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Wednesday, October 3, 2012


Hi Everybody:

I want You to know that I came on the internet five years ago to make the World a better place for my Grandchildren. I wanted to learn of people all around the World and share life with All Nature Lovers. I have made so many friends and learned about so many places. I thank all of You-in my heart I hold You all.

I have prepared a video report on Sinkholes-so you can view the update in Louisiana and other places. Our Earth is going through very powerful changes. It is heating up and expanding. All the other planets in our system are heating up also. The events unfolding are not caused by Humans. The tectonic plates
are showing earthquakes on their borders all over the Globe 
(chart below). The plate India is part of had 2 Earthquakes last April that fractured this plate in the middle. Scientist believe it is in the process of splitting into two pieces. When this happens all other plates will move. Info below you can use to watch for your locations. 
The pole shift is in progress now.

The terrible crisis in Louisiana is forecast to get worse. There is much to blame the Oil companies for by their injecting all the hazardous chemicals into the salt domes. BP caused the chain of events that has been unfolding for 2 years and will result in disaster.
I choose to believe this was a huge accident of 5 human errors during the drilling. The company selected to hurry and save time and money over safety. They were advised the drilling was on top of a big prehistoric pocket of methane gas. They drilled anyway. In my opinion greed is the downfall for all the Oil People and that is all they are guilty of.


I know we have prepared as much as we can for what is happening.

I can only advise You to get away from the coast.  Time to go. 

Try to look at this site to see the map:

The Earthquake Update (today):
3.464km WSW of Larsen Bay, Alaska57.241°N154.888°W12.6
2.573km WNW of Talkeetna, Alaska62.448°N151.512°W107.2
2.955km SSE of Cantwell, Alaska62.911°N148.674°W82.6
4.3Off the coast of Oregon44.475°N128.814°W10.0
4.674km S of Unalaska, Alaska53.216°N166.719°W39.8
3.7143km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.684°N64.335°W33.0
2.865km ESE of Whittier, Alaska60.613°N147.537°W6.7
3.4137km N of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.635°N64.387°W7.0
3.4130km N of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.580°N64.407°W47.0
3.4140km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.637°N64.269°W18.0
3.837km S of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska51.552°N178.046°W5.0
4.157km NNE of La Paz, Mexico24.678°N110.179°W15.4
5.3281km NNW of Scott Island Bank, Antarctica65.008°S177.926°E16.6
3.4142km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.662°N64.273°W56.0
4.812km S of Roshtqal'a, Tajikistan37.142°N71.813°E138.9
3.4150km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.732°N64.250°W48.0
5.090km S of Pangai, Tonga20.607°S174.229°W3.1
5.114km ENE of Rangapara, India26.847°N92.788°E51.6
4.948km ENE of Kainantu, Papua New Guinea6.071°S146.248°E118.1
4.4132km W of Fiambala, Argentina27.498°S68.945°W79.6
5.293km NW of Curup, Indonesia2.876°S101.931°E116.6
4.8211km NNW of Saumlaki, Indonesia6.336°S130.286°E135.2
3.4120km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.457°N64.275°W8.0
4.589km WNW of Bengkulu, Indonesia3.632°S101.476°E57.5
3.5126km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.476°N64.164°W85.0
3.2143km NNE of Road Town, British Virgin Islands19.666°N64.235°W55.0
4.7111km E of Miyako, Japan39.774°N143.243°E29.8
5.155km ENE of `Ohonua, Tonga21.109°S174.474°W34.7
2.635km E of Pine Valley, California32.800°N116.154°W6.6
3.447km SSE of Punta Cana, Dominican Republic18.216°N68.175°W125.0
4.455km NE of Roshtqal'a, Tajikistan37.558°N72.321°E190.1
4.838km NE of Dharmsala, India32.461°N76.641°E12.6
4.135km E of Pine Valley, California32.805°N116.144°W10.5
2.7164km SW of Amatignak Island, Alaska50.251°N179.183°E30.2
5.114km NNW of Dumingag, Philippines8.293°N123.314°E41.1
2.61km ENE of Running Springs, California34.215°N117.090°W3.1
3.245km SE of Buldir Island, Alaska52.038°N176.335°E46.0
4.243km SSE of Attu Station, Alaska52.473°N173.398°E49.5
2.844km SE of Buldir Island, Alaska52.094°N176.423°E50.0
5.391km WSW of Neiafu, Tonga18.820°S174.836°W96.7
3.248km SSW of Lone Pine, California36.227°N118.322°W2.9
4.282km S of Korsakov, Russia45.897°N142.685°E342.6
2.544km ENE of Fritz Creek, Alaska59.818°N150.519°W60.3
3.122km NNW of Rincon, Puerto Rico18.513°N67.368°W19.0
2.637km SSE of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska51.559°N178.031°W4.8
4.8126km E of Miyako, Japan39.600°N143.424°E33.2
4.632km ESE of Oarai, Japan36.206°N140.937°E17.7

The Sinkhole Update



Published on Oct 2, 2012 by 
http://www.examiner.com/article/hydrocarbons-breaching-sinkhole-cavern-bottom... A VERY VERY BAD SCENARIO PLAYING OUT FOLKS ..!





