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Tremors felt 45 miles away from Bayou Corne Sinkhole!

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posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 06:44 PM
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Otter great question about Idaho. I've watched plenty of his videos where his "truth" lacks basis and facts. He admitted in 1 video that he can't read the seismic activity. In turn he interprets the data his own way, then forming theories when the beginning facts are wrong. There is no second sinkhole in the area, I know this for a fact.

I've watched his "Louisiana hierarchy video" or something along the lines with illuminate. It was two parts. I poked so much holes in his video. It is historically inaccurate. He called it the Napoleon Salt Dome when it is Napoleonville. He believes they named the dome after Napoleon who himself was a free mason. When in truth they name the domes after the nearest city or town.

I rather not get started on him, but willing to discuss lol
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posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 06:56 PM
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I don't want to derail your thread talking about this guy, but if you think he is lacking in credibility then that is important to know. I first saw his video (just went back and edited my previous post to add it) when Deborah Dupree' linked to it in one of her articles. I know that you and a few others have questioned her credibility and journalistic integrity before as well. Just as a layman,I thought that the video explained a lot, but if I am wrong let me know! I don't want to propagate bad info!



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 07:05 PM
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Otter, this is ATS, we discuss everything! We bring everything to light, leave no stone unturned. I'm willing to discuss his thoughts on here, because I may very well be wrong as well. More voices to discuss more truth we may get out of it.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 08:30 PM
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Oy! where to start first of all this kind of siesmic activity is not normal for this area. The Idahopicker has some very valid points in this video the degradation that he mentions of the land west of the sinkhole where he suspects the second sinkhole to be is curious. I did notice something at the top of the screen in that flyover that theotter mentioned. It would make sense for the water from the sinkhole to permeate through the ground downhill towards the dry hole and thus compromise the surrounding land. It has already been said that the water well to the west was leaking which means that it has in fact been compromised. To Cajunboy Napoleanville was named by a soldier who served under Napolean in his honor so that is true and since the dome is named after the city it too carries his name. I have not seen any of this guys stuff but, will take the time to do so. Another question is what color were those bradleys you saw today? I too have seen much increase in military planes and such but that could be due to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. I have also seen two drones in my area and I live atleast 150 miles from any military bases, scary
The fact that the fisheries have moved out of the area and are on call sounds like they find the area too dangerous to be in right now and are expecting something big to happen, IMO. In all I don't think you should write of this guy the Idahopicker it sounds like he may be on to something.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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The Bradlys were desert camo, so to use them down here would be kinda stupid.

As for the second hole, I still see no clear evidence. A lot of the land around the hole has been covered in water for ages. I mean it is the middle of the swamp, of course there is water everywhere. There is no plausible way there is another hole without it eating up LA 70. This is one of these situations that we may not know till the conclusion. What I am concerned about is a new oil well that just went up a week ago off of LA 1000 on the northern side of the salt dome. I'm getting the map of the location right now and will get it up ASAP.
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posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 08:48 PM
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Why would they put up a new oil well in that vicinity? That doesn't seem safe in an area that is unstable to say the least.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 09:27 PM
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I haven't posted to this thread for a bit because I haven't had much to say. However, I just watched the idahoPicker video and found it quite disturbing. I don't know that all of his conclusions are accurate, but the information he presented is disturbing enough without his conclusions.

What this whole situation reminds me of is watching one of those super slow motion videos of a water balloon bursting. That is what this situation looks like; one small rip at a time until the whole balloon is burst. There are some people out there claiming that we don't possess the technology to stop the sinkhole, Fukushima and B P disasters. I sure hope they are WRONG!!!!!



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 09:28 PM
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Now that the sinkhole is clearly marching east, how much danger are the wells to the east? The most recent land-gobble ( sorry, the technical term I am at a loss for) is edging closer and closer to Oxy G#3. Could there be a point soon where they could not access it from land at all? Using boats has proved marginally safe at best in the sinkhole murk.

Just thoughts.

CajunBoy, I thought the vid I posted did a good job at explaining what the seismoes were, why they were where they were and what the activity on the graphs indicates. It all looked like a bunch of sloppy colored noise to me. I thought the poster sounded level-headed an reasonable, so I gave it a shot and heard him out.

Peace,



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 09:30 PM
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Originally posted by BrieBird
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Why would they put up a new oil well in that vicinity? That doesn't seem safe in an area that is unstable to say the least.


