China’s Own Oil Disaster

BP’s Gulf spill is getting all the press, but China’s pipeline blast in a northern port famous for its beaches is almost as scary. Dan Levin reports on workers cleaning oil with their bare hands, the media clampdown, and more.

An explosion sends crude oil gushing into the sea. Authorities close beaches as frantic cleanup efforts commence, followed by government officials arriving to take stock of the damage and investigate the cause of the spill. Local tourism and fishing industries suffer. Environmentalists cry foul, accusing the government of failing to protect the nation’s natural resources in favor of quick profits. Reports surface that journalists are being kept away from the scene as those in power attempt to limit the political and economic fallout.

“Any criticism launched at the company would be considered an attack on the government, so the media is very quiet.”

If this sounds like the BP oil spill, think again. For the last week, this series of events has taken place here in China after a state-owned pipeline belonging to China National Petroleum Corp., Asia’s largest oil and gas producer by volume, exploded last Friday off the coast of Dalian, a northern port city famous for its beaches. The blasts sent 1,500 tons of crude oil into the Yellow Sea and sparked 100-foot-high flames that burned for 15 hours. While state media has reported that the leak has been stopped and Dalian’s vice mayor said he expects the cleanup effort to take only five days, oil has spread over 165 square miles and other government officials have stated they think the operation could last weeks, with environmental damage possibly continuing for years.

According to Greenpeace China spokesman Wang Xiaojun, the government has failed to warn tourists of the danger washing ashore at the height of beach season. Despite the spill, Greenpeace staff members have seen children playing in the contaminated waters off beaches that have not been closed. “It’s really scary,” said Wang.

Also clueless about protecting their skin from the crude oil are local fishermen, who are doing most of the cleanup using their bare hands, without wearing face masks.

Read more:

BP Oil Disaster EXCLUSIVE – NEW Kindra Arnesen's EXPLOSIVE New Revelations

What a brave woman. Listen to her. Every citizen of America. Get off your knees! Your country is bleeding from within. Demand justice!

Like she said do your OWN research.  Read about Gulf of Mexico, read about 9/11. Here is a helping hand. Corexit the dispersant used to ‘clean up’ oil spill. From

According to the EPA, Corexit is more toxic than dispersants made by several competitors and less effective in handling southern Louisiana crude.[27] On May 20, 2010, the EPA ordered BP to look for less toxic alternatives to Corexit, and later ordered BP to stop spraying dispersants, but BP responded that it thought that Corexit was the best alternative and continued to spray it.[4]

John Hutchison's interferometer

Two more videos have been posted about John Hutchison and Nancy Lazaryan’s work in the Gulf coast to clear the waters via sound and radio frequencies. One video gives a close-up look at the apparatus. The other talks about the latest in the unfolding saga.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2010

On October 27, we reported that “Famous anti-gravity researcher, John Hutchison, and his associate, Nancy Lazaryan, have come up with a device that emits a combination of audio and radio frequencies that have the effect of clearing waters polluted by oil and dispersant in less than 24 hours, bringing the native life back.”

We’ve followed up with additional reports which are linked below.

Today (November 16) YouTube user teslacult subscribed to my PESNetwork account, and in looking at his channel I saw that on Oct. 27 he posted a video featuring John and Nancy’s interferometer, showing it from various angles.  It’s quite a set-up!

Description: “A good look at John Hutchison’s interferometer as we try to use audio and other frequencies to clean oil from sea water. The test results from our first attempt seen here were successful.”

On Nov. 14, John Hutchison wrote: (slightly edited)

Great test today: shows the oil in a large deposit miles long slowly vanish with water forming standing waves; again with dolphins having fun with us.  And best news it was filmed in high definition by an independent reporter.

Other news:  More and more fishermen and local folks [are] showing Corexit poison; and the shrimp are not the same; they are like rubber type things, not edible.  The local folks will not eat this stuff.

Again we have a film maker reporter 24/7 with us — documentation of all this on high definition film.

The odd part of this: Coast to Coast AM will not report this, but others are.

On Nov. 15, Nancy sent a link to this video about their project.  They’ve started a YouTube channel:

She wrote: “We were [in] Bayou La Batre…. Now in route to the next place (Ground Zero).”

