Tremors felt 45 miles away from Bayou Corne Sinkhole!

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posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 06:30 PM
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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.


That is what I assumed but to hear it said. How does that work? The dome area is under Parish laws and rules but is it privately owned by Texas Brine? Or is it leased/rented? If Parish officials are being micro-managed by Texas Brine then I suspect we are not getting all the truth, but then I never did. I also think some of the state officials are holding back also. Has a worse case scenario ever been presented? And if it has, when was it given?

As Cajun Boy pointed out the land is swamp and with the new cave ins, how far will it go.




posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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The dome is under state law and the parish only gets a cut out of it.



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 06:49 PM
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New documents released of the situation as of November 2.

www.edsuite.com...

I just finished my celebration of All Saints Day yesterday and All Souls Day. I did enough praying for the area to last a lifetime I hope.



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 07:10 PM
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Here is part two of the IdahoPicker video I posted earlier...

The same caveats apply...




posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 07:23 PM
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Originally posted by CajunBoy
New documents released of the situation as of November 2.

www.edsuite.com...

I just finished my celebration of All Saints Day yesterday and All Souls Day. I did enough praying for the area to last a lifetime I hope.


I just read through the document. The first thing I noticed is that only items in red are changes from the previous release of this document. That means that they are still taking samples, running tests and observing one hell of a lot but still have slim to none in results. I hope a lot more people than just you and I are praying over this, it will be needed big time from the looks of things.

I also noticed for the first time recently that the butane storage chamber is part of the same huge salt dome as the collapse is occurring in. I don't care how far apart they are, that makes me as nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs..



posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 08:13 PM
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It really is concerning. But I have faith in the structural integrity of the dome. The most that will collapse (I hope) is Oxy #3 cavern which the breach happened. The caverns are not interconnected like the salt mines under Lake Peigneur, which was a big factor of the disaster.

My theory stays the same, The cap rock over Oxy #3 will collapse along with the land above. We will see the hole get twice is size at most. Louisiana will gain a new lake and be Sportsman's Paradise all over again. Again that is my theory and so far from what I have been seeing it has held up to that.



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 12:15 AM
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never mind, it wasn't what I thought it was.

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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 08:35 AM
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This is a new cross section look of the hole. The light blue is the previous outline for depth while dark maroon is the new depth. If this is so, it means that the hole is just now balancing itself out and the sides are just eroding in! A bit of good news for today.



Also here is a segment released from a local news station. Though I can not embed just go here and enjoy.

www.klfy.com...
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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It sounds like they don't know how big this thing could get and if they can not effectively vent the gas these people are without a home indefinitly. The professer said that this is an event that is unprecedented and should be left to run its course
I also read that a near by Iberville Parish; alteast I thinks its nearby; has issued a boil water alert but gave no reasons..could this be connected??



posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 02:27 PM
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Your right, it is unprecedented, but hopefully we learn from it. Iberville Parish is the parish north of Assumption. Iberville Parish is up the road from where I will be camping along Hwy 69.

To those who don't know, Parishes = Counties. It is a Catholic thing really lol.

I wouldn't think they will tell people to boil there water because of methane or hydrocarbons that would be counter-productive. You wouldn't want a explosion on your stove.

As for the last graph I shown, they showed a similar one a month back. Well that is when the tremors happened and it got a little deeper. So we may see some more tremors as the land fills in the voids underneath the hole. Also, we wont have to worry about a big explosion, Chevron has removed all it's petroleum liquids from the caverns along with the butane being removed.
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posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 05:51 PM
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The latest from idahopicker...

The same caveats apply yadda, yadda yadda.




posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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A new bubbling update from IdahoPicker...




posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 07:14 PM
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Originally posted by happykat39
A new bubbling update from IdahoPicker...

Hi Happykat- thanks for posting this latest video. The spots that he points out where the water is in the trees is quite overwhelming. I think it will be crossing the road or 'taking' the road as this hole expands. At about 4 minutes he was talking about water that is headed into a stream- not the part that looks like a stream, but water is actually going into a stream. I do hope this is not filled with that oilish sludge.

