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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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Krispy, any idea of the actual location (long/lat) of that photo?
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No but it said the gulf of mex .. but those things are tubeworms ...lol...
I think you asked about that blue-wire-photo didnt ya?
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You will want to see this simplified graphic of a Asphalt volcano. It can make it clear how they could produce a oil gusher that is totally unstoppable if it was drilled into the center channel as it rises.

Sonic drills?

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Wow, looks, like we found the culprit.
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"Video recordings of this mound clearly show how the asphalt flowed out of the crater and down the slope... they are home to numerous life forms: tube worms, clams, fish, crabs, and - typical for deep-sea oases - abundant bacteria."

c. 2004 - The elitist, parasitic BP leaches drilled into this asphalt knowing that it harbored abundant unknown bacteria?




Krispy-

The original article that that appeared in and was referenced by a link associated with the image you put up is here:

[link to www.marum.de]

I know it reads the same link but trust me it is different.
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"Video recordings of this mound clearly show how the asphalt flowed out of the crater and down the slope... they are home to numerous life forms: tube worms, clams, fish, crabs, and - typical for deep-sea oases - abundant bacteria."

c. 2004 - The elitist, parasitic BP leaches drilled into this asphalt knowing that it harbored abundant unknown bacteria?





Krispy-

The original article that that appeared in and was referenced by a link associated with the image you put up is here:

[link to www.marum.de]

I know it reads the same link but trust me it is different.

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I think it was probably someone else. the sea floor at the BOP is normal sediment.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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SMOKING GUN>>>

[link to www.google.com]
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LOOK AT THE MAPS, not the pics.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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You will want to see this simplified graphic of a Asphalt volcano. It can make it clear how they could produce a oil gusher that is totally unstoppable if it was drilled into the center channel as it rises.

Sonic drills?

[link to www.google.com]
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Nice find Housedad !!
and that other image too :)
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Cricket sounds.......
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Okay, I dont know why ... but something is telling me since yesterday, that I must find an image.
I want to look it up in my resumé's but maybe one of you knows what I am refering to >

It was that image that connected the Gulf of mexico with other seas by watertunnels under the continent of america.
On that illustration there were also red stars were meteorites had their impactzones in long forgotten times.
There was something in the name with BLUE ...

Somebody ?

Is this it...???

[link to www.auburn.edu]


YEAH tnx !!!

But it there was another one too ...
with grey thik fat lines that connected underground waterways ...
It was a zoom in on the gulf and the coast

:blushing:

The reason why I ask this is coz maybe there is a connection by the rim-caves/domes and the underground domes/caves near the coast. I still have to think about that article that wrote about those subs that could go into such kind of underwatercaves.
It was told that those old spiderweb caves were collapsing and that 2 subs were captivated in them.

Collapsing of such caves could make that other area's are influenced by them. Moving sediment = moving gasses and compounds = new forming domes = new forming caves
(and I thought that OP was talking about that also... 2 domes that were not there before > new )

Collums > something that is seeping out of domes and caves ... a chemical reaction forms these pipes and these collums, but which compounds can do such things - what compounds could we thinking about ?

The collapsing of area's and underwatercaves-saltdomes-whatever domes ... can be a result of sonic and normal drillings, fracking, a change in pressure due to the outflow of the well at several places, and all other manouvres that involve sound or vibrations ... etc.

Do you understand where I am going to ?
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Krispy,
Are you thinking of the natural gas map?

[link to www.eia.doe.gov]
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Cricket sounds.......
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Naw, Katy-Dids. What's up?
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]
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Just so you folks know, I had not ben able to find evidence of asphalt volcanoes in the northern GOM even with the best searching I had. And I have tried that search several times and was frustrated eacn time.

It was Krispy's picture, and AC1022186 's uestion about tubes that made me decide to do a narrowed image search.

Then I found proof there are asphalt volcanowes in the north GOM.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Krispy, wasn't that about American subs, one of which was the Thresher, (I thought that was lost in the Atlantic) and another one that was lost can't recall name, starts with an S I think...

I thought the article was about the honeycomb structure under the west coast, and California to be exact...how there was supposedly bases clear back under the shelf clear to Nevada...and one sub got lost in there, and was never seen again...

