There were 359 recorded sink holes in 2016 and they are increasing yearly

Last year November, 2016 a large hole at an intersection in Fukuoka, Japan opened up and when it was first reported by the foreign press it was said to have been a “sink hole.” That was incorrect because in the case of the large hole opening up at the intersection in Fukuoka, Japan, it was attributed to construction of a subway tunnel that had been bored out underneath the intersection and that is what collapsed. There have been an increasing number of sink holes around the world and it seems they have been steadily increasing since 2010 with 359 sink holes around the world reported in 2016. What is causing all these sink holes? The electric plasma theory of the universe may give a plausible explanation for all these sinks holes. Watch the following video clip to see why the electric universe theory may off some good insights.