THE GREAT TEXAS ABYSS
The locomotive size diesel engine pictured , is used by America’s energy companies to turn incredibly huge water pumps. Pumps then force water removed from manmade Lake Meredith, down into the earth at Sanford, Texas, in order to extract large quantities of gas.
The concept of forcing water into the gas reserve, which in turn forces gas to the surface, and hopefully into pipelines, is called “water replacement.” The fact that farmers have pumped over a foot deep of water out of the Ogalla Aquifer only accentuates the problem, by adding to the vacuum, by eventually sucking the “replacement” water down into the aquifer.PANTEX.(where America stores most of its larger nuclear weapons) is indicated by the red dot on the Texas county map. The image to the right is the official U.S. Geological Survey map of America’s natural gas reserves; all of which arecollectively referred to as the HUGOTON PANHANDLE GAS RESERVE. (The various colors on the map indicate the density of gas from one area to another.)
Keep in mind the gas reserve doesn’t
always follow America’s shore lines.
As you can plainly see, the entire North American Continent is perched directly on top of these reserves. The largest of the reserves within the Hugoton Panhandle Complex is the “Panhandle Reserve,” which is located a few miles north of- PANTEX, just outside of Amarillo, Texas. At this location this horrendous natural gas reserve is less than fifty feet below the surface of the Earth.
… LESS THAN 50 FEET !!
Due to the Panhandle Reserve being overworked since the very early 1900′s, there are now huge pockets of natural gas all around the PANTEXnuclear storage facility. It should be noted that all that’s required to set off a nuclear device is to “surround” it with explosives that can be simultaneously set off in a controlled manner. However, in this instance, if the H-P Reserve ever explodes it will NOT actually set off these nuclear weapons.
The results will be far more catastrophic than if the nuclear weapons were to all go off at once, because, the explosion from the reserve will vaporizeAmerica’s nuclear weapons, and carry their radio active particles into the atmosphere, to be distributed all around the world.
Back in 1924, it was thought this oil and gas reserve was limited to the Texas Panhandle, and was appropriately named the Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve. The early wells were given names based on the county in which they were drilled, such as “Panhandle, Wheeler County”, “Panhandle, Carson County”, “Panhandle, Hutchinson County”, and so on. It was later discovered that these pockets of natural gas throughout the Panhandle were part of one giant reserve.
In addition to encompassing the entire Panhandle of Texas, it was then discovered that this giant reserve ran all the way across the State of Kansas. Kansas had already named “its“ portion of the reserve the “Hugoton Reserve.” As the Hugoton and Panhandle reserves were found to be one and the same, they were simply referred to jointly as the Hugoton-Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve.
Later, it was discovered that the massive H-P Reserve runs all the way across the entire State of Oklahoma, and beyond, encompassing areas which, also had already given their portion of this very same gas reserve names.
Eventually, it was discovered that the H-P Reserve runs all the way north to Montana, and that for drilling purposes it was “tap-able” in almost any area along the way. Then, at a later time, it was discovered that this same gas reserve runs up to the most northern part of Canada, as well as
all the way down to the southern most part of Old Mexico, with its width extending all the way from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, thereby encompassing the entire North American Continent!!
In other words, what were thought to be numerous separate gas reserves throughout the country, were now understood to all be part of one huge reserve, the Hugoton Panhandle Natural Gas Complex.
The following is but a partial list of names for other sections of what is now known as the Hugoton Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve: a/k/a Powder River; San Juan; Uinta; Paradox; Williston Basins; Sweetgrass Arch; Central Montana Uplift; the Rocky Mountains; Louisiana Henry Hub; Trenton-Black River gas play in southern New York; Western West Virginia Discoveries; Wyoming’s two hubs; and the list goes on, and on.
Some of these places pump their own replacement water into the reserve, while others pay pumping stations as far away as Sanford, Texas, and beyond, for providing their water replacement contribution, because their location HAS no water to pump.
Also, see the link to a recent article in the National Academies Pressdeclaring (in red text about halfway down the page) that: “Most production from the Hugoton Panhandle complex (in the State of Wyoming) is connected to, or could be connected to, the BLM helium pipeline and Cliffside storage facility near Amarillo, Texas.” Please take note that scientists do indeed call every one of the interconnected reserves the “Hugoton Panhandle Complex” as verification to what we’ve said above..
In effect, what we have is essentially one common gas reserve that encompasses most of the area beneath the entire North American Continent, with a commonly used process turning it into a literal bomb of unimaginable size, creating a potential disaster of Biblical proportion.
