*NEW* Bursts coming from sea floor — Far away from ROV thrusters (VIDEO)


BP live feed from Boa Deep C ROV, August 1, 2010 at 12:30 a.m. EDT:

VIEWING TIP: Try standing up and viewing from above if having difficulty seeing bursts. May also want to temporarily increase the contrast on your monitor.

Points of interest: 0:19, 0:43, 1:07, 1:20

9 comments to *NEW* Bursts coming from sea floor — Far away from ROV thrusters (VIDEO)

  • Hi everybody ! I uploaded few interesting home-made videos on my channel.
    I think everyone involved should watch them.

    Seems that they blacked-out the ROV interesting view since a couple days. (Tell me if I'm wrong.

    On my Youtube (little) channel, there is 3 or 4 short videos that might interest people seeking for good infos.

    A sonar survey shows innumerable gas pocket, another video shows official satellite data and a BIG question on the sea level at the Deepwater location.

    Take care everybody. It's getting worse.

  • Hi everybody ! I uploaded few interesting home-made videos on my channel.
    I think everyone involved should watch them.

    Seems that they blacked-out the ROV interesting view since a couple days. (Tell me if I'm wrong.

    On my Youtube (little) channel, there is 3 or 4 short videos that might interest people seeking for good infos.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/roomz22

    A sonar survey shows innumerable gas pocket, another video shows official satellite data and a BIG question on the sea level at the Deepwater location.

    And go to my VIMEO video : I demand Thad Allen to stop lying to us, and the proof that he is. (Not the first and only one, I know !)

    Take care everybody. It's getting worse.

  • OOPS ! Posted twice by mistake : sorry.

    And to FloridaOilSpillLaw : you're the best !

  • kev

    Is this true?..the well pipe is really not capped..the smaller pipe ..is open to the larger pipe that
    is capped .....and the oil is filling that pipe and anything it can breach in the seabed..?

  • jec

    It looks like the standard operating procedure is for BP ROV operators to stop broadcasting if footage shows any issues. Over the past week or so, fewer and fewer areas are shown. USCG, when asked about showing the oll spill BOP(which had been "left out" for two or so days)--said they would "look into it". THAT Lssted less than a few very cloudy minutes. Nowvideo shows just various sea floor equipment, such as a dispersant device, are shown. Not the BOP or gages on the BOP (three of which which showed sudden high and low pressure before dropping to zero a week ago)--or the BOP itself. And on some of the video, no longer can you find the geographic location/offsets-since one very smart blogger was able to identify the exact seafloor location of the seeps! Hopefully, is all innocent in the rush to correct the oil spill, but best if all the information was provided in a "transparent" manner. No one should discount the ability of the people in the affect area (Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean...??) to figure out the full scope of this disaster--they are living it!

  • ROV's Latest and alarming footage are available here :

    http://www.youtube.com/user/roomz22

    @jec, you really should take a look.

    I'm quite sure they are going to shut-down these live feeds very soon.

    I'll write Senator Markey to create a National Commission on Undersea Footage.
    It's a National Security issue here.

    We need to make these data PUBLIC. It's a RIGHT.

    If you, American, don't fight for this, no one will be able to make his own decision to stay or leave, when all hopes will be gone.

    And this is going to happen. My opinion.

    Consider leaving.

  • "5 EXPLOSION in one hour and 20 min. recording."

    Is the name of my latest video.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/roomz22

    (I've got a life, my purpose is to inform widely)

  • Betsy S.

    I've noticed in looking at ROV images that we are being shown more and more "nonsense" scenes. Where is the bubbling BOP??? Now we see images of nothing but ocean water and other images of another ROV!!! They weren't having ROVs filming eachother two weeks ago.

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