Monday, June 07, 2010

Further demonstration can be made of the media hatred of Democratic innovation in social content.

Since the Obama Administration has taken office, I have heard over and over and over again how violence rules Chicago youth. 

The other day there was an article in the New York Times about prison, etc. 

In response to rampant urban violence Bob Herbert featured an Op-Ed.  Please see below.

YET.  One of the greatest hopes for reforming the urban violent youth to provide for 'HOPE' in their lives a man by the name of Van Jones and his Green Jobs Economy was 'ridden' by the media in a campaign of harassment that ended his career in the White House to improve the 'chances' the youth of the inner city face everyday and within their culture of violence.

The American Media drove a man of 'Hope' out of the White House with complete disregard of his work, his hopes for the youth in the USA and what would be the result of such actions.  They got ratings, they got gratification of the 'hate mongering' and they relished the 'power' of undoing the Obama Administration at every turn.

Did they care about this country?  NO !  Resoundingly.  NO !

I could go on and on and on with examples of every kind to prove exactly the level of hatred the media has for Democratic innovation and problem solving.

THE  TRUTH.  If it doesn't serve Wall Street, it doesn't matter !

If Wall Street or the American Media don't have hope and solutions for USA inner city youth, then they need to SHUT UP, because, they are only making it worse. 

When a 'role model' and 'hero' such as Van Jones is 'shot down' by the American media it tells the young men of the inner city just how insignificant they are and how they are doomed to live within the culture of violence they were born into. 

So, don't tell me about how the Democratic innovation that can actually solve the problems of this country is treated 'as a game toy' for political volleys and Republican Fervor.  During the harassment of Van Jones there was NO  REPUBLICAN to be found because they were to busy 'obstructing' the votes of the Senate and chronically campaigning for their majority return without a single answer for the problems the USA is facing, but, plenty of rhetoric !

Strategies for the Green Economy: Opportunities and Challenges in the New World of Business

Van Jones is a globally recognized, award-winning pioneer in human rights and the clean-energy economy. Van is a co-founder of three successful non-profit organizations: the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Color of Change and Green For All. He is the best-selling author of the definitive book on green jobs: The Green-Collar Economy. He served as the green jobs advisor in the Obama White House in 2009.
Van is currently a senior fellow at the Center For American Progress. Additionally, he is a senior policy advisor at Green For All.
Van also holds a joint appointment at Princeton University, as a distinguished visiting fellow in both the Center for African American Studies and in the Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs....

...If a stranger or someone (click title to entry - thank you)  from a rival clique steps on your clean, white sneakers, or makes a crack about your manhood, or laughs at you, putting a bullet in his heart or his head is seen by an awful lot of young people as an appropriate response. This is a form of crazed thinking that needs to be confronted and changed.

Dr. Gary Slutkin, an epidemiologist who began focusing more than a decade ago on urban violence as a public health matter, has developed a program that is making progress in altering such behavior, and thus reducing the violence. Antiviolence initiatives that actually work are desperately needed to cut down on the slaughter that continues with numbing regularity, year after tragic year....

Chicago Violence: At Least 27 People Shot Over Memorial Day Weekend
First Posted: 06- 1-10 01:48 PM

At least 27 people were shot, two fatally, over the long weekend in Chicago, and police are blaming gang violence for more than half of the incidents.
Between noon on Saturday and noon on Sunday, at least 22 people were shot in the city, the Chicago Tribune reports. One of those wounded was a woman who was eight months pregnant.
"Fortunately, she only suffered a graze wound," Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis told the Tribune. "But it could have been much worse."
The violence continued through Memorial Day into early Tuesday morning, when five more people were shot in separate incidents. One of those wounded died from his injuries early Tuesday.
The Tribune reports that no one is in custody for any of the shootings.
On Sunday, Weis told reporters that half of the 15 separate shootings appear to be gang-related, including the 19-year-old's murder. He also said several victims refused to cooperate with police "which makes the job of our detectives ... far more difficult," he told the Tribune.

BP has given up on capping the disasterous human induced Oil Seep, the economy of the Gulf Coast is lost and BP's CEO is confident all with the company will be well.


It would be insane to use nuclear material for such a methodolgy.

JERKS !!!!!

It is "W"rong for the media to imply a 'nuclear option' would be the result of such a method.  FEAR.  The Americna Media will do anything to instill FEAR into the electorate when it comes to DEMOCRATS AND THEIR 'INNOVATION.'