Government maintains that these sections of the reserve are notinterconnected, most likely so it can allocate each section as a TAXABLE entity. So, for TARIFF reasons it has no other choice, but to allow these “different” reserves to be treated as though they were independent. If not, issues of tax liability would arise among the oil companies.
Although the government will claim these are different reserves, and that they are not connected, a look at their own official photograph clearly shows us otherwise.
Why does it matter if they are interconnected?
Here’s a perfect example of WHYIn the year 2005, Natural Gas Geysers like the one pictured above and below, began sprouting up all around the town of Kingfisher, Oklahoma, which is about 250 miles east of the pumping station in Sanford, Texas.
It’s interesting to note that Kingfisher is more than 2,152 feet lower in elevation than the Sanford pumping station. When they pressurize the cavity in the earth known as the Panhandle Reserve with the Pumping Station in Sanford, Texas, the gas naturally goes downhill, finding the path of least resistance. Which is exactly what it did, until it made its way out of the ground in Kingfisher, Oklahoma !
The significance of these geysers is that gas does indeed travel laterally through cracks in the earth, which makes each of us susceptible to destruction. We simply cannot compress underground gas in an area that exceeds four billion cubic miles, and not expect it to make its way to the surface of the earth.Although this report may well seem sensational to some, we are not making the problem worse than it actually is.
The point being conveyed through these events is that gas does travel laterally through cracks in the earth’s soil and rock, and since it does, when oxygen is introduced to any given gas “cavity” of the H-P Reserve, every one of these interconnecting cracks and crevices will likewise receive oxygen, creating a massive maze of fuses similar to a dynamite fuse. Since the reserve has already begun taking in oxygen (as we will later prove), if one cavity is ever ignited or exploded, every gas cavity within the North American Continent will almost simultaneously explode. But, as long as its source is under pressure, natural gas will simply spew out an enormous flame if ignited, because the pressure will force the flame outward and away from the source of gas. This is the same concept that makes our natural gas kitchen stoves 100 percent safe.
It’s interesting to note that the photo above, and the two below, were not taken in Oklahoma. Instead, they were taken in Hutchinson, Kansas, after pressurized gas came spewing up out of the earth into an unsuspecting Wedding and Party Supply store indowntownHutchinson
To quote M. Lee Allison of the Kansas Geological Survey: “Explosions and fires on January 17 – 18, 2001 burned businesses and killed two people in Hutchinson, a town of 40,000 in central Kansas.”.
On the left is the Wedding and Party Supply Store just after the gas explosion. On the right is a photo of several firemen in protective gear as they helplessly watch the fire that ensued after a mobile home park exploded from the very same natural gas leak.However, the mobile home park was three miles away from the exploded store, which, again, demonstrates that natural gas most definitely does move laterally through cracks and crevices in the earth. http://www.kgs.ku.edu/Hydro/Hutch/Refs/GSA_abstract_7-01.pdf
THIS USED TO BE A MOBILE HOME PARK
As documented by the link provided below,
this is the official Hutchinson, KS Fire Department. photo of what was left of a mobile home park that was located a full three miles away from the explosion at the Wedding and Party Supplies Store in downtown Hutchinson, after it fell
victim to this same natural gas problem which came up out of the earth and exploded, causing two deaths in the mobile home park.
Some will claim natural gas requires EXACTLY fourteen percent oxygen to support an explosion, others will tell you twenty one percent. But let them try telling their absurd “exactly fourteen percent or twenty one percent oxygen” defense to the thousands of people who lost their homes due to natural gas explosions last year because gas escaped into the ATMOSPHERE in their house.
It has been discovered that the entire City of Fort Worth, Texas sits on an extremely dense section of this same gas reserve.
Incredibly, people are drilling gas wells in their back yards, and tearing down churches and schools to do so. There have been over seven hundred new gas wells drilled in 2006 alone, with most of them in people’s back yards.
As you can tell from the photo, it’s even common to see gas wells drilled alongside kid’s swing sets in Fort Worth playgrounds. Aside from certain “hot” spots such as Fort Worth, you could drill a hole and run into the H-P Reserve at just about any place in North America.
The certified information documented in the following link shows how one singular company is drilling the H-P Reserve in the states of Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, North Dakota, Kansas, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. This is just one out of.HUNDREDSof such companies..
Water Replacement Creates. Enormous .Problems:
As part of the “water replacement” process, all the water pumped into the reserve to force the gas and oil to the surface, is subjected to gravity, which means the “replacement” water is constantly being sucked toward the center of the earth into water aquifers which are located beneath the gas reserve, leaving behind extremely large, incredibly dangerous, vacuum like, FUME – LADEN, empty spaces that use to be full of oil and natural gas..
