Wednesday, June 5, 2013

More From Fidockave213 May Review

Well, it seems hell has come loose.  May was a month of monster tornadoes and not just in the US.  All across the globe, we're witnessing huge changes in our weather.  Record rainfall of 10 inches, high winds, softball size hail, forest fires breaking out early in the season, massive floods, earthquakes from one corner of the globe to the next, volcanoes erupting and what's up with the sink holes!

On a cosmos note, the UFO sittings around the globe are off the charts,  I guess I should ask if you've have seen one lately?  Yeah, we're not alone out here to much distance between one rock and another to think we're the only one's Pod. The Milky Way is a barred spiral galaxy 100,000 to 120,000 light-years in diameter containing 200–400 billion stars and that's where we live.  Kind of hard to imagine we're even alone in our own galaxy, maybe helps on its way but then again maybe only watching like your going to watch Fidockave213.


On a good note, though  Shell Oil is holding off plans of drilling in the Arctic. Shell’s announcement came as the Justice Department investigates 16 safety and environmental violations the Coast Guard found in late November on the Noble Discoverer, one of the company’s two Arctic drilling rigs. The other rig, the Kulluk, is the subject of a Coast Guard investigation into the circumstances of its grounding Dec. 31 off Alaska’s Kodiak Island. Shell has spent more than $4.5 billion on leases, ships and special equipment to drill off Alaska’s Arctic coast. Last year it became the first company in two decades to drill the petroleum-rich but sensitive region. Because of problems with its spill response equipment, the Interior Department wouldn't let the company drill deep enough to hit oil. Both rigs were able to drill only a partial well apiece. 

The company had hoped for permission to drill deeper this year but its series of setbacks made that questionable. Hydraulic Fracking is easier, that's not a new drilling technique, been doing this since 1960.  Just have to work on cleaning up the water we use to force the gas and oil out and GE is working on that for fracking does pollute the ground water.  Wonder how long it will be for this to show its face in North Dakota, yet another vid from Fidockave213  might be showing that.

Well,  no pun intended but wait on the weather and I'm not thinking long here that maneuvering around the ice caps for more oil exploration is in the near future because we are getting our feet wet. 


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