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Local vids of tidal waves were posted here a couple months ago, so this is an ongoing situation.
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[link to www.flutrackers.com]

Krispy - I found this conceptual diagram of the Sinkhole, the Saltdome and the Texas Brine Cavern #3 (oxy 3).

best if you can enlarge diagram to see notations and numbers.
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I don't think the baby will show up today...tomorrow could really be it!

If not, then they are waiting for the after effects of this alignment...I don't know to be honest anymore.

Whatever happens...understand when the DAY OF CONCEPTION took place:

Hurricane Sandy, October 29th - Due Date...July 22nd

Halloween, - Due Date...July 24th


IT'S POSSIBLE THAT ANOTHER 'HURRICANE SANDY' TYPE EVENT WILL OCCUR THIS WEEK...OR WORSE!!







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Thread: The Royal Thread: Will, Kate & the FAM [WKG Three Week Royal Tour to New Zealand/Australia - April 7th-26th w/Itinerary] (Page 20)


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Lots o new activity at mysterious Louisiana sinkhole in Bayou Corne. Assumption Parish Police Jury blog reported abundant surface water movement and burp event in the center of the sinkhole starting early on July 19, 2013. Video bellow, released on the same day shows sudden water movement at sinkhole area with tidal wave characteristics.

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

The burp event on the surface of the sinkhole on July 14, 2013 occurred after debris and hydrocarbons located deep underground work their way upward and escape through the sinkhole into the atmosphere.
John Boudreaux, director of the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness stated the deepest part of the 22-acre sinkhole near the Bayou Corne Community is at least 500 feet (150 meters) deep. That is far more than previous estimated depth of 110 to 220 feet (35 to 70 meters) deep measured by Texas Brine. The most recent sonar test on June 7, 2013 found the depth of the sinkhole to be 140 feet (43 meters) deep. According to experts, the depths change because the sediment in the sinkhole is constantly shifting and changing.
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What exactly does burp event mean? I asked earlier on this thread but no one has answered. Just wanted to know, I know this can't be good but want to know what this means.
hf
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I think it's going to split just like the navy map shows. Planned by design.
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^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^This! & California falling off the map as well. It's not a matter if these will come to pass or not but only a matter of when.
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The residents of Bayou Corne are debating the tidal flow theory and calling this a burp. The tidal movement did happen during a burp so I can't debate them.

"Ok, so apparently there is a rumor circulating that the water movement in the video below is tidal flow, and is because the sinkhole is now connected to the ocean. This is completely false! The water movement was cause by the burp that was occurring while the video was being shot! A "burp" consists of debris possibly coming up, and water (+whatever else is on the surface at the time) going down."

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Lots o new activity at mysterious Louisiana sinkhole in Bayou Corne. Assumption Parish Police Jury blog reported abundant surface water movement and burp event in the center of the sinkhole starting early on July 19, 2013. Video bellow, released on the same day shows sudden water movement at sinkhole area with tidal wave characteristics.

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

The burp event on the surface of the sinkhole on July 14, 2013 occurred after debris and hydrocarbons located deep underground work their way upward and escape through the sinkhole into the atmosphere.
John Boudreaux, director of the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness stated the deepest part of the 22-acre sinkhole near the Bayou Corne Community is at least 500 feet (150 meters) deep. That is far more than previous estimated depth of 110 to 220 feet (35 to 70 meters) deep measured by Texas Brine. The most recent sonar test on June 7, 2013 found the depth of the sinkhole to be 140 feet (43 meters) deep. According to experts, the depths change because the sediment in the sinkhole is constantly shifting and changing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43718836


What exactly does burp event mean? I asked earlier on this thread but no one has answered. Just wanted to know, I know this can't be good but want to know what this means.
hf
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A burp event happens when gasses and debris come to the surface. It is usually preceded by increased seismic activity on the CERI earthquake charts. [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
Lots o new activity at mysterious Louisiana sinkhole in Bayou Corne. Assumption Parish Police Jury blog reported abundant surface water movement and burp event in the center of the sinkhole starting early on July 19, 2013. Video bellow, released on the same day shows sudden water movement at sinkhole area with tidal wave characteristics.

