How things went Saturday at the Water Festival:
- WBRZ – Without water, we’re Arkansas < has video
- WDSU – Green Army rallies at state capitol
- WAFB – Rally for cleaner water in Louisiana at the Capitol
- (we will add more stories here)
This may have nothing to do with Lake FUBAR but lately the seismic activity has been of a bigger magnitude in this space between Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. It is always an active spot but usually very low level tremors. Now they are quite sizable quakes. Not huge like in Oceania now but the increase is notable.
Today’s map from RSOE:
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The twin quake magnitudes are often nearly the same spot at a different depth.
REMINDER - MARCH 8 the Green Army Water Festival in Baton Rouge is at the State Capitol Grounds
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m..
If you care about clean Louisiana water try to go. DETAILS
The parish blog has an update. Same work, same Code 1.
The Advocate – James Gill: Industry spokesman doesn’t worry about the facts
Carlsbad salt dome nuke disaster — IKK!! “Scientists will also eventually begin testing the salt mined in the north mine for radiation contamination. WIPP currently sells the salt to local private industry, including for use as salt feed at local dairies. Franco [of DOE] said he thinks the DOE should be able to continue selling the mined salt.”
Before It’s News – 3 Methane Gas Leak/Explosions In 2 Days, Expect More, Scientists Say
Near Charlotte, N.C. – Several Quail Hollow students sickened at school
“. . . . Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials said authorities were working to determine the cause of the illnesses, but a report from Medic called the situation a “gas leak.”
Charlotte Fire Department Spokesman Mark Basnight told the Observer there was no evidence of a gas leak, and that firefighters hadn’t detected any substance when they arrived. . . .”
From discussion now at Radioactive Chat -
ITEM: 5.0 quake off South California
If they are doing it in Southern California waters are they doing it in the Gulf of Mexico? Is there any drilling apparatus not in the Gulf of Mexico??? And there’s that giant lake of methane there too. Wouldn’t fooling around with fracking and the exotic mix of chemicals and sometimes radioactive components be unwise around such a vast amount of methane hydrates???
See earlier post - Giant Methane Pool in the Gulf of Mexico
South berm sagging, eh?
Originally posted on Assumption Parish Police Jury:
Monday, March 3 work-
Sinkhole Activity Code 1 – indicating work is allowed on sinkhole and within containment berms. Seismic monitoring indicates continued low levels of subsurface activity near sinkhole/Oxy 3.
Air Monitoring/Sub-slab Sampling and Ventilation
- Conducting ventilation system inspections
- Continuing ORW 21 pump test (north of Sauce Piquante, west of Crawfish Stew) and surveying settlement rods at site
- Conducting pump test on ORW 26 (northwest of containment berm, near La 70) in preparation for de-watering
- Doing workover on ORW 37 (near Sportsman’s Landing)
- Installing transducer on ORW 39 (north of containment berm)
Something happened after 4 p.m. at Lake FUBAR. It made a big fluid movement jump on the charts. LA17 shows it well but it shows on other helicorders too. It may have been set off by Central American large quakes today. Plus the Guatemala volcano is acting up. They can all be seen on the RSOE map.
A good map shown here:
LINK – http://youtu.be/Req59IFfi6M