? It is interesting to note that none of the official statements by either the EPA or the oil companies state that Corexit cleans up the waters. They do, however, repeatedly state that Corexit is “effective”, which misleads the public into thinking that Corexit is cleaning up the waters. What Corexit is effective at is sinking it below the surface where it is difficult to see and quantify just how much is there, and breaking it up into small particles and spreading the contamination far and wide making the potential problems of toxic exposure to both humans and all the flora and fauna exponentially worse.

EPA ENFORCES ANTIQUATED OIL SPILL CLEAN UP PROTOCOLS

On its website, the EPA mildly agrees that using Corexit as a tool to clean the Gulf has “trade offs”. The question is, where are the positives? The oil is not being cleaned, but the waters and the complete ecosystem are being contaminated. Given the Federal Government’s line of action, it seems the task at hand is to make things worse, instead of better. Even after BP requested to test on the DWH oil already-proven, effective, non-toxic alternative oil spill cleanup technologies the EPA refused to allow those alternative technologies to be utilized.

One of the most highly regarded products suggested by scientists and environmental and conservation groups is Oil Spill Eater II, which is not only approved by the EPA, but also listed as part of an official list of products for oil spill cleanup, called the National Contingency Plan (or NCP List) that have been tested and approved as workable for emergencies like the one now taking place in the Gulf of Mexico.

According to the Gulf Rescue Alliance, BP’s requests to use Oil Spill Eater II were denied by the EPA and regional federally controlled response team officials. The Real Agenda additionally received documents showing formal requests were made by the Governor of Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama to use or conduct trials on OSE II in their states. In June 2010, the EPA sent a letter to Louisiana Governor Jindal denying the use of bioremediation methods for the DWH oil. Per documents obtained by the Gulf Rescue Alliance, the letter had a number of inaccuracies and misleading statements in it, and showed a surprising lack of understanding of the natural process that mother nature follows to clean up an oil spill. This effectively took off the table all but one of the non-toxic products on the NCP list for use in the Gulf of Mexico blowout. The only non-toxic product which did not fit under the detailed description of why the EPA stated that bioremediation would have only limited value, unwittingly made the case for the immediate use of OSE II. When this was pointed out to the EPA in a subsequent letter by OSEI, the company that manufactures and distributes OSE II, the EPA ignored the letter. BP America’s Chief Counsel stated in a conference call with the OSEI Corporation, in September of 2011 that BP was not able to use OSE II to treat the oil disaster because “BP is bound by the government’s decision” —bound by the EPA mandate [to keep using Corexit]. Consequently, it is estimated by sources outside of BP that BP could “have saved an estimated $36 billion in clean up costs if they had deployed the EPA approved alternative to Corexit. Gulf Rescue Alliance members state that it is in possession of voluminous documentation that indicates the EPA arbitrarily blocks any attempt to use environmentally friendly methods to clean the Gulf and instead prefers to use Corexit with no regard for the marine life and public’s health from the now proven to be fatally toxic chemical dispersant.

The use of friendlier technologies could not have only saved the Gulf’s ecosystem in the earlier stages of the disaster, but it would have also reduced the costs of the clean-up process for both the federal government and BP itself and prevented untold damage. Instead, the disaster in the Gulf continues to endanger everything and everyone as the toxic contamination spreads, and the costs of the clean-up process -which are now estimated in the tens of billions of dollars- continue to skyrocket.

Given the EPA’s decision not to help resolve the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, community organizations such as the Surfrider Foundation and the Center for Biological Diversity have filed lawsuitsthat ask the EPA to conduct long-term studies that evaluate the impacts of Corexit on the environment and endangered species. It is expected that these lawsuits will act as a wake-up call to the EPA, NOAA and the U.S. Coast Guard, which appear to have made a conscious effort to block all alternatives directed towards the use of OSE II or any other environmentally friendly and truly effective technologies or techniques to clean the Gulf swiftly and effectively.

Luis R. Miranda is a Journalist with 15 years of experience. He is the founder and editor of The Real Agenda. Learn  more about Luis here.


About the author:

Luis Miranda is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at The Real Agenda. His career spans over 17 years and almost every form of news media. He attended Montclair State University's School of Broadcasting and also obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Universidad Latina de Costa Rica. Luis speaks English, Spanish Portuguese and Italian.

19 Responses to Gulf of Mexico Sea Floor Unstable, Fractured, Spilling Hydrocarbons

  1. Trisha Springstead

    Thanks for this Article also thanks to Trisha James, Mac McKenzie, On the Wings of care, John Walthen, Michelle Walker Harmon, Linda Whodatt Levatt and Judson of the Tallahassee Examiner, They were sitting at the coumputers for hours and tracking along with BK Lim for hours at a time and days at a time. I may have missed some but I apologize for this. Thanks to Steve Pedigo, David F, Barbara Wiseman and all the people who worked together for this. Thank You to all at the Gulf Rescue alliance. May we find common ground, bioremediation, love for our Gulf and her restoration. May our Government demand that the Oil Cartels “Make it Right”.
    BK You have almost given your life for this….Matt Simmons is looking upon you and would be so proud. Just as we are so proud to be known as “The People of the Gulf”
    Love and Prayers,
    Trisha Springstead RN MS

    Thanks you all for your concern and love for the Truth.

