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BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole

 
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So is there a concern that the sinkhole and its corresponding gas beneath will explode or collapse?

If the folks living around the area are not safe, I'm all for using tax money to buy their land and get them the heck out of there.
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So is there a concern that the sinkhole and its corresponding gas beneath will explode or collapse?

If the folks living around the area are not safe, I'm all for using tax money to buy their land and get them the heck out of there.
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So is there a concern that the sinkhole and its corresponding gas beneath will explode or collapse?

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the answer is yes!

ENENEWS.COM has done a great job covering this story over the past few months

[link to enenews.com]
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Jindal's JOB is to find the money and EARN his endless welfare check. 5 months 3 weeks and counting means he intends to do nothing. Completely absurd.

This spreading sinkhole has really simple symptoms of dissolving salt and simple eroded mud steadily collapsing in on itself taking more land around it. Why is that hard to comprehend? Any pipes beneath just a twisted mess releasing more gas.
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Jindal's JOB is to find the money and EARN his endless welfare check. 5 months 3 weeks and counting means he intends to do nothing. Completely absurd.

This spreading sinkhole has really simple symptoms of dissolving salt and simple eroded mud steadily collapsing in on itself taking more land around it. Why is that hard to comprehend? Any pipes beneath just a twisted mess releasing more gas.
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thats nice......but this is natural gas from the earth....NOT pipes...
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Crude Oil + Methane + Hydrogen Sulfide = SCARY!

one strike of cloud to ground lightning in that area and BOOM!
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Jindal's JOB is to find the money and EARN his endless welfare check. 5 months 3 weeks and counting means he intends to do nothing. Completely absurd.

This spreading sinkhole has really simple symptoms of dissolving salt and simple eroded mud steadily collapsing in on itself taking more land around it. Why is that hard to comprehend? Any pipes beneath just a twisted mess releasing more gas.
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thats nice......but this is natural gas from the earth....NOT pipes...
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You don't know that for sure. Whichever, the land along with it's township is lost. Face it & get on with moving out.
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i remember 6 months ago saying this was going to happen.
there is a huge amount of methane-hydrate under the northern shore of the GOM. i said there would be gas issues the first time they leaked out in the name of the first drill hole as a vent....when they started drilling they called it an exploration well, then one time it was referred as a vent well i said this is about the gas!

well this just has not gone so well for the WELLS down there....so they say they need more wells....

go fix your leaking tire with a DRILL!
this is not going to end WELL!
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well said!
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Well well. That crazy little monkey Jindal is now the 'quiet governor' no gravitas implied.
In a fetal position in the corner of his closet, unable to force this company to cough up enough to buy out a few residents hostage to this ass leak?

See what happens, how it highlights just how dull and lacking an elected is (I was stunned after katrina he was actually reelected) and absolutely lost when being paged to do his job, which he assumed was all about TAKING just because he's BobbyBobbyBobby.
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Jindal wasn't the governor here during Katrina. That would be Blanco, who definitely didn't get re-elected.
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I've looked on the new vid posted today, and must be blind. I'm having trouble telling exactly where the new bubbling is. Old eyes, I guess. But I'd say that the strong bubbling, the strong seismic sctivity, and the steady growth of the sinkhole (compare that Oct photo to the newest fly-over!) is an indicator of things getting worse. If the new bubbling is closer to the butane caverns, that really is bad news!

I haven't seen any info lately on readings on the bottom depth of the TX Brine cavern. Last I saw said that the bottom had risen by another 30 feet, I believe. But that was a couple of months ago. Wonder if they've taken any further measurements! For those of you who haven't read the other threads about the sinkhole, it was determined that the bottom of the cavern is being deformed upward, probably due to the pressure of the immense methane/oil deposit under the salt dome. That methane is believed to be rising to the surface via cracks in the salt, and is now in the local aquifer.

Thanks for posting this info today, OP. Forgot to say that earlier!
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Latest bad news...

TV: Something alarming happening at sinkhole, major cracks in well pad — Official: “Additional cracking has occurred… it seems that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole” (VIDEO)


Snip:

John Boudreaux, Assumption OEP Director: There is additional cracking that has occurred on well pad 3, where there’s cracks that have developed on that pad. They are an inch wide and a ruler goes down 14 inches. It seems that that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole.

[link to enenews.com]
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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Uh Oh...

[link to www.wafb.com]

TV: Officials find “mother of all bubbles” near giant sinkhole — “The biggest pool they have seen yet” (PHOTO)

The new bubbling site is an estimated 3,000 feet away from residences and camps...

