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Message Subject Massive Sinkhole Still Growing Ohio: 4 Football Fields Long, Shuts Down 8 Mile Stretch Of Road
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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here is a comment from a user on the news site


I think these sinkholes are caused by Beta Decay, a Low Energy Nuclear Reaction.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This is the bombardment of an atom by a dark matter particle and it is knocking apart the atoms in the Earth gradually. I believe many sinkholes are caused by a weakly interacting massive particle orbiting through the Earth in that spot and popping back out somewhere else on Earth in a Kepler 2-body closed string orbit. They may orbit for months. A neutrino is their little brother. The particle can weigh as much as 1x10e12 kg and trigger sonic booms and upsets in the sky when it first enters into orbit. Based on the news I believe it orbited into Earth on Monday.

I am a Chemical Engineer and I have been researching dark/collapsed matter for a year and a half. I believe these energetic particles are sent at Earth from the sun during a coronal mass ejection (CME) and/or solar flare. They can also trigger seismic activity and low pressure systems in the atmosphere.

It is all published on my blog @ darkmattersalot.com

If somebody lives in the area I would be interested for someone to check for ionizing radiation in the area of the sinkhole and also a magnetic pulse approx once every 20-40 seconds (its orbital signature). There is a good app for an IPhone called sensorscope that record x,y,z magnetic data. Also some weak seismic activity might be detectable with a seismograph

[link to www.tw-tex.com]

I am being very serious.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13199824


Did you bother to read the article?

"What happened was there's an actual sand and gravel operation that is 150 feet from the road and apparently they were dredging the sand in the afternoon," said ODOT District Deputy Director Lloyd MacAdams. "They started a rapid drawdown and it just continued to drawdown, drawdown."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 192998

aparently you believe all that MSM tells you.
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