Truely a tough subject to write on. The technology they are using seems sound, they're just not sure of other unseen damage. Let's hope they get lucky - for a change.
It's breaking my heart. It seems relentless and unending. It's sickening to think of how it affects the people and wildlife.
Buzzy: Very tough subject but I think it is on everyone's minds, so might as well look it straight in the eye.Limey: I know :( But I suppose it is much the same as gushers in the early 1900s ..??? Not much sign of long term damage here in OK with that.EVERYONE -- Don't forget to go over to Crown on The Rocks (MRM) for more haiku Thursday.
ImmeasurableHeaving, suffocating griefSpecies death by greedI'm up! Visual +3haikuPam,Good for you choosing a topic that is omnipresent.I like your first haiku best, who among us can bear to think about the impact still to be revealed?
I. Just. Can't.
Fishy: Am on my way over now!Moi: I totally understand. My head is still mostly in some oil sand refusing to look at it.
Good afternoon Pam,The stoppage came 85 days, 16 hours after explosionDon't blow again
Karl: Maybe I should have made the blow-out my subject a few weeks ago and the well would have been capped already? I will take full credit for this hopefully good turn of events. If it goes south, it was just a coincidence.
LOL your comment to Karl! You would make a fine politician.
Fishy: You have no idea. Really. No idea. Politician indeed.
I can't bear it either, but you did a good job.:-( I'm glad there was "good" news today but it was about 85 days too late.
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