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Sinkhole and Gulf Oil Disaster Connection...Also tied to New Madrid fault! Must see video!!
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[quote:davidh7426:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0MDU5Nzc4XzRFNzQzNEEx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26156425:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0MDU5Mzg4X0NFRTU4MEIy] [quote:davidh7426:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0MDU5MzUzX0VDOTkyNzc3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26156425:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0MDU5MTE3XzhDMUNGMjA0] Uh Oh above poster, the butane giant pocket is NE of the sinkhole. 1500 ft or yards, can't remember. Some say if breached will explode. [/quote] That puts it almost directly under the 'Texas Brine' access road, and rather too close for comfort to that larger installation to the north of the main road ( 70 ). I have a feeling that things are going to turn really ugly, really soon. [/quote] yep, look how much effort and energy they are using to conceal all of this. ignition point. [/quote] The apparent affected area appears to be growing at the rate of 5 - 10 meters a day. On the surface, I think it's already reached the 'Texas Brine' perimeter which is approx 260 meters from the centre of the sink-hole, how long it'll take to have an affect I don't know... It's still approx 300 meters plus from the road, but it should reach there in 10 days max, the road SHOULD slow it down a bit, but not much more than a couple of days at the most... As for the installation to the north of the road,that's just 500 meters away from the edge of the affected area... I'd give it about 60 days tops, before the whole situation and Louisiana both become FUBAR BIG TIME :( Oddly enough 60 days from now would put it around December 21st, Mayan calender anyone ;) [/quote]
Reports of mysterious loud earthquakes flooding in to Louisiana towns — “Of course the sinkhole comes to mind” — Dozens of miles away — So rare, no seismic monitors in area
Nobody quite knows what caused the ground in some parts of Lafourche and Terrebonne parishes to shake, but it certainly has people talking.
A little before 2 p.m. Wednesday, reports began flooding in to officials of tremors accompanied by a loud noise.
Some people reported hearing a loud noise similar to thunder accompanying the rumbling.
[USGS] had nothing to report, though its closest monitors are in Assumption Parish and extreme west Terrebonne
link to enenews.com
State Officials: ‘Elevated’ hydrocarbon readings on residential street 1,000s of feet from sinkhole — Levels previously so high, sheriff threatened public with arrest for tampering with monitors
link to enenews.com
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