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


The residents of Bayou Corne Parish need to get together and request their government supply them all with Oxygen tanks. Oxygen tanks you say? Yes Oxygen Tanks. In the event an intense blow out occurs people are gonna be caught by surprise. The only thing that could possibly save you is Oxygen. You can survive for long distances as you try to escape away from source with a descent supply of Oxygen. That is the only thing that would prevent another Lake Nyos;

Lake Nyos is a crater lake in the Northwest Region of Cameroon, located about 315 km (196 mi) northwest of Yaoundé.[1] Nyos is a deep lake high on the flank of an inactive volcano in the Oku volcanic plain along the Cameroon line of volcanic activity. A volcanic dam impounds the lake waters.

A pocket of magma lies beneath the lake and leaks carbon dioxide (CO2) into the water, changing it into carbonic acid. Nyos is one of only three known exploding lakes to be saturated with carbon dioxide in this way, the others being Lake Monoun, 100 km (62 mi) away SSE, and Lake Kivu in Democratic Republic of Congo. On August 21, 1986, possibly as the result of a landslide, Lake Nyos suddenly emitted a large cloud of CO2, which suffocated 1,700 people and 3,500 livestock in nearby towns and villages.[2] Though not completely unprecedented, it was the first known large-scale asphyxiation caused by a natural event. To prevent a recurrence, a degassing tube that siphons water from the bottom layers of water to the top allowing the carbon dioxide to leak in safe quantities was installed in 2001, with two additional tubes being installed in 2011.


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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Louisianan is a low laying state, most if not all is at damn near sea level. It wouldn't be too hard for that gas to just blow out an spread at ground level very quickly. Natural Gas is heavy, it lingers at ground level.
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Uh Oh...

[link to www.wafb.com]

TV: Officials find “mother of all bubbles” near giant sinkhole — “The biggest pool they have seen yet” (PHOTO)

The new bubbling site is an estimated 3,000 feet away from residences and camps...

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


The residents of Bayou Corne Parish need to get together and request their government supply them all with Oxygen tanks. Oxygen tanks you say? Yes Oxygen Tanks. In the event an intense blow out occurs people are gonna be caught by surprise. The only thing that could possibly save you is Oxygen. You can survive for long distances as you try to escape away from source with a descent supply of Oxygen. That is the only thing that would prevent another Lake Nyos;

Lake Nyos is a crater lake in the Northwest Region of Cameroon, located about 315 km (196 mi) northwest of Yaoundé.[1] Nyos is a deep lake high on the flank of an inactive volcano in the Oku volcanic plain along the Cameroon line of volcanic activity. A volcanic dam impounds the lake waters.

A pocket of magma lies beneath the lake and leaks carbon dioxide (CO2) into the water, changing it into carbonic acid. Nyos is one of only three known exploding lakes to be saturated with carbon dioxide in this way, the others being Lake Monoun, 100 km (62 mi) away SSE, and Lake Kivu in Democratic Republic of Congo. On August 21, 1986, possibly as the result of a landslide, Lake Nyos suddenly emitted a large cloud of CO2, which suffocated 1,700 people and 3,500 livestock in nearby towns and villages.[2] Though not completely unprecedented, it was the first known large-scale asphyxiation caused by a natural event. To prevent a recurrence, a degassing tube that siphons water from the bottom layers of water to the top allowing the carbon dioxide to leak in safe quantities was installed in 2001, with two additional tubes being installed in 2011.


Link;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Louisianan is a low laying state, most if not all is at damn near sea level. It wouldn't be too hard for that gas to just blow out an spread at ground level very quickly. Natural Gas is heavy, it lingers at ground level.
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Can you imagine all that natural gas suddenly blowing out in the middle of the night while all are sleep?
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Latest bad news...

TV: Something alarming happening at sinkhole, major cracks in well pad — Official: “Additional cracking has occurred… it seems that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole” (VIDEO)


Snip:

John Boudreaux, Assumption OEP Director: There is additional cracking that has occurred on well pad 3, where there’s cracks that have developed on that pad. They are an inch wide and a ruler goes down 14 inches. It seems that that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole.

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


I linked that a few posts ago

are you reading your own threads or just posting in them?
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Can you imagine all that natural gas suddenly blowing out in the middle of the night while all are sleep?
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The squish potential is enormous!
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Latest bad news...

TV: Something alarming happening at sinkhole, major cracks in well pad — Official: “Additional cracking has occurred… it seems that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole” (VIDEO)


Snip:

John Boudreaux, Assumption OEP Director: There is additional cracking that has occurred on well pad 3, where there’s cracks that have developed on that pad. They are an inch wide and a ruler goes down 14 inches. It seems that that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole.

