GAS and OIL FRACKING POLLUTION NOW THREATENING to MAKE SAFE WATER A LUXURY in ARKANSAS

I was curious IF you many of you are aware of this situation occurring around Greers Ferry Lake. I am concerned because our water is supplied by this Lake and even though the permit claims the company will NOT pollute the surrounding areas, we NOW know from experiences in all of the OTHER areas of the State where Fracking is happening , this is VERY UNTRUE! Pollution WILL OCCUR and we will SUFFER because of it! I want the PUBLIC to be aware of what is about to happen to this beautiful Arkansas Lake. Greers Ferry Lake provides water to many communities South of Heber springs, Arkansas. The toxic chemicals being used in the Fracking of Natural Gas are know to cause a wide array of serious health disorders and will not only effect the fish and marine life of Greers Ferry, But also families like yours and mine. PLEASE write your Lawmakers and ask them to HELP Arkansans hold the Gas and Oil Companies accountable by requiring stricter regulations of the chemicals used. There are MANY rural Arkansans whose ONLY source of water is from personal wells and they are being contaminated by the toxic chemicals used in the fracking process. Most of these people are of lower socio-economic class and are unable to purchase filtration systems to make their water SAFE. The companies responsible for the pollution should be made to provide these people with adequate filtration systems and repair damage to the wells caused by the Fracking process. PLEASE HELP US ENSURE SAFE WATER IS NEVER a LUXURY in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!!

http://www.congress.org/soapbox/alert/30148511

SAVE GREERS FERRY LAKE

*SIGH…saw this on the news the other night. GET THE WORD OUT!!*

GAS WELL TESTING/DRILLING IN AND UNDER GREERS FERRY LAKE

Apparently the Secretary of the Army and the Corps of Engineers have
decided that gas revenues from drilling UNDER Greers Ferry Lake are
more important than protecting the water quality and natural shoreline
of Greers Ferry Lake. License No. DACW03-3-10-3297 was issued to
Chesapeake Energy Corporation to allow extensive “use and occupation of
the premises” from October 1, 2010 to September 30, 2011. No public
hearings were held, no public input requested, no public notification of
proposed licensing for in lake survey or drilling under the lake was
given. This is public property. Mineral rights (gas extraction)
permits would be, or have been, issued by the US Bureau of Land
Management Field Office in Jackson, Mississippi. So far, no response
has been obtained from John Dykes at that office. His phone number is
601-977-5427.

30 foot boats will be used to shoot 2000 psi air blasts into the water
for sensor recordings to be taken to determine potential gas well
drilling locations. Arkansas Game and Fish Commission representatives
will be present to determine harmful effects (turbidity, fish kill? etc)
and are authorized to halt the operations if damages are deemed
excessive. The AR Game & Fish Commission will build seven courtesy
docks to accommodate the seismographic survey boats. The docks are to
be accepted in lieu of a $42,250 easement payment. Construction of the
docks was to have been completed by January 31, 2011.

To help, please go to Save Greers Ferry Lake:

http://savegreersferrylake.org/

 

Department of Homeland Security Prepares for Midwest Disaster

*Copied by permission from JM Ashley*

This blog post is a little off topic but I find this information to be very interesting.  The Dept. of Homeland Security is preparing for a disaster in the New Madrid fault zone region.

DHS has requested a supplier for meals for disaster victims: http://www.fbodaily.com/archive/2011/01-January/22-Jan-2011/FBO-02363660.htm

They have also requested a supply of water: http://www.fbodaily.com/archive/2011/01-January/22-Jan-2011/FBO-02363147.htm

Also DHS is requesting a supplier for blankets: https://www.fbodaily.com/archive/2011/01-January/22-Jan-2011/83-src.htm

They are looking for someone to train an urban rescue team (including equipment and rescue dogs): http://www.fbodaily.com/archive/2011/01-January/12-Jan-2011/FBO-02357169.htm

