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HUGE Louisiana sinkhole! PART 2

 
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a few things come to the fore when looking at this 'isolated issue:' it is not isolated. amazing number of sinkholes and train derailments so far this month, all indicating because of their location that the craton is on the move. i know for sure that last year everyone freaked over the little EQ's that started up around the new madrid...now no one really mentions it but the fact is, the midwest/east coast EQ's have picked up dramatically since then. whether it's fracking or new madrid, or both, is pretty irrelevant. but all signs point to movement and magma activity.

the vid dutchsinse put up yesterday talks about the venting he has seen, and i know people are also watching the venting carefully.

here in oregon, offshore, we recently had a new lava field emerge (and currently a wildfire is burning in the lava fields, on shore), and this around the same time as the new zealand pumice event:

[link to article.wn.com]

so for sure watching between new zealand and west coast, which is also where everyone has been 'prophesying' and calling the next big quakes.

i definitely think the upcoming full moon period is one to watch. all it will take is just a wee bit more motion in the bayou and BOOM.
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Yes, these "isolated events" that seem to follow the fracking frackers everywhere they go. Along with the earthquakes in places that seldom had them. Along with odd smells, odd rumblings, sounds.

People in Ohio, Michigan and West Virginia have been noticing smells. Rotten egg smell. Sulpur smell. I have no links yet for Ohio and Michigan, just things I've heard. Here's one for WV. Notice they smelled natural gas. Thing is, natural gas has no smell. That's why they add Mercaptain to it. So people will notice when it leaks. So what are they smelling?

Natural Gas Odor Causes Concern in Nitro

NITRO, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- The strong smell of gas in the 800 block of Rt 25 in Nitro had residents concerned that there might be a gas leak in the area, Friday morning.
[link to www.wsaz.com]

And the New Madrid. Heh. A few years back, an instrument to measure activity was planted in Kentucky. Seems it was a couple thousand feet down, to record New Madrid activity. Also seems that instrument was planted around the time a frackking operation was beginning, but I'd have to look it up to be sure.

Ohio isn't earthquake area. We have very mild ones that are seldom felt, once in a great while. After a frackking company moved into southeastern Ohio, along with promises of big money, the poverty ridden area had big hopes. Shortly afterward, Ohio had a 4.2? Don't remember, but over 4. earthquake. It has been determined that it was caused by frackking.

Guess if the New Madrid is triggered, they'll be prepared, eh? Remember the training exercise they had in St. Louis or that area?

They say there are no "hydrocarbons" stored in the mines below the sinkholes. What, other than butane, is stored there? Could it be deadly wastewater from frackking?

Cows have dropped dead from sampling that water. Pennsylvania no longer allows them to dispose of water there after some serious issues in drinking water and natural waterways. Issues that occurred even after the water was "treated." They were looking to Ohio to dump it.

Did frackking play a role in this sinkhole in Louisiana? Does it have anything to do with the people who have had dogs and cattle die near them, or the cancer rates increase near them? Why is it that these frackkers seem to move into lower income areas? Is it coincidence?

Glad you're keeping up on this Paa Tal. People need to be informed. Information doesn't seem to be offered willingly and a person has to dig to find out what's going on in their back yard.

Sorry for the rambling. Lots to say and little time to say it right now. 8)
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From July 12, on a thread titled, "Residents of Assumption Parish Louisiana report earth tremors and natural gas surfacing," a poster asks:

"Has there been any Fracking going on in that area recently?"

The answer was:

"Not in that area. That's where the salt domes that contain some of the strategic oil reserves are. I'd hope they are smart enough not to frack anywhere near the salt domes. Of course, that's assuming a lot."
[link to rr-bb.com]

But they evidently weren't smart enough. The entire article below is worth a read:

Earthquakes in Texas get the attention of Louisiana agency
Published: Sunday, July 05, 2009

A series of minor earthquakes recorded as recently as last week in Texas have raised the specter of tremors in northwest Louisiana, where a natural gas discovery has launched a gold-rush style drilling boom.

A similar rush hit north Texas several years ago, after geologists found vast stores of natural gas in the Barnett Shale, a layer of underground rock spanning 5,000 square miles. Thousands of wells have been drilled, and some scientists have blamed the recent earthquakes on the intense process used to extract gas from the shale, called fracturing.

Developers are using the same process in Louisiana on the Haynesville Shale, which spreads beneath a six-parish region near Shreveport. Prospectors began flocking to the area early last year, after an energy firm announced that the Haynesville Shale could be the largest natural gas reserve in the country.....................................

But fracturing seems the likely culprit, given the low instance of fault activity in north Texas before the Barnett Shale drilling boom.

"It sure looks like it's related," Frohlich said.

[link to blog.nola.com]
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The two non-government organizations list three reasons they think the sinkhole is unrelated to Texas Brine’s cavern issues in the close vicinity of the expanding sinkhole:

The collapsed cavern was never used to store gas.
The bubble sites are quite a distance from the sinkhole; some on the other side of a number of other brine and storage caverns from the collapsed cavern.
There has been no apparent change to the bubbling throughout the collapse incident.

[link to www.examiner.com]


what the heck is causing all the bubbling then?

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If'n I were some sort of terurest I'd image a small blow torch would be effective. Oh but no, the FEMA cleanup crew is going to "on accident" blow it anyway.
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If'n I were some sort of terurest I'd image a small blow torch would be effective. Oh but no, the FEMA cleanup crew is going to "on accident" blow it anyway.
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yeah i have been thinking some asshole might think it's cute to see if they can set it on fire...cause you know, americans like to see shyte blow up...:(
worth my weight in squirrels.
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remember in the last war of the worlds movie,they came up from below...bubble bubble toil and trouble.

