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kersley
13th February 2014, 07:14
Greetings Avalonians.
Sink holes are appearing everywhere, specially here in the UK. Yesterday whilst driving, trash bins are flying across the street at high speed. fences are coming down like Dominoes. roads are been blocked by fallen trees. they say the worst is yet to come..
Be vigilante and have your wit about you. take good care of yourself and love ones.

Blessings to you all
K

Calz
13th February 2014, 07:19
Timing is everything. UK, of course, has had almost biblical rainfall.

To those living there be safe.


Was about to post this from the states in what is an almost comical metaphorical depiction of the economic collapse in progress.

Cannot post the CNN vid so take the link (catches it live).

______________


Sinkhole swallows pricey Corvettes at hallowed museum

By Thom Patterson, CNN
updated 6:21 PM EST, Wed February 12, 2014

(CNN) -- Sinkholes are swallowing Corvettes now. Last year it was houses in Florida, and on Wednesday nature gobbled up some of the coolest and fastest cars to come off the assembly line.

Eight valuable 'vettes at Bowling Green, Kentucky's National Corvette Museum fell victim to a 40-foot-wide, 20-foot-deep sinkhole that opened up in the facility's yellow Sky Dome wing. The museum unofficially estimates it caused millions of dollars in damage.


http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/12/us/national-corvette-museum-cars-fall/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

Harley
13th February 2014, 07:53
Here ya go Calz.

Not the same as the CNN video, but much better.

Giant Sinkhole Swallows 8 Cars Vintage Corvettes at Kentucky Museum | Raw Video HD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cHzhB0wovw


40 Foot Sinkhole Swallows 8 Corvettes at National Corvette Museum in Kentucky

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CADdW9zIWmA

:)

Becky
13th February 2014, 08:33
Yes, we've had an unbelievable amount of rainfall here. i live near the Somerset levels which have been flooded since before Christmas, although there's been little interest in the flooding here....when the Thames flooded and flooding happened closer to London, the interest from the media and Government increased. The south of England is sodden now as the aquafers are full and the water is rising in many places out of the ground. Yes we had a new sink hole in Kent in the middle of a motorway.

sheme
13th February 2014, 11:09
And still the rain comes I feel I should invoke the Rainbow covenant. The Covenant of the Rainbow.
Genesis 9-13 I set My bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a sign of a covenant between Me and the earth. 14"It shall come about, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow will be seen in the cloud, 15 and I will remember My covenant, which is between Me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and never again shall the water become a flood to destroy all flesh.…

Sunny-side-up
13th February 2014, 14:24
Just found this item 2/12/14

According to the Met Office—UK's national meteorological service—a hurricane-force superstorm similar to the catastrophic Great Storm of 1987 is about to obliterate Britain. Just look at this incredible wave towering above an entire town on the coast of Cornwall, England. It's just the beginning.

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/holy-crap-look-at-this-giant-wave-towering-over-an-ent-1521381270/+jesusdiaz

I better get my Wellies out!

Becky
13th February 2014, 18:41
Just found this item 2/12/14

According to the Met Office—UK's national meteorological service—a hurricane-force superstorm similar to the catastrophic Great Storm of 1987 is about to obliterate Britain. Just look at this incredible wave towering above an entire town on the coast of Cornwall, England. It's just the beginning.

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/holy-crap-look-at-this-giant-wave-towering-over-an-ent-1521381270/+jesusdiaz

I better get my Wellies out!
We're supposed to be going to Cornwall for our hols tomorrow...blimmin weather!

Sabrina
13th February 2014, 19:02
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/m2-sinkhole-video-motorway-remains-3134481

Thousands of motorists were caught up in travel misery tonight after a monster, 15ft-deep sinkhole appeared in the middle of a busymotorway.

A ten-mile section of the M2 in north Kent was closed off this afternoon when the 16-foot-wide hole appeared in the central reservation.

Highways Agency experts are examining the hole - the size of a double decker bus - which is believed to have been caused by recent heavy rainfall.

It is thought that both carriageways between junction 5 near Sittingbourne and junction 6 near Faverham would not re-open until tomorrow at the earliest.

A Highway Agency spokesman said: "We have had to close both carriageways because of the discovery of a hole in the central reservation."

It's mouth is five metres by two metres wide and it is about 4.5 metres deep.

"The problem is we don't know how it is affecting the integrity of the carriageway surface which is why we have closed a section of the motorway.

"We have people on site at the moment examining it and establishing how it can be repaired.

