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Bayou Corne Sinkhole - REAL RESEARCHERS ONLY

 
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BAYOU CORNE SINKHOLE 3 PART VIDEO SERIES:

1. [link to www.youtube.com]
2. [link to www.youtube.com]
3. [link to www.youtube.com]

ClimateViewer 3D:
[link to climateviewer.com]

Feel free to remix this video, just please post a link to my channel in the video details.
[link to www.youtube.com]

Bayou Corne & Bayou Grande, Louisiana.
Assumption Parish.
Napoleonville Field.

Assumption Parish- Bayou Corne Louisiana, Sinkhole Resident Update 09-29-12 Part 1
[link to www.youtube.com]

Louisana Governor's Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
[link to assumptionla.com]

Officials upset by lack of salt dome info
[link to theadvocate.com]

Dome issues kept quiet
[link to theadvocate.com]

Drilling rig parts arrive at sinkhole site
[link to theadvocate.com]

Texas Brine offers residents checks, Cleanup of sinkhole halted; workers rescued
[link to theadvocate.com]

SONRIS Well Data:
[link to sonris-www.dnr.state.la.us]

Projects/Sinkhole_2012 (ArcGIS MapServer)
[link to mimir.lsu.edu]

1985 Napoleon Field well map:
[link to ucmwww.dnr.state.la.us]

The Little Known New Madrid Pipeline Bomb
[link to www.zengardner.com]

Of worthy note:

Begin comment by YouTube user: enoughalready45
From the book "Salt-A World History" by Mark Kurlansky, Publisher Penguin Books Regarding Cheshire Salt Mines near Liverpool England (1800's to early 1900's.)

[P. 321-324] "The strange sinkholes that had been sporadically appearing in the eighteenth century had become...a regular phenomenon....The brine makers tried to continue blaming the sinkholes on the rock salt miners, ... it became obvious that the location of the sinkholes bore no relation to the locations of mine shafts, and as sinking became more frequent, there were not enough shafts to explain the number of occurrences.

On the other hand there was an exact correlation between the increase in brine production and the increase in sinkholes...By 1880 400 buildings had been destroyed or damaged in Northwich alone."

"The truth was too much brine was being pumped from underneath Cheshire ... as brine was removed, fresh groundwater took its place, and this water would absorb salt until the brine was once again one-fourth salt.

The problem was that if large quantities of freshwater that hungrily absorbed considerable amounts of salt were removed, they were replaced with large quantities of freshwater that hungrily absorbed considerable amounts of salt. Once that started happening, the freshwater began eroding the natural salt pillars that supported the space between the salt rock and the surface. When a pillar collapsed, the earth above it sank.

But even in the nineteenth century, when this process was understood, it was difficult to know whom to blame. The area around a saltworks might remain solid even though the brine it was pumping was causing the earth to collapse four miles away. Two or three other saltworks, though closer to the hole than the culprit, might have caused no damage at all." [The book also has a bit of info on nuclear waste storage in salt domes on pg. 439] "
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Wow. Great compilation. might be hard to attract eyes as the Assumption thread is going on 200 pages now, but it is pretty shilly in there.
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10/11/2012 04:28 PM
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bump
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10/11/2012 04:34 PM
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OP, that Pasassa character is Kindra Arneson redux. You really think a local talks like a oil executive? She is mong many shills pretending to be real people, creating threads and spamming threads.




Google:
New Madrid Mega Quake Tied To Sinkhole: Perhaps Imminent? Man Made Or An Act Of God?

link banned here.

The story and informative video below with references from Rev. Michelle Hopkins.
Over the years they have been filling a nearby salt dome in Assumption, Parish, Louisiana with radioactive waste and 1.5 million barrels of liquid Butane. If this sinkhole continues to devour land and trees in this area, it may eventually breach this storage area releasing not only toxic radiation into the environment, but also butane which will then become exposed to the air above. All it would take then would be the spark from a car ignition or some other source of fire to set in motion an explosion which some suggest could be equivalent to about 100 nuclear bombs similar to those used on Nagasaki or Hiroshima, in Japan. As bad as all of that would be, there is something even worse that could come from this.

