9:05 a.m. Crosstex Activity Today

above ground …. that sounds safe …

Assumption Parish Police Jury

Crosstex has advised us that they will take their facility down in order to make the tie ins for their new above ground piping and pump. This activity will consist of flaring the meter and old piping. Crosstex personnel and contract crews will be on site throughout this operation.

View original post

Advertisements

9 thoughts on “9:05 a.m. Crosstex Activity Today

    • My thought is all this shaking is just stuff falling down and not triggered by far away quakes etc.
      Just my opinion.

  1. On ceiling collapsing, or ‘stuff falling down,’ has anyone compared THIS sinkhole helicorders with other (healthy?) sinkholes helicordings? Just curious how unusual Bayou Corne is compared to other researched sinkholes. Surely there is something out there to compare Bayou Corne too. Or..the officials know and just don’t want to tell the public. My bet is on the last statement.

  2. I see they got a new Helicorder recorder set up with the list of sinkhole recorder.
    X203 HHZ NM 00 : Morristown temporary station
    http://folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu/heli_temp/

    I say that new Helicorder recorder is just for caution for now and see what going on under Boone dam.

    Niagra Falls is 167 ft. high
    Boone Dam is just over the border from Virginia it is in Tennessee.
    Boone Dam is 160 feet high and stretches 1,697 feet across the South Fork Holston River
    The South Fork Holston River goes into the Tennessee river.

    Norris Dam is 265 feet high and stretches 1,860 feet across the Clinch River.

    Fontana Dam The dam is 480 feet high and stretches 2,365 feet across the Little Tennessee River.
    The dam is too tall to spill the water over the top of dam.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s