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Los Angeles Will Run Out of Water
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The solution is an amazing project that is just waiting for the public to demand its construction. It's called NAWAPA. Solves all kinds of problems and will employ 50 million people for decades.. Check it out.
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Post: #107
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:01 PM)
The solution is an amazing project that is just waiting for the public to demand its construction. It's called NAWAPA. Solves all kinds of problems and will employ 50 million people for decades.. Check it out.

As long as the Los Angelesians pay for it, that's fine. They have been raping water from the rest of the southwest for too long.

They are the ones who chose to live in a semi-desert climate.

All they really have to do is quit watering their lawns.

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Post: #108
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as a former resident of LA, this is the answer-

1. Start pumping all the sewage and storm water to the desert into the dry lake beds east of the mts

2. Start using desalinization plants so you are not using sewage laden water from the ocean

3. Blend the water with water from the Mts and to refill the lakes and dams like Van Norman and others and use the water only for human consumption.
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Post: #109
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:56 PM)
as a former resident of LA, this is the answer-

1. Start pumping all the sewage and storm water to the desert into the dry lake beds east of the mts

2. Start using desalinization plants so you are not using sewage laden water from the ocean

3. Blend the water with water from the Mts and to refill the lakes and dams like Van Norman and others and use the water only for human consumption.

1. Why not use the sewage to generate power for
2. To power megascale desalanation plants
3. Sprinkler ban and water conservation limits metered at the household
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Post: #110
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L.S. : Illegal immigrants, latinos, jews

Nothing to worry about.
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Post: #111
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GeekOfTheWeek  Wrote: (01-22-2014 06:04 PM)
Here in Redding, lake Shasta is so low it's unreal, you can see parts of towns showing up that were there before the dam was built. Old bridges, and railroad tunnels. Quite interesting, if it were so odd.

Some Pics of the lake.

http://www.krcrtv.com/news/local/dwindli...index.html

HOLY SHIT

And Shasta is the BACKUP plan for when SoCIal runs out of water?

No way! I used to live up there I've never seen anything like that
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Post: #112
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NOTHING NEW ABOUT CITIES AND PIPED IN WATER.

LOOK AT ROMAN AQUEDUCTS AND CHINESE CANALS.

THE PROBLEM HERE, I REPEAT, IS SIMPLE

BAD PLANNING

BAD MANAGEMENT
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BAD ECOLOONS

STUPIDITY.

NOT A WATER SHORTAGE.

THAT IS PLENTIFUL AND 100% RECYCLED.

WHAT USE HUGE AMOUNTS OF WATER, POWER STATIONS, SO RATION THEM, LOL. GET THE POINT.

GL

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Post: #113
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 04:52 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 06:26 AM)
the geoengineering assholes are always bragging ABOUT DROWNING THE HO CHI MEIN TRAIL. are they too stupid now to use the 40 yr old tech???

they been using it to create the situation we are now in. either that or there is some other entity doing things and charging for actual water.
California needs to fully legalize cannabis . it will help lower the gang activity and help calm the crack heads and the meth heads down .
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Post: #114
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uh put the hemp back and the oxygen coming off of it would cause more water vapor above it . it kinda a no brainer whats happening to the planet . humans have taken away a " child " of mother earth . i don't blame mother earth for getting mad having her children taken from her and not allowed to reproduce .
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Post: #115
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lets hope so.
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Post: #116
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Casual Bystander  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:45 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:01 PM)
The solution is an amazing project that is just waiting for the public to demand its construction. It's called NAWAPA. Solves all kinds of problems and will employ 50 million people for decades.. Check it out.

As long as the Los Angelesians pay for it, that's fine. They have been raping water from the rest of the southwest for too long.

They are the ones who chose to live in a semi-desert climate.

All they really have to do is quit watering their lawns.
Your reply is full of nonsense.

No one could have foreseen the water problems at the time when the city was founded.

And they are called "Angelenos".
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Post: #117
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I WILL REPEAT

IUF YOU LIVE AN AN ARID OR SEMI ARID AREA.

YOU PLAN FOR, BUILD AND MAINTAIN WATER MANAGEMENT SCHEMES.

FAILURE TO DO SO IS STUPIDITY NOT THE CLIMATES FAULT.

QUESTION

ALL AIR CONDITIONING UNITS EMIT WATER. WHAT HAPPENS TO THAT WATER IN CALIFORNIA?

ANYBODY KNOW?

GL

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Post: #118
Los Angeles Will Run Out of Water
Casual Bystander  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:45 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:01 PM)
The solution is an amazing project that is just waiting for the public to demand its construction. It's called NAWAPA. Solves all kinds of problems and will employ 50 million people for decades.. Check it out.

As long as the Los Angelesians pay for it, that's fine. They have been raping water from the rest of the southwest for too long.

They are the ones who chose to live in a semi-desert climate.

