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Massive Sinkhole In Tuscarawas Co. Ohio (My Neck Of The Woods)
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[quote:StormeyGoddess:MV8yMDY1MjU4XzM0ODI1Mjg2X0FGMUQ2QUVG] [quote:Poker:MV8yMDY1MjU4XzM0Nzg1ODExXzU2Q0E2QkE3] [quote:StormeyGoddess:MV8yMDY1MjU4XzM0NzgwMzcwXzRDMUNFMzY0] [quote:ChemE 8724978:MV8yMDY1MjU4XzM0NzU5NTc3XzUzNkQ4MTRF] Guys, It is BETA DECAY http://arxiv.org/abs/1203.4165 You guys in Ohio will be the first to prove M Theory is correct. You are now home to a massive orbiting particle which is gradually boring a hole in the Earth. It is orbiting in a closed string orbit through the Earth, just like Daisetta Texas a few years back. Hurricane Ike and Eduardo hit those sinkholes 2-3 months later (low pressure where the particle pops up). Be looking for a snowmageddon in 2-3 months. Should be good for snowmobiling and skiing. Dress warm. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEvCP7TXIEU If you have a fault line anywhere beneath that sinkhole with pressure/load on it and it is weakened by the beta decay, it will rupture, triggering an Earthquake. darkmattersalot.com Godspeed [/quote] Farmers' Almanac agrees with your Snowmeggedon prediction, at least...For Ohio, expect colder than normal temperatures and more snow than normal!!!!! Yay!!!! Maybe we can go sledding again this Winter!!!! [/quote] Thanks for the heads up. I figured we were in for a cold one, but I have to admit it's been unusually warm here for this time of year. :verycold: [/quote] Insanely warm...60's yesterday and today. Odd. I'm so hoping for Snowmegeddon!!!!!! [/quote]
Officials said the sinkhole is 30-feet deep and as long as four football fields, and it's still growing. It takes up about half the roadway
link to www.wtov9.com
What the Hell is going on with all these sinkholes?
This is around 20 or 30 miles from me
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