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Originally posted by supertrot
I have been following this story for a while. I keep reading about all of the seismic activity that caused the dome to collapse and all of the earthquakes that it has created by collapsing. Why has the USGS not listed one quake for that area in months? Everything I read say the quakes are minor (1- 3 magnitude); but, there are not even any one-pointers listed.
October 2, 2012 at 1:07 pm Log in to Reply
Goat trail maybe..road, no. But they are bugging out.. so, one must consider that Texas Brine no longer feels safe on the pad, which had been full of equipment, vehicles and people.. all gone..
There is no cookbook," he stated matter-of-factly. "There’s not even any decent case studies people how to proceed when you’ve had a cavern collapse 5,00 feet below ground, you’ve had to frack out to the surface in the form of a sinkhole, and you have natural gas and crude oil coming in and bubbling up all over.
The waters of the lakes (Great Lakes) will empty into the Gulf (of Mexico), rather than the waterway over which such discussions have been recently made (St. Lawrence Seaway). It would be well if the waterway were prepared, but not for that purpose for which it is at present being considered.