TV: Witness says massive cover-up of BP disaster in Gulf — Biggest fires ever in the world — More oil spilled than ever publicly admitted (VIDEO)

OMG!! I almost said unbelievable, unfortunately BP is associated with the most heinous crimes against nature and humanity so this report shouldn’t surprise anyone familiar with their track record with environmental crimes.

Published: April 21st, 2013

Title: US witness claims BP gas explosion cover-up
Source: Al Jazeera English
Reporter: John Terret
Date: 20 Apr 2013


US witness claims BP gas explosion cover-up […]

Video has now emerged that energy giant BP never wanted shown, and there have been accusations of a cover-up.


Transcript Excerpts


This fire initially was the biggest fire ever in the world. But every day we exceeded those numbers […]

[Clean-up worker Malcolm Coco] says he has evidence there was more oil spilled than has ever been publicly admitted.

“In all categories it was a massive coverup the way they presented it on the ship.”


Watch the video here



A Huge Natural Gas Line Explosion Just Lit Up West Virginia [PHOTOS]*

Matthew Boesler | Dec. 11, 2012

Reports are coming in of a big explosion in Sissonville, West Virginia (scroll down for photos and video).

Via local news outlet WSAZ:

The northbound lanes of Interstate 77 are closed in the Sissonville area, from Tuppers Creek to Pocatalico due to what’s being called a major gas line explosion.

Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper tells crews were called to what was described as a major gas line explosion in Sissonville.

WSAZ says that right now, no injuries or fatalities have been reported. A “Shelter in Place” has been issued for buildings in the area, though.

The AP reports that according to state police, several structures are on fire.

West Virginia Metro News cites Kanahwa County Commissioner Kent Carper:

“The flames are shooting 50, 75 to 100 feet. There’s fire everywhere,” said Carper reporting from the scene on 58-WCHS. “Gas company is on the scene working with emergency officials to get the gas shut off, then we’ll assess if we have injuries or casualties. At this time it’s a fairly chaotic scene.”

“Several structures are involved. The fire is so hot it’s like a blevy. It’s caused houses to melt and burn way far away,” he said. “Many structures are on fire in a large fire area stretching hundreds and hundreds of feet.”

Now, WSAZ reports that the well has been capped.

The Charleston Gazette is reporting that the fire has been put out, and the search for casualties is underway:

Crews apparently extinguished the fire just before 2 p.m. but a large amount of fumes remain in the air, said Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper.

Carper said paramedics and emergency responders are going into homes and apartments now to assess injuries or fatalities.

Bloomberg News (via the Bloomberg terminal) cites West Virginia officials confirming earlier reports, saying the gas line has been shut off, there are still no confirmed injuries or deaths, and a search is underway for victims.

Readers can also follow along via a live audio feed of Kanawha County’s emergency services scanners.


Below are five photos from Twitter. The first was posted by Charleston Gazette reporter Mackenzie Mays, who says the photo comes from Kanawha County Emergency Services:

The second photo is from Twitter user @tori_eagle:


Local news outlet WOWK posted this sobering video of the flames towering into the air:

And James Hopkins of WOWK just tweeted this photo:

WSAZ reporter Bill Murray tweeted this aerial photo, giving some perspective on the fire:

Now, this photo, which shows the site of the fire since it’s been put out, is making the rounds on Twitter (h/t @LacyNeff):

Scorched earth. Click here for live updates >

Pink is doing a great job covering the alarming increase in gas explosions on her YT channel, here’s her report on the explosive W. Virginia event

THE GREAT ABYSS – Fracking is RAPIDLY destroying America’s water tables and may lead to an EXPLOSION of BIBLICAL proportions



The locomotive size diesel engine pictured to the right in the diagram below, is used by America’s energy companies to turn incredibly huge water pumps. Pumps then force water removed from manmade Lake Meredith, down into the earth at Sanford, Texas, in order to extract large quantities of gas.

The concept of forcing water into the gas reserve, which in turn forces gas to the surface, and hopefully into pipelines, is called “water replacement.”  The fact that farmers have pumped over a foot deep of water out of the Ogalla Aquifer only accentuates the problem, by adding to the vacuum, by eventually sucking the “replacement” water down into the aquifer.

PANTEX. (where America stores most of its larger nuclear weapons) is indicated by the red dot on the Texas county map.  The image to the right is the official U.S. Geological Survey map of America’s natural gas reserves; all of which are collectively referred to as the HUGOTON PANHANDLE GAS RESERVE.  (The various colors on the map indicate the density of gas from one area to another.)

Keep in mind the gas reserve doesn’t
always follow America’s shore lines.

