Tuesday, December 13, 2005

The latest on the Buncefield oil depot fire ( Video )

Well we are over 40 hours on from the explosion and it is dificult to spot any difference in the images . judge for yourself with this video . BBC

Note the video will link you to the server of the BBC , I am not responsible for this link in any way ...


Blogger G_in_AL said...

hey bud, shoot me an email with what the hell happened. in that response to your comment, i told you I was busy.... I wasnt joking.

I have a project due out in two months, but it is seven months of work.. (lets figure that one out).

I am supposed to be getting help... but right now, it is me, one other person, and a third that is not working for me yet.

I read about this in the paper with my coffee, but didnt get much from the local papers.

December 13, 2005 2:35 am  
Blogger _H_ said...

will send you an email tomorrow G , it is 6 am so i dont have time now for much else but sleeping

it will be fortunate for you when you get some help for i will remind you again of all the thing you couldnt reply to for being so busy

I have a very good memory


December 13, 2005 6:16 am  
Blogger Hype said...

Didn't the terrorists just advise their groups to attack the oil?

That might have been in Iraq but what if this call was heard around the world?

What if the Oil Storm is about to begin?


December 13, 2005 5:57 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

Yes your correct Hype , they did

Al-qaeda' number 2 (one of the tens of thousands of number 2's of course) Ayman al-zawahri made a statement with the specific words

"I call on the holy warriors to concentrate their campaigns on the stolen oil of the Muslims, most of the revenues of which go to the enemies of Islam,"

It may be a dead lead but at this point i personally rule nothing out


http://www.bradenton.com/mld/bra...on/ 13346463.htm

I have not ruled out terrorism by any means at this point

the UK authorities acted like the american's did on saddmas WMD to start with

the US said ' we are one hundred percent certain he has them '

but they had zero percent knowledge of where they were (not very logical)

the UK said on the explosions

'we are certain it was an accident'

when nobody can even get close to the center of the fire and nobody witnessed what caused this to go up
(not very logical)

so , we really don't know what caused this yet , and there are alot of people who seem to be trying to say "we will never know what caused this" which can be seen as trying to make the issue disappear

time will tell , and the fact that the companies who own the plant have said their was 'no leaks' does make you wonder

hmmm , we shall see

December 13, 2005 7:25 pm  
Blogger Hype said...

That is one of the many reasons a war on terror is illogical.

war begets terror


December 13, 2005 8:01 pm  
Blogger _H_ said...

For the record : the fire how now been put out

so start the clock on the investigation from now ..... but dont hold your breath

December 14, 2005 3:16 am  
Blogger DJEB said...

_H_, what has this done to British oil prices? Anything?

December 18, 2005 4:58 am  
Blogger _H_ said...

Oil prices for the consumer (as yet) have not been affected , what effect it has on the global market 'seems' to have been minimal

The main impact of the explosion seems to be one of maintaining adequate supplies . Most of the fuel was Aviation and this has created problems like This

And there are the obvious concerns about the effect on the UK economy here

whether this is used as an excuse for any change on the global market is not something i would answer with confidence

It would not suprise me

But take my opinion with a pinch of salt for i dont even own a car (or drive) so i dont follow fluctuations in domestic fuel prices with much scrutiny

December 18, 2005 5:24 am  

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