“Local Shrimper gives first hand account of what is happening in the Gulf of Mexico…fish and shrimp ‘not right’…. last part of video shows Hutchison effect change in water (tiny smalisall waves inside waves) at Bayou LaBatre”

On November 16, 2010 5:52 PM MST, Cara Fay wrote regarding John and Nancy:

They do not have internet access right now and limited when they do but I expect to chat with them soon.  They just got started about an hour ago at the next site for treatment; so working as we speak.

They even had to sleep with respirators the air was so bad. They are near the Ground Zero area now….

Here’s a video posted on Nov. 19: “A conversation with Nancy Lazaryan regarding preliminary lab tests applying the Hutchison Effect to clean the oil-laden water – reducing impurities to base elements.

Riki Ott: ‘People Now Dropping Dead’ In the Gulf

(IntelHub) – On the sixth month anniversary of the oil disaster in the gulf, we are still seeing a total media blackout.

The people particularly in Grand Isle have been poisoned by genocidal tyrants that care more about their pocketbooks than they care about human life or mother earth.

According to Riki Ott: “The people that did evacuate (the gulf) are glad they did. And for good reason.”

She went on to state that deaths from the disaster are now a reality:

Riki said during an interview ” I am dealing with about 3-4  autopsies right now… I know of people who’s esophagus’ are de-solving, disintegrating… I know of people with 4.75% of their lung capacity, with enlarged hearts… All of these people have oil in their bodies.”

It has been well documented that millions of gallons of toxic dispersants have been sprayed into the Gulf of Mexico; including near beaches, population centers, people, and boats.

The gulf oil spill is admittedly a Dept. of Defense operation as reported on by the Army Times and the Intel Hub early on.

Multiple C-130′s, military and Coast Guard, along with various types of Evergreen Air aircraft and boats have been used to carry out this deadly genocidal spraying operation in and around the region.

Boats equipped to spray have also been spotted and well documented by journalists such as Dahr Jamail. There have been reports of out of state contractors and military conducting the marine spraying operations in the region.

Reports are circulating of deaths, along with people finding VOC’s in their blood stream along with high levels of other toxins. The reports also include dizziness and typical symptoms from chemical exposure.

Unfortunately the regions economy was devastated along with the local fishing industry. People have been loosing their medical insurance and more as they are overwhelmed with financial and toxic doom.

Groups such as Project Gulf Impact and even some law firms are extending a helping hand to people in need.

One of the most unreported cases of murder, corruption and poisoning is taking place and being carried out right here on American soil before our very own eyes as the sleeping masses escape reality due to corporate media control.


What BP doesn't want us to post!



Sent:  9/5/2010 10:34:01 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time

Subj: URGENT NEWS: What BP doesn’t want us to post! SPREAD AROUND!

Gulf Stream to Bloodstream  from Project Gulf Impact


I just wanted to thank you for everything you have been doing on reporting

for the oil spill.  Since the Project Gulf Impact team arrived  back down

here two weeks ago, we are noticing that things are getting more and  more

awful, rather than better, despite the mainstream media spin.  There  is oil

and dispersant everywhere, people are ill, and most are extremely angry  at

BP and the government. We also have some news that I need your help

spreading like wildfire, because this article and video contains information  that

BP and the government has been trying to block us from putting  out there for

two weeks.  WE FINALLY HAVE VERIFIED PROOF THAT THERE  ARE TOXIC POISONS IN THE HUMAN BLOODSTREAM FROM THE OIL AND THINGS ARE GETTING  WORSE.  We would be SO grateful if you would help make sure this  information goes absolutely insanely viral.  IT IS TOO IMPORTANT NOT TO.  We as a nation are on the brink of a near apocalyptic health scenario  the likes of which is going to get people who are already riled up beyond  furious… we need this story to be on everyones lips, no matter how it gets  out there!  You are doing such a great job of spreading the truth, and we  thank you for this.  It is hard when we are running a marothon and not a  sprint, but we MUST keep going – millions upon millions of people are  depending on us.  Something gives me a feeling this will be the news  piece that brings the attention back where it should be: the Gulf.


Matt Smith

Project Gulf Impact


I have attached the PDF file and here is the text version AND VIDEO  LINK:


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From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream and Why  What You’re About To Read Is The Alarm Bell of The Pending Gulf  Disaster

By:  Matt Smith, Heather Rally, and Gavin Garrison of Project Gulf  Impact

When Is Enough, Enough?

