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There are a few reasons the west coast is in drought but the big one is that CA grows most of the USA's food, if we allow the rain to bring the radiation from Fukushima out of the sky and into the ground, it will kill the best of America. Their plan is to let the rain fall in the central states that are sparsely populated with a lower educated people in a land that can't be used anyway. By the time large storms move to the east coast they should be mostly radiation free and the deluge of rain and floods washes the east coast free of radiation into the oceans. Its a brilliant system to prolong America by destroying natural weather patterns across the globe for our benefit. The problem is that we are hurting the planet even more to save one continent for a few more years than the rest. What happens at the end of those years??? Source: www.youtube.com...
originally posted by: stormcell
Interesting theory ... but the Sierra Nevada and Rocky mountain range usually stop rain and wet weather from reaching the inland desert states. That's why they are deserts. Though of course, many believe that there are underground rivers that divert the water runoff from the inland side of the mountains hundreds of feet below the arable land.
originally posted by: Jonjonj
Well, regardless of whether or not it is even possible to cause a drought "here" to get rain "there" my main question would have to be: Why hide it?
Surely this would be seen as proactive government dealing with a serious problem, wouldn't it?
I am certain if this were the case that the government would have a water provision solution in the case of such an extreme, if rather ridiculous, plan.
originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
Some people really need to step away from their computers and go outside for a bit...Some of these theories are getting ridiculous.
originally posted by: Enochstask
a reply to: Profusion
I'm in Los Angeles and it's raining right now we have a storm coming in.