The site reporting this is "Zero Hedge":
Either the BP Oil Gusher Has Just Completely Blown Out, or BP is Implementing LMRP RIGHT NOW
Submitted by George Washington on 05/28/2010 19:33 -0500
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I took a break from work, and watched the live feed for a minute. I either just saw the whole thing entirely blow out, or BP is implementing LMRP or hot tap right now.
Specifically, I saw a HUGE rain of white clumps and particles which are either foam-like objects used in a junk shot or methane hydrates.
Then all of the water within the camera view got very, very dark. When I looked more closely, I could make out the outline of massive jet-black plumes of oil rising from below the camera.
This is either very, very bad, or BP has abandoned the top kill/junk shots altogether and is in the middle of surgery where it has already cut off sections of the BOP and/or riser, and is trying to cap it off with a sealing grommet.
I pray it is the latter.
Yes, a catastrophic explosion of ignorance, emotion, armchair experts and general American idiots that have no sense of proportion and no real curiosity about what is really going on.
Let's all sit on our keyboards and type whenever we hear or read anything. Let's scream and cry and jump up and down and point and blame and draw conclusions and try and execute people before facts are known and kill the companies now and and and and....... A primitive Pavlovian response.
Waaaah! Our government let us down. Waaah! They won't let us build defenses against oil. We've been waiting for permission. Waaah! BP are crooks. Waaah the shrimp are going to die.
People - get down there and clean the bays and the marshes and build the booms or dams. It is your back yard and you are all complaining that nobody else is taking care of it. Stop acting like cripples.
You are pitiful. Show some spine and determination. Do something yourselves. Make something happen.
Looks like a top down view now; like the camera is above the plumes and layers of mud/oil. Very cloudy swampy olive-green color. Churning gush still visible but less so from this POV.