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Hydrocarbons breaching sinkhole cavern bottom, oil 75% atop hole

 
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10/05/2012 02:12 AM
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Examiner and Enenews are bullshit sites. They exaggerate news to get people to click on their sites because no one can compete with the MSM. According to these 2 sites, I was supposed to already have cancer from Fukushima. I'm the healthiest I've ever been. It also wouldn't surprise me if these alternate web news sites were controlled by the MSM in order to make the news they report more reliable.
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You should go check the officially reports then. See what they have to say. Oh wait..you're not registered..are you a paid shill? [link to www.scribd.com] :p gotcha honey
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I write for the Examiner and it is one of the few places that you can read some real stuff instead of the Lamestream media. The person at the Examiner that has been covering this story has been working her butt off to bring you the facts. If not for her you would hear precious little truth about the sinkhole. Her name is Debra Dupre and she is a human rights activist also.
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10/05/2012 02:16 AM
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Maybe this is how the La bria tar pits got started.
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La Brea, you TWIT!
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Examiner and Enenews are bullshit sites. They exaggerate news to get people to click on their sites because no one can compete with the MSM. According to these 2 sites, I was supposed to already have cancer from Fukushima. I'm the healthiest I've ever been. It also wouldn't surprise me if these alternate web news sites were controlled by the MSM in order to make the news they report more reliable.
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You should go check the officially reports then. See what they have to say. Oh wait..you're not registered..are you a paid shill? [link to www.scribd.com] :p gotcha honey
 Quoting: NalloArt


I write for the Examiner and it is one of the few places that you can read some real stuff instead of the Lamestream media. The person at the Examiner that has been covering this story has been working her butt off to bring you the facts. If not for her you would hear precious little truth about the sinkhole. Her name is Debra Dupre and she is a human rights activist also.
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10/05/2012 02:32 AM
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Re: Hydrocarbons breaching sinkhole cavern bottom, oil 75% atop hole
don't forget, folks: the problem in all of Assumption Parish
is that there is a high pressure gas deposit deep down
in the crust strata that is leaking massive amount of
gas upwards to the surface. and, of course some of it
has collected in the sinkhole cavern; but, more importantly,
all of the ground in all of Assumption Parish is rapidly
becoming saturated with this gas, and soon will have nowhere
left to go except into the atmosphere....
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^ THIS

That's what the original post mentions . . . the analogy to the BP spill, but in the sinkhole case, the gas is escaping and CANNOT BE CAPPED.
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yes, the gas is coming up from a deposit deep in the
earth's crust, travels through fissures and cracks in
the rock strata. and certainly there is Nothing that
can be capped because it's everywhere in the ground.
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and, there is no analogy to the BP disaster. this is
a new fresh disaster unique unto itself. and, yes, its gonna be a Muthuh.
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Well, they just made that analogy in trying to get people to understand that some "spills" can be capped and slowed down or stopped . . . but not in this case. I think many don't understand gas vs. oil.

When you say it's going to be a Muthuh, what precisely do you think will happen?
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According to these 2 sites, I was supposed to already have cancer from Fukushima. I'm the healthiest I've ever been.
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Uh.. it can take years before Fuku cancer shows up.
lala
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That's a long time. Maybe we should try living our lives in between dooming.
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^ THIS

That's what the original post mentions . . . the analogy to the BP spill, but in the sinkhole case, the gas is escaping and CANNOT BE CAPPED.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23373564


yes, the gas is coming up from a deposit deep in the
earth's crust, travels through fissures and cracks in
the rock strata. and certainly there is Nothing that
can be capped because it's everywhere in the ground.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24857213


and, there is no analogy to the BP disaster. this is
a new fresh disaster unique unto itself. and, yes, its gonna be a Muthuh.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24857213


Well, they just made that analogy in trying to get people to understand that some "spills" can be capped and slowed down or stopped . . . but not in this case. I think many don't understand gas vs. oil.

When you say it's going to be a Muthuh, what precisely do you think will happen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23373564

well, i suppose that they could drill 50 relief wells
and hope that the damn gas deposit empties in 10 or 20 years.
but, what if this gargantuan gas deposit is deeper than
any technology can drill?

in that case the natural gas would just keep creeping and
creeping, making every area it saturated uninhabitable.
so, how much area will this "thing" saturate?
only all of Assumption Parish? all of Southern Louisiana
(including New Orleans)? just how far will this gas
permeate the ground and make entire areas uninhabitable?
(and to what extent will any of this gas collect into
huge clouds with the proper air-fuel mixture to make
it an explosion hazard?)....
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yes, the gas is coming up from a deposit deep in the
earth's crust, travels through fissures and cracks in
the rock strata. and certainly there is Nothing that
can be capped because it's everywhere in the ground.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24857213


and, there is no analogy to the BP disaster. this is
a new fresh disaster unique unto itself. and, yes, its gonna be a Muthuh.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24857213


Well, they just made that analogy in trying to get people to understand that some "spills" can be capped and slowed down or stopped . . . but not in this case. I think many don't understand gas vs. oil.

When you say it's going to be a Muthuh, what precisely do you think will happen?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23373564

well, i suppose that they could drill 50 relief wells
and hope that the damn gas deposit empties in 10 or 20 years.
but, what if this gargantuan gas deposit is deeper than
any technology can drill?

in that case the natural gas would just keep creeping and
creeping, making every area it saturated uninhabitable.
so, how much area will this "thing" saturate?
only all of Assumption Parish? all of Southern Louisiana
(including New Orleans)? just how far will this gas
permeate the ground and make entire areas uninhabitable?
(and to what extent will any of this gas collect into
huge clouds with the proper air-fuel mixture to make
it an explosion hazard?)....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24857213



bump
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