posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 11:14 PM
not sure if anyone else read this but i found it intriguing to say the least.
In addition to the sinkhole, gas is being released from bubbling sites in area bayous and [color=amber]is thought to be gathered in an aquifer and
even in shallower rock under the communities.
Welsh’s order follows Boudreaux’s cease and desist order to Texas Brine earlier this week after residents complained about a [color=amber]plugged
probe site leaking gas in front of homes on Sauce Piquante Lane.
Boudreaux said he tested the hole and found leaking gas at a concentration that was approaching an explosive level.
Sonny Cranch, spokesman for Texas Brine, said 41 of the holes were drilled in the community and only one leaked.
“Our ultimate goal is to remove the gas from the shallow aquifer and to know where it is,” Cranch said, “and this was the technology we were
employing to identify the location of that gas.”
so, they know the gas is accumulating in places other than the sinkhole but don't know
they know the concentration is not miniscule and it's nearly explosive
, yet, no one should be concerned.
they are positive TB misrepresented the depth of the sinkhole and when proven, TB clams up.
still yet, the ousted residents have not been made whole or secured settlement agreements.
and to top it off, they suspect the aquifer has been breached with accumulated gas.
nah folks, there's nothing to see here and i'm pretty sure the theory of a toxic gas cloud release is waaaaay off base.