However, if we can connect the gulf with the Arctic ocean...why couldn't the caves, under Southern California etc., be connected to the Gulf?..
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]
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[link to www.maps.com]
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]



[link to www.maps.com]
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Sorry link don't work!!!!!!
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]
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bump
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Resumé relevant postings, Part 10 , of pag 250-274


-Snowgoosebob 10:14 PM 7/12/2010 Two A Whale video's released and posted on the Coast Guard website. A GLP member might see something or pickout something on the ship that doesn't look right and etc 1. Oil Chaser and A Whale (July 7th ) [link to cgvi.uscg.mil] , 2. A Whale Trials (July 4th) [link to cgvi.uscg.mil]
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Krispy
Just a headsup...

In Resumé Part 10 ...Just to let you know the first link is dead due to a typo. Still works in my org post.

In part of that url is the following....
/main.phpg2_view=core
-should be-
/main.php?g2_view=core

Just edit and add queston mark after php
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]

bump
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bump bump hf
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musical Interlude ....

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Enjoy
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]

bump

bump bump hf
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It's the biggest clue yet!

The Oil is leaking!
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]



[link to www.maps.com]
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First a earlier posting between Bevvy and me.

from pg 282
Is this the coordinates you are looking at now on google earth? I was thinking the lines were old structures from a submerged city...are the mining marks?

If you follow the map in a direct line upwards these lines, although somewhat obscured,(i'm only using NOAA)go all the way to the missippi canyon.

Once again I thought they looked like remnants from old structures but if they are mining/drilling they certainly are extensive....maybe nothing I just thought it was interesting when I first found it.


Bevvy-

The lines that are shown off the coast of North Carolina are just lines that are made from the floor surveys. Most of the sea floor has not had a survey in many decades. What you see over most areas of Google Earth are from the old, old surveys. Those serveys were done mosty by soundings, (not depth sonar). They were faired mathematically to come up with a IMPRESSION of the seafloor.

The USGS and NOAA have been taking methodicalsonar soundings of the sea floor as money and time permit. The biggest problem is money.

The lines like that off of North Carolona are where a survey vessel actually took sonar readings of the floor and the new readings are superimposed over the old ones. In this case, is is just a series of straight lines that make geometric patterrns that are the vessels track.

These kinds of lines are all over Google earth in the Ocean. Just look around and you will find them all around the differnt continents.

For a really good view of this, in Google, fly to

26°57'23.24"N, 89°29'37.56"W

at a altitude of 44 miles.

You will see the patterned area of the Gulf where they did a Sonar survey, guided by GPS. It makes lines back and forth like a television picture. You can see the suare area that shows where the ship took readings, but only in a box outline.


This is by no means a exact depth, but a average over a smaller area than the old old surveys. Most of them wer miles between each line.
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The old surveys that that map you show were drawn from are pretty low resolution. The reason they look high resolution is because artists under the perview of a geologist, fairs and sculpts them to make them look finished. It is a matter of someones interpretation.

This is the exact reason why submarine captains jealously hord their maps. They have added to the maps with their own soundings and they can be very detailed in some geographic areas. That can give them a big edge in a silent battle or stealth.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

-Men in Black
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Coming up on 300 pages, guys. While I have learned an amazing amount about stuff I'd never even thought about, I find I am still as perplexed as ever about what is really going on in the GOM!

"Divine Guidance is to lead us to perplexity." Well, I'm there!
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Northwest Gulf of Mexico Rim
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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


[link to www.maps.com]



[link to www.maps.com]



First a earlier posting between Bevvy and me.





from pg 282
Is this the coordinates you are looking at now on google earth? I was thinking the lines were old structures from a submerged city...are the mining marks?

If you follow the map in a direct line upwards these lines, although somewhat obscured,(i'm only using NOAA)go all the way to the missippi canyon.

Once again I thought they looked like remnants from old structures but if they are mining/drilling they certainly are extensive....maybe nothing I just thought it was interesting when I first found it.


Bevvy-

The lines that are shown off the coast of North Carolina are just lines that are made from the floor surveys. Most of the sea floor has not had a survey in many decades. What you see over most areas of Google Earth are from the old, old surveys. Those serveys were done mosty by soundings, (not depth sonar). They were faired mathematically to come up with a IMPRESSION of the seafloor.

The USGS and NOAA have been taking methodicalsonar soundings of the sea floor as money and time permit. The biggest problem is money.

The lines like that off of North Carolona are where a survey vessel actually took sonar readings of the floor and the new readings are superimposed over the old ones. In this case, is is just a series of straight lines that make geometric patterrns that are the vessels track.