They are requesting a supplier of canine food (TSA): https://www.fbodaily.com/archive/2011/01-January/21-Jan-2011/FBO-02362288.htm

And this may not be related, but they are also moving FEMA trailers from Baton Rogue to southern Mississippi: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=2ab928c1f2a3c3a3ca16d4dc4e625124&tab=core&_cview=1

It is clear that The Department of Homeland Security is investing a lot of money in preparation for a major disaster with in the U.S.  The time frame on these requests are relatively short.  What do they know?  Is there an earthquake coming?

http://ufonetwork.org/profiles/blogs/department-of-homeland?xg_source=activity

 

Thank you, JM.

 

Bird Strangeness in Beebe, Arkansas

Okay, so JM and I decided to take a trip out to Beebe yesterday to see what is going on with the birds. This is not a far trip or anything…fairly close, actually. This makes us pretty nervous. First thing we did was stop at a gas station to get an exact location of the birds. The attendant said it feels like the end of the world. The citizens there are very nervous, and nobody trusts the government given the whole earthquakes in Guy thing (another story for another blog post.)

I am going to give the observations of myself and JM. Disclaimer…I am not a scientist at all, I am merely offering opinions of JM Ashley and myself.

One of the first things that I noticed was the energy was terribly off. My left ear started ringing as soon as we entered the vicinity of the dead birds. The birds that were alive were behaving strangely. They did not fly much more than a few feet off the ground, and a few groups were flying in circles. The people looked freaked out. When we got to the location with the birds, at first we only saw one on the street. It had physical injuries, BUT it was possibly run over by a car or something. This was very close to a construction site.

One thing to be observed is that the location is very close to the Little Rock Air Force Base. Whether this has anything to with it, I don’t know, merely an observation. There were plenty of military planes flying overhead on our visit.

As we got closer to the construction field, we observed many more birds. Hundreds. I don’t know if the cleanup people missed this or not, but there were plenty withing sight.

Our observations: other than the bird in the road, none of the birds had any recognizable injuries. They were in good condition, cadaver-wise. What is strange is the condition of the bodies. They were not in decay, which means these birds have something terribly wrong OR it happened not on New Years, but in the past couple of days.

JM procured one of the cadavers for further independent testing and observation.

It is our opinion that this was something electromagnetic. Something caused these birds to die, and they didn’t bump into each other (no evidence of physical injuries) and we do not believe it was fireworks. This is an area where there is a lot of shooting, so if noises startled the birds, this would be a most unusual occurrence. There are fireworks every year in Beebe; why would this occur now?

The official explanation is that is was “likely” fireworks. Now, they cannot say that with 100% certainty, but this is their explanation. We don’t buy it.

We took videos and photos. We will be uploading the videos later on today. I will provide the links on this blog.

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Read comments from other Arkansans in the newspapers. NOBODY believes the official stories.

More to be posted later today. Thank you for reading.

 

 

Earth crack a mystery

BIRCH CREEK – One day the land was flat and filled with trees shooting straight into the air. Twenty-four hours later there’s a 600-foot-long crack, 4-feet deep twisting its way through the woods – and those vertical trees are now pointed 30 degrees left and right where the earth has mounded 15 feet high. No, it’s not a disaster movie; it’s what happened Monday at the home of Eileen Heider on Bay de Noc Road in Birch Creek.
Heider was sitting in her recliner watching TV at about 8:30 that morning. “The chair shook for a few seconds and I thought the spring in the chair went,” she said. Heider heard a noise at the same time. She checked her chair and around the house inside and out but couldn’t find anything unusual.

Menominee County Emergency Management Director Debra Wormwood was in Lansing, Mich., for a conference but was able to see the photo and share it with the State Police District Emergency Management Coordinator and a representative from the National Weather Service.

http://ehextra.com/main.asp?SectionID=12&SubSectionID=35&ArticleID=8713