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LA Sinkhole Raises Concerns of Explosions & Radiation UPDATE: MANDATORY EVACUATION!
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03-13-2013, 01:22 AM #46
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That's not a sink hole.

That's a caldera volcano.
03-15-2013, 02:31 PM #47
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(10-18-2012, 08:33 PM)bohica Wrote:  Mud People from Flash Gordon.
Probably before everyone's time here, except Ocker and Cynical Absurdance.


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03-15-2013, 04:03 PM #48
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(11-08-2012, 03:31 PM)オタマジャクシ Wrote:  After reading the state geology report on that region in general, and looking at the nearby (about 3 miles away) well blow out and some local news:

1. The subsurface (1 mile down) area has periodic faults. These faults isolate the subsurface area into zones.
2. The coast is sinking, the near coast is static, the inland area is rising due to isostatic pressure.
3. The geology has resulted in isolated pockets of gas and oil almost everywhere.
4. The crust movement (see 1) causes microquakes on pretty much a daily basis. The record is around Richter 4 so these are on average very tiny and unnoticeable. They have always been there and always will.
5. The oil and gas seeps to the surface naturally, always has always will.
6. The microquakes predate the drilling and fracking and will happen after the drilling and fracking have stopped.

The oil and gas drilling doesn't cause subsistence. The salt dome mining usually doesn't create problems.

1. There is natural petroleum on the surface of the sinkhole. They analysed it. It isn't diesel (they initially reported it as such from a test for hydrocarbons). It is natural oil. The source isn't known but is probably from underground nearby - NOT from storage in the salt dome.
2. The salt dome cavern contained NORM which is much less radioactive than the depleted uranium used for ammunition and is not a concern.
3. The original cavern is at least 1300 ft more full that it should be so the consensus is that it has falled.
4. The original cavern (pre NORM) was up to 140 million cubic feet. The surface hole will somewhat smaller than a 1200 ft wide by 400 ft deep inverted cone. The current sinkhole looks like a car funnel with a conic top and a deep center. The hole will eventually be about 800 ft. in diameter because the current hole is too deep for its width (there is a hole in the center of the hole that has to fill up.)
5. This is a bayou - bayou is another word for swamp.

The nearby oil well blowout was unrelated, occurred in a sugarcane field, was between LA 1 and LA 996 on Route 70, went on for 3 weeks, and they burned the area to get rid of the oil (at least 20 areas is covered in ash). It was due to a BOP failure.

In one remote view I did, of the sinkhole
I saw the BP Macondo drill cut through a salt dome, and sea water started to sip
compromising the integrity of the dome

In another I viewed that all the domes are interconnected
and they are all dissolvingdamned.gif
03-15-2013, 04:41 PM #49
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(03-15-2013, 04:03 PM)WEBWAR REFUGEE K Wrote:  
(11-08-2012, 03:31 PM)オタマジャクシ Wrote:  After reading the state geology report on that region in general, and looking at the nearby (about 3 miles away) well blow out and some local news:

1. The subsurface (1 mile down) area has periodic faults. These faults isolate the subsurface area into zones.
2. The coast is sinking, the near coast is static, the inland area is rising due to isostatic pressure.
3. The geology has resulted in isolated pockets of gas and oil almost everywhere.
4. The crust movement (see 1) causes microquakes on pretty much a daily basis. The record is around Richter 4 so these are on average very tiny and unnoticeable. They have always been there and always will.
5. The oil and gas seeps to the surface naturally, always has always will.
6. The microquakes predate the drilling and fracking and will happen after the drilling and fracking have stopped.

The oil and gas drilling doesn't cause subsistence. The salt dome mining usually doesn't create problems.

1. There is natural petroleum on the surface of the sinkhole. They analysed it. It isn't diesel (they initially reported it as such from a test for hydrocarbons). It is natural oil. The source isn't known but is probably from underground nearby - NOT from storage in the salt dome.
2. The salt dome cavern contained NORM which is much less radioactive than the depleted uranium used for ammunition and is not a concern.
3. The original cavern is at least 1300 ft more full that it should be so the consensus is that it has falled.
4. The original cavern (pre NORM) was up to 140 million cubic feet. The surface hole will somewhat smaller than a 1200 ft wide by 400 ft deep inverted cone. The current sinkhole looks like a car funnel with a conic top and a deep center. The hole will eventually be about 800 ft. in diameter because the current hole is too deep for its width (there is a hole in the center of the hole that has to fill up.)
5. This is a bayou - bayou is another word for swamp.

The nearby oil well blowout was unrelated, occurred in a sugarcane field, was between LA 1 and LA 996 on Route 70, went on for 3 weeks, and they burned the area to get rid of the oil (at least 20 areas is covered in ash). It was due to a BOP failure.

In one remote view I did, of the sinkhole
I saw the BP Macondo drill cut through a salt dome, and sea water started to sip
compromising the integrity of the dome

In another I viewed that all the domes are interconnected
and they are all dissolvingdamned.gif


I will accept the judgement of an oil company geologist that says otherwise but:

1. I blocked ENENEWS years ago so I wouldn't read and react to information that is provably untrue.

2. The official state geology report shows Louisiana to be essentially a layer cake that is shifted up or down every few miles. The layers misalign. The "it will eat its way in from macanudo 200 miles away" is unsupportable.

3. The Oxy Geismar No. 3 well in the Napoleonville was from what I can tell was less than 100 feet from the edge of the dome.

4. It took roughly 30 years to eat through the salt side wall. We will be pessimistic and say 4 feet per year.

5. (200*5280)/4 = 264,000. So, if all the layers were connected the effects from Macanudo would be felt in the next Epoch about a quarter of a million years from now when another species has taken over.

6. Oxy Geismar No. 1 may be 200 feet from the edge and they are going to do 3d seismology to find out.

7. If Oxy Geismar No. 1 cavern is another potential collapse problem and they fill it with well tailings there is no problem. Oxy Geismar No. 1 cavern when full isn't a cavern.
03-15-2013, 04:47 PM #50
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Quote: I blocked ENENEWS years ago so I wouldn't read and react to information that is provably untrue.

I took it a step further, for 10 bucks at radio shack I built a tazer into my keyboard when I go there, makes me shït my pants and it brings down drones. coffeetime.gif

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03-29-2013, 04:44 AM #51
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Latest update on the sinkhole.

The current hole is about about 13.25 acres. That is the equivalent of a 850 foot diameter hole and the south side appears to be still collapsing (lots of seismic activity).

Only 150 feet more to go (predicted size is 1000 feet).

http://assumptionla.wordpress.com/
The official word.

Seismic Monitor Data Online
http://folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu/heli_temp/



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