For  nearly five months, the BP oil disaster has consumed the minds of

millions of  people worldwide.  In addition to the horrific impacts that the

crude oil  and chemical dispersants have daily on the environment and the

economy, a  fatal threat has quietly slipped by the public’s proverbial radar.

The  harm dealt by this silent enemy is beginning to creep into the lives of

those  living and working in the Gulf.  The problem has been lurking in the

Gulf  since the first days of the BP oil spill and now has the potential

ignite a  disaster unlike any this country has ever seen.

Who is this masked bandit?  What is this  mysterious force that has the

potential to outpace the spill’s catastrophic  events thus far? Though it may

sound like a simple answer, (and it is not easy  to swallow) the truth is

that this tragedy is silent, and if you live in the  Gulf, it is most likely

affecting you right now as you read this.  What  is it? Your health may be in

extreme jeopardy due to the toxic effects of the  dispersant Corexit and

volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from crude oil  inundating the air. Through

recent studies conducted under the combined  efforts of Michelle Nix of Gulf

Coast Oil Spill Volunteers, Jo Billups and  Karen Harvill of Sassafrass, Dr.

Robert Naman, Project Gulf Impact, medical  professionals, and the brave

Gulf residents who have agreed to be tested, the  toxic health effects of the

poisons in the air and in the sea have been  documented for the first time.

The results? This stands to become one of the  greatest health tragedies The

United States has ever seen.

If this is such a powerful threat, why has it gone  so under reported for

so long? Why is mainstream media ignoring these  potentially large-scale

health problems? The scenario’s biggest problem is the  scenario itself.

Perpetrated by a corporation, the influx of relief that would  ordinarily stream in

after most acts of God has quietly gone elsewhere.

Why is this killer so silent?  Why have we  not heard much about the

disastrous health effects of this oil and dispersant  in the air?  Why are

everyday citizens not catching on to what gargantuan  health problems are coming in the not-so-distant future, affecting everyone,  even the journalists who should be reporting on it?  The answer may seem  strange, and it is complex,

however the biggest problem facing this mounting  horrific scenario is… the

BP oil spill was not a hurricane.

The oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico will  go down in history as

one of the biggest catastrophes this planet has ever  seen. Books are already

being written on how much we didn’t know. The cover up  and the lies that

led this country into the health crisis we are about to face  will be

documented in years to come. Acts of God, like hurricanes, are fast  and furious, the damage is immediate. This, on the other hand, is a slow  death.

With a hurricane, we know the death toll, the  devastation right away. We

see the bodies, the houses underwater, and the  numbers of dollars lost in

real-time as all of the data floods the national  spotlight in the aftermath

of the disaster. With disasters like Hurricane  Katrina, our heartstrings are

tugged as we witness cities underwater, mothers  crying out for their

children, and the newly homeless wandering the streets.  We are used to

hurricanes. We have evacuation routes. Whether they function or  not, we have plans

in place for disasters like these.

No such plan exists for the victims of an oil  spill. Instinctively, we are

aware of floods, fires, earthquakes, hurricanes,  tornadoes, and other “

over the counter” disasters.  Most of us have never  suffered an oil spill,

much less have any notion of what to do in the event of  one. The problem we

are facing now transcends most disasters this nation has  suffered in the last


The oil spill, and our ensuing response, has  created a darker and deadlier

aftermath that will persist for decades. The  difference is between a swift

and lethal blow verses lingering end-stage  cancer.  Like the first stage

of cancer, which often goes  long-undetected, this aftermath is a slow,

deadly creep. We are entering stage  one of the Gulf residents’ proverbial “


What BP, Thad Allen, The Federal Government,  and The EPA Don’t Want You To Know

The residents of the Gulf of Mexico are entering a  crisis whose scope

cannot be calculated. Several symptoms have been reported,  from subtle to

severe: skin rashes and infections, upper respiratory burning,  congestion and

cough, headaches, nausea, vomiting, and neurological symptoms  including

short-term memory loss and coordination problems.  These health  problems, if

acknowledged at all, are mis-diagnosed, buried, and  mis-attributed.

Amidst a vacuum created by the unwillingness of  federal, state, and

private sector medical organizations to address the  growing health problems,

independent, privately-funded groups like Gulf Coast  Oil Spill Volunteers

(GCOSV), Sassafrass, and Project Gulf Impact have taken  matters into their own


Patterns are emerging. The same symptoms are being  reported across the

four hardest hit states. Michelle Nix of GCOSV discovered  the Volatile

Solvents Profile – a blood test that tests for hydrocarbons in  the blood.  Through

the generous support of Jo Billups and Karen Harvill  of Sassafrass, and

the support of Dr. Robert Naman, among others, testing on  Gulf residents has

begun.  The results are extremely alarming.

