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BAYOU CORNE Jan.26 FLYOVER - Not looking good there.

 
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Also - please check this link out -
[link to onwingsofcare.org]

Five weeks after our last update of December 24 on the Bayou Corne sinkhole, we are finding that things actually look a bit worse. The water levels seems higher, and the work efforts appear to have subsided. Equipment has been removed, and the homes to the west and northwest of the sinkhole look seriously unpopulated. The recent seismic activity has people and the government concerned, and evacuees cannot expect to be able to return to their homes or communities any time soon.

The following Google Earth maps of our flight track show the background as it looked long before this sinkhole developed (the image is stamped with "©2013 Google" but the Google image was not taken in 2013!). The blue line is our flight track; each photo is a progressively tighter zoom in. (rest of the article at link with lots of photos)


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This makes me think of the scene in the dark knight rises.

You know, when the stadium gives way.
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how many people have been evacuated?
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[link to www.youtube.com]


Also - please check this link out -
[link to onwingsofcare.org]

Five weeks after our last update of December 24 on the Bayou Corne sinkhole, we are finding that things actually look a bit worse. The water levels seems higher, and the work efforts appear to have subsided. Equipment has been removed, and the homes to the west and northwest of the sinkhole look seriously unpopulated. The recent seismic activity has people and the government concerned, and evacuees cannot expect to be able to return to their homes or communities any time soon.

The following Google Earth maps of our flight track show the background as it looked long before this sinkhole developed (the image is stamped with "©2013 Google" but the Google image was not taken in 2013!). The blue line is our flight track; each photo is a progressively tighter zoom in. (rest of the article at link with lots of photos)

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and here at 5am?
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
and here
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
and here???????
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

so it was close to here
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

what is going on down there at 5am on a sat morning?
it would be very dark at that hour!
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this was from the 4.1 quake in texas...
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

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Are there any 'before' pictures taken.
I don't know what it is supposed to look like.

It looks like a bayou. A lot of salt water incursion.

But, let me tell you, where I live, there are acres and acres of salt water incursion on the East Coast.
Dead gray trees just like that where it was formerly high ground.
No salt domes needed.
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Are there any 'before' pictures taken.
I don't know what it is supposed to look like.

It looks like a bayou. A lot of salt water incursion.

But, let me tell you, where I live, there are acres and acres of salt water incursion on the East Coast.
Dead gray trees just like that where it was formerly high ground.
No salt domes needed.
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been following this from last aug.
there are oil slicks there now and large areas of bubbles.
they keep having to back everything up.

now color in winter yes it looses the green and turns brown.
we will have to wait til spring to see what kind of die off has happened.
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Are there any 'before' pictures taken.
I don't know what it is supposed to look like.

It looks like a bayou. A lot of salt water incursion.

But, let me tell you, where I live, there are acres and acres of salt water incursion on the East Coast.
Dead gray trees just like that where it was formerly high ground.
No salt domes needed.
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[link to www.google.com]


Aug 16... That place is done.
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Are there any 'before' pictures taken.
I don't know what it is supposed to look like.

It looks like a bayou. A lot of salt water incursion.

But, let me tell you, where I live, there are acres and acres of salt water incursion on the East Coast.
Dead gray trees just like that where it was formerly high ground.
No salt domes needed.
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Here you go.

[link to thesinkhole.org]
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Hey did you know Gods son is back, god being Zeus and his son Thor, or known as Thorium, the cleanest cheapest energy.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

That shall set people free, put it on tees, bumper stickers everywhere, demand it, dont believe the lies.
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Re: BAYOU CORNE Jan.26 FLYOVER - Not looking good there.
Thanks for the "before" pic and the history lesson.

Here's the problem I have with this flyover.
The camera is being very selective with the tight angles.
In order to form an opinion of this situation, I would need
to see where this extends to, where the high ground boundaries remain, and how close this is to any known
landmarks or cities.

Also, what other areas are experiencing high water in the area or salt water aquifers coming in underground.
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Thanks for the "before" pic and the history lesson.

Here's the problem I have with this flyover.
The camera is being very selective with the tight angles.
In order to form an opinion of this situation, I would need
to see where this extends to, where the high ground boundaries remain, and how close this is to any known
landmarks or cities.

Also, what other areas are experiencing high water in the area or salt water aquifers coming in underground.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838

there are many threads on GLP about this.
some have been updating from last Aug.
you can follow what has been going on down there.

this is not good and by no means is it getting better.
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
here is a starting point.
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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Re: BAYOU CORNE Jan.26 FLYOVER - Not looking good there.
Thanks for the "before" pic and the history lesson.

