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

 
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A loving message from a German gentleman (who currently writes these words) to all the precious people, who live near this very eerie sinkhole:
Please protect and inform yourselves and your families and friends and all other people as best as possible. I am absolutely no expert regarding this sinkhole topic, but my gut feeling (please consider very carefully, that my gut feeling could be right or wrong or somewhere in between) tells me, that this whole sinkhole area probably is and/or will be a very dangerous place. Dear people (and all other living beings), please stay alert, safe, healthy and alive. May God bless and protect you all. Amen.
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Ok, admit I've skipped over much of these comments, but did read the linked article.

Why hasn't anyone here mentioned that the methane caverns way under ground have built to 600 psi? And there may be billions of cubic feet of methane down there?

That in itself is quite doom-worthy.
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I have no understanding of the potential meaning of this. Can you explain. I know they drill relief wells, is that why, because of pressure?
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Companies have been putting stuff into the empty salt mines ~ stuff that should never get out ~ but now it will. It's been a few since I read up on that part of it. Let me see if I can find it & post it.
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OK ~ here's the 1st thing I ran across after a search…

"That sinkhole is made from collapsing salt domes that are being used as storage for the US Strategic Energy Preserve and contains 18.5 million barrels of butane stored there at the request of the federal government. Why anyone would store butane near the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi river is a question that will be asked more than once after it blows sky high. Hint to the federal government: Water dissolves salt which causes enormous sinkholes."

More at link: [link to vidrebel.wordpress.com]
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I have no understanding of the potential meaning of this. Can you explain. I know they drill relief wells, is that why, because of pressure?
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Was thinking doom-worthy because methane gas is explosive. (at least in the presence of oxygen)
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
I have a theory.

It takes 70 - seconds for the water to expand and retreat to its original position.

35 - seconds out and 35 - seconds back to the original level.

70 - seconds is the full wave legnth, 35 - seconds is a half wave length.

The water is reacting to a sound frequence.

So scientists out there calculate the frequency.

It will be extremly low.
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OK ~ here's the 1st thing I ran across after a search…

"That sinkhole is made from collapsing salt domes that are being used as storage for the US Strategic Energy Preserve and contains 18.5 million barrels of butane stored there at the request of the federal government. Why anyone would store butane near the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi river is a question that will be asked more than once after it blows sky high. Hint to the federal government: Water dissolves salt which causes enormous sinkholes."

More at link: [link to vidrebel.wordpress.com]
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KARMA is a Muthaf...
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
Here are some info about ground crack and bubbling activity earlier this year, and lots of info about sinkholes and salt caverns

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
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bubbling event from January 2013
[link to youtu.be]
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I had a really bad dream about a huge record breaking quake in Michigan.
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Great! hiding
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yeah, just what you guys need, GT500 . . .
When you need TP, a wigwam just won't do.
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Here are some info about ground crack and bubbling activity earlier this year, and lots of info about sinkholes and salt caverns

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
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Thanks, good info and good links. so much to read.
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
I have a theory.

It takes 70 - seconds for the water to expand and retreat to its original position.

35 - seconds out and 35 - seconds back to the original level.

70 - seconds is the full wave legnth, 35 - seconds is a half wave length.

The water is reacting to a sound frequence.

So scientists out there calculate the frequency.

It will be extremly low.
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OK here I go.
Others please check this answer.

35-seconds = 35000ms half wave = 0.028571429 hz
70-seconds = 70000ms full wave = 0.014285714 hz
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
I have a theory.

It takes 70 - seconds for the water to expand and retreat to its original position.

35 - seconds out and 35 - seconds back to the original level.

70 - seconds is the full wave legnth, 35 - seconds is a half wave length.

The water is reacting to a sound frequence.

So scientists out there calculate the frequency.

It will be extremly low.
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OK here I go.
Others please check this answer.

35-seconds = 35000ms half wave = 0.028571429 hz
70-seconds = 70000ms full wave = 0.014285714 hz
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I know nothing about this low frequency. Other than Elephants use it. What could it be?
Is it the earth? Seismic? Does the sea make a low frequency sound?

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Why in the world was this thread unpinned?

This is one of THE most important stories in America, totally ignored by the MSM, and you'd think a forum like this would keep this kind of story pinned.
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Why in the world was this thread unpinned?

This is one of THE most important stories in America, totally ignored by the MSM, and you'd think a forum like this would keep this kind of story pinned.
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Hopefully because people are starting on page 4 with Krispy71 and reading those posts all the way through. It takes a long time!

