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Sinkhole and Gulf Oil Disaster Connection...Also tied to New Madrid fault! Must see video!!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 5542489:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzMzODUyMzgzX0E3QzI2MkQ4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25390266:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzMzODUyMDE0X0VBMjJGMjZC] In the BP fiasco, what they did not tell the public was that they hit a fault line . . . the consequences of that hit are now being played out. You may know about the retired engineer who discovered a techtonic plate system under the Louisian Bayou AND that the previously considered dormant gas pockets in the GOM are, in reality, NOT dormant but very active. Thus, that ties the GOM directly up to and through the NMSZ. NMSZ is covered by a complex criss-crossing of natual gas pipelines, plus affected by 15 nuclear plants. Volatile situation. Synthia was introduced to eat crude oil, but it has mutated and now permeating land and entering water supply. [/quote] When BP first happened I had a bad bad feeling, having read Edgar Cayce's prediction of the Great Lakes draining into the GOM way back in the 80s. That retired engineer is Jack Reed, and I found this blog back then, having been written after a 5.2 earthquake in the GOM in Feb 2006. This has been kept very hush-hush, but is too terrifying for many to comprehend methinks. Just too awful. http://culturelifesciencenews.blogspot.ca/2006/02/52-earthquake-dead-center-in-gulf-of.html Maybe a member who can add pics can embed the 2nd pic on this blog showing the GOM fault line. [/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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