Gov’t Expert: “Get your homes checked… The sinkhole’s changing, the gas is changing” — New flyover footage shows changes (VIDEOS)

Published: November 15th, 2012 at 7:08 am ET


Title: 11/13/12 Resident Briefing
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Uploaded Date: Nov 14, 2012

At ~11:30 in

Geologist Gary Hecox: Right now you need to get your homes checked.


The conditions are changing out there.

The sinkhole’s changing. The gas is changing.

Watch yesterday’s flyover footage of the giant sinkhole here

Published: November 15th, 2012 at 7:08 am ET


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32 comments to Gov’t Expert: “Get your homes checked… The sinkhole’s changing, the gas is changing” — New flyover footage shows changes (VIDEOS)

  • markww markww

    I found some information that may be of interest as to the earth problems we are facing. Some people online at other sites are blaming Climate change being part of the sinkhole problem. I found a news article just published that Climate Change sopped 16 years ago with proof.

    **Also in the video of the fly over I saw something that had me thinking the water from the hole spread over a mile both sides of the sink and up and down the pipeline systems. ITS BIG and getting bigger.

    **I would not clear cut trees let them fall into the hole and get sucked in it helps stabilize the clay materials so pressures would not blow at 80 PSI. The trees are acting like a cap.


    • dosdos dosdos

      If global warming has stopped, then why is the average temperature of Earth still rising?

      • markww markww

        Found this online this morning good article may explain allot of weather problems

        Destructive weather patterns and HAARP Scientists say possible connection

      • PurpleRain PurpleRain

        I don't believe it has stopped or paused. Not with all the record-breaking heat waves just last summer. Sounds like more junk-science to confuse people to me.

        • richard richard

          @PurpleRain, good to see there are some people around with their thinking caps still on.

          It's getting scarey living in a world with this much obfuscation and denial. Not sure who can be trusted anymore with truth.

      • amberlight amberlight

        I guess the Medieval Optimum was the result of all those freeways clogged with CO2 snorting horses back in the Middle Ages…

        • amberlight amberlight

          Sorry, got interrupted…

          Point of my post being: There are so many factors involved in climate change, including what humans are doing, that simplistic conclusions don't wash (except with flim-flam men like Al Whore… I mean, Gore). The notion that human activity has caused massive greenhouse gas generation and that the chief culprit is carbon dioxide is untenable. The amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is minimal, compared to water vapor, and the percentage of CO2 attributable to humans is laughably minuscule.

          There is much more evidence of climate extremes pre-dating the industrial revolution. The biggest problem with climate hysteria is that other serious issues, such as industrial toxins and nuclear radiation, tend to be ignored—deliberately by the powers that be—and the best "remedies" that opportunists like Gore can offer are global carbon taxes and Cap & Scam… I mean, Trade, which translates to obscene profits for a select few while developing nations go begging and industrialized nations are reduced to 3rd world living standards

          • richard richard

            i've said it before. climate change deniers, haarpers and chemtrailers are tarred with the same brush.

            it's a campaign of denial and obfuscation.

            perpetuatd by prison planet and there devotees.

            i suspect their agenda is they want to keep comsuming fossil fuels and running around in their SUV/4WD tanks.

            Drill, Burn, Consume.

            • Anthony Anthony

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              • richard richard

                Thanks Anthony. I'm not saying weather control may not be occuring.

                What I am stating is that I notice the common thread amongst the climate change deniers and the supporters of chemtrails and haarp for 'weather/earthquake/sinkholes/nukes/insert latest fanciful fad here' manipulation.

                By denying the first, the latter become 'plausible' in some peoples eyes. If we face up to the fact that spewing out carbon and other pollutants is a bad idea, then, again, the latter subjects become disconnected from the argument.

                Bottomline, I've clearly seen the package several times in peoples writings. They are trying to disown climate change for whatever reason, and at the same time, push some crazy agenda to try to explain the abberations that are surrounding us.

                Frankly, I think it's just from a poor education, with limited skills in discerning chaff from truth.


              always good critiques from you, richard. I was just listening to John Stadtmiller complaining how conspiracies are being used to obfuscate the real issues.

              I walk out my door every morning and look up to count what can't be denied as chem-trails. Yet, you won't hear me go about them (or other conspiracies) because it's far more important that we focus on how these conspirators get away with such violations. When people learn to exercise their independent political will, they just might have a chance at reigning-in these rouge government elements. otherwise, it becomes (as we're now witnessing all about us) a game of whack-a-mole! If the people cannot reinstate rule of law, it won't matter how many conspiracies are uncovered, as no one will be capable of standing against these law breakers. But alas, I fear such logic eludes the more passionate, amongst us…

              • richard richard

                thanks AFTERSHOCK, and I don't mean to fly in the face of your choice of beliefs.

                But I certainly agree with you about the distractions and obfuscation.

                I've tried to explain it before. If we can just get on with the tangible, proveable and 'mainstream – ie accessiblible to a conventional audience' we might have a chance of making change.

                But if the stories are too far fetched, the general public will not listen. They will scoff at the craziness and continue with the status quo.

