Public Broadcasting Show on Bayou Corne, Big Quake Makes Fluid Move at Lake Fubar + Weekend News

See the LPB show from last night HERE.  < video link < alt. link from Stuart Smith

FLUID MOVEMENT UNDER LAKE FUBAR AT 8 P.M. – on the helicorders.  It lasted about 2 hours! It was probably set off by this mega-quake in Indonesia. M6.4 at 7:24 CST.

Florida – Sanibel Island waters – “Swimmers and surfers are being met with dead fish along some of our Southwest Florida beaches. It is happening on one of the busiest weekends for some fun in the water. Red tide is the culprit of what is behind the fish after fish along the beach. . . .”

Texas Brine put out a fact sheet on all the good they doing in Bayou Corne, dated 11-27.

The Dallas NewsNorth Texas earthquakes trigger dam inspections

The AdvocateMonolyte bankruptcy filing may affect residents’ lawsuit
Claimants say fire hurt health, property
“The company that owned and operated a chemical facility in Slaughter destroyed by a fire a year ago has filed for bankruptcy, which could complicate matters for the 32 East Feliciana Parish residents seeking damages for respiratory problems and diminished property values they attribute to the blaze.”

A reader  says, “Jefferson Island Storage & Hub, LLC is a Limited Liability Company and claims to be an Intrastate company, not an Interstate company. Who is their insurer? Shouldn’t the LA Dept. of Natural Resources make sure that these companies can cover any damage that they cause before issuing permits?

The Department of Natural Resources, Office of Coastal Management, has already issued one permit to expand and add 2 natural gas storage caverns to Jefferson Island Storage & Hub under Lake Peigneur in Vermilion/Iberia parishes without an Environmental Impact Statement, Federal standard, no seismic studies, bubbling in the lake, Chicot aquifer problems and already one horrific disaster there.

All they want to do is profit off the state and the people of Louisiana and not be responsible for their actions and the people they hurt.” and we agree!

The helicorders are still going crazy. Instead of posting that every day we will put up a big headline when it stops.  Scroll down for more on them and maps of where they are etc.

thanksreaders

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5 thoughts on “Public Broadcasting Show on Bayou Corne, Big Quake Makes Fluid Move at Lake Fubar + Weekend News

  1. I think the helicorder readings that matter are those that occur between midnight & 5 am and that are different from those showing on the control (Temp…) sites. Check out this morning’s 11, 12, 14 & 18.

    Any word on how the degassing(?) is working?

  2. I’ve liked everything that I’ve heard from Lt. Gen. Honore! I’ve sort of held back full support, I suppose, while I watched…learned more about him. Now, that he’s teamed up with others that I have a great deal of respect for, I have much more confidence in him. Many, many folks have let us down in this state. Isn’t easy to put your trust in someone anymore. He is reasonable and only asking for what is fair. Everyone who cares at all for Louisiana should be able to support his efforts. I’m familiar with Sandy Rosenthall and Levees.org. Also Bucket Brigade. Much respect for them! I’ve only come to be aware of Marylee Orr through this mining disaster in Bayou Corne. I should have also known about her. Don’t know why I didn’t. Honestly, I suppose I didn’t pay that much attention to Louisiana’s environment until the sinkhole opened up. I’m glad to see all of these folks and organizations working together. I am very excited to see the awareness and support that is being generated!! It makes me feel that there is some hope. I LOVED the levee authority lawsuit from the beginning! Was a terrific idea from John Barry and the other board members. Got folks talking. Even Jindal’s and Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungessor’s defense of the oil industry helped bring attention to the issue…and helped bring home the fact that our elected officials are STILL agents of the energy and chemical industries…even after the horrible devastation we have suffered. I have nothing against our representatives listening to business and making Louisiana business friendly but, they have been elected as representatives of the people. They are who we have placed our trust in to protect our interests. There needs to be balance. I have been hearing some great ideas from the General about how to fix some of the messes we’re in. I’m sure it is from the collaboration of all of these folks working together. Think I have much, much more to learn but have learned enough to take some steps to give some real support to these folks.

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