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Let’s tackle the spill with intellect! May 3, 2010

Posted by CrystalHeartKazmi in Oil Spill Solution.
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Problems are opportunities.

The spill in the Gulf of Mexico is nothing to ignore, with BP and the US government working round the clock, and as per the media there is still no end in sight. I have an end in sight, call it my positivity or “can-do” or “never say never” or “impossible is nothing” attitude, but yes, I do believe it is possible, right here, right now, and I am available to work side by side with the ERT (emergency response team) anywhere they like. Think of the oil as your enemy, if you had an army, what would you do to fight an army advancing into your territory? (oil rushing to the shoreline in this case) – You’d MEET YOUR ENEMY HEAD ON, stop them in their tracks, make them retreat. That’s precisely WHAT is required right now to contain the spill, I have the action plan and will divulge details to the core team:

On handling the mess ABOVE the sea:

  • Approach 1: [SPDE] Scoop, process, detoxify, exhale with hovercrafts, frigates and submarines
  • Approach 2: Push out, use wind, military, turbine power
  • Approach 3: Play with oil, SPDE (as above) with water scooters, make it a FUN job to clean up the mess
  • Approach 4: Create disbursable chemical pellets to break the enemy by binding on and playing with surface tension
  • Approach 5: Heat blanket using ATS/BTS (above and below the surface) to break up oil using lasers ATS and ammunition / infra red / heat pellets BTS

On handling the mess INSIDE the sea:

  • Approach 1: Create new diving gear with submersible robots, go down, plug
  • Approach 2: Pump chemicals at source to mix with oil and drag it to the ocean bed
  • Approach 3: Create an underwater explosion around the site to gush up ocean sand to naturally plug the well – My simple solution is to place explosives charge at the ocean bed through the Robotic vehicles in a circular formation around the source of the leak, ballistics experts can easily guide us on the strength and placement of the charge that the silt and sand from the ocean bed can rise and like a “mini mountain” cover the source of the leak, even if it is not done 100% it will greatly reduce the size and pressure of the opening leading to avoidance of further spill and only treatment of the spill above.

These are a few of the approaches in the public domain, more with mechanics on the private domain, mail imran.kazmi@synergize.org or call +971 55 8094119 (read more about me in the sidebar or here personally and professionally)