Big Fluid Movement at 8 P.M. Friday


It lasted over 1/2 an hour. Really BIG! It looked like this, LA17

And before that all the helicorders had an OUTAGE from after 5 til after 7 p.m. . . — OR — someone removed the data then. Many helicorders showed a half hour of fluid movement at 1 p.m..

Here’s the LA12 chart:




At 8 A.M. there is big fluid movement again showing on LA17. Maybe they are ading/removing water with pumps. It looks suspicious when it happens during work hours even though they say they are on a Code 2. There was a 6.2 quake in Chile about that time.

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?

Large Seismic Activity (?) at 8 P.M. Sunday at LA 14 (or it is broken monitor) + Mon. News

The helicorders show the same fuzz except LA14 had a large seismic event at 8 p.m. that continued after midnight into Monday. Two helicorders, LA 10-01 and 02 show missing data, skipped lines.


15 minutes is MISSING starting at 9:45 p.m.. ↑  It shows even bigger spikes at 12:15 a.m.. Monday. At 6:30 a.m. LA14 got drunk:


The parish blog has an update. They are keeping the CODE 1 status.

8:45 p.m. CST – Maybe the LA 14 helicorder is broken? It is completely wacky.


Dormant volcanoes can become active quickly

At 3:41 a.m. CST there was a big 5.7 quake in N. Columbia. The quakes and volcanoes in Central America haven’t let up. All of the Pacific Rim has been jumping.

Reader, Jec points out there is a series of forest fires all in a row on the New Madrid Fault Zone. Here is a map showing them from RSOE:



North Carolina coal ash dump disaster – NC officials fear 2nd pipe collapse at Duke plant

Groundbreaking New Report: Silent Methane Killer Leaking Up To 75% More Than EPA Said

[snip] . . .  “In November, Harvard University-led research found that industry’s methane gas leaks have been especially under-estimated. That study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, reported methane emissions from fossil fuel extraction and oil refineries in some regions are nearly five times higher than previous estimates. That was one of the 200 studies included the study released this week.”


Thurs. News – Lots of Seismic Fuzz Overnight

Constant seismic activity at Lake FUBAR. See helicorders. . . (except LA11 which seems broken)


9:30 p.m. CST – LA14 has a cough.

We missed this Op-Ed (Jan. 9) – The AdvocateJames Gill: Graves shows why lawsuit is needed

“Garret Graves, Gov. Bobby Jindal’s point man on coastal restoration, makes a compelling case. He should by now have convinced all doubters that the state ought to sue the oil and gas companies that have spent about a century ravaging our wetlands. That wasn’t Graves’ intention and it won’t happen. But put together all his public pronouncements, and that’s where logic leads. Graves and Jindal actually want the companies to go scot-free, leaving you and me to pick up a tab that is bound to run into the billions. That’s why they are in the process of scuttling a suit filed by the New Orleans-area levee board seeking damages for the havoc caused by the canals and pipelines that criss-cross Louisiana’s rapidly disappearing marshes. . . “

About Texas – With a Rise in Manmade Quakes, a Search for More Data

[snip] ” . . . The likely culprit behind the quakes isn’t fracking, but rather a byproduct of it — hundreds of billions of gallons of wastewater from oil and gas drilling. The disposal of that wastewater deep underground has been known to cause faults to slip, triggering earthquakes in parts of Texas. There were under a hundred recorded earthquakes (measuring 2.0 or higher) in Texas during the three decades before the current drilling boom began in earnest in 2007, according to records from the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Since then, there’s been two hundred quakes recorded by the agency, along with hundreds more smaller ones. . . “

Maryland – weird event. (We don’t know where to put this)  Boom, then rumble leaves Ocean City[MD]  puzzled

Illinois -  weird event. (We don’t know where to put this)  No carbon monoxide found in Springfield school, School evacuated ater students fall ill

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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