posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 12:26 PM
There have been a lot of sinkholes all over the place, but there is one that has grabbed a lot of attention and that's the Louisiana Bayou Corne
sinkhole. This sinkhole started in August and has continued to expand and release deadly gases. There are a couple of good threads dedicated to this
sinkhole alone, but I thought it was time to start a watch of the other sinkholes being reported on a daily basis. I will also post any new updates
to the Louisiana sinkhole here too.
Many of these sinkholes have logical explanations, but some don't. Also, a lot are described as the result of a water main break, but I sometimes
wonder what causes the water main break? Could it be the other way around, the sinkhole caused the water main break? Well, I will post the news
reports here and hope that if you find something of interest in regards to sinkholes, you'll post it here as well.
I'm not sure if there is an increase in sinkholes. I don't know of any statistics about it. I think that the Louisiana sinkhole is what has drawn
attention to these events and there is no doubting the fact that many sinkholes are occurring. I think sinkholes are a sign of our changing planet
and are of great concern, especially when considering the deadly gases that are being released, which may have other consequences such as unexplained
fires and explosions, which I've discussed in another thread I authored in my signature. I think these sinkholes are definitely worth keeping track
of. I will also post here land cracks and landslides of importance.
MOST RECENT HEADLINES:
Bus falls in massive sinkhole, Oceanside, CA
Huge sinkhole repaired in Yuma, AZ
No one was hurt, but two workers who went to the bus driver’s rescue fell into the sinkhole in water that was over their heads, said Patty
Troublefield, property manager of Villa Del Mar apartments on Los Arbolitos Boulevard near Fredericks Avenue. “One fell in and then the other ran to
help him and he fell in,” said Troublefield, who arrived for work around 7 a.m., right after the North County Transit District bus dropped into the
sinkhole in front of her apartment complex. “He went in and went all the way down, then came up,” Troublefield said. The two workers managed to
pull themselves out as police and other city workers ran to their aid, Troublefield said.
Large sinkhole closes road in Washington
t collapse causes sinkhole in Santa Rosa, CA
Sinkhole closes street in Leetonia, OH
That area where Arizona Avenue curves into Walnut Avenue was closed to traffic for more than 10 hours on Christmas Eve after a waterline break
caused a 25-feet deep sinkhole. The City of Yuma Utilities Department responded to the area at 6:30 a.m. to fix a sinkhole that was 60 feet long and
30 feet wide.
sinkhole gas drifting as far away as Texas?
Donnalley told Village Council Wednesday night that the eastbound lane of State Street east of Hazel Street has been blocked off after the
department discovered a sink hole beginning in the roadway. He said a camera will be run through the sanitary system on Friday in an attempt to
determine the cause. Donnalley noted that there are no remnants of debris in the nearest manhole, nor are other manholes backed up, indicating that
the main line has not collapsed.
Report from Energy News on LA sinkhole
Where is Jindal?
What is the nexus between FEMA activity in the Beaumont, TX port (which is the nearest port to the petrol sinkhole at Byou Corne, LA), fireballs
over nearby Houston, TX (just to the West of Byou Corne along the Gulf), and power line poles in counties to the north and south of Houston bursting
into flames? It is certainly not the fog! If the moisture in fog could cause an arc on pole tops, what happens in Texas during the rain? Electric
lines can cause an arc, and heat from meteors can likewise spark an explosion, but what would the fuel be? The collapsing and leaking salt dome cavern
near Byou Corne is doing more than putting an oil slick on the surface of the sinkhole. The petrol on the surface is vaporizing into the air, and
being blown about by the winds, and though oil and water do not mix, oil can settle on the surface of water and this includes the surface of water
droplets in the air, i.e. fog! Why are the meteor showers in the area turning into fireballs, appearing aflame in the skies? The winds are blowing
fuel, and there are explosions in abundance! Is FEMA concerned about a possible conflagration at Byou Corne, with a sudden need to evacuate residents
in the area? It is more than just that sinkhole, as numerous salt dome caverns used to store petrol products are in use in the region.