Thanks for starting your thread again.
Please come up with a way to stop the oil gusher in the Gulf of Mexico.
All of us.
I present my visions to resolve this difficult problem of stopping the oil slick:
You must first prepare a specially made item to seal the leak. It must have a large size that is 60 feet tall and 60 feet in diameter at its widest point. at the bottom of this item, please place a special knife around the bottom edge. Knife must of course be made of very hard material, such that will be able to cut all the metal parts that will be on its way
In his way will certainly be a lot of old items damaged hole.
Of course, that this knife can cut through all the elements needed to operate a very large force.
And here once it wisely:
So, yes, prepared some of the new valves (of course, completely open for the moment) should leave the head in the fire, so was in the middle of that item, the item with the valves can say, weighing about 100 tons. This does not allow the weight placed on its bottom remains the old structure with a knife.
But this element has a conical tank shown in the figure, which is thrown from the vessel through a pipe can fill it with concrete or specific, or a ball of iron. Its dimensions are 60 feet in diameter and 30 height. The size of this "cone" will be about 3,000 cubic meters (m ^ 3).
If you will fill it, for example, iron is its weight increased to approximately 21,000 tonnes. feel that this burden is not cheap, it was a knife to cut all the metal parts that are on the road. Ellement pockets certainly say that the bottom about 20 feet. It will seal.
The next step will be to close the new valve at the top of the item. Later, these valves will work even with the new pipe attached.
I think that despite the high oil pressure is also created so much of the burden will be able to seal the damaged head.
I totally do not know to whom to send my solution. So please read his message, where there is a chance that will go into the right hands.
Maybe it will help you seal the leak.
Regards Andrew Feliks