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"sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia..." I remembered exploding water test video of Corexit. WATCH:

 
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"sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia..." I remembered exploding water test video of Corexit. WATCH:



If gas spreads and mixes with air the explosion will be equivalent to 2500 megatons TNT ...


I Urge for intelligent people to call and insist they start ignighting the scaping gas so if a mayor collapse occurs the gas ignites as it goes out instead of spreading in a thermobaric explosive mix than can devastate all US lower states ...

Please overcome goverment stupidity get on the media and act now .... to mitigate this event ....

I can also provide technology to collapse the gas into itself to prevent thermobaric effect ..
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Ignite the sinkhole.
Seriously?

:doublefacepalm:
 Quoting: Halo2Alexis™


That future navy map makes perfect sense when you factor in these sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia / blue plague and it's rather doomtacular.
 Quoting: The Gallows


Because of the post by "The Gallows", it matters as the Corexit is actually explosive/flammable as can be seen in that news video.

I don't have much more of an opinion as I can't comprehend it. How can something combust(?) from a couple drops of Organic cleaning solvent?


**IMPORTANT PART FOR LAZY:**

When he added an organic solvent (as he did with all the previous samples) to that specific (PYREX glass) sample, almost instantaneously there was an explosion and it made quite the decent hole in the glass. His opinion, in presence of some kind of Methanol, Methane gas.

Was this "COMBUSTION" and not due to pressure building up?

It's a swamp area meaning that area is probably saturated with heavy deposits of this stuff as it get's filtered on to land. I would imagine the balls of Corexit and oil are sticky and don't move much when rained/flooded on.

There is a lot of Methane down there.
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Re: "sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia..." I remembered exploding water test video of Corexit. WATCH:
Should be noted how scary the comments are.

It's strange how the mind fights to hold on to something to refuse seeing something. "Proper experience done wrong" = Unreliable experiment and therefore should not be given ANY credit to.

Powerful bullying and attacking on the comments probably thumbs uped by the same person on different accounts to get his/her opinion noticed.

It's spooky in many ways.


"I don't find this experiment eye opening. For once there is nothing to compare these results with. and, a news station obviously tried to exploit this for media profit. Until the idea that the water is based on anything we can do Anything about this is all hogwash and fear propaganda. It's disgusting when people use fear for profit.

ChrisWatch 2 years ago 10" THUMBS UP!!!!
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Re: "sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia..." I remembered exploding water test video of Corexit. WATCH:
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Re: "sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia..." I remembered exploding water test video of Corexit. WATCH:
CRAP!

I knew it but I hate seeing that. I, like so many others in the southeast, spent lots of time growing up on those beaches.

God bless those in southern LA right now.
You m-m-m-muh-make me HAAA-PEEE.

Psalm 34:14 - Depart from evil, and do good; seek peace, and pursue it.

Romans 5:8 - But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
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Re: "sinkholes filled with billions of cubic feet of butane. Add in some Synthia..." I remembered exploding water test video of Corexit. WATCH:
CRAP!

I knew it but I hate seeing that. I, like so many others in the southeast, spent lots of time growing up on those beaches.

God bless those in southern LA right now.
 Quoting: Herman The Kid


It is quite the clusterfuck.

I am honestly in awe that this event came and went and everyone goes back to life. A dispersent was sprayed that had already been proven to kill or terminally impact people because of it with Valdez.

Now it's the same shit mixed in with a LIVING organism that eats carbon based matter...everything.

Drs won't go near this shit. They are afraid to tie the rampant increase if similar illnesses to BP.
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