Several volatile hydrocarbons found in crude oil  have been detected in the

blood of several residents from Orange Beach, AL.  Among the hydrocarbons

tested, ethylbenzene, xylene, hexane were  detected at abnormally high

levels. The individuals tested were not directly  involved in BP’s clean-up

operations, nor had they been exposed to any  industrial environment where the

presence of these compounds would be of  concern. Due to these circumstances, it can be deduced that residents living  near the Gulf of Mexico shoreline are at exposure risk.

Crude oil is composed of several highly toxic  compounds, including light

weight hydrocarbons, often referred to as  “light-ends,” which can easily

enter the atmosphere and invade the terrestrial  environment. These lightweight

hydrocarbons are classified as Volatile Organic  Compounds (VOC’s), which

can be tested in the blood, urine, breath, and  sometimes tissues. The tests

that were performed on several gulf coast  residents indicated the presence

of ethyl benzene, xylene, & hexane. While  their toxicity is known, specific

data on the dose and physiological responses  to the aforementioned

hydrocarbons is generally scarce in the scientific  literature. Ethyl benzene is

suspected by the International Agency for  Research on Cancer to be a human

carcinogen. Acute, high-exposure symptoms  include eye irritation, upper

respiratory irritation, and dizziness. Chronic  exposure has resulted in

irreversible inner ear damage and hearing loss, as  well as severe kidney damage and cancer.

Xylene is metabolized into methylhippuric acid by  the body. Studies on

xylene toxicity have determined a potential relationship  between gaseous

exposure and the development of leukemia. The chemical is  highly toxic to the

central nervous system and manifests as dizziness, lack of  coordination, and

cognitive decline. Chronic exposure is also known to cause  kidney failure.

Studies on hexane toxicity are highly limited, but include  evidence of

neurological impairment manifest by decreased nerve conduction  velocity.


These chemicals have the potential to cause both  acute and chronic

symptoms depending upon the dose and time frame of exposure.  Thus, while low doses

may not result in immediate and apparent symptoms, the  cumulative nature

of these toxins means that disease may still manifest years  down the line if

exposure occurs chronically. While many VOC’s are excreted  very quickly,

the human body is impacted with every dose, no matter how  minuscule. When

the impact of several tiny doses are combined, such as in  people who are

experiencing daily low-level exposure, the result can be  detrimental. In

addition to the direct impact of these specific VOC’s, many of  them can be

metabolized by the body and converted into other structurally  distinct compounds,

some of which are known to accumulate causing several  different types of

cancer, genetic damage, and birth defects. In essence, the  health threat of

chronic low-dose chemical toxicity is highly underestimated.  Strict

bio-monitoring and caution is required to prevent the potential unseen  slaughter by a silent chemical killer.

These results prove that we are in an extremely  dangerous situation, a

bubble that is about to burst wide open.  Unless  people begin realizing that

the sickness they’ve been feeling for the last few  weeks is not a cold, but

that it is chemical exposure, there will be no help.  Unless people start

demanding that this oil spill, and every horror that  goes along with it is

put immediately back into the national spotlight,  there will be no hope for

people to fully understand to dangers and take the  necessary precautions.

Unless we all stand up as a people, start  communicating, researching,

sharing information, and spreading the truth  instead of lies, we will enter a

catastrophe that we are, as a people,  nowhere near prepared to handle on a

local or national level.  It is time  to demand the truth, and demand it now.

The blood test performed on these individuals  is called the Volatile

Solvents Profile (_Metametrix.com_ ( ) ).  The test can be

obtained and administered by any physician with the ability to  perform a

simple blood draw. The test will be shipped to a laboratory for  analysis and

returned to your doctor for interpretation and  treatment.

Please report symptoms to the Project Gulf Impact  health line: (504)

814-0283 or on Facebook at the Gulf Coast Oil Spill  Volunteers page.

Project Gulf Impact is currently raising funds  to provide further testing

to residents who cannot afford the associated  costs.

To  provide assistance please donate at_

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To  send information or inquire on this effort please email

_ProjectGulfImpact@gmail.com_ (

Visit us online  at _www.projectgulfimpact.org_

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