The radioactive sinkhole in Louisiana’s Assumption Parish continues to grow. It is now 640 feet wide and there is speculation it could grow to at least 1400 feet. It is not on top of the salt dome but beside it which is raising some questions. It swallowed a rescue boat but all crew members were saved.
It seems there are always surprises in store when dealing with the area around the Gulf of Mexico. Thousands of dead fish just washed up around Galveston and a lake in Texas turned blood red as also happened in France for some reason.
The New Madrid fault zone reaching into the Gulf of Mexico and it’s many salt domes is something touched on before. In fact deep water horizon was the result of drilling into salt dome. In fact we can see in the pictorial, the New Madrid is aligned with the Baton Rouge, Assumption Parish sinkhole area. The Jack Reed theory dealt with the Gulf being seismically active with fault movement and earthquakes occurring. He also felt the area was the bottom end of what is known as the New Madrid fault, a fault zone which harbors 12 nuclear reactors along the Mississippi area.
In fact Dr. Gagliano of LSU testified before a senate committee that breaks in recent dikes along the New Orleans area were connected to the seismic fault lines.
Previously a Louisiana blogger indicated that when she first heard of this, she knew somehow that Texas would be mixed up in it. This is an update and the previous post is below.