An explosion on that magnitude would create a giant crater deep in the earth exposing this salt dome to the elements. Since this salt dome is also connected to the much larger Luann salt basin, that means water from the bayou will trickle down and quickly become a torrent of water to dissolve the salt in areas covering 5 states, up to a mile thick. As the salt dome looses integrity, all of those deep oil wells will become funnels to either blow out or pull more water into the cavity. When that finally collapses, ALL of Louisiana will sink into the Gulf of Mexico.
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be leery of Patassa. She may where she is, but who she is is very up for scrutiny.

BEWARE.

And don't engage, just observe. Trust me.
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10/11/2012 05:07 PM
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the stupid sinkhole/salt-cavern is not important. the sinkhole is
merely a symptom of the real larger problem: which is
the motherload of natural gas that is engulfing all of southern louisiana.
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10/11/2012 05:08 PM
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I am not interested in this and only post because of "REAL RESEARCHERS ONLY "...
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10/11/2012 05:21 PM
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bump thanks for the links.
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[link to www.kenniker.com]
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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[link to solutionmining.org]

Sorry! Hope I got it right this time.

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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Thank you. hf
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twas nothing but a missing letter!

That short paper, A BRIEF HISTORY OF SALT CAVERN USE, is a condensed, informative one from a year 2000 perspective, possibly presented to industry insiders at a symposium.

Much of it sounds like a selling point for R&D considerations.

Still it does touch upon some cautionary points, as follows:


Excerpt, much less than 50%
[link to solutionmining.org]
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4. UNCONVENTIONAL USES
Some unconventional concepts have been proposed for the use of salt caverns. A number of these are noted here. Storage of food grains in salt caverns, with pneumatic conveyance systems, has been proposed.

Storage of liquid natural gas (LNG) in salt caverns is appealing, because volume requirements are reduced by a factor of about 600 from the gas phase. However, cryogenic temperatures are required, which caused extensive fracturing of salt in an LNG storage test in a German mine.

Waste disposal in a series of vertically separated salt caverns, solution-mined from a common well, has been proposed. The caverns, plugged between levels, would not transfer pressures vertically. The “string of pearls” concept was proposed for disposal of hazardous waste in the Vinton salt dome in south Louisiana in the 1980’s. However, disposal of all hazardous waste in salt domes was shortly banned.

5. SOME PROBLEMS
Some problems have inevitably occurred with the use of salt caverns over the past decades. These range in character from undesirable cavern behavior to disastrous explosions on the ground surface...

...Large volume losses due to salt creep have occurred in natural gas storage caverns. Examples include the earlier cited Eminence dome, U.S., with loss of 40%; and at Tersanne, France, with loss of 30%. Such losses represent costly reductions in storage capacity. Following these early problems, appropriate adjustments were made in cavern depths and minimum operating pressures, so that gas storage continues at both sites today.

Salt caverns storing liquid hydrocarbons have experienced “salt falls” that damaged hanging (casing) strings; and also, gas emissions from the surrounding salt mass that contaminated or caused problems in handling stored products. Leakage of an oil storage cavern resulted in efforts to repair it from the inside, with a remotely operated submersible vessel...

...A disastrous explosion occurred April 7, 1992, following an outflow of LPG onto the surface from the well of a storage cavern in the Brenham salt dome, located about 70 miles (113 km) northwest of Houston, Texas. Three fatalities resulted from the explosion, which was recorded as a 4+ event on a Richter Scale in Houston. According to early news releases, “A salt dome had blown up”. However, the LPG storage cavern later “passed” a mechanical integrity test (MIT).

State authorities did not permit further storage of LPG at the site, but not because the cavern had failed. The State of Texas now has comprehensive safety regulations for both light hydrocarbons and natural gas storage in salt caverns. The very unfortunate Brenham disaster, like the previously noted tests of explosive devices in salt, further demonstrated the exceptional containment characteristics of salt caverns...

...ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance and support of Bill and Carol Diamond, SMRI, Bruce Bertrand, Salt Institute, and the contributors cited in Table 1 in data collection for this paper."

Last Edited by esoteric Morgan on 10/15/2012 11:25 PM
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