Monthly Archives: June 2010

Why Won’t This Help?

I’m not giving up yet. I admit my idea is low-tech, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t work. It offers a number of clear advantages. One: The methane-hydrate ice crystals can form or float or rain out without stuffing up … Continue reading

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Governor Jindal’s Oil Spill Management Team

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is good at complaining how no one is doing anything to help stop the Gulf gusher. I just got off the phone with his office. For all their crying, they don’t seem to be doing anything … Continue reading

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Rejected!

Well, I finally got a response, just over two weeks after submission. This is it, in full: horizon.support@oegllc.com to me show details 11:32 AM (2 hours ago) Dear Brooklyn Reader, Thank you for your submission to the Alternative Response Technology … Continue reading

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Saving The Gulf

Or trying to. Just sent in my suggestion to the EPA today.  It’s admittedly a bit Rube Goldberg in appearance, but much simpler in operation.  I proposed a series of upside down cloth funnels to guide the oil plume to … Continue reading

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