On 18 February 2012, BK published 911-II A Contrived Plot To Blow Up DWH. Among the many proofs that the BP's Mega Oil Spill was a contrived plot, was the amazing accuracy of Anchorman's eye witness account 10 miles away. How could any bystander know the blowout occurred precisely at 21:45 CDT at that time?
One definitely could not hear the blowout 10 miles away much less saw the blackish gush of drilling fluid and gas in darkness. The double explosions which caused the rig to be engulfed in flames occurred only at 21:49 CDT.
Even then the odds must have been astronomical for him to be staring at DWH at the instant of the explosion. Most likely he would have heard the DSC distress call sent out from DWH at 21:52 CDT.
His gcaptain.com posting suggests his clock was ahead of the standard time by 3 minutes (1:27 gcaptain =1:30 Anchorman). Thus @2145 would have been 2142 CDT which means Anchorman heard the direct mayday call 10 minutes before DWH actually sent out the distress call. It is assumed DWH and Gcaptain.com were automatically synchronised with standard time as they should.
So to test, I delayed posting An Eye Witness Account Of Dwh Explosion Fire 10 Miles Away until after BK had posted his. Then as a new user (registered on 19 Feb 2012), I sent a private mail to Anchorman requesting an opportunity to ask him some questions. It went off without a copy. I followed with another 30 minutes later. This time, the pm was rejected as his mailbox was full. Half an hour later, I could not log back on. I was deregistered and subsequent activation failed. By then Trisha James had posted Anchorman's witness account and there was a lively discussion on our postings on Gcaptain on Facebook.
Amazingly after my complaints on my activation problems at Gcaptain, another activation email arrived. This time (4th try) the activation process went smoothly as the first. But not surprisingly, the time zone at Gcaptain changed from -7 GMT (MST) to +9 GMT (JST or Japan Std Time). We had expected that but not the magnitude of change (16 hours). Why?
Well, wait for the next article.