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Unexplained bubbles spotted in Louisiana waters . . . homes shifting & cracking!

 
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Unexplained bubbles spotted in Louisiana waters . . . homes shifting & cracking!
The bubbling waters were first noticed on Wednesday, June 26, 2012, in the waters of the Bayou Corne and Grand Bayou areas.

Then, on Saturday, June 30, Assumption Parish Homeland Security Director John Boudreaux received a report of a pipeline leak and started an investigation. Even though officials say that a pipeline leak unlikely, they have not yet ruled out the possibility of a leak.

Read more here: [link to www.examiner.com]

"Pressure test seeks to locate gas source"

A pressure test aimed at finding out whether an underwater pipeline might be the source of natural gas bubbles surfacing in an Assumption Parish waterway did not have any effect, a parish official said Friday.

Bubbles continued to appear on the surface of Bayou Corne after Acadian Gas Pipeline of Houston, Texas, lowered pressure in the line, said John Boudreaux, director of the parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.

Personnel monitoring the situation would have expected the bubbles to dissipate with lowered pipeline pressure if the pipeline had been leaking natural gas.

Boudreaux said the test was a step toward locating the source, but did not entirely eliminate Acadian. The company has two 20-inch pipelines buried 4 feet beneath the bottom of Bayou Corne.

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Could this be the start of the release of the lake of methane from the Macondo Well? I do know this...The stretching and compression of the earth's crust causes minor cracking, called faults, and the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico has many fault areas. Fault areas run along the Gulf of Mexico and very far inland in Mexico to the South and East Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the extreme western Florida Panhandle. The joining of new fissures and cracks with natural fault areas could prove to be...lethal, if this does come from the GOM.


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Re: Unexplained bubbles spotted in Louisiana waters . . . homes shifting & cracking!
Any thoughts to what it might be?

Nobody there has any idea, that's why I think it could be Macondo Spewing.
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Anybody living in or around those parishes? Would love a update or firsthand account to whats going on there.
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Deserves a bump for discussion

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07/02/2012 11:22 AM
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WOW!!! Those poor people... what else are they gonna have to deal with... first BP now this... wow just wow!!!
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I am a resident of this area. We live on top of the salt dome. I was one of the Grand Bayou residents that was evacuated on Christmas Day 2003 and was not able to return home for 2 months. I am still in Grand Bayou. When we were evacuated,vent wells were put in to try to vent the gas that had leaked. They were only able to account for less than half of the gas that had leaked. When we returned home, gas monitors and blown-in insulation were put in our homes in case the gas would come up under our homes. They were concerned about it then. That is why I feel that this is some of the residual gas that was never accounted for. It took 8 1/2 years to find a way out. It also could be a crack in one of the caverns. Whatever it is, it must be found and taken care of. We live in fear each day. This bubbling was noticed on May 30. It took many phones calls to news stations and state offices before the local OEP office would take this seriously.
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Methane gas from the broken and cracked sea bed under the Gulf. Please extinguish all smoking material at this time.
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