(UNEDITED)Apollo 13 was launched at 13:13 CST on April 13th, 1970, 40 years later BP tapped a Methane/Oil pocket under 175,000 psi, replaced drill mud with seawater in the drill casing allowing expanding Methane a path to the well head and 7 independent valves then failed on Deepwater Horizon. Cappping the well is not an option since the well casing ruptured, allowing Oil/Methane into the surrounding seabed; a secondary well shaft, required internationally would have prevented this but was not drilled.
The disaster began decades ago with industrial phosphate/nitrogen fertilizers entering the Mississippi River, creating algae blooms which die, oxidize and rob the ocean of oxygen. Methane expands 1000 fold and oxidizes on the way to the surface doiing the same thing. Corexit is basically "Round-Up"; Europe banned its use as did Mexico after a 1979 oil spill;1 million gallons of the red blood cell, pneumonia causing brew has been added to the Methane/Oil at the start of hurricane season. US NORTHCOM and FEMA are planning military operations for the evacuation of millions of people from Florida and other Gulf States as the toxic brew enters the Gulf Stream and heads for the Everglades, the US east coast and soon the Grand Banks fisheries.
The Bakken Formation in Montana/South Dakota, ANWR and shallow sites in the Gulf of Mexico all have billions of barrels of oil, so why did this disaster happen? It was in the cards; specifically Steve Jackson Games "Illuminati Card Game"; the Oil Spill Card was played. The 2009 movie "Knowing" featured the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill exactly 1 year ahead; Halliburton puchased an oil clean-up company weeks ahead; Transocean insured the rig at double its value; Goldman Sachs "Shorted" oil related stocks in the Gulf of Mexico just days ahead.
Methane/Oil is produced from organic material, under heat/pressure, in the presence of water; either trees and animals once lived 6 miles beneath the surface or Genesis 1:7 is true. Personally, I think BP is spewing the Methane past their vocal chords.