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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby matr1x » October 1st, 2019, 5:29 am

Why ppl build there? Soil quality. Great for crops.

Also, when aboud own thousands of acres in Las cuevas and ppl can't buy, where will you live?

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby randolphinshan » October 1st, 2019, 6:56 am

matr1x wrote:Why ppl build there? Soil quality. Great for crops.

Also, when aboud own thousands of acres in Las cuevas and ppl can't buy, where will you live?


Piparo big UNC area and nothing was done for them during 2010 ~ 2015. Sewage only study to make mischief as a cabal member while Barry was dust toting Kams bag as personal assistant and Vidawayee was paid millions to put on powder for Kams during her trips around the world while man near the volcano deading

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » October 1st, 2019, 7:06 am

randolphinshan wrote:
matr1x wrote:Why ppl build there? Soil quality. Great for crops.

Also, when aboud own thousands of acres in Las cuevas and ppl can't buy, where will you live?


Piparo big UNC area and nothing was done for them during 2010 ~ 2015. Sewage only study to make mischief as a cabal member while Barry was dust toting Kams bag as personal assistant and Vidawayee was paid millions to put on powder for Kams during her trips around the world while man near the volcano deading


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all pnm areas....what did PNM do for them???

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby Kickstart » October 1st, 2019, 7:59 am

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:
randolphinshan wrote:
matr1x wrote:Why ppl build there? Soil quality. Great for crops.

Also, when aboud own thousands of acres in Las cuevas and ppl can't buy, where will you live?


Piparo big UNC area and nothing was done for them during 2010 ~ 2015. Sewage only study to make mischief as a cabal member while Barry was dust toting Kams bag as personal assistant and Vidawayee was paid millions to put on powder for Kams during her trips around the world while man near the volcano deading


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all pnm areas....what did PNM do for them???
Gave them gang contracts

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby sMASH » October 1st, 2019, 8:05 am

randolphinshan wrote:
matr1x wrote:Why ppl build there? Soil quality. Great for crops.

Also, when aboud own thousands of acres in Las cuevas and ppl can't buy, where will you live?


Piparo big UNC area and nothing was done for them during 2010 ~ 2015. Sewage only study to make mischief as a cabal member while Barry was dust toting Kams bag as personal assistant and Vidawayee was paid millions to put on powder for Kams during her trips around the world while man near the volcano deading



u ever been up there bro, place real nice and rural... like lavantee, but with less pests. and a tourist attraction in the mud volcano.

imo, the perimeter of the first major eruption should be the extent to which it would be affecting. but, u would have land shifting a little wider.


if is a problem, the govt could relocate the surrounding settlements.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » October 1st, 2019, 8:13 am

Govt only relocates people when it benefits the govt

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby matr1x » October 1st, 2019, 9:42 am

They relocate to hdc houses.


In piparo you don't have to worry about banditry as much. Let's face it, for all the support that lavantille has gotten, have the residents elevated themselves? There is zero reason why gang violence happens in pnm areas.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby The_Honourable » October 1st, 2019, 6:15 pm

Subsidence continues at Piparo Mud Volcano.

The drone imagery on 29th September 2019 shows more fractures have formed near the vent. All fractures are widening. The area has now undergone subsidence in the order of 3.4ft since 22nd September.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby De Dragon » October 3rd, 2019, 6:40 pm

Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby randolphinshan » October 3rd, 2019, 10:32 pm

De Dragon wrote:Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.


The man right, many people take risk by building in vulnerable areas but like to shun away from the acceptance of disaster risk.

Go read some literature on disaster risk reduction before you come here and spill your illiteracy.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby pugboy » October 3rd, 2019, 10:34 pm

Who build the hdc apartments on shifty soil
Las alturas was the name?

De Dragon wrote:Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby 88sins » October 4th, 2019, 11:45 am

pugboy wrote:Who build the hdc apartments on shifty soil
Las alturas was the name?

De Dragon wrote:Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.

listen here eh
who tell you ppl want all dis setta logic and sense and recollection of actual facts in d ppl ched? :lol:
this is Trinidad boi, anyting is everyting and everyting ain't nuttin. nobody responsible for nuttn here at no time.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby De Dragon » October 4th, 2019, 12:56 pm

randolphinshan wrote:
De Dragon wrote:Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.


The man right, many people take risk by building in vulnerable areas but like to shun away from the acceptance of disaster risk.

Go read some literature on disaster risk reduction before you come here and spill your illiteracy.

Sheitty Bamsee Tokesy, there are several ways to prevent people from building in at risk areas, NONE of which is to be an arsehole like Goebbels and question it post-flood.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby randolphinshan » October 4th, 2019, 10:21 pm

De Dragon wrote:
randolphinshan wrote:
De Dragon wrote:Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.


