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Old 27-07-2010, 11:07 PM   #21
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Two of 'em in Tennessee:

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SEVIERVILLE - Two sinkholes discovered Monday morning, one on westbound Interstate 40 in Roane County and another along State Route 66 in Sevier County, both have been repaired, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

The sinkhole near mile marker 344.5 in the right-hand lane of westbound I-40 was excavated by maintenance crews. Caused by a strong underground water flow, the weakness was discovered to be 17 feet deep and nearly 9 feet in diameter.

The sinkhole was filled with rock and concrete and paved over this morning. All the westbound lanes were reopened by 3 p.m.

The sinkhole in Sevier County opened in a turn lane along northbound State Route 66. Crews discovered a leak in a water line about 25 feet underground that contributed to the hole.
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Old 27-07-2010, 11:09 PM   #22
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Another one in Wisconsin:
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JANESVILLE, Wis. (WTAQ) - A large sinkhole was created today on Highway 51 north of Janesville. It’s the result of last weekend’s heavy rains and floods.

State DOT officials said traffic on 51 was closed in both directions late this morning from Highway 14 to Rock County Trunk “M,” about seven miles to the north.

The State Patrol suggests using Highways 14 and 26 as a detour. Rock County highway officials are working to fix the sinkhole and they said the highway could re-open later today.

The DOT did not say when the road might re-open. Last Thursday in Milwaukee, the rains created a sinkhole 20 feet deep and 40 feet wide. City officials say it might take six weeks to plug up that hole, which swallowed an SUV.
http://www.wtaq.com/news/articles/20...ar-janesville/
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Old 27-07-2010, 11:11 PM   #23
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HOOVER, AL (WBRC) - The Alabama Department of Transportation said it hopes to have the sinkhole on I-65 fixed by the end of the week.

Traffic in Hoover and Pelham has been snarled for most of the month as crews work to fix the damage.

Alabama Department of Transportation spokesman Tony Harris said Friday sinkholes remain a problem for North Alabama with limestone deposits. Repair crews have worked on the problem for most of the three weeks
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Old 27-07-2010, 11:11 PM   #24
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Upstate New York:
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Oswego, NY--Traffic is being diverted this morning around Lake Street and West Third Street in Oswego while city crews repair a potential sinkhole in the road, police said.

The eastbound lane of Lake Street is closed from West Second Street to West Fourth Street until Monday.
http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.s...traffic_a.html
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Old 29-07-2010, 12:54 AM   #25
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Great thread yass.

I'm really interested in the fact that so many of these incidents are occurring since the Gulf of Mexico oil thing kicked off. I cannot help thinking that there is some kind of 'connection' to all these events. 'Man' has, predominantly, been interested in removing from the earth what he can profit from and has little interest in going beyond that point to discover any implications. Today we are being forced to witness the results of that disinterest. Scary, yet very, interesting times to be living through.
Elixersoo, you're so right. Perhaps the oil has been contained much like a bag of liquid and has been the foundation supporting the Earth upon it. Now that the bag has been ruptured it is leaving a hollow.

Whatever layers of crust over that oil are now hollow veins and caverns without the pressure of the oil to support them and are susceptible to collapse.

It appears that most of these sinkhole events have been in the Eastern half of the US and in Central America.

There is one sinkhole report from China, and recently a disastrous oil spill in China. One man died from that I never posted the story. Only in China, the sinkhole happened before the oil spill.
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Old 29-07-2010, 05:22 PM   #26
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Is this a sign of tectonic plates shifting? I honestly dont know what can cause such an event to happen.......Perhaps land mass changing also? maybe they are the result of the earth moving into a new ice age and the hemisphere's changing over.....I read somewhere that
landmass actually shift when a new ice age comes in.

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Is this a sign of tectonic plates shifting? I honestly dont know what can cause such an event to happen.......Perhaps land mass changing also? maybe they are the result of the earth moving into a new ice age and the hemisphere's changing over.....I read somewhere that
landmass actually shift when a new ice age comes in.
I think about that story Socrates passed on about Atlantis. He said in a single day and night of misfortune, Atlantis sunk under the ocean. If Atlantis did indeed exist which it may very well have, I wonder if things like this were occurring proceeding the event.

