Sunday – Anything Can Happen Day!

We give up. We don’t have any idea what this wacky graph means (from LA12 today).

AND . . .  Monday there was a lot of fluid movement at 3 p.m..

In case it matters – there’s a ton of pretty big quakes lately down in Ecuador.

Energy Department: U.S. must act now on methane emissions

WASHINGTON — The United States can’t afford to wait until it understands the amount of methane escaping from oil and gas wells, pipelines and infrastructure before plugging those leaks, officials said Monday.

“We know enough to act,” said Judi Greenwald, a deputy director for climate, environment and efficiency at the Energy Department, . . .

. . . . Under a 2012 EPA rule, companies also have until until Jan. 1, 2015 to begin using so-called “green completion” equipment that can pare volatile organic compounds and methane emissions when natural gas wells are hydraulically fractured. The EPA could seek to expand that requirement to oil wells and could impose new requirements for compressors, pneumatic valves and other equipment.

Supreme Court denies Louisiana lawsuits against BP


23 thoughts on “Sunday – Anything Can Happen Day!

  1. What’s up in space
    On October 23rd there will be a partial eclipse of the Sun.
    MONSTER SUNSPOT: turning toward Earth.
    A few days ago, AR2192 unleashed an X1-class solar flare. Since then the sunspot has almost doubled in size and developed an increasingly unstable ‘beta-gamma-delta’ magnetic field.
    What is Heliophysics

    Can unusual clouds signal the possibility of an impending earthquake?
    Clouds that seemed to be glowing or somewhat luminous ?
    I call them rain bow clouds.
    rainbow clouds over Japan

    Some ripple clouds are perfectly natural or are they.
    I have seen those ripple clouds after a earthquake the boom preceding immediately after the earthquake.
    A loud boom before or after quake.

    • I saw that…
      Lots happening there and off shore from Chile and 1/2 way to Hawaii on that fault too.
      I expect another big one there …. and a danger because it could (?) set off California fault.

  2. This had some info on the Landrieus, I think and the Superdome for free: Urban regimes and racial politics – ScholarWorks@UNO – University…
    Jan 1, 1991 – Urban regimes and racial politics: New Orleans during the Barthelemy years. Robert K. Whelan. University of New Orleans. Alma H. Young.

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