posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 03:03 PM
Basically for those that don't speak Spanish, a 1000 metre long 6 metre deep 2 metre wide crack appeared after an explosion in Mexico. The area is
sealed off and NO ONE is allowed any where near the place.
Happened near a rubbish dump. The explanation for the explosion was methane.
Sounds very reasonable doesn't it? well not to me. I know methane is always under rubbish dumps but i have seen and heard of explosions at dumps
before. They do not result in a 1 kilometre crack 6 metres deep and 2 metres wide! There are always localised and irregular explosions that can result
is ground excavation, but this results in a crater that sometime also creates a short crack 20-40 ft long and maybe 2 feet wide.
This is part of the Gulf incident, increase earthquake activity in Southern California, m3 earthquakes near Yellowstone only 100ft deep, multiple gas
explosions on rigs here and in Europe, the list goes on and on.
Now we see the Kill Switch is in place for Obama to cut off the Internet, so get your tin foil hat ready we are about to go critical.
(visit the link for the full news article)
This afternoon an explosion occurred inside the city dump, which caused damage to at least 400 homes located in 15 streets, Mayor Jesus Tolentino
The mayor explained that the incident could be provided by a combination of methane gas produced by decomposing garbage, and a possible softening of
the final disposal site is located in the neighborhood Tlatel Xochitenco.
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