Depopulation of the Gulf coast

Pete Tar

Senior Member.
But it IS a plan to de-populate (or at least a suggestion).

Do they think depopulate can only mean 'exterminate', as opposed to 're-locate'?

Does that mean there would be a natural reserve there instead? Be interesting to see what sort of eco-system develops without a human population to squeeze it into corners. I think 'gators would feature significantly.
It could afford an interesting opportunity to study how long until nature takes over and eradicates all traces of man.
 

Cairenn

Senior Member.
This is what the guy had said that posted that'

"To what? 50,686 holes in the GoM. Who was it that stated, "Tear along the dotted line?" This is the Continental Shelf at stake here. To hell with any 'Conspiracy Theory', let's talk about Facts. There is 40 billion dollars requested for allocation to Army Corps of Engineers to forever evacuate the Gulf Coast.... Stick that in your pipe and smoke it...oh, not possible"

This is in discussion about the sinkhole in Bayou Corne. That discussion started because someone posted this

http://beforeitsnews.com/environmen...-migration-gulf-to-la-salt-domes-2462438.html

and some of them were off into the Matt Simon's story and such.

Needless to say, he won't debate me. I don't have the background to understand all he is talking about. My gut says that an amount of it is crap. The folks there do seem to have a very real problem, and I would hate to see them led astray by a nutter. They seem to be be getting quite a runaround from the Texas Brine and the state government. I would love to know more and to be able to understand the problems better.
 

Jay Reynolds

Senior Member.
The latest from a local paper:
http://www.houmatoday.com/article/20130227/ARTICLES/130229630?p=1&tc=pg

Boudreax and Thibodeaux aren't worried. A few hundred people near the sinkhole will probably be bought out and will get on with their lives elsewhere and maybe 100 acres of land will revert back to nature, sinkhole and all. Hopefully they will get top dollar for their land and make out better elsewhere. For thse the situation is hard, but the doomsayers will eventually be silenced by time.

I am down there nearby offshore of Vermillion Block. It will likely be the coldest weekend of the year, and you can bet the folks down here are very happy to have gas flowing to their home's heaters to stay warm.

It's sad to see them talk about the Apache platform:

Apache Corporation is trying to kill highly pressured migrating gas in the Gulf of Mexico’s Main Pass Block 295 50 miles east of Venice and in BP’s wrecked MC-252 Macondo well region. http://beforeitsnews.com/environmen...-migration-gulf-to-la-salt-domes-2462438.html

Here was the situation 20 days ago:
http://investor.apachecorp.com/updatedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=740835

They were drilling. A bubble of gas came up the well hole pushing upwards. They stopped drilling. They have to kill the well for awhile and might possibly shut in the operation permanently if they cannot. If they succeed in bringing the well in they might have a very good producer from this one. They have seen these 'kicks' many times before and had plans to deal with it, backup plans and backup plans beyond that.
BESEE is watching every move, they will report any other abnormalities. Two weeks now, nothing to report. Procedures and equipment worked as planned.
End of story.

I think they have connected two things which are quite far apart. I don't have google earth, but check out the distance from 50 miles west of Venice to Bayou Corne and you will find it is quite a long ways.
 

David Fraser

Senior Member.
But it IS a plan to de-populate (or at least a suggestion).

Do they think depopulate can only mean 'exterminate', as opposed to 're-locate'?

Does that mean there would be a natural reserve there instead? Be interesting to see what sort of eco-system develops without a human population to squeeze it into corners. I think 'gators would feature significantly.
It could afford an interesting opportunity to study how long until nature takes over and eradicates all traces of man.

There are quite a few schemes like this already underway in the UK as part if our sea defence policy. The technical name for it is "managed realignment". Once sea defences are breached or just left it takes years fir the ground to develop into a saltmarsh. There are plenty of schemes in the pipeline given that we have nearly 10 million people living on flood plains, and as sea levels rise and storms increase short of invading France we are screwed. My favourite involves my home town of Hull and the plan may be to retreat from part of the city and then cut canals through the rest
http://m.nce.co.uk/5212877.article
 

Cairenn

Senior Member.
There are several folks pushing odd ideas, Deborah Dupree, is one of them, she writes for the Examiner and now it seems 'Beforeitsnews' also. There is also a guy in Malaysia, B.K. Lim that keeps insisting that the seafloor around the Macondo well is fractured. How that happens seem to vary with him, it either from the 'pressure' of the oil, or from the nuke used to seal the well, or from the 'secret' energy weapon used to seal the well. The last one goes along with that why the well blew out.

I have a couple of things I will post in that thread shortly.

Oh, and the page where I got into a brief argument with the poster about that, has now kicked me. Oh well.
 
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