Here's the problem I have with this flyover.
The camera is being very selective with the tight angles.
In order to form an opinion of this situation, I would need
to see where this extends to, where the high ground boundaries remain, and how close this is to any known
landmarks or cities.

Also, what other areas are experiencing high water in the area or salt water aquifers coming in underground.
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You can try to shill all you want man, that thing popped up and grew to what it was today in under 6 mo.

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here is a starting point.
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Thanks for the "before" pic and the history lesson.

Here's the problem I have with this flyover.
The camera is being very selective with the tight angles.
In order to form an opinion of this situation, I would need
to see where this extends to, where the high ground boundaries remain, and how close this is to any known
landmarks or cities.

Also, what other areas are experiencing high water in the area or salt water aquifers coming in underground.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838


Hey AC - You should maybe take a look through the links that the other posters have been kind enough to provide. Everything you're looking for is not hard to find.
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a big hole with lots or rain over the past few weeks...

and......

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a big hole with lots or rain over the past few weeks...

and......

yoda
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good luck with that viewpoint.

here is a good quote from the DHS person in charge...given last Monday.

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When the sink hole burped, it sent crude oil and debris into the air. The director of the Assumption Parish Homeland Security said instead of more drilling and clean up, they're going to do more scientific testing.

this is from the article...
[link to www.wwl.com]
enough said!
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so what did they do after the DHS said more testing needs to be done....
they just decided to bring in heavy equipment and build an access road there???????
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Everything everybody thought they knew about the Louisiana Sinkhole changed with the latest ‘Belch’ event on January 19th, 2013, for the geology that existed prior, no longer exists.

This is a whole new animal we are now dealing with. With an overburden of water, the combination of the ‘thumper trucks’ performing a Vertical Seismic Profile (VSP) for the five days prior, and then Friday the ‘T-Rex’ Tri-Axial set off a chain of events, that has moved around the rock structures, and allowed new migration zones for the formation gas, and even the bedded gas from the salt edge, (whatever is left of it at the top), and that the prior VSP readings are now completely useless.


If ‘Officials’ had backed off when they noticed the seismic events, and the casing pressure rising at the Oxy 3A OBW to over 923 psig, then the event would have settled within days. Instead they kept it up, then proceeded to finish it off with the T-Rex tri-axial array, and render any and all readings taken to date useless.

Nothing is the same underneath this disaster area as it was. If this had been performed in September, then this whole situation may have been mitigated by now.



“Hoffpauir, a technical staff associate with the University of Texas’ Geotechnical Engineering Program, said the diesel-powered T-Rex, which has 6-feet tall wheels, can send seismic waves into the ground in three dimensions, or tri-axially, from a central vibrating plate.

“It’s the only one in the United States” that can do that, Hoffpauir said.”

And;

“The waves started at a low frequency and quickly picked up speed, sounding something like a car engine revving from low to high revolutions. From behind the well, mild vibrations could be felt in the earth at the lowest frequencies but they dissipated at the highest frequencies.”

[link to theadvocate.com]

That is precisely how you set up resonance, and this after, five days of;
“A less versatile type of vibroseis truck, called a thumper truck, was used recently, Texas Brine officials said.”

“Texas Brine plans to do the most intensive seismic testing of all, 3-D seismic tests across a swath of the Bayou Corne area next month.

Expected to deliver a picture 7,000 feet deep, these tests may show whether any feared voids exist underground and the location of oil and gas traps.”

What form of 3-D testing or with what tools is not being disclosed at this time.

As this author reported on various websites on January 20, 2013;

Well venting gas is beyond belief in its surge! Low Pressure, high volume.

[link to DON'T_USE_THIS.com]

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

Great pictures of the damages at Well Pad 3, and they are plugging and Abandoning MRAA#3. That’s the aquifer vent and monitoring well close to Oxy 3.

This is ORW 12

[link to DON'T_USE_THIS.com]

OXY 3 Well Pad is royally screwed.

[link to DON'T_USE_THIS.com]

This also means there was extensive rock and possibly salt movement during this ‘belch’. It’s found a new path for the gas to migrate. Lots of rocks have shifted and changed position. This is not good news for the Crosstex Cavern 2.

For the rest of this story, please visit:
[link to freedomrox.wordpress.com]
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Everything everybody thought they knew about the Louisiana Sinkhole changed with the latest ‘Belch’ event on January 19th, 2013, for the geology that existed prior, no longer exists.