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Louisiana Sinkhole Continues to "Eat Up" More 

Land - Sep. 26, 2012

Published on Sep 27, 2012 by 
http://sheilaaliens.net/?p=1192 "BAYOU CORNE, LA (WAFB) -
Officials reported another large section of land was swallowed up by the giant sinkhole in southeast Louisiana.

According to the Assumption Parish Police Jury, a chunk of land about 30 feet by 50 feet fell in on the southeast side of the sinkhole in Bayou Corne. That's about the size of a small three bedroom house.

Many trees and even part of the road collapsed into the massive "slurry."

Officials said it happened near the area where crews with Texas Brine are working.

They added the road that was damaged was built to park excavators while cleanup activities are taking place.

The police jury noted this area has never sloughed in before, as opposed to other areas that have sank into the hole.

Crews are continuing to run tests in the cavern of the abandoned salt dome below the sinkhole." read more:http://www.wafb.com/story/19645415/sinkhole-continues-to-eat-up-more-land



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Lake Peigneur sinkhole disaster

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Sinkhole drains entire lake and surrounding buildings into a salt mine shaft



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Texas 2008
Uploaded by  on May 9, 2008
Geologists said a 260-foot-deep sinkhole that grew to the length of three football fields over just two days seemed to be slowing down but that it could take months before it's clear whether surrounding areas are stable. (May 9)



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A large sinkhole has swallowed up oil field equipment and some vehicles in southeastern Texas and it continues to grow. There are no reports of injuries or home damage. (May 8)



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Huge Sinkhole in Suwannee County, Florida

Published on Jul 15, 2012 by 
The following CNN news video is about a huge sinkhole. It was uploaded to CNN's video Web pages on July 15, 2012. WTXL is the original source for this story, interview, and video.

Recently, Florida was hit hard with rain by Tropical Storm Debby. Many sinkholes formed throughout the state.

This particular sinkhole formed in a guy's pasture in Suwannee County, Florida. The owner's name is Chuck Matukaitis.

Chuck said that the area was flooded but that the water quickly disappeared into the sinkhole once it formed.

According to a geologist, the sinkhole formed because there was an underground spring below the pasture. Once the ground got wet, it caved in.

This sinkhole looks much bigger than most of the ones I have seen lately. It appears like it could be around 40 feet deep.


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Winter Park Florida Sinkhole (1981 / 2008)

Uploaded by  on Sep 16, 2008
Winter Park, Florida is a city just East of Orlando. Back in 1981, it gained national attention when a huge sinkhole formed within the city limits. A home and several expensive automobiles were swallowed up as the hole filled with water. During a period of record-low water levels in Florida's limestone aquifer, a massive sinkhole opened up near the corner of Denning Drive and Fairbanks Avenue. In a single day the hole widened to 320 feet (98 m) and to a depth of 90 feet (27 m), destroying an import car dealership, a public pool, and large portions of Denning Drive. In addition, the sinkhole "ate" an entire two-story home. The deepest part of the limestone cavern must have been directly under the house as not even the peak of the roof of the house could be seen after the sinkhole stabilized. Fortunately, no one was in the house at the time the cavern roof collapsed. City engineers managed to stabilize the sinkhole, which drew national attention and became a popular tourist attraction during the summer of 1981. A carnival-like atmosphere arose around the area, with vendors selling food, balloons, and t-shirts to visitors. Eventually the novelty wore off as the city repaired the damage and turned the sinkhole into a man-made lake. Winter Park sinkhole's notoriety is still unmatched.
I recently found a Betamax tape containing footage of the sinkhole as it formed in 1981. With so many years that have passed since the event, I decided to go back today and see what the famous Winter Park Sinkhole looks like.
Taped: May 1, 1981 / Sept 15, 2008



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over 693 new sinkholes appeared in China! [24 

Feb 2012]

Published on Feb 29, 2012 by 
Thousands of local residents were affected by the cover-collapse sinkholes that occurred in the Yuejia Town, Yiyang City of central China's Hunan Province.

Reportedly, as many as 693 collapses related with karst have been found as of February 24 in the town, which have resulted in damage to the locals' houses, farmlands, and riverbeds, and posed a threat to the safety and living condition of locals too.

check full articla at http://www.chinabuzz.net/picture/pictures-as-many-as-693-large-collapses-foun...



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South America





8 Amazing Holes


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Thanks for watching! Due to me recieving multiple compaints about the commenting being disabled on this video, I have decided to re-enable it. If you can be respectful you can be sure your comment will be approved. HATERS dont bother

...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek for the last time. I Love All of You on the Internet. 
Peace be with You.

Kylie Minogue - Should I Stay Or Should I Go 

[Intimate and Live Tour]

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The "Intimate & Live" tour set new benchmarks in pop concerts in Australia. Housed in small venues, the show ran for 24 dates around Australia, and three further dates in the UK. The complete tour setlist was eventually released on a double CD and video. A television special was aired on Channel 10. Two new Greatest Remix Hits compilations were released, this time showcasing some of the more elusive fan requested remixes, as well as the "Impossible Remixes" collection, featuring remixes by Todd Terry, Brothers In Rhythm, Sash and Junior Vasquez of some of the tracks from "Impossible Princess".



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Of course, one more great performance


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Music video by Leonard Cohen performing Hallelujah. (C) 2009 Sony Music Entertainment



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