15 comments on “Sinkholes

  1. Pingback: Sinkholes (via Strange Fruit) « The Beulah

  2. creepy..

    Iniimagine ko na sinilip ko yung hole at pinagpapawisan nko sa kaba..

    Hope this doesnt happen sa Pinas.

  3. hmmm..I’m wondering kung anu nangyari dun sa mga “na-suck” ng hole na yun, rarescue ba sila or what? are they abl;e to recover the clothing factory? I’ve been searching the net for answers but still can’t find one..hmm…
    nice post chico :D the best

  4. hmmm..I’m wondering kung anu nangyari dun sa mga “na-suck” ng hole na yun, rarescue ba sila or what? are they abl;e to recover the clothing factory? I’ve been searching the net for answers but still can’t find one..hmm…
    nice post chico :D the best

  5. wow, thanks for sharing this information. It never occured to me that this could happened at the sea as well. it’s amazing and at the same time scarry if you think about it.

  6. Thanks for sharing, I didn’t know that there are blue holes aside from sinkholes?! I got goosebumps by looking at the photos; they are frightening! LOL :D

  7. hey chico check this out… in addition to the sinkholes that you posted… i think blue holes are very scary…

  8. i don’t know if it’s considered a sinkhole, the one in Turkmenistan sure is interesting.

    “In 1971, geologists discovered a huge underground deposit of natural gas on this site. And while excavating, a whole drilling rig fell into an underground cavern. Natural gas started coming up from the hole. To prevent gasses from escaping, it was set alight and it continues to burn even today. The crater measures roughly 60 meters in diameter and 20 meters deep and is located in Turkmenistan.”

    http://blog.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2010/06/04/guatemalas_sinkhole_has_nothing_on_turkmenistans_pit_of_flame

    since 1971 and still burning!!! parang gateway to hell lang. :D

  9. World champion free diver Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier created an amazing video. Watch him sink from the top of Dean’s Blue Hole and fall towards the bottom.

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