Mary Greeley Reports –
It happened near San Antonio
LINK – http://youtu.be/5_m7eFhGbl0
Huge Sinkholes in Wink, Texas Engulfing Town – Exclusive Footage –
View starts after 9 min. –
LINK – http://youtu.be/4GiOxYc2LOI
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH 508 IN
EFFECT UNTIL 5 AM CST WEDNESDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS
IN LOUISIANA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 15 PARISHES
IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA
ASCENSION ASSUMPTION EAST BATON ROUGE
EAST FELICIANA IBERVILLE LIVINGSTON
POINTE COUPEE ST. HELENA ST. JAMES
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST ST. TAMMANY TANGIPAHOA
WASHINGTON WEST BATON ROUGE WEST FELICIANA
Donald Trump and America’s wetland
President Trump, who says he wants to address our deplorable infrastructure, could start with saving our coastal infrastructure, which aids both the environment and our energy economies.
Five previous presidents came into office with little knowledge that one of the nation’s biggest environmental disasters was awaiting their action at the mouth of the Mississippi River. As each in turn would learn, the continued loss of coastal Louisiana to erosion and encroaching tides could easily mean disaster for the U.S. economy. Soon President-elect Trump will come face-to-face with this issue, and time will tell if he will try to wait out the consequences as some others have done, or embrace the issue as part of his advocacy to restore America’s crumbling infrastructure. . . .
An earthquake that rocked the nation’s oil storage hub at Cushing, Okla., a week ago has pushed Oklahoma regulators to shut more of the wells used to dispose of wastewater from drilling, which scientists have tied to increased seismic activity in areas near oil and gas fields.
Texas, however, is moving more slowly to regulate the disposal of drilling wastewater, which is produced by the millions of gallons in hydraulic fracturing operations and pumped into deep wells. . . .
REMAINING BAYOU CORNE HELICORDERS
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|NOV. 4||Shows seismic activity|
|NOV. 4||BROKEN – shows flatline|
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|NOV. 4||BROKEN – all fuzz|
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Manufactured Louisiana Flood 08-14-16
LINK – http://youtu.be/D1qDiF3n9L0
Some of the rain reports were posted here as well as in the comments to the post.
Then a few weeks later this hurricane took a strange path . . .
Oct. 4 – Hurricane Matthew Getting Huge
Strontium Milks – Hurricane Matthew Third Eye Latest Track East Coast FL, GA, SC, NC 50 Foot Waves
LINK – http://youtu.be/zjyjdTgeigw
The storm was going to hit land over Jamaica but instead it went west all the way to the east point of Haiti and even then it didn’t go north. It did an odd pause over the the water in the channel gaining strength. Then it smacked into east Haiti.
BPEarthwatch Oct. 2 and 3 videos (many more on the web showing the strange path) —
LINK – http://youtu.be/AOR3hB86_TA
LINK – http://youtu.be/aqgbdFd0ziQ
Do these event have to do with manipulating oil prices, shutting down rigs etc. or dumping all sorts of toxic waste/rad waste under cover of flooding? Is the motive worse than that if they were engineered events?
Nature can take a strange course in the Gulf after the BP Spill and all that Corexit spraying. But those electric plants in the first video don’t look normal. They look like proof of weather modification.
Scientists recently discovered a secret, otherworldly “brine pool” at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico. But while it might look enticing and magical, you definitely don’t want to go scuba diving in it.
“It’s warm, but super-salty,” biogeochemist Scott Wankel told the science website Seeker, adding that its 65-degree temperature often lures poor, unsuspecting crabs and other bottom feeders looking for food. “When they fall in, they die and get pickled and preserved.”
The so-called “Jacuzzi of despair” — located 3,300 feet underwater — is a surprisingly pretty “living mat of bacteria and salt deposits.” The water contained within the brine pool’s perimeter is about four to five times saltier than the surrounding gulf, creating a killer solution that forms an “underwater cauldron of toxic chemicals,” including methane gas and hydrogen sulfide. . . (more)
Is it related to all that ordinance dumped in the Gulf by the military after WWII?
“The biggest fuel pipeline in the U.S. shut its mainlines Monday after an explosion and fire in Alabama that killed at least one person. Gasoline futures surged and U.S. refiner stocks gained.
Colonial Pipeline Co., which carries refined products to New York Harbor from Houston, shut the lines for the second time in two months. A contract crew working miles from the site of a Sept. 9 spill ran into the pipeline with a trackhoe, igniting gasoline and causing a fire . . . “
OPINION: Oct. 28 headline – Exxon reveals it may lose reserves; Earnings fall to five-year low
… then Oct. 31 the guy ‘back up into a pipeline’ sending prices higher ….