Fluid Started Moving Sat. Night at Lake FUBAR + Weekend News


Helicorders – There was a big ding Friday night at 8:45 p.m. then it calmed down. It kicked up again a little starting at 5 a.m. Saturday.

Then Saturday some grumbles and pauses then …



It might be an interesting weekend!

heli_buttonThere was a big 6.6 quake at 5 p.m. CST over in Micronesia … but it was 3 hours before the fluid movement in Lake FUBAR. So it is of local origin. Oddity: The fluid movement kept going for OVER AND HOUR(!!). See LA12 chart. And note scary spikes after 11 p.m..

A lot of info on flesh-eating bacteria in shallow water around Florida – Vibrio not flesh-eating bacteria, DOH says


MORE FLUID MOVEMENT at 12:30 a.m..

LA12 shows it.  Then again at 4:45 a.m. and the fulid sloshed even longer – for over a half hour. There were low grumbles at 11 p.m. … then 3 big dings after midnight:


We are still waiting for a newer Crosstex update. They haven’t had one since July 24. But that cannot be blamed on the DNR website person. They have a semi-new update there for Chevron from July 27. So DNR is posting some updates and not others, or else they haven’t gotten the info from Crosstex to post yet.

Relentless 2-Year-Old Sinkhole Still Swallowing the Bayou


10 thoughts on “Fluid Started Moving Sat. Night at Lake FUBAR + Weekend News

  1. I am trying put this together
    There was fluid moving at the sinkhole more them ones it show up on the LA-10 bottom borehole recorder.
    It did not show up on LA-10 mid borehole or the LA-10 surface records.

    So that fluid moving did not come to the surface in the sinkhole.
    It did show up on the LA-12 and LA-18 and the LA-17 records.
    What am I to think this fluid movement are coming up outside Lake Fubar ?

    • It’s a big mystery. And look how different helicorders show a siesmic ‘ding’ at some spots and others show nothing. I imagine that’s ‘stuff’ sliding down the edge inside.
      Now this rain causing havoc in Texas and nearby areas is not near Bayou Corne. So there isn’t a deluge of rain there stressing anything.
      Aug. Precip:

      We are ll just blindly guessing but I think ‘officials’. Sandia labs and all of ‘them’ have lots and lots more info on what is going on in real time. I think they have live 3-D images as it all happens and we don’t get to see it. Just my guess — but so many observation stations in orbit in space used for everything these days and so much hi-tech gizmos for ‘seeing’ through dirt and such available.
      We just get drips and drabs.
      I think today will be full of updates!

    • … at LA10-01 at 3:43 a.m. there was a pretty big ding …

      you would think it would be showing on all the other charts but it doesn’t.
      You can see it even though they adjusted the moinot to micro setting.

  2. There are quakes in South America..and that Micronesia one was listed as 7.2..and the China one..over 6, has killed at least 34 people..so its going to be bad. Just read a new science report..guess what..solar flares/weather..cause earthquakes!!! Great article about CMEs and EQs. Will post it when I find the exact source.

    • on the sidebar near the bottom of the RSS feed ‘The watchers’ has great info.
      A big solar storm Aug. 2 … but I don’t understand that stuff.

  3. 2-year anniversary of the Bayou Corne sinkhole approaching
    Posted: Aug 02, 2014 11:18 PM EDT Updated: Aug 02, 2014 11:20 PM EDT

    General News 8/3/2014 at 13:03:30
    Relentless 2-Year-Old Sinkhole Still Swallowing the Bayou

  4. August 4, 2014
    1:00 p.m. Update from the Office of Conservation
    Bayou Corne/Grand Bayou Response Activity
    Monday, August 4 work-
    Sinkhole Activity Code 2 – indicating work is not allowed on sinkhole and within containment berms. Seismic monitoring indicates increased levels of subsurface activity near sinkhole/Oxy 3.
    At 17:54 Aug 4, 2014
    It look like a big part of the road went by-by this time.

    Forgotten Bayou – Life on the Edge of Bayou Corne Sinkhole

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