  2. southplaquemines

    I live in South Plaquemines Parish, I can say this. We have caught fish in the area of block 299 that have black sludge in their bellies, holes trough the wall of the bellies, & seem to have an issue with bleading, and sores, some have weird growths on them. The truth is coming.

  3. patriot9878

    If the citizens don’t started ventilating these criminals they are going to destroy the earth. If they were to inform the people about solar, wind and free radiant electricity we wouldn’t need all this oil. They could let the people grow hemp and feed the power plants and quit using mcercury poisoning coal. Power plants are a major consumer of fossil fuels and these fuels can be eliminated, because all they are doing is heating water and nuclear with all it’s waste and how much is destroyed when things go wrong it’s just not worth the risk to use it anymore.
    People have to understand when the oceans turn black because of nuclear waste we are finished. Tens of millions of people are sick from burning fossil fuels. People should consider using bicycles whenever they can.

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  5. Gary Nicholls

    How is it determined if oil and gas coming from the Gulf sea-floor is natural seepage, or the result of careless exploration or drilling by the oil companies? From what I have researched on the ‘Net, oil and gas have always seeped, in the Gulf, off the California coast, and many, many other places around the world. The Corexit was a big mistake for aquatic and human health, but that is another issue. They had millions of gallons of toxic distillates that nobody wants and they had to get rid of it somewhere. That is the real crime, and they should be punished for that, but oil will always leak from the seabed.

  6. koreancook

    some have postulated that the oil release, especially at depth, will effect the Gulf-Atlantic current, and thus affect the weather. As I understand it, the heavy saline waters up north sink and fresher warmer water rise thereby creating a conveyor of ocean water which moderates temperatures. (I know that’s a layperson interpretation…so go easy on me). Some have postulated that the oil release may have a detrimental effect on the conveyor phenomenen and lead to an ice age. Any truth at all to this theory.

  7. bk lim

    My Dear Trisha Springstead, Trisha James and all of the gulf truth activists (named above)

    America and the gulf victims should be very grateful to you and the rest of the gulf truthers working day and night treating the sick, desseminating the truth, keeping the issues alive so that the world may wake up to reality. The disaster just like the oil had not gone away but lay hiden beneath until it has built sufficient payload to burst again. You are the true Florence Nightingales of the Gulf. I can only watch from afar but sooner or later, there will be another BP’s style mega oil spill in the region where I live. No we are all not imune to these man-made disasters which are triggered by designed for mega windfalls to the elite few and woes to the masses.

    The threat is real. Their previous attempt to flood the Straits of Malacca (the busiest trade route in the world) with oil was averted inadvertently by my expose of their professional ignorance. Now after the BP disastrous blowout and the similarity in the modus operandi, I realised that was no innocent ignorance.

    Just like BP, they had planned to use existing gas hazards in the ground to blow the drilling rig only after the well had reached the reservoir. How sinister can that be? There may be more disasters brewing now in a shore near you. Wake up and smell the Corexit before it is too late.

    Namaste’
    BK Lim
    Independent Geohazards Specialist

  8. bk lim

    Gary Nicholls

    I am in the midst of an article (for the layman) on how to recognise whether it is natural seeps (defined as that occurred under natural conditions at natural rate and pattern).

    You also have a new category of apparently natural seeps which had been induced, activated or originated by oil exploration activities which might appear to be natural or argued to be natural but there are recognisable patterns. We call this group –induced Seeps.

    View in isolation or locally, it may be arguable in court. For example if there has been no oil seeps before in your area for the last 20 years and now 1 year after the Macondo blowout you find oily ground or seeps. Strangely a few others living miles apart also had similar “oil” discoveries at around the same time. Now that would be induced seeps (not natural) but the oil companies very smartly will argue any oil coming out of the ground on its own away from any drill holes or exploration activities is natural.

    But if at least 3 locations (miles apart) can be recorded with video or photo together with the oily sediment sample, then we can present a good case based on geological correlation with the seeps. Needless to say the more the better.

    It would be similar to the Erin Brockovich case where Pacific Gas & Electric had been poisoning the small town of Hinkley’s Water for over 30 years. But with modern technology, the case will be easier to prove if we got the numbers.

    Hope this answers your question.

