At 4 a.m. there was sustained fluid movement at Lake FUBAR. It showed on many helicorders (it wasn’t the large Peru earthquake). It shows well on the LA12 helicorder.
[snip] . . . An in-depth examination of the mineral sample revealed that it holds a meaningful quantity of water — a discovery that validates theories about colossal volumes of water located as much as 660 km beneath the Earth.
“This sample really provides extremely strong confirmation that there are local wet spots deep in the Earth in this area,” posited Pearson. “That particular zone in the Earth, the transition zone, might have as much water as all the world’s oceans put together.”
TEXAS CITY, Texas — The Coast Guard is investigating the cause of a collision between the cargo ship Genius Star VII and a barge loaded with 840,000 gallons of #6 fuel oil in the Houston Ship Channel, Friday. . . .
2.7 quake in Freeport, Kansas
Something big happened way deep in Lake FUBAR between 4 and 6 p.m. Sunday.
It isn’t on all of the helicorders so it probably isn’t a far away earthquake (many today).
Check it out:
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- 4.0 quake in Freeport, Kansas < MAP
- 4.0 quake in Freeport, Kansas – slightly different area < MAP
- Power line falls on a gas pipeline near Kankakee, Illinois < MAP
- 3.7 quake in south Kansas – also near the OK border.
- Elmsford, NY sinkhole forms suddenly < not so near New Madrid region but near booms