ALERT! Plan for 2 new massive mines in the same (Texas Brine) underground deposit in Assumption Parish

The Advocate State: Proposed salt dome caverns exceed safety standards, too far from Bayou Corne sinkhole to pose risk

“Nearly six years after the catastrophic failure of a salt mine caused the Bayou Corne sinkhole, a company is planning two new massive mines in the same underground deposit in Assumption Parish.

The recently approved permit is the first for the Napoleonville Salt Dome since the Louisiana Office of Conservation halted new mining in the area and adopted safety regulations in reaction to the sinkhole disaster that attracted worldwide headlines, state officials said. . . . (more)


Entergy-River Bend Nuclear Want To Move Reactor Cooling Core Injection Point From The Reactor Head Spray Nozzle; Remove Some Oversight From NRC – Comment By Thurs. 11.59 PM/Request Hearing By July 23rd

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Comments must be filed by June 21, 2018. A request for a hearing must be filed by July 23, 2018 50 mile radius fallout zone for River Bend Nuclear Power Station.

Entergy wants to “relocate the reactor core isolation cooling (RCIC) piping injection point from the reactor vessel head spray nozzle to the feedwater line using the residual heat removal (RHR) shutdown cooling return line,” at River Bend Nuclear Power Station, near St. Francisville, Louisiana. Risk is not merely an academic question at River Bend Nuclear Power Station, as there have been loss of cooling near misses in recent years. This nuclear power station is up for relicensing, too.

The relicensing document simply states: “The vessel head spray function is no longer in use. The vessel vent and head spray nozzle is evaluated with the reactor vessel pressure boundary as a piping component…

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Dead Zone in Gulf of Mexico Grows – Over 6.5 thousand miles wide

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Gulf of Mexico hypoxic ‘dead zone’ forecasted to exceed 17 250 square km (6 660 square miles)

“The June 2018 forecast of the size of the hypoxic zone also known as the ‘dead zone’ in the northern Gulf of Mexico for late July 2018 is that it will cover 17 250 km (6,660 mi) of the bottom of the continental shelf off Louisiana and Texas. The 95% confidence interval is that it will be between 14 628 and 19 727 km (5 648 and 7 617 mi). While there are more than 500 dead zones around the world, the northern Gulf of Mexico dead zone is the second largest human-caused coastal hypoxic area in the world.

Hypoxia, or low oxygen, is an environmental phenomenon where the concentration of dissolved oxygen in the water column decreases to a level that can no longer support living aquatic organisms. . . (more)



Getting Closer – Storm Approaching Gulf of Mexico – Heading to Alabama

Rip currents are in the news … so best to keep out of the water Dangerous rip currents build in Orange Beach, several swimmers rescued


 WAFB – Storm Alberto maintains strength as it approaches Gulf Coast

It is heading for Alabama – Alberto Latest: Intensifying and Approaching the Coast

Storm Brewing in the Gulf of Mexico – 730 AM EDT Special Tropical Weather Outlook-National Hurricane Center May 25, 2018


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Literal storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico, not just Stormy Daniels vs. Trump.

Satellite images and surface observations indicate that the low pressure system located over the northwestern Caribbean Sea just east of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico has become better defined overnight, and thunderstorm activity has also increased and become better organized. Environmental conditions are forecast to steadily become more conducive for development, and a subtropical or tropical depression or storm is likely to form by Saturday over the northwestern Caribbean Sea or the southeastern Gulf of Mexico. An Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft is scheduled to investigate the low this afternoon.” (NWS-NHC, see full text below images)

NASA-GOES-East full disk image for GeoColor – 25 May 2018 – 1015 GMT Storm Organizing Gulf of Mexico

ABNT20 KNHC 251131

Special Tropical Weather Outlook
NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL
730 AM EDT Fri…

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4.5M Quake in the Gulf of Mexico – UPDATED, New Quake MATCHES Biggest Quake in Louisiana History

Gulf earthquake reported south of Louisiana coast

“The earthquake struck in the Gulf of Mexico about 120 miles southeast of Grand Isle, or about 160 miles southeast of New Orleans just before noon Sunday.
The National Weather Service office in Slidell said there is no tsunami threat from this earthquake.”


WDSU says it is 4.6M – 4.6 magnitude earthquake reported in Gulf of Mexico; NWS says no tsunami threat

Earthquake shakes ocean floor off the Louisiana coast

Mining Awareness – Gulf of Mexico M 4.6 Earthquake Epicenter In Houston Energy LP Lease In Atwater Valley And Near Pipeline (Offshore Louisiana)

The Biggest Quake in Louisiana History Oct. 19,1930

The USGS lists the quake as a 4.2 but it was probably larger.

US Earthquake 1930 – Dept. of Commerce report [PDF]

Page 16 has the Louisiana quake.


Original report link –

WAFBDespite Lack of Headlines, Louisiana In Earthquake Zone

No Adventure blog“The largest Earthquake recorded in Louisiana was centered about 60 miles west of New Orleans and awakened many people throughout eastern Louisiana at about 6:17 a.m. on October 19, 1930. Maximum intensity reached VI at Napoleonville, where the entire congregation rushed from a church, as the entire building rocked noticeably. Intensity V effects were noticed at Allemands, Donaldsonville, Franklin, Morgan City, and White Castle, where small objects overturned, trees and bushes were shaken, and plaster cracked.”

A USGS report on faults –  Gulf-margin normal faults, Mississippi (Class B) No. 2655

It seems the USGS has scrubbed old articles on the event and their search engine won’t give any info at all on the earthquake.

Let’s compare this quake location to the old Deepwater Horizon episode – – –

USGS quake map

The Deepwater Horizon rig wreck map  – Big size



On the Frankenstein experiment in the Gulf of Mexico – Cynthia

Cynthia: Flesh-Eating Synthetic Bacteria that has Gone Wild

2016 article by Jean Perie

“The reports about tests on human beings that are being routinely carried out by certain Western corporations have become a sort of a trend these days.

Among others, one can recall the story about the long struggle between civil authorities of various states and the US chemical giant Monsanto provoked by research in the potential dangers of GMO products, and the Monsanto-produced herbicide Roundup in particular. The actual damage inflicted on the agricultural business of various states is yet to be carefully assessed, but even at this stage it safe to say that Monsanto’s expansion into India and surrounding markets resulted in deaths of thousands of people.

However, in the nearest future, the planet could face yet another “monster” that was bred deep inside US corporate laboratories. We are talking about the first synthetic bacteria – Cynthia, created “to combat oil pollution in the Gulf of Mexico” which, according to the various reports that are often ignored by the corporate media, has mutated and has started attacking animals and humans. Now this highly lethal microorganism is on its way to Europe.”

“Cynthia is the brainchild of the J. Craig Venter Institute — which was engaged in genetic engineering experiments since the beginning of the 21st century — and Synthetic Genomics Inc, and was created and funded directly by BP. It was believed that Cynthia feeds on oil, but it turns out now that it is equally willing to consume all forms of organic life as well. . . . “

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