Strange Sounds says big booms historically precede big earthquakes.
See next post for link to map of Lake FUBAR and helicorder link. Everything still on active mode there.
LA14 showed a big 2 hour long disruption just after 1 a.m. and another 2 hour long session just after 3 a.m..
This comment at Zero Hedge says they wonder what will happen to Boone Dam when all this snow melt comes down the river.
“TVA drew Boone down to below winter pool levels to take some pressure off of the sinkhole/mud geysers, so it only has to hold back something like a 145 ft. wall of water. Which is fine – until the snow pack in the mountains melts in a couple of weeks. Then you have those two rivers with fifteen miles of water in them filling up REALLY fast. The river below the Boone dam will be swollen, too. I don’t think they can just open the floodgates on Boone all the way. So Boone fills up, water migration that caused the sinkholes/mud geysers gets worse, and all of a sudden you have Boone tsunami.” . . . (more)
ENE-News – Officials ‘Alarmed’ at Press Conference on Dam with Nuclear Plants Downstream: ‘Movement’ in foundation 100s of feet underground; Rock dissolving — “Sinkhole is indication of bigger problem” — “Urgency of issue is obvious” — Examining “every possible type of failure” (VIDEO)
This 2012 DNR document shows Shaw Group (new name now) did a simulation study on migration of chloride from the Bayou Corne sinkhole into Mississippi River Alluvial Aquifer and it showed the aquifer getting contaminated.
The study has charts showing the water levels all around Lake FUBAR and beyond.
Also we found this Nov. 2012 report from Isotech showing the amount of methane taken in their samples.
This 2012 DNR map of the area shows how much toxic crud is at risk of getting into the water should there be a big explosion or catastrophe at Lake FUBAR. See east of Lake FUBAR on the map. You can take this 2012 DNR status report and mark it all up with a red pencil.
From 2013 – Before It’s News –
Louisiana’s onshore faults and fractures link to Gulf of Mexico where methane gas has been leaking since April 2010 when BP wrecked the Macondo well, MC 252. Presently, Apache Corporation is trying to stop methane that is migrating from its well. . .
. . . . Aside from gas migrating from Apache’s well in the Gulf off Louisiana’s coast, at least two regional methane gas leakage events now occur near the Gulf, at Lake Peigneur and Bayou Corne, are linked: Each is manmade due to salt dome mining, rather than solely natural events. . . . (more)
[Scroll down to see how the cavern seems to be collapsing ]
At Lake FUBAR:
Sent in – Louisiana says it has a public duty to seize private land that sinks underwater. Families who have lived off that coastal marshland for 300 years say the state is using oil company research to grab millions of dollars in oil royalties from lands it failed to protect.… article: Mixing Oil and water
Erin Brockovich has a new website to map pollution and health problems from it. Users can submit info online at Community Health Book.
As the cavern collapses in Bayou Corne let’s not forget the possibility of radioactive waste contamination. 2012 article from The Examiner explains.
Strange Sounds - Mystery Booms In Tennessee: Frost Quakes Or New Madrid Waking Up?
Have you heard mystery booms in the Midstate this week?
Well you are sure not alone! Some say it’s a weather phenomenon called cryoseismic booms, ice quakes or frost quakes. Others say it may be something more global…
LINK – http://youtu.be/_2owkVhepyE