Holy Crap - Isaac is Heading Towards the Growing Sinkhole in LA. Prophet Edgar Cayce - Prophet Isaac

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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 09:30 PM
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Originally posted by Spooky1
This has to be some of the most blatant, asinine fear porn I've ever seen.

Did the OP seriously draw associations between a sink hole, the "prophet" Isaac, and the name of a (relatively weak) tropical storm??

And then declared that crackpot scammer Edgar Cayce is somehow comparable to Isaac???

It's like the OP is distinctly ignorant of each of the topics that are the main subjects of the post.

Weather is weather. It's not a campaign against humanity or any other addle-brained nonsense.

Trash like this is why ATS is primarily brain-pollution.

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Well, I'll tell ya what.... I have a friend that lives fairly close to that Sink Hole and is a member of a site I do some work at. I've been getting the media spin and the more local flavor of it from that source. I'm here to tell ya, if people are taking that thing lightly they flat out don't understand the situation there. There is no other way to put it.

Now almost immediately... IMMEDIATELY...after it happened, the Sheriff himself was talking about "low level radiation' needing watched for and detectors being brought in. That sound like harmless Salt Domes holding Oil or something? Sounds to me like a page torn from 'Fire Down Below', come to life. I wonder....Who buried the glow in the dark garbage and how did they figure it would never come to light? Well... Who cares I guess, as long as it takes longer than they'll be alive, I'm sure they tell themselves.


There is also, apparently, enough Butane to launch a small piece of Louisiana into Low Earth Orbit. Should be a hoot with a Hurricane now apparently passing right OVER that disaster in the making...and Good Lord...it might be the eye wall itself!
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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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I started a thread on this very thing (www.abovetopsecret.com...) but it was my first and I put it in the wrong category so it didn't get much attention. Asked the mods THREE times to move it to correct area but not a single answer. Anyway...

I remembered the map but couldn't remember exactly what it showed so thanks for posting. Even though I AM in a BLUE area. I think we will be ok here now but...



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:48 AM
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So what's the worst thing that can happen when this storm hits this tiny sinkhole.

Will a tree fall in it ? I don't get it.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 01:52 AM
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The accumulation of water and/or seismic activity could collapse the sinkhole,exposing the butane gases under it to the air causing it to explode,which could begin series of chain reactions of huge explosions from nearby gas wells and above ground gas storage,some of which include large amounts of radioactive waste.. a nightmare scenario that would devastate the region and lay to waste a large portion of the United States.
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posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 07:19 AM
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Just an update to start the new day. The track from this prediction appears to now take it up into Texas once across New Orleans. This is good and bad in my opinion. It's Good...because the part of the nation it now looks to be headed to is in such desperate need of rain and I mean any rain, they'd do naked rain dances in Times Square if anyone thought it would help. This may bring too much....but it beats watching the land we all love die from thirst, quite literally.

Bad... of course..because this hasn't solved a thing for Louisiana. It's tracking as a Cat-2, again, according to the data on this site. We'll see how reliable it all turns out to be. The HAARP map is interesting and thanks for the link back to the original spot. This is the second time I've seen a map like that for HAARP but the first time I had the link for original data. Thanks for that!


Source

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posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 07:50 AM
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NOAA has got it down to 976 MB now.
I agree with this:

According to the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, a category two would start at 979 mb. The media is downplaying the actual event simply because this is a 70 mph tropical storm. Isaac will move slowly into Louisiana, causing wind speed damage from surge and flooding across the Gulf States. The wind is not the issue here, the issue is with the building swell under the system's low pressure, including over 20 inches of rain, possibly higher around the storm. Other Hurricanes of the past with this low of pressure have had winds over 100 mph already. The wind isn't the killer, it is the surge and flooding caused by the storm. One must remember that although Hurricane Katrina hit category five status out in the Gulf, it weakened to a category three at landfall, weakening further to a one. The damage in New Orleans happened with category one winds from the northeast. It did not happen with category three winds as it was further away from the landfall point. The category system needs to be redone. My viewers must understand that although this is a Tropical Storm, almost a category one ... that you need to understand the effects will be deadly, with surge and flooding being the main issue, that of category three or four conditions.
WeatherSpace.com
At 976Mb it don't look good.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 08:10 AM
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I stared your gloomy advice but where is the back up to your claims? Scientific data instead of conjecture? We do not need to scare people needlessly at this point.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 08:13 AM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Just an update to start the new day. The track from this prediction appears to now take it up into Texas once across New Orleans. This is good and bad in my opinion. It's Good...because the part of the nation it now looks to be headed to is in such desperate need of rain and I mean any rain, they'd do naked rain dances in Times Square if anyone thought it would help. This may bring too much....but it beats watching the land we all love die from thirst, quite literally.

