Dear Blue Ribbons,

Please explain WHY THESE TREES ARE FALLING STRAIGHT DOWN.

LINK –  http://youtu.be/8hdCA_gEmjQ
Remember this Blue Ribbon report from April 5, 2013 and the drawings of the “witches hat”?

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Pomkiwi commented that is “hat” could not have allowed those trees to fall STRAIGHT DOWN. 
If this  CBI art were a real representation of the shape of Lake FUBAR the trees would simply have fallen over sideways. These trees were sucked STRAIGHT DOWN!

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14 thoughts on “Dear Blue Ribbons,

  1. At the Louisiana Sinkhole Bugle
    Dear Blue Ribbons,
    August 25, 2013 by flyingcuttlefish
    Please explain WHY THESE TREES ARE FALLING STRAIGHT DOWN.

    My comment
    It look like one more storage cavern in the salt dome is Collapsing or you could say failed.
    https://lasinkhole.wordpress.com/

    ASSUMPTION PARISH (3)
    Published on Feb 6, 2013

  2. hey, very good question….heres a pic to think about, what if the hole isnt “hat” shaped at all but more like this around the edges:

    …what if the perimeter is actually not a gentle slope but, a “shelf” or more precisely a ledge waiting to break and shear off, it might explain the 100′ trees dropping straight down….just something to think about….

    • oh, and if sonar actually shows a cone, could it be just the soil and debris that lightly settled into that shape, what if the rim of the lake isn’t the edge of the sinkhole. Imagine the above pic filled to the brim with water/oil/toxics, the ledge surrounded by 100′ cypress trees with mud and debris extending below and much further behind the surface perimeter…..

      am i describing it well? trying to make a clear description…

    • I was thinking that same thing.
      A thin edge being eaten away at the bottom.
      ATTENTION TEXAS BRINE: There’s a new fangled thing called a submersible exploration robot that goes underwater with a camera, sonar etc. these days. They advertise them in all the marine trade magazines.

  3. A few weeks ago a gentleman measured a great depth with a survey tape and a weight, somewhat proving how sonar is fooled by reflecting off false surfaces, I don’t recall how that was officially addressed, was there a follow up or explanation?

    Again, if the perimeter is solid like the above pic but a few hundred feet below desolved soil and debris expands out underneath a perimeter shelf/ledge, sonar wouldn’t show anything unusual or even accurate, would it?

  4. OK, here’s an interesting device: re: density of mud layer

    Quote, ‘Accurate depth profiling is an essential part of hydrographic surveying.

    A shipping channel may be deeper than it looks if there is a layer of silt or fluid mud above the seabed. The only way to determine the true navigable depth of the channel is to measure the density of the mud.

    The MudBug is a “plug and play” marine density meter which connects directly to a PC or laptop. Powered entirely through its USB connection to the PC, it is the first device of its kind to be fully portable.

    The multifunctional transducer incorporates density, pressure (depth) and temperature sensors plus interface electronics. Measurements are output continuously as digital data, allowing density/depth profiling in real time.

    http://www.muddensity.com/index.html

    • there’s all kinds of stuff they may not be utilizing….
      as far as I can tell their whole approach is a big fat publicity BS campaign. Secretly, a bunch of real science may be going on. At Los Alomos.

      • Sandia National Laboratory is all hooked up the Manhattan Project and nuke waste issues as are the facilities (better known) at Los Alomos.
        We have been speculating here if the conflicting stories about amounts of rad waste stored below Lake FUBAR are due to error or deliberate… to cover up illegal waste storage.
        No proof. Just us commenting away.

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