Seismos at Lake FUBAR Monday and Home Owners’ Plight

Many (not all) helicorders going wild today before the work start-up begins. It is probably not trucks and machines but there could be a malfunction. If not . . .  WATCH OUT!

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CAVERN 3 ROOF DROPS OVER 350 FEET!

Parish blog: “Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed last Friday) was at 3,995′ (359′ from the cavern roof) which is 351′ drop from the tagging performed two weeks ago.”

HOME OWNERS’ ORDEAL

We heard life is getting worse and worse for Bayou Corne residents who refused to take an unfair home-buy deal from Texas Brine. Beside all the noxious fumes in their neighborhood they have all manor of quality of life deterioration going on. . . .

LIKE . . .

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AND . . .

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This video demonstrates some of the pain Bayou Corne homeowners face these days. Video is about another area, Mossville,  damaged by oil and gas goons. . . .

LINK –  http://youtu.be/j-bbrw7WtbI

Rad Chick on Bayou Corne – She mentions radioactive pipescale from oil drilling that is stored in lots of these old caverns around Bayou Corne.

LINK –  http://youtu.be/6Yl0fTpgh70

Those old “plugged and abandoned” wells are not checked to see if they are really plugged properly.  Besides H2S and methane all kinds of unknown gases and possibly radioactive seep are fouling the air around Lake FUBAR. Workers are not wearing proper gear to protect them from any of it. No gas masks etc.

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9 thoughts on “Seismos at Lake FUBAR Monday and Home Owners’ Plight

  1. 6.7
    60km WNW of Iquique, Chile
    2014-03-16 21:16:30 UTC20.0 km

    6.2
    80km WNW of Iquique, Chile
    2014-03-17 05:11:34 UTC17.0 km

    Many fore and after shocks

  2. March 17, 2014
    12 noon Update from the Office of Conservation
    Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed last Friday) was at 3,995’ (359’ from the cavern roof) which is 351’ drop from the tagging performed two weeks ago. As information becomes available, it will be shared here.
    http://assumptionla.wordpress.com/

    Look at older reading to see where it was at.
    I think it was 9′ feet to the cavern roof so this is how much it has drop.

    • Here is the old reading that the top of the cavern roof was at 3,636’ feet deep underground.
      How much of the cavern roof has come down I did not look to see I am going by their reading.
      February 20, 2014
      10:25 a.m. Update
      Texas Brine advised that the tagging of Cavern 3 (performed last Friday) was at 3,642’ which is 6’ from the cavern roof. As information becomes available, it will be shared here.

      • This has been going on for some time. I think it has to do with unsaturated ground water coming into contact with the salt, but that has been my opinion for over a year now. If you take the time to go through all of the cavern tagging announcements you will see that it fills, then falls, then fills . . . What I can’t believe is their (TB’s) attitude in the meetings. “this is a good thing, we have lots of good things . . .” and so forth. I did hear some of the residents (apologies, I don’t recall names atm) putting the screws to them with solid technical questions. I am still waiting to hear someone call shinanigans and the community start beating them down the road with brooms when they shovel their crap your direction. This is a South Park reference and definitely not serious, I do not recommend violence but really, how many times are you going to sit there and let them tell you how good it is that the cavern filled up again after it was nearly full 3 months ago until it dropped? Good luck down there folks and I do not agree that this sinkhole is settling down for good or nearing it’s full size.

      • I wish some of the attorneys involved in law suits would get out a press release about how their clients are being harmed.
        That’s the only way, I think, we can get info not put through the Texas Brine mop-wringer machine.

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