“NOAA won’t begin checking for submerged methane gases”; Top scientist says “It seems crazy”


Florida University Draws Ire of NOAA for Gulf Research, WRBL CBS 3 Columbus, Georgia, August 12, 2010:

Samantha Joye, professor of marine sciences at the University of Georgia... is puzzled why NOAA won't begin checking for submerged methane gases in the deep waters of the Gulf... "It seems crazy,'' she said. "There is no reasonable explanation as to why it's not being done. It just doesn't make sense.''

Read the article here: http://www2.wrbl.com/news/2010/aug/12/florida-university-draws-ire-noaa-gulf-research-ar-698793/

4 comments to “NOAA won’t begin checking for submerged methane gases”; Top scientist says “It seems crazy”

  • jec

    Makes sense if you DONT WANT TO KNOW! What would the result be if NOAA tests found the methane levels are 100,000 times higher than normal? Could the gas cause any problems --ignite?

  • nick

    Makes a whole lot sense if you assume the gov and BP *ARE* testing the methane and have found catastrophic results. What would be signs of this? media blackouts, diversionary (its fixed! its not! its fixed) tactics, lockdown of independent research in area, strange deaths of contractors and whistleblowers who get to close to the truth...

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