These kinds of lines are all over Google earth in the Ocean. Just look around and you will find them all around the differnt continents.

For a really good view of this, in Google, fly to

26°57'23.24"N, 89°29'37.56"W

at a altitude of 44 miles.

You will see the patterned area of the Gulf where they did a Sonar survey, guided by GPS. It makes lines back and forth like a television picture. You can see the suare area that shows where the ship took readings, but only in a box outline.


This is by no means a exact depth, but a average over a smaller area than the old old surveys. Most of them wer miles between each line.



The old surveys that that map you show were drawn from are pretty low resolution. The reason they look high resolution is because artists under the perview of a geologist, fairs and sculpts them to make them look finished. It is a matter of someones interpretation.

This is the exact reason why submarine captains jealously hord their maps. They have added to the maps with their own soundings and they can be very detailed in some geographic areas. That can give them a big edge in a silent battle or stealth.
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Look

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Hey, Housedad: Jinx! You owe me a chocolate coke!
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Great minds think alike!
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Dolomite chimneys associated with hydrocarbon-rich fluid venting was discovered September 2000, as part of the TASYO project (Marine and Science Technology Spanish Programme) in the Gulf of Cadiz. The unexpected discovery occurred during the cruise Anastasya/2000 aboard of research vessel Cornide de Saavedra dredging a 870m-deep and 120m-tall carbonate mound called as the "Iberico". A suite of more than 60 individual structures of chimneys were collected, which displays distinct pipe-like morphologies that varies from 1 to 0.40 m long. Fragments of chimneys from the Hesperides mud volcanoe within the Tasyo field and along the Morrocan margin were also sampled. At same time, in all of these sites, strongly sulfide mud breccia and dolomite slabs have also been collected.
Targets were previously detected in May 2000 by carrying out a detailed mapping and ultra high resolution seismic, with an extent new data of more than 1200 km obtained during the cruise TASYO/2000 aboard of research vessel Hesperides. The Simrad EM12S-120 system, a multibeam echo sounder system, was used for mapping sea-floor. The swath mapping provided bathymetric map contoured at an interval of 1 m also a subsidiary map showing the strength of the sea-floor backscattering of the sonar signal. A Parasound echosounder TOPAS (Topographic Parametric Sound) , which is a sub-bottom profiles was also used.

The chimneys are dominated by Fe-riched dolomite (ankerite) forming aggregates with minor amounts of pyrite, iron oxide, Ta-enriched rutile, zircon and quartz. Abundant, well preserved remains of foraminifera (globigerinoids and milioids) composed of Mg-calcite are present within the matrix. Dolomite aggregrates are remarkably depleted in 13C (-35 to -56 PDB) and are therefore interpreted being the result of methane oxidation by sulphate-reducing bacteria. This microbial activity is shown by abundance spheroids to euhedral pentagonal monocryst composed by up to 60 cells of sulphate-reducing bacteria. Aggregates of single bacteria of about 1?m diameter produces rounded to -pentagonal shaped framboids up to 60 ?m characteristics of pyrite. Presently, mostly these bacterial-origin framboids are replaced by haematite. At same time, some of framboids have been found in the interior of the foraminifer chambers, which could suggest some symbiotic association between foraminifer and chemosyntectic bacteria.

Dolomite chimneys are interpreted as cemented conduits formed as result of methane-enriched fluid expulsion through a submarine mound, probably formed as a mud volcanoe. The abundant pseudo-pyrite framboids are related with the zone of shallow microbial sulphate reduction, a process fundamental to the nourishment of the chemosynthetic cold seep communities. In the last years, it has been considered the importance of carbonate cementation related with methane fluxes, both on submarine modern environments and on rocks of the fossil record. This carbonate cementation, in forms of chimneys, slabs, and crusts has been reported in several tectonic settings such as the Gulf of Mexico, Oregon margin, Otago slope, Monterey basin and Kattegat (e.g. Jorgensen,1992; Orpin 1997; Stakes et al. 1999). Large fluxes of methane seem responsible for dolomite cementation, instead high-Mg calcite and aragonite when fluxes are lower. Recently, its has been hypothesis that extensive anerobial microbial communities exist in sedimentary layers below high-temperatures vent fields. Chemosyntetic bacteria are the primary producer of hydrothermal producers that are fuelled by geothermal energy. The sum of the syntrophy cooperation between methane-oxidisers (archaeobacterias domain) and sulphate-reducers micro-organism produces carbonates and sulphides at the sulphate-methane interface, which depth below sea floor is dependent on the methane flux rate (DeLong 2000)


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Great post,
sorry I did not have the time to read it.
Did a google on the chimney's myself and found your very interesting site, with at the bottom of the page loads of links to verrrry interesting articles about mud-volcanos and bacteria living there and and and lol....