BTW- when should we officially declare Cajunboy MIA? This is a conspiracy site- we could start wild speculation that he has been "taken" by the sinkhole people.



posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 10:42 PM
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I am still alive! I just had a long day yesterday. They had a real serious cane burn in Assumption Parish and the wind changed direction. It covered the road with thick smoke for 50 yards and an accident happened in front of me. I had to recover from eye irritation. I ran in and checked all the cars that got held up in the smoke to get them out. I played it smart and held a wet rag in front my mouth. Though I should of had goggles lol.

As for my camping trip. No unusual activity at all. Stayed up to 3 A.M. with nothing happening. The trees around the sinkhole are surely dead and are starting to die up to Hwy 70 and is now visible from the road. Hwy 70 in general from the sinkhole all the way through the more industrial areas are dead. Of course it is all fenced up and has been for years now. The industry in the area has a lot of dead trees in the area no affiliated with the sinkhole.
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 01:10 AM
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Thank you to everyone for all of the updates. I thought that this would be something to pay attention to, however, I will be hoping that this is just going to be another lake in the lovely state of Lousiana.


I know there will always be some pollution, as it is a necessary evil if we want energy, but I do not like hearing about water that can no longer be used. It seems like I read about that a lot lately, and I hope there is a solution where we can have clean water and energy.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 03:53 AM
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New video from IdahoPicker...




posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 06:51 AM
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This guy seems pretty sharp, whats up with all the fires down south? It could be methane related and why is Louisianna shipping off its fleet of fire trucks? Interesting questions posed here. The oil blowout in the area of the sink hole does give a good explanation of why the trees are dying in that particular area. I originally thought it had to do with something underground. I am happy to hear that Cajunboy was not swallowed by the sink hole
If I do remember correctly did someone mention on here that the butane has been removed from the nearby cavern?



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 07:41 AM
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This is the original CajunBoy, I lost all access to my last account. Still trying to get my access back.

Ok, idahopicker has now lost all credibility with me. The fires are cane burns, seen here! I had to save an elderly lady from her car when the wind changed direction and covered the road with a thick smoke and it caused an accident. It is the reason I was slow on my response after the camping trip. ALL of those fires are control burns, well all except this one lol. No one expected the wind to shift the smoke onto the road.




SECONDLY, he shows the video of the well blowout. Look at it closely.... It is in the middle of a sugar cane field then claims it was where the sinkhole is currently at. Well difference is, one is a cane field the other is a cypress swamp. The blowout happened on the other side Bayou Lafourche 20+ miles away.

As for those other 2 "sinkholes" I stated earlier in this thread that these canals have been dug decades ago by oil companies before the realized the negative effect it causes to the wetlands. Those are 2 lakes that have been formed due to erosion. Of course there was an oil leak back there and it did kill some of the trees. Those 2 lakes are great fishing, lots of bass.

For those who do not know the firetruck "Spirit of Louisiana." It was a New York City style firetruck that Louisiana had recommissioned and refurbished. It was a gift to the city of New York after 9/11. When Katrina passed the city sent it back because New Orleans needed it more. It is truly the "Spirit of Louisiana" You only get what you give.

The new drilling platform I mention a few days ago (3.3 miles away from the sinkhole) IS drilling for oil and not a relief well. Here you go with a picture of that:



Also off subject but on my camping trip, the land we were on we came across an Indian burial mound. Just thought some of y'all wish to see what are some of the historical things at risk with the sinkhole:


I also left all GPS date on the photos if you wish to go and check for verification on all photos.
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:34 AM
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Ok, I was able to retrieve my account!



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 10:02 AM
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Wow, sorry I have missed out on such an informative discussion. Started a thread and kind of wondered why nobody was interested, probably already posted here but just in case here is that link.

I have much catching up to read here so will post afterwards or as I need to.

www.abovetopsecret.com...
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