Skrevet av Emne: Så fort kan det gå (den store jordfallshull/synkehull tråden)  (Lest 26690 ganger)

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"When I try to imagine a faultless love
Or the life to come, what I hear is the murmur
Of underground streams, what I see is a limestone landscape."
W.H. Auden, "In Praise of Limestone"

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Et jordfallshull i England.

"Ten-metre hole appears in Gravesend family's back garden

A hole more than 33ft (10m) deep has opened up in the back garden of a house in Kent.

The day before the hole appeared, a "dark shadow" appeared in the garden of the family home in Gravesend.

Melanie Andrews said her two daughters had been playing near it in the snow and jumping over it."

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"When I try to imagine a faultless love
Or the life to come, what I hear is the murmur
Of underground streams, what I see is a limestone landscape."
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"When I try to imagine a faultless love
Or the life to come, what I hear is the murmur
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"When I try to imagine a faultless love
Or the life to come, what I hear is the murmur
Of underground streams, what I see is a limestone landscape."
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Når det gjelder jordfallshull, så er det sikkert ikke noen bombe at de også finnes i Gnore, men at det litt sør for Mo åpnet seg et hull i hagen til noen og at garasjen slår sprekker, det er ikke vanlig her til lands...
... etter oss kommer få fotspor og mye kunnskap...
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Or the life to come, what I hear is the murmur
Of underground streams, what I see is a limestone landscape."
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"Natural treasure: Diggers searching golf course sinkhole for underground caves.

Although the term “treasure” usually brings to mind images of pirates, gold-filled wooden chests and that one guy on the beach with a metal detector, Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris and his dig team think they may have a different kind of treasure under their feet in Missouri.

Last May, a sinkhole opened up at the golf course at Big Cedar Lodge’s Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve after heavy rainfall. Nobody was injured and the initial plan was to fill it up with massive boulders, smooth it over and get back to hacking away on the green. That’s when Morris stepped in.

Morris has something of a fascination with hidden, underground caves in the area — his interest dates back to 1993, when he uncovered a formation described by National Geographic as “an underground chapel” after five years of searching. After it was noted that water sprung up from Top of the Rock’s sinkhole, Morris had the notion that the two could possibly be connected via a long underground cave system, so he and his team stepped in."

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"Six months after a sinkhole opened up atop a golf course at Big Cedar Lodge’s Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve, noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris is deep into a national treasure hunt that may well reveal a hidden natural wonder buried deep within the Ozarks.

In May 2015 a collapse occurred after heavy rainfalls throughout the Ozark region, resulting in the creation of a large sinkhole spanning 70 feet across and running 40 feet deep. The spectacle occurred directly adjacent to the meticulously landscaped Tom Watson-designed putting green and drew worldwide media attention to Big Cedar Lodge and Top of the Rock Golf Course, just south of Branson, Missouri.

After confirming the site’s stability geological engineers suggested filling the hole with large boulders and restoring the golf course to its original design. Morris, however, chose to explore in the hopes of finding a secret passageway and uncovering a massive cave system underneath the golf course and surrounding area."

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"A man who made his fortune from fishing tackle has discovered a complex cave system underneath the golf course he owns following the opening of a massive sinkhole.

Billionaire Johnny Morris, who has amassed a £3 billion fortune from his Bass Pro Shops, opened the Top of the Rock Golf Course in 2014 but nearly had to close it following the appearance of the hole a year later.

But rather than fill in the hole on the grounds on the Ozarks mountain range in Missouri, the 68-year-old businessman decided to explore."


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Of underground streams, what I see is a limestone landscape."
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"Some people in Lehigh County are wondering where the water is going after they noticed part of the Coplay Creek has dried out. It turns out, two sinkholes are to blame. "The water is disappearing underground," said Brett Long, property manager of the Tate family farm in Whitehall Township.
According to Long, water and fish have been funneling into the sinkholes for at least a few days. "I would just like to know where the water is going," Long said. "Out of nowhere, there is an empty creek bed from here to the lake." An engineering company contracted by Whitehall Township said about 400 gallons of water per minute are flowing into a sinkhole. Experts with the firm believe the sinkholes lead to an underground cavern or waterway."

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"Florida sinkhole causes huge waste water leak into aquifer

About 980 million litres of contaminated water have leaked into Florida's main underground source of drinking water, state officials say.
The leak occurred after a huge sinkhole opened up under a phosphate fertiliser plant near Tampa, damaging the stack where waste water was stored."

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Denne videoen, mottatt via David St. Pierre, viser mange hull oppstått av ulike årsaker: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR1mvJU_ASU

Noen av dem er nevnt i denne tråden. Om noen av dere holder ut og ser på den i noen minutter, kommer filmsnutten med en årsaksforklaring som gikk over hodet på meg.

Etter 9.11 vises for øvrig et stort hull som skal være i Sverige.
Torstein Finnesand
you never cave alone

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"A cluster of giant karst sinkholes, also known as tiankengs, has been discovered in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, one of the largest tiankeng clusters in the world, geologists announced Thursday.

In total, 49 tiankengs and over 50 funnels of between 50 to 100 meter in diameter were found in the over 200-km karst landform belt in Hanzhong City, said Liu Tongliang, head of the karst geology research institute under the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS).

The belt, located between 32 and 33 degrees north latitude, is the northernmost karst landform region ever found in the world. All previous discoveries were between 24 and 31 degrees north latitude, said Liu."

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"When I try to imagine a faultless love
Or the life to come, what I hear is the murmur
Of underground streams, what I see is a limestone landscape."
W.H. Auden, "In Praise of Limestone"