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Strange Bubbles in the Bayou??? Houses moving

 
gabelmom
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Anybody have a clue? If it's not busted pipes, then what is causing it??
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Would it be possible for a volcano or something to be under there? I seriously have no idea. Maybe some kind of gas? I think the houses moving is a little freaky as well.
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wow. so i guess going down to make sure it isnt a pipe is out of the question?

Does LA have a large amount of natural gas reserves other than crude oil?
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Clue:

Don't live in a swamp.
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wow. so i guess going down to make sure it isnt a pipe is out of the question?

Does LA have a large amount of natural gas reserves other than crude oil?
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They did not mention anything about natural gas, but would the explain the house moving? Or perhaps the two are caused by seporate things?
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Whoa! That is very weird indeed. Don't like the sound of how the houses are moving and shifting and sheet rock and foundations are cracking.
Wonder if anyone has heard any strange noises?
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Would it be possible for a volcano or something to be under there? I seriously have no idea. Maybe some kind of gas? I think the houses moving is a little freaky as well.
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Possibly could be natural gas, but it seems like the "experts" would have found that right off.
There are at least 4 active mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Mexico.

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is anyone thinking maybe new madrid faultline may be to blame?
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Clue:

Don't live in a swamp.
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Now, if only a UFO would fly out of there.... then we could get all the 'swamp gas' jokes and complete the loop for this thread.

Wouldn't x'plain the gal that has the movin' house... it is on concreete... shit on concreet should'nt be movin'... uhhh'uhh...
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seems like something is trying
to get out with all these strange going ons.


scream
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<snip>

...'The study was the result of ongoing work by Dokka and the National Geodetic Survey to calculate land changes in south Louisiana, using global positioning system base stations and tide gauges.

Dokka's theories on how natural tectonic fault movements cause subsidence run counter to studies that have shown oil extraction and soil compaction as main reasons why the land is sinking.

This threat from deep underground has major implications. If faults are causing the sinking, there is very little humans can do to offset the subsidence other than build higher levees....'

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]
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Efforts intensify to find gas leaks in Assumption waterways

[link to theadvocate.com]
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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bumpbumpbump

I'm not sure exactly what, but there is something major to this.....
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Hopefully the brainiacs will be out and about in a few hours and might give us some 'logical' answers.....bump
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Re: Strange Bubbles in the Bayou??? Houses moving
Anybody have a clue? If it's not busted pipes, then what is causing it??
[link to www.wafb.com]
 Quoting: gabelmom



Earth heating (interior magma shifts) causing natural gas expansion. Expect more and earthquakes to follow.
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It's either a big ass gator or a big ole methane release. As far as the foundations cracking, nothing new. Louisiana has been under drought conditions for the last couple of years. Ground shrinks and contracts, so do the foundations.
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in the video she said her house moved!!!

FUCK!
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Anyone else think it's insane to have to wait "a couple of weeks" for water sample results??

Having worked in water treatment, I can honestly say that a couple of weeks is waaaaaaay too long.

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Clue:

Don't live in a swamp.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11578975


clappa
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sinkholes all over the world, houses shifting, bubbles in swamps.the earth is expanding, DUH!
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Anyone else think it's insane to have to wait "a couple of weeks" for water sample results??

Having worked in water treatment, I can honestly say that a couple of weeks is waaaaaaay too long.
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


I have no clue how long something like 'this' takes...but I work in real estate and we can get a perk test and well water sample result in like 24-48 hours....so I can also vouch that this is a long time~
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Anyone else think it's insane to have to wait "a couple of weeks" for water sample results??

Having worked in water treatment, I can honestly say that a couple of weeks is waaaaaaay too long.
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


That's what they say when they want it to go away. Everybody except immediate residents will forget this news story in a couple of weeks and the "results" of the test will never see the light of day and certainly no news coverage.
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Just in case it is natural gas, I don't think I'd be lighting a BBQ pit or shooting off fireworks close to the bayou!
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Anyone else think it's insane to have to wait "a couple of weeks" for water sample results??