"It would not surprise me if it is some sort of sinkhole caused by the recent rain.

Sidney
13th February 2014, 19:33
Here ya go Calz.

Not the same as the CNN video, but much better.

Giant Sinkhole Swallows 8 Cars Vintage Corvettes at Kentucky Museum | Raw Video HD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cHzhB0wovw


40 Foot Sinkhole Swallows 8 Corvettes at National Corvette Museum in Kentucky

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CADdW9zIWmA

:)

What gets me, is that news about the Corvettes,,,,,,,,,its ALL about the corvettes. Ya, I understand, awesome vehicles GONE. But nobody mentions, the fact that this could have been down the road at an apartment complex, or hospital, swallowing hundreds of people. The bigger picture is the seriousness, that this is a symptom of something so much larger than a corvette, the big elephant in the room that nobody cares to mention. :confused:

Calz
13th February 2014, 20:09
What gets me, is that news about the Corvettes,,,,,,,,,its ALL about the corvettes. Ya, I understand, awesome vehicles GONE. But nobody mentions, the fact that this could have been down the road at an apartment complex, or hospital, swallowing hundreds of people. The bigger picture is the seriousness, that this is a symptom of something so much larger than a corvette, the big elephant in the room that nobody cares to mention.


Missing the point.

This wasn't about corvettes ... this was about the irony of the situation.

What are the odds???



Nobody cares to mention???

:doh:

I have been posting plenty of sinkhole information over the last year in several threads.

This one brought a smile ... if you don't take time to appreciate the sense of humour the Universe has... then good luck.

If you want doom n gloom then yes ... Clif High suggests the spiraling of the number of sinkholes all over the world are indicative of an expanding earth.

Global coastal event heading our way ...

Better???

:yo:

Tangri
13th February 2014, 21:23
What gets me, is that news about the Corvettes,,,,,,,,,its ALL about the corvettes. Ya, I understand, awesome vehicles GONE. But nobody mentions, the fact that this could have been down the road at an apartment complex, or hospital, swallowing hundreds of people. The bigger picture is the seriousness, that this is a symptom of something so much larger than a corvette, the big elephant in the room that nobody cares to mention.


Missing the point.

This wasn't about corvettes ... this was about the irony of the situation.

What are the odds???



Nobody cares to mention???

:doh:

I have been posting plenty of sinkhole information over the last year in several threads.

This one brought a smile ... if you don't take time to appreciate the sense of humour the Universe has... then good luck.

If you want doom n gloom then yes ... Clif High suggests the spiraling of the number of sinkholes all over the world are indicative of an expanding earth.

Global coastal event heading our way ...

Better???

:yo:
Thanks Sidney and Calz
It happened thousand times to poor people and nobody cared. They try to explain with rain these perfect circle shapes

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2013/03/01/Sinkhole-swallows-Florida-man-In-Bed

They didn't even bother to recover the body of poor man. I wonder if they do same for corvettes. This is a corporate and Queen's land related news now.
I think, Reptilians will show no discrimination when the time comes.

Hervé
13th February 2014, 22:01
[...]

... Clif High suggests the spiraling of the number of sinkholes all over the world are indicative of an expanding earth.

Global coastal event heading our way ...

Better???

:yo:

Calz!


:jester:


... you jester of the court!



Thanks for the daily doom & gloom fix!

As for these sinkholes, especially the ones in cities and along highways, most are the result of bad human plumbing systems faced with high water influx... coupled with the economic reality of priority repairs being postponed ad eternam.

Calz
13th February 2014, 22:12
Yep.

Monsoon type rains, flooding and heavy waves don't help either :)


http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02241/weather_2241647b.jpg


... which is more on topic with the OP than corvettes eh? :)

TigaHawk
14th February 2014, 04:57
Sinkholes are caused by Fracking.

The gas is underground, in pressurised pockets. Once you pull that out - it's not pressurised - and it's only a matter of time before the weight above and gravity do it's thing - the end result is a sinkhole.


Can the people effected by sinkholes, Sue not only the corporations doing the fracking, but the people whom sold out and allowed the fracking on their land?


Seems fair to me!

pugwash84
14th February 2014, 09:21
Sinkholes are due to the saltrock too and gypsum and the fact that there are a lot of mines in yorkshire where there is a lot of saltrock and gypsum doesn't help. There has been a lot of rain too which is why there is a lot of sinkholes imo xxxx

Nick Matkin
14th February 2014, 09:46
http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images/72938000/jpg/_72938186_dorset.jpg

I think you'll find that BBC picture is a proper wave, off the UK's south coast last week.

