Seismic Activity at Lake FUBAR

This could be added to the post below Night and Day . . . but these booms today are extra big.

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Here is the view from Quake Watch on LA18

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[ CLICK ON IMAGE FOR FULL SIZE ]

It is even more dramatic when you realize LA18’s helicorder is set on tiny settings. heli_button

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Other cheery newsENE-NewsNASA Experts: Southeast US hit by “anomalously high” levels of polonium from Fukushima

Lake FUBAR Booms Night and Day

Like the beat beat beat of the tom-tom
When the jungle shadows fall
Like the tick tick tock of the stately clock
As it stands against the wall . . .

[LA 17-01 on Sunday – renamed “Hell 3″…. Hell is the word for it!]

  • Since spring sprung these giant booms, self-generating quakes and fuzz attacks have been constant at Lake FUBAR.
  • Texas Brine claims it is all settling down but the DOT is making detour plans for Highway 70.
  • DNR is quiet as a mouse.

Like the drip drip drip of the raindrops
When the summer shower is through . . .

Weather Watch + News

SUNDAY

A big storm is entering the Gulf –

4 weather alerts

Tropical Storm CARLOS Public Advisory < updates

TUESDAY

Texas gets a coastal warning – NOAA Advisory

STORM SURGE:  The combination of a storm surge and the tide will
cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded by rising
waters.  The water could reach the following heights above ground if
the peak surge occurs at the time of high tide...

Upper Texas coast...2 to 4 feet
Western Louisiana coast...1 to 2 feet

The deepest water will occur along the immediate coast near and to
the right of the landfall location.  Surge-related flooding depends
on the relative timing of the surge and the tidal cycle, and can
vary greatly over short distances. 

WBRZ – Tropical disturbance upgrades to Tropical Storm Bill

Tropical Storm Bill has remained to our west as forecast and as a result, we will see the downturn in thunderstorm coverage, as forecast.

NOAA prediction map-

NOAA Report on TS Bill with maps, radar

WWL Radar

 

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 NEWS

Texas Brine in the news for giving away other people’s things – The AdvocateTexas Brine donates to Habitat for Humanity possessions left by residents who fled sinkhole

WBRZ – LA 70 Bypass considered as sinkhole causes problems

A Brave Heart blog (April 11) – As hydraulic fracturing (fracking) increases- so do indoor levels of radon

Scary, Scary Methane

Here is a scary video about methane as the sinkhole does its own scary, scary thing.

LINK –  http://youtu.be/QAweFTEyd2c

LINK –  http://youtu.be/5IevqUUWD4o

And … also affecting the atmosphere and everything else in a not nice way at all is Fukushima. Speaking of disasters . . . Gov. Piyush  Jindal is competing with B.P. to be the biggest disaster in the state.
Meanwhile, at Camp Minden [in N.W. Louisiana] – Explo Systems Inc. owners ask state judge to toss charges“Attorney Lyn Lawrence Jr. of Bossier City represents Smith. He said Monday that Louisiana law does not classify the M6 artillery propellant as an explosive.” – that’s why they named the company “EXPLO systems:)


Yellowstone Updated

Breaking: Oil Rig Fire in the Gulf

Wall St. Journal U.S. Coast Guard Responds to Oil Platform Fire in Gulf of Mexico

Production at the Miss Katherine offshore supply vessel near New Orleans has been halted

New Orleans Times Picayune Fire on Breton Sound oil platform, 28 workers evacuated, Coast Guard says

“A Coast Guard flight over the area observed a 1.4 nautical mile rainbow sheen drifting southwest of the platform.”

Thurs. News

Heli_ANI heli_button    Something woke up the dragons at 4 a.m. – LA12 chart

BP settles oil spill-related claims with Halliburton, Transocean

Gulf of BPkillspelicans Mexico dolphin deaths caused by BP – Real Coastal warriors

Ascension Parish filthy tap water report – Residents in Ascension’s Bayou Estates singing the brown water blues

Julie Dermansky (May 7) – How America’s biggest swamp could become fracking wasteland

Environmental groups, locals worry Louisiana’s Atchafalaya Basin might be destroyed by a proposed industrial facility

Yellowston Updated