Having worked in water treatment, I can honestly say that a couple of weeks is waaaaaaay too long.
 Quoting: ExoPoliChick


That's what they say when they want it to go away. Everybody except immediate residents will forget this news story in a couple of weeks and the "results" of the test will never see the light of day and certainly no news coverage.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15762023


Exactly.
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wow....the bubbles in the Bayou might be connected to the Lake Tahoe cluster quakes we keep hearing about. Fault lines in both areas, and they may be pulling each other. Like a tug-of-rope game. It actually makes tons of sense, and may also explain why the military is in St. Louis--something has happened that isn't being reported (at least to us) and whatever it is, a very large scale earthquake is imminent and they're preparing for it.

Remember the MRE's? The medical supplies? The blankets? Body bags? here's the link again

[link to www.fbodaily.com]

Now if you add the weird booms in Wisconsin (march?) and the Michigan/Illinois radiation....it really could all be related.

All these tectonic plates are moving beneath us, and in all directions, creating lots of noise disturbance, lots of small eq clusters, etc.

What do you guys think? It really sounds plausible to me, altho I really hope I'm wrong.

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With the advance of technology comes the future of discoveries. At least, such was the case when scientists recently uncovered previously unknown fault lines in the mountains near Lake Tahoe. According to a U.S. Geological Survey, “the steep, fault-formed range west of the lake could generate relatively strong earthquakes with magnitudes from 6.3 to 6.9.”

To those who live in the area, this news doesn’t come as a completely unexpected shock. The West coast--and especially California--is notorious for fault lines and earthquakes. However, earthquakes can happen anywhere as is evidenced by last summer’s East coast quake that was felt everywhere from New York City to Boston.

However, these newly discovered fault lines offer more than just the risk of shaking ground. “Tremblors could trigger landslides along the whole Tahoe-Sierra frontal fault zone,” said Insurance Journal, “stretching from west of Truckee Calif., to the south end of Lake Tahoe through the middle of Squaw Valley USA ski resort, Tahoma, Emerald Bay, and Fallen Leaf Lake.” These “tremblors,” as they’re called, have the unfortunate ability to cause landslides in the mountainous region in which the new faults were found.

[link to www.enservio.com]

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As far as natural disasters go, earthquakes are not high on the list of concerns for Louisiana residents. However, LSU geologists say the state may be overdue and the results could be disastrous.

"Based on earthquakes in the past, we will probably get a magnitude 5 (on the Richter scale) earthquake every 15 to 20 years," said Juan Lorenzo, geology professor at LSU.

Fault lines can be found in northwestern and southern Louisiana in a series of faults referred to as the "Baton Rouge fault system." Lorenzo notes earthquakes that begin along these fault lines would be on par with what hit the East Coast last month.

"You would feel the shaking, and it would knock some things over, but there should only be minor damage," Lorenzo said.

"The wild card is if we have another huge event in the New Madrid area," said Richard McCulloh, research assistant with the Louisiana Geological Survey at LSU. "What would the consequences be in Louisiana?"

The New Madrid earthquakes were a series of earthquakes in 1811 along fault lines in Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee. According to the United States Geological Survey, the effects were felt across the nation and were so powerful they changed the flow of the Mississippi river and all but destroyed Charleston, SC.

(there's a few maps here)

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Californians may be unfazed by the knowledge that their state is one of the most seismically active regions in the world, but the addition of even more potential danger can’t be good for those awaiting the next “big one.”

Scientists studying earthquakes in the mountains west of Lake Tahoe have found new seismic faults–and they may be hazardous.

The largest of their new discoveries is a 22-mile-long strike-slip fault named Polaris for the old mining town it runs through.

The fault range could generate strong earthquakes with magnitudes from 6.3 to 6.9, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, but because the fault connects to others in the area, the magnitude could be even higher if they ruptured at the same time.

Temblors along the fault could also trigger landslides along the entire Tahoe-Sierra line, which stretches from Truckee to South Lake Tahoe.


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lady gaga has a new song out about louisiana..... she know's....
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wtf
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The New Madrid caldera (megolith).

Unfortunately!
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lady gaga has a new song out about louisiana..... she know's....
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and I am sure in the song she says louisiana you aint getting away from me this time????
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So, random question....but does anyone know of anything or anyplace in Louisiana that could have a big fire, or lava or something of such nature (dunno like possible volcanic-not necessarily)? Yes, random....but curious nonetheless....hf
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I am getting this sinking feeling we are gonna have a super volcano on our hands sometime in the not to distant future. Maybe somewhere we are not expecting it.

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