Sinkholes: Swallowing everything, including the kitchen sink


5 Responses to “Sinkholes: Swallowing everything, including the kitchen sink”

  1. anansi133 says:

    When tunneling machines burrow under city streets, they will sometimes over-excavate too much material causing a sinkhole at the surface.

  2. “Need I remind you there is a sinkhole in Bayou Corne/Grand Bayou, LA which was declared a State of Emergency.. on August 3rd, where 150 households were forced to evacuate from the area and are living in campers, hotels, rent houses, etc. There are mini earthquakes, methane, benzene and hydrogen sulfide being released into the community. Th(e) community has been through hell and back and are still living a nightmare.”
     -excerpted from letter from Bayou Corne Resident to Bobby Jindal

    The sinkhole of sinkholes in the USA. A gift to the people of Bayou Corne from Texas Brine Company.  Erin Brockovich on location.

  3. Czanne says:

    The billion gallons of water per day pumped out of the aquifer to save the strawberry crop from the recent freeze might have something to do with it.

  4. Daemonworks says:

    It may take a lot of water, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be a lot of water at once. Think about the immense water-created formations in caves that are built, literally, one drop at a time. A small persistent leak might not be as bad as a rushing torrent, but given time…

  5. eldueno says:

    The Earth swallowed the wrong Bush. Its Jeb, not Jeff.

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