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Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep

 
NOLAangel

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Great and informative thread OP. 5*'s

Also, thanks AC 23022509 and Krispy71 for your informative input.

For anyone interested, Bayou Corne has their own page reporting the latest events on the sinkhole; [link to www.facebook.com (secure)]

Because I live in Louisiana, I follow the events closely. I do think that the BP disaster started the whole mess and like someone commented above this is going to be continual slow doom with earth changing consequences.
Life is forever changing. Prepare and beware.
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It's all going to erode from below and collapse. The maps were out years ago but the how wasn't understood.

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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
It's a tunnel to the gulf.
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Here is my professional take on it. It is really weird and would be kind of neat to dive IF there is any visibility at all. I would be hesitant to dive it myself as personally I lean towards total instability of substructure as the cause and water relocation. You sure wouldn't want to be in there when it REALLY gives out. You might find yourself rapidly relocated somewhere you don't want to be (such as 500 feet down on a breathing gas you don't want to be on. Hell, even with my experience the deepest cave dive I did was 338 feet and I was using Trimix which has Helium in the mix to help lower the Nitrogen so you don't get totally blow out of your mind) -- being sucked down to 500 feet = bye bye.

Anyway, just my take on the visual observations of the video. Hope this offers some thinking points for others.
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hugs and thankyou

Have they sent any robotic cameras down into it?
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43718836


Those waves are caused by the pressure of water from the GOM. It is coming into that sinkhole from somewhere. Very similar to when Japan quake hit 3/11/11. When liquefaction caused ocean water to enter into communities and caused cracks on the surface where you could see the tidal movement of the pacific.
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It's all going to erode from below and collapse. The maps were out years ago but the how wasn't understood.

[link to 4.bp.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9380226


That map perfectly overlaps Cayce's map !

Your map is a map that came from military sources/leaks.

This whole EVENT has been put to action decades ago.
Remember the post about "the tunnel-making patent" ?
Remember the massive machines with more then 4 meters diameter that drill themselves into strata ?
Remember the multiple occasions that submarines went MISSING in a cave-system ? [Yes sub-continental cave-systems and tunnels from the ocean waters to far inland the continent! Think it was Operation Scorpio where that sub went missing.]

*** We all researched and reported these topics in the BEZERK-thread

Remember the mysterious sounds/noise people witnessed at night, rumblings and roarings > many of that are/were related to [secret] tunnel-drilling deep below their towns ...

Many dots connect the greater picture.


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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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And when it does it will rip the country into two pieces. From the Gulf to the Great Lakes.
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43718836


Those waves are caused by the pressure of water from the GOM. It is coming into that sinkhole from somewhere. Very similar to when Japan quake hit 3/11/11. When liquefaction caused ocean water to enter into communities and caused cracks on the surface where you could see the tidal movement of the pacific.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


YUP , BadHairDay thought so too !!!!

They are creating new tunnels, they use aquafier-tunnels, ancient tunnels left by The Ancient Race [before the Anu's], they use old salt-tunnels and liquidate existing salt-domes, they use old magma-tunnels and redirect magma for the use of "new" tunnels, and so on ... !!!

xxxK
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hf Thanks NOLAangel & Vic-chick13

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maybe we can get that girl jogger to head over and start pooping in it
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I obviously missed a thread....
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 43718836


Those waves are caused by the pressure of water from the GOM. It is coming into that sinkhole from somewhere. Very similar to when Japan quake hit 3/11/11. When liquefaction caused ocean water to enter into communities and caused cracks on the surface where you could see the tidal movement of the pacific.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


YUP , BadHairDay thought so too !!!!

They are creating new tunnels, they use aquafier-tunnels, ancient tunnels left by The Ancient Race [before the Anu's], they use old salt-tunnels and liquidate existing salt-domes, they use old magma-tunnels and redirect magma for the use of "new" tunnels, and so on ... !!!

xxxK
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Hey Krispy, long time no see.

I have been looking for that map that shows the ancient underground tunnel system for the Louisianan, Mississippi, Alabama Area. I have had no luck finding this. Do you by any chance know where this map is?
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
Funny (in an odd way ~ not a ha ha way) ~ I was thinking about this again when the whole Detroit issue came up. When the salt dome collapses ~ yes it could trigger the rest of the New Madrid fault to go. We could very well see that Edgar Cayce map come to life. I think it will happen before the Detroit issue gets resolved. Then, of course, everybody will forget about the Detroit issue as well as many others.

If anybody hasn't seen the video about the last time Louisiana had a salt dome collapse (caused by manmade drilling no less), it's totally worth a watch. It gives you some idea of what's going to be going down there.

For some people Katrina was a blessing in disguise as it urged them to move away before things got even worse.
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My guess is that there is too much debree to dive.
But why not send down an unmanned sub/mini sub?
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
ISIS from Bezerk found this thread :


Thread: Problem at ANOTHER cavern in salt dome near giant Louisiana sinkhole — “Automatic emergency systems” engaged — No ‘immediate’ safety risk to publ


sooner than later.. bump

[link to enenews.com]

and also this... Hydrogeologist: I’m not kidding, we honestly don’t know what’s going on in cavern below giant sinkhole — “Nobody’s ever encountered anything like this in history of mankind” — World’s top experts don’t even have a good hypothesis — Wellhead pressure now up to almost 600 psi (VIDEO)
[link to enenews.com]

It should be mandatory that any information dealing in any scenarios, theories, "good hypothesises or not" that they have be presented to the public. that way everyone would really understand how meeping atrocious this whole thing is. especially factoring in the gulf and madrid areas... hf
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Hey Krispy, long time no see.

