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HUGE Louisiana sinkhole!!!!

 
Paa Tal (OP)

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I AM Cajun and you need to remove your shill azz from my thread!
goaway
 Quoting: Paa Tal


not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Your ignorance speaks SO LOUDLY that we cannot even begin to hear any of the words you speak of!
 Quoting: Paa Tal


and a moron, too.
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Thank you for your name calling! It proves the validity of my previous statements!
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not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
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Your ignorance speaks SO LOUDLY that we cannot even begin to hear any of the words you speak of!
 Quoting: Paa Tal


and a moron, too.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Thank you for your name calling! It proves the validity of my previous statements!
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that's not name calling. those are accurate characterizations.
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I AM Cajun and you need to remove your shill azz from my thread!
goaway
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not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Okay. I get it.

This is unconscionable.

I think Paa Tal is right.

FYI: The Cajun people predate almost all other ethnic groups in the region. They were the backbone of exploration and development, as far back as the late 1600's, and, possibly even before that time.

That some have settled into a lifestyle that you don't understand just shows your ignorance.

My own genealogy goes back to those 17th and 18th century timelines in Port Mobile, and, later, the development of New Orleans.

Losing you would be more appealing, especially when taking into consideration the importance of preserving good-hearted people.

Sorry, Dr. E., but you have become somewhat abusive and unethical.

damned

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I AM Cajun and you need to remove your shill azz from my thread!
goaway
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not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Okay. I get it.

This is unconscionable.

I think Paa Tal is right.

FYI: The Cajun people predate almost all other ethnic groups in the region. They were the backbone of exploration and development, as far back as the late 1600's, and, possibly even before that time.

That they some have settled into a lifestyle that you don't understand just shows your ignorance.

My own genealogy goes back to those 17th and 18th century timelines in Port Mobile, and, later, the development of New Orleans.

Losing you would be more appealing, especially when taking into consideration the importance of preserving good-hearted people.

Sorry, Dr. E., but you have become somewhat abusive and unethical.

damned
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


so, now, not only does everyone know that Dr. Einstein
is very very smart, but, also, now, that he can fight like a real bitch, too.
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so, are you gonna sing us a song, or what?
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I AM Cajun and you need to remove your shill azz from my thread!
goaway
 Quoting: Paa Tal


not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Okay. I get it.

This is unconscionable.

I think Paa Tal is right.

FYI: The Cajun people predate almost all other ethnic groups in the region. They were the backbone of exploration and development, as far back as the late 1600's, and, possibly even before that time.

That they some have settled into a lifestyle that you don't understand just shows your ignorance.

My own genealogy goes back to those 17th and 18th century timelines in Port Mobile, and, later, the development of New Orleans.

Losing you would be more appealing, especially when taking into consideration the importance of preserving good-hearted people.

Sorry, Dr. E., but you have become somewhat abusive and unethical.

damned
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


so, now, not only does everyone know that Dr. Einstein
is very very smart, but, also, now, that he can fight like a real bitch, too.
 Quoting: dr.einstein

fighting is not productive on this issue.....

read this! this is how inter-connect this seemingly small event might effect everyone here in the states!

on a side note....
anyone know where the US keeps the crude oil reserves?
the ones that the president was talking about releasing this fall?



well lets look into the reserves.....



the US crude oil reserves are about 570 million barrels.
stored in the salt domes.
each salt cavern will store about 10 million barrel of crude.
so give or take that is 57 salt caverns each about 2000 deep in the salt dome.

so where are these domes? lets look

West Hackberry La near Lake George, and more in Bayou Choctaw near Baton Rouge La.

now this seems very close the sink hole down there.
does the president know more about all this?
and if this is connected to the BP rupture....not looking so good for the US's reserves!
IF and only if this area of salt domes are being breached by any gases and even crude from the ruptures going on in the GOM then there are truly things playing out down there we humans will not be able to stop.
 Quoting: psyoptics


and now there seems to be issue with over pressure and too many wells in texas!
Thread: What's going on? Gas wells in TX over pressure!

Last Edited by psyoptics on 10/14/2012 01:12 PM
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not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Okay. I get it.

This is unconscionable.