I have a thread in the Free Thinkers forum based on an article about Earth's crust collapsing under oil spill wreckage... to which I added info about the "DARPA - PROJECT PEGASUS" disclosure in which Mexican children were used as guinea pigs to travel in time to view the future (later American kids).
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During this time frame, he said he witnessed an accident in which a boy's feet were sheared off after he was teleported. He also talked about how the teleportation technology could be used for time travel, and the development of "chronovisors" which allowed holographic recordings to be made of historically significant events such as the crucifixion of Jesus, and the signing of the US Constitution. In one chronovisor recording of the future he was able to witness in 1971, he described seeing the US Supreme Court building under 100 ft. of brackish water in the year 2013, suggesting that the entire Eastern seaboard will be flooded.
I also added a map that I'd posted about in another thread wondering why the US government owned so much property in the West.


Since then, the oil spill, these sink holes... and it makes me wonder.

If anyone's curious:

Earth's crust collapsing under oil spill wreckage; cavern the size of Mt. Everest could result in a killer tsunami

http://s6.zetaboards.com/Free_Thinkers/topic/8641809/1/
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Old 30-07-2010, 02:11 AM   #28
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Greensboro Woman Finds Sinkhole In Backyard

Created: 7/28/2010 8:16:30 PM Updated: 7/28/2010 11:22:24 PM








Greensboro, NC-- A Greensboro woman is looking for answers after discovering that part of her backyard caved in, forming a large sinkhole.

Ariel Kelly, said she was in her backyard near Holden Road Tuesday and everything was fine. Kelly said she went outside Wednesday and notice something odd. When she got closer she realized it was a giant hole.

Kelly called the fire department and said the firefighters who responded told her they had never seen anything like that before. They called the City of Greensboro.

City workers put up a temporary caution fence and said they will come back Thursday to investigate. They aren't yet sure what caused the hole to form.

Kelly has three small children and said she is most concerned for their safety. She said she and the kids like spending time and playing in their backyard.

Stay tuned to WFMY News 2 and digtriad for updates.

Story & Video (I'd love to post video here but not able to)

http://www.digtriad.com/news/most_po...9&provider=top
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Old 30-07-2010, 02:31 AM   #29
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Cern's manmade strangelets and micro black holes turning earth into a massive block of swiss cheese or stray tachyons passing through the earth.
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@yass

good theory but didnt these holes appear in china also?
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good theory but didnt these holes appear in china also?
Yes, true.

I've been looking at recent sinkhole events, a couple of which are from broken water pipes, at least they think that's probably what it is, and one is from an old well (that was unknown) caving in... interesting story.

I then went to Christian Science Monitor page and found a slide show of Sinkholes from around the world. Interesting also. It goes back to about 2007 and I think two of the pictures/captions are 2007 events.
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Large sinkhole patched in Arlington

August 1, 2010

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/dai...d_in_arli.html



Loma Linda water leak causes sinkholes

08/01/2010

http://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/news/ci_15648702



Milwaukee sinkhole that gobbled car, stoplight: Will it grow?


July 23, 2010

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2010/07...t-Will-it-grow



Sinkholes around the world

June 1, 2010

Events, 2007 - date of publication. Slideshow, pictures, captions.

http://www.csmonitor.com/CSM-Photo-G...ound-the-world



Sink hole opens on city road

Sunday, August 1, 2010

http://www.thesunchronicle.com/artic...ws/7757639.txt



Family drives into sink hole in Holyoke

Saturday, 31 Jul 2010

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http://media2.wwlp.com/video/critica...8be5d662bd.flv

http://www.wwlp.com/dpp/news/local/F...ole-in-Holyoke



MSD working to close massive sinkhole

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/m...7a4a78c22.html



Man rescued from well that opened underfoot

Jul 31, 2010

Story
http://articles.lancasteronline.com/local/4/271902

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http://articles.lancasteronline.com/.../Well_Rescue_3
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Man falls into Brooklyn sinkhole

Tuesday, August 03, 2010


EAST NEW YORK (WABC) -- A man fell into a large sinkhole in Brooklyn.

It happened around 6:30 p.m. at Liberty and Schenck Avenues in East New York.

The man fell about 7 feet inside the hole.

He managed to get out and was taken to Brookdale Hospital in serious but stable condition.

The NYPD has shut down the street, and the Department of Transportation is also on the scene.

http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?se...cal&id=7591074
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Family in pool when sinkhole opens up

Updated: Friday, 13 Aug 2010, 8:14 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 12 Aug 2010, 10:21 PM EDT


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CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (WIVB) - Where did all the water go? That's what a Cheektowaga family wants to know after the backyard swimming pool drained itself dry in a matter of minutes.

