Thanks to Alvin at http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/ for posting this article originally posted on www.SOTT.net. The article is presented here unedited and with all pictures on the original article which tell the real story
Bizarre reports of gaping holes in the ground continue to come in from all over the place – in cities, on the open roads, in the countryside. Many of the ‘sinkholes’ you’ll see below have been individually explained away as happening due to heavy rainfall during storms, old leftover constructions from mining and subsidence caused by some nearby disturbance – either natural or man-made. The cause of others, however, remain mysterious. I think the important thing to consider is why so many of these sinkholes are appearing at once.
If you consider that the universe speaks to us in symbols, then perhaps there may be a deeper meaning behind their appearance at this evolutionary crossroads for humanity? With all the other Earth Changes going on before our very eyes, I think sinkholes provide more evidence that an old stable system — namely, Earth’s surface — is breaking up. Have a look at this collection of images gathered on SOTT from recent years and months (days even!) and see what you think.
© DDP July 18th, 2009. Nachterstedt, Germany. The enormous hole in the ground opened up to a hole about 1,150 feet (350m) in diameter and 500 feet (150m) deep.
© unknown 2010. Guatemala City. A bird’s-eye view of the giant sinkhole which swallowed a 3-storey building.
Feb. 8, 2011. Workers try to attach chains on a City of Houston Public Works dump truck, after it fell into a sinkhole caused by a cave-in in Houston, Texas. Officials said the truck was carrying gravel to repair portholes on the street when the road fell out beneath the truck, which fell into the hole backwards.
© AP Pennsylvania, USA. Depth is about 60 foot (18m).
January 07th 2011. Michigan, USA.
© Unknown May 30th 2011. China. The bridge collapsed in the early hours of Sunday morning, injuring two men.
© sott.net June 10th 2011. Brussels, Belgium.