[link to tierra.rediris.es]


The PIPES that OP is refering at seem to be forming under the seafloor ...
"they are NEW forming beneath the seabed and the bases are the columns. the Russians knew(predicted it). "[/b]

Maybe we have to do some google on what russians know about this phenomena ;)

"2us asking PP to confirm that magnetic testing and not fake acoustic testing is aggravating organism. columns are moving in."

So magnetic testing is aggravating the organism, and has a link with the colums forming and moving in ....

Who else has to think about DUNE (a book and movie)

Wait a sec !!!!
I believe in guidance, or just luck hahaha ...
We found that image of those tubeworms, tubes are also "colums" ... we know that gold bacteria are forming TUBES when they die so that their offspring can be born out of that ... Organisme/cargo is morphing gold organisme ....
hmmmmzzz .... Morphing-Organisme is kind of sensitive for or attracted to magnetisme (or magnetic itself) ... magnetic testing is aggravating ... hmmm ...
This is making a picture togetter ...lol...

What the hell is this thing ????

I do think this new organisme is a composition /symbiosis of several organisms/bacteria and technology (nanobots).
We had an article about a scientist that said that the bacteria in the plume (at a distance from the well/spill) were multiplying as hell ... more then normal.
What if this organisme is also UNDERGROUND?



I like to know what the thoughts of you guys are on this.

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Hi try this.

There is an area in the gulf called Bush hill, tubeworm world & it's a natural oil seep too.

Enter 27°47'7.67"N 91°27'25.25"W into google earth.

I hop OP comes back soon & verifies the location for us.
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-snip-

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YEAH tnx !!!

But it there was another one too ...
with grey thik fat lines that connected underground waterways ...
It was a zoom in on the gulf and the coast

blushing

The reason why I ask this is coz maybe there is a connection by the rim-caves/domes and the underground domes/caves near the coast. I still have to think about that article that wrote about those subs that could go into such kind of underwatercaves.
It was told that those old spiderweb caves were collapsing and that 2 subs were captivated in them.

Collapsing of such caves could make that other area's are influenced by them. Moving sediment = moving gasses and compounds = new forming domes = new forming caves
(and I thought that OP was talking about that also... 2 domes that were not there before > new )

Collums > something that is seeping out of domes and caves ... a chemical reaction forms these pipes and these collums, but which compounds can do such things - what compounds could we thinking about ?

The collapsing of area's and underwatercaves-saltdomes-whatever domes ... can be a result of sonic and normal drillings, fracking, a change in pressure due to the outflow of the well at several places, and all other manouvres that involve sound or vibrations ... etc.

Do you understand where I am going to ?

Krispy,
Are you thinking of the natural gas map?

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Hmmm yes that is the one in grey that was buzzing in my head.
Million TNX !!!
So kind of you to help look for it !!!!hf

..lol... but now that I see it it does not make sence ...
not yet anyway ...

I will have to sleep on it,
many things are like eggs in my head that need some TLC before they will crack and I will understand what they want to say hahahaha

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Just so you folks know, I had not ben able to find evidence of asphalt volcanoes in the northern GOM even with the best searching I had. And I have tried that search several times and was frustrated eacn time.

It was Krispy's picture, and AC1022186 's uestion about tubes that made me decide to do a narrowed image search.

Then I found proof there are asphalt volcanowes in the north GOM.
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I hug you for your time and effort !!!

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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

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It doesn't gain mass.

Check this out about plate techtonics and how the ocean floor grows out and is drawn back into the core.

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We are doomed!


Please explain to me how a planet can gain mass from the inside out?

When I first saw these pictures, my immediate response was "Oh my goodness, it's all been graphed out!" The exact grid marks are easily identifiable in these photos. Remember, this is what the bottom of the sea floor looks like EXACTLY. Now don't you find that incredibly odd? Do you think this kind of patterning is even remotely the result of a naturally occuring event?

These markings or structural shaping like this on all the ocean floors and on closer scrutiny the landmasses have some traces of similar markings, this is way outside the bell curve of probability.


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Here too

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