Carrie Craven said, "What do I do? What do I do with the big hole in my yard and my kids and my dog and how are we, what are we going to do?"

Lots of questions after the Craven family had the fun literally sucked out of summer last week when a sinkhole opened up under their pool, sucking out all the water while children were swimming.

"They were yelling, "Get out of the pool! Get out of the pool!" Because we didn't know if it was going to fall down, if the whole pool was gonna sink underneath us," described Carrie.

Every drop of water gushed out, flooding the yard, and then disappearing into the hole.

Carrie said, "I was concerned because my son is only 3-years-old. If he was in the pool and he didn't get out, he could have went down there. He would have fit in that hole."

Everyone is safe, but really missing the pool. Cheektowaga has sent out a town engineer, a sewer inspector, and a pool code enforcer. Utilities inspectors have been there, too. Nobody knows what's down that hole, but they suspect an abandoned well or a septic tank. The next step?

"I guess I've got to start digging. I already started digging inside the pool. And I spoke with the town and he says you don't want to start digging deeper than four feet with a shovel and I said, "I'm already past six feet and I haven't hit anything yet,"" said Bryan Craven.

Bryan says he can't afford a backhoe, so for now he's doing it all by hand.

Bryan explained, "I want to fill the hole in with stone or something. I just want to make sure it's safe. If it gives way again, I don't want anybody in the pool to possibly drown if they go down that hole. That's the main concern is safety."

http://www.wivb.com/dpp/news/erie/Fa...pens-up?hpt=T2


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here's the reason "Craven's Curse

Location: Hamstead Marshall (Berkshire) - Morewood House
Type: Curse
Date / Time: Still active in twentieth century
Further Comments: A curse placed on the Craven family by a pregnant servant girl who was kicked out of the household states that no earl will survive beyond their fifty-eighth year. The family sold the house to try to rid them of the ill fortune during the late twentieth century."
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Sinkholes open up in Fore Ranch

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18-foot sinkhole opens up in Long Beach backyard

http://www.latimes.com/news/la-sinkh...ntent=My+Yahoo
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Crews work to fill in a sinkhole near the 12th hole at
Buffalo Valley Golf Course in Unicoi. The sinkhole was
55 feet long, 35 feet wide and 30 feet deep.


Crews work to fill massive sinkhole

UNICOI — Golfers tend to prefer silent surroundings when going for the greens.

But those teeing off on the 12th hole at Buffalo Valley Golf Course on Thursday would have no such luxury. The air was filled with the sounds of dump trucks and excavators hauling and depositing rocks and gravel as crews continued work to fill a large sinkhole nearby.

The sinkhole, located near the intersection of Buffalo Ridge Road and Fairway Point, first appeared last Friday. That evening, citizens in the proximity of this intersection lost water pressure and the Unicoi Water Utility District was dispatched, said Unicoi County Road Superintendent Terry Haynes.

Upon arrival, water department employees noticed a small hole in the ground by a nearby light pole and heard hissing, Haynes said. That small hole quickly turned into an opening nearly 15 feet wide and around 10 feet deep.

“It probably sucked about 12 to 14 tons of dirt and rock out of the earth that we don’t have no idea where it went to,” Haynes said.

Since then, the sinkhole has grown further. Haynes said crews began excavation to clean the hole out, but found a cavern running around 35 feet. Once this cavern was dug out, crews found another cavern running approximately 20 feet back, he said.

“So we’ve got a total of a 55-feet long and 35-feet wide and 30-feet deep hole is what we ended up with,” Haynes said.

Engineers from Tysinger, Hampton & Partners and a geologist were brought to the site to give their assessment of what may have occurred beneath the road that lead to the sinkhole, Haynes said, adding that small holes have occurred occasionally on the north end of the county for the past 15 years.

“This is not an unusual sight on this end of the county,” Haynes said.

Still, those hardly compare with what crews are now faced with, Haynes said.

“I guess this is probably the biggest hole that I can ever remember that we’ve had to come in a roadway,” he said.

Initial plans were to fill the hole with gravel, but this changed following the assessment from engineers, Haynes said. Thursday, crews attempted to plug the hole with a combination of gravel and boulders averaging between two and four tons in weight.

“It’s like filling a tooth,” Haynes said. “We went in and dug all the crevices out, all the openings, and went back in and filled it with these big boulders and then put small gravel around it to fill the voids so it won’t be washing out anymore.”