Bad... of course..because this hasn't solved a thing for Louisiana. It's tracking as a Cat-2, again, according to the data on this site. We'll see how reliable it all turns out to be. The HAARP map is interesting and thanks for the link back to the original spot. This is the second time I've seen a map like that for HAARP but the first time I had the link for original data. Thanks for that!


Source

(It's BIG, which is why it's a thumb.
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Thanks Wrabbit for the update - an interesting development.

You're just getting up - I'm just about to go buhbye. Goodnight.

Praying for all the people in the gulf - I hope you are safe and prepared.

* Ned



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 08:20 AM
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Hope your friends are coming for a little visit? How can it be this bad and no coverage, evacuations? How far would the evacs have to be?



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 08:32 AM
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Not sure what planet you are on, mandatory evacs in New Orleans and Mobil.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by antar
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
 


Hope your friends are coming for a little visit? How can it be this bad and no coverage, evacuations? How far would the evacs have to be?


I'm sorry you must be in the wrong dimension... There is evacs in 3 states, and non stop media coverage - literally..



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 08:48 AM
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Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
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So what's the worst thing that can happen when this storm hits this tiny sinkhole.

Will a tree fall in it ? I don't get it.


There is a possibility of a butane explosion. There is one thing that is certain they have tested the water inside the hole and it contained petroleum waste products that have been pumped into abandoned caverns . They found xylene toluene and benzene. Benzene and other aromatic compounds are extremely carcinogenic. Then They found radium in the water 15x state limits. So this storm is going to pick all of this stuff up and spread it over a large area. All from this tiny little sinkhole.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 09:53 AM
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'Could' was the active word and i'm not doing research for you ,did you actually read the thread and go to the links? or do you just assume i'm a fear monger for answering H1ght3chHippie's question hypothetically?,and who's "we"?so now your speaking for all of us?get off your high horse.
i wouldn't hesitate for a second to scare people if it meant it would save lives..
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posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 10:27 AM
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Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
reply to post by nimbinned
 


So what's the worst thing that can happen when this storm hits this tiny sinkhole.

Will a tree fall in it ? I don't get it.



Water, when it comes into contact with salt makes it lose it's hardness, and this causes further collapse. If the butane is released, any spark from any source will ignite it. because it is underground, the force of 100 Hiroshima bombs will then rip a gaping hole into the land which will fill with water. The lower portion of Louisiana will slide into the Gulf and the pressure will crack the great salt dome containing the ruptured BP well. At that point all bets are off. Billion and billions of barrels of highly explosive methane gas will erupt and ignite, combining with the oil. The sunlight will not be reaching the earth and nuclear winter will set in. In other words, I would move to Australia, it will be the last temperate place to be affected by the ELE that will come.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 11:18 AM
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lol, that's a bit dramatic. If it's got an opening, it will burn like a flame. from a lighter. Backblow is less likely. If it lights backwards, down it, it can leave a huge crater, and we'll have another lake. But not ALL the land south of it will disappear.



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:31 PM
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i agree the chances of it happening are almost zero



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:37 PM
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The other concern expressed here by the OP, is that the explosion can trigger an EQ on the New Madrid fault line... possibly causing the great lakes to empty into the Mississippi River, splitting the country into two. Except for the devastating possibility of St. Louis, Chicago, and Baton Rouge (any other big cities there?) being partially or totally wiped out... there may be a small blessing in it all..... as the oncoming water should put out any fires down in LA.

ETA: after doing a little research, scratch St. Louis (looks safe enough)... but put Memphis on the list.

ETA2: and of course New Orleans... but that city may get a dbl-whammy- the explosions first, then the water. It's a nightmare scenario, to be sure....

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posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:43 PM
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Further more are the radiation readings and the possibility
that some of these areas are a nuclear waste dump
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posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:45 PM
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I hope lightening doesn't strike. And, is it me, or does this hurricane have a mind of it's own? Does anyone see a remote control antennae, located on top of this storm???



posted on Aug, 28 2012 @ 12:47 PM
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Originally posted by SpittinTruth
I hope lightening doesn't strike. And, is it me, or does this hurricane have a mind of it's own? Does anyone see a remote control antennae, located on top of this storm???


Out of this storm they are predicting thunder storms and tornadoes, because it is a slow moving system. I used to live in Louisiana, and boy oh boy, they can get some outrageous thunder storms.

Don't know why, but I always slept so well during those!





 
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