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Strange Bubbles in the Bayou??? Houses moving

 
gabelmom (OP)

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I'd say it's pretty much impossible to be a gas pipeline... You just don't run those things along rivers like that, esp not in the middle...

Also, at the rate that the gas is bubbling out the gas company would be all over that as it'd be a big loss of profit as well as a HUGE liability risk (if there was an explosion as someone was passing over it in a boat.)

The houses shifting bit makes me wonder if there was not some sort of earthquake in the area that opened up a rift in weak areas (the river being the only one noticeable because it will actually bubble.)

There are a few different possibilities here.

It could be flammable natural gas (the kind they process into fuel) or it could just be CO2 pockets or any number of possible natural gas sources. Natural gas, of any type, coming up out of the ground almost never has a smell.

Non-flammable (which since they haven't cordoned off this section of river I'm thinking its probably CO2) gas is actually more interesting as usually it's associated with volcanic activity.

There is actually an extinct volcano beneath the city of Jackson, MS. It's the only state capital built on top of an actual volcano.


Further, degassing like we're seeing in the video is very likely to be happening in areas not just covered by water, so watch for mysterious deaths of all types in this area over the next few days and weeks..

This is definitely something to keep an eye on. Maybe even two eyes.
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You make a good point, I wonder if there are any dead fish or waterlife around? If it's something toxic, I would imagine there would be.
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I saw bubbles JUST like those when I was in the tub once! It too was natural gas.

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It's called methane gas and swamps vent that all the time.Methane gas vents in the Bermuda Triangle are thought to be the cause of sinking ships.
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Theyve already proven it's not flammable.
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I noticed a few people suggest methane, which I think would be a reasonable explanation, but would it take that long to figure out it's methane? and would methane do something to make houses shake and break?
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Here are a few more links I was able to find about this... Note that it does say it was tested as non-flammable.


[link to www.wbrz.com]
[link to www.wafb.com]
[link to www.wafb.com]
[link to www.nbc33tv.com]
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OK, I'll try again. Don't know why that last link wasn't hot:

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So everybody is being told it's a gas leak... why have they not fixed it by now? It can't be that difficult, can it?
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So everybody is being told it's a gas leak... why have they not fixed it by now? It can't be that difficult, can it?
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And wouldn't it be flamable?
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I noticed a few people suggest methane, which I think would be a reasonable explanation, but would it take that long to figure out it's methane? and would methane do something to make houses shake and break?
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just a theory--but I think they know exactly what it is, and I also think that there's nothing they can do about it. so they're preparing for whatever is coming. I do think it's methane, and I also think that it has something to do with an earthquake. These are the clusters you see before the 'big one'

All these tectonic plates moving in various directions, putting strain on underground pipes (water, gas, electric) and they're snapping. What you're seeing with the bubbles are fissures opening up releasing the gases. It would also happen with the sink holes, but of course, you don't have the water so you don't realize the gas is escaping.

and since most of louisiana is built on rock/pebble type sediment, when the ground moves, the houses are moving too. Liqufaction.
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I noticed a few people suggest methane, which I think would be a reasonable explanation, but would it take that long to figure out it's methane? and would methane do something to make houses shake and break?
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just a theory--but I think they know exactly what it is, and I also think that there's nothing they can do about it. so they're preparing for whatever is coming. I do think it's methane, and I also think that it has something to do with an earthquake. These are the clusters you see before the 'big one'

All these tectonic plates moving in various directions, putting strain on underground pipes (water, gas, electric) and they're snapping. What you're seeing with the bubbles are fissures opening up releasing the gases. It would also happen with the sink holes, but of course, you don't have the water so you don't realize the gas is escaping.

and since most of louisiana is built on rock/pebble type sediment, when the ground moves, the houses are moving too. Liqufaction.
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Only time will tell I guess, but your guess seems very plausable. It does not make any sense that if it's a gas leak that authorites would have allowed for it to go on for so long. I read in one story that a family actually moved because they were afraid... that tells me something else is happening. People do not just up and move because of a gas leak... well I guess I would to if it was left to bubble like that..
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I saw bubbles JUST like those when I was in the tub once! It too was natural gas.

