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HUGE Louisiana sinkhole!!!!

 
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It is on Utube Robert Riggs has done many reports about pipeline explosions. Here is a link, if someone knows how to make it better please feel free, the link.
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[link to enenews.com]

great video
"I think I saw a piece of hell"hiding


After Flyovers of Sinkhole: “I saw a piece of hell there”; “Never seen anything like this before” — TV: Officials say it’s continuing to grow (VIDEO)
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This was a wild moment for me when first saw this thing, this sinkhole. I have never seen anything like this before,” said John Boudreaux, director of Assumption Parish Office of Emergency Preparedness.
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they're using some strong words here concerning this. damned

and they were talking about feeling vibrations as the equipment went in to drill, and i thought great, stir things up some more.. damned
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It is on Utube Robert Riggs has done many reports about pipeline explosions. Here is a link, if someone knows how to make it better please feel free, the link.
[liveleak] [link to youtu.be]
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“We were out and saw the bubbling close to the Crosstex pipeline, so we told them, Landry said. “The next day or two, they took a long pole there and hit a big stumper down there. Bubbles started coming out pretty dog-gone good, then.

“Crosstex had the 36 inch line there. Right next to that are Arcadian and Enterprise pipelines. They were all saying they didn’t think it was theirs.

“Crosstex came out, dug up, sent divers down, brought equipment in and really spent a lot of money doing the right thing to see if it was theirs and finally said, ‘Sorry folks, it’s not the pipeline.’

“Enterprise and Arcadia went down and jettied – and their pipelines weren’t leaking.”

Admitting being unsure if what he saw relates to today’s disaster, Landry continued, “Right after they disturbed the area, more bubbles started appearing right near where they probed. Then, better than a dozen bubbling sites occurred that are there today.

“The strange thing is, as you go down Bayou Corne, gas is bubbling in four or five other sites, all the same before and after the big hole.”
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There was a post talking about the smell of rotten eggs in the area which is specific of a certain gas.. I guess it would be from volcanic activity..
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Hydrogen Sulfide, but that doesn't necessarily mean volcanic activity.

[link to mattson.creighton.edu]

It is a by product of sour gas type drilling. I'm guessing they may have stored it there, who knows.
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Check out this website about H2S and another explosion
[link to www.earthworksaction.org]
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Doesn't sound a very good chemical to mess with.
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There was a post talking about the smell of rotten eggs in the area which is specific of a certain gas.. I guess it would be from volcanic activity..
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Hydrogen Sulfide, but that doesn't necessarily mean volcanic activity.

[link to mattson.creighton.edu]

It is a by product of sour gas type drilling. I'm guessing they may have stored it there, who knows.
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Check out this website about H2S and another explosion
[link to www.earthworksaction.org]
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Doesn't sound a very good chemical to mess with.
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No it isn't. Every well is a sourwell until it gets to a refinery to have the H2S out of it. So sour I would think going through all these pipelines and H2S is VERY CORROSIVE to these pipelines and wells. Scary stuff. It destroyed my life. bump
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Hydrogen Sulfide, but that doesn't necessarily mean volcanic activity.

[link to mattson.creighton.edu]

It is a by product of sour gas type drilling. I'm guessing they may have stored it there, who knows.
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Check out this website about H2S and another explosion
[link to www.earthworksaction.org]
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Doesn't sound a very good chemical to mess with.
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No it isn't. Every well is a sourwell until it gets to a refinery to have the H2S out of it. So sour I would think going through all these pipelines and H2S is VERY CORROSIVE to these pipelines and wells. Scary stuff. It destroyed my life. bump
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Is it something they may have stored in this cavern or is it burnt off in refining?
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Check out this website about H2S and another explosion
[link to www.earthworksaction.org]
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Doesn't sound a very good chemical to mess with.
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No it isn't. Every well is a sourwell until it gets to a refinery to have the H2S out of it. So sour I would think going through all these pipelines and H2S is VERY CORROSIVE to these pipelines and wells. Scary stuff. It destroyed my life. bump
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Is it something they may have stored in this cavern or is it burnt off in refining?
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It may be an injection well that engineers in Michigan weren't sure how injections wells would hold chemicals which blows my mind but that is Michigan. It can also be burnt off in a refinery which becomes sulphur dioxide which is H2S not burned hot enough and is more toxic burnt off. Could be both or pipeline or all of them. That is the scary part. Having lived through this in Northern Michigan.
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Doesn't sound a very good chemical to mess with.
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No it isn't. Every well is a sourwell until it gets to a refinery to have the H2S out of it. So sour I would think going through all these pipelines and H2S is VERY CORROSIVE to these pipelines and wells. Scary stuff. It destroyed my life. bump
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Is it something they may have stored in this cavern or is it burnt off in refining?
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It may be an injection well that engineers in Michigan weren't sure how injections wells would hold chemicals which blows my mind but that is Michigan. It can also be burnt off in a refinery which becomes sulphur dioxide which is H2S not burned hot enough and is more toxic burnt off. Could be both or pipeline or all of them. That is the scary part. Having lived through this in Northern Michigan.
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Well considering the smell, and that it is bubbling up, which would probably indicate it's not swamp gas, which also has natural traces of h2s I would speculate that it was being stored there. I do hope I'm wrong. Remember this is speculation not fact.

