Weekend News – There isn’t any – Oh, WAIT!

Can’t find a thing.

Big Quake in East Texas . . . 4.1

Too close for comfort to Minden!

UPDATE: From Blue Daze

4.1M fracking earthquake in same area of East Texas

ENE-News – Bubbling seen around new pad near giant sinkhole

Here we go . . . .

Big problem solvers at  Lake FUBAR work on project for sinkhole vent system  Keith says notice the bulldozers have no one in them.  Big brains there – “Part of the earthen containment berm will do double duty as a stretch of the elevated Rig Road. Cranch said that a portion of the road must be engineered to serve both as a road and as a berm segment.”

Always an IMPROVEMENT when Texas Brine steps in . . . . 🙂

Yesterday – hope it’s just normal stuff – Rumblings Following a Building Collapse in Downtown Asheville, NC

DNR Inspection Report for Jan 24


More here later . . . .

23 thoughts on “Weekend News – There isn’t any – Oh, WAIT!

  1. I am mainly humor!
    agggg …. OK ….. getting caught up. Sarcasm dies in text … smiley thing didn’t show up

    • a mix up ….

      hey, do you have anything you want to add to my NEW post on where the monitors are? All I have on new ones is yr facebook map

      • Oh, yes, Texas Brine is very aware of the ‘buy-out issues….but chooses to ignore them.

        “They, looking back, all the eastern side beheld
        Of Paradise, so late their happy seat,
        Waved over by that flaming brand, the gate
        With dreadful faces thronged and fiery arms:
        Some natural tears they dropped, but wiped them soon;
        The world was all before them, where to choose
        Their place of rest, and Providence their guide;
        They, hand in hand, with wandering steps and slow,
        Through Eden took their solitary way.”
        ― John Milton, Paradise Lost

      • Just about FCF. I looked on that FB page, and those are about the cheapest detectors I have ever seen. It should have been expected.
        One comment…You can mount these easily anywhere with Velcro. Personally I would want it that way, so that I could actually go out in the yard with it. With those on foundations closed in, then you could open the door to the underside and stick it in for a reading. On slabs, you want both detectors as low as you can get, since methane will become trapped in the porosity of the concrete, then seep out. H2S rides low anyhow, but at least twice a day, do a sweep of the yards.

        If you have access to a bubble site, then you can test the methane detectors there for sensitivity, and see if they are calibrated correctly.

        I pray the H2S detectors never go off.

      • somewhere I read the newest bubble sites (after the rain) didn’t yield enough methane to get a measurement … but I wonder if they even tried.

        Why don’t they BUY out the houses and knock out the windows so nothing accumulates????

      • Actually, Fcf, BooDrow claimed they haven’t gotten any readings at any of the ‘bubble sites’, and this is true, because methane components are soluable in water. That is a testament as to how much methane is in the aquifer, and still riding high in the water sands. Only if on land does methane actually become detectable, and that’s why I stated the yard sweeps…they are there. Like the one around the telephone pole…I’d imagine the water has drained there by now, (could be wrong), and a good place to test at.
        These lil portables are mainly for a mass release, but, if calibrated to be very sensitive…I predict headaches in the near future….
        As for TB, oh please…read above….:(

      • No, I’m lost on the the monitors right now. I know where all the ones on the south side are,but not on the north side, and in fact just realized a couple days ago that # 8 and # 9 are shown in different spots on 2 different maps.


        As soon as I have something I’ll make anew map if they don’t.

        Did you see the pic I posted of what the Methane and H2S monitors installed in my sisters house looks like?


      • I’m lost too. Give full link to that facebook post showing the 2 versions of that monitor (I had it and lost it) and I can add it to my post about where they are.
        It is linked from my MAPS page so it can be easily found later….

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