                We need to keep level, to keep contemporary, to accessibility. If I don't believe the haarpers and chemers, then all of my friends and family are guaranteed not to listen. I can state that quite clearly. If I was to talk chemtrails I would be laugh out of the family house, laughed out of my friends house. And then they'll never listen to me when I want to warn them about nuke poisons surrounding us.

                I believe you said it yourself, pick you internet battles.. I've choosen to stick as close to mainstream/contemporary as I can, while still seeking truth.

              • richard richard

                hi AS, any links on this 'John Stadtmiller', I'd like to read what he has to say obout dis-information and obfuscation.

                It's clearly a weapon of choice amongst the nukers and certainly other 'groups' are using the same 'tools'.

                We need to be better armed in order to recognise and stop confusinformation.


                  Takes a few 'sessions' to get accustomed to his views. But I have to say, he one of the few political commentators that you'll encounter that understands the law and what's happening out here. Some would consider him hardcore. I find him to be well tempered in his views. Unfortunately, I have a feeling he's under tremendous financial strain and possibly in the process of getting out of broadcasting. What-with Ron Paul's coming retirement, there won't be many intelligent voices left out here, should he shut-down RBN…


                  Monday – Friday 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CST


      • amberlight amberlight

        "If global warming has stopped, then why is the average temperature of Earth still rising?"

        According to whose data? I can cherry pick with the best of them! F'rinstance, according to the records:

        In Mendocino County, California, the record summer temperature (July 1 through Aug 7, cuz I didn't feel like wading through any more data) was 114 deg F… in 1908! There were several records in 2006 & 2008, highest being 112. By far the bulk of the record temps exceeding 100 deg occurred in the first third of the 20th century. The rest were mostly scattered randomly throughout the rest of the century.

    • guezilla

      In a chaotic system like the climate, there's high variation from year to year as even the esteemed scientific journal "Daily Mail"'s data shows. Cherry-picking your data, drawing a line from one of the local maximums to one of the local minimums or vice versa can give any result desired. Fitting a trend-line to Daily Mail's cherry-picked data will still show a rising trend.

      Or, looking at actual data like it's clear that there have been periods of up to 15 years with lowering average temperature in the early 1900-century. Since 1980 these dips are still visible but not nearly as prominently, and not enough to keep the average rising.

      Or, to have the official denials:

    • FukuYou FukuYou

      You need to get out of the house and make some friends.

  • jec jec

    What about evacuation? Is it just the "revenue"..the costs to the governnment?. IF it is so safe, let the scientists RENT the homes and live there..

  • markww markww


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    BP is expected to pay up to $5 billion in penalties and an undisclosed number of staffers are expected to face criminal charges related to the oil well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico two years ago, a source familiar with the case said. The Justice Department is expected to make an announcement later today.
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  • JHewes76 JHewes76

    5 Billion. Is that the going rate for ending human lives, and destroying the earth? Besides.. that's probably pocket change for them 😐

  • PhilipUpNorth PhilipUpNorth

    Continuing OT discussion: BP pays $7.8 billion to US government. Largest fine ever.

    On Topic: Getting less and less informtion with less and less footage from fewer and fewer flyovers. Now that all trees are dead, the water in the woods is visable.

  • JHewes76 JHewes76

    Ohhh, ok . That fixes everything! Let's go about our business people 😉

  • MaidenHeaven MaidenHeaven

    What is the brown *sludge that shows clearly in this video? It is also from Nov. 14/2012

    • davidh7426 davidh7426

      I suspect mostly oil, plus a dash of other contaminants to add flavour.

      This might explain – "Oil isn't always black, even when it hasn't been mixed with water. Crude oil—that's the unrefined stuff that comes out of the well—can be transparent, yellow-green, reddish, amber, brown, or black, depending on its composition. So-called "light crude," in which the hydrocarbons are mostly free of contaminants, tends toward the lighter end of the scale (naturally). Heavy crude often takes a dark brown or black color on account of the metals mixed in." –

      Though the thought of 'metals' being mixed with the oil is disturbing, especially as we don't know which ones, nor how toxic they are.

    • davidh7426 davidh7426

      …the color has only recently started to change, which leads me to think that we may now have a NEW player entering the game, what it is & where it's coming is worrying as we know so little about the situation other than what we can see from these flyovers & pics that they spoon-feed us on a somewhat intermittent basis.

      As for the other things we are told we're expected to take them all on faith, even when they themselves have openly admitted that they haven't a clue what to do.

      I'm beginning to think that they're more scared than they're letting on.

      • MaidenHeaven MaidenHeaven

        Thank you David, I didn't realize it could also be brown. Yes scared, but as the state Senator says, it is about revenue. SO thinking they are allowing companies time to cover their a…. first.

        • davidh7426 davidh7426

          I've always pictured it either black or grundy colored, the other colors where as much as a surprise to me too. I was sort of disappointed that there wasn't a tartan one though.

          As for them being scared, I half expected that muppet Miss Piggy, to make a run for the door while at the meeting, just in-case it exploded while she was there. To me she seemed more worried about losing her constituency to the sink-hole than for the people living in it, such a SAD excuse for a human being.