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Must See: Crude oil now covers much of giant sinkhole Flowing into surrounding area (ENHANCED PHOTO)
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[quote:scorpio66:MV8yMDE2MjY5XzMzODg2MDQ1X0FBQTBFMkM3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25232356:MV8yMDE2MjY5XzMzODg1ODMzXzEwMjQyRjYz] Why are all you tards blaming BP ?, various reports all say its natural. If you lazy doom tards even bothered to do a search you would find how often this actualy happens. Pitch Lakes - La Brea in southwest Trinidad is the biggest, The La Brea Tar Pits (or Rancho La Brea Tar Pits) are a cluster of tar pits around which Hancock Park was formed, in urban Los Angeles. Took me 5 mins just to find that, but hey I surppose its easier to be told what you should think it is by some other doom tard. [/quote] Ok, whatever. Sure, let's assume it's just natural. You are right, it does happen. So, it can be natural or it could be man made. Doesn't matter either way, does it? Still the same potential outcome damage-wise based on location and population and 15 nuclear power plants waiting to go down like dominoes should that thing somehow "blow" as well as many other factors that just were not in play when the la brea tar pits were formed (early 1900s in case you're wondering). Really, the cause is not the pressing issue here, sorry. I guess you should have spent at least six minutes on your research. Heh. [/quote]
A thick slick of crude oil can be seen covering much of the sinkhole [...] oil and water can be seen flowing from the sinkhole into the adjacent environment.
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