A false alarm story –
This looks fishy. Lots of seismic activity shows on the SE corner of Lake FUBAR, where the new-new berm is sinking and then the helicorders at that area all konk out. At about 2 p.m. Monday and they are still off-line. Here is LA18 – it is still working and shows constant grumbles going on.
The trouble is near home base on this map –
Parish Blog Update: They went back to CODE 1 … maybe someone pulled a plug.
Oh, . . . it says …
“- Replacing data cards on seismic monitoring equipment”. So that is why everything is blank.
Newer Parish Blog Update – (oops!) back to CODE 2!
UPDATE – BIG MEXICO QUAKE
At 5:46 A.M. CST there was a giant 6.3 quake in Mexico. It is more near the Gulf than the Pacific but not on the coast. It severely sloshed Lake FUBAR for over half an hour as seen on this (working) helicorder at LA18.
What does all of this big sloshing over self-made and external seismic events do to the damaged cavern walls?
More from Dutchsinse – 6.3M earthquake strikes Mexico — Unrest picking up in pace
We updated the last post about the crater in Siberia because they found a third one(!).
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Thanks to Harriette for the tip – 😉
Impact of Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on Coral Communities Is Deeper and Broader than Predict – the article mentions all kinds of fancy stuff at U. Of Miss. that could easily be used to look at Lake FUBAR.