Fluid Movement Monday + News + Helicorders Screwy

fluid After 8:30 a.m. a pretty big sloshing went on. It shows on the LA12 helicorder. Negligent “monitor” staff have done nothing to fix the broken helicorder at LA10.    ….tick-tick-tick ….


These helicorders are having bigger and bigger outages. That means no one is watching them or repairing them. LA14_Sep9_2014 The AdvocateEvacuated home near sinkhole burglarized, two arrested



LA10-03 shows sloshing at 1 a.m.. LA10-01 has been been broken all week and LA10-02 is “missing time” at 1 a.m.. It is missing quite a big chunk of time. The weather is perfectly clear at Assumption Parish so it isn’t a problem with lightening. Temporary, AR has an outage at the same time.

More helicorders are konking out.

LA21 still works. That’s it for working helis …. 21 and 10-03.

Canada, we have a problem!

ICELAND –  “Gravely concerned” about Bardarbunga

Increased subsidence in the caldera of Bardarbunga volcano is a cause for grave concern, due to possible large eruption and glacial flood, says Vidir Reynisson, director of the Civil Protection Agency in Iceland. The subsidence is thought to increase the likelyhood of an eruption in Bardarbunga. . . .



4 thoughts on “Fluid Movement Monday + News + Helicorders Screwy

  1. Just when did fluid movement began on the LA-12 recorder
    LA12 HHZ YC — : Bayou Corne, LA 09/08/2014 (00)
    CDT time 9:53, UTC time 13:53.

    The Arkansas recorder began about CDT time 9:47, UTC time 13:47.
    X702 HHZ NM 00 : Temporary, AR 09/08/2014 (00)

    All this are about 3 mi in ground and the time of quake are all wrong.
    M3.1 – 13km S of Conway Springs, Kansas 2014-09-08 15:23:30 UTC

    M3.5 – 14km WNW of Medford, Oklahoma 2014-09-08 21:02:14 UTC

    M3.9 – 1km NE of Medford, Oklahoma 2014-09-08 16:21:34 UTC

    I think this is the one that did it.
    M4.8 – 218km SW of Tomatlan, Mexico 2014-09-08 13:42:12 UTC
    Just how deep underground was it depth=56.4km (35.1mi)

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