Friday News


Fluid on the March at 3:30 a.m.  at LA17-02 – (the upper borehole at 17)  and at the bottom borehole at LA10-03.  Very cold overnight too.

All of the helicorders went out a little after 6 p.m. and stayed out for over 20 minutes. Then LA14 shows lots of seismic activity.


New Mexico Salt Dome – Fire prompts evacuation of New Mexico nuclear repository

CARLSBAD, N.M. — Emergency crews are battling a fire in the federal government’s underground nuclear waste repository in southeastern New Mexico.

Officials say a truck hauling salt caught fire about 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad, N.M.

According to a press release and a spokeswoman who answered the emergency line, all employees have been evacuated and none of the radioactive waste has been impacted. But a press release says “multiple employees” are being taken to a hospital for potential smoke inhalation. . . .

Mike Schaff: Evacuated Bayou Corne residents want closure

Should allegations that were brought to light in a federal complaint against Texas Brine regarding the sinkhole in Assumption Parish turn out to be true, Texas Brine did not heed the advice of their own consultants who reportedly informed them that they were in danger of penetrating the edge of the Napoleonville Salt Dome by mining below 5,000 feet in that location. This entire tragedy could have been avoided had they done so . .  .


9 thoughts on “Friday News

    • What I don’t understand is the differing depths of the fluid movement … maybe it’s sloshing.
      If I had the energy I’d go back over the bigger slosh events at Lake FUBAR and compare them to this solar activity and see if there’s any connection.
      but …. ugh!

  1. Check the tides….now that would be telling..high tide and motion. Tides caused by the gravitational pull of the moon of course..could pull the ‘orange peel’ too…

  2. There was no solar blast hitting the earth if a X class flare hit the earth it can hit the earth hard.
    It was on the Arkansas recorder as well.
    I think it was this one M6.5 – 31km E of Port-Olry, Vanuatu 2014-02-07 08:40:13 UTC

    That solar storms that heated the earth was in 2012.
    As I said it can heat or cool the earth down it all in the angle they hit the earth.
    It can knot out the power grid where it hit the earth it could send us back to the stone age.
    A big one Sept. 1, 1859 name The Carrington Event.
    And a solar storm in 1989 that caused a power outage across most of the Canadian Province of Quebec. The outage lasted hours and no transformers were damaged.
    Transformer meltdown

    March 1989 geomagnetic storm
    You can find this one on youtube and the 1859 The Carrington Event.

  3. Heilcorders very busy today. Guess Texas Brine is doing heavy lifting. Now..just in case of a problem..just HOW IN THE WORLD does someone figure out something critical is happening. All I can say is no one from TB or government is watching or they would be suggesting a better way to monitor the sink hole. Since no GPS readings..only once in a while gas readings..its the helicorders that are the first line of defense. Or..maybe not. Wonder what the plan is………….

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