Last Edited by T Ceti H.C. Radnarg on 08/12/2012 06:03 PM
How unfortunate for some rulers when men,women,and children continue to think... Keep repeating the lies loud enough and long enough and just maybe the people will start to believe the lies again and good luck with that...finding your energy open until mars becomes raging aries...
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The two non-government organizations list three reasons they think the sinkhole is unrelated to Texas Brine’s cavern issues in the close vicinity of the expanding sinkhole:

The collapsed cavern was never used to store gas.
The bubble sites are quite a distance from the sinkhole; some on the other side of a number of other brine and storage caverns from the collapsed cavern.
There has been no apparent change to the bubbling throughout the collapse incident.

[link to www.examiner.com]


what the heck is causing all the bubbling then?
 Quoting: YupIBelieveYou


what happened to all the methane gas from the dissociated methane-hydrate from the BP rupture?

[link to scholar.google.com]


could this be where it went?

this is just what Matt Simmons was saying before he was "died"
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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actually it is hypothesised that the methane is coming from the gulf itself, having seeped up a fissure that they speculate may have formed.
worth my weight in squirrels.
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if the folks looking around this bubbling mess thought the was the possibility of this being methane gas...(having no smell and very deadly) they would for sure be waring gas masks!


is this not what is happening there now!
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Huge deposit of iodide nuked eh. What a joke.
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follow the salt deposits!
BP Gulf Oil Spill Seafloor Fractured So Bad Oil May Leak For Years Even If Relief Well Succeeds

[link to grandelander.newsvine.com]
look at the image.


follow the salt.

this is not too far from the sink hole!
and lets not forget Mr Simmons words!

and we need do re-look at methane-hydrates!
this is held in great amount under the GOM and this was the main reason for the explosion. this stuff is very very bad!
and held under huge pressure.

WHAT do you get when you combine water and swamp gas under low temperatures and high pressures? You get a frozen latticelike substance called methane hydrate, huge amounts of which underlie our oceans and polar permafrost. This crystalline combination of a natural gas and water (known technically as a clathrate) looks remarkably like ice but burns if it meets a lit match.
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[link to www.llnl.gov (secure)]
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like in this image here!
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So this is nuclear waste from underground nuclear testing bubbling up?
These people are dead.

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Deepwater Horizon – Worse To Come

July 10th, 2010 in Current Events by Frank Chadwick
[link to greathistory.com]
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Parish officials and state agencies are meeting daily with companies that are directly involved in the mitigation of this situation. This afternoon’s meeting provided information regarding the cleanup of the sinkhole/slurry site.

[link to assumptionla.wordpress.com]

hf
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Found this little blog with tons of info...

Rotten egg smells...NOT GOOD

Thank god i moved outta La when i did..1989

Link

[link to www.flutrackers.com]
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Did Deepwater methane hydrates cause the BP Gulf explosion?




this is still sitting there and there was a lot for cracking and creation of fissures.
a lot of methane-hydrate all around. the rupture of the BP rig created heat...which was putting this whole area or at least the methane-hydrate, in a state of dissociation. and in return only creating more heat.
NOAA had a ship [link to www.floridaoilspilllaw.com] out for months looking for these huge methane gas bubbles...but never found them....or did they.

and how much of this extremely pressurize methane gas move toward the shoreline?

or better to the area of this sink hole?
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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Little info on other CAVERNS sinkin

[link to www.nctimes.com]

Notice the other states as well.
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Enenews reports that U235 is a significant fraction of the detected uranium in the samples!
OMG - this is a nuclear test site gone wrong!!!

Evacuate the State!

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You know, before this gets even more confused...

Folks down there are saying mishandling practices effecting the entire NETWORK of salt caverns have been cause for concern since around '05.
This came from a comment at examiner.com (copywrited).

Concerns that PRECEDE frakking, eq's, BP, and all the rest.
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Found this little blog with tons of info...

Rotten egg smells...NOT GOOD

Thank god i moved outta La when i did..1989

Link

[link to www.flutrackers.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21797093
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Did you see the headline on that blog??

Latest: Assumption Parish officials asking residents in sinkhole region to fill out next-of-kin forms

UH Oh!
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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Found this little blog with tons of info...

Rotten egg smells...NOT GOOD

Thank god i moved outta La when i did..1989

Link

[link to www.flutrackers.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21797093
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Did you see the headline on that blog??

Latest: Assumption Parish officials asking residents in sinkhole region to fill out next-of-kin forms

UH Oh!
 Quoting: Earth Cries


yup,did spy that...

You wouldnt have ta ask but once and my butt would have been gone!

Also did you see where folks are bringing in big-rigs and hitching up their homes and skinin-out?
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Enenews reports that U235 is a significant fraction of the detected uranium in the samples!
OMG - this is a nuclear test site gone wrong!!!

Evacuate the State!

5a
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wouldnt that just twist a new knot in your tail.
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Enenews reports that U235 is a significant fraction of the detected uranium in the samples!
OMG - this is a nuclear test site gone wrong!!!

Evacuate the State!

5a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1483106


wouldnt that just twist a new knot in your tail.
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Yes!
But there is nothing quite like 'I told you so?'.
U235 at such an incredibly high fraction can only mean one thing .... nuclear waste - from a nuclear test - or reactor waste ... has been pumped into the sink hole in the past ....

5a
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You know, before this gets even more confused...

Folks down there are saying mishandling practices effecting the entire NETWORK of salt caverns have been cause for concern since around '05.
This came from a comment at examiner.com (copywrited).

Concerns that PRECEDE frakking, eq's, BP, and all the rest.
 Quoting: DawaSatso

but these thing would be just where methane gas would get caught...be it BP methane-hydrate or everyday methane leaking from the gulf of Mexico.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.

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