The man right, many people take risk by building in vulnerable areas but like to shun away from the acceptance of disaster risk.

Go read some literature on disaster risk reduction before you come here and spill your illiteracy.

Sheitty Bamsee Tokesy, there are several ways to prevent people from building in at risk areas, NONE of which is to be an arsehole like Goebbels and question it post-flood.


Try to be mature and make some sense for once. All you know is man toksey and bamsee because that is what you like. Grow up little boy and stay out of big people business.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby The_Honourable » October 6th, 2019, 7:15 pm

Piparo Mud Volcano update:

Gas continues to be expelled at the main vent with a constant hissing sound. Small pools on the northern side continue to bubble occassionally. Gas escapes along fractures heading westward as well as southward. A very small vent has appeared approximately 30ft south of the main vent and bubbles constantly.

The main changes observed over the last week has been an increase in the number and width of the fractures on southern side. Southern area has gone downward by almost a foot overall.

The northern fractured area has also gone downward but by much less approximatley 8-10cm.

Overall the area is still experiencing subsidence, now a bit faster on the southern side than the northern.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/AAPGYPTT/posts ... 5387687158

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby De Dragon » October 6th, 2019, 9:34 pm

randolphinshan wrote:
De Dragon wrote:
randolphinshan wrote:
De Dragon wrote:Goebbels go say suck salt, ollour shouldna build by no volcano.


The man right, many people take risk by building in vulnerable areas but like to shun away from the acceptance of disaster risk.

Go read some literature on disaster risk reduction before you come here and spill your illiteracy.

Sheitty Bamsee Tokesy, there are several ways to prevent people from building in at risk areas, NONE of which is to be an arsehole like Goebbels and question it post-flood.


Try to be mature and make some sense for once. All you know is man toksey and bamsee because that is what you like. Grow up little boy and stay out of big people business.

Dummy, again there are several ways to deter people from building in flood, or other high risk areas, and again dummy NONE of them are to chastise people afterwards.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby matix » October 6th, 2019, 11:46 pm

Why waste your energy on token?

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby De Dragon » October 7th, 2019, 12:14 am

matix wrote:Why waste your energy on token?


I have a soft spot for mentally challenged PNM supporters.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby The_Honourable » October 17th, 2019, 12:50 am

Piparo Mud Volcano update -17/10/2019

Over the past 10 days subsidence has continued in the areas south of the current main vent. The rate of subsidence in this area has decreased overall with a maximum of 15cm of vertical drop observed over this time period.

The areas north of the central vent however, have been uplifted subtly by up to 20cm max in places.

Note that a fair amount of rainfall occurred over the last 10 days which can hamper the accuracy of the measurements.

Bubbles are still observed in fractures and pools on the northern area as well as fractures in the south western area. The very small vent which occurs 30ft south of the central vent still bubbles continuously.

The activity at the central vent appears to have noticeably increased over the past week with constant bubbling and occasional loud blasts shooting mud upward about a foot into the air.

Members of the the public are advised to stay away from the mud volcano due to its current heightened activity.

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » October 17th, 2019, 6:40 am

It will blow on dec 2nd

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Re: Piparo mud volcano a cause for concern....

Postby The_Honourable » October 18th, 2019, 7:25 pm

ODPM prepares for Piparo volcano to erupt

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HEIGHTENED seismic activity at the Piparo mud volcano has prompted geoscientist Xavier Moonan to warn residents to keep their distance.

Recent drone topography tests, he told Newsday yesterday, showed significant changes since the last surveys ten days ago.

On Thursday, representatives from several agencies met with residents who live around the volcano and spoke to them about a possible eruption and relocation. Moonan, who works with Touchstone Exploration, said, “Bubbles are still (being) observed in fractures and pools in the northern and southwestern areas. Activity at the central vent has noticeably increased over the past week."The volcano last erupted in February 1997.

Last month, residents said it began to "rear its head" again, and reported hearing rumbling at nights, coupled with the pungent odour of sulphuric gas.At the meeting, ODPM CEO retired Maj Gen Rodney Smart told Newsday the agency was working with scientists to determine the best course of action.

"There is an evacuation plan in place, but due to the nature of the problem, it is being constantly revised to ensure the safest route is used," he said.Chairman of the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation Henry Awong, is hoping more can be done for the people who live in close proximity.He said the imminent threat of an eruption has them nervous, but uppermost in their minds is the extent to which relocation will affect them financially.

Awong said, "There is no genuine effort at the ministry’s level to provide compulsory evacuations for people closest to the volcano."Smart said if it becomes necessary, evacuation will be mandatory and more than likely, he added, “It would be permanent.”The next meeting will be held at Cipriani Trace today at 4 pm.

Source: https://newsday.co.tt/2019/10/18/odpm-p ... -to-erupt/

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