I think Paa Tal is right.

FYI: The Cajun people predate almost all other ethnic groups in the region. They were the backbone of exploration and development, as far back as the late 1600's, and, possibly even before that time.

That they some have settled into a lifestyle that you don't understand just shows your ignorance.

My own genealogy goes back to those 17th and 18th century timelines in Port Mobile, and, later, the development of New Orleans.

Losing you would be more appealing, especially when taking into consideration the importance of preserving good-hearted people.

Sorry, Dr. E., but you have become somewhat abusive and unethical.

damned
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


so, now, not only does everyone know that Dr. Einstein
is very very smart, but, also, now, that he can fight like a real bitch, too.
 Quoting: dr.einstein

fighting is not productive on this issue.....

read this! this is how inter-connect this seemingly small event might effect everyone here in the states!

on a side note....
anyone no where the US keeps the crude oil reserves?
the ones that the president was talking about releasing this fall?



well lets look into the reserves.....



the US crude oil reserves are about 570 million barrels.
stored in the salt domes.
each salt cavern will store about 10 million barrel of crude.
so give or take that is 57 salt caverns each about 2000 deep in the salt dome.

so where are these domes? lets look

West Hackberry La near Lake George, and more in Bayou Choctaw near Baton Rouge La.

now this seems very close the sink hole down there.
does the president know more about all this?
and if this is connected to the BP rupture....not looking so good for the US's reserves!
IF and only if this area of salt domes are being breached by any gases and even crude from the ruptures going on in the GOM then there are truly things playing out down there we humans will not be able to stop.
 Quoting: psyoptics


and now there seems to be issue with over pressure and too many wells in texas!
Thread: What's going on? Gas wells in TX over pressure!
 Quoting: psyoptics


well, even since August, this situation is just getting
started, and has a long way to go before it comes ripe.

people have been presenting a lot of interesting facts (all
much appreciated), but we still don't have enough to connect
all the dots. and it's for damn sure that the authorities aren't
telling us anything.
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Newest map of sinkhole!

[link to www.edsuite.com]
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Paa Tal, what is that large area to the right, which looks like a pool or basin of some sort? I don't recall seeing this before?

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During the last flyover film I saw, it seems evident that there are stands of trees on the outskirts of the sinkhole that have a sheen under them, as if they are now sitting in water or oil.

I wonder if this is actually what I am seeing...


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 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


I think the area you are seeing is the brine plant and the area to the right of that across the road is the Crosstex Butane caverns.
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I AM Cajun and you need to remove your shill azz from my thread!
goaway
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not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Okay. I get it.

This is unconscionable.

I think Paa Tal is right.

FYI: The Cajun people predate almost all other ethnic groups in the region. They were the backbone of exploration and development, as far back as the late 1600's, and, possibly even before that time.

That they some have settled into a lifestyle that you don't understand just shows your ignorance.

My own genealogy goes back to those 17th and 18th century timelines in Port Mobile, and, later, the development of New Orleans.

Losing you would be more appealing, especially when taking into consideration the importance of preserving good-hearted people.

Sorry, Dr. E., but you have become somewhat abusive and unethical.

damned
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


so, now, not only does everyone know that Dr. Einstein
is very very smart, but, also, now, that he can fight like a real bitch, too.
 Quoting: dr.einstein



First, maybe OP should ban you from the thread, instead of allowing you the chance to, ahem, "fight like a real bitch" you claim yourself to be.

Second, EINSTEIN, it makes NO sense that you are turning this important issue into a personal vendetta against a group of people who are merely victims in this debacle.

You remind me of this guy Walker, who was a friend of my husband.

Walker was an highly educated British artist who moved to NYC at a time when rents were cheap.

Forward into the future, rent control allowed him the ability to retain a large apartment in a small building for a few hundred dollars, causing the landlord a severe financial difficulties. But, Walker, who had grown arrogant enough to develop a sense of entitlement due to his upbringing, finally became a caricature of himself.

With the perpetual help of his dearest friend of the same surname, Johnnie Walker, our Mr. Walker--who was once a very funny and clever gentleman--turned into the loudest and most difficult conversationalist I have ever met.

