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On the Gulf of Mexico
Vast unexplored areas of the ocean have now been mapped with new satellite data and scientists have discovered thousands of previously uncharted seamounts in addition to an extinct spreading ridge in the Gulf of Mexico.
… Seamounts, which are at least 1,000 meters (3,200 feet) in height, were also prominent (not in the Gulf) features in the new map,
NOAA Gulf of Mexico Map Tools (many).
Here are just a few:
Computer-enhanced multibeam bathymetry map of the northwestern and northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf and slope.
West Flower Garden Bank in GOM
On the Seafloor, Global
This map shows the spreading rift (Africa to South Asia)
Big windy day today from Louisiana to the Florida coast. Let’s hope the power doesn’t get knock out to the nuke plants!
[ image from RSOE Map ]
WWL LIVE RADAR — Use LAYERS in upper right corner to add wind speed info
Big design FLAW!!
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The US NRC states that defective breakers may keep the Standby Gas Treatment System, which “limits release to the environment of radioisotopes…under accident conditions” from doing its job.
However, there are so many of these breakers that they might also keep the routine radiation filtration from working, which while incomplete is still more protective than no filtration. And, defective breakers may create conditions leading to a nuclear disaster. With so many potentially defective breakers, almost anything could happen.
Most likely these defective breakers allowed the outage during an electrical storm earlier this year, and a loss of coolant which could have led to a meltdown. “A circuit breaker is an automatically operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overcurrent or overload or short circuit.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circuit_breaker In the context of a power station, however, breakers can also act as parts…
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2.8 quake in Tenn. – near Ridgely, TN
Request for Information:
Anyone in South Louisiana with a Geiger counter please comment here if you see anything ticking up.
OR – send e-mail (contact info is on the ‘About Us’ page, top tabs).
More on the Gulf of Mexico –
Murderous Deadpool Lurks At The Bottom Of The Gulf Of Mexico
LINK – http://youtu.be/UVsMjdItQ5I
This is official info from Univ. of Georgia –
GoMRI RFP-V: Vertical upwelling & bottom-boundary layer dispersal at a natural seep site (Di Iorio) < they are run by BP
LINK – http://youtu.be/OJv9j78Esuo
The NOAA has its own air force in Tampa Florida for “airborne environmental data gathering missions” … why don’t they fly to Louisiana and check out the sinkhole?? They are almost next door and funded in advance!
Gas monitoring data (MAP – all land based locations)
NOAA carbon tracker map, [Figure 4. CarbonTracker Observational Network]
has NO trackers shown for the Gulf of Mexico.
Hydrocarbons in N. Gulf of Mexico Migration Pathways – [PDF] … more on the METHANE page.
SEE ALSO earlier post from May 12….
Today, in Washington DC, is a relicensing hearing for Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Station in Claiborne County Mississippi, 1000 miles away.
Staircase from the Windsor Plantation Ruins. The staircase is now at Alcorn State University, the first black land grant college in the USA. Both are near Grand Gulf Nuclear Reactor. Clearly the Grand Gulf Nuclear Reactor is a blight on the landscape in every sense of the word.
Hurricane Evacuation map shows Grand Gulf, Port Gibson, Alcorn (ASU), Fayette, etc. and County Names: http://mdot.ms.gov/hurricanes/prepare/pdf/hurricane-evacuation-guide-2015.pdf While a hurricane would require evacuation to the north, a nuclear accident may require evacuation through Jefferson Co. Below is the size of the Chernobyl exclusion zone overlaid with Port Gibson in Claiborne County and Fayette in Jefferson County. Jefferson Co. clearly may be seriously impacted by a nuclear accident.
Greenpeace interactive map found here: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/Global/international/code/2016/chernobyl/index.html
Things appear to only have gotten worse since 2004…
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