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Title: 1:50 p.m. Recent Seismic Monitoring
Source: Assumption Parish Police Jury
Date: Nov 23, 2012
h/t Anonymous tip

Analysis from Itasca Group on recent seismic monitoring that can be posted to Assumption blog to give information to public on latest evaluation –

Dr. Will Pettitt, Principal Geophysicist at Itasca Consulting Group, has reviewed the seismic data recorded overnight on November 20/21. Long-period seismic tremors and micro-earthquakes have been observed, similar to those defined previously by Dr. Steve Horton of CERI/USGS, and recorded mainly on station LA08 closest to the sinkhole.
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Re: Gas and/or ‘fluid’ moving below giant Louisiana sinkhole suspected of causing new tremors
Considering this was already known months ago, by us here at least, why are they only telling everyone now.

As soon as they put the monitors in and they started picking up the long frequency tremors, we knew it was due to the movement of some sort of fluid. It is the type of tremor they look at for magma movement.

Don't worry I am not saying it is magma that's moving here, but what we know already, gas oil and all that water.

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Gas and fluid moving near my sinkhole are causing tremors this evening. My wife got dutch ovened twice now.
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Title: 1:50 p.m. Recent Seismic Monitoring
Source: Assumption Parish Police Jury
Date: Nov 23, 2012
h/t Anonymous tip

Analysis from Itasca Group on recent seismic monitoring that can be posted to Assumption blog to give information to public on latest evaluation –

Dr. Will Pettitt, Principal Geophysicist at Itasca Consulting Group, has reviewed the seismic data recorded overnight on November 20/21. Long-period seismic tremors and micro-earthquakes have been observed, similar to those defined previously by Dr. Steve Horton of CERI/USGS, and recorded mainly on station LA08 closest to the sinkhole.
[link to enenews.com]
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I have yet to find an answer to why the heli graph's are not very active at night but in the day they are very active.
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Gas and fluid moving near my sinkhole are causing tremors this evening. My wife got dutch ovened twice now.
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Cabbage?
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I have yet to find an answer to why the heli graph's are not very active at night but in the day they are very active.
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HEAT from the Sun is causing methane hydrates to boil during the day... building up tremendous pressure. Soon the entire area will ERUPT IN A GIGANTIC EXPLOSION. I'm talking 3 mile-wide hole over 4,000 feet deep.
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I KNOW what it is

SLIME!!! A RIVER OF SLIME!!!!

(The movietards should love this, did the Illuminati predict slime under the sinkhole?)



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Re: Gas and/or ‘fluid’ moving below giant Louisiana sinkhole suspected of causing new tremors
TM Here. Still no Information on percentage of Gas vs H2S on that relief well they closed off. Their not saying so its not looking good. If it had been low then they would have published the results.

There is a well leaking in the area nearby. A capped well and not the recent ones. Could be any number of wells in the area as they do alot of directional drilling. Thats where all this gas and H2S is coming from or rather started at. As the pressure built up in the area of the leak it could not handle the flow so its now taking the path of least resistance and coming up where it can, The Aquifer.

The whole area in and around the wells is becoming unstable. Highly unstable. They cannot fix this. In time the whole area will collaspe. Their is the potential for it too explode. You will then see fire coming up through the ground all over the place.

The field itself has a breach. This could be catastrophic.

Still need to know the numbers. Percentage of H2S gas.

That pressure in and around that field and in The Gulf has always been high historically. Thats why BP modified its blow out preventor which lead to the problems. They really should not be drilling there without better equipment and technology to handle the high pressures in that area.

Its in god hands now and will just get worse with time. If you live in and around that area you would be wise to concider getting out of there. God Bless.
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Thanks for the information OP. I agree, GLP already knew. What worries me is why are they admitting it now? how bad has it become? hiding
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Re: Gas and/or ‘fluid’ moving below giant Louisiana sinkhole suspected of causing new tremors
WHERE IS IT FLOWING TOO..THE AQUIFER?
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Thanks Op. This could be some of the real doom.
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WHERE IS IT FLOWING TOO..THE AQUIFER?
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Yes. Aquifer, lakes, streams, wells...everywhere. verysad
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Re: Gas and/or ‘fluid’ moving below giant Louisiana sinkhole suspected of causing new tremors
Considering this was already known months ago, by us here at least, why are they only telling everyone now.

As soon as they put the monitors in and they started picking up the long frequency tremors, we knew it was due to the movement of some sort of fluid. It is the type of tremor they look at for magma movement.

Don't worry I am not saying it is magma that's moving here, but what we know already, gas oil and all that water.
 Quoting: alexisj9


If it was magma,

explosionabombnuke

All that methane lol
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part 2: [link to youtu.be]
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Re: Gas and/or ‘fluid’ moving below giant Louisiana sinkhole suspected of causing new tremors
The people in the mandatory evacuation area are not receiving help, financially, to my knowledge, from the company/companies responsible.

There was a news story two nights ago, local (Louisiana) and someone was saying something to such effect.

BP was a big deal and was eventually forced to pony up at least something.... though when that blew we in the toxic air zone were offered ZERO to get out....
in fact... there were no mandatory evacuations called for...

I'm sure we got good an poisoned... still in the body no doubt.

If you want to help, rally to get attention to MAKE those responsible pay for relocation.

The local PTB saying, "really, you need to get out," without those responsible providing that mean$ of escape just boils down to those who don't have the buck$ to get out just sitting it out, praying, and hoping for the best.

