Thursday, January 6, 2011

Indonesia Crumbling?

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Indonesia is Crumbling and Sinking

Just as predicted by the STO Zetas

As predicted by the STO Zetas re start of 7 of 10, Indonesia is Crumbling and Sinking, gradually. Land movement is going on. The government has issued maps of land-movement danger zones since 2006.
Zeta's right again...I must say like Nancy.
Since this December 2010 alone, there have been numerous sinking lands in Indonesia. Trans-Sumatra Road, Trans-Kalimantan (Borneo) Road, and Trans-Sulawesi Road, have been experiencing some sinking/collapse. Some parts of Sumatra mountain ranges, Bukit Barisan (the longest one in SE Asia), are collapsing;  a mountain in West Java is cracking and due for a big collapse. Some houses were swallowed by sinkholes as deep as 15 metres or more. Some claimed lives and injuries.
Sinking and/or collapsing lands/hills/mountain ranges/bridges/roads have been happening for the past few years, with the fastest pace in December 2010 occurring throughout Indonesia. Some occurred simultaneously. Most were accompanied by heavy downpours. Some were due to apparent land movements, floods, and hurricane-force winds, some just confused people. Sinking depth varies from just tens cm to 50 metres.
Here's a report on just some of the numerous landslides and sinking lands in Indonesia per December 2010.
30 December 2010: Central JavaHill in Purbalingga Collapsed.
29 December 2010: Central Java.A Dike of 32 metre long in Bedana Village of Kalibening, Banjarnegara collapsed.
29 December 2010: JakartaPengapuran Raya Street, Tambora, West Jakarta was broken. The broken concrete slabs were due to heavy traffic, it was thought.
28 December 2010: Central JavaBumiayu-Brebes Ring Road was closed due to partly collapsed bridge (sinkhole underneath).
27 December 2010: West JavaThe concrete body joining Balubur St. and Pasteur St. on Pasopati Flyover, Bandung, shifted, leaving a 10-cm gap. Rapid sinking has been happening all over Bandung.
23 December 2010: East JavaThe LAPINDO hot mud dike (11 metres high) burst again on 23 Decembe... (as observed by Indonesian scientists). The water of 50 cm high flooded a nearby village and a 200-m-long road. Some houses sank 2.5 metres deep.
22 December 2010: Central JavaLandslides in Brebes Injures Six and Destroys a house (Media Indonesia).  Location: Dukuh Kosambi, Jipang Village of Bantarkuwung, Brebes, Central Java.
22 December 2010: BaliFloods and landslides assault Northern Bali.
21 December 2010: Sulawesi.
20 December 2010: Central JavaLandslides and Sinking Road Assault Pekalongan (Media Indonesia). Heavy Rain caused landslides in Pekalongan hills, destroying twenties houses. Six villages were isolated after the sinking of five road spots of 12 km long.
18 December 2010: East Java. Sinking and Rising Land in Madura Island A land of 100 metres wide and 200 metres long in Tlokoh Village of Kokop, Bangkalan, Madura, suddenly sank 10 metres deep. This bewildered the locals.
17 December 2010: Borneo (Kalimantan)A truck sank into Trans-Kalimantan roadside, in Anjir Serapat.
14 December 2010: West  Java. Mount Pancar cracked, due for big landslides. The landslides would affect the elite real estate of Sentul City (Beverly Block and Cikeruh River). A sinkhole (3 meter wide, 5 m deep) developed 716 meter above sea level (on the mountain).
14 December 2010: North SumatraTrans-Sumatra road keeps sinking. Bukit Barisan mountain ranges, in Sumatra (with some of its peaks reaching 3000 m high, running from North to South Sumatra) has also been collapsing in four spots.
13 December 2010: Jakarta. Petojo VIJ Street Sank 50 km long, 6 m deep (Berita Jakarta). Cracks were then found on 15 houses. The residents have been worried if their houses would sink too. Being vigilant, they've been watching any signs of further sinking. Location: Kali Siantar, Cideng-Gambir, Central Jakarta. A researcher at LIPI (Indonesian State Science Foundation) Otto S.R. Ongkosongo warned that Jakarta was prone to the same disaster as that of Petojo, considering that the same thing happened before that to Bendungan Jago Street in Kemayoran, Central Jakarta. Loss of land elevation has also threatened the progress of MRT (mass rapid transit) project in Jakarta due for completion in 2016. 
12 December 2010: North SumatraJamin Ginting Street in Dusun 1 Sugo Village of Pancurbatu, Deliser...Sept 2010: landslide, again, in Trans-Sumatra road (Location: Panyabungan, Kotanopan).
12 December 2010: Nusa Tenggara Barat. Five Hectare Land Sank 50 Meters deep (Media Indonesia). A resident's land in Dusun Corong, Pemepek Village of Pringgarata, Central Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat, gradually sank to 50 metres deep. The village chief was taken aback by such a natural phenomenon as there were  no rivers in the vicinity.
12 December 2010: Bali. Four areas in Bali are Landslide zones.
11 Desember 2010: Yogyakarta (Central Java)Pringgodiningratan Street, Sleman Sank 6 Metres deep(, Jogja). The street sank 8 metres long. The road was thought to start sinking on 11 Dec. at 3 am. Before sinking, the road developed a hole of only 1 square metres the day before. It was speculated that the land was getting softer after heavy rains for a few days.
10 Desember 2010: Yogyakarta (Cenral Java). Sinking Road Created a giant sinkhole in Sleman, Yogyakarta(Media Indonesia). A large gaping hole (diameter: 10 m, depth: 10 m) was formed in Merapi Street, Sleman, Yogyakarta. The sinkhole forced the local goverment office of Sleman to close as the access road was cut off. The initial hole was only as large as an umbrella on Dec. 10, it was said, but at 9 pm on the same day, the hole was getting much wider and deeper.
10 Desember 2010: Central Java. Land movement assault Cintamanik Village of Bumijawa, Tegal, destroying 22 houses and 25 hectares of paddy fields in the vicinity.
10 December 2010: Central Java. Sinking Road in Sidorejo Village. The road connecting to other villages sank one metres deep.  
10 December 2010: West Java. Landslide in Karangpucung and Cimanggu, Cilacap, West Java.
06 Desember 2010: Central Java Sinking land destroy 7 houses in Karangpari, Bantarkawung, Brebes(Suara Merdeka). The land sank 20-50 cm deep and threatened hundreds other houses. The residents (most are farmers) are still living in such houses with fear due to poverty.
08 Desember 2010: West Sulawesi. High tides scoured coastal areas in Tappalang, Mamuju 
06 Desember 2010: East Java .Trawas Hill collapsed, cutting off road Trawas-Ngoro, Kedung, Mojokerto, East Java.
04 Desember 2010West JavaHeavy traffic jam due to sinking Pajajaran Street in Bandung. The sinkhole (again, in the area) was 8 metres deep and 6 metres in diameter.
01 December 2010: West JavaRoad to northern Garut was cut off due to sinking road in Kampung Kadulempeng, Wangunjaya Village of Banjarwangi. The road (5 metres long, 2 metres wide) sank 2.5 metres deep.

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