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

 
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Officials: Footage released of “very significant” bubbling site near giant sinkhole (VIDEO)

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Thread: Urgent video assignment for all sinkhole tards and fandango rangers out there!
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11 new bubble sites found in a row outside giant sinkhole — “Discovery has led to speculation it marks edge of suspected subsidence zone” (PHOTOS)

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 Quoting: Earth Cries


You've got mail EC

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You've got mail EC

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Check your mail, Dah.
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Re: BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole
I'm looking at this new photo of the "Mother of all Bubbles" area. Is the original sinkhole on that photo? I can't make sense of the location in relation to the original sinkhole. I think that's important. Can someone explain, or mark the photo?
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TV: New roadway being built to access giant sinkhole — ‘Containment berm’ around hole?

[link to enenews.com]

A berm???
How the heck is a berm supposed to stop the sloughing of the hole? It might hold back the water, but that, in itself, might not be such a good idea. More water, more weight on the cavern.
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I'm looking at this new photo of the "Mother of all Bubbles" area. Is the original sinkhole on that photo? I can't make sense of the location in relation to the original sinkhole. I think that's important. Can someone explain, or mark the photo?
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Could you link the photo, please?
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I heard Larry Silverstein say: "we're gonna wait 'til the Super 'BOWL'" before we "pull it".....It truly will be a super big bowl...
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elaborate, please
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I was just being facetious. Your familiar with his "pull it" comments post 9/11 right?
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TV: New roadway being built to access giant sinkhole — ‘Containment berm’ around hole?

[link to enenews.com]

A berm???
How the heck is a berm supposed to stop the sloughing of the hole? It might hold back the water, but that, in itself, might not be such a good idea. More water, more weight on the cavern.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Build a berm around the sinkhole and you have a shot at preventing additional water flowing into the sinkhole and they might be able to slow down the erosion. If they do this they may have a shot at cementing it off.
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Re: BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole
This is an older article from Dec, but well worth a read for those who haven't seen it.

Bayou Frack-Out: The Massive Oil and Gas Disaster You've Never Heard Of

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Re: BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole
On November 27, the sinkhole had a "burp," according to observers. Crude oil and woody debris rose to the surface, as water from a nearby swamp was seen flowing into the sinkhole. The "burp" roughly coincided with seismic activity recorded by the US Geological Survey.
The sinkhole continues to shift and settle, as do the fractured rocks below it, regularly causing tremors and micro-earthquakes observed by seismic monitors. Shaw Geologist Gary Hecox believes the sinkhole may increase in diameter, and observers have found that the depth of the sinkhole has decreased from 490 feet to 140 feet.
At a public meeting in mid-October, Hecox told evacuees that there is a considerable amount of subterranean material that has yet to be accounted for and may continue the frack out. At the time, the sinkhole measured 550 feet across, but Hecox calculated that it could grow to 1,500 feet across. When asked how many trees and living things could be killed by brine and oil leaking from the sinkhole, Hecox said he did not know.
The hole won't grow big enough to swallow the nearby neighborhood or state highway, Hecox said, but he continued to insist that the mandatory evacuation order is appropriate.


How do they know it won't grow big enough to swallow the neighborhood????

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Re: BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole
TV: New roadway being built to access giant sinkhole — ‘Containment berm’ around hole?

[link to enenews.com]

A berm???
How the heck is a berm supposed to stop the sloughing of the hole? It might hold back the water, but that, in itself, might not be such a good idea. More water, more weight on the cavern.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Build a berm around the sinkhole and you have a shot at preventing additional water flowing into the sinkhole and they might be able to slow down the erosion. If they do this they may have a shot at cementing it off.
 Quoting: DahToker

really????
this sink hole is attached to a salt dome and could go down thousands of feet.
it is now bigger then a round football field.
how much cement would they need to pour into this hole????

now the berm just might be there to hold back all the crude oil coming up, so it does not spread though out the whole area down there.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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I'm looking at this new photo of the "Mother of all Bubbles" area. Is the original sinkhole on that photo? I can't make sense of the location in relation to the original sinkhole. I think that's important. Can someone explain, or mark the photo?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26165384


Could you link the photo, please?
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Hope I'm not being dense or misunderstanding this.
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TV: New roadway being built to access giant sinkhole — ‘Containment berm’ around hole?