Because we, as a species, have a great propensity for refusing to learn from our past mistakes until it is too late.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 09:31 PM
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Here is the location of the oil rig relative to the sinkhole. It is 3.3 miles away placing it on the northern end of the salt dome. The oil they are drilling for is between 10,000 ft and 12,000 ft. This may also the same oil that has been on the top of the sinkhole.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 09:35 PM
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Originally posted by TheOtter
CajunBoy, I thought the vid I posted did a good job at explaining what the seismoes were, why they were where they were and what the activity on the graphs indicates. It all looked like a bunch of sloppy colored noise to me. I thought the poster sounded level-headed an reasonable, so I gave it a shot and heard him out.

Peace,


I have been a seismograph watcher for several years now and he was very accurate in his readings of them even if some of his conclusions still need to be watched for accuracy. Or, as the description of an open casket wake goes, "Remains to be seen".
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posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 09:56 PM
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Your right about that one.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 10:06 PM
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Perhaps that oil rig is being used to relieve the pressure being built up or something somewhere in this thread was brought up about the connection between the oil spill and the sinkhole. Just a thought it seems very odd that they would just throw something like this up so close to the sinkhole.



posted on Nov, 1 2012 @ 11:54 PM
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All the rigs there were placed to drill relief wells were up last month. This rig has been planned long before the sinkhole. I've seen a letter sent out to the residence showing a map of the oil deposit and the stipend they will receive if they get to it. Like I said, my concern is why this was allowed to follow through after recent developments 3 miles away with the sinkhole.



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 12:31 AM
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Originally posted by happykat39

Originally posted by TheOtter
CajunBoy, I thought the vid I posted did a good job at explaining what the seismoes were, why they were where they were and what the activity on the graphs indicates. It all looked like a bunch of sloppy colored noise to me. I thought the poster sounded level-headed an reasonable, so I gave it a shot and heard him out.

Peace,


I have been a seismograph watcher for several years now and he was very accurate in his readings of them even if some of his conclusions still need to be watched for accuracy. Or, as the description of an open casket wake goes, "Remains to be seen".
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Happykat39, thank you for adding some insight as to the idahopicker video. Conclusions are all over the map at this point, you are right about that. No one out there knows where this thing is going to go or what it will do. This is very scary and I can't believe it is not getting the media attention it deserves. I for one am glad you chimed in, thanks!



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 08:38 AM
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Na, the hole is breaking up more to the west than east. I would be more worried about the community of Bayou Corne getting swallowed. If it were to open more to the east then we have a serious problem because the means imminent collapse of the salt dome on the west side.
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posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 12:42 PM
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I found this article which is basically a gathering of information that we have already seen but the comparison photos are really striking. I am linking it below:

Now the foliage comparison is what interests me. I have learned from locals that the trees do turn- now the author of the article points out that there are green trees in the distance. But I swear if you farther back it looks like there are trees mirroring those near the sinkhole.


Bayou Sinkhole Site Update: Flammable Tap Water
*I linked it starting on page two, but the first page has some interesting comparison photos also.



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 01:35 PM
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Man ignites tap water 4 miles from Louisiana sinkhole wmv






posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 04:09 PM
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IdahoPicker has just uploaded an updated video about the sinkhole. The previous post by riverwild shows the water that can be set on fire so that is a good thing since the audio of that portion sucks like a Hoover. And again, he has his facts pretty straight but I question some of his conclusions.




posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 04:16 PM
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The trees are dead. But also you may be seeing is Spanish Moss on the trees in the distance. It is grey and lives off the tree. Pretty cool that the Cajuns used to harvest this moss to make mattress filling, long before the age of spring mattresses. It is also fall now and those trees in the distance are starting to show that. I will look into it more for you AuntB. I know that I said earlier in this thread that they are not dead, but I am starting to change my thoughts on that.



I agree that Idahopicker is getting his facts straight and I also question his conclusions on this as well. If there is a mass conspiracy going on with this sinkhole, the Assumption Parish officials are not in on it. If they wish to step on Texas Brine property, they have to be escorted by a TB official.

In the near future they will be sending down a sonar to get 3D imaging of the hole. I am eager to see this. It will show if there may be a second hole as well, which I am highly skeptical about.
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