Mon. News

Florida – 10 Whales Dead, 41 Still Stranded in Everglades: NOAAcry

Fracking study finds new gas wells leak more

WASHINGTON (AP) — In Pennsylvania’s gas drilling boom, newer and unconventional wells leak far more often than older and traditional ones, according to a study of state inspection reports for 41,000 wells. . . .

Scary: Trial to start over Texas pipeline bomb attempt

PLANO, Texas (AP) — A man charged with trying to blow up a Dallas-area natural gas pipeline corresponded with imprisoned Unabomber Ted Kaczynski before the 2012 blast. . . .

New Orlean Times-Picayune – St. Tammany fracking odds? Less than 50-50, Helis Oil says

Should Helis Oil & Gas Co. successfully overcome fracking opponents and get the green light, the company would invest a total of about $6 million to drill a hole roughly 2 ½ miles deep near Mandeville, then study data to determine if the well could be turned into a money-maker. Its chances? Less than 50-50, according to the project manager. . . .


After 2 a.m. Lake FUBAR gets the grumbles.

LA12 show it.


Weekend News – Terrible Seismos Sunday – 7.9 quake Alaska


In spite of setting the helicorders to nearly unreadable micro-settings they still show larger seismic activity at Lake FUBAR.

After 2 a.m. Saturday this big burp at LA19


 SUNDAY     fluid

Very big, sustained fluid movement, shaking after midnight, after 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Sunday morning. Also very visible on LA14 and other helicorders.

LA10-03 :



It is grumbling at 11 a.m. too.  heli_button

 Very large quakes went off below Patagonia overnight. 6.9 quake and 5.1  and another 5.1 very nearby at the same time. There was a 6.2 quake off Iwo Jima Japan too. General seismic mayhem worldwide.

Dutchsinse –  Earthquake overview + MULTIPLE seismic monitoring links for you to use (national and international)


Many more giants quakes worldwide –

Another 6.2 down there below S. America

7.9 quake in Alaska

6.9 quake near New Zealand and 6.2 quake off Tonga. LA10-03 showing all the new big quakes very well on the afternoon chart.

Time zone converter     USGS quake page – LIVE info

Yellowstone  area (Utah) felt it.


(June 24) Colorado suspends oil and gas wastewater disposal well after quake

(Reuters) – Disposal of wastewater from oil and gas drilling into a Colorado well was ordered halted this week after seismic activity was detected in the area, state regulators said on Tuesday.

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission ordered High Sierra Water Services to stop disposing wastewater for 20 days into the well in Weld County after seismologists detected a small 2.6-magnitude temblor on Monday. That came after a 3.4-magnitude earthquake shook the area on May 31. . . .


[ Note – when they mention a ‘sock’ they mean a storage bag like a mail pouch ]


Louisiana Coast: Dead Zone

New Orleans Times-Picayune

‘Dead zone’ the size of Connecticut expected along Louisiana coast, scientists say

The size of the annual summer “dead zone” of low-oxygen water in the Gulf of Mexico along Louisiana’s coast will cover between 4,633 and 5,708 miles, about the size of the state of Connecticut, according to a Tuesday forecast announced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

That’s about average for the size of the low-oxygen area since 1985, but still a significant concern, scientists say. And the prediction means another year when states along the Mississippi River have failed to sufficiently reduce the nutrients that cause the dead zone, as called for in a 6-year-old federal-state dead zone reduction plan. . . .


2:15 p.m. Update from DEQ

Elvis has left the building



Assumption Parish Police Jury

DEQ to move Mobile Command Center out of Bayou Corne for routine maintenance

BATON ROUGE – On Monday, June 30, DEQ will move its Mobile Command Center out of the Bayou Corne area for relocation to DEQ Headquarters in Baton Rouge.

The Mobile Command Center will undergo routine maintenance in preparation for hurricane season. During the tropical storm and hurricane season, the unit is used as a mobile logistical and operational resource in support of DEQ’s emergency response mission.

DEQ environmental scientists will continue to conduct air monitoring, water monitoring and soil testing at Bayou Corne and will continue to work with local, state and federal partners in ensuring for the protection of human health and the environment.  

Upon completion of the maintenance, the Mobile Command Center may return to Bayou Corne should the need arise.

For information on Bayou Corne and to view DEQ situation summaries and analytical…

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Lace Up Your Sneakers! Take Action!

Flood into Baton Rouge

a march to end corporate welfare and dump Louisiana’s troubled water on Jindal’s doorstep

It’s a big walk to Baton Rouge with rallies!

  • June 25th: Labadieville to Belle Rose
  • June 26th: Belle Rose to the Plaquemine Ferry
  • June 27th: East Bank of Plaquemine Ferry to Brightside Drive’s intersection with LA 317
  • Saturday, June 28th: The levees in Baton Rouge to Governor’s Mansion

See also the FACE BOOK page.

Monday News – Big Quakes Globally

There is a big 7.2 earthquake north of New Zealand, half way to Tonga. It was at 2:20 p.m. CST.

Lake FUBAR over-reacts


Around 8:45 p.m. something splashed at the bottom of LA10 – 03! It shows even better on LA12 monitor. Another huge SLOSH at 11 p.m..

7.9 quake Alaska

Followed by

6.9 quake nearby (Alaska)

Two 7.2 quakes near each other in Tonga area.  #1   #2

Dutchsinse sees a HAARP connection.

Texas – More than a half-dozen Union Pacific tanker cars have derailed in Central Texas and some are leaking a chemical used in natural gas processing. . . .

Texas Brine put out a fact-sheet. This one has a graph showing what a good job they are going with gas mitigation. They don’t mention all the earthquakes.
Yellowston Updated

 NOTE: Having great difficulty with extra slow internet Monday eve. It may be because of all these earthquakes!