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We need more well drilling laws. When we drill for oil, or even very
deep water wells, we are in danger of destroying out whole continent.
The reason is that if we were to drill too deep, we could drill all the
way thru the earth. If our drills come out on another land mass, there
would be no problem. But if we accidentally drill thru the earth, and
our drill entered the bottom of an ocean on the other side of the earth,
that entire ocean would drain onto our continent and flood everything.
Thus destroying our continent.
This does not take into account what would happen on the other side of
the planet when an entire ocean went dry.
But the real question arises when we consider that a drill hole of lets
say 10 inches begins to drain an ocean, how long would it take for that
entire ocean to drain thru that 10" hole?
Would we have enough time to evacuate our continent?
Do any laws exist that could prevent this type of catatrophic mishap?
If not, it's just a matter of time before some well driller goes a
little too deep, and destroys an entire continent.