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Worst Case scenario. this is a small example of when thing go bang,

[link to www.youtube.com]
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[link to enenews.com]

great video
"I think I saw a piece of hell"hiding


After Flyovers of Sinkhole: “I saw a piece of hell there”; “Never seen anything like this before” — TV: Officials say it’s continuing to grow (VIDEO)
 Quoting: Goofy for God


This was a wild moment for me when first saw this thing, this sinkhole. I have never seen anything like this before,” said John Boudreaux, director of Assumption Parish Office of Emergency Preparedness.
^^^^^^^^^^
they're using some strong words here concerning this. damned

and they were talking about feeling vibrations as the equipment went in to drill, and i thought great, stir things up some more.. damned
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and this is how they start the drilling.
pile drive the fisrt casing!
so they are starting casting driving now....here are some videos on this.....
any thoughts about how mother earth will react down there????


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so let's just pound this thing into the ground above the unstable salt dome!

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well this should be a way to see how stable the roof of the dome is....ya think?

and one mover just to think about.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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someone mentioned this in relation to the fish and bird die offs...

well i was just about to post the same query...watching that vid and seeing the bubbles again, wondering, what is the local wildlife doing? are they dying because of this? getting sick? i think we're all agreed that nature is a very good indicator.
worth my weight in squirrels.
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Doom off?

Butane near sinkhole to be moved “in an abundance of caution” — Ignition of fuel inside pipe discussed


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has anyone seen this article yet? interesting statement on page three:

Another rumor circulating through the back channels was perpetuated by Internet articles with headlines like “Sinkhole: H-Bomb explosion equivalent in Bayou Corne possible.”

This concern is tied to a nearby underground butane storage facility, but the seriousness of the threat has been overblown, Boudreaux said.

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality moved to dispel the possibility of such a catastrophe by explaining the half-mile deep, butane-filled cavern cannot ignite because it lacks oxygen.


hmmm, sounds like someone's been reading GLP.

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Morning Update! Seems like the drilling is starting to destabilize some of the area. New bubble areas starting to open up!

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Todays Fly over videos!





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So if the water from the sinkhole mixes with the butane, it's no big deal. You just get watery butane. No explosion.
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So if the water from the sinkhole mixes with the butane, it's no big deal. You just get watery butane. No explosion.
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We're dealing with more than butane here. Go back and read some of the older posts to see what all is mixed in. It's a..ah.. very scary combination of chemicals.
And it's ironic too
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8/22/2012 -- UPDATE -- NEW Bubbles form near Bayou Corne Louisiana / Grand Bayou



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Louisiana just can't seem to catch a break
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Here is another one.

You have to understand, this also is just a drop in the bucket compared to what is in those domes!!!!

The volume of Liquid explosive in those domes is almost unimaginable(spelling?)


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This was posted on the other thread! WOW!
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Also posted on the other thread. Posting here for any who missed it!

Lived FAR south LA for MANY years, Tug Captain and now work for a super-major.

Copy and paste of a couple of quick write ups I did on this, apologiy for copying and pasting:


Who actually owns the butane and radioactive waste in these domes, and why are the owners of these materials never mentioned, just the dome owners/operators?

Search [link to www.YouTube.com] for "BLEVE"

If you have 2 or more vessels (in this case salt domes) so close to each other, the walls and pressure from a given dome no doubt provide a certain level of support to the walls of adjacent domes, and a lot of it.

