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[quote:Anonymous Coward 25192789:MV8xOTY4NDI0XzMzODc3NTg0XzI3QkVGNzNE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 21268876:MV8xOTY4NDI0XzMzODc3NDU2XzdEREM4MjZC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25192789:MV8xOTY4NDI0XzMzODc3MjIwX0RGNzNDRDJC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 21268876:MV8xOTY4NDI0XzMzODc3MTg4XzI5MDExM0NB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25192789:MV8xOTY4NDI0XzMzODc3MTI4X0QzRUVGQjQw] Folks. don't lose sight of the fact that the sinkhole-and-cavern problem is only a small part of this whole thing. the fundamental problem with the "cavern" is that Texas Brine did not conform to established engineering standards when they were harvesting the brine from the cavern: they washed away too much of the salt structure from the sides of the cavern and thereby weakened the cavern structure to the point of causing collapse (which in turn puts the entire Napoleanville Salt Dome complex in jeopardy) the MOST HUGE part of the problem is that coincidentally with this salt dome fiasco, a deep reservoir of natural gas has decided to seep its way to the surface -- and it is this natural gas which coincidentally filled the Texas Brine "cavern". But! more importantly, all of this natural gas, which is leaking up from a reservoir deep in the earth's crust, is ALSO saturating all of the ground in southern louisiana -- and it is this "natural gas problem" that is the catastrophic component of the whole situation. [/quote] Yes look at how many dying trees there are around the sinkhole area. The ground is indeed saturated. [/quote] maybe. but we're talking all of southern louisiana (including New Orleans) here bunkie. can you say: "totally uninhabitable"? [/quote] I can say totally uninhabitable. Well, you said yourself that it is saturated and I am agreeing with you. [/quote] i know. i was just trying to emphasize that the PROBLEM is a hell of a lot more than just some silly cavern and its daughter sinkhole. (or even the whole damn Napoleanville Salt Dome complex, for that matter) [/quote]
Let the reader understand: I will never go back to Blue BAYOU, there will be no place for the Children to play soon. May as well eat RICE dogs from RICE Dog 7.
I am DEPUTY Dawg. Boss says can't say much, BIG BOSSES won't tell anyone THE TRUTH. But good people always find a workaround. Avoid the censors, no need for a V-chip here.
Please think hard about this. Remember things MUST get worse before they get better. I'm always at HOME when I make ASSUMPTIONS, but sooner or later you can NEVER go home again.
Much love people. And pray always.
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