7.7 Mariana Is. quake shakes up Lake FUBAR



LA14 shows it –  It was 131 miles deep –



LA19 had bizarre before/after waves!


The World’s Most Dangerous Dams With Spectacular Possiblities From Our Planners Hovering Above Nuclear Plants

This is for Walter ….

“This will not be reported on major news channels, however  Lake Strom Thurmond, also known as Clarks Hill Lake in Georgia, is a reservoir at the border between Georgia and South Carolina in the Savannah River Basin. It was built between 1946 and 1954 by the Army Corps of Engineers at the confluence of the Little River and Savannah River. At 71,000 acres (287 km²), it is the 2nd largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. It was a shallow quake about 3 miles deep (the worst kind as far as damage goes). And it is reported to be 5.4, not 4.4 in magnitude. Make no mistake about it, failure of the Strom Thurmond Dam will place the Savannah River Power plant under a tidal wave and obliterate it.”

Feds Spy on Anti-Frack Groups + NEWS

The InterceptFederal Agents Went Undercover To Spy on Anti-Fracking Movement, Emails Reveal

” . . . The emails further show that police monitored Keep it in the Ground participating groups such as 350.org, Break Free Movement, Rainforest Action Network, and WildEarth Guardians, while relying upon intelligence gathered by Anadarko, one of the largest oil and gas producers in the region.

” . . . In 2011, an executive with Anadarko boasted that his company was deploying military-like psychological warfare techniques to deal with the “controversy that we as an industry are dealing with,” calling the opposition to the industry “an insurgency.”

Earlier we had reports here of giant cracks and craters in the earth, not in Louisiana. Here’s another one –
Strange Sounds Ground collapses in wheat field in Russia creating enormous crater in the Earth

6.3 Quake and Aftershocks in New Zealand Probably Not So Good for Lake FUBAR

Since the helicorders are mostly offline at Bayou Corne with no good prospect for getting repaired we can only guess how the wrecked cavern is holding up.
We are counting on Arkansas helicorders.

They are both pretty shallow at less than 10 miles deep.

Here’s the X502 Temporary heli in Arkansas at that time. UTC time is on the right side of the chart –

It shows a big slosh for about an hour over there. Imagine what it’s doing to poor Bayou Corne!

This Arkansas helicorder page doesn’t show the temp. stations on the map. Anyone who finds a map of them please comment here.

Thanks, Walter for the news tip about the seismic activity – 😉