Good job climate change is only a myth! Oh, no, wait a minute; actually you can't blame one 'weather event' on climate change, that's just natural variability.

Well tell that to those across southern and western England who have had 250 percent of the average rainfall this winter so far. Those that have been flooded since 1 Jan and the water is still rising, with another near record storm hitting us today.

Tell it to those who had their homes washed into the North Sea all along the east coast following a tidal surge just before Christmas. And while you're at it you can also tell those along the Wales and north-east England coast who have had their roofs blown off in 100 mile-an-hour winds on Wednesday.

And don't blame HAARP either, just don't!

Nick

sheme
14th February 2014, 10:41
Where about's are you Nick? You sound like you have had enough. Have you ever seen a video that explains HAARP?

I am convinced that this weapon is responsible for our weather outcome and on going. Let's face it if this chaos is not man manipulated then we none of us has a chance in hell of ever finding normality again.

I feel this is our only hope that we can stop this madness.

Who ever controls the weather controls the world, but they should know that he who lives by the sword dies by it.

Corncrake
14th February 2014, 11:03
There have been horrendous irregular weather events in this country recorded throughout history - storms, floods and tidal surges. These have been documented in paintings, manuscripts and photographs. While aware of Harp's existence and having read credible accounts of its effects sometimes the answer is more simple - nature. This could be part of a natural cycle or could be caused by man's continual pollution of the planet ... the spewing out of filth from our factories into the sea, land and atmosphere. Okay back to topic!

Nick Matkin
14th February 2014, 11:40
I'm in the SE UK. The Thames is flooding here, but on this particular stretch it's mostly onto fields. Down stream it's terrible. The Kennet, Severn, and many other rivers burst their banks a week or two ago. Many thousands of acres of farmland ruined for the coming year all over our over-crowded and compact island. Thousands of homes and businesses seriously damaged.

HAARP is probably not for this thread, it's been discussed ad-nauseam elsewhere. But I'll just say (and it's been said before) that even if the megawatts/gigawatts of energy needed to modify the weather was available, then the electromagnetic energy HAARP released while doing its thing would be detected by thousands and thousands amateur radio enthusiasts across the world.

These guys not only detect man-made signals, but also those produced at all frequencies - often many dBs below the noise - by the Earth and the Sun. They also observe and measure the sun's activity and its effects on the Earth and our ionosphere and magnetosphere with extremely sensitive equipment. Any unnatural activity just wouldn't go unnoticed.

Unusual man-made signals are sometimes detected by these guys, confirmed amongst themselves and discussed on forums, websites and magazines. HAARP has been detected, but not found to be doing anything unexpected, and certainly not at the power levels needed to do weather modification, which would saturate their radio equipment across the globe.

And anyway, why use HAARP to flood relatively innocuous southern England? Did someone press the wrong button or something?

Now, about these sink holes...

Yes, as stated already, one appeared in the central reservation (thank God) on the M2 (http://news.sky.com/story/1210020/sinkhole-keeps-m2-closed-over-safety-fears). Travel chaos but no-one hurt. And at least one other here (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-26010192)

They've got absolutely nothing to do with fracking in the UK (any fracking is hundreds of miles away from any sink holes), looks like they're just caused by the endless rain...

Nick

sheme
14th February 2014, 16:50
Well hang on it there Nick my prayers are with us all, it is 4.50pm and I can hear the first gusts of the expected storm, already mopping up and battening down, good luck and peace for us all.

pugwash84
14th February 2014, 17:43
I'm getting sick of this weather, it's not as bad in the north but its still freezing and been raining all day. I think we had yellow flood warnings xx Good luck to everyone I hope none of us flood xx

RichD
16th February 2014, 07:21
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/homes-evacuated-20ft-deep-sinkhole-appears-133610619.html?vp=1#JUs8BZU

Oh no, another sinkhole in the middle of a shiny new housing estate

Realeyes
16th February 2014, 08:39
I have been fascinated with the sink holes that have been appearing around the world for a number of years. I have heard a number of proposed theories of how sinkholes appear. :noidea:

I would like to throw into the pot a really 'wild whacky card'. :wacko:

Does anyone remember the science fiction TV series 'The Prisoner' (1967)? The BBC 2009 adaptation explained the story better; the 'village' being a type of 'Dreamscape Hologram' (a type of 'offshoot reality' created within 3D reality like a movie hidden within a movie). The 'original creator/dreamer' living in 3D reality daily dreaming the dreamscape village into 'form', needed to retire; a new 'Dreamer' as well as a new 'Number 1' leader had to be found to continue and maintain the existence of the dreamscape 'village' experiment. It was during this interim period that the dreamscape village Hologram began to break down (not so fixed) resulting in the sudden phenomena of 'sink holes' appearing around the village as the hologram broke down. :suspicious:

Many movies and classic story books have been discussed on PA over the years revealing hidden truths about our reality cleverly inter-weaved within such story themes. I could be clutching at straws here, yet I just wonder if 'The Prisoner' story was trying to tell us something important about the 3D reality we find ourselves in, where holes in the fabric of our reality begin to appear?

