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Louisiana Sinkhole Makes Waves!

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Published on Apr 15, 2013

LOUISIANA SINKHOLE NEWS UPDATE!!

The Louisiana sinkhole, which has now grown to 12 [NOW 22+] acres and threatens an additional 20+ acres, has recently done something remarkable--it is making waves! Tidal waves can be seen at the sinkhole, waves go in, then go out, just like at the beach. While some may say, "oh, so what?", the truth is that this is a significant development. Lakes do not normally have "tidal waves"--only oceans and seas AND bodies of water that are CONNECTED with them. What this means is that the sinkhole in Louisiana has now CONNECTED with the Gulf of Mexico by means of the salt dome AND the Louann salt layer which connects all of these salt domes and covers over 7 states.

Please find high ground soon, because once the New Madrid Earthquake is activated anyone who is living in that area OR within this Louann salt layer will be at risk of dying when the ground below them collapses.

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