As you can plainly see, the entire North American Continent is perched directly on top of these reserves.  The largest of the reserves within the Hugoton Panhandle Complex is the “Panhandle Reserve,” which is located a few miles north ofPANTEX, just outside of Amarillo, Texas.  At this location this horrendous natural gas reserve is less than fifty feet below the surface of the Earth.


Due to the Panhandle Reserve being overworked since the very early 1900’s, there are now huge pockets of natural gas all around the PANTEX nuclear storage facility.  It should be noted that all that’s required to set off a nuclear device is to “surround” it with explosives that can be simultaneously set off in a controlled manner.  However, in this instance, if the H-P Reserve ever explodes it will NOT actually set off these nuclear weapons.

The results will be far more catastrophic than if the nuclear weapons were to all go off at once, because, the explosion from the reserve will  vaporize America’s nuclear weapons, and carry their radio active particles into the atmosphere, to be distributed all around the world.

Background Information:
Back in 1924, it was thought this oil and gas reserve was limited to the Texas Panhandle, and was appropriately named the Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve.  The early wells were given names based on the county in which they were drilled, such as “Panhandle, Wheeler County”, “Panhandle, Carson County”, “Panhandle, Hutchinson County”, and so on.  It was later discovered that these pockets of natural gas throughout the Panhandle were part of one giant reserve.

In addition to encompassing the entire Panhandle of Texas, it was then discovered that this giant reserve ran all the way across the State of Kansas.  Kansas had already named its portion of the reserve the “Hugoton Reserve.”  As the Hugoton and Panhandle reserves were found to be one and the same, they were simply referred to jointly as the Hugoton-Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve.

Later, it was discovered that the massive H-P Reserve runs all the way across the entire State of Oklahoma, and beyond, encompassing areas which, also had already given their portion of this very same gas reserve names.

xX Eventually, it was discovered that the H-P Reserve runs all the way north to Montana, and that for drilling purposes it was “tap-able” in almost any area along the way.  Then, at a later time, it was discovered that this same gas reserve runs up to the most northern part of Canada, as well as

all the way down to the southern most part of Old Mexico, with its width extending all the way from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, thereby encompassing the entire North American Continent!!

In other words, what were thought to be numerous separate gas reserves throughout the country, were now understood to all be part of one huge reserve, the Hugoton Panhandle Natural Gas Complex.

The following is but a partial list of names for other sections of what is now known as the Hugoton Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve: a/k/a  Powder River; San Juan; Uinta;  Paradox; Williston Basins; Sweetgrass Arch; Central Montana Uplift; the Rocky Mountains; Louisiana Henry Hub; Trenton-Black River gas play in southern New York; Western West Virginia Discoveries; Wyoming’s two hubs; and the list goes on, and on.

Some of these places pump their own replacement water into the reserve, while others pay pumping stations as far away as Sanford, Texas, and beyond, for providing their water replacement contribution, because their location HAS no water to pump.

Also, see the link to a recent article in the National Academies Press declaring (in red text about halfway down the page) that:  “Most production from the Hugoton Panhandle complex (in the State of Wyoming) is connected to, or could be connected to, the BLM helium pipeline and Cliffside storage facility near Amarillo, Texas.”  Please take note that scientists do indeed call every one of the interconnected reserves the “Hugoton Panhandle Complex” as verification to what we’ve said above..

See our link:

In effect, what we have is essentially one common gas reserve that encompasses most of the area beneath the entire North American Continent, with a commonly used process turning it into a literal bomb of unimaginable size, creating a potential disaster of Biblical proportion.

Government maintains that these sections of the reserve are not interconnected, most likely so it can allocate each section as a TAXABLE entity.  So, for TARIFF reasons it has no other choice, but to allow these “different” reserves to be treated as though they were independent. If not, issues of tax liability would arise among the oil companies.

Although the government will claim these are different reserves, and that they are not connected, a look at their own official photograph clearly shows us otherwise.

Why does it matter if they are interconnected?
Read more here: 

Possible Meteor Impact?! 2 dead – houses off foundations! 3,000 ft. blast radius

Some people in the underground weather community are calling this a meteor hit, I would like to see the hole in the ground from the impact before saying anything for sure. The San Bruno, CA gas explosion was actually a meteor hit because you could see the hole in the ground – a gas explosion blows things up and outwards in the direction of the least resistance.…

quote a witness

“sounded like a plane crashing in (my) backyard”


also worthy to note a 3,000 FOOT BLAST RADIUS!!! omg!

Not a gas leak, story from Today… March 2, 2011

it could NOT have been a propane tank.. since the witness said the tank was still giving off flame! so the tank could NOT have exploded..…