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What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?

 
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What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.

3. It needs to be made of a material that is relatively solid, not anything like a pile of sand stone or loose volcanic ash.

This is a serious question, believe it or not, I could really use help on this.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Trying to plug the leak?
You need a pyramid so you can harness all the lateral pressure and mass, to exert an even enough force to stop it.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
[link to www.worldatlas.com]
Maybe this will help.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Google is your friend:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Within a minute of looking at that list, I found a mountain in Haiti that exceeds 6,000 feet. I'm guessing it would be missed; don't know if there are any houses on it.

Do the rest yourself.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Google is your friend:

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Within a minute of looking at that list, I found a mountain in Haiti that exceeds 6,000 feet. I'm guessing it would be missed; don't know if there are any houses on it.

Do the rest yourself.
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I hadn't thought of Island peaks, good idea.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Actually, the Haiti mountain would be a very excellent idea.

The other mountains I am finding are all so wide at the base, it is problematic.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Trying to plug the leak?
You need a pyramid so you can harness all the lateral pressure and mass, to exert an even enough force to stop it.
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It's worth a shot.

I'm thinking it needs a good base, for sure.

A pyramid?

Would the base of the great pyramid in Egypt be big enough? I hear there are more than one areas of leaking.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.

3. It needs to be made of a material that is relatively solid, not anything like a pile of sand stone or loose volcanic ash.

This is a serious question, believe it or not, I could really use help on this.
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At 6643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is the highest point in Tennessee.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
a missing mountain?

wtf?

what brand of doom we talking here then?

sounds mega, so i'm interested.

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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Okay, crazy question,

I'm thinking Cerro Tia Chena,

but the reason is, that I wanted some of the mountain to poke up through the water. Deep Horizon well is a little over 5000 ft deep. With settling, a big mountain would have to be over 5500 ft at the prominence to be seen peaking out of the water.

Yep, I think this one will do.

If anyone has any problems this may present, please let me know.
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oh, right, I GOT you now.

1rof1

wooooosh

right over me head! lol
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
In the U.S. probably the Sacramento range in Southern New Mexico. About as far as you can go south and still be in the Rocky Mountains.

Sierra Blanca is in that range and is 12,000ft. high.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
How are you gonna move it shit for brains?
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Seriously, but the conditions are these:

1. The mountain must not have many houses on it or any too close by.

2. It still needs to be near a populated area, so that if it should come up missing, it would be noticable.

3. It needs to be made of a material that is relatively solid, not anything like a pile of sand stone or loose volcanic ash.

This is a serious question, believe it or not, I could really use help on this.


At 6643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest point in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is the highest point in Tennessee.
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So you think it would be better if it were a usa mountain? I considered that. Publicity wise, it would make the most sense. But I fear they may declare martial law sooner if it is one taken from the USA.

I'll look up Clingmans Dome, thanks a lot, actually. I'm reconsidering my choice now. Uhm, hypothetical choice.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
How are you gonna move it shit for brains?
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It's just hypothetical, for now.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
How are you gonna move it shit for brains?
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listen, what Ops on about is about as plausible as ALL BPs 'solutions' so far!

lmao
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
With faith the size of a mustard seed you can cast a mountain into the sea.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
How are you gonna move it shit for brains?


listen, what Ops on about is about as plausible as ALL BPs 'solutions' so far!

lmao
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Thanks for the support.

I know it sounds funny, and ridiculous, but I've always wanted to ask God to move a mountain. Seriously. And this is one of the best reasons I can think of to actually ask for such a miracle.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
With faith the size of a mustard seed you can cast a mountain into the sea.
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I'm not saying that God will do it for me, but wouldn't it be awesome to see it happen?
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
wooooosh

right over me head! lol
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Like Burt Reynolds toupe.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
... moving a mountain? lol.

by the time you got done moving it, it'd be all broken up and worthless.

might as well just contemplate asking him to either:

a) filling in the gulf with sand or
b) surrounding the gulf with barriers to make an inland lake instead of a gulf.

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wooooosh

right over me head! lol


Like Burt Reynolds toupe.
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oh no, this one was huge

more like Bruce Forsyth's.
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[link to 4.bp.blogspot.com]

Can someone embed this pic?
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
If we are going to move a mountain from within the usa, we might as well make sure its disappearance is easily noticed. Clingmans Dome is hidden in a shroud of haze most of the time, so that is my current second choice. I'd like a better one if possible.
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But then you'd have to deal with haiti tipping over
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
If we are going to move a mountain from within the usa, we might as well make sure its disappearance is easily noticed. Clingmans Dome is hidden in a shroud of haze most of the time, so that is my current second choice. I'd like a better one if possible.
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seriously though, before you get God to plug it with a mountain, can you have him try a junk shot first and see if the white house complete with staff will fit down there & plug it? I hear that junk shot stuff works out real well.

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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
I think the upper blue ridge mountain range offers the best choices so far,

Would anyone miss mount Mitchell, or Mt. Washington?
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
and if you're truly intent on using a mtn, i'd vote a volcano - and mt st helens instead. you might as well save us the doom and kill 2 birds w/ 1 stone.
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
If we are going to move a mountain from within the usa, we might as well make sure its disappearance is easily noticed. Clingmans Dome is hidden in a shroud of haze most of the time, so that is my current second choice. I'd like a better one if possible.


seriously though, before you get God to plug it with a mountain, can you have him try a junk shot first and see if the white house complete with staff will fit down there & plug it? I hear that junk shot stuff works out real well.
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lmao,

very tempting, but I think that would anger too many democrats.

man, that is hilarious, junk shot, gosh....I really am laughing my ass off.

How tall is the empire state building?
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Re: What's the closest 6000 ft mountain to the gulf of Mexico?
Dude, I'm truly considering Mt. Washington.

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