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An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby Nostradamus » 04 May 2010, 01:10

This claim is so absurd that I have to post it.

It seems that the oil rig that has failed in the Gulf was built by South Korea. The claim is that a North Korean submarine dove out of Cuba. The sub torpedoed the oil platform. It did not sink as hoped. The sub then rammed the rig and set out a big explosion to damage the rig causing massive failure. The people proposing this conspiracy say that it is no coincidence that the South Korean ship jun sank, that a meeting on nonproliferation is going on, that BP was about to be commended for its great environmental efforts, and the Cubans are drilling for oil with the Russians. They claim that a small thermonuclear warhead is the only way to stop the oil leak, but that doing so will ruin nonproliferation efforts when all countries will claim a need for these warheads as a means of capping deep water oil leaks.

I think that the 9/11 crowds wackiest elements must have put their heads together to come up with this one. I can't wait to see what idiotic evidence these lunatics can come up with.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby ciscop » 04 May 2010, 01:16

hahahahaha
well
at least the theories are interesting
i find their really funny
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby NinjaPuppy » 04 May 2010, 19:51

Interesting theory, to say the least.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby Nostradamus » 04 May 2010, 20:40

I forgot the biggie. Obama sent in SWAT teams and lawyers as a first response team instead of sending in engineers to fix the problem. It is possible that lawyers got there first. Way to go team.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby Craig Browning » 05 May 2010, 07:19

Silly you.. of course the Lawyers would get there first, they smelled blood & money as it blended & mingled in the air to the tune of ambulance sirens in the background :lol:

It's frightening, knowing that a hair-brained rumor (wannabe Urban Legend) has already surfaced around this thing... given the southern waters in which it all happened I'm doubting we'll see a Red Herring however 8-) (I had to say it) :lol: No, seriously, I'm wondering how many months it will take until we see "expert presentations" showing something that kindof-sortof looks like a submarine in the dark murky waters ramming the rig's peirs? Or pieces of the actual "communist" sub that have washed up on shore? Or :o Proof that the CIA planted explosives on the rig covertly over the past couple of months. . . :shock: Naaa... that won't work, it's already being used :?

The one conspiracy theory I would buy into is that a bunch of environmental zealots drove nails into things (figuratively, in that this is what they do to trees) so as to cost Obama and the Republicans support for off shore drilling programs... but hey, that would work out on other fronts as well.. .like forcing Sarah Palin to come up with another type of redneck chant not to mention an actual ENERGY PROGRAM that don't leave a funky aftertaste in your ocean... :roll:

There is a very negative racially inspired "pun" out there about the oil slick... I'll not repeat it but it has something to do with recently passed laws in Arizona :roll:
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby Nostradamus » 05 May 2010, 10:04

I think Silverstein yelled "pull it."
It was actually nanothermite.
No planers are responsible.
Green peace rammed it with a zodiac.
Never before has an oil rig sunk while on fire - never before.
Cheney is still running the NWO and the illuminati did it.

Yeah that's the ticket.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby NucleicAcid » 08 May 2010, 04:03

UFOs piloted by lizards disrupted the sun inside of the hollow Earth, which is also flat, using antigravity repulsion, causing ripples in spacetime that bounced the graviton particle beam off the oil rig's main deflector dish....oh wait...

Hey, you there. Yes, you. Read more journal articles.

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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby Nostradamus » 08 May 2010, 06:18

Great video and great suggestions on how oil rigs fail.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby formosan » 26 May 2010, 22:17

Nostradamus wrote:
I think that the 9/11 crowds wackiest elements must have put their heads together to come up with this one. I can't wait to see what idiotic evidence these lunatics can come up with.



I notice that you don't post any proof linking the theory's authors to the credentialed academics who question the official story of 911.

So you can make a totally unsubstantiated smear and no one calls you on it.

If I had more time to post here, I think I would be tempted to use a lot of unflattering adjectives to describe your attitude.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby Nostradamus » 26 May 2010, 23:35

I stand by my statement that the 9/11 crowd is a bunch of wackos including whomever you've claimed is a credentialed academic.
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Re: An irrational claim about the Gulf oil rig

Postby ProfWag » 27 May 2010, 00:29

formosan wrote:
Nostradamus wrote:
I think that the 9/11 crowds wackiest elements must have put their heads together to come up with this one. I can't wait to see what idiotic evidence these lunatics can come up with.



I notice that you don't post any proof linking the theory's authors to the credentialed academics who question the official story of 911.

So you can make a totally unsubstantiated smear and no one calls you on it.

If I had more time to post here, I think I would be tempted to use a lot of unflattering adjectives to describe your attitude.

Yet you post links to Montague Keen who, since he has been dead for several years, speaks through his alive wife and you consider that a credentialed academic? Let's discuss "unflattering adjectives" if you wish...
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