Therefore in order to be safe, the very process of “water replacement” requires that a never ending supply of water must be pumped into the cavity which once contained oil and gas. Otherwise, the continuously receding water level creates a “fume laden” semi vacuum, which in time will be partially filled with gas from other sections of
America’s gas reserve, and with atmospheric air (which contains oxygen), which will enter mostly through “vent holes” left from the drilling operation, creating an extremely volatile gas and oxygen.BOMB.just below the surface of the entire North American Continent.
…with no possible remedy !!
A major concern is that many of the places that extract gas from America’s gas reserve are running out of water to satisfy their “water replacement” contribution. As we will soon document, even their main source of “replacement” water at gargantuous Lake Meredith is almost depleted. The State of Kansas is but another very prime example of depleted “replacement” water. To wit:
As stated by renowned engineer Lestor Wilkonson, “Local (Kansas) usage of natural gas will be important, “whether there’ll be enough water to pump it is another matter.” See the third and fifth paragraphs at the following link; a source from which much of our data has been extracted:
See our link titled:
since there is nothing available BUT the replacement water to fill the one hundred feet deep void in the aquifers, it’s obvious to any person with common sense that all the energy company’s replacement water has gone down into America’s water aquifers.Which means there has indeed been a vacuum created in the gas reserves, because the replacement water has now been removed into the water aquifers.
Which means that the gas reserves have no other source of “replacement” material to fill. THEIR .voids left by the now non existent replacement water, BUT to suck air down into them from the earth’s surface.
Whereas, according to the Environmental News Network, which we quote below, that is how much water America’s farmers have removed from our water aquifers, which lie below our natural gas reserves.
And by the way, if you think the gas reserves cover a lot of area beneath America, the aquifers are even more enormous. So, removing a 100 feet depth of water created a TREMENDOUS amount of vacuum to suck down the replacement water used by the energy companies, which by comparison, amounted to just a few inches in depth.
Check it out for yourself:
ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS NETWORK
We will now quote them for you:
“For fossil aquifers, such as the vast U.S. Ogallala aquifer … … depletion brings pumping to an end. Farmers who lose their irrigation water have the option of returning to lower-yield dryland farming if rainfall permits. In more arid regions, however, such as in the southwestern United States, the loss of irrigation water means the end of agriculture.
In the United States, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas — three leading grain-producing states — the underground water table has dropped by more than 30 meters (100 feet). As a result, wells have gone dry on thousands of farms in the southern Great Plains. Although this mining of underground water (by farming) is taking a toll on U.S. grain production, irrigated land accounts for only one fifth of the U.S. grain harvest, compared with close to three fifths of the harvest in India and four fifths in China.” (End Quote)
Now that you have an expert source to refer to, allow us to remind you that the “PANHANDLE” portion of the Hugoton Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve we refer to in this article sits directly UNDER the states of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas !!!!
So that you will have some idea as to the extent of the problem resulting from a shortage of water for pressurization, you might ask your plumber if a minutely small natural gas leak can support a flame. Then ask him how much of a head start he would like to have so he can begin running before you light a match to even the smallest leak, when it’s known that the pipe the leaking gas is coming from is not under pressure and that it has someoxygen in it. The point being, once oxygen is introduced, unless the gas is under pressure to blow the flame away from the source, any ignition at all will travel through the most minute but open crack, seam, crevice, leak or any path at all, to every source of fuel (gas and oxygen) that might be available in adjacent chambers. Under these circumstances, a flame will instantly travel to multiple sources of gas and oxygen throughout the interconnected open cavities beneath the entire North American Continent known as the Hugoton Panhandle Natural Gas Reserve, and create the only source for an explosion of Biblical proportion ever known to man. As an added note, in all other places on earth that have been blessed with natural gas, the gas is hundreds of feet below the surface of the earth, and not subject to the same potential explosion problems.
