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SINKHOLE DOOM: Salt Dome Failure has been CONFIRMED!

 
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Hoe
Has anyone thought about dumping Corexit on it yet?
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rofl
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How about we shove some golf balls and cut up tires down there to plug it. We could use hair to soak up the gas.
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I thought grandmas biscuits .
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why can't they just drill a big hole and just let all of
the gas come out?
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have to wonder why louisiana is getting fucked over left and right

is it because someone doesn't like them, or is it that they have a culture of corruption and looking the other way that's catching up to them?
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Location, location, location AND a very self-sufficient and hard to monitor populace in the bayous.
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that does make sense
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Texas Brine is saying eq tremors caused the cave in to avoid liability.
I'll bet the tremors were actually caused by the walls of the sinkhole sloughing off from gas & all that federally protected crap dumped in there undoing whatever integrity it had.

Just their way of sayin they don't plan to pay evacuees or compensate their losses, or even clean up.
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PEOPLE from that area you really should considering signing Dutchsinse's White House Petition for Federal Help:

Video here:



Petition here:

[link to petitions.whitehouse.gov (secure)]


Spread the word......
 Quoting: pray_Italy


..word from the WH, any disasters involving corporations hit the ignore button.
You won't see Red Cross either.

People down there could amass 250,000 signatures above the req'd 25,000 it won't make any difference.
Looks like we haven't learned a thing from the BP or Fukushima disasters.
You'll see people not allowed to return to their homes b/c anywhere toxins land is their property.
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Texas Brine is saying eq tremors caused the cave in to avoid liability.
I'll bet the tremors were actually caused by the walls of the sinkhole sloughing off from gas & all that federally protected crap dumped in there undoing whatever integrity it had.

Just their way of sayin they don't plan to pay evacuees or compensate their losses, or even clean up.
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is the dept of interior or the corps of engineers doing anything? wtf
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Louisiana has screwed itself again. This is what they get for giving industry so many damn tax breaks. They get a SLAP in the face in return. It's like letting someone use your bathroom and they end up shitting all over your house. Then YOU have to clean it up. Argh..
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would be an interesting twist if lava started coming up from the sinkhole area since gas is being forced out from all over the place maybe it's becoming volcanically active again.

I did see a video about a extinct(supposedly)volcano in one of the states beside Louisiana. I think Alabama or Georgia I can't remember of hand, maybe someone who knows could chime in on this thought. 1dunno1
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I live in Mississippi. There is an extinct volcano in Jackson Mississippi. Is that the one you are talking about?
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Can somebody please explain whether:

-the dome's contents DISAPPEARED
-they settled on lower grounds
-they were never even there
-they evapourated
-they leaked into a nearby dome


Something's seems VERY fishy....


I don't know what the geology there is , but in fla peninsula and panhandle, the underlying rock is very porous limerock. Over here typically the sinks are formed from the interaction of water ( or lack of) and eroded limerock. Sandy soil, very porous overlying limerock, some areas along water will have wet sandy clay


So up down sideways through shifts and openings, cracks. A salt dome sounds like a plenty porous structure. I would assume on paper at least it has some durability since they have been allowed to store in it, but common sense does not always prevail.
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Can somebody please explain whether:

-the dome's contents DISAPPEARED
-they settled on lower grounds
-they were never even there
-they evapourated
-they leaked into a nearby dome


Something's seems VERY fishy....
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I don't know what the geology there is , but in fla peninsula and panhandle, the underlying rock is very porous limerock. Over here typically the sinks are formed from the interaction of water ( or lack of) and eroded limerock. Sandy soil, very porous overlying limerock, some areas along water will have wet sandy clay


So up down sideways through shifts and openings, cracks. A salt dome sounds like a plenty porous structure. I would assume on paper at least it has some durability since they have been allowed to store in it, but common sense does not always prevail.


no. the brine company pumped out hundreds of thousands of gallons of stuff, until they struck gas and bugged out.
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The Earthquake in Mexico seems to have changed the nature of the readings on the Helicorder??

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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The Earthquake in Mexico seems to have changed the nature of the readings on the Helicorder??

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: taniatarn


gasp
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Texas Brine is saying eq tremors caused the cave in to avoid liability.
I'll bet the tremors were actually caused by the walls of the sinkhole sloughing off from gas & all that federally protected crap dumped in there undoing whatever integrity it had.

Just their way of sayin they don't plan to pay evacuees or compensate their losses, or even clean up.
 Quoting: DawaSatso


is the dept of interior or the corps of engineers doing anything? wtf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24425757


Sorry, I'm probably not the one to ask. My cynicism runs deeper than any sinkhole.

Dept of Interior and corps of engineers stay away from corporate 'property' as I understand it.
Tx Brine & other owners will shake marachas, look busy while the situation deteriorates, slap on a bandaid here and there and walk away.

