Lake FUBAR Booms Night and Day

Like the beat beat beat of the tom-tom
When the jungle shadows fall
Like the tick tick tock of the stately clock
As it stands against the wall . . .

[LA 17-01 on Sunday – renamed “Hell 3″…. Hell is the word for it!]

  • Since spring sprung these giant booms, self-generating quakes and fuzz attacks have been constant at Lake FUBAR.
  • Texas Brine claims it is all settling down but the DOT is making detour plans for Highway 70.
  • DNR is quiet as a mouse.

Like the drip drip drip of the raindrops
When the summer shower is through . . .

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8 thoughts on “Lake FUBAR Booms Night and Day

  1. That is the road around the sinkhole I was talking about that road sunk.
    You can fine it under comment for Weather Watch + News JUNE 13, 2015 the 25 comment down.

    South Berm Of Bayou Corne Sinkhole Submerged Under 4 Feet Of Water~!

    • yeah, but that’s 2013 video.
      SE corner rebuilt but all soggy and sinking as most recent fly-over showed.

      • I said South Berm it the West Berm
        I said that wrong it on the west side right where LA-17 and LA-12 are at.
        That part of the road around the sinkhole is still under water.
        They build a new road on west side back from where the road sunk
        lean-flight-11-19-2015-8053

  2. Just one of many research project that going in Oak Ridge TN at Oak Ridge National Laboratory the old code name for that complex was name X-10.

    Oak Ridge researcher testing a better clothes dryer
    http://www.local8now.com/news/headlines/Oak-Ridge-researcher-testing-a-better-clothes-dryer-309236171.html

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory or X-10
    https://www.ornl.gov/

    Oak Ridge Facilities (K-25, Y-12, X-10)
    http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/oerp/oak.htm

    Oak Ridge Scientists Make Breakthrough In Age-Old Problem: Drying Clothes Faster
    http://nashvillepublicradio.org/post/oak-ridge-scientists-make-breakthrough-age-old-problem-drying-clothes-faster

    • Oak Ridge Scientists make breakthrough alright … how to wreck all life on Earth in under a century.

  3. GEOMAGNETIC STORM: A series of CMEs hit Earth’s magnetic field on June 22nd, producing a severe G4-class geomagnetic storm. Northern Lights spilled across the Canadian border into more than a dozen US states, including places as far south as Colorado, Georgia, Virginia and Arkansas. “The auroras did not disappoint,” says Chris Cook, who witnessed the display from Cape Cod, Massachusetts:

    It got up to 8 geomagnetic storm, more on the way.

    Planetary K-index
    Now: Kp= 4 unsettled
    24-hr max: Kp= 8 severe

    MEANWHILE … ANOTHER CME IS ON THE WAY: Big sunspot AR2371 erupted again on June 22nd (18:23 UT), producing a strong M6.5 class solar flare. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash:
    http://spaceweather.com/

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