“For the stars of heaven and the constellations thereof shall not give their light: the sun shall be darkened in its going forth, and the moon shall not cause its light to shine… …Therefore I will shake the heavens, and the earth shall remove out of its place, in the wrath of the LORD of hosts, and in the day of his fierce anger… …Every man shall turn to his own people, and flee into his own land… …Behold, I will stir up the Arabs against them, they will not regard silver; and as for gold, they shall not delight in it.” (The Most High God, Isaiah 13:10, 13, 17)“Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened and the moon shall not give its light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken:” (Jesus, Matthew 24:29)
AS FOR THESE RESERVES NOT BEING INTERCONNECTED
We are not saying that air passages the size of the Holland Tunnel connect all of America’s natural gas reserves. What we aresaying is that there is no such thing as a solid piece of “air tight” rock that separates them. The reason for the “plumber” analogy is obvious. 1. As the replacement water in one section of the reserve seeps toward the center of the earth due to gravity, it will leave behind a vacuum; 2. That vacuum will suck in gas from the other sections of the reserve through tiny crevices, cracks, and porous, shale type rock, while simultaneously sucking in air (oxygen) from the surface of the earth; 3. Eventually filling all of these “depleted” sections and their interconnecting “leak” sources with both gas and oxygen; 4. Which, if any portion of the reserve ever becomes ignited, will turn every “leak” source between one section and all other sections of the reserve into a system of dynamite like fuses which will simultaneously ignite everysection of the entire reserve, creating an explosion that will be of unimaginable proportion, encompassing the entire North American Continent, all of which would take place within about one singular hour.The underground connections also explain why a given reserve may at times be declared to be depleted, then years later declared to once again have sufficient amounts of gas to be commercially pursued. Over time the vacuum that results from the water subsiding deep into the earth, will suck gas and air through the cracks and crevices that interconnect it to other regions where gas is still plentiful, thereby “refilling” the depleted reserve to some degree, as well as turning these cracks and crevices into fuses by filling them with this mixture of gas and oxygen.
While the depleted reserve is sucking natural gas back into itself from other sections of the gas reserve, it is simultaneously sucking air (oxygen) in from the surface of the earth through vent pipes created during the drilling process, creating one horrendous–BOMB–of a magnitude the world has never imagined, nor could it ever possibly imagine.
If, under these conditions the Panhandle Gas Reserve is ever ignited, no matter what name the “locals” have given it, every gas reserve underneath the entire North American Continent will simultaneously explode, and the entire Continent will become history (non-existent) within just one singular hour.
And the kings of the earth, who committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning, Standing afar off for fear of her torment, saying, Alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come. And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her; for no man buys their merchandise any more: (Revelation 18:9-11)
REALLY BAD NEWS
The minute the pumps stop working that are being used to pump water from Lake Meredith into the H-P Reserve, (which will happen as the Canadian River dries up), the gargantuous reservoir of water man has created within the H-P reserve will sink into the earth due to gravity, creating a very temporary extreme vacuum which will then suck even more ATMOSPHERE down into what had been a reservoir of “replacement” water, and thereby provide all the oxygen needed to explode the entire H-P Reserve.Lake Meredith is a huge dam surrounded on three sides by giant two hundred foot high cliffs. The following local Channel Eleven-TV news reports prove that the flow of water from The Canadian River into Lake Meredith has all but stopped:
According to Kent Satterwhite, General Manager of the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority: In the year 2004, Lake Meredith lost roughly 40,000 acre feet to evaporation and pumped about 58,000 acre feet of water, at a time when inflow measured only 38,000 acre feet for the whole year. He said that 2001 set an all-time-low-for inflow, and that even that record was broken in 2002, only to be broken again in 2003, but that prior to the drought, an average inflow would be around 122,000 acre feet. In addition to evaporation and pumping, CRMWA officials estimate it may be losing up to 40,000 acre feet a year to salt cedar trees.”“On April 1, 2004, the water flow into Lake Meredith was only TEN CUBIC FEET per second, down from as much as 700 cubic feet per second, turning most of Lake Meredith into not much more than a giant mud hole, with most of its boat ramps in fact closed.”
“In June of 2006, High Plains Water District manager Jim Conkwright, stated that at its full capacity Lake Meredith is 191 feet deep or more . Right now, it is reportedly 56 feet deep; which is an all time low, and its only eight percent full. With 11 West Texas city members of the CRMWA, 8% is not enough, so the City of Lubbock, Texas is looking for another source for its water.”
NOTE: Lake Meredith is “saucer” shaped, with the center area much deeper and much smaller than its outer areas, which, in the absence of its normal water flow, has turned MOST of Lake Meredith into nothing but a swampy mud hole.
As of 11-21-11 The lake level stands at just a tad more than 30 feet, down from the 100-plus-foot level it registered four decades ago. The future of the water doesn’t look good, as lake levels continue to ebb.
They have NOW STOPPED PUMPING
Watch as the water runs from Lake Meredith like sand through an hourglass. When Lake Meredith runs completely dry, where will the H-P Reserve turn for its water replacement requirements?.-. . . CAN YOU SAY “P O O F” .
If the Great Abyss ever ignites, there won’t be-TIME–to say poof!
Moreover, as documented by the following link, nearly all of the world’s helium supply is found within a 250-mile radius of Amarillo, Texas, and with Lake Meredith now all but gone there is no water to pump it. Therefore, the shortage of “available” helium is so severe they are now complaining that there is not even enough helium available to fill party balloons for New Years Day, 2008, parades.