Flame Underwater by BP Gulf Oil leak on Riser? Methane Gas – Fire!?!

Is that a flame, as in fire, 5000 feet below on the live feed of the BP oil leak from the Deepwater Horizon disaster? Sure does look like. I was having my early morning coffee and read this report on Godlike Productions of the flames presence: www.godlikeproductions.com so went into the live oil leak feed to see for myself: newsusa.myfeedportal.com But is that possible? I did some research below and could not get a definitive answer. So please comment if you know!!! As you can read below, methane leaking from the sea floor is already bad enough and can lead to sea floor collapses. Hence, it is important to understand what is going on down there NOW. But for sure, methane can burn in water, above the water and on ice filled with methane gas. Marine Safety and Methane Arctic and marine hydrates can cause problems during drilling and production of conventional hydrocarbons…. Little is known about the long term impacts on seafloor stability and safety due to methane gas production from methane ice (see more below). Methane is a small molecule made up of a single carbon atom surrounded by four hydrogen atoms, which exists in an ice-like form variously called “methane hydrate”, “methane ice” or “methane clathrate”. Clathrate means “cage”, which describes the structure of methane ice: a cage of water molecules around methane gas molecules, allowing high methane concentrations. One unit volume of methane hydrates contain over 160 volumes of methane gas and less than one unit of