All they really have to do is quit watering their lawns.
Oh, and measures such as not watering their lawns will just postpone the final demise for a few decades.

Read up on it, there is an article at Rolling Stone.
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Post: #119
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Thirsty herds  Wrote: (01-22-2014 05:25 AM)
Experts say it is a function of not if, but when.

Los Angeles is the #1 city in the USA at risk for running out of water.

There have been articles about it for years. Is this the year the drought will finally put the nail in the coffin.

Scenario: What would happen if it didn't rain in socal for another year? Wildfire season would not end until the next raindrops fall. Firefighters would probably use the rest of the supply on fighting flames.

I don't want this to happen but something is telling me to tell others to prepare for the worst this year.

All it would take is an outbreak of winter wildfires and no more rain.

17 million people without drinking water.

doomed

What do you think?



http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/04...78418.html

http://www.alternet.org/story/101193/whe..._you_think

It's all okay. GL and his mates will save the day...
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Post: #120
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-22-2014 09:56 PM)
as a former resident of LA, this is the answer-

1. Start pumping all the sewage and storm water to the desert into the dry lake beds east of the mts

2. Start using desalinization plants so you are not using sewage laden water from the ocean

3. Blend the water with water from the Mts and to refill the lakes and dams like Van Norman and others and use the water only for human consumption.

Pipe ocean water and dump on deserts. Plant lots of trees. Reclaim desert.

There's no political will for this.



Report: Some Bay Area Communities Could Run Out Of Water Within 4 Months

January 29, 2014
As the drought in California continues, 17 communities throughout the state could run out of water within 60 to 120 days, state officials said. In some districts, the wells are running dry while other reservoirs are nearly empty.
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2014/01...-4-months/



Why California Is Running Dry
60 Minutes: Three-Year Drought Is Bringing A Decades-Long Fight Over Water To A Head

Dec 23, 2009
Water is in short supply. You don't have to go to Africa or the Middle East to see how much the planet is running dry. Just go to California, where, after three years of drought, dozens of towns and cities have imposed mandatory water rationing and a half million acres in the country's agricultural breadbasket are lying fallow.

Arnold Schwarzenegger, the action hero governor, has thrust himself into the fray by requiring towns and cities across the state to reduce their water use by 20 percent over ten years. That means less water to drink, to bathe in, and to water the lawn.

Governor Schwarzenegger only has a year left in office, and he's well aware of the old saying "Whisky is for drinking, water is for fighting."

"People have died over water. You know, movies have been made about the wars of water in California," Gov. Schwarzenegger told 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl.

Schwarzenegger says his state is in crisis. "We've been in crisis for quite some time because we're now 38 million people and not anymore 18 million people like we were in the late 60s. So it developed into a battle between environmentalists and farmers and between the south and the north and between rural and urban. And everyone has been fighting for the last four decades about water."

He took us to the San Luis Reservoir in California's farm country.

"Everything that you see here was all full of water," he told Stahl.

The reservoir is a key part of the water system that has kept southern California - and one of the most productive agricultural basins in the world - green and arable, until now.

"It looks like sand. It looks like a desert, actually," Stahl remarked, while talking with Todd Allen, a wheat, cotton and cantaloupe farmer in California's Central Valley.

But he doesn't blame his troubles on the drought. He blames the environmentalists who sued under the Endangered Species Act to protect a tiny little fish, the Delta smelt, that was being killed off by California's main water pumps.

A federal judge ordered that the pumps be turned down, and Allen's taps almost ran dry.
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/why-californ...nning-dry/


California's Man-Made Drought

Sept 2, 2009
The state's water emergency is unfolding thanks to the latest mishandling of the Endangered Species Act. Last December, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued what is known as a "biological opinion" imposing water reductions on the San Joaquin Valley and environs to safeguard the federally protected hypomesus transpacificus, a.k.a., the delta smelt. As a result, tens of billions of gallons of water from mountains east and north of Sacramento have been channelled away from farmers and into the ocean, leaving hundreds of thousands of acres of arable land fallow or scorched.

The result has already been devastating for the state's farm economy. In the inland areas affected by the court-ordered water restrictions, the jobless rate has hit 14.3%, with some farming towns like Mendota seeing unemployment numbers near 40%. Statewide, the rate reached 11.6% in July, higher than it has been in 30 years. In August, 50 mayors from the San Joaquin Valley signed a letter asking President Obama to observe the impact of the draconian water rules firsthand.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has said that he "doesn't have the authority to turn on the pumps" that would supply the delta with water, or "otherwise, they would be on." He did, however, have the ability to request intervention from the Department of Interior. Under a provision added to the Endangered Species Act in 1978 after the snail darter fiasco, a panel of seven cabinet officials known as a "God Squad" is able to intercede in economic emergencies, such as the one now parching California farmers. Despite a petition with more than 12,000 signers, Mr. Schwarzenegger has refused that remedy.
http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10...1898375624
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