Perhaps the tidal motion has something to do with the Salinity? Fresh water, salt water ... Pulling on each other? Seems there would definitely be some sort of current.

If it's tidal then wouldn't there be a "high" tide and a "low" tide? The water level would rise in height over a 6?hour period then the lake level would drop to a low, then start rising again.
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I have no understanding of the potential meaning of this. Can you explain. I know they drill relief wells, is that why, because of pressure?
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Was thinking doom-worthy because methane gas is explosive. (at least in the presence of oxygen)
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Go back to page 4 and read the post by Krispy71. All this ties in with the DWH disaster and fracking which will make underground oil pipelines so far under the earth's surface that you really don't even want to think about it. They also have developed a really cool organism to help eat through these tunnels ( er, the tunnels connecting the salt domes ) to speed up the processes of developing these "natural" pipelines. Yum, yum. Unfortunately, this process is releasing a lot of methane. Is that unfortunate, or is it by design? It is even speculated that this will trigger the collapse of underground caverns which will eventually divert the GOM up the Mississippi dividing the country and rearranging the map of North America into more of the one envisioned by Edger Cayce. The theory does seem to connect all the dots.

The good news is, there will be lots of oil and gas, more than we could ever want, filling in our Aquifers and other water supplies. They bad news is, there won't be anyone around to use it.

Does that about sum it up Krispy?
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Wow,Thankshiding
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Just imagine how much bigger this will be if the same thing starts happening with this hole.How many miles of land will go down once all the salt mines start collapsing.
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I just told my husband about it and he said how come I never heard of this.Scarey.
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WOOW!!!
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep

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Wow,Thankshiding
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Just imagine how much bigger this will be if the same thing starts happening with this hole.How many miles of land will go down once all the salt mines start collapsing.
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I just told my husband about it and he said how come I never heard of this.Scarey.
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I enjoyed that.thanks :-)
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
I also did not know about this until just yesterday. It figures too. Local media/news is garbage! This is pretty friggin' serious. It could possibly change our entire country. I'm glad the truth is out there somewhere, if you're willing to look for it.
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I also did not know about this until just yesterday. It figures too. Local media/news is garbage! This is pretty friggin' serious. It could possibly change our entire country. I'm glad the truth is out there somewhere, if you're willing to look for it.
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'Seek the truth'...seek being an ACTION verb! Most folks prefer being spoon-fed LIES, because they are too lazy and fat to get up off their asses and find the TRUTH foe themselves! Telling times we're living in....
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sorry, forgot the video:

[link to www.youtube.com]
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awesome and creepy
watched it 2 times. he ran out of lead.
it was deeper than he had line.
deeper than 750.
did i see that right?
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Question because I do not know, Could the weight of the line be pulling the reel out? Once several hundred feet rolled out, there had to be a decent amount of weight right? Once again, I am no expert, just asking...
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Can we confirm that this is in fact the cornhole being measured?
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when I watched that video I heard the word:

'tilting'

as in polor shift?? I'm not sure....



also this verse came to me from Isaiah:

"The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, And shall totter like a hut; Its transgression shall be heavy upon it, And it will fall, and not rise again."

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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
when I watched that video I heard the word:

'tilting'

as in polor shift?? I'm not sure....



also this verse came to me from Isaiah:

"The earth shall reel to and fro like a drunkard, And shall totter like a hut; Its transgression shall be heavy upon it, And it will fall, and not rise again."
 Quoting: AmazingGRACE


good one...hf
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Re: Tidal waves at Louisiana sinkhole, now more than 500 feet deep
reports of seismic activity in early morning hours.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

Please look at these (first 3 Arkansas) remainder are all Bayou Corne. It is a bit confusing, so you have to study it.

Look at last of yesterday and first of today. On far left side.

First five Recorders of Bayou Corne are not as impressive or as scary as the LAST five recorders. Very frightening.

Can someone with knowledge interpret this please?

I know this means movement. The disturbed rock zone is shifting.
Movement preceeds a burp, a burp preceeds debris coming to the top (creating a temporary false bottom) and that event preceeds an eventual true drop of the bottom.
Tidal wave action becomes more apparent as this process continues. Less tidal wave action as the new true bottom settles. Followed by a less obvious, but more rhythmic, wave period on the surface.

Rinse, repeat

This is my theory.
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Looks like some possible 'collapse activity' is underway, AGAIN!

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

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