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

The burp event on the surface of the sinkhole on July 14, 2013 occurred after debris and hydrocarbons located deep underground work their way upward and escape through the sinkhole into the atmosphere.
John Boudreaux, director of the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness stated the deepest part of the 22-acre sinkhole near the Bayou Corne Community is at least 500 feet (150 meters) deep. That is far more than previous estimated depth of 110 to 220 feet (35 to 70 meters) deep measured by Texas Brine. The most recent sonar test on June 7, 2013 found the depth of the sinkhole to be 140 feet (43 meters) deep. According to experts, the depths change because the sediment in the sinkhole is constantly shifting and changing.
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What exactly does burp event mean? I asked earlier on this thread but no one has answered. Just wanted to know, I know this can't be good but want to know what this means.
hf
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A burp event happens when gasses and debris come to the surface. It is usually preceded by increased seismic activity on the CERI earthquake charts. [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: NOLAangel


Thank you very much for your definition and link.
I was on the right page with what I thought it was but not quite there. Again, thanks.
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Anyone else notice something hovering above the tree line? You have to watch in HD, It's there for the duration of the video.

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Anyone else notice something hovering above the tree line? You have to watch in HD, It's there for the duration of the video.


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Looks like something on the camera lens
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Anyone else notice something hovering above the tree line? You have to watch in HD, It's there for the duration of the video.


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Ghost ball...maybe something wrong with camera..I see it.
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That video was DISTURBING!!!
damned
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That is a way fucked situation preparing to happen!

This vid from BPEarthWatch is excellent and shows more clearly the dimensions of the problem we are facing. (about the 3min mark for sinkhole info)


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weirdo Bayou Corne barbecue!!

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Anyone else notice something hovering above the tree line? You have to watch in HD, It's there for the duration of the video.


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Ghost ball...maybe something wrong with camera..I see it.
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Actually I didn't notice the ghost ball, but I see it now. The object I am refering to is very close to the top of the trees across the water. It doesn't appear to be any kind of camera artifact. It can probably only be seen in full screen HD. It becomes clear at about the 30 sec mark.
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[link to www.flutrackers.com]

Krispy - I found this conceptual diagram of the Sinkhole, the Saltdome and the Texas Brine Cavern #3 (oxy 3).

best if you can enlarge diagram to see notations and numbers.
 Quoting: ancha


And if I'm not mistaken (correct me if I am wrong) but aren't there other domes right next to the one in the pic? I mean like one after the other?
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Do you all remember the BP gulf oil incident? This sink hole in LA is a planned result of that.

Also the future map of the area is a result of the planned BP oil rig explosion.

That oil rig blowing up in the Gulf of Mexico was a planned event in case you missed it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43581613


Yes, there are multiple threads here about that.

BP nuked a fault line.

The consequences of that are playing out, slowly . . . and no one knows for sure what it will lead to.

Ultimate goal may be division of USA, via New Madrid waterway.

TPTB would benefit greatly from a north/south waterway.
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You are an idiot. There is already a north/south waterway. It is called the Mississippi River.
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Do you all remember the BP gulf oil incident? This sink hole in LA is a planned result of that.

Also the future map of the area is a result of the planned BP oil rig explosion.

That oil rig blowing up in the Gulf of Mexico was a planned event in case you missed it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43581613


Yes, there are multiple threads here about that.

BP nuked a fault line.

The consequences of that are playing out, slowly . . . and no one knows for sure what it will lead to.

Ultimate goal may be division of USA, via New Madrid waterway.

TPTB would benefit greatly from a north/south waterway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43708164


You are an idiot. There is already a north/south waterway. It is called the Mississippi River.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1288758


Do you all remember the BP gulf oil incident? This sink hole in LA is a planned result of that.

Also the future map of the area is a result of the planned BP oil rig explosion.

That oil rig blowing up in the Gulf of Mexico was a planned event in case you missed it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43581613


Yes, there are multiple threads here about that.

BP nuked a fault line.

The consequences of that are playing out, slowly . . . and no one knows for sure what it will lead to.

Ultimate goal may be division of USA, via New Madrid waterway.

TPTB would benefit greatly from a north/south waterway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43708164


You are an idiot. There is already a north/south waterway. It is called the Mississippi River.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1288758


wink
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Obama will blame Bush for the sink hole
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
Do you all remember the BP gulf oil incident? This sink hole in LA is a planned result of that.

Also the future map of the area is a result of the planned BP oil rig explosion.

