I don’t care if it’s leaking 5,000 BBLs or 95,000 BBLs or 10 BBLs per day. If the “top kill” method is the solution which is most likely to work, it should’ve been the very first thing they did after clearing the debris and extinguishing the flaming rig.
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I had the misfortune of taking a business trip to England last week. It was supposed to be quick; leave Tuesday on an overnight flight, arrive Wednesday AM, put in three long days and fly home Saturday morning. On Thursday I was made aware that the volcano in Iceland had made that unlikely, but nobody ever having lived through a catastrophe of this magnitude, we did not know what to expect.
Aside from what I’ve previously written about Marx, I keep examining his peculiar brand of “economics”. After all, it laid the groundwork for most of the past century’s public policy (and subsequent catastrophes), and pretty much all of what we’ll be forced to bear for the foreseeable future, as well. So I just can’t let it go.