It showed on all the helicorders. 12:55 a.m. is 6:55:00 a.m. UTC/GMT time.
Darrell Goad shows the outages . . .
LINK - http://youtu.be/4srErKNQuNs
LINK - http://youtu.be/miSOFa3t404
Texas Brine put out a fact-sheet (Jan. 2) saying they have everything under control and the ikk isn’t seeping from Lake FUBAR because of they liner they put in.
Jan. 4 video -
LINK - http://youtu.be/xiDlN2SW6cI
Story from France on Lake FUBAR < translation – see comment here…
Stuart Smith – Big Oil still poisoning Louisiana with radiation
Thurs. afternoon all the helicorders shown fuzz like this:
DNR has an Inspection Report for today.
Crosstex (butane cavern) has an update for Dec. 28 -
WE KNOW YOU HAVE A (private) LIVE CAM!
Real Coastal Warriors has this from Texas – Houston: Pipeline Explosion, Fire Near La Porte in Morgan’s Point
LINK - http://youtu.be/VDSku8i0FaY < turn audio off
New drone testing sites could boost oil industry use < wonder if we could get one of these to video Lake FUBAR?
We found a Situation Summary (Dec. 26 date) from GOHSEP – good for people with a new puppy in the house. Page 60 has the ‘new’ info from DNR. The map they have of the area is out of date and doesn’t even show the new west berm.
The Weather Channel reported on Lake FUBAR – Massive Louisiana Sinkhole In More Trouble
The Daily Mail [UK] – The sinkhole eating Louisiana: Enormous swamp the size of 20 football fields continues to grow as more residents flee < has video
oh . . . and the south berm is sagging!
“Salt water and other contaminants in the sinkhole are inches away from seeping into the freshwater bayous nearby.”
LINK - http://youtu.be/fQpE7CrGx3Y
And Texas Brine gives a tepid assurance the south berm will hold while they build a new one….
The Advocate – Worst-case sinkhole scenario would reroute Bayou Corne
Texas Brine Co. has developed a backup plan to replace the cracked southern section of a protective levee surrounding the sinkhole in northern Assumption Parish and may look to reroute Bayou Corne if conditions deteriorate further, records show.
The company’s new draft plan, filed this month with regulators who are still reviewing it, proposes “triggers” that would prompt the levee replacement. It also outlines an alternative of rerouting Bayou Corne if a replacement levee proves too unstable to maintain due to sinking of the remaining land between the sinkhole and the bayou. . . .
. . . a new southern levee farther from the sinkhole, would be built if the existing levee drops 4 feet in 30 days even after planned repairs or if testing shows the underlying earth is too unstable for repairs, Texas Brine’s plan says.Once the company determined it had to move the southern levee, it would then develop plans to reroute the bayou. . . .