That oil rig blowing up in the Gulf of Mexico was a planned event in case you missed it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43581613


Yes, there are multiple threads here about that.

BP nuked a fault line.

The consequences of that are playing out, slowly . . . and no one knows for sure what it will lead to.

Ultimate goal may be division of USA, via New Madrid waterway.

TPTB would benefit greatly from a north/south waterway.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43708164


You are an idiot. There is already a north/south waterway. It is called the Mississippi River.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1288758


Please do your homework before making absurd and insulting remarks.

BP did nuke a fault line when the public was told they were trying to cap the well. A previously unknown fault line linking the Gulf up through Louisiana to the New Madrid zone was discovered by a retired engineer - that's been discussed often on this forum.

As has also been stated, TPTB would indeed benefit and prosper from a new waterway running from the GOM through the New Madrid region and turning to the northeast.
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I just checked out a lot of the new info that was posted. I live in Maryland. It seems pretty far from LA... but I also know that a long time ago there was quake on the New Madrid fault line. It was so powerful it was said to have caused church bells in Boston to ring.

Fast forward a 100 years or so until now. This will by no means be a "normal" quake. It actually has me scared. When this thing blows, and it will, it will be heard and probably seen coast to coast. I wouldn't be surprised if more takes place than just the country being ripped in half from north to south.

According to one map I saw, the Chesapeake Bay had grown, and swallowed parts of MD,VA, and PA. I'm going to empty my bank account and move out of here.
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2 lb weight ... 15 lbs of cable .. drop it in a 10' deep swimming pool and you'll watch 500' of cable spin off.
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2 lb weight ... 15 lbs of cable .. drop it in a 10' deep swimming pool and you'll watch 500' of cable spin off.

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Krispy - I found this conceptual diagram of the Sinkhole, the Saltdome and the Texas Brine Cavern #3 (oxy 3).

best if you can enlarge diagram to see notations and numbers.
 Quoting: ancha


And if I'm not mistaken (correct me if I am wrong) but aren't there other domes right next to the one in the pic? I mean like one after the other?
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Not sure what you mean. There are many salt domes in the general area.
Within this specific salt dome, there are three caverns, if that is what you refer to. One cavern, #3 is the problem cavern.
I'll try to find a diagram in the morning.

I think terms are confusing. There is the sinkhole, the saltdome, and caverns (storage caverns, various substances),
within the saltdome.

This specific saltdome was compromised by the drilling of OXY3/Texas Brine cavenr #3, as they placed the cavern incorrectly - too close to the edge of the side of the saltdome. The side of the saltdome is dissolving, the cavern nay be leaking and the rock around the saltdome, thought to be solid is also crumbling and disturbed. THis is how stuff, brine, gas, water, is coming up to further compromise /create the area of the sink hole.
This is my understanding. I could be incorrect.
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The residents of Bayou Corne are debating the tidal flow theory and calling this a burp. The tidal movement did happen during a burp so I can't debate them.

"Ok, so apparently there is a rumor circulating that the water movement in the video below is tidal flow, and is because the sinkhole is now connected to the ocean. This is completely false! The water movement was cause by the burp that was occurring while the video was being shot! A "burp" consists of debris possibly coming up, and water (+whatever else is on the surface at the time) going down."

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Thanks for sharing this,

but I dont think we are wrong,
there was clearly no burp-action in the vid, a burp would [imo] be an irregular more chaotic and less harmonious movement-pattern ... it would consist of rings of lighter water coming up and gas-bubbles ... If debris was falling from a side there would be a bigger wave from only that side and only a small wave-pattern back ... if debris was falling on multiple sides then wave-rings would have overlapped in the water which would die away after a chaotic peak-movement ...

NONE of the above was seen in the vid of this thread.

It was a harmonious pattern from one side to the other, like breathing, like very minor tides, a constant steady movement ...


