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HUGE Louisiana sinkhole!!!!

 
Paa Tal (OP)

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We have received inquiries regarding the local nursing home… Please note that Heritage Manor Nursing Home residents have not been evacuated and are sheltering in place. The facility is staffed accordingly throughout the impending storm.

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Wow...so much for a mandatory evacuation.
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Assumption HS takes a beating!

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08/29/2012 01:58 PM
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Originally posted by Radchick

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The storm is expected to take the eye of the storm FIVE HOURS to enter and exit Assumption. It could be before 7:00 p.m. where we are still experiencing hurricane force winds and by 11:00 pm that we are experiencing tropical storm force winds.

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maybe a bit offtopic...


Official Sinkhole Warning: Eye of Isaac to be over area for “FIVE HOURS” — Hurricane strength winds begin at 3p ET

[link to enenews.com]
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08/29/2012 02:57 PM

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maybe a bit offtopic...


Official Sinkhole Warning: Eye of Isaac to be over area for “FIVE HOURS” — Hurricane strength winds begin at 3p ET

[link to enenews.com]
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Not off topic at all, thanks IWTB
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maybe a bit offtopic...


Official Sinkhole Warning: Eye of Isaac to be over area for “FIVE HOURS” — Hurricane strength winds begin at 3p ET

[link to enenews.com]
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The eye of the storm is always very calm...could give them a break before the second half of the storm begins for them!
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08/31/2012 01:42 PM

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Today's updates.

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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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i wonder wtf is happening with the sinkhole.
no word on that.
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i wonder wtf is happening with the sinkhole.
no word on that.
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Well it's a national holiday .... critical conditions or not, it's a paid day off !!!

LOL
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Jindal Avoids Sinkhole-Danger Talk + Integrity Reports on the Salt Dome

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Gov. Bobby Piyush Jindal has done it again.

Just when you think he can’t get any more arrogant, he responds by flexing his string bean Barney Fife-like muscles at President Obama over—you guessed it—federal funds.

[link to www.bayoubuzz.com]
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Louisiana sinkhole area residents reported to Assumption Parish officials hearing alarms over the weekend, but were told by officials that alarms are not going off. The alarm reports coincide with a spike in seismic activity, according to The University of Memphis Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI), and also might coincide with resumed drilling into the sinkhole area after Tropical Storm Isaac left it.

Just hearing bells? Alarms heard might link to Bayou Corne sinkhole area seismic activity at Monitor #3 on Hwy. 70

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09/03/2012 11:44 PM
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Would the TX Brine drilling REALLY cause the seismic monitors to register like that??? Sure would like someone (a seismic professional!) to make an analysis of that!
I've been on numerous drilling locations over the years (in W TX) while drilling was going on. It was unbelievably noisy, and there was some ground vibration, but I wouldn't think it was enough to set off seismic recordings like that.

I think that the folks that live in the area probably know the sounds, smells and other indicators that are normal for their area. And under the circumstances, I would think that most of them are paying close attention to, and listening for, the various monitors that have been placed around the sinkhole. If it was my house and my life and my neighborhood, I'd be paying VERY close attention. But the officials, like usual, are not paying the residents much attention. How unbelievably frustrating!!!

Thanks, OP, for keeping the updates coming!
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Would the TX Brine drilling REALLY cause the seismic monitors to register like that??? Sure would like someone (a seismic professional!) to make an analysis of that!
I've been on numerous drilling locations over the years (in W TX) while drilling was going on. It was unbelievably noisy, and there was some ground vibration, but I wouldn't think it was enough to set off seismic recordings like that.

I think that the folks that live in the area probably know the sounds, smells and other indicators that are normal for their area. And under the circumstances, I would think that most of them are paying close attention to, and listening for, the various monitors that have been placed around the sinkhole. If it was my house and my life and my neighborhood, I'd be paying VERY close attention. But the officials, like usual, are not paying the residents much attention. How unbelievably frustrating!!!

Thanks, OP, for keeping the updates coming!
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They were drilling before the hurricane as well, what we need to see is if these seismic readings also happened then, and did they stop before the drilling stopped, I don't think the drilling has stopped, or if it has we have not being told that they have reached the well yet.
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Here is a link to the monitors in Bayou Corne. It seems like LA03 is the most active!

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]


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09/04/2012 09:18 AM

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so it looks like the seismic reading show action before the drilling started up again.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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Three new spots are bubbling.