Unfortunately for him, or, perhaps by then it was most fortunate, he was eventually found stiff as a petrified log in his magnificent flat, somewhat worm eaten, with his sad friend Johnnie Walker by his side, also drained of life. In his case, even maggots proved more viable than he.

His caustic drivel was never to be heard again. Fortunately for him, he had many dear friends who remembered him in better days, when his intellectual genius was still unencumbered by fluff. So, he is still rather missed.

The possibility remains that you, on the other hand, will not be.

damned

Please try to find your better angel, or, leave us to discuss this matter in a friendly and reasonable all by ourselves.


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not only are you a Cajun. but you are a Cajun with no
sense of humor.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Okay. I get it.

This is unconscionable.

I think Paa Tal is right.

FYI: The Cajun people predate almost all other ethnic groups in the region. They were the backbone of exploration and development, as far back as the late 1600's, and, possibly even before that time.

That they some have settled into a lifestyle that you don't understand just shows your ignorance.

My own genealogy goes back to those 17th and 18th century timelines in Port Mobile, and, later, the development of New Orleans.

Losing you would be more appealing, especially when taking into consideration the importance of preserving good-hearted people.

Sorry, Dr. E., but you have become somewhat abusive and unethical.

damned
 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


so, now, not only does everyone know that Dr. Einstein
is very very smart, but, also, now, that he can fight like a real bitch, too.
 Quoting: dr.einstein



First, maybe OP should ban you from the thread, instead of allowing you the chance to, ahem, "fight like a real bitch" you claim yourself to be.

Second, EINSTEIN, it makes NO sense that you are turning this important issue into a personal vendetta against a group of people who are merely victims in this debacle.

You remind me of this guy Walker, who was a friend of my husband.

Walker was an highly educated British artist who moved to NYC at a time when rents were cheap.

Forward into the future, rent control allowed him the ability to retain a large apartment in a small building for a few hundred dollars, causing the landlord a severe financial difficulties. But, Walker, who had grown arrogant enough to develop a sense of entitlement due to his upbringing, finally became a caricature of himself.

With the perpetual help of his dearest friend of the same surname, Johnnie Walker, our Mr. Walker--who was once a very funny and clever gentleman--turned into the loudest and most difficult conversationalist I have ever met.

Unfortunately for him, or, perhaps by then it was most fortunate, he was eventually found stiff as a petrified log in his magnificent flat, somewhat worm eaten, with his sad friend Johnnie Walker by his side, also drained of life. In his case, even maggots proved more viable than he.

His caustic drivel was never to be heard again. Fortunately for him, he had many dear friends who remembered him in better days, when his intellectual genius was still unencumbered by fluff. So, he is still rather missed.

The possibility remains that you, on the other hand, will not be.

damned

Please try to find your better angel, or, leave us to discuss this matter in a friendly and reasonable all by ourselves.

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yer not going to be able to keep up with me, i can tell.
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wow just wow....................


now back to what is possible going to effect most of this country.

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Please try to find your better angel, or, leave us to discuss this matter in a friendly and reasonable all by ourselves.

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yer not going to be able to keep up with me, i can tell.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Look, I am calling a truce. This issue is much too precious for nonsense, and, I do not wish to be a part of the derailing of this thread.

I read your last post, which was reasonable and to the point. Just continue on this way.

You appear to have a good handle on this issue, so it would be fortunate for everyone to learn what you have to contribute.

Ooookie, dokie?
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The ignore button has been getting more action lately!
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Newest map of sinkhole!

[link to www.edsuite.com]
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Paa Tal, what is that large area to the right, which looks like a pool or basin of some sort? I don't recall seeing this before?

----------
During the last flyover film I saw, it seems evident that there are stands of trees on the outskirts of the sinkhole that have a sheen under them, as if they are now sitting in water or oil.

I wonder if this is actually what I am seeing...


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 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


In the last photo, it appears that the area to the immediate North of the sinkhole may be getting ready to slough in also which seems like it may double the size of the sinkhole if this does happen!
 Quoting: Paa Tal


Sure is slow and systematic in growth pattern so far, this being the 3rd month in.