Something in the back of my head tells me that "movement" could be important to 'control' the chemistry of the water ...
Water that stands still undergoes a specific chemistry and like in swamps gas and other vapors are released uncontrolled and sometimes in bulk by natural processes, unpredictable ...
BUT
if you have 'moving water' [even slightly or periodic] then you have a controlled and more gradual release of gasses ...
In a stirred glass there will be many little bubbles surfacing, but in a glass thats left alone there is a chance that gasses flock and surface in a big bubble specially if the water is heavy or saturated with oil(s) and salts, like the ocean that water consists of LAYERS of different consistency and viscosity. A bubble [LPG, methane, other gas...] would have to work its way to the surface.
IF a dispersing chemical like corexit or gas-eating bacteria would be INJECTED in the sinkhole-lake then the danger of such a great gas-bubble surfacing would be avoided.
The question is if these "injections" could also cause this regular harmonic wave-patterns, or that it is to "stir" the water, or to keep the environment "healthy" for the injected organisms ? Moving water creates a different MAGNETIC FIELD and thus PH then water that is not moving !


Just think about it ;)


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Lots o new activity at mysterious Louisiana sinkhole in Bayou Corne. Assumption Parish Police Jury blog reported abundant surface water movement and burp event in the center of the sinkhole starting early on July 19, 2013. Video bellow, released on the same day shows sudden water movement at sinkhole area with tidal wave characteristics.

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

The burp event on the surface of the sinkhole on July 14, 2013 occurred after debris and hydrocarbons located deep underground work their way upward and escape through the sinkhole into the atmosphere.
John Boudreaux, director of the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness stated the deepest part of the 22-acre sinkhole near the Bayou Corne Community is at least 500 feet (150 meters) deep. That is far more than previous estimated depth of 110 to 220 feet (35 to 70 meters) deep measured by Texas Brine. The most recent sonar test on June 7, 2013 found the depth of the sinkhole to be 140 feet (43 meters) deep. According to experts, the depths change because the sediment in the sinkhole is constantly shifting and changing.
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What exactly does burp event mean? I asked earlier on this thread but no one has answered. Just wanted to know, I know this can't be good but want to know what this means.
hf
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


A burp event happens when gasses and debris come to the surface. It is usually preceded by increased seismic activity on the CERI earthquake charts. [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: NOLAangel


The question is :
is that seismic activity NATURAL ?
Or INDUCED and man-made to achieve a goal ???????


;)


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Krispy - I found this conceptual diagram of the Sinkhole, the Saltdome and the Texas Brine Cavern #3 (oxy 3).

best if you can enlarge diagram to see notations and numbers.
 Quoting: ancha


And if I'm not mistaken (correct me if I am wrong) but aren't there other domes right next to the one in the pic? I mean like one after the other?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28913999


Not sure what you mean. There are many salt domes in the general area.
Within this specific salt dome, there are three caverns, if that is what you refer to. One cavern, #3 is the problem cavern.
I'll try to find a diagram in the morning.

I think terms are confusing. There is the sinkhole, the saltdome, and caverns (storage caverns, various substances),
within the saltdome.

This specific saltdome was compromised by the drilling of OXY3/Texas Brine cavenr #3, as they placed the cavern incorrectly - too close to the edge of the side of the saltdome. The side of the saltdome is dissolving, the cavern nay be leaking and the rock around the saltdome, thought to be solid is also crumbling and disturbed. THis is how stuff, brine, gas, water, is coming up to further compromise /create the area of the sink hole.
This is my understanding. I could be incorrect.
 Quoting: ancha


Many salt-DOMES in Louisiana :
[link to theadvocate.com]



Earlier model next to a new 3D model of the Salt-dome, sinkhole-lake and the cavern #3
[link to theadvocate.com]

Article talking about the actual size of it all (good read):
[link to theadvocate.com]


Interesting stuf on this site [link to www.flutrackers.com]

EMILY posted a map of the caverns and their old names :

Here's a dome map. I think the currently collapsing Oxy3 is the one I circled in red, and Oxy1 is the one I circled in purple:
(Hooker 6,7,8 got renamed to Vulcan 1,2,3 at some point...which is also called Oxy 1,2,3 now, I'm assuming)

[link to i1108.photobucket.com]
Source for the above map : [link to ucmwww.dnr.state.la.us]

Oxy3 is the westernmost brine well (BW) on the dome at the point that map was made, but in 1987 on page 33 in this document, Texas Brine says Hooker 6 was the only well in that westernmost area that had encountered an 'anomaly' - shale. (There is more on that on page 75.)

That doesn't agree with the 1997 article by Sandia scientists, since Hooker 6 is a little east of Hooker 8, (a.k.a. Vulcan/Oxy3). So I'm still unsure about which of those two caverns had some sort of incident prior to 1997.