Re the corp of engineers doings last spring diverting dams and this year's shockingly low dispersal of mississippi river water this year leaves unanswered questions as to why the northern runoff didn't make it all the way down this year. Who's got the water, or is it just nasty ol me.
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"At 10:00 a.m. on October 22, 1964, the United States government detonated an underground nuclear device in Lamar County, in south Mississippi."

[link to mshistory.k12.ms.us]
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The Earthquake in Mexico seems to have changed the nature of the readings on the Helicorder??

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: taniatarn


gasp
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i know, right!

hello, any geologists here? look at that link please and explain wtf happened?

did they go harmonic or something?
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The Earthquake in Mexico seems to have changed the nature of the readings on the Helicorder??

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: taniatarn


gasp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24425757


hiding
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The Earthquake in Mexico seems to have changed the nature of the readings on the Helicorder??

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: taniatarn


gasp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24425757


i know, right!

hello, any geologists here? look at that link please and explain wtf happened?

did they go harmonic or something?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23593671


anyone?
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would be an interesting twist if lava started coming up from the sinkhole area since gas is being forced out from all over the place maybe it's becoming volcanically active again.

I did see a video about a extinct(supposedly)volcano in one of the states beside Louisiana. I think Alabama or Georgia I can't remember of hand, maybe someone who knows could chime in on this thought. 1dunno1
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I live in Mississippi. There is an extinct volcano in Jackson Mississippi. Is that the one you are talking about?
 Quoting: Miku


Yeah. It makes me wonder if magma is not on the move under the gulf states and pushing the gas out from miles down below the salt cavern area (path of lest resistance).
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bump
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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The Earthquake in Mexico seems to have changed the nature of the readings on the Helicorder??

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: taniatarn


gasp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24425757


hiding
 Quoting: taniatarn


Phew...looking a bit more normal again- but that definitely did something to the area....
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Is there any tidal effect on the sinkhole surface? Does it rise and fall at all?
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Is there any tidal effect on the sinkhole surface? Does it rise and fall at all?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18344963


that's the feeling i got from the chart
like the earth suddenly went from jolting to rolling
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Is there any tidal effect on the sinkhole surface? Does it rise and fall at all?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18344963


that's the feeling i got from the chart
like the earth suddenly went from jolting to rolling
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Yes...thats exactly what it looked like...
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when did they stop doing underground nuclear testing in this area?
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And again -


[link to www.youtube.com]

Does anyone know what may have been the original cause of this Sinkhole,was it Fracking?
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
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I can't wait for the news tomorrow. There was a meeting and I hope we will finally see the leaders in the community taking a stand. The locals officials IMO have been letting everyone else run the show. It is time for the mayor or sheriff to call the shots. Someone needs to protect the citizens and their interests.
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plz explain this shit better, and how it relates to us and the doom, and why should i know about this ?
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Does anyone know what may have been the original cause of this Sinkhole,was it Fracking?
 Quoting: Spittin'Cesium



see, that's what is interesting
on the assumption blog's new update it says the local officials and usgs are disputing claims by Texas Brine who says that their tests show the sinkhole was caused by the earthquakes
the local emergency officials and usgs question this and usgs says whatever happened in the cavern is what triggered the earthquakes, that the earthquakes are a result and not the cause

[link to assumptionla.wordpress.com]

Welsh said the amendment to the existing Declaration of Emergency and Directive came following Texas Brine’s unilateral declaration that its cavern had been breached due to regional seismic activity.

Texas Brine issued a statement late Monday night making the claim of a regional seismic cause for the cavern failure and citing U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) seismic analysis, without prior notice or consultation with state agencies, Assumption Parish officials or the Science Work Group created to support investigation of the sinkhole/slurry area and ongoing presence of natural gas in the ground water and surface water near the Bayou Corne community.

On Tuesday, USGS Senior Adviser for Earthquake and Geologic Hazards William Leith stated that USGS consensus is that the seismic activity detected in the area is a consequence of the cavern collapse, not the cause of the collapse and sinkhole/slurry area.
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"At 10:00 a.m. on October 22, 1964, the United States government detonated an underground nuclear device in Lamar County, in south Mississippi."

[link to mshistory.k12.ms.us]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24425757


i live in lamar county and theres 2 headed lizards running around here,also high cancer rate that is covered up
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plz explain this shit better, and how it relates to us and the doom, and why should i know about this ?
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Started months ago. Bubbles all over the bayou, houses shifting, and residents saying they were feeling tremors. August a sinkhole opens up. Sink hole gets bigger. Natural gas pipes (some 36" dia) are bending. Mandatory evacuation for residents and Texas Brine called in to see if their salt cavern failed. Drilling, sinkhole growing, tremors continue and more bayou bubbling. Then we get to today. Salt dome has failed. Texas Brine saying not my fault.

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