Gulf of Mexico Geo Arctic Russian research vessel

Notice all the traffic in the Gulf of Mexico, just keeping a record and asking why a Russian seismic survey vessel was just calmly reported to be there!  Is that common?  First fact;  these vessels are used to find oil.  Second fact;  Russia has recently made a deal to drill for oil with Cuba in the Gulf of Mexico (to which deal the US Administration has made no objection!), but the ship was not near Cuba, it was 200 miles west of St Petersburg,  Fl.

I also have questions about the recent Haiti earthquake, all the other quakes of late in Central and South America and North America.  Can there be any connection between oil drilling and earthquakes and tectonic plate shifting?  What about Post Glacial Shifting?   Ocean floors sinking and islands with them and new beach and land gains through uphevals in Alaska and other locations? 

What about the oil rig disaster off Louisiana and the other oil rig tipped over off theVenezuela coast, and the report from Matt Simmons on MSNBC’s Ratigan Report about another larger oil rupture “5 or 6 miles” from the one shown on underwater video camera.    Just who all is involved in these Gulf/Carribean and quake/oil events and are any of them related? If so in what ways?

This Matthew Simmons is kind of odd too, he said, way back in February, 2007, on BloombergTV that we have to #1 change our lifestyles, we’re going to have to stop traveling and stay at home and “liberate the work force and eliminate long distance travel”   #2 Let the oil prices go to $300. per barrel and  #3 go “back to living in villages.” !   What was THAT???  Mr. Simmons also believes in “Peak Oil” theory  which would account for those ideas, maybe? or maybe not. 

July 11, 2008, CNBC TV
Matt Simmons wants oil to be $300. per barrel!  Not EVER let oil prices go down again!

The following video was broadcast on Bloomberg News, Friday May 28, 2010.
In this latest video Matt Simmons wants to #1 have the military to take over from BP,  #2 nuclear bomb the oil well to stop gusher! 

Who is this guy?

Matthew Simmons, chair and CEO of Simmons & Company International, is a prominent oil-industry insider and one of the world’s leading experts on the topic of peak oil. Simmons was motivated by the 1973 energy crisis to create an investment banking firm catering to oil companies. In his previous capacity, he served as energy adviser to U.S. President George W. Bush.  Matthew Simmons believes the Club of Rome predictions are more accurate than usually acknowledged [1]. Simmons is an advisor to the Oil Depletion Analysis Centre. He is a member of the National Petroleum Council and the Council on Foreign Relations. He believes a careful assessment of Saudi Arabian oil reserves is the most significant issue shaping petroleum politics.  Simmons is the author of the book Twilight in the Desert: The Coming Saudi Oil Shock and the World Economy. His examination of oil reserve decline rates helped raise awareness of the unreliability of Middle East oil reserves as the published reports have never been verified.

AND Remember how Prez sent SWAT teams out to the Louisana oil rig?  Very odd, unless they were trained in rescue and oil well emergencies.  What could they do to save lives and stop oil from pouring into the Gulf? 

Shesh!  I’ve got a lot of questions!

March 24, 2010
Two reports from Clearwater, FL.:

Coast Guard medevacs man from Russian research vessel
by cgnews.

CLEARWATER, Fla. – The Coast Guard medically evacuated a U.K. citizen, Wednesday, at 7:30 a.m., approximately 200-miles west of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Watchstanders at the Coast Guard 7th District Command Center in Miami received notification at approximately 10:00 p.m., Tuesday, from the Geo Arctic, a Russian-flagged seismic survey vessel, that a crewmember onboard was suffering from hernia-like symptoms, 250-miles west of St. Petersburg, Fla., in the Gulf of Mexico. After maintaining communication with the Geo Arctic throughout the night, and monitoring 44-year-old Sean Kennedy’s condition onboard, the command center directed the launch of an HC-130 Hercules aircraft, and an H-60 Jayhawk rescue Helicopter from Air Station Clearwater, Fla., at 4:40 a.m., Wednesday.
After the aircrews arrived onscene at 7:00 a.m., crewmembers aboard the Hercules provided support and cover while the Jayhawk crew lowered a rescue swimmer and basket to the deck of the Geo Arctic. After safely transferring Kennedy to the Jayhawk, the aircrews returned to Air Station Clearwater at approximately 9:15 a.m. Upon landing, emergency medical personnel from Pinellas Park Fire Department Rescue 37, and Sunstar Paramedics transferred Kennedy to Largo Medical Center for treatment. Kennedy’s current condition is unknown.
“We went out about 250-miles to get to him.” said Petty Officer 2nd Class Craig Drew, the flight mechanic aboard the Jayhawk, “We hoisted down the swimmer and basket and were able to get him into the helicopter pretty quickly. We were lucky that it was pretty smooth flying out there, and the patient seemed to be doing well.”

The Police News

GC medevacs man from Russian vessel in Gulf of Mexico
The Police News
The Police News
24 Mar 2010 11:55 AM PDT
CLEARWATER, Fla. – The Coast Guard medically evacuated a U.K. citizen, Wednesday, at 7:30 a.m., approximately 200-miles west of St. Petersburg, Fla………………………………

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