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The California false flag power outages of 2019

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posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 07:57 PM
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a reply to: dogstar23 Didn't Adam Schiff's favorite hotel burn down,too,not very long ago?

I guess it explains his recent eye popping "frustration".




posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 07:59 PM
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a reply to: Phage
You're spot on about the lawsuits. As I understand it power companies are not held liable for damage due to "acts of god" like lightening and such but failure to maintain timber and brush clearances is not an act of god. Thing is they will still be liable for loses due to their shutoffs but it's better to pay for lost frozen products than for scores of houses and property lost by a fire they are found responsible for creating.

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posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 08:13 PM
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originally posted by: dragonman999
I'm guessing that the power outage thing might just be used as an excuse for the deep state/Dems to start fires to get rid of evidence.

It would give them perfect cover.


Evidence of what exactly..I'm curious about that.
As it is, the power company/s, are allowing themselves the blame for these fires to be in part, perhaps something to do with their incompetence.. perhaps not, while lack of investment sounds very likely, and seems plausible without actually knowing why there are sparky power lines, or obsolete/old transformers that could blow at any time.
What about the Federal government wanting to clear the land of people around certain areas, for secret projects for instance, would that need the power agencies/brokers to be in the link intellectually, technically?
There's not much doubt that California has had reams of fires, including vandalism, as well as the weather alone, arguably that means it is just the weather or yahoo's....or, [fill this space]
But arguably, it could be anything as above.
PG&E however, are in administration, or heading that way, though I guess if there were some federal, nefarious interference, PG&E would not shout about that so much if they were left, 'comfortable' let's say.
So, I think you need to do some more exploring as to any truth as you may see it.



posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 08:31 PM
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a reply to: KKLOCO

batteries would also be a good investment as with out battery back up the solar wont do diddily squat as they dont let you use it as it could shock utility workers www.fastcompany.com...

“We had solar the whole time, but the solar was shut down because it’s connected to the grid,” he says. “So we weren’t able to use that even though it was still generating power.” They installed the battery earlier this year. When the utility warns that it may need to cut off power, the battery gets an alert so that it can automatically fully charge in advance. When the grid is down, the system operates independently, continuing to store power from the house’s solar panels. “When the grid goes down, everything shuts down with it,” says Anne Hoskins, chief policy officer at Sunrun, a company that sells solar power systems and home batteries. “But when you have the batteries and the solar panels and the inverters, we’re able to essentially create a little microgrid for the house so that the house can continue to receive solar power during the day. And then solar power can be stored in the battery