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Sinkhole and Gulf Oil Disaster Connection...Also tied to New Madrid fault! Must see video!!
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[quote:Ant Storm 10117621:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0MDg5MzQwXzk0MUI4MzNE] Hi everyone! I have found a few very interesting things that I would like to share with anyone who is interested in this. First of all, I have done some looking into Gary Hecox. I wanted to see what his credentials were. It turns out that he is not merely a 'geologist.' He is a 'hydrogeologist,' who has been employed to give advice in situations like this: (please read... it is relatively short) http://www.nmenv.state.nm.us/HWB/documents/ABCWUAMemo_Response_24Mar11.pdf Does anyone know how the scenario, spoken of in the file, turned out? In my opinion the fact that Hecox is involved in the sinkhole disaster PROVES that they know EXACTLY what is going on with the contamination of the aquifer. Please keep in mind that an alluvial aquifer CANNOT be 'cleaned up,' because of how it is deposited. Even without factoring in the likely possibility of that enormous methane plume migrating from the GOM, this is a dire situation... Also, it seems that a company in Australia sold some interests it had at the Napoleonville Salt dome, back in January of this year, shortly before the problems in Bayou Corne started to become apparent. If anyone is interested in reading this (Esoteric Morgan!), it is obviously from the same area in question. Same map and everything: http://www.ggpl.com.au/documents/120113GGP-NapoleonvilleFarmout_000.pdf I have relinquished most of my hope that this will 'settle down.' I am still trying to compile my findings in a clear, concise and articulate manner, to convince my family to leave Louisiana. I need to convince my immediate family relocate, as well. We live on the Gulf Coast, not far north, as the crow flies, from the Macondo blow-out. Love and prayers to all who are finding themselves in the midst of this catastrophe. :hf: [/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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