  9. Mark Brander

    This but the beginning of the end. There is going to be a huge methane explosion and Tidal Wave that will kill millions. Furthermore it is going to trigger the New Madrid and America is going to be split in half. I am one of many who have having prophetic dreams about it. Many have been given visions and Linda Newkirk has been given prophecy about it. People will still not listen, people will not turn to God in repentance and prayer. If you are wise you will turn to Jesus with all your heart mind and soul seeking forgiveness of your sins and turning far away from them. Believing in Jesus will not save you, you must believe in the strictness of His Gospel and keep everyone of the commandments. He said that few find the straight and narrow. Sadly 99% of people gamble with their salvation…and lose.

  10. Best Disaster Prep

    We are still stockpiling water. We stopped eating fish 30 days after the explosion and will not eat fish again. The damage is far from over and I thank you for posting this article. God-Bless…

  11. Kirby Foster

    The criminals behind this should all be in jail right now.

    But since criminals run the country that won’t happen.

  12. alpha zee associates

    perhaps a well -engineered shaking and baking will sink the gulf bottom and seal it……….then the oil people can suck up the Corexit with their bodies.

  13. Zinnur Gaynullin

    Mr.Lim!
    “Until a solution is found to seal these fissures, the hydrocarbons, including Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), will continue to leak uncontrollably”.
    Solution—http://youtu.be/srghPNsq0J8
    Sincerely Zinnur Gaynullin

  14. Trisha Springstead

    Our most Beloved friend BK,
    First to address the Doomsdayers and the people who post repentance articles, I do not need repentance for I am not one of the people who creates these disasters. I do not need to be saved and I am a Buddist or Metaphysician by nature. I was raised by a Mother who was a Unity Minister so I am accepting of all religions as long as they are not “ZEALOTS” This spill is not a respector of Religion, Race, Creed or Color. There are Latinos, Vietnamese, Buddhists, Catholics, Hindus affected by this spill. So I choose to leave RELIGION out of this mix. I don’t care if someone is sick and is purple they are deserving of health care.

    Mother Nature is stronger than any Corporation and or Man. If there is not hope, then why go on. We take away all hope then why are we here.

    I believe that Mother Nature, GOD, what ever we want to call it is going to seperate the wheat from the chafe in the end.
    The one thing people need to realize is there is hope, You give up on Hope then why exist. We as a team with BK know there a solutions and those solutions are here now. Stick with BK Lims writings, you willl see.

  15. Bill

    When you look at all the crazy things our governments are doing to us and to other people around the world, there is always one thing that ties it all together…..death.

    If you think all of these things are done by accident or stupidity, think again. They are done on purpose with a purpose, to reduce the population of the planet which will allow them to usher in the world government system and lock down the population much easier. If most of us are sick and dying, we won’t put up much of a fight.

  16. Jett McBride

    You are correct. Any over abundance of harmful chemicals will disrupt the conveyer system in the oceans,our best asset.

  17. innperlenburg

    “Believing in Jesus will not save you, you must believe in the strictness of His Gospel and keep everyone of the commandments.”

    Sorry for bringing in what may seem to many to be an out-of-place religious argument, but the previous message was a well-meaning but dangerous, unbiblical mixture of half truths with the most blatant, legalistic lie and it needs to be corrected. The Bible says quite explicitly, ‘Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you shall be saved,’ with NO conditions about keeping commandments added.
    If you believe in and submit to Jesus, believing that He died on the Cross in your place, for your sins, so that you could be forgiven and have a friendship with God, He and the Father come to live within your spirit, by His Holy Spirit. He is the ONLY one who can keep the commandments – in fact He is the fulfilment of ALL the commandments. Since He fulfilled them all to the letter, HIS LIFE in you keeps them. Thinking that you can of your own volition keep the Law produces only condemnation in yourself and others. Furthermore, this kind of talk makes any sane human being who might be remotely interested in the message about Jesus, run a mile.

    The good news is all about grace; that through the Cross, you are empowered by Christ in you, to please the Father. Sins, past, present and future are all dealt with. You, in Christ, have been made the righteousness of God. Keeping your eyes on Jesus produces life. Keeping your eyes on how much YOU manage to fulfil the commandments produces death, because it comes from SELF-righteousness, which stinks to high heaven.

    Yes, we are living in desperate times; yes, there will be earthquakes, famines and plagues in various places, as Jesus said. All the beginning of birthpains. But if you want to warn people, please don’t discourage them more by telling them to attain God’s perfection in their own strength – it ain’t possible. Only Jesus, who is God, living in us, by our believing in Him, can make us acceptable to God.
    Peace

  18. The Oil Change Man

    This is a great article but rather concerning. Oil getting into the water is surely going to hurt the animals. I wish people would just take responsibility for their actions and even more so BE MORE CAREFUL about what they do.

    Let’s see what happens.

    -Jamie

  19. Leslie Crofford

    Hmmmmm. pressure cooker?

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