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Jade Helm and the drought of the West US

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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 09:21 PM
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So I've been looking at a lot of the jade helm scenarios, So I figured I'd throw my theory in the mix.

It seems the west / southwest is still pretty dry, and it seems like it may stay that way for awhile. Maybe TPTB know that the drought isn't going to improve, and that civil unrest would most likely occur there if a complete water shortage were to arise.

Think about it, looting, rioting, and all the other good things that come with the loss of a basic necessity of life. Perhaps that is a good reason they decided to target those areas for "training". Anything is possible in these crazy times.



In northeastern California, exceptional drought (D4) was expanded across the northern Sierras this week, while in northern Modoc County, a one-category improvement (from D4 to D3) was rendered to the depiction to more accurately reflect local conditions. In east-central California near Yosemite National Park, the average surface elevation of Mono Lake stood at 6378.9 feet, as of April 15th. This is the lowest surface elevation of the lake since early 1996. The target elevation is 6391 feet. For the past two weeks, extreme to exceptional drought (D3-D4) covered two-thirds of California.

In northern Nevada, a one-category degradation was made to northwestern Elko County, while in southwestern Montana, small improvements were made to the drought depiction in Gallatin County. In Washington state, record/near-record low snowpack supports the expansion of moderate drought (D1) across the northern Cascades, and the introduction of moderate drought in northeastern Washington.





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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 09:56 PM
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a reply to: eXia7

Interesting take there. I live in Cali and it just so happens there are reports of "Worst drought in 1200 years" and "California has 1 year of water left..." I mean can you imagine what horror a water shortage would bring about? Not to mention there are also reports now that California is going to play a larger role in JH15 than previously thought. Not to mention Jade Helm translates to West Shock in Hebrew I believe? Weak sausages....Hmmm go figure, we got a lot of folks out here. Most of us our coastal or big cities too. We already have cities in the San Joaquin that have no water for awhile now. Disturbing. So much $$ for war, so little for common welfare and decency. And I'm not talking socialism, I'm H2O, the most fundamental building block in sustaining our existence as a species. Not looking too good out west.. Thanks for the post
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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 10:04 PM
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a reply to: eXia7

Man! More outrageous doom porn.

So, I'll be stupid too. You see, I need a bit of guidance being that I'm in the drought area.
What do I take to the streets and use for a chant? I gotta have a chant, a target person, place or thing, if I intended to be a respectable looter, rapist and in general anarchist, maybe even leading the crowd in my community down the street.

Hey, did you hear that our governor is fixin' to sign a open carry bill for those that have concealed carry permits? Now, you can take that action and run with it by drumming up a whole conspiracy about how that came about since our cows are dying and the windmills are pumping air and the lakes are all drying up so that we can't event get our outboards in the water without hauling those sucker all of the way to the danged coast, and we can march down Congress Street in Austin loaded for bear and put the fear into the establishment. But I sometimes wonder how any of that helps us with the water situation. Oh, I forgot, we blame Washington and that there HARRP program up there in Alaska or even the Russian's with their device in Siberia!



posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 10:04 PM
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a reply to: eXia7

Another's Observation - ( or will it be called off? )

( relating to today's bastrop county texas commissioner's meeting )

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Later tonight ... I plan to watch the complete ustream recording.
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posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 10:09 PM
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originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: eXia7

Man! More outrageous doom porn.

So, I'll be stupid too. You see, I need a bit of guidance being that I'm in the drought area.
What do I take to the streets and use for a chant? I gotta have a chant, a target person, place or thing, if I intended to be a respectable looter, rapist and in general anarchist, maybe even leading the crowd in my community down the street.

Hey, did you hear that our governor is fixin' to sign a open carry bill for those that have concealed carry permits? Now, you can take that action and run with it by drumming up a whole conspiracy about how that came about since our cows are dying and the windmills are pumping air and the lakes are all drying up so that we can't event get our outboards in the water without hauling those sucker all of the way to the danged coast, and we can march down Congress Street in Austin loaded for bear and put the fear into the establishment. But I sometimes wonder how any of that helps us with the water situation. Oh, I forgot, we blame Washington and that there HARRP program up there in Alaska or even the Russian's with their device in Siberia!