[link to enenews.com]

A berm???
How the heck is a berm supposed to stop the sloughing of the hole? It might hold back the water, but that, in itself, might not be such a good idea. More water, more weight on the cavern.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Build a berm around the sinkhole and you have a shot at preventing additional water flowing into the sinkhole and they might be able to slow down the erosion. If they do this they may have a shot at cementing it off.
 Quoting: DahToker

really????
this sink hole is attached to a salt dome and could go down thousands of feet.
it is now bigger then a round football field.
how much cement would they need to pour into this hole????

now the berm just might be there to hold back all the crude oil coming up, so it does not spread though out the whole area down there.
 Quoting: psyoptics


Something similar to this went down on the east coast of Canada a few years ago. I believe they pumped cement for well over a year to seal it up. It's not an easy fix. I'm trying to find a link.
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TV: New roadway being built to access giant sinkhole — ‘Containment berm’ around hole?

[link to enenews.com]

A berm???
How the heck is a berm supposed to stop the sloughing of the hole? It might hold back the water, but that, in itself, might not be such a good idea. More water, more weight on the cavern.
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Build a berm around the sinkhole and you have a shot at preventing additional water flowing into the sinkhole and they might be able to slow down the erosion. If they do this they may have a shot at cementing it off.
 Quoting: DahToker

really????
this sink hole is attached to a salt dome and could go down thousands of feet.
it is now bigger then a round football field.
how much cement would they need to pour into this hole????

now the berm just might be there to hold back all the crude oil coming up, so it does not spread though out the whole area down there.
 Quoting: psyoptics


Something similar to this went down on the east coast of Canada a few years ago. I believe they pumped cement for well over a year to seal it up. It's not an easy fix. I'm trying to find a link.
 Quoting: DahToker


canada has had many sinkholes, but i can not find any connected to any salt domes.
this salt domes are the game breaker....
they are way underground and can be thousands of feet deep from there. this La sinkhole is connected to that.
as they would be putting in the cement the salt dome can still dissolve away from the edge.
plus this whole issue might be cause from the dissociation of methane hydrate.
the heat for that much cement hardening would make this issue worse and if it was not an issue now it would surely be one after.

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what just happened down there??????
Thread: OMG! What Jst Happened @ The Bayou Corne Sinkhole!!?? (Page 4)
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Where is Earth Cries this morning?
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canada has had many sinkholes, but i can not find any connected to any salt domes.
this salt domes are the game breaker....
they are way underground and can be thousands of feet deep from there. this La sinkhole is connected to that.
as they would be putting in the cement the salt dome can still dissolve away from the edge.
plus this whole issue might be cause from the dissociation of methane hydrate.
the heat for that much cement hardening would make this issue worse and if it was not an issue now it would surely be one after.
 Quoting: psyoptics


I see what you're saying about the hydrates. I completely agree that this one is a game changer. They're writing the play book on the fly as far as I can tell with this one. I read somewhere that they think this could be a result of shallow simulations? ... I'm against the notion of shallow frac'ing and the more I read ... wow. Go deep or go home! I feel so bad for the folks down there right now.

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Re: BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole
I've been away today.

I'll check the news at 5PM to see if anything has happened. So far I find nothing.

Those readings could be from the seismic testing going on there.

Latest flyover.
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They have started building a new access road, too. So that is probably whats happening. I'll keep watching and post anything I see.
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Today’s flyovers of giant sinkhole released — Shows new access road being built on edge of subsidence zone? (VIDEOS)

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The helicorders have started to settle down now. They usually do around 6 or 7 PM because the workday is over.

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But, I have to say all that building activity on already unstable ground can't be good.
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Newspaper: Bubbling seen around new pad near giant sinkhole

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Re: BREAKING! “Mother of all bubbles” found near Bayou Corne Sinkhole
Question. As I understand it these caverns aren't inner connected or am I wrong here? I understand it's all part of the same geological formation but is there physical communication between caverns? Any geo's in the crowd?

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double post sorry.

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Can't post the link, but b4 it's news has an update.
Apparently no seismic activity since the 19th.
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Can't post the link, but b4 it's news has an update.
Apparently no seismic activity since the 19th.
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this is from this morning...
look at 5am???????
and here at 5am?
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and here
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
and here???????
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

so it was close to here
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what is going on down there at 5am on a sat morning?
it would be very dark at that hour!
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