Giant Ocean Monster caught on the BP oil spill camera

We continue to hold BP responsible as the responsible party. But we are on them, watching them!

This is how Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano described the federal involvement in cleaning the oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico today.

No kidding! The Obama administration is doing exactly this: watching BP from the sidelines.

In fact we are all watching. There is a camera next to the crack in the pipe and we all are watching live deadly oil gushing into the ocean.

As a teen I used to look for the Loch Ness monster on the live web-cam in Scotland. What a surprise it was when a gigantic fish swam right around the BP Gulf spill on live TV.

President Obama’s adviser David Axelrod was giving interview for Fox News and the oil was gushing on live web when at the 9:39 minute of the video the deep sea monster appeared.

It is deep down there and cold. So cold the four story tall box that BP dumped in the water froze and was not able to stop the spill. Imagine the conditions this giant fish is swimming in. Deep, dark, cold ocean, rich in toxic dispersants injected at the site for 34 days.

It could be of course that the fish is not giant, but the hole is tiny. If this is some normal fish then the crack in that pipe shouldn’t that big. I mean, if you print the Health Care Law you will have enough crap to plug it. There is no way the mighty USA with The One behind the wheel has no clue how to plug this tiny crack. That leaves us with the giant fish theory.

May be it is some kind of Mexican Gulf deep water anaconda-fish right there on live TV.

So exiting! Too bad it will be suffocated by the oil and the toxins soon.

13 Responses to “Giant Ocean Monster caught on the BP oil spill camera”

  • Beetos:

    You obviously have no clue at all on the technical challenges BP are facing. Uninformed opionion is dangerous.

  • BP said it is deep, cold and they are injecting oil dispersant at the location for 30 days. Yet – despite all this toxic injections a fish is peacefully swimming in the deep, cold and toxic water. Some fish!

  • Cody:

    Beetos is right, your complete lack of understanding of the situation really is comical. I hope you have a day job, I don’t see this journalism thing working out.

  • Cody, I posted it in my Humor category – so comical effect was totally intended. I am aware we cannot plug the crack with the Health Care Bill – although I stand by my opinion that the law that came out of it stinks.

    So far experts believe it is an oarfish. The longest one described washed ashore on a Bermuda beach in 1860. The animal was 16 feet (4.9 m) long and was originally described as a sea serpent.

    How big is this one – only BP can tell us because they know where the camera is and what is the size of the objects from their equipment.

    It is a fish story – lighten up!

  • Thank you for the link. I will try to write the Serpent project run by the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton (NOCS)and let them know – we have sighting on live TV.

  • I left message on the Serpent project blog.

    What if the serpent (some of them may reach 17m) is the cause for the explosion. BP – attacked by a sea serpent. Fish vs Man!

  • What is Bobby Jindal doing, making bubbles out of sound bites, ouch. BP built the rig, BP can fix it, the damage was done the minute the pipe exploded. Maybe BP is a co-conspirator this is an Arab trick-to get us to buy more of their oil. Think so.

  • Ballard:


  • It could be eel. Although they prefer shallow waters some of them have been spotted at 13 000ft deep waters. 3.5m is about as big as they can get.

  • Troy:

    You may have already seen it but a fish or similar eel-like creature can be seen being sucked in to the oil leak in this youtube video:

  • Thanks for sharing ,Troy, it looks very similar. It probably just swam away. There was a similar video on CBS – the fish went inside the leak and came out – no problem – they say it is eel. I still cannot tell the size – how big is this pipe?

  • mls nc listing service:

    “And tar is washing up onto the beaches — big globs of tar. And people are saying, ‘Is that going to ruin our summer at the beach?’ No, of course not. You take the big blobs of tar and you use them to hold down your blanket.” –David Letterman

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