Victory for Colfax Residents! + NEWS

Colfax open-burn request withdrawn; hearing canceled

LiveAmmo Faced with mounting public opposition, Clean Harbors Colfax has withdrawn smile2 its request to be allowed to quadruple its open burning of toxic waste [ and old ammo ]  in Grant Parish. . . .


This is about Michigan — but of interest. It was sent in by Keith M.

Mystery black rain hits Michigan town: Tar-like substance falls from the sky and leaves residents bewildered as it covers cars, porches and driveways

  • The black, oily substance first appeared on at least six driveways in Harrison Township, Michigan, on Sunday
  • The mystery substance was seen on resident’s roofs, cars and porches
    Michigan Department of Environmental Quality officials collected samples of the substance on Wednesday
  • Residents originally believed that the substance could have come from the nearby Selfridge Air National Guard Base
  • The airbase released a statement saying it was not coming from their area
    It could be at least a week before the city discovers what the substance is

MAP of location   – – let’s hope it isn’t related to Fukushima fallout! If it was we’re sure they’d cover it up.

Dark Matters a Lot (2013) – Where There’s a New Hole, The Wind Will Blow
“Below is a list I have started of notable sinkholes/seismic areas and low pressure systems that approached them.”


46 thoughts on “Victory for Colfax Residents! + NEWS

  1. On one hand it’s great. On the other hand, had opposition continued to mount to the public hearing perhaps they would have to stop all open burns. Two members of the Louisiana legistlature do have a proposed bill to stop such open burns. I think it won’t come up for some time, though.

    • This is the term I wanted to describe their move: I could only think of it in French because it’s one of those words which is almost identical in both languages (Retranchement). “Retrenchment is a technical term in fortification, where it is applied to a secondary work or series of works constructed in rear of existing defences to bar the further progress of the enemy who succeeds in breaching or storming these. An example was in the siege of Port Arthur in 1904. A retrenchment can also be referred to as an entrenchment.” They don’t mean Port Arthur Texas but Port Arthur Manchuria. Retranchement in French is also cuts, however.

  2. Don’t you like those signs all over the US like this two in Tennessee.

    When a hairpin curve just isn’t enough
    (US 441 in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN)

      • 1 min. and 20 sec. in this video you will see that first sign along the side of the road that road you meet your self-coming around.

        Clingmans Dome – Highpoint of the Great Smoky Mountains
        You’re in the clouds there.

        Mt Le Conte ledge dally posts
        Do not go up this mountain in cotton clothes
        Have you ever wondered why people say Cotton Kills?

        Moon bow at Cumberland Falls State Park in Corbin, KY.
        Simply said, Moonbow, or Lunar Rainbow, is a rainbow produced by light reflected off the surface of the moon rather than from direct sunlight.
        Cumberland Falls State Park in Corbin, KY every month, within 2 days of the full moon, this falls becomes the only place in the Western hemisphere with a predictable moonbow.

  3. Okay, thanks! Don’t know about coal ash nearby. There are some refineries nearby but there are refineries all over and this is pretty unusual it seems.

      • Sent in [ Mich. goo story ] –
        “Harrison Twp. It’s right near Selfridge AFB outside Detroit. There’s a bunch of refineries nearby. Also, I think it’s pretty close to the Fermi 2 nuke plant. “

  4. It looks like River Bend came close to meltdown, though it seems that the time between loss of cooling and meltdown could be so short that it’s probably a routine happening. The supposed lightening strike and loss of cooling within days of loss of containment and I believe venting, based on my looking at a document on Mark III reactors and terminology, is strange and looks bad. This is one of the newer reactors but still so old that if it were a car it would be kind of scary to drive it on the interstate. You need to let people know about this.

    Speaking of old reactors, there’s an old experimental reactor in the extreme NW corner of Arkansas that I don’t think anyone hardly has heard of. It is currently owned by U. of Arkansas.

    I recall reading about piles of coal ash or something like this in the area of the Great Lakes.

    • yeah, I just saw that! Let’s see hoe long mainstream news keeps up lies about this.
      We need to end the news blackout on Dana Durnford’s important discoveries.
      Maybe start commenting on newer related news articles even though they get deleted. They get noticed.

      • I have found a couple of brilliant research pieces which give credence to what Dana’s saying, just keep running out of time to post them. Even just found a third. There ARE academics brave enough to do good things, but wonder if they will stay employed. Certainly there aren’t enough and none seem to directly address Dana’s findings.

      • big money is from mil. and DOE univ. sponsors ….
        100% of computer sci. depts in USA colleges and univ.s tied to mil. in my opinion!

      • That’s doubly interesting considering the large number of Asians found in computer sci. depts. For the rest Eisenhower warned, but it seems to have already been in place before he warned.

      • Awhile back–maybe 6 months to a year ago–deep underground low frequency sounds were detected somewhere off the coast of Washington state to Victoria Island, BC. I read about a slow moving earthquake going south through Victoria Island, BC a couple months ago. I remember the big M9.0+ earthquake that hit Japan was preceeded by a slow moving earthquake. A week or two ago I read about an earthquake swarm in Peugett Sound. Dutchsense says this area has been quiet for too long. Mary Greeley talked about her projections of the slow moving earthquake’s results. Now those freaky sounds in Oregon. Looks like things could be stacking for something big.

      • If you want to write a comment tying in all those links to the Yellowstone blog I will cut-n-paste it into an article over there. That’s the better place for it.

      • The correct name of the island is Vancouver Island. I didn’t have any maps with me or time to check on line when I commented. I can send some supporting links in a day or two when I have time to pull everything together.

  5. I couldn’t find the link that talks about the scientist that noticed a slow moving earthquake before the big M9.0+ earthquake/tsunami of 03/11/11 that hit Fukushima, Japan.
    A 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck off the B.C. coast… and nobody felt it.
    A huge earthquake measuring at least 6.5 on the Richter scale recently shook Vancouver Island— and nobody felt it.
    That’s because the tremor happened over about eight days.
    Vancouver Island’s ‘slow quakes’ could predict the Big One.
    “Every time you have a slow earthquake just below, the part of the fault that will slip in the next big earthquake gets a little bit of a push,”…
    Seismic data suggests slow slip events may presage larger earthquakes.
    Puget Sound hit with swarm of small earthquakes.
    The research that was gathered during that period has helped scientists anticipate and explain what has become a nearly yearly event.
    This small tsunami is from that 4′ Juan de Fuca ocean floor drop.  Read the comments for additional information.
    ‘Mini tsunami’ along Washington coast caught on camera, page 1
    Here’s another recent occurrence you are probably unaware of.  Methane gas is 20 times more potent than normal green house gases.  This gas is asphyxiating if breathed. When methane is exposed to sunlight it converts to phomaldihide. The people’s bodies in the exposed area are being pickled. Could the true cause of this methane leek be by underground pressure from the slow moving earthquakes?

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