That's the brass tacks, rubber meets the road reality of why people are in harm's way down here.

They're poor.
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Try to remember this:

Louisiana usually runs neck and neck with Mississippi for the title of poorest state in the union.
It goes back and forth year(s) to year(s), who receives that dubious distinction.

If you don't live down here you may not, "get it."

It's easy to tell people they need to get out.

The reality of what that entail$, and the means.... and for far too many that means the lack of mean$, would be very sobering for those looking on the outside if they should ever come down here and.... live here on the level that so many do.
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Really.

People make the best of it with positive mental attitudes and a certain lust for life.

But when you get down to it, it is what it is.

There is a bumper sticker that is seen from time to time.

"Louisiana. Third World and Proud Of It."

That is making the best of the situation.

Those stuck in Katrina did not have the means to get the hell out.

My wife and I... we had the means and got out.
Many did.

But those scenes of suffering you saw were of those who didn't.
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It really is like that down here.

Lots of people without the means to.... get the hell out.
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It really is like that down here.

Lots of people without the means to.... get the hell out.
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bump For importance!
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God! What a world we live in! The richest country in the world is allowing big business to kill its citizens without penalty to those big businesses... if one of the locals lit a fuse in a "Big Business", they would be arrested for vandalism yet, those same big businesses can sicken entire areas of the country, destroy lives and livelihoods, without penalty; they do it on purpose, and plan it down to the last well.
What the hell has happened to the America we grew up learning about... you know, the one that stands up for the underdog, the one who rides in and saves those that need saving, the one that offers equal opportunity to all? Was it all a mirage? Did that ever exist? Is there a remnant of that left? I cannot believe the people of the "Great United States" aren't standing up and marching on the white house enmass about this and other atrocities like the treatment of the Sandy and Katrina victims... Why are people just sitting by without raising their voices loud and clear? These are major atrocities… that affect thousands of people! This isn’t some little neighborhood problem!

Is this what the rest of the industrialized world has to look forward to?

If so, May God be with us, and with those who are already the victims of their own government.
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God! What a world we live in! The richest country in the world is allowing big business to kill its citizens without penalty to those big businesses... if one of the locals lit a fuse in a "Big Business", they would be arrested for vandalism yet, those same big businesses can sicken entire areas of the country, destroy lives and livelihoods, without penalty; they do it on purpose, and plan it down to the last well.
What the hell has happened to the America we grew up learning about... you know, the one that stands up for the underdog, the one who rides in and saves those that need saving, the one that offers equal opportunity to all? Was it all a mirage? Did that ever exist? Is there a remnant of that left? I cannot believe the people of the "Great United States" aren't standing up and marching on the white house enmass about this and other atrocities like the treatment of the Sandy and Katrina victims... Why are people just sitting by without raising their voices loud and clear? These are major atrocities… that affect thousands of people! This isn’t some little neighborhood problem!

Is this what the rest of the industrialized world has to look forward to?

If so, May God be with us, and with those who are already the victims of their own government.
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Between the brainwashing, the economic beat-down that has been decades long now, and the fear of death (ironic in that everybody dies anyway) I'd say....

The U.S. has been largely dismantled.

And yes... it was largely a mirage, though there was a short time when it appeared that the country just might live up to the best and higher principles espoused....

But that time passed, further degeneration occurred... and the pack of lies that always was, was taken out of the box and turned into constructing a house of cards... which house of cards is in a slow-motion collapse.
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part 2: [link to youtu.be]
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I wanted to give you karma for posting this video, but you aren't registered, so I'll post a smilie for you.
The video is VERY INFORMATIVE... and so on the mark for this thread.

Thanks for posting it.

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My2cents.. yw & no worries, truth comes with it's own karma. I do believe something has gone horribly wrong in LA & it's about to bite us all in the proverbial ass.. stay safe.
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part 2: [link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: ..|O_o|.. 10463447


I wanted to give you karma for posting this video, but you aren't registered, so I'll post a smilie for you.
The video is VERY INFORMATIVE... and so on the mark for this thread.

Thanks for posting it.

heart rock
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Gasland is one hell of an eye opener, I thought it was a pretty good myself. Holy crap what are they doing to the earth!
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TM Here. Still no Information on percentage of Gas vs H2S on that relief well they closed off. Their not saying so its not looking good. If it had been low then they would have published the results.

There is a well leaking in the area nearby. A capped well and not the recent ones. Could be any number of wells in the area as they do alot of directional drilling. Thats where all this gas and H2S is coming from or rather started at. As the pressure built up in the area of the leak it could not handle the flow so its now taking the path of least resistance and coming up where it can, The Aquifer.

The whole area in and around the wells is becoming unstable. Highly unstable. They cannot fix this. In time the whole area will collaspe. Their is the potential for it too explode. You will then see fire coming up through the ground all over the place.

The field itself has a breach. This could be catastrophic.

Still need to know the numbers. Percentage of H2S gas.

That pressure in and around that field and in The Gulf has always been high historically. Thats why BP modified its blow out preventor which lead to the problems. They really should not be drilling there without better equipment and technology to handle the high pressures in that area.

Its in god hands now and will just get worse with time. If you live in and around that area you would be wise to concider getting out of there. God Bless.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19989585


Thank you TM. What you write makes sense. This whole thing is a disaster ALREADY happening, not one waiting to occur.
The timetable is just long and hard to pin down.
Now is the time.
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