You know guys, as I looked for a date when this was taken, the lower R says Copyrite 2009 GOOGLE (under the propagandized triangle that reads Homeland InSecurity).
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Okay, to put this issue back on track, I will add some data I dug up a few days ago.

Once again, it has to do with geological formations, and, the deposits of oil and gases in the region.

Hopefully it will be helpful for those who do not get to read through long threads...

Knowing the geology of this entire area will help everyone understand the extensive nature of what is brewing in the Gulf.

Although some people may not be able to see the importance of the Bayou Corne salt dome collapse, once you realize just how far and wide this highly dissolvable substance can be, and, what happens as it continues breeching, the big picture may seem easy to understand.

This basin extends from the waters of the Gulf where the Macondo Well is, up into the interior of the southern states.

There is actually a name for these extensive salt deposits: The Louann Salt Basin

I have added two other MAPS that pictures the entire Loann Salt Basin , which includes the Gulf water region and the southern states, to help gain perspective.

This first map shows concise explanations of the geological formations and 'faults' :
[link to archives.datapages.com]
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The map below shows us exactly how extensive, and, where the Louann Salt is located:
[link to www.priweb.org]

"The Louann Salt is more than 200 million years old, and is located at great depths along the Gulf of Mexico's shoreline. In some places, however, this salt has moved due to the enormous pressure being put on it from the rocks above. The map below shows us exactly where the Louann Salt is located below the surface (south of the blue line), and where structures (dark green "blobs" on the map) have been created by its underground movement."

The following site shows the 'reserve'amounts of gas and oil contained in and under these salt deposits.

[link to www.priweb.org]

===========================================

Assessment of Undiscovered Conventional Oil and Gas Resources—Lower Cretaceous Travis Peak and Hosston Formations, Jurassic Smackover Interior Salt Basins Total Petroleum System, in the East Texas Basin and
Louisiana-Mississippi Salt Basins Provinces


Page 13 Map: JURASSIC SMACKOVER INTERIOR SALT BASIN:
Page 26 Map: The extent of Gas Production in approx 6900 wells
[link to pubs.usgs.gov]

There is an extensive amount of information, with additional maps.

============================

Irony from 2008:

Not that I expect anyone to read this report; I am only adding it for its ironic nature, and, title. If you care to read, its information is pretty interesting.

THE PRIZE BENEATH THE SALT

"The subsalt play in the northern Gulf of Mexico extends basin-ward across a wide expanse of the outer Continental Shelf and Slope of the western and central US Gulf Coast. E&P companies are exploiting this play by drilling structures lying between salt masses or beneath salt canopies. Originally targeting horizons of Miocene through Pleistocene age, some operators are now exploring deeper sands of the Lower Tertiary."

[link to www.slb.com]

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onward through the fog....

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Other thing worth mention is the industrial encampment on the R and below it a smaller one running to the L.

If I'm not mistaken there was a small encampment with a construction trailer/trucks etc., in original flyovers that had a short descending road (partly submerged)off of it that was later removed/evacuated.

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Other thing worth mention is the industrial encampment on the R and below it a smaller one running to the L.

If I'm not mistaken there was a small encampment with a construction trailer/trucks etc., in original flyovers that had a short descending road (partly submerged)off of it that was later removed/evacuated.

Thoughts?
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yes. below is a photo of the entire area of what is referred to
as The Napoleanville Salt Dome. (it is approx. 1 mi by 3 mi.)

the little bitty "Texas Brine Cavern" area is just at left-center
of the photo.

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
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Newest map of sinkhole!

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Other thing worth mention is the industrial encampment on the R and below it a smaller one running to the L.

If I'm not mistaken there was a small encampment with a construction trailer/trucks etc., in original flyovers that had a short descending road (partly submerged)off of it that was later removed/evacuated.

Thoughts?
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You know, I have now taken another look at this map.

It really does look as if the entire area is in jeopardy, with a number of sinkholes throughout the area.

New Today:
[link to www.edsuite.com]

Earlier Map:

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

It looks as if both the butane storage area and the Oxy Giesmar facility (if that is theirs, or, Texas Brine's) are totally in jeopardy.

