Bayou Corne Expanding, Fukushima Leaks

Radiation from Fukushima has deformed and killed 45% of all seal pups in California and the woes of that
ongoing contamination
are not about to end anytime soon.  They include a dramatic upswing in infant deaths in the United States
Fukushima
as well.
But our woes do not end there.
Louisiana's Bayou Corne is now the size of the Super Dome and growing and it only took months for Governor Bobby Jindal to pay attention.
Gas is being burnt off in an effort to avoid a huge catastrophic explosion but little else is being done to find a way to contain the ever growing sink hole. Texas Brine, according to some is merely trying to limit their liability.
Texas Brine is being pressured by Louisiana to pay a fair price for the hundreds of homes ruined and evacuated as a result of the sink hole caused by drilling.

toxins and gas in Bayou Corne
The Louisiana Weekly reports, "While Bayou Corne may be the biggest sinkhole in US history, it is only one of many that occurred where salt mining was done. In this process oil and other dangerous chemicals are stored in underground or underwater salt domes, which are natural formations."

This sink hole could actually spread for miles.

The saddest part of all this is that few are taking notice of it or even care.
You know,it seems to me that if you are given a gift like a beautiful super abundant  country, you  had better take care of it or  it might just be taken away.

6 comments:

  1. Very disturbing.

    I wonder just how much of this is not an accident. (you don't have to publish this, if you don't want)

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    1. It is extremely disturbing and it grows worse all the time.

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  2. Anonymous6:55 PM

    So, the government taxes us for the land and then gives mineral rights for it to others to dig it right out from under us.

    And we're supposed to tell them "thank you" and give them more powers over our lives?

    No thank you.

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    1. Frank Mercurio10:04 PM

      Exactly.

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  3. Anonymous1:02 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=DhJk6V-AnCw#!

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  4. Anonymous12:48 PM

    It's frightening that the salt domes go for miles and miles underground. That unsuspecting people miles away...

    It's important to remember that G-d runs the world. He is in charge. America if it isn't, should brace itself for Divine rebuke for its sins -- too many of which are to list here. I say this not as a hater of America. I love America. An image of the America I grew up in the 50's and 60''s. People for the most part were wholesome. G-d was front and center in public life and in our schools and conversations. We knew who the good guy was and the bad guy almost always lost. That being said the worst President in history was Roosevelt who refused to let Jews fleeing from slaughter land on our shores. I ache for the loss of goodness and for respect and admiration, the striving for goodness. America has embraced the anti-Hero, wickedness, debauchery and falsehood. It has as they say, become mainstream. Where is the responsible steward ship of " the land of fruited plain" that something like the Louisiana salt dome collapse has been allowed to go to this point of no-return? I think they said it is over 3,000 feet deep and they don't know the far reaches of it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3Dbx_dgUyE

    " From bondage to spiritual faith; from spiritual faith to courage; from courage to liberty; from liberty to abundance; from abundance to selfishness; from selfishness to apathy; from apathy to dependency; and from dependency back to bondage once more."

    ~Alexander Fraser Tytler

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