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


I linked that a few posts ago

are you reading your own threads or just posting in them?
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


EXCUSE ME! My aren't we grouchy today. :-)
It is well worth linking again.
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It's unbelievable how these companies are at thinking they are going to be able to patch this up! They need to evacuate all those people within a 50 mile radius, relocate them all. Abandon and restrict that area. The Napoleon salt dome is going to collapse. All that water entering it's pockets are melting all the salt. The cavern will loose it's integrity and collapse as a whole. It will become a huge lake.
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Latest bad news...

TV: Something alarming happening at sinkhole, major cracks in well pad — Official: “Additional cracking has occurred… it seems that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole” (VIDEO)


Snip:

John Boudreaux, Assumption OEP Director: There is additional cracking that has occurred on well pad 3, where there’s cracks that have developed on that pad. They are an inch wide and a ruler goes down 14 inches. It seems that that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole.

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


I linked that a few posts ago

are you reading your own threads or just posting in them?
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


EXCUSE ME! My aren't we grouchy today. :-)
It is well worth linking again.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Indeed it is. This is a very real situation and it needs extensive review by all in America. We all need to focus our attention to Texas Brine Inc.
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Can you imagine all that natural gas suddenly blowing out in the middle of the night while all are sleep?
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The squish potential is enormous!
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Lake Noys is all I have to say.
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Uh Oh...

[link to www.wafb.com]

TV: Officials find “mother of all bubbles” near giant sinkhole — “The biggest pool they have seen yet” (PHOTO)

The new bubbling site is an estimated 3,000 feet away from residences and camps...

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


The residents of Bayou Corne Parish need to get together and request their government supply them all with Oxygen tanks. Oxygen tanks you say? Yes Oxygen Tanks. In the event an intense blow out occurs people are gonna be caught by surprise. The only thing that could possibly save you is Oxygen. You can survive for long distances as you try to escape away from source with a descent supply of Oxygen. That is the only thing that would prevent another Lake Nyos;

Lake Nyos is a crater lake in the Northwest Region of Cameroon, located about 315 km (196 mi) northwest of Yaoundé.[1] Nyos is a deep lake high on the flank of an inactive volcano in the Oku volcanic plain along the Cameroon line of volcanic activity. A volcanic dam impounds the lake waters.

A pocket of magma lies beneath the lake and leaks carbon dioxide (CO2) into the water, changing it into carbonic acid. Nyos is one of only three known exploding lakes to be saturated with carbon dioxide in this way, the others being Lake Monoun, 100 km (62 mi) away SSE, and Lake Kivu in Democratic Republic of Congo. On August 21, 1986, possibly as the result of a landslide, Lake Nyos suddenly emitted a large cloud of CO2, which suffocated 1,700 people and 3,500 livestock in nearby towns and villages.[2] Though not completely unprecedented, it was the first known large-scale asphyxiation caused by a natural event. To prevent a recurrence, a degassing tube that siphons water from the bottom layers of water to the top allowing the carbon dioxide to leak in safe quantities was installed in 2001, with two additional tubes being installed in 2011.


Link;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Louisianan is a low laying state, most if not all is at damn near sea level. It wouldn't be too hard for that gas to just blow out an spread at ground level very quickly. Natural Gas is heavy, it lingers at ground level.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


What are you gonna wait for? The day your all just dead? I would say it be too late then. Wouldn't you?
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Yes, El Q it would be too late then, but unfortunately, most people in Louisiana are piss poor and can't just up and take off. Most have no where to go except to, dare I say it? FEMA Camps?
This is a no win situation.
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Latest bad news...

TV: Something alarming happening at sinkhole, major cracks in well pad — Official: “Additional cracking has occurred… it seems that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole” (VIDEO)


Snip:

John Boudreaux, Assumption OEP Director: There is additional cracking that has occurred on well pad 3, where there’s cracks that have developed on that pad. They are an inch wide and a ruler goes down 14 inches. It seems that that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole.

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


I linked that a few posts ago

are you reading your own threads or just posting in them?
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


EXCUSE ME! My aren't we grouchy today. :-)
It is well worth linking again.
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Sorry...I'm out of weed... I'm an a hole without it....

I sent you good karma to make up for my inexcusable behavior....