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"The map below shows us exactly how extensive, and, where the Louann Salt is located:
[link to www.priweb.org]

"The Louann Salt is more than 200 million years old, and is located at great depths along the Gulf of Mexico's shoreline. In some places, however, this salt has moved due to the enormous pressure being put on it from the rocks above. The map below shows us exactly where the Louann Salt is located below the surface (south of the blue line), and where structures (dark green "blobs" on the map) have been created by its underground movement."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

200 MILLION YEARS OLD, ancient ancient lands.

Ponder this and how much these salt mountains are responsible for the salinity of our very oceans including weight of water and cold.

Along comes HomoSapiens with a death wish for themselves and the comtempt to take everything with them of this earth.

I am revulsed to my soul.
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did everyone see that new pic that shows some kind of sludge oil on top of the sinkhole.


wowwy wow wow. that looked nasty.


what ever is down there is nasty.




[link to enenews.com]
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Dimensions of sinkhole!

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Dimensions of sinkhole!

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It looks to me that by ONLY showing the size of the submerged area, the true nature of the degradation that's apparent of the outlying area makes this debacle seem LESS problematic.

The new map you linked to earlier today is a more accurate picture of what's truly happening!

So, I'm continuing to post it, as referance:

New Today:
[link to www.edsuite.com]

just look at the other open areas, and, the dark areas between the trees.


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Forgive if this has already been linked

10-11 flyover does show the short landing and some poor slob working a crane attempting to appear "busy" as if something relevant is being accomplished *not*:
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folks just look at the RED pinned threads today!

Texas
La
and the BP still leaking well

the can not be anything but connected.

this is the area where this country stores all the oil reserves!



did anyone read about the pieces of possible gas pipes found floating in the sink hole?

i will look for it again.
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Dimensions of sinkhole!

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It looks to me that by ONLY showing the size of the submerged area, the true nature of the degradation that's apparent of the outlying area makes this debacle seem LESS problematic.

The new map you linked to earlier today is a more accurate picture of what's truly happening!

So, I'm continuing to post it, as referance:

New Today:
[link to www.edsuite.com]

just look at the other open areas, and, the dark areas between the trees.


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Check out this map with zoom at the north point of the rectangle. From left to right there is an area which appears to be opening up and also extends down the left side of the rectangle to the side of the sinkhole. The previous map was snipped at that point.

[link to www.edsuite.com]
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here!
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"The map below shows us exactly how extensive, and, where the Louann Salt is located:
[link to www.priweb.org]

"The Louann Salt is more than 200 million years old, and is located at great depths along the Gulf of Mexico's shoreline. In some places, however, this salt has moved due to the enormous pressure being put on it from the rocks above. The map below shows us exactly where the Louann Salt is located below the surface (south of the blue line), and where structures (dark green "blobs" on the map) have been created by its underground movement."
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

200 MILLION YEARS OLD, ancient ancient lands.

Ponder this and how much these salt mountains are responsible for the salinity of our very oceans including weight of water and cold.

Along comes HomoSapiens with a death wish for themselves and the comtempt to take everything with them of this earth.

I am revulsed to my soul.

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Amen!!!

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Dimensions of sinkhole!

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Paa Tal


It looks to me that by ONLY showing the size of the submerged area, the true nature of the degradation that's apparent of the outlying area makes this debacle seem LESS problematic.

The new map you linked to earlier today is a more accurate picture of what's truly happening!

So, I'm continuing to post it, as referance:

New Today:
[link to www.edsuite.com]

just look at the other open areas, and, the dark areas between the trees.


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 Quoting: Esoteric Morgan


Check out this map with zoom at the north point of the rectangle. From left to right there is an area which appears to be opening up and also extends down the left side of the rectangle to the side of the sinkhole. The previous map was snipped at that point.

[link to www.edsuite.com]
 Quoting: Paa Tal



Exactly! And, you can see the newer dead and dying trees all through that rectangle, which shows a larger degraded area than what is being 'measured.'

(Ha! I have gotten my threads mixed up)

Again, for clarity to newcomers:

New Today:
[link to www.edsuite.com]

Earlier Map:

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

The difference from August to today is striking!

Last Edited by Esoteric Morgan on 10/14/2012 03:13 PM

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