posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 10:00 AM
reply to post by StealthyKat
Are you referring to the "zigzags" from about 13:00 to 16:30 UTC?
No, those aren't normal--it looks glitchy. Nothing sketchy, just technical difficulties.
The rest of the data looks fine. If I had to guess, I would say the bulk of the "wiggles" look like vehicle traffic. I don't see any
You were saying earlier that officials were testing for radiation? I read this news report from
dated 10 August 2012:
DNR records show that on Aug. 31, 1995, the agency authorized Texas Brine to dispose of 20 cubic feet of naturally occurring radioactive material
by pumping it into the cavern and another Texas Brine salt cavern in Lafourche Parish. (Read letter.)
A Texas Brine letter dated Aug. 25, 1995, requesting the disposal says the radioactive “scale” had accumulated in soils around the two cavern
wells. (Read letter.)
The radioactivity of scale, a common byproduct of oil and gas exploration and production, can vary widely from background levels to much higher, the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says.
The entire article was informative. What a mess.
Did you know that Louisiana's Secretary of Natural Resource's resigned Wednesday?