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Can you imagine all that natural gas suddenly blowing out in the middle of the night while all are sleep?
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The squish potential is enormous!
 Quoting: BRIEF


Lake Noys is all I have to say.
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I think you mean "Lake Peigneur"

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i remember 6 months ago saying this was going to happen.
there is a huge amount of methane-hydrate under the northern shore of the GOM. i said there would be gas issues the first time they leaked out in the name of the first drill hole as a vent....when they started drilling they called it an exploration well, then one time it was referred as a vent well i said this is about the gas!

well this just has not gone so well for the WELLS down there....so they say they need more wells....

go fix your leaking tire with a DRILL!
this is not going to end WELL!
 Quoting: psyoptics


well said!
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


Well well. That crazy little monkey Jindal is now the 'quiet governor' no gravitas implied.
In a fetal position in the corner of his closet, unable to force this company to cough up enough to buy out a few residents hostage to this ass leak?

See what happens, how it highlights just how dull and lacking an elected is (I was stunned after katrina he was actually reelected) and absolutely lost when being paged to do his job, which he assumed was all about TAKING just because he's BobbyBobbyBobby.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16213681


Jindal wasn't the governor here during Katrina. That would be Blanco, who definitely didn't get re-elected.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Thanks for reminding some people that Katrina issues should and still is on Blanco and Nagin. I'm wondering when some Kool-Aid drinker on here is gong to blame Bush too!
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What are you gonna wait for? The day your all just dead? I would say it be too late then. Wouldn't you?
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Yes, El Q it would be too late then, but unfortunately, most people in Louisiana are piss poor and can't just up and take off.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


not only that but most of that land has been owned by those families for many generations...

insurance doesnt cover sink holes...

they literally have no choice but to stay until someone steps in to help...
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And what is most sad is the fact that most people don't know about or just know that there is a sinkhole and not the seriousness of the situation.
The media has been virtually silent. Thank goodness for ENE and Extinction Protocol and Debra Dupre or there would be nothing coming out.
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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Latest bad news...

TV: Something alarming happening at sinkhole, major cracks in well pad — Official: “Additional cracking has occurred… it seems that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole” (VIDEO)


Snip:

John Boudreaux, Assumption OEP Director: There is additional cracking that has occurred on well pad 3, where there’s cracks that have developed on that pad. They are an inch wide and a ruler goes down 14 inches. It seems that that land is sloughing in towards the sinkhole.

[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


I linked that a few posts ago

are you reading your own threads or just posting in them?
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


EXCUSE ME! My aren't we grouchy today. :-)
It is well worth linking again.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Sorry...I'm out of weed... I'm an a hole without it....

I sent you good karma to make up for my inexcusable behavior....
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


Your apology is gratefully accepted and thank you for the karma.
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And what is most sad is the fact that most people don't know about or just know that there is a sinkhole and not the seriousness of the situation.
The media has been virtually silent. Thank goodness for ENE and Extinction Protocol and Debra Dupre or there would be nothing coming out.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


somewhat true....

everyone who lives in the area is well aware of the real dangers involved.... they have been holding town and county meetings for 6 months now to inform the residents...

its everyone else in America who has no clue of the situation down there....
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well said!
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


Well well. That crazy little monkey Jindal is now the 'quiet governor' no gravitas implied.
In a fetal position in the corner of his closet, unable to force this company to cough up enough to buy out a few residents hostage to this ass leak?

See what happens, how it highlights just how dull and lacking an elected is (I was stunned after katrina he was actually reelected) and absolutely lost when being paged to do his job, which he assumed was all about TAKING just because he's BobbyBobbyBobby.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16213681


Jindal wasn't the governor here during Katrina. That would be Blanco, who definitely didn't get re-elected.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Thanks for reminding some people that Katrina issues should and still is on Blanco and Nagin. I'm wondering when some Kool-Aid drinker on here is gong to blame Bush too!
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Off topic, but since you mentioned Nagin...he has been convicted of a bunch of counts of corruption, etc. Hope he does time.
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And what is most sad is the fact that most people don't know about or just know that there is a sinkhole and not the seriousness of the situation.
The media has been virtually silent. Thank goodness for ENE and Extinction Protocol and Debra Dupre or there would be nothing coming out.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


somewhat true....

everyone who lives in the area is well aware of the real dangers involved.... they have been holding town and county meetings for 6 months now to inform the residents...

its everyone else in America who has no clue of the situation down there....
 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


Exactly, the whole of South Louisiana is at risk from this and no MSM reporting.
Few realize that this could trigger the New Madrid Fault. El Q knows about that situation.
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So is there a concern that the sinkhole and its corresponding gas beneath will explode or collapse?

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the answer is yes!

ENENEWS.COM has done a great job covering this story over the past few months

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 Quoting: Dr. Charles Norris


Cool,..thanks for the link.

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