LA12 shows it start going off around 8 p.m. –
We didn’t bother with a weekend news report since we can’t find anything to report.
There hasn’t been an accounting of Crosstex butane since November(!).
Meanwhile the helicordes continue to report non-stop instability at Bayou Corne.
Note: some updates are in the comments.
The Advocate – Plans on the table for La. 70 emergency bypass around Bayou Corne sinkhole < has map
Some quakes to note-
The tremors from Lake FUBAR continue – LA12 shows it well.
LINK – http://youtu.be/TgWjk6TErgU
FBI accuses company executive of lying about West Virginia chemical spill
Gary Southern lied about role at chemical storage company to protect his wealth from lawsuits, FBI says
The executive charged in a West Virginia chemical spill that left 300,000 people without drinking water lied about his role with the involved company to protect his personal wealth of nearly $8 million from lawsuits, according to an FBI affidavit.
Unsafe for driving but safe to sleep in a home there??
Originally posted on Assumption Parish Police Jury:
State Project No. H.010571.2
Federal Aid Project No. H.010571
LA 70 Detour Route
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will hold a public hearing to discuss the results of the LA 70 Detour Route Environmental Assessment (EA). Detailed information relative to the project is available to those interested through copies of the EA. This information is available for review and/or copying at the DOTD’s District Office (8100 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge). Copies of this data will be made available upon request at the expense of the person requesting this information, and at a cost equal to the DOTD’s cost of reproduction. The EA is available, for review only, at the FHWA Division Office (5304 Flanders Drive, Suite A, Baton Rouge) and at the DOTD Environmental Section Office (1201 Capitol Access Road, 5th Floor, Baton Rouge). The EA…
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The helicorders showed ever increasing tremors Thursday. Around dusk they increased into fuzz on the helicorders and that increased over night. It is on all the monitors. LA12 shows it -
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Then something happened at 12:34 p.m. -
. . . and same again just after 2 p.m. – LA10-02 shows it well.
After 10 p.m. Saturday. LA12 shows it well.
BAYOU CORNE — After more than two years, the mandatory evacuation order for people living near an Assumption Parish sinkhole has eased for some in the area.
The parish policy jury said Thursday that an area east of Grand Bayou along Highway 70 has been re-designated to a voluntary evacuation zone, rather than a mandatory one…
” . . . They added it is believed all of the gas has been removed from the area. They will continued to investigate and monitor the area to confirm that the gas is depleted. . . . “
” [scientists] look at how a layer beneath the Earth’s crust may be responsible for volcanic eruptions.
The discovery challenges conventional thought that volcanoes are caused when plates that make up the planet’s crust shift and release heat.
Instead of coming from deep within the interior of the planet, the responsibility is closer to the surface, about 80 kilometers to 200 kilometers deep — a layer above the Earth’s mantle, known as the asthenosphere.”
also of interest – More mysterious holes discovered under shifting Mount Baldy dune, Indiana
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- 4.0 quake in OK (shakemap latest headlines are in the RSS feed on the right sidebar) … very shallow … from fracking(??)
After 6:30 a.m. there was a big ding. Maybe something fell in from a collapsing ceiling in the cavern(??). LA10-02 shows it.