You have quite a creative mind, perhaps you've been thinking about this theory as well huh?



posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 10:16 PM
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a reply to: Aliensun

Yo. I don't think OP was presented as Doom Porn. I'm not a fan of Doom Porn either. However, it IS bad out here, relating to our water situation, which could become catastrophic if not addressed. I've said this before, if we can do the Keystone XL for hydrocarbons, why not a transverse pipeline to channel water from eastern to US to the parched west.... Again so much $$ for fighting and the hopes of one, never any time or money for societal well-being....



posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 10:56 PM
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a reply to: eXia7

The water was cut off to Mono Lake due to the high sodium content and it being a home to brine shrimp.
Mono Lake is more salty than the oceans.



posted on Apr, 27 2015 @ 11:15 PM
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a reply to: eXia7
Im in San Joaquin. We had quite a good rain the night before last. It looked like at least a half inch.
There is plenty of water in lake Tahoe. Ive heard theres enough to run the whole country for a year? Its super deep. One of the deeper lakes on the planet. I think it is the 5th largest largest body of water in the entire US. Theres your emergency water to get you through a serious drought



posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 01:17 AM
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No no no...that water is for nestle to sell back to you at a 10,000% mark up along with some disposable plastic garbage. If I lived in California I'd be knocking at the factory door with my water buckets...and a city full of angry armed residents



posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 02:52 AM
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Breakdown in the food chain, look at the drill dates - same as the harvests.
We think much alike OP.
S&F for you.

As for the water - it's owned by the UN through treaty.

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posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 08:31 AM
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originally posted by: eXia7



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I hope this Picture Comparison Solidifies Your OP. I Think Your Right on the Money.



posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 10:10 AM
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I think the Southwest is quickly becoming a Desert, and I see no change in this. There has been a total mismanagement of the amount of water wasted. Looking back in history, I cant believe that this area thought it could manage the waters, by rerouting and damming up rivers. It created a relief for what a century, and know its all catching back up. the Hoover dams water levels are drastically lower. This will not end well for the southwest. Climate change, Geo Engineering, Whatever, I think its just nature itself. It was bound to happen eventually.



posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 10:34 AM
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I was at a large meeting last night here in Cali. People are fighting the construction of the high speed rail. The route is supposed to go from LA to SF. The state narrowly passed a bond in 2008 I believe, for 9.1 billion to build. The cost is now at 68 billion and they are still in the planning phase! Needless to say, we residents, are fighting to stop it and are pretty upset that this rail is such a priority for Governor Brown, instead of new water infrastructure such as desalinization plants!

We may have a train in 20 years that takes no one from LA to SF since, there will be no water to sustain us! (Not to mention, it will cost as much as a plane flight, will not really go 200 miles an hour, but as slow as 55 miles an hour at times, etc.)



posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 07:10 PM
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originally posted by: SunnyDee
I was at a large meeting last night here in Cali. People are fighting the construction of the high speed rail. The route is supposed to go from LA to SF. The state narrowly passed a bond in 2008 I believe, for 9.1 billion to build. The cost is now at 68 billion and they are still in the planning phase! Needless to say, we residents, are fighting to stop it and are pretty upset that this rail is such a priority for Governor Brown, instead of new water infrastructure such as desalinization plants!

We may have a train in 20 years that takes no one from LA to SF since, there will be no water to sustain us! (Not to mention, it will cost as much as a plane flight, will not really go 200 miles an hour, but as slow as 55 miles an hour at times, etc.)


Well, make sure everybody stands firm, there is definitely no point in having a train to nowhere.

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posted on Apr, 28 2015 @ 07:11 PM
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originally posted by: SirKonstantin

originally posted by: eXia7



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I hope this Picture Comparison Solidifies Your OP. I Think Your Right on the Money.


Do you have a link to the pic you tried to attach? it doesn't seem to be showing up.

Thanks



posted on Apr, 29 2015 @ 01:15 AM
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a reply to: Aliensun


Man! More outrageous doom porn.

Not really. If you wanna see people get mean, take away their water. Shouldn't take long before a lot of people will get pretty upset.

Don't believe me? Turn off your water for a few weeks. Let me know how that goes for you. Unless you are pretty hardcore, living without water will piss you off pretty quick. We're talking about a basic essential of life here. It also comes in handy for flushing toilets...



posted on May, 1 2015 @ 11:11 AM
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originally posted by: eXia7








I hope this Picture Comparison Solidifies Your OP. I Think Your Right on the Money.


Updated!, I had apparently deleted the picture in my file, so it was not showing up.
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posted on May, 3 2015 @ 01:35 PM
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originally posted by: SirKonstantin

originally posted by: eXia7








I hope this Picture Comparison Solidifies Your OP. I Think Your Right on the Money.


Updated!, I had apparently deleted the picture in my file, so it was not showing up.



Not EXACTLY perfect, but the comparison is pretty close. We are definitely living in interesting times



posted on May, 7 2015 @ 02:43 AM
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Lake Powell, named after the surveyor who vehemently disagreed with putting settlements in such an arid environment as the desert SW.a reply to: Glassbender777




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