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Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required

 
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Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
The Examiner reported Tuesday that seismic signals continue to be detected in the sinkhole and butane well vicinity, according to seismologist Stephen Horton. [link to www.examiner.com]
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
When the Earth farts, thousands of people die.

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Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow.. I mean what would the range of the blast be?
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow.. I mean what would the range of the blast be?
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broken windows for atleast 1500 miles if it all go's off at once. Butane catches fire when exposed too oxygen. Is there Enough Oxygen in the air too make it blow??
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow.. I mean what would the range of the blast be?
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I saw some info that showed 25% mortality rate out to around 6 miles, if the entire 1.5 million barrels of butane blew in one giant explosion.

That's not likely to happen though. What would probably happen is SOME of it would explode and burn, sucking up all the oxygen for miles around. Following that, you'd then have clouds of butane gas and carbon monoxide blowing along the ground, moving with the wind, suffocating and poisoning people and animals as it goes, spreading westward toward Florida, to go along with probably a perpetual fire at the originating site in Louisiana.
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow.. I mean what would the range of the blast be?
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broken windows for atleast 1500 miles if it all go's off at once. Butane catches fire when exposed too oxygen. Is there Enough Oxygen in the air too make it blow??
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What do you think?
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Er, spreading eastward toward Florida. Heh, I needs some coffee!
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Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow.. I mean what would the range of the blast be?
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broken windows for atleast 1500 miles if it all go's off at once. Butane catches fire when exposed too oxygen. Is there Enough Oxygen in the air too make it blow??
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No it doesn't.
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
WBRZ Baton Rouge had a piece on the morning news that said that the sinkhole is now 500 ft x 640+ ft. Growing.
They showed all the huge trucks with the drilling equipment and said they are setting up the "relief" well.

Here's the seismo at White Castle which is very close to the area.

[link to rev.seis.sc.edu]
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Did you read the story posted the other day about the man made vortex in 1980 when they were drilling in the lake above the salt caverns 50 miles from the Sinkhole. You should. Amazing story that keeps getting buried and pushed down on the threads. Lake somthing or other. The story should have been pinned. I printed it off. Most amazing story I have ever read.
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow.. I mean what would the range of the blast be?
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broken windows for atleast 1500 miles if it all go's off at once. Butane catches fire when exposed too oxygen. Is there Enough Oxygen in the air too make it blow??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18808660


No it doesn't.
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Well, it might if you lit it
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Did you read the story posted the other day about the man made vortex in 1980 when they were drilling in the lake above the salt caverns 50 miles from the Sinkhole. You should. Amazing story that keeps getting buried and pushed down on the threads. Lake somthing or other. The story should have been pinned. I printed it off. Most amazing story I have ever read.
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This one, oh, same as above [link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
EEK!
The sinkhole grew 50' this morning and almost swallowed up 2 workers who were rescued by airboat. The boat the workers were in was swallowed up by the hole!

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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Edgar Cayce was right again!!!!

Reference US Navy Future MAP, madrid and middle US flooded from top to bottom.
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Time to get yourselves and the fam away if you are within 15-30 miles I would say...
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
So many threads on this, not sure where to post...

My latest:
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Re: Louisiana sinkhole: Butane well company's worst-case scenario required
Has anyway actually done a simulation of the damage that would occur should this blow..,I mean what would the range of the blast be?
 Quoting: Mulehound


If it lights up as is released some trillion BTUs in heat, if it spreads hundred of miles and then detonates thermobaricaly, 2,500 megatons of TNT all lower states will be reduced to dust.

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