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Seabed Rise Under Macondo Well Buckling Streets In New Orleans?

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August 3, 2010: Steven John Hibbs / The Tonka Report (TTR) – August 3, 2010

I received a rather frantic email from my contact in New Orleans yesterday, August 2, 2010, reporting that streets all over New Orleans are mysteriously cracking and buckling upwards to 15-30 inches from their original setting.

She said the local news media is claiming it’s from the “extreme” heat. She then said that the heat has not been unusual for this time of year and that in all the years she has lived in New Orleans, has never seen anything like this happen before.

The article with video below from out of New Orleans confirms her report of streets buckling…

Extreme Heat Buckles Dozens Of Kenner Streets

When she asked me what could possibly be causing this, I told her that there have been numerous reports of the Gulf seabed rising up to 30 feet in places. I have posted articles and commented ad nauseum concerning the methane reserve below the Gulf seabed and the possible dangers that could ensue if the seabed is in fact completely compromised…

TTR Archive: Gulf Of Mexico/Methane

With the seabed rising due to the 70,000-100,000 psi pressing upward from the pierced Macondo reservoir, it would indeed affect the entire surrounding structure of the earth, including buckling streets in New Orleans. The stunning video below is proof that something very ominous is occurring beneath the seabed in the Gulf… 


The link provided below puts this into clear perspective with detailed graphics depicting the situation currently developing beneath the Gulf of Mexico seabed as a result of the BP false flag oil disaster…

The Tonka Report Editor’s Note: This is a potentially very dangerous situation unfolding for all life in and around the Gulf of Mexico region… Take heed! – SJH

Link to original article below…

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  1. I’m gonna link you up on that post !

    Good work !!


    August 3, 2010 at 8:51 pm

  2. Here is a link for a live multiple BP cam !


    August 3, 2010 at 9:20 pm

  3. Mr. Anderson,

    The credit goes to both you for the video you posted on Atomic News Review, and my contact in New Orleans for her information that inspired me to write this article… Thanks!

    – SJH

    Steven John Hibbs

    August 3, 2010 at 9:21 pm

  4. Multiple small leaks happening now on the well bop !


    August 3, 2010 at 9:23 pm

  5. I found the vid on Before it’s news !


    August 3, 2010 at 9:24 pm

  6. I just wanted to point out that the ground surrounding the road does not look disturbed. If it was a sea bed rise dont you think the whole area would be damaged and not just he roads?

    Kirk J

    August 3, 2010 at 9:47 pm

  7. Hey Kirk,

    Great question. The roads which are not compact structures with foundations, but rather horizontal and linear structures and relatively thin in comparison that cover extreme distances over the landscape with drainage sewers (tunnels) running beneath them, would make them the most susceptible to any geographic anomalies, and thus show the first signs of stress. Much like small earthquakes do.

    I’ve added a new link to the article below the video that is fascinating…

    – SJH

    Steven John Hibbs

    August 3, 2010 at 10:01 pm

  8. We don’t think this is causing it , we are just pointing out on what had happen today !

    It could be the static kill causing all of it , I would not be surprise!

    The sea floor around the well is like a sponge, like a big network of tunnel of gaz and oil miles long ( like swiss cheeze ) the oil chamber is very likely to be linked by tunnels or smaller streams of oil or gaz .

    And I’m not sure pushing mud and pressuring this network is a good idea!!

    It could almost cause anything anywhere to happen and that miles away from the well !


    August 3, 2010 at 10:02 pm

  9. Mr. Anderson,

    I actually do believe this is causing the streets to buckle. New Orleans is only 48 miles from the well head and lies on porous swamp land below sea level.

    The Macondo reservoir covers miles around the well head and is estimated to be the size of Mt. Everest. Meanwhile, this reservoir is pressurized at up to 100,000 psi with the potential for catastrophic consequences. That is mindboggling to put into perspective…

    Now the big question… Is the video from the ROV legitimate?

    Either way it is an interesting, and I might add, concerning sequence of events that logically and scientifically, at this point, appear to be related. And let us be reminded that New Orleans and the Macondo reservoir are part of the New Madrid Fault that runs along the Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico…

    – SJH

    Steven John Hibbs

    August 3, 2010 at 10:24 pm

  10. The sea floor has been exploding like that since June 16. I saw it happen, and wrote about it, as the cameras rushed to the surface and the feeds turned to looped footage one by one. Then the President got on TV (unannounced) and nervously said everything’s fine.


    August 4, 2010 at 1:58 am

  11. Amazing! What is the distance likely to be affected? (A Mobilian)

    Kay Stewart

    October 16, 2010 at 7:37 am

  12. Kay Stewart,

    I’m not really sure, but we do know that the Madrid Fault Line runs all the way up into the Midwest…

    – SJH

    Steven John Hibbs

    October 16, 2010 at 3:05 pm

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