The LA10’s are having the usual outages but look calmer than other areas. LA10-01
But LA12 picks up steam and goes off the charts even more. A solid mass of color. And 17 and 18 have more ‘fuzz’ and big activity than 14.
Maybe the south berm is getting ready to break . . .
More massive tar mats from BP oil spill discovered on Louisiana beaches – if you look up ‘tar mat‘ in the search bar → there are articles earlier that talk about toxic bacteria in these tar mats etc,
See Tar Balls, Oily Pelicans Found in Isaac’s Wake, and Louisiana Mayhem: Sinkholes, new bubbling areas, oil covered animals, tar balls on beach
Strange Sounds – Some Want To Use NUCLEAR WASTE For FRACKING!
What the He11?? – from ENE-News – [On June 13] 6-foot tsunami that hit near New Jersey nuclear plant may be first of its kind in U.S. – undersea landslide in the Hudson Canyon