A Dire Oroville Dam Update: Paul Preston

Friday, March 10, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges March 9th, 2017 The national media has taken a vacation from reporting on the condition of the Oroville Dam. With the 9 supporting dams at capacity and the two spillways rendered basically useless, there is grave concern given the fact that the Spring snow pack runoff has not even commenced.... »

Hawaii Had More Snow This Week Than Denver Or Chicago Has Had All Year

Sunday, March 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

Don’t be fooled: Hawaii is not an up-and-coming ski destination. By Carla Herreria 03/04/2017 The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning in Hawaii this week. While that may sound peculiar, it’s not all that extraordinary. It snows nearly every year on the Big Island’s tallest mountains, where the warning was issued. But... »

Vladimir Putin Accuses Western Governments Of ‘Geoengineering Warfare’

Friday, March 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Baxter Dmitry March 2, 2017 Vladimir Putin has set himself on a collision course with Western governments by criticising their atmospheric spraying operations. According to Putin these operations pose a “monumental threat” to the earth’s biota and are “not only offensive, but against nature.“ Putin, who is fundamentally opposed to climate engineering... »

Britain to FREEZE until May: UK set for COLDEST spring in YEARS as weather warnings issued…(Ice Age Cometh…)

Thursday, March 2, 2017
By Paul Martin

FREEZING winds, snow and sub-zero temperatures will keep Britain locked in the freezer until MAY, dire forecasts predict. By NATHAN RAO Thu, Mar 2, 2017 Spring will become the “new winter” thanks to plunging solar activity keeping temperatures well below average for weeks to come. Britain is facing a repeat of the 2013... »

BIG ONE WARNING: California rainfall could trigger San Andreas fault earthquake

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
By Paul Martin

THE HEAVY rainfall hitting California could trigger massive earthquakes seismologists have warned. By SEAN MARTIN Wed, Mar 1, 2017 One of the world’s most dangerous fault lines, the San Andreas Fault, lies beneath California, and some experts are worried that the heavy rain California is currently experiencing could lead to massive earthquakes. California... »

Another wave of ‘deadly weather’ is on the way: Experts warn spring-like storms could stretch from Arkansas to New England after three were killed when tornadoes smashed through Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
By Paul Martin

At least three people were killed when tornadoes touched down across the upper Midwest and Arkansas Emergency officials said one of the tornado victims died when they were hit by an uprooted tree in Illinois Second person to lose their life overnight was killed in Perry County, Missouri – 80 miles south of St... »

On the edge of disaster: Full extent of the damage to the Oroville dam is revealed as officials stop the flow on the spillway showing that it is almost completely destroyed

Tuesday, February 28, 2017
By Paul Martin

Authorities stopped flow to the spillway after Oroville Lake water levels dropped, starting clean-up process It revealed gaping hole and entire edge missing from the spillway, which takes water down from top of dam Huge piles of grey rubble lie at the bottom of the spillway, which barges and excavators are now removing Comes... »

Spring Runoff Will Likely Doom Oroville Dam

Saturday, February 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Dave Hodges February 25th, 2017 Residents were allowed to return to their homes, but serious danger remains. Working crews at the endangered dam are working around the clock to stabilize and reinforce the emergency spillway in anticipation of the melting snow pack runoff, which will again boost Oroville lake levels. Musltiple trucks... »

San Jose declares local state of emergency as hundreds of residents are evacuated after dramatic rescues from ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ chest-deep flood waters

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

Emergency officials raced to help locals who were caught out by the flash floods that hit on Tuesday morning At least 225 residents were taken to dry land and rinsed off with soap and water to prevent them from being sickened by floodwaters that had traveled through engine fuel, garbage, debris and over sewer... »

Oroville Lake Down 52 Feet, but 9 Upstream Reservoirs to Flood

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

by CHRISS W. STREET 21 Feb 2017 Although the California Department of Water Resources is claiming Oroville Dam is safer because the water level has fallen by 52 feet, that feat was largely accomplished by over-filing 9 upstream reservoirs that are all expected to flood as another Pineapple Express storm-train brings 48 hours... »

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