5a
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hillary

And they are explosively flammable just like methane!
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I noticed a few people suggest methane, which I think would be a reasonable explanation, but would it take that long to figure out it's methane? and would methane do something to make houses shake and break?
 Quoting: gabelmom




just a theory--but I think they know exactly what it is, and I also think that there's nothing they can do about it. so they're preparing for whatever is coming. I do think it's methane, and I also think that it has something to do with an earthquake. These are the clusters you see before the 'big one'

All these tectonic plates moving in various directions, putting strain on underground pipes (water, gas, electric) and they're snapping. What you're seeing with the bubbles are fissures opening up releasing the gases. It would also happen with the sink holes, but of course, you don't have the water so you don't realize the gas is escaping.

and since most of louisiana is built on rock/pebble type sediment, when the ground moves, the houses are moving too. Liqufaction.
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Only time will tell I guess, but your guess seems very plausable. It does not make any sense that if it's a gas leak that authorites would have allowed for it to go on for so long. I read in one story that a family actually moved because they were afraid... that tells me something else is happening. People do not just up and move because of a gas leak... well I guess I would to if it was left to bubble like that..
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one more thing I'd like to add....and again, this is just in theory.

if officials in Louisiana said that water sample test results would be completed in 2 weeks, if my theory is correct, that's the 'timeline' they're expecting
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I saw bubbles JUST like those when I was in the tub once! It too was natural gas.

5a
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hillary

And they are explosively flammable just like methane!

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Now don't go making any ASSUMPTIONS! grinning
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WOW.. this is from two years ago!! Massive gas bubble underground could explode causing a tsnuami

[link to www.politicsdaily.com]
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WOW.. this is from two years ago!! Massive gas bubble underground could explode causing a tsnuami

[link to www.politicsdaily.com]
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That was and I think still is the endgame of the gulf "spill".

I prefer "hole in the earth" but semantics aside, shit's gonna get real.yessir
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One more link explaining the possible gas bubble in the Gulf and I'm headed to sleepytown
[link to silencedogood2010.wordpress.com]
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[link to www.epa.gov]
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WOW.. this is from two years ago!! Massive gas bubble underground could explode causing a tsnuami

[link to www.politicsdaily.com]
 Quoting: gabelmom





gasp


note the speed of the tsunami wave they estimate if this burst---hundreds---plural shocked


<snip from OP link>

The frightening "low-probability" scenario described today by entrepreneur and philanthropist DK Matai at The Huffington Post includes the possibility of a "massive bubble trapped for thousands of years under the Gulf of Mexico sea floor" exploding and setting off a "tsunami [traveling] at a high speed of hundreds of miles per hour."


Florida might be most exposed to the fury of a tsunami wave. The entire Gulf coastline would be vulnerable, if the tsunami is manifest. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and southern region of Georgia might experience the effects of the tsunami according to some sources.
He also warns of a "second tsunami via vaporization." This could result after the initial explosion displaced all the oil, gas and water around it, producing a gigantic, extremely hot (300-degree Fahrenheit) cavity, which would vaporize all the incoming water, turning it into steam and causing another rupture in the gulf floor. He notes that as time goes on and the gulf well remains unplugged, the "risk increases."
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I was looking around after reading about the extinct volcano under Jackson, MS, and stumbled across this info. I thought it was interesting, and it made me realize there are several extinct volcanos in the area. After staying up all night June 2011 watching the extinct Nabro volcano erupting in Africa, well, makes you wonder.

[link to www.newsouthernview.com]

“And even though it’s buried about half a mile deep below Jackson, we feel the affects of it today: hot water in excess of 100°F, carbon-dioxide gas, hydrogen sulfide gas from an 18,000 foot deep well near Piney Woods measuring 320°F [at the bottom of the well], and the natural gas in the gas rock. But also, apparently—the volcano is still pushing up a little bit.”

And

"The Jackson Volcano is on the east side of this syncline and the Monroe Uplift, another Cretaceous volcano, is on the west side. They’re kind of symmetrical. Further north is the Murfreesboro, Arkansas Volcano. And then, there’s a buried volcano at the mouth of the Mississippi River called the Door Point Volcano."

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I have been sitting on the fence with the 2012 earth changes thing, but I must say I am starting to fall off that fence now ..... onto the doom side!

I think methane .... but that is a bad sign.

I am beginning to feel very very sad, life as I knew it is disappearing fast. Every day there is more crazy shit .... Crazy has become my new 'normal'.

I wish I could truly believe that it is all going to get better, but like the say about omelets, you have to break a lot of eggs before you can make one.

