Bayou Corne has a New Fly Over from On Wings of Care


jerks (WordPress) …. trying to keep this news from the public

Originally posted on flying cuttlefish picayune:


[ WordPress is blocking me from editing The Louisiana Sinkhole Bugle  so I am posting this in the parent blog ]

WORDPRESS: Why are you blocking the Bugle from readers?

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Helicorder Outages & Tues. News

Darrell Goad caught the recent helicorder outages on this video:


Notice on Mar. 16th at LA10-01 -  a big blip after 8:30 a.m..  And 45 seconds into the video the helicorders start showing big seismic activity (not work trucks).


LA12 snortin’ and burpin’ all night

LA 21 went offline March 15th.   Who needs seismic monitors when poison gas is unchecked and no one is allowed to use protective suits? And a main road away from the area (Hwy 69) is sagging in next to bubble site. There’s mystery seismos next the other road (Hwy 70) constantly going. And the berm roads sag as fast as they can be built?

Something happened at 5:04 p.m. at Lake FUBAR.
It showed on all the helicorders. Here’s LA21 -


Tuesday evening a 4.0 quake in North Mexico near the Gulf and near Texas.   Just before 7 p.m. CST.

Would you be ready if there was water contamination in your area?

Seismos at Lake FUBAR Monday and Home Owners’ Plight

Many (not all) helicorders going wild today before the work start-up begins. It is probably not trucks and machines but there could be a malfunction. If not . . .  WATCH OUT!



Parish blog: “Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed last Friday) was at 3,995′ (359′ from the cavern roof) which is 351′ drop from the tagging performed two weeks ago.”


We heard life is getting worse and worse for Bayou Corne residents who refused to take an unfair home-buy deal from Texas Brine. Beside all the noxious fumes in their neighborhood they have all manor of quality of life deterioration going on. . . .

LIKE . . .


AND . . .


This video demonstrates some of the pain Bayou Corne homeowners face these days. Video is about another area, Mossville,  damaged by oil and gas goons. . . .


Rad Chick on Bayou Corne - She mentions radioactive pipescale from oil drilling that is stored in lots of these old caverns around Bayou Corne.


Those old “plugged and abandoned” wells are not checked to see if they are really plugged properly.  Besides H2S and methane all kinds of unknown gases and possibly radioactive seep are fouling the air around Lake FUBAR. Workers are not wearing proper gear to protect them from any of it. No gas masks etc.

Friday News – Water Festival is Tomorrow in Baton Rouge

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

JPL – NASA Radar Demonstrates Ability to Foresee Sinkholes

The parish blog has an update. Same work, same Code 1.

The AdvocateJames Gill: Industry spokesman doesn’t worry about the facts

Briggs’ pathetic performance

Is Vermilion Parish Sinking Into the Gulf of Mexico?

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.”

Got Plutonium?

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. . . .”

LA14 Grumbles continue + Monday News

After work (after 6 p.m.) the helicorder at LA14 shows extra big jumps.

Tuesday update really wild at 3 a.m.. The Parish blog says they are keeping the CODE 1 status.


The AdvocateGen. Honore: La. water quality faces big threats

Author John Barry driving motivation for lawsuit against 97 oil and gas companies: ‘I want the Louisiana coast to survive’

INDMake them pay
For far too long, the oil and gas industry has been given free reign by our state’s lawmakers to ravage our coastline.

Protect internet freedom:


10:45 a.m. Update from the Parish Blog


Did the tag flutter up there or is there no cavern anymore??

They remain at CODE 1 …. other announcement.

Texas Brine doesn’t have anything to say about all this but they did put out a fact-sheet about their swell berm road project.

Originally posted on Assumption Parish Police Jury:

Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed on Friday 1/31/2014), was at 3,645′ which is 9′ from the cavern roof. As information becomes available, it will be shared here. 

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