The Gulf Had Another Large Oil Leak-Did You Hear About It?

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    “The water in underground aquifers has been heavily pumped by irrigation farmers which has lowered the water levels by 100 feet, and as a result created a partial vacuum in the aquifers. The aquifers lie beneath the H-P Natural Gas Reserve. The vacuum from the removed water consequently sucks all the “replacement” water the energy companies have been pumping into America’s natural gas reserve for the purpose of extracting gas, to fill the void in the aquifer.

    As a result, a partial vacuum is then created in our natural gas reserves, which in turn draws air (oxygen) into the reserves from the surface of the earth, mostly through vent pipes created in the drilling process, effectively converting our gas reserves into an extremely volatile bomb made of natural gas and oxygen.”

  2. Question: Why are the powers that be continuing to allow the destruction of the environment when they and their children must live in the mess as well as the rest of us? and the most recent pics of the Lake Fubar I coud find are from this time LAST year – is that correct or am I blink? Thanks.

  3. This two earthquakes did a lot of shaking on the sinkhole recorders

    M6.1 – Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
    depth=10.0 km (6.2 mi)
    Date & time 2016-06-21 16:26:34 (UTC)

    M4.9 – Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
    depth=10.0 km (6.2 mi)
    Date & time 2016-06-21 16:12:54 (UTC)

    Sinkhole recorders

  4. Project Orion:
    Its Life, Death, and Possible Rebirth

    Project Orion Nuclear Propulsion – 1950s Tests | Unclassified Video
    Raw footage of early “nuclear pulse propulsion” tests aimed at inexpensive interplanetary travel; essentially nuclear bombs driving spacecraft via Newton’s laws. 1963’s Test Ban Treaty damped further experimentation.

    SPECIAL WEBCAST: Ever wondered how NASA plans to fly astronauts to Mars? You can find out on June 23rd and 24th, when the Coca-Cola Space Science Center visits Cape Canaveral for a live webcast about NASA’s new Space Launch System. Special guests will be announced later today.

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