I am feeling sad at the end of life as I knew it.

verysad
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I have been sitting on the fence with the 2012 earth changes thing, but I must say I am starting to fall off that fence now ..... onto the doom side!

I think methane .... but that is a bad sign.

I am beginning to feel very very sad, life as I knew it is disappearing fast. Every day there is more crazy shit .... Crazy has become my new 'normal'.

I wish I could truly believe that it is all going to get better, but like the say about omelets, you have to break a lot of eggs before you can make one.

I am feeling sad at the end of life as I knew it.

verysad
 Quoting: getmeoutofhere


I understand, I feel the same way, but hey, it is not over yet. I know I sound like a Pollyanna, but knowing what is possible, and being aware of what is happening currently, gives you, and your loved ones a fighting chance if it all goes to hell. There are so many variables with all the science that it could end up not being as bad, or being a catalyst for a change for the better somehow. I hope so anyway. Us doomtards will have to stick together! Lol. grouphug
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I was looking around after reading about the extinct volcano under Jackson, MS, and stumbled across this info. I thought it was interesting, and it made me realize there are several extinct volcanos in the area. After staying up all night June 2011 watching the extinct Nabro volcano erupting in Africa, well, makes you wonder.

[link to www.newsouthernview.com]

“And even though it’s buried about half a mile deep below Jackson, we feel the affects of it today: hot water in excess of 100°F, carbon-dioxide gas, hydrogen sulfide gas from an 18,000 foot deep well near Piney Woods measuring 320°F [at the bottom of the well], and the natural gas in the gas rock. But also, apparently—the volcano is still pushing up a little bit.”

And

"The Jackson Volcano is on the east side of this syncline and the Monroe Uplift, another Cretaceous volcano, is on the west side. They’re kind of symmetrical. Further north is the Murfreesboro, Arkansas Volcano. And then, there’s a buried volcano at the mouth of the Mississippi River called the Door Point Volcano."
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good article. thanks for sharing this info.
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I have been sitting on the fence with the 2012 earth changes thing, but I must say I am starting to fall off that fence now ..... onto the doom side!

I think methane .... but that is a bad sign.

I am beginning to feel very very sad, life as I knew it is disappearing fast. Every day there is more crazy shit .... Crazy has become my new 'normal'.

I wish I could truly believe that it is all going to get better, but like the say about omelets, you have to break a lot of eggs before you can make one.

I am feeling sad at the end of life as I knew it.

verysad
 Quoting: getmeoutofhere


I understand, I feel the same way, but hey, it is not over yet. I know I sound like a Pollyanna, but knowing what is possible, and being aware of what is happening currently, gives you, and your loved ones a fighting chance if it all goes to hell. There are so many variables with all the science that it could end up not being as bad, or being a catalyst for a change for the better somehow. I hope so anyway. Us doomtards will have to stick together! Lol. grouphug
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It's just the Loch Ness monster on vacation.
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I have been sitting on the fence with the 2012 earth changes thing, but I must say I am starting to fall off that fence now ..... onto the doom side!

I think methane .... but that is a bad sign.

I am beginning to feel very very sad, life as I knew it is disappearing fast. Every day there is more crazy shit .... Crazy has become my new 'normal'.

I wish I could truly believe that it is all going to get better, but like the say about omelets, you have to break a lot of eggs before you can make one.

I am feeling sad at the end of life as I knew it.

verysad
 Quoting: getmeoutofhere




ahhhhh.....don't be sad verysad Let go of those icky feelings and let the sun shine in. The ickies weigh down your spirit and create bad energy. Then bad energy creates more bad energy. Then before you know it, you're consumed by it and in a hole so deep it feels like you'll never get out.

No reason to worry about things you have no control over. Unless you have super powers (do you? tounge) whatever is meant to happen, will happen. Focus on what's important.....and you'll be alright u2efine
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The smell alone would tell you if it's methane so if there isn't an odor you're dealing with something seismic.
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The smell alone would tell you if it's methane so if there isn't an odor you're dealing with something seismic.
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Methane is odorless... Just FYI.

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perhaps we're about to see the 'Navy Map' unfold.......
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The smell alone would tell you if it's methane so if there isn't an odor you're dealing with something seismic.
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methane in itself is ordorless..its only smelly when combined with decaying natural materials and manmade chemicals..

Im betting on it being methane bubbles..

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