oil slicks in the Bayou . . . photo set here.
trees sagging …
ENE News noticed the oil sheen is 1/2 mile away from the sinkhole.
Videos from last night’s resident briefing, as well as a video from today’s flyover have been posted at:
Aerial photographs have also been added at:
Video & article.
“Pump water into oil wells, causing fracturing along a fault line… ADD IN a massive explosion at the base of a seismically prone area..
Induce a large earthquake, sink a river valley … and have it all attributed to ‘natural causes’.“
LINK – http://youtu.be/vXZuumxrhHs
Thanks to Walter Coin for this – 😉
We’ll put up meeting video as soon as we get it.
1.7 quake Ridgely, Tennessee | MAP
Texas Brine has a report that isn’t 10 days old. From Jan. 26. Other reports dated the same –
We also found not too ancient results from contractors Shaw is using. Here are some –
We are SURE, since last night’s meeting was science oriented these results (known all this time to DNR and DHH) were discussed with residents.
Seismic Monitors going off. Tremors in the cavern unless they are doing thumper truck before 6 a.m. CST.
LA03, LA06 and others turned off . . . LA03 went offline in the afternoon Jan. 28th . . . What’s up with the LIVE MONITORING Texas Brine is mandated to provide?
MORE here later . . .
short link to this page – http://wp.me/p2GNDM-1I1
100 feet deep!
One of the most important US sport is baseball. Well, construction at Birmingham’s $64 million baseball stadium is slowed down by the recent discovery of an at least 100-feet deep sinkhole at the entrance to the sports facility. . . .
“Confronting the consultants were not only people worrying about what the seismic waves might do to their properties but also some audience members’ expressions of continuing frustration and skepticism stemming from the nearly six-month evacuation ordered just after the sinkhole erupted Aug. 3 in northern Assumption Parish swampland near Bayou Corne.”
WGMB – Unanswered questions, frustrations remain after Bayou Corne community meeting < with Video
“We’ve been out of our homes for six months now. We are looking for some realistic answers. We are getting tired of hearing all the technical jargon,” Kenny Simoneaux, Bayou Corne resident, shouted.
This report answers a the question ‘how do they do seismic monitoring over the water?’.
“Bayou Corne residents can expect to see vibrator trucks and air guns (equipment attached to flat bottom boats) in the area. Workers will use them to send vibrations in to the ground that will be picked up on measuring equipment around the area.”
REMINDER: “A second meeting is scheduled for February 6 at 6:00 pm at the Assumption Community Center. The meeting will only be state and local officials answering questions.”
MORE on the meeting when it appears . . .