There was almost a half hour of fluid movement at Lake FUBAR at 4 a.m. Saturday morning. LA18 shows it. There was 3.8 quake in OK but it was at 3:39 a.m.. It is unlikely (???) that it took 21 minutes to reach Lake FUBAR. It did the same thing just before 8 a.m.. Slosh, slosh!
Jec points out it may be from this Mexican volcano that is active.
Scroll down for the map of the monitor locations and all the chaos there this week.
Up in New York sate – they have a problem –
Upstate New Yorkers fear gas caves could blow wine, tourism industries
In Watkins Glenn — an idyllic part of upstate New York best known for its Finger Lakes, fall foliage and wine — activists worry it could soon be known for something less appealing: industrial disaster.
Protesters in the area are engaging in civil disobedience to stop the expansion of a gas storage facility that stores fracked gas from Pennsylvania in old mined-out salt caves, claiming it presents a safety risk to local residents, an environmental danger to the Finger Lakes region and an economic threat to the area’s wine and tourism industries.
. . . . Activists say pressurizing the old salt caverns could cause salt and gas to seep into the lake and pollute the ground . . .
Weird news – Another Giant Sinkhole Opens Up in Russia < has photo
” . . . this hole is the result of a collapsing potash mine which left a chasm right in the middle of an abandoned mining town.”
♦ earlier report on a Russia crater from July.
Nov. 14 item we missed – WBRZ – State plans precautionary detour near sinkhole
BAYOU CORNE – State leaders have a $10 million plan in place in case the Bayou Corne sinkhole expands near Louisiana Highway 70.
The sinkhole is about 1,000 feet from the highway right now. The majority of Bayou Corne residents parted ways after the sinkhole swallowed up 37 acres of land. The few residents who still call the area home want to protect what’s left.
Something pretty bad happened at Lake FUBAR around 2:30 a.m. and has kept going.
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“Attorneys for the E.I Du Pont have filed a motion in limine which seeks to block plaintiffs in the pending litigation against the Ascension Parish plant from citing reports of prior leaks and regulatory proceedings against DuPont “not related to the gas leaks” at the Burnside facility.
DuPont’s motion is particularly timely in that it was filed only four days after the deaths of four DuPont workers following a toxic gas release at a Du Pont plant in La Porte, Texas.”