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Oilspill BY: Bob Barney

The Plain Truth

REPOSTED- Original Date: June 4

While Americans are screaming at BP, and Fox News and MSNBC is telling us that the sky is fallen and the oceans are being polluted beyond repair, most Russian peasants are asking a very simple question. “Russian peasants,” you ask? Yes, Russian peasants! Those former soviet dupes that lived under the repressive Soviet Empire, evidently have more expertise in stopping a runaway oil well undersea than the president of the United States, his best military minds, or any geologists from BP. The sad story is that Russia has over the years had many oil well disasters, many times worse than the BP spill in the Gulf. Why don't you know about these disasters? Soviet propaganda, maybe dark secret coverups? Nope, they just fixed these problems within 48 hours! Yes, 48 hours! How did the Soviets do 45 years ago, what America doesn't have the brains to do today? I really don't know!

The Plain Truth is that most military experts in America have the ability to stop this mess in about 48 hours. They know how to do it. They know it has been done many times, and they have been trying to tell the world all about it- but nobody cares to listen to them. They have tried to contact famous radio talk show hosts, all who haven't cared a whit to listen. They have tried to inform the press, to no avail, and now they are using the world wide web in an attempt to get their message out, and The Plain Truth is attempting to do this for them.

We got our first e-mail from an unnamed source from a man who identified himself as a naval explosion expert. After reading the e-mail, I frankly dismissed it as a hoax. However, because our sister site RaceRap.Com does have many military viewers, I kept thinking about that e-mail, wondering if it was a real one or not. The next day, while talking with someone whose neighbor works for the government (that's all I'll say here) informed me that the e-mail was true! His neighbor told him that everyone “in the know” has been trying to get this message out to everyone, from Rush Limbaugh to Glenn Beck. None bothered to investigate. The Plain Truth did and the following report should shock the heck out of you!

Nukeoil The simple answer to the problem we have in the Gulf is a controlled demolition type explosion, over the leak, which will cause the floor of the ocean to collapse and seal up the hole in the floor! If this seems to easy of an answer, than take a moment and follow the links in this article ans see if a simple solution is known and being ignored by our leaders! The Russian peasant can't figure out why they know what we do not know. Russia in 1966, we have reports that in Soviet times such leaks were plugged with controlled nuclear blasts underground. The idea is simple, KP writes: “the underground explosion moves the rock, presses on it, and, in essence, squeezes the well’s channel.”

Yes! It’s so simple, in fact, that the Soviet Union, a major oil exporter, used this method five times to deal with petrocalamities. The first happened in Uzbekistan, on September 30, 1966 with a blast 1.5 times the strength of the Hiroshima bomb and at a depth of 1.5 kilometers. KP also notes that subterranean nuclear blasts were used as much as 169 times in the Soviet Union to accomplish fairly mundane tasks like creating underground storage spaces for gas or building canals.

A former nuclear submarine officer and Iraq veteran has suggested that we think in radical terms in ending the massive oil spill in the Gulf coast, including using a nuclear bomb.

But the idea by Christopher Brownfield, who is now a visiting scholar on nuclear policy at Columbia University, is not as far fetched as it sounds. Brownfield says BP is less interested in stopping the leak, but in catching the oil.

BombBut the military has the tools to seal it. Soviet military used nuclear explosives on four separate occasions, beginning in 1966, to seal off runaway oil and gas wells under water, according to Brownfield. The issue is if Obama would go a route that would alienate many of his supporters on the left,” says the web blog Soda Head.

The web site NEWSER quotes Brownfield as saying, “It's like putting a 4-inch straw into a 22-inch-diameter fire hose—a sordid attempt by BP at drinking its own milkshake,” Brownfield writes for the Daily Beast. “BP appears to be just as concerned with protecting its shareholders as with stopping this catastrophe.”

“For more than 100 years, explosives have been used to break the necks of runaway oil wells, sealing them shut with tons and tons of rock.” Brownfield added.

Pravda-logo Komsomoloskaya Pravda, Russia's best-selling daily publication, has stated this idea: Why not just nuke it?

During the Soviet years, Russia's communists had to deal with numerous oil disasters and on five different occasions they employed controlled, underground nuclear blasts to quickly solve the problem.

[The] underground explosion moves the rock, presses on it, and, in essence, squeezes the well’s channel," Pravda reported.

"It’s so simple, in fact, that the Soviet Union, a major oil exporter, used this method five times to deal with petrocalamities," added Moscow reporter Julia Ioffe, writing for True/Slant. "The first happened in Uzbekistan, on September 30, 1966 with a blast 1.5 times the strength of the Hiroshima bomb and at a depth of 1.5 kilometers. KP also notes that subterranean nuclear blasts were used as much as 169 times in the Soviet Union to accomplish fairly mundane tasks like creating underground storage spaces for gas or building canals."

Weapons labs in the former Soviet Union developed special nukes for use to help pinch off the gas wells. They believed that the force from a nuclear explosion could squeeze shut any hole within 82 to 164 feet (25 to 50 meters), depending on the explosion's power. That required drilling holes to place the nuclear device close to the target wells. A first test in the fall of 1966 proved successful in sealing up an underground gas well in southern Uzbekistan, and so the Russians used nukes four more times for capping runaway wells.

"The second 'success' gave Soviet scientists great confidence in the use of this new technique for rapidly and effectively controlling ran away gas and oil wells," according to a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) report on the Soviet Union's peaceful uses of nuclear explosions.

A last attempt took place in 1981, but failed perhaps because of poor positioning, according to a U.S. Department of Energy report.

Komsomoloskaya Pravda suggested that the United States might as well take a chance with a nuke, based on the historical 20-percent failure rate. Still, the Soviet experience with nuking underground gas wells could prove easier in retrospect than trying to seal the Gulf of Mexico’s oil well disaster that's taking place 5,000 feet below the surface.

Most experts don't even think a NUKE is needed! Our Navy has non-Nuke explosives that could easily do the job in less than 48 hours! No radiation, No oil, no problems. We ask the question – Why isn't anyone talking about it. Maybe now some will

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