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***TRIPLE THREAT***Jack Reeds Theory--Sink Hole, New Madrid, St. Lawrence Seaway
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[quote:Lost N Dying World:MV8yMDA2MzA3XzMzNzQ0MzM4X0Y3NkY3NjUy] [quote:Artlicious:MV8yMDA2MzA3XzMzNzQ0Mjc3XzI3RUM0RjA=] [quote:Lost N Dying World:MV8yMDA2MzA3XzMzNzQ0MTM5XzgzRUM5MkFB] [quote:Artlicious:MV8yMDA2MzA3XzMzNzQ0MDg0XzFGNkI1REVC] [quote:Lost N Dying World:MV8yMDA2MzA3XzMzNzQzMTg0XzgzN0UwRjY1] There are fifty-one oil and gas-related caverns in the 1-mile by 2-mile salt dome storage facility, the source of the declared state of emergency. http://www.texassharon.com/2012/09/17/new-emergency-with-louisiana-sinkhole/ [/quote] If they beleive the salt dome if failing, why have they not started pumping out the oil and gas reserves from caverns in that salt dome? Unless that would cause too much attention? Or maybe they already have, we just don't know it yet? Or perhaps removing the reserves will only add to the unstability of the dome? Just some thoughts. [/quote] I thought I had read somewhere they had pumped some of the gas off..hmmmm I will have to find it again. I think it actually is in one of the links in this thread. [/quote] 51 caverns in that dome alone, all full of various gas's/oil/brine/who knows what else. You would think they would want to get all of that out of there before it gets worse. I wonder what the dollar value for the stored oil and gas reserves in that salt dome is? [/quote] Almost certain I read somewhere the natural gas has been pumped off and shut down in that area, but the Butane is a real concern along with the pressure of gases increasing per Texas Brine LLC. They had to stop Drilling because of the amount of pressure. [/quote]
Reed is a retired geologist who studied oil formations in the Gulf of Mexico. Oversimplified, his theory says a crack in the North American tectonic plate runs from Louisiana through New Madrid to the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Seismic activity in the western Gulf of Mexico would directly affect the New Madrid area
link to www.showme.net
There are two youtube videos this one won't post for some reason here's the link
link to www.youtube.com
I live in Ripley County Missouri right at 100 miles from New Madrid. I am very concerned about the connection this Sink Hole may have on the New Madrid Fault.
The Macondo well that was drilled by BP is located at the tail end of the New Madrid fault.
this is a major problem for us.
The only thing missing now would be a trigger. If a trigger comes, then there will be an eruption of the fault line, which could also allow for the Gulf of Mexico sea floor to collapse and sink, thus lowering the sea level of the New Madrid fault region. This would cause massive flooding, which would also include tsunamis caused by the enormous earthquakes that would occur.
[link to globalrumblings.blogspot.com]
After I post this I won't be able to access GLP for about an Hour for some reason please keep this alive. Till I can log back on.
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