It seems to be a running theme, when the rich authorities in charge of getting rid of something deadly, they bury it under a big city. Fukushima and
radioactive waste under Tokyo is a previous example. The Gulf of Mexico oil bubble-up is another example, buried under a thin layer of sand. Somehow
they believe that if they spread the blame around over a large area, like an anorexic spreading her food around over a large plate to fool her parents
that she ate something so she can keep her impossibly perfect image, they fool people that it is a very large mess, now contained.
It isn't a good move and the problem won't be fixed by spreading trouble around. I think they got their training from small-time marketing exercises,
with products that make a large population a little bit sick all over, to give the illusion of a mysterious evolution in civilization when the mutant
baby reports increase.
First response to giving the hole a purpose was, why don't they fill the hole with southern white trash? Then i realize, after the hole is filled,
the guy still owns the land, so he may plan to build some apartment complexes, maybe a trailer park or two, on top of that. Why bury them when you
can profit from them right? (that's a milli-billi attitude, not my own, ok)
So what they may do is take all the stuff that is illegal in New York and California, like the trans fats, the CFLs, the BPA plastics and paint,
styrofoam, PVC, and teflon-coated things, and stick them there. What is this, though, radioactive waste? If I was a Texan, I'd say 'don't mess with
Texas' about that one. Get another few million billion to make a recycling industry, bring some enviro-consciousness to the region.
The conspiracy is, who is getting kickbacks to make this a good idea? He's making drama to make a buck.
Why doesn't he just build a tornado-alley proof underground village, put his name on it, make a fortune? Underground banks (oh wait he probably is a
member of a few of those already), underground grocery, underground apartments. No, the profitable option would be to build an underground prison;
people with freedom would object to the lack of light.
edit on 8-4-2012 by Sandalphon because: (no reason given)