A major natural gas pipeline explosion in southern Kentucky destroyed three houses, shaking the ground and hurling huge boulders high into the air early Thursday, Feb 13, 2014.
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The gas pipeline explosion and ensuing fire in the rural community of Knifley destroyed three houses, two barns, and several cars, forcing the evacuation of residents, according to Kentucky Emergency Management Director Greg Thomas. One person suffered burns and was taken to hospital.
The Columbia Gulf Transmission gas pipeline, buried 20 ft. deep in the mountainside near the rural community of Knifley, exploded from the ground just after 1 a.m. local time, flinging huge boulders into the air and creating a deep crater.
The gas pipeline explosion occurred less than 24 hours after a massive sinkhole swallowed eight Corvettes at the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. Is there a connection?
Yes, there is!
You can add this gas pipeline explosion and the massive sinkhole to the string of major earth-change disasters taking place in Kentucky. Then, connect the dots between these two destructive events to get the "big picture," by drawing a straight line on the map from the massive sinkhole in Bowling Green to the natural gas pipeline explosion in Knifley, a distance of only about 80 miles.
The "big picture" includes the Planet X (Nibiru) caused earth wobble and tremendous stress put on Kentucky by the diagonal stretch of of the North American continent and the spreading of the Atlantic Ocean. (And remember, Kentucky is a New Madrid Seismic Zone state.)
The gas pipeline explosion and fire in Knifley, about 90 miles south of Louisville, could be seen from Columbia, more than 12 miles from the blaze. Michael Clinkscales, a student at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, saw the fire from his campus and posted this picture on Twitter.
Time for concern. You bet! Prepare for the worst? Yes, it is yet to come.