posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 06:15 AM
Originally posted by zzombie
If I'm not mistaken, the New Madrid Fault connects to the Gulf of Mexico, near the BP oil spill.
Draining all that oil is likely to create some massive sink holes.
One of Edgar Cayce's predictions shows the U.S. splitting from the great lakes to the gulf of Mexico.
That is....IF the oil field extends all the way up to the Gulf of Mexico.
I will have to look for those at another time.
The question is, why doesn't the public have access to geological maps of this supposed huge oil field?
You know, the one that reaches from the Gulf to the Great Lakes?
I know the New Madrid fault runs through there, but not this 'oil field'.
The same one that Cayce predict will split the continental USA in half?
I am curious and skeptical at the same time.
I can't imagine what is going to happen if the leak isn't stopped.
Let's just say the oil field empties into the Gulf...
With the ocean currents taking the oil globally, and alot of the freshwater disappearing from the North American Continent...
Now you ARE talking about disasters of biblical proportions.
That would probably ruin about 1/3 of all the water on Earth.
Just my $0.002 (adjusted to hyper-inflation...or about what a new penny is worth)
Interesting to say the least.