Oxy3/Hooker8 was mined after Oxy1/Hooker6
 Quoting: Emily



That ANOMALY & Oxy #3 :
[link to freedomrox.wordpress.com]
This Well is currently undergoing a workover and was found to have an anomaly in the casing at 670 ft. This is just below the caprock where it enters the salt. Any anomoly could be indicative of salt rock movement, yet no details of this anomoly has been forthcoming. The flat bottom shown is the shale/salt rock, and the dogleg is the Cementing job. Texas Brine could find the money for cementing both these shallow and potentially dangerously hollow spaces on the edge and one definitely sitting upon the Shale, yet could not spare a dime to cement the bottom of Oxy #3, since it was no longer useful to their interests.


An answer commes from Freedomrox:

I believe I can answer your questions about Hooker #6, Oxy #1. Back in 1987Texas Brine sought to expand the solution mined cavern for larger storage capacity, but failed. They went down to 3000 ft. approximately, and hit shale rock. They then plugged off and cemented the bottom and proceeded to brine the cavern outwards more towards the top. This is the most deformed and shallowest of caverns as shown by the 1993 SONAR survey.

[link to ucmwww.dnr.state.la.us]

As for the 1997 paper, this speaks of Oxy 3, as is shown by coordinates of it being the westernmost cavern in the Salt Dome. The last 500 ft. at the time, showed the straight line deformation of where the cavern had been miscalculated and was now resting upon the shale sheath, which is all that held containment at the time.

SONAR Survey and VSP shown at my blog.
[link to freedomrox.wordpress.com]

What was not taken into account was two-fold, first they did not take into account the effects of drawdowns, as this would widen the area against the sheath that was bereft of salt. This finally left about the deepest 1000 ft. (4500-5500 ft.) of the cavern and the contents and pressures sitting on the actual shale sheath itself from the inside.

The second thing not taken into consideration was that salt creeps. When a cavern is filled it is under pressure, plus the weight of the overburden, and when it is drawndown then the salt creeps back in with the difference in temps and pressures. In a very real way, it can be stated a salt cavern functions similar to a lung. This is due to the plasticity of salt rock. Shale has no such elasticity. It can only take so much in the way of pressure, and then it fractures.

Now, add to this that Big Hum, Marg Vag and all the oil and gas and water formation sands were pressing from the outside of the Salt Dome and pinching up against the very same shale sheath that was dealing with the cavern pressures in almost the exact same spots but from opposing sides. When this shale sheath finally fractured, it was a mighty geologic explosion 4500-5500 ft. down. Enough of one to fracture the shale and other materials all the way to the surface.

Every bit of this was known by LDNR and Texas Brine long before the mill out that failed the MIT test, and they Plugged and Abandoned Oxy #3. If they had drawndown the cavern one last time and Cemented the bottom 1000 ft.. then pumped back the brine and P&A'd the cavern, then this probably would not have ever happened. Due to the costs, they chose not to. LDNR knew this as well, even about the oil sands pressing against the shale sheath and cavern, due to their accessibility to Golden Gate's proprietary 3-D 2007 survey, that no one else has been allowed to see.
 Quoting: Freedomrox



2 images that clear up whats around oxy #3
[link to www.flutrackers.com]
[link to www.flutrackers.com]


Question:
Could the movement in the Bayou sinkhole-lake come from "push-waters"?

... ‘push waters’, (produced waters), that are possibly the actual drives behind the waters that are forcing hydrocarbons into the Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer, (MRAA) at the sinkhole in Bayou Corne, as well as forcing the methane gas deposits into the MRAA aquifer as well.

There is nothing we can find to stop the fractured ‘Depleted Oil Formation Wells’ from supplying the surrounding Formation Sands from migrating eastwards, and supply the ‘Push Waters’, (which are Oil Drilling Waste Waters injected into the earth), forcing the oil, and gas into the ‘Great Louisiana Sinkhole’.
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Krispy - you are good at pulling this all together.
glad you're reading the thread at Flutrackers. It was an odd find, but a good one. Great diagrams, maps, etc.
waiting for her next technical response on page 7.
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TY Ancha,
yes that was a great help that site and freedomrox too.
Waiting for more to come idd.


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seismic activity overnight
check # 11 thru 15
check last of last night and first this morning

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^^ this one looks bad, but I really don't know how to read them.
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a you tube of the seismic activity
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