"Three new bubbling spots have been identified and confirmed; in Bayou Corne, Grand Bayou, and Triche Canal. DEQ will pull samples to investigate and the spots will be monitored. Once lab results are available, they will be posted." [link to assumptionla.wordpress.com]
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No flyover since before the hurricane.. They are sidestepping and very soon tehy will discontinue any talk about this.. I want to see new photos! There's been no video since the 25th!
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09/04/2012 01:47 PM
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Can google earth get close enough to see the sinkhole?
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I read this article and it just seemed like Crosstex was only concerned about how much money this issue was costing them. IMO- the residents have been highly inconvenienced.

[link to www.bayoubuzz.com]
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Mysterious bubbles and houses shaking in Bayou Corne, Louisiana (July 3, 2012)


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look at the date.
and DHS new about this then!
homes moving...wall cracking....bubbles sent out for testing...should have been back weeks ago.
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It goes back even farther than that. I started a thread about the bubbles and I remember reading that it had been bubbling for a few weeks before hand.

Thread: Strange Bubbles in the Bayou??? Houses moving
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We are aware of fish kills reported in the Bayou Lafourche, Belle River, and surrounding Lake Verret areas. The question is: How is this going to affect our water being Bayou Lafourche is our potable water supply??

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No flyover since before the hurricane.. They are sidestepping and very soon tehy will discontinue any talk about this.. I want to see new photos! There's been no video since the 25th!
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You are right my friend!
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Novamom's post got me to searching.... and look!

Morgan City- the visitor center started sinking.
[link to www.banner-tribune.com]


Look at just wondering post- July 16 of this year.
[link to www.topix.com]

This stuff has been happening and I think the citizens of this area are just getting lip service.
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09/04/2012 04:01 PM

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Copy of the latest EPA findings!

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

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09/04/2012 04:28 PM

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Copy of the latest EPA findings!

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

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These thermal contouring levels were selected to begin at temperatures that are above the ambient levels found within the field of view, increasing in five degree increments to the maximum of 60°C. The thermal contrast is greatest where the surface materials are significantly different. The highest contour level (60°C) consists of a very small percentage of the scene and appears to be associated directly to some type of operating mechanical equipment. Those levels over 55°C are still a low percentage and occur where some activity at an operating facility is contributing thermal energy to the nearby surrounding materials. The contour levels over 45°C (blue and green) are consistent with surface materials that differ significantly from naturally occurring materials, such as manmade equipment, structures or construction materials. The sinkhole area has a thermal profile that indicates either man made materials, such as a petroleum product at the surface, or some externally heated naturally occurring material, such as upwelling deep subsurface brine. The booms present in the sink hole area appear to be performing their intended role of separating materials at the surface. Upwelling hot brine would quickly transfer heat to all fluids in the sinkhole regardless of their separation by surface booms.

Guess someone new this info already.
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The pic this is refering to is on the last page of the report.
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Novamom's post got me to searching.... and look!

Morgan City- the visitor center started sinking.
[link to www.banner-tribune.com]


Look at just wondering post- July 16 of this year.
[link to www.topix.com]

This stuff has been happening and I think the citizens of this area are just getting lip service.
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I think this is why they are suddenly reporting on that 'enchanted forest' 10 miles off the coast of Alabama in the Gulf of Mexico, reported to be at LEAST 12 thousand years old....they KNOW this entire area is SINKING into the GOM and they are giving as many subtle HINTS to the public to get ready for it.
The ONLY reason I can figure that they don't just come right out and TELL PEOPLE to GTFO there is because so many businesses and tax bases will be lost at ONE TIME before the next election. Ubama cannot have that on his plate as well as all the OTHER crap load of FAILURES he has.


So I will say it for you....GTFO that place NOW. HIDE yo wife.... HIDE yo chidrends....
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Novamom's post got me to searching.... and look!

Morgan City- the visitor center started sinking.
[link to www.banner-tribune.com]


Look at just wondering post- July 16 of this year.
[link to www.topix.com]

This stuff has been happening and I think the citizens of this area are just getting lip service.
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I think the one comment about the earthquake years ago makes an excellent point. The poster had refered to an earthquake in the bayou is like shaking a bowl of jello. Either that was no taken into consideration when building or it should not have been built there to begin with. That said, how is this going to effect all other construction. This has the potential to make 100's if not 1000's of homes and businesses unhabital. Just to dangerous. What if they get a decent sized earthquake and things begin sinkng to quickly for people to get out of harms way? Those caves are all over the place down there, one wrong move/shake could breech one or more of them. Or so I would think. That whole place is at or below sea level. Maybe people need to invest in pontoons for the house foundation..haha But really, might want to consider seeing if there would be an affordable way to make the houses more pliable, so that if there is an earthquake the structure will not collapse and will allow people to get out of town if need be. If I lived there I would be scared to death right now. A good friend of mine is from there, although she is no longer living there, she still has family there. I am going to ask her if she knows anything about this, I'm not sure how far away they live from Assumption.

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