THE TEXAS PANHANDLE:
February 27, 2011
Fires Rage Across Panhandle, Evacuations Ordered
A group of four wildfires in northeast Potter County has burned about 1,200 acres and has prompted a mandatory evacuation, according to the Texas Forest Service. Evacuation has been ordered for: Mesilla Park, El Rancho, the Webb Road area and parts of Willow Creek. People in these neighborhoods should evacuate to a safe place immediately, officials said. Officials are reporting the Potter County fire to be 20 percent contained. Highway 136 in the Willow Creek area is closed.
The fires have burned a number of structures but it is unclear how many at this time. The fire is fast moving and still out of control, according to officials...
REGARDING THE TEXAS PANHANDLE: Something to keep in mind...
HUGOTON PANHANDLE NATURAL GAS RESERVE & PANTEX
IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT THE U.S GOVERNMENT HAS HAD ITS MILITARY, ITS BEST EXPERTS, SCIENTISTS FROM
AMERICA'S BEST UNIVERSITIES, AS WELL AS EXPERTS FROM THE CHEVRON OIL COMPANY, EXAMINE WHAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO READ, AND NOT ONE OF THEM HAS BEEN ABLE TO DISPROVE ANY PART OF IT !!
THE GREAT ABYSS
According to its own official maps, America (and the entire North American continent) sit directly on top of the largest natural gas reserve on earth. The problem is, as demonstrated below, the gas reserve is now taking on oxygen from the earth's surface, which is turning it into the largest, most volatile BOMB ever to be imagined by mankind.
The map to the right is of the official U.S. Geological Survey of America's natural gas reserves; all of which are collectively referred to as the HUGOTON PANHANDLE GAS RESERVE because of their underground interconnectivity. The various colors on the map indicate the density of gas from one area to another. The entire North American Continent is perched directly on top of the H-P Reserve.
PANTEX is where America stores most of its larger "obsolete" nuclear weapons while they await being dismantled. Pantex is located just thirty miles south of where the H-P Natural Gas Reserve sits a mere fifty feet below the surface of the earth, indicated by the red dot on the Texas county map (left)...