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    They won't get it cleaned up before we find out.

    They don't want to.
     
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    Ah yes, a huge conspiracy involving 97% of the scientists worldwide, and most of the corperations and governments. Mini 00, don't run out of tinfoil for the hats.
     
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    It isn't the scientists I'm concerned with, its the politicians.

    Why didn't they seal it a week or two after "it exploded?" Don't tell me you believe all of that "we don't know how" crap, do you?

    The Russians do, as do most of those scientists you refer to.

    80 days later, it still spews.
     
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    The Ixtoc well was at only 150 ft., and it took longer to stop.
     
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    Wasn't talking about Ixtoc. That was a Mexican well. How many Mexican scientists are in that 97% you keep citing?
     
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    What's your source for that absurd 97% number?

    Oh yeah, that phony rigged poll that only asked AGW hoaxers.

    UK Telegraph
     
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    Mexican geologists were the people that identified the Chixalub Crater. A bit of bigotry showing there?
     
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    Right...The stupid absurd poll that the UK Telegraph debunked.

    I suppose you believe that Kim Jong Il got 97% of the vote in the last "free" election in North Korea, too. :rolleyes:
     

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