This is just one of my 'wild whacky muses'.......... :dirol:

I'll end this post humorously. Spock: "It's life, Jim, but not as we know it."

Ps. With the UK public stopping David Cameron getting his way with war, and elections fast approaching and Cameron out of favour, he needs 'something' - well perhaps the battering weather on the UK will be the 'excuse' to make Cameron 'seem to be' the 'hero'?

pugwash84
16th February 2014, 10:58
In my opinion David Cameron can never be a hero when he is taxing the poorest of the people with bedroom tax which is forcing them to move from their homes and he is not dealing with tax havens where the rich keep their money to avoid tax. He is just making the rich more richer and the poor more poorer. He is blaming people on benefits for bringing the country down and trying to get the disabled off the sick and changing their disabled benefits to PIP instead of DLA which means a lot of disabled people are loosing out on money and most people used it to get them out of the house, a lot of disabled people are now housebound because of this. People on benefits cost the country less money than they loose on tax with these tax havens but he wont do anything about that now, most of those rich people are his best friends.
I do not vote anymore because I think there is no point in voting between crap and crap, that is not a choice and the current system is not working. It shows in the state of the country that it is not working, library's closing, park's closing and sure start centres where people took their children to for trips to the farm and mother and toddler groups and cooking classes with their children have now had their money cut again and stuggling to stay open. Sure start centres used to be charity run by the nspcc but the council and their big bright ideas decided to take over it, they have done nothing but make it worse.
I would never vote for Cameron but I think the others have not done a good enough job either, none of them stand out to me and none of them look like they could make a change to the country.
None of them get my vote. xxxxx

Realeyes
16th February 2014, 14:52
In my opinion David Cameron can never be a hero when he is taxing the poorest of the people with bedroom tax which is forcing them to move from their homes and he is not dealing with tax havens where the rich keep their money to avoid tax. He is just making the rich more richer and the poor more poorer. He is blaming people on benefits for bringing the country down and trying to get the disabled off the sick and changing their disabled benefits to PIP instead of DLA which means a lot of disabled people are loosing out on money and most people used it to get them out of the house, a lot of disabled people are now housebound because of this. People on benefits cost the country less money than they loose on tax with these tax havens but he wont do anything about that now, most of those rich people are his best friends.....

Pugwash84, I absolutely agree with your post, what the conservative (and liberals) have done to the most vulnerable of society is despicable and disgusting and inhumane. There has been numerous movements and protests against these new policies up and down the UK. It breaks one's heart hearing about all the ten thousand+ hastened deaths such draconian policies have caused. Or disabled and elderly people while peacefully protesting being battered by police. YET what is happening in the UK on the vulnerable can be also seen in America and other countries - it seems such a policy is bigger that just one single Prime Minister or President, they are following a set agenda/orders they have been told to implement. I see this as just one part of a bigger picture agenda to cull the populace and they are taking out the vulnerable weaker populace first.

Sadly I know many people who are in the higher classes who are oblivious to what is happening to their neighbours down the road. Their lifestyle is still comfortable, still enjoying 3-4 holidays abroad a year; own flash cars, eat out most evenings, their big houses gaining value. They have not heard about the war on the vulnerable in the telegraph or financial times newspapers, they don't read the daily mirror, their attention is elsewhere believing in all the 'make Britain great' spin where Cameron is the best policy maker for 'their pockets'. They have no idea what it is like to exist on so little money as food prices and utility bills and rent rises and rises. They have no concept of having to chose between eating today or heating their home. They just have no idea and still believing the misconception that disabled and vulnerable people are properly cared by the welfare system and Cameron is just getting rid of the 'scroungers'. They know not of the pensioners reduced to eating dog/cat food and tins of custard as their food budge is less that £18 a week. They cannot conceive that their government does not have the best intentions for all their citizens. They don't understand that the figures are juggled; or people dying in hospital or just had brain surgery are summoned to present themselves physically at the job centre 'immediately' as ATOS (an I.T. company) deems them fit for work - or else! The government forget to mention the £10,000+ Atos receives as a reward for a vulnerable person suddenly struck off the welfare now deemed fit for work.