I have been looking for that map that shows the ancient underground tunnel system for the Louisianan, Mississippi, Alabama Area. I have had no luck finding this. Do you by any chance know where this map is?
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Heya ELQ

Nopes I dont know,
but I will send a mail with your request to a friend who might know ;)

I will PM you as soon as I have it.


xxxK
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Hey Krispy, long time no see.

I have been looking for that map that shows the ancient underground tunnel system for the Louisianan, Mississippi, Alabama Area. I have had no luck finding this. Do you by any chance know where this map is?
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Heya ELQ

Nopes I dont know,
but I will send a mail with your request to a friend who might know ;)

I will PM you as soon as I have it.


xxxK
 Quoting: Krispy71


Thanks, I have tried numerous times to find it on the net but have had no luck. It was an extensive tunnel system built by ancient people. Underground system looked like a city from the map.
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
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And when it does it will rip the country into two pieces. From the Gulf to the Great Lakes.
 Quoting: ParadigmShift


It is very sad. No one is talking about this. People will go missing and millions will die.
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That is an amazingly creepy video- something feels really wrong there.
 Quoting: ladulce


Been monitoring this story from the beginning and I agree - there is something VERY weird about that and the movement.

WOW.
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i REALLY hope people are not still living near that thing.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
They need to install a live feed cam at this sink hole to monitor it 24/7 by everyone.
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I live 108 miles west of the sink hole which I believe is within the perimeters of the "sacrifice zone". In the past 4-5 years my neighbors and I have noticed a gradual sinking of our property which have made many of us resort to raised bed gardening due to lack of water drainage after rains. At first it was barely noticeable, but now it is a growing concern. Our community is sinking at a rate of 1-2 inches a year with no signs of letting up. Our roads are constantly being repaired due to cracks and damage not due to wear and tear, but from the ground shifting. During the 70's and 80's our area was dotted with oil wells that made some quite happy with the nice little checks they received from the oil companies, but little did the property owners know that the raping and pillaging of the land would come at a much higher price in the future. Our "Sportmen's Paradise" is dying due to man's greed.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
This map shows how the salt interconnects far inland :

[link to sincedutch.files.wordpress.com]

BHD has used it more then once to make his posts/thoughts clear. This was posted in the other thread [Problem at ANOTHER cavern in salt dome near giant Louisiana sinkhole — “Automatic emergency systems” engaged — No ‘immediate’ safety risk to publ] by RtrnofAmJedi.

tnx


xxxK
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This is really bad for Madrid fault, its gonna blow soon1
 Quoting: icyman


yes

Ban fault lines!
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Oh Shit! What's up Comedian?
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I live 108 miles west of the sink hole which I believe is within the perimeters of the "sacrifice zone". In the past 4-5 years my neighbors and I have noticed a gradual sinking of our property which have made many of us resort to raised bed gardening due to lack of water drainage after rains. At first it was barely noticeable, but now it is a growing concern. Our community is sinking at a rate of 1-2 inches a year with no signs of letting up. Our roads are constantly being repaired due to cracks and damage not due to wear and tear, but from the ground shifting. During the 70's and 80's our area was dotted with oil wells that made some quite happy with the nice little checks they received from the oil companies, but little did the property owners know that the raping and pillaging of the land would come at a much higher price in the future. Our "Sportmen's Paradise" is dying due to man's greed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13133046


That's not good...damned.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
Just an observation.... at the link in the OP Watching the video of the water movement. You will notice there is a water depth change as well. The depth increases as the water moves to the left, and decreases as it moves to the right. Watch the water level against the small island.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
This map shows how the salt interconnects far inland :

[link to sincedutch.files.wordpress.com]

BHD has used it more then once to make his posts/thoughts clear. This was posted in the other thread [Problem at ANOTHER cavern in salt dome near giant Louisiana sinkhole — “Automatic emergency systems” engaged — No ‘immediate’ safety risk to publ] by RtrnofAmJedi.

tnx


xxxK
 Quoting: Krispy71


That whole region from Jack/Cascade to False River will collapse. The salt supporting it is melting.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
If that thing blew up, what would the range of damage be, would we be talking miles?
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Just an observation.... at the link in the OP Watching the video of the water movement. You will notice there is a water depth change as well. The depth increases as the water moves to the left, and decreases as it moves to the right. Watch the water level against the small island.
 Quoting: RAG 43711814


Your right RAG. That is not just some drip drop effect. That is a tidal effect coming from the GOM. That sinkhole connects to the GOM underground some how, you can take that to the bank. That whole region will someday collapse.
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If that thing blew up, what would the range of damage be, would we be talking miles?
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I am not sure if the reporting was accurate, but my understanding is that the explosion would be equivalent to another Hiroshima. Anyone?
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This reminds of Japan after 3/11/11 quake. Definitely tidal from the GOM. 100%
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This reminds of Japan after 3/11/11 quake. Definitely tidal from the GOM. 100%
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


It's so spooky to see tidal effects at this sinkhole being about 35 miles from GOM. I would not want to be living in that area. The GOM will be coming in through there. They better pray we don't get another hurricane like Katrina hit that area, if they do it will not be good.
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Lakes and smaller bodies of water do not normally have "tidal waves" which are typical only for oceans and seas
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wtf

norespect

So lake Erie or Michigan or Superior or etc, do not exhibit tides?

:lulz:
 Quoting: Children of the Atom


thats what you should pay attention to in bold. most lakes are nowhere near the size of the GREAT Lakes, hence the reason they are so great.

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