Cruddy Breakers at Riverbend Nuke Plant put Everyone at Risk

Big design FLAW!!



Mining Awareness +

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.
NASA lightening
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. In the context of a power station, however, breakers can also act as parts…

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Fluid Movement and Banging at Lake FUBAR started Wed.

Starting on Wednesday there’s been lots going on under the murky waters of Lake FUBAR, the ever-expanding sinkhole at Bayou Corne.





More here later if needed ….


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).

Power Outage Near Waterford Nuke Plant Area

Power back on.

Entergy has restored power to more than 7,000 residents in Kenner and Metairie Saturday (May 14) afternoon following several power outages in the area, according to the outage map provided by Entergy. A piece of equipment failed at a substation on West Esplanade Avenue that affected approximately 7,000 customers in total…”


Note: Nuke plants melt down without constant electrical power to their control room. Their “back-up” generators are worthless after an hour.


Gulf of Mexico Methane, Dead Pool and oddities

More on the Gulf of Mexico –

Murderous Deadpool Lurks At The Bottom Of The Gulf Of Mexico


This is official info from Univ. of Georgia –
GoMRI RFP-V: Vertical upwelling & bottom-boundary layer dispersal at a natural seep site (Di Iorio) caution50 < they are run by BP cry


LINK –  ◄– we cannot find this patent on the patent search page. If anyone finds it please post the link in a comment here.



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!

NOAA – The Integrated Ocean Observing System

Gulf of Mexico data ◄–   better data page

Gas monitoring data (MAP – all land based frowny locations)

NOAA carbon tracker map, smile1[Figure 4. CarbonTracker Observational Network]
has NO trackers shown  for the Gulf of Mexico.

NOAA – Bathymetry has good sea floor maps of the Gulf. If you have GoogleEarth installed you can get a map from this page.

Hydrocarbons in N. Gulf of Mexico Migration Pathways – [PDF] … more on the METHANE page.

Rotten CDC paper on pfiesteria Most of the articles we can find on this topic are written by BP shills.


SEE ALSO earlier post from May 12….

Gulf Oil Spill + News + Methane Red Alert

Shell shuts wells to Brutus platform after spill off Louisiana

A 2,100-barrel oil spill in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico forced Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday to shut in all wells that flow to its Brutus platform, federal regulators said.

The U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) said a 2 mile by 13 mile (about 3 km by 21 km) sheen was visible in the sea about 97 miles off the Louisiana coast.

The sheen is near Shell’s Glider Field, a group of four subsea wells whose production flows through a subsea manifold to the Brutus platform, which sits in water with a depth of 2,900 feet (884 m). . . . ”  (more)

Fuel Fix says it’s over 88,000 gallons ….

Coast Guard says Shell line leaks 88,200 gallons into the Gulf

Good graphics here:


(5-3) Offshore drilling regulator warns of bolt failures in Gulf of Mexico

“The federal government’s top offshore drilling regulator warned Tuesday that metal bolts used to hold together drilling equipment under the surface of the ocean were failing faster than anticipated.

Brian Salerno, director of the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, said so far the failures had not resulted in any major oil leaks or other incidents but the rapid corrosion concerned inspectors. . . “

NY TimesE.P.A. Methane Leak Rules Take Aim at Climate Change

“WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Thursday unveiled the first federal regulations to control emissions of potent planet-warming methane gas that could leach from new oil and gas wells, the next step in President Obama’s effort to combat climate change.

The methane rules, the final version of draft regulations put forth last year by the Environmental Protection Agency, require oil and gas companies to plug and capture leaks of methane from new and modified drilling wells and storage tanks, not older, existing wells….”

Bacteria more effective on oil spills without dispersants, study finds

“EDINBURGH, UK – Heriot-Watt University claims to have cracked the genetic code of the marine bacteria that helped “eat” the oil spilled from the Deepwater Horizon.

Dr. Tony Gutierrez, Associate Professor of Microbiology at the university, was in the US at the time of the spill and shortly after was able to perform experiments with samples from the oil-contaminated waters containing species of bacteria that fed on the oil.

Analysis showed that certain bacteria had thrived on the escaped oil, devouring it as a preferred food source.

In a paper published in Nature Microbiology, Dr. Gutierrez and his colleagues from the University of Texas and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill reveal the genetic pathways these bacteria use to consume the oil; the conditions they thrive in; the type of oil hydrocarbons they can eat; and how they “co-operate” during an oil spill. . .  .”



LINK –   <MORE on this in COMMENTS ˅

Hey, Sandia! Supercomputer Available for Earth Sciences Studies

UW Faculty Have Until May 22 to Apply for Supercomputer Use

May 4, 2016 — University of Wyoming faculty members have the opportunity to apply for a large allocation to use computational and storage resources at the National Center for Atmospheric Science (NCAR)-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC) in Cheyenne to support their research in earth systems and atmospheric sciences. Applications are due May 22.

Any request for more than 200,000 core hours is considered a large request. UW’s current share of the NWSC resource is 75 million core hours. This share of core hours will more than double next year. One core hour is the equivalent of running one application on a single computer for one hour. Since October, UW researchers have used 30.5 million core hours and, in February, six projects were allocated 42 million core hours…..”  (more)

They could study Lake FUBAR. Or they could modernize studies on the worthiness of salt dome storage caverns.  USGS, Sandia Labs … could contact some prof. there to put together a study.