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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 27878453:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0NTI2MjUyXzIwRDIyMDIz] [quote:davidh7426:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0NTI2MDk0XzY2ODAxRTc0] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27878453:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0NTI1NTg1XzFDRTI3MkE2] [quote:davidh7426:MV8yMDE0MzE4XzM0NTI1MjMzXzEzM0ExOERE] [b]I have a question about the junction of Hwy 70 & the pipe-road at the sink-hole. [/b] There are pipes sticking out of the ground at the junction and I've been trying to ID their purpose, all I know is that one set of them is labelled B46. The reason for my concern is that on the second of the latest flyover video's labelled '11/14/12' you can see daylight being reflected off water on the pipe-road less than 52 meters from those exposed pipes. If the pipe-road does become submerged at that point, it will leave the gas pipes with out support and put a great deal of strain on any joints at the road junction. Now if as I suspect those pipes are some form of 'isolator' then there may well be gas within the pipeline that is less than 50+ meters from the potential edge of the sink-hole. And if the exposed pipework goes for a SWIM then a potentially large gas leak may well ensue right next to Hwy 70 and all it would take is a spark, or possibly a hot exhaust pipe to set it off. [/quote] sounds like a time release trigger. set to go off say Dec. 2012 maybe? [/quote] I do hope not... But it's puzzling as to why they haven't closed that stretch of road yet, they must be blind, wilfully stupid, or incompetent, to not realise how close that sink-hole is getting and how fast it's speeding up. It's already half way to town. [/quote] go to a map that shows the salt domes underneath, like mountain elevations on a map and think what 3 of them collapsing under salt water pressure will do alone. integrity loss of pipes everywhere will ignite stuff. also, think of how much salt water flow and pressure there must be to raise that much water and oil to the surface from that deep and that far. and how far north has that salt water flow gotten too? carrying methane with it. the fact that salt water from the gulf is flowing underneath now like rivers is scary. and it is never discussed. shills play it off as seepage. but it's not, it high pressure like a giant hose eating away salt domes, earth, rock, everything. [/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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