I've read the CrossTex "worst-case" report (A SHAM IMO), which was *SUPPOSED* to give a "worst-case" scenarion, but instead basically says it can't happen instead of giving details and worst-case if it did happen, which is what I believe a "worst-case" report should do. The State AND FEDS need to DEMAND they give a report on if it did happen, along with the potential impact if could have on other domes in the area, such as the

**4-BILLION Cubic feet of Natural gas in domes very nearby**

All dome operators (AND ESPECIALLY COMPANIES WHOM OWN THE MATERIALS IN THESE BOMES, ALA' BIG-OIL AND NOT CONTRACTORS/FALLS GUYS) in the area should be ordered to give worst case report to the state, AND DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

Notice how Big Oil is rarely mentioned in any of the news reports (seen 1 Super-Major company mentioned 1 single time in all the articles I've read or seen), even though everyone in the area, AND STATE OFFICIALS, know they are operating EVERYWHERE in the area. I've been there MANY times in the area around these domes...

I really do not think industry nor Gov't is being honest about this situation...



::
Texas Brine is a fall guy/contractor to keep the name of the real owner(s) of the radioactive waste out of the news, WHOSE RADIOACTIVE WASTE IS IT?

Further, they mention the dome next to it with upwards of 63-MILLION GALS (~1.5-MILLION BARRELS) of butane in it, whose Butane is it? (Some reports have said it is propane, even worse)

I seriously doubt whatever is in the dome with the LPG in it is actually owned by CrossTex, and watch when the CrossTex "worst-case scenario" report comes out on the butane/LPG dome, it will most-likely just mention their dome, and omit whose butane or propane it is, and the effects a worst case will have on other domes in the area, such as the near *4-BILLION CUBIC FEET OF NATURAL GAS* owned by a certain named Super-Major Oil company, albeit rarely mentioned, and I have been following this close as I used to go into that area all the time, and I am an employee of a Super-Major, and they ALL need to come clean and get involved, NOW.

I have been ALL over that area loading LPG & crude barges, including directly from the domes, and this has the potential (and in my opinion is something they WILL NOT stop) to be an event of biblical proportions, all the while the politicians, companies and media are suppressing the magnitude of this situation.

It's REALLY bad folks, and the comapnies with assets & domes in that area ALL need to provide worst-case reports if they have assets anywhere within 20-30-miles of the Texas Brine dome.

And oh, ANOTHER 20-FT OF THE DOME JUST COLLAPSED A BIT AGO, IN ADDITION TO THE 50-FT LOST YESTERDAY...
TICK-TICK-TICK...I'm a VERY long way away from there now, but if (WHEN) it goes, I will probably without doubt hear and feel it...



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And for those of you whom do not know what a BLEVE is, BEWARE, and check out some of these examples:
It is NOT just butane or propane burning as you see in most cases of fires involving these materials.

[link to www.youtube.com]
(Search BLEVE on YouTube.com)

30,000-gal rail car BLEVE, watch what happens when it goes from burning to BLEVE...
[youtube]

Another of interest: [link to youtu.be]
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[link to www.examiner.com]

40 days and 40 nights? You've got to be kidding.

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An underground water source, hmmm...
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this is of interest! heat from one dome to another!


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Last Edited by psyoptics on 08/23/2012 11:33 AM
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listen here the water is what set this of...the steam was the key factor


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now there is not much water down there....is there?

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this is of interest! heat from one dome to another!


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nice find Psy!

and that was a SMALL example compared to the volume of gases at these salt domes.
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So many threads on this, not sure where to post...

My latest:
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Updates for today.

[link to assumptionla.wordpress.com]

Snip:
They also adopted a resolution to request DOTD to perform a study of a bypass route of LA-70. Please note that this does NOT mean the closure of LA-70, it is an addition of alternate route, more efficient and convenient than the current detour route (through Bayou Pigeon or Bayou L’Ourse).
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Updates for today.

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They also adopted a resolution to request DOTD to perform a study of a bypass route of LA-70. Please note that this does NOT mean the closure of LA-70, it is an addition of alternate route, more efficient and convenient than the current detour route (through Bayou Pigeon or Bayou L’Ourse).
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From Radchick


[link to www.examiner.com]
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Updates for today.

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Snip:
They also adopted a resolution to request DOTD to perform a study of a bypass route of LA-70. Please note that this does NOT mean the closure of LA-70, it is an addition of alternate route, more efficient and convenient than the current detour route (through Bayou Pigeon or Bayou L’Ourse).
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From Radchick


[link to www.examiner.com]
 Quoting: TS66


nice find and thanks for adding it to this link for anyone who still checks this one!

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