Large Seismic Activity (?) at 8 P.M. Sunday at LA 14 (or it is broken monitor) + Mon. News

The helicorders show the same fuzz except LA14 had a large seismic event at 8 p.m. that continued after midnight into Monday. Two helicorders, LA 10-01 and 02 show missing data, skipped lines.

LA14_Feb16_2014

15 minutes is MISSING starting at 9:45 p.m.. ↑  It shows even bigger spikes at 12:15 a.m.. Monday. At 6:30 a.m. LA14 got drunk:

LA14_Feb16_2014b

The parish blog has an update. They are keeping the CODE 1 status.

8:45 p.m. CST – Maybe the LA 14 helicorder is broken? It is completely wacky.

NEWS

Dormant volcanoes can become active quickly

At 3:41 a.m. CST there was a big 5.7 quake in N. Columbia. The quakes and volcanoes in Central America haven’t let up. All of the Pacific Rim has been jumping.

Reader, Jec points out there is a series of forest fires all in a row on the New Madrid Fault Zone. Here is a map showing them from RSOE:

NewMad_4fires

CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE

North Carolina coal ash dump disaster – NC officials fear 2nd pipe collapse at Duke plant

Groundbreaking New Report: Silent Methane Killer Leaking Up To 75% More Than EPA Said

[snip] . . .  “In November, Harvard University-led research found that industry’s methane gas leaks have been especially under-estimated. That study, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, reported methane emissions from fossil fuel extraction and oil refineries in some regions are nearly five times higher than previous estimates. That was one of the 200 studies included the study released this week.”

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15 thoughts on “Large Seismic Activity (?) at 8 P.M. Sunday at LA 14 (or it is broken monitor) + Mon. News

  1. I pick up a old Army company crest I had on when I was in Germany it was on E-bay I was in the 535th Eng Co and had on the V Corps patch we had on when I was there.
    Click on the 535th Engr Co to see the crest.
    We as a company had more equipment than a Battalion.
    And we had equipment that could go on planes we could be sent anywhere in the world.
    Our equipment was always in uses we call it heavy junk later on they call it Heavy Metal company.
    We got the name Heavy Metal Warriors in 1995-1996 when they were in combat.
    http://www.usarmygermany.com/Units/Engineer/USAREUR_563rdEngrBn.htm

  2. There so many of those Helicorders that are not working now even LA10 Bottom borehole is not working.
    The X202 HHZ NM 00: Temporary AR recorder is showing fluid movement to day Feb 17, 2014.

    And there was some movement on Feb 16, 2014 at 22:56 CST time.

    Assumption Parish Police Jury web site update
    February 17, 2014
    1:45 p.m. Update from the Office of Conservation
    http://assumptionla.wordpress.com/

  3. One more sinkhole with issues–the WIPP Nuclear Fuel storage facilty in New Mexico. Turns out 1/2 mile down first a fire in a truck on Feb 5th..now shutdown due to high radiation. GADS. Guess the US government can take comfort with their expert control of salt dome disasters like Bayou Corne (sarcasm).

  4. This is in Oak Ridge TN about the Y-12 plant.

    Let see what the three sentences well be for breaking into Fort Knox of uranium that bomb grade uranium, Highly enriched uranium.
    An 84-year-old nun and two fellow Catholic peace activists will learn Tuesday whether they will spend the next six to nine years in prison.

    Peace activists to be sentence for nuclear protest
    http://xfinity.comcast.net/articles/news-national/20140218/US–Weapons.Plant.Intrusion/
    Fort Knox of Uranium
    http://blogs.knoxnews.com/munger/2010/07/fort-knox-of-uranium-night-day.html
    The Video Gallery I have to say are very good very well done for Y-12 History.
    This town was on no map tell the 50’s.
    It was build in 2 and ½ years well over 75,000 people living there in WW-2.
    What were they there for to build the first Atom bomb the fuel for the bomb uranium used in Little Boy.
    http://www.y12.doe.gov/about/history/

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