The TRUTH is that this tragedy may never end.  That is the truth with a human induced oil seep one mile below sea level. 

That reality dictates a vastly different course of action as the actions of BP now endangers the entire health of the global oceans.

The sea bed surrounding the "exporatory" drill has to be displaced.  In order for this procedure to work the explosives have to be set at an odd number of places and not equi-distant.  The charges have to be placed at different depths within the rock and have varying levels of explosive capacity.

THE ROCK where the explosives are placed has to accounted for in calculating the amount of explosive material needed.

The more 'tight' the molecular structure of the rock the better, but, when the fisile nature of the rock increases, the more explosive material that is necessary. 

Why?  That should be fairly obvious.  The explosion will be absorbed by very fisile rock while the 'energy' from the explosion will be more distributed and be able to 'act on' the concrete and steel within in the densest molecular structure.

The USA military uses explosives all the time, including bullets in guns and cannons.  They should already have information within their 'knowledge base' of what it takes to 'act on' concrete and steel.  They can work with USGS to determine the layers of 'sea bed' that would be best to accommodate the explosives to 'close the space' at the interior of this drill hole.

There is too much methane coming through the drill hole for any conventional methods to work as well as its location one mile down.


Give me a minute.

To begin with the entire coast of Louisiana and the off shore geological content is well known to the USA military.

There has been a lot of money spent on those wetlands by the people of the USA to protect fisheries, etc.

The point is the geology of this region is well known and the seismic activity of the offshore areas is required to be well known in order to drill at all.

This region has to take top priority in national security and any and all available resources need to be dedicated to it.

Now while BP states there is no way this can be handled differently, I have a very difficult time believing that.  The 'strata' of geological layers in this picture does not illustrate the current status of the well in the Gulf.

The drill casing is made out of steel.  There is usually cement poured around it to reinforce the drill hole.  BUT, the center of this 'structural hole' is empty.  It is hollow.  It is highly vulnerable to collapse.  All that has to occur is a blast strong enough to displace the geological structure surrounding this 'hole' and the cement that reinforces the VOID of structure ENOUGH  to collapse it.

What does that mean?  Easy.

At places in the geological layers of strata surrounding the well there needs to be drilled, NO DIFFERENT THAN THE WELLS DRILLED PARALLEL TO ABANDONED OIL WELLS THAT CHILDREN FALL INTO,  holes to have placed in them highly explosive devices to be ignited to displace the concrete, steel and strata at the place of the well.

There is no reason to believe this hole is going to get any bigger than it is.  The 'induced seismic' action will dislocate the concrete, steel and surrounding layers of Earth under high PSI at one mile down and cause a collapse of the 'space' that the oil and methane gas are escaping from.  There are no ADJOINING cavities to the well to allow any methane to escape into the holes were explosive devices are placed.  And to insure the explosion don't move UPWARD rather than OUTWARD, the top of the drill holes with the explosive devices has to be sealed with the geological earth that has been removed to create them.  The PSI of the sea water and the movement of the earth itself will take care of this mess once and for all.

The DRILLED HOLES (at least four if not six or eight) have to go deep 'enough' to place the explosives and NOT, definately NOT, near the vat of oil currently ruptured by BP.  Basically, 'shake' the hole to implosion.  It is a highly viable SOLUTION to the problem.  The explosions have to be strong enough to displace the geological rock horizontally.

As the Nation's largest (click title to entry - thank you) earth-science and civilian mapping agency, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) works in cooperation with many Federal, State, and local organizations to provide reliable and impartial scientific information to resource managers, planners, and others throughout the country. This information is gathered in every state by USGS scientists to minimize the loss of life and property from natural disasters, contribute to the conservation and sound management of the Nation's natural resources, and enhance the quality of life by monitoring water, biological, energy, and mineral resources. This Fact Sheet describes some of the USGS activities in Louisiana. 

Atchafalaya Basin Management

The Atchafalaya Basin (fig. 1) in south-central Louisiana is the largest river-bottomland hardwood swamp in the Nation. The USGS, in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), is monitoring the basin to determine environmental effects of flood-management practices. Physical and chemical-related properties being monitored include continuous velocity and stage, specific conductance, pH, dissolved-oxygen (DO) concentrations, water temperature, and sediment deposition....

Louisiana has 25 percent of the forested wetlands and 40 percent of the coastal wetlands in the 48 contiguous States but accounts for 80 percent of wetlands losses....