This is a whole new animal we are now dealing with. With an overburden of water, the combination of the ‘thumper trucks’ performing a Vertical Seismic Profile (VSP) for the five days prior, and then Friday the ‘T-Rex’ Tri-Axial set off a chain of events, that has moved around the rock structures, and allowed new migration zones for the formation gas, and even the bedded gas from the salt edge, (whatever is left of it at the top), and that the prior VSP readings are now completely useless.


If ‘Officials’ had backed off when they noticed the seismic events, and the casing pressure rising at the Oxy 3A OBW to over 923 psig, then the event would have settled within days. Instead they kept it up, then proceeded to finish it off with the T-Rex tri-axial array, and render any and all readings taken to date useless.

Nothing is the same underneath this disaster area as it was. If this had been performed in September, then this whole situation may have been mitigated by now.



“Hoffpauir, a technical staff associate with the University of Texas’ Geotechnical Engineering Program, said the diesel-powered T-Rex, which has 6-feet tall wheels, can send seismic waves into the ground in three dimensions, or tri-axially, from a central vibrating plate.

“It’s the only one in the United States” that can do that, Hoffpauir said.”

And;

“The waves started at a low frequency and quickly picked up speed, sounding something like a car engine revving from low to high revolutions. From behind the well, mild vibrations could be felt in the earth at the lowest frequencies but they dissipated at the highest frequencies.”

[link to theadvocate.com]

That is precisely how you set up resonance, and this after, five days of;
“A less versatile type of vibroseis truck, called a thumper truck, was used recently, Texas Brine officials said.”

“Texas Brine plans to do the most intensive seismic testing of all, 3-D seismic tests across a swath of the Bayou Corne area next month.

Expected to deliver a picture 7,000 feet deep, these tests may show whether any feared voids exist underground and the location of oil and gas traps.”

What form of 3-D testing or with what tools is not being disclosed at this time.

As this author reported on various websites on January 20, 2013;

Well venting gas is beyond belief in its surge! Low Pressure, high volume.

[link to DON'T_USE_THIS.com]

[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

Great pictures of the damages at Well Pad 3, and they are plugging and Abandoning MRAA#3. That’s the aquifer vent and monitoring well close to Oxy 3.

This is ORW 12

[link to DON'T_USE_THIS.com]

OXY 3 Well Pad is royally screwed.

[link to DON'T_USE_THIS.com]

This also means there was extensive rock and possibly salt movement during this ‘belch’. It’s found a new path for the gas to migrate. Lots of rocks have shifted and changed position. This is not good news for the Crosstex Cavern 2.

For the rest of this story, please visit:
[link to freedomrox.wordpress.com]
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Thanks FREEDOMROX !!
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yes the article where the DHS in charge said time to back out said volumes....
this time the burp sent stuff into the air!

so why did they later that week start building yet another road there with HEAVY equipment just hours after that ..."burp"

Just look at the ceri monitor.....

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

ah
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form this thread
Thread: OMG! What Jst Happened @ The Bayou Corne Sinkhole!!??
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is this what would be called normal down there?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
or this?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

how about this????
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

playing with fire...me thinks!
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

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I just drove from Houston to Tampa and seriously thought about taking a detour to Assumption Parrish!
The latest fly over doesn't look good at all...

Muey no Bueno!!!
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is this what would be called normal down there?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
or this?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

how about this????
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

playing with fire...me thinks!
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
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Wow. Thank you for posting those pics ... "Safe Breathing Air" ???
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is this what would be called normal down there?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
or this?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

how about this????
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

playing with fire...me thinks!
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
 Quoting: psyoptics


Wow. Thank you for posting those pics ... "Safe Breathing Air" ???
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thought it needed to be seen!

that alone should have it's own thread.

i feel bad for the workers there.
methane gas...orderless and invisible.
can't see it or smell it...
breath it and you will die!
sinker air

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is this what would be called normal down there?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
or this?
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

how about this????
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]

playing with fire...me thinks!
[link to dnr.louisiana.gov]
 Quoting: psyoptics


Wow. Thank you for posting those pics ... "Safe Breathing Air" ???
 Quoting: amachiavellian

thought it needed to be seen!

that alone should have it's own thread.

i feel bad for the workers there.
methane gas...orderless and invisible.
can't see it or smell it...
breath it and you will die!
sinker air
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feel free to use that smilie!!!!
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