I have tried to explain to those I know who are unaware, but at the end of the day they may say in the moment 'that's awful, it shouldn't be happening' - yet the next moment their attention returns to their own little life building up greater security for 'their' early retirement. There is little sustaining empathy - perhaps this will awaken when such crisis arrives on their front door - who knows.

As to David Cameron and what I meant in my ps. was there is a trend when elections are coming up and especially if the present leader is not too popular, to create a big 'event' such as war or disaster where that leader puts on a 'show' of greatness that the people can 'trust'. It is a clever play on a stage, yet many people sadly believe it.

Back to topic. There have been 4 sink holes in a 30+ mile radius of my local area, we have been battered and hammered with constant storms, repairing fences, clearing up damage, assisting neighbours and also been flooded in, which is something as we live on top of a hill, but the dips get flooded. Neighbouring villages and towns in the valleys are becoming rivers and lakes, roads closed, I have not met anyone who thinks this is a 'jolly disaster' that is happening around the UK as Prince Charles would like to think. I don't for one moment believe this weather is 'natural' yet notice how so called 'global warming' and 'taxation' is suddenly the big debate again - rolling out Agenda 21. For three years I watch just after dawn around 50+ chemtrails cover my blue sky into a dull blanket within an hour; seeing the sun is a rarity. Yet curiously in the only two calm days we had this week, we were suddenly allowed blue skies and fluffy clouds and sunshine to appear - that has been quite a treat, yet also confirms living under a chemtrail grey blanket for at least 350+ days in the year with zero sun is NOT NATURAL.

Yet as David Cameron was visiting the terrible floods in Somerset doing his 'caring acting', all he kept really saying is 'trade must continue in the area' - how insulting to those who lands and houses and shops and business are several feet under water. The whole think STINKS. Appologies for going off topic.


:focus::focus::focus:

araucaria
16th February 2014, 16:04
The ultimate sinkhole would of course be the Atlantis-type event being discussed on the Courtney Brown thread. According to remote viewing data, the engulfing of a whole civilization in the Atlantic Ocean 70,000 years ago was caused by scientists on the antipodal point off eastern Australia, where they were trying to tap into the heat of the earth's core.

Without going that far, clearly all kinds of mining and extraction of oil and gas will weaken the earth's core, possibly at fairly distant points. 50 years ago, I recall, coalmining areas used to be subject to "subsidence". So sinkholes are hardly surprising.

pugwash84
23rd February 2014, 19:41
http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/PICTURES-Sink-hole-appears-Cleethorpes-seafront/story-20686181-detail/story.html

http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/images/localworld/ugc-images/276369/Article/images/20686181/5831357-large.jpg

Where I live xxxxx

Tangri
8th March 2014, 01:27
What gets me, is that news about the Corvettes,,,,,,,,,its ALL about the corvettes. Ya, I understand, awesome vehicles GONE. But nobody mentions, the fact that this could have been down the road at an apartment complex, or hospital, swallowing hundreds of people. The bigger picture is the seriousness, that this is a symptom of something so much larger than a corvette, the big elephant in the room that nobody cares to mention.


Missing the point.

This wasn't about corvettes ... this was about the irony of the situation.

What are the odds???



Nobody cares to mention???

:doh:

I have been posting plenty of sinkhole information over the last year in several threads.

This one brought a smile ... if you don't take time to appreciate the sense of humour the Universe has... then good luck.

If you want doom n gloom then yes ... Clif High suggests the spiraling of the number of sinkholes all over the world are indicative of an expanding earth.

Global coastal event heading our way ...

Better???

:yo:
Thanks Sidney and Calz
It happened thousand times to poor people and nobody cared. They try to explain with rain these perfect circle shapes

http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2013/03/01/Sinkhole-swallows-Florida-man-In-Bed

They didn't even bother to recover the body of poor man. I wonder if they do same for corvettes. This is a corporate and Queen's land related news now.
I think, Reptilians will show no discrimination when the time comes.

Ha hahaha !
They did recover the corvettes. It means safer to save body of corvette then human

http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/03/04/corvette-museum-begins-recovering-cars-from-sinkhole/

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compare with this

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Calz
26th March 2015, 11:08
Yipes!!! :shocked:


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