Haynes said there are a total of eight homes affected by the road closure necessary to fill the hole. A temporary road has been put in for the homes located from the point of the sinkhole to the end of Buffalo Ridge Road, which is a dead end road. Others will temporarily utilize a private driveway to get in and out of the area, Haynes said.

http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/News...e.php?ID=78898
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Clackamas County officials dig Moses the camel out of a sink hole in Oregon City

Published: Wednesday, September 15, 2010, 8:15 AM



Clackamas County officials had an exotic — and unusual — assignment involving a camel, a sink hole and Oregon City.

The camel went into the hole and firefighters got it out.

Oh, and the camel’s name is Moses.

It’s the pet of the family in the 15700 block of South Maplelane Road in Oregon City. They called 9-1-1 at about 9:40 Tuesday night, saying one of their camels had fallen into a sink hole about 6-feet deep and might be injured. Members of the Clackamas Fire District #1 and the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office arrived to find Moses, who weighs 1,500 pounds, stuck up to his shoulders in a muddy hole.

They had to call in more resources and spent hours digging the creature out of its predicament.

Once dragged out of the hole, Moses took about an hour to stand and slowly walk back to the barn. A vet checked him out and found he had no obvious injuries.

Moses will be fine, they said.

http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-cit...sink_hole.html
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Wow, I have some catching up to do... big time (really).

I turned this up when doing Giant research:
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The National Geographic article continues: “It wasn’t until 1992, after decades of fruitless exploration, that scientists finally made headway. Using space-based radar imagery, they detected ancient caravan tracks that converged near modern-day Shisr in southwest Oman. Their excavations uncovered a large octagonal fortress with thick walls standing ten feet (three meters) high, along with eight towers at its corners. Greek, Roman, and Syrian pottery shards discovered in the ruins – the oldest dating from 4,000 years ago – suggested the site was indeed an important trading center. The fact that the city seemed to have met with a rather cataclysmic end – much of it fell into a sinkhole created by the collapse of an underground limestone cavern – was compelling evidence to suggest that this was indeed the fabled city of Ubar.”
Sometime ago I posted about Earth's crust collapsing under oil spill wreckage and I just checked it and it isn't the reference I recall about there being a salt crust around the oil... ah, did a quick search and here I found it.

Say you had a huge water bed mattress full of water laid down and a ton of salt and then you had other different rocks and materials of various size and height placed on top of and around those mattresses then some layers of soil on top creating valleys and hills. A crust hardens around those mattresses and finally this has become a foundation upon which you build. Then someone comes along and drills holes down into the layers and the water seeps out of the mattress. Everything is still standing. In various places there is less crust between the ground and the empty pocket, which is now vacated of liquid pressure, and in those places where there is less between the pocket and the surface, the ground caves in creating a sinkhole. Eventually, say with the event of an Earthquake or torrential rains or even an explosion, if it's big enough, all of the ground, the buildings, the cars, the trees, and the people, the animals, and the babies... all fall down into the sinkhole.

Not a good scenario.

I can't say it will happen but I'm inclined to think that it's not a matter of if it will, but when it will.

It certainly is looking possible, potential.

The following reports won't be in chronological order. I can't open enough tabs to hold them all. I thought since I last posted there just must not have been any sinkholes since usually an Earthchanges group I belong to posts about them and then I collect them up and bring them here. I hadn't seen any posted and double checked there in a search and didn't find much and thought I'd search the news specifically for sinkholes and found more than I expected.

Reminds me of a song...



Ring around the rosies,
pocketful of posies.
ashes, ashes
We all fall down!

Wow. I was just looking in . It's amazing how many languages this song is sung in...

I wonder why only the United States says "ashes, ashes"
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Severn Sinkhole May Take Days To Repair

September 30, 2010



BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. -- A large sinkhole is affecting traffic on Gambrills Road in Severn and was one of at least three sinkholes reported after Thursday's heavy rain.

The sinkhole formed at Antrim Drive. Officials told 11 News reporter Kim Dacey that it could take several days to repair the road.

Baltimore County crews on Friday morning repaired a 3-foot by 5-foot sinkhole on Belair Road at Old Forge Road. Police had announced at 11 p.m. Thursday that the road was closed.

Another sinkhole was reported at Bird River Road and Middle River Road in Baltimore County.

To find out more about the sinkholes and other storm cleanup throughout the state, watch team coverage from Lowell Melser and Rob Roblin above.

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