Another sink hole, this time in Germany.
Scientists are sounding the alarm: the mysterious cracks appear across the planet Scientists do not know what to think about: South America is bursting at the seams. In southern Peru, suddenly appeared a huge crack length of 3 km and a width of about 100 meters. Anomaly occurred in the district Huakullani Chukuito province near the famous Lake Titicaca. A crack has appeared almost immediately: the earth like a burst at the site of a large tension, the far scattered huge chunks of soil. Interestingly, the crack did not appear in the earthquake. In general, there was no catastrophe, the earth simply gone. The crack occurred on level ground and is not associated with any disasters. Scientists are confused with this fact. Cracks also appear in neighboring Bolivia. And not so long ago, the crack happened in Africa – Ethiopia. Maybe these phenomena is common nature: the continents literally split in front of mankind. (BetaNovosti) http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2011/03/07/scientists-are-sounding...
back in January. overnight appearance 70' W x 200'+? D
Leshan, Sichuan, China
Remember the film "The Core" in 2003? Some very interesting parallels in that movie to recent events..including birds falling out of the sky in large numbers....here is some of the synopsis:
Ohio Sinkhole Devours Four Football Fields Of Land, Stretch Of State Highway 516
Now that the election is over, things are getting back to normal in Ohio.
It took only a few minutes for a massive sinkhole to devour several acres of land and a stretch of State Highway 516 on Wednesday, WHYC reports.
The hole, spanning the area of roughly four football fields, collapsed near a lake where the Newton Asphalt Company has spent years dredging for sand nearly 50 feet below the surface, according to Fox Cleveland.
"I've worked for the [Ohio Department of Transportation District] 16 years and I've never seen anything of this magnitude," District 11 Director Lloyd McAdam told First Coast News. "It's very unusual that something like this would happen."
"It appears to me that dredging took away the bottom of the slope," McAdam added, "and that probably eroded away and started cascading down, and just started filling the hole and filling the hole."
Some locals fear that the sinkhole could grow larger.
“I'm not sure what to make of it. I’ve never seen anything like this before in my life,” said Jennifer Smith of Dover, according to Fox Cleveland.
The stretch of highway remains closed indefinitely, WTRF reports.
The Sink Holes Continue....