SUNDAY – 5:45 A.M. and 6:15 A.M. guitar strums down below.
AFTERNOON: Same as Saturday. AND IT’S NOT WORK TRUCKS. STRUM, STRUM, STRUMMIN’ ON THE OL’ GUITAR.
We don’t know what’s going on with these relocated helicorders. They are acting up but they may have been installed wrong. Perfectly calm in some locations (map in next post ↓ ) and then this at LA 17-02.
Afternoon Update –
There was another big one, 4.6 there that probably shook Bayou Corne too. It was at about 8 p.m. CST.
Real Coastal Warriors follows all the BP news so we don’t post everything on that front but . . . they have these items of interest –
editorial – Are Dolphins Reaching a Breaking Point?
“Something bad is happening in the ocean. No one’s certain what’s causing it, but in the past three months more than 550 bottlenose dolphins have stranded along the Atlantic Coast and there’s no indication that the strandings are letting up. While researches rush to catalog data on the dolphins’ deaths, larger questions loom — is the Atlantic coastal ecosystem broken, and are humans the cause?”
BP has allegedly been hiring internet “trolls,” disruptive site visitors who purposely attack and provoke users wanting to have honest and thoughtful interaction, to attack environmentalists, scientists, and critics of BP of America (BAP). An anonymous whistleblower with the Government Accountability Office in Washington D.C. has come forth with information that points to BP and Ogilvy, its PR firm, for paying people to harass Facebook users.
Reader, Keith M., sent this – New mass of tar on Louisiana coast linked to 2010 BP oil spill
“The US Coast Guard has discovered a 4,100-pound tar mat under the sand around Louisiana’s southernmost port. It is believed to be left over from the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill.” < it better not be from an asphalt volcano!
“. . . .Should Barbier find BP and its contractors simply “negligent” in the spill aftermath, the Clean Water Act allows for up to $1,100 for each barrel of oil leaked into the ocean. Should he determine “gross negligence” or “willful misconduct,” BP could face maximum fines of $4,300 per barrel of oil.”
We missed this Julie Dermansky article from March – Down the Hole
NOTE: We added this paper to the Salt Dome page near the bottom with the aquifer items –
SALT DOMES AND WATER QUALITY IN THE GULF COAST AQUIFER, 2008 paper
ALSO – a lot of papers are available at Scribed.com. Look up “Underground Gas Storage” on their site.
Texas Brine lies when they claim “this never happened before, blah, blah . . .” see:
Failure rates for underground gas storage
“Overall, 64 instances of problems at UGS facilities have been found. Of these, 27 have been at salt cavern facilities. . . “ (page 13)
Some Louisiana salt dome info –
- Quaternary Geology of the Weeks and Cote Blanche Island Salt Domes
- Hooker Chemical waste stored in failed Louisiana Salt Dome Cavern – Louisiana Sinkhole