Helicorder Outages & Tues. News

Darrell Goad caught the recent helicorder outages on this video:

LINK –  http://youtu.be/VFYkYTkQ4Qo

Notice on Mar. 16th at LA10-01 –  a big blip after 8:30 a.m..  And 45 seconds into the video the helicorders start showing big seismic activity (not work trucks).

TUESDAY UPDATE

LA12 snortin’ and burpin’ all night

LA 21 went offline March 15th.   Who needs seismic monitors when poison gas is unchecked and no one is allowed to use protective suits? And a main road away from the area (Hwy 69) is sagging in next to bubble site. There’s mystery seismos next the other road (Hwy 70) constantly going. And the berm roads sag as fast as they can be built?

Something happened at 5:04 p.m. at Lake FUBAR.
It showed on all the helicorders. Here’s LA21

LA21_Mar19

Tuesday evening a 4.0 quake in North Mexico near the Gulf and near Texas.   Just before 7 p.m. CST.

Would you be ready if there was water contamination in your area?

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12 thoughts on “Helicorder Outages & Tues. News

    • let’s see if there’s fluid movement or anything.
      On the sidebar – just under the art button for the weather report – is a full moon calendar.
      I think the moon affects the water in the swamp as well as the ocean ….

    • Those helicorders are picking up what happening on the surface LA-12 , LA-18 and you can see a little of it on LA-19.
      The LA-10 bottom recorder is not picking it up.
      Is the road going down again or gas coming up ?
      http://folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu/heli_temp/

      O yes Texas Brine has advised that an operational update meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. at their command trailer.

      • The road near that Acadian gas bubble site is sagging (down) near there and they keep adding on to it. The entire area is so decayed by holes, caverns weakening and constant bubbling it is due to sink like a failed bookshelf.
        H2S coming out at a high rate but they are trying to cover it up.
        Crosstex has 2 caverns 3 & 4 that could be dangerous too. Cheap Texas Brine trying to make workers stay in homes they managed to buy (for low price) right there with the methane, oil seep and flaring constantly.
        Bosses of course far away…

      • I thank that Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) is inside that salt dome right next to the top part of that cap rock, in that salt dome.

      • I do not know how deep in the ground the very top of that salt dome is, could it be right below the Aquifer.

        I think the cap rock or crest of that salt dome is made up of Hydrous calcium sulfate.
        I think there a lot of sulfur in the very top part of that salt dome.
        Oil in cap rock is a no-no.
        http://www.twdb.state.tx.us/publications/reports/numbered_reports/doc/R365/ch12-hamlin_paper.pdf

        Anhydrite
        Salt dome cap rocks
        Interaction with oil can reduce SO4 creating calcite, water, and hydrogen sulfide (H2S).
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anhydrite

      • yes, had similar news here. And I understand even beginning exposure can nullify smell creating extra big danger to workers who think they’ll smell it if they are around it.
        There are gauges there that workers are privy too. There just aren’t alternative jobs there.

    • That page is having some problems.
      But no info here about why/what happened there.
      One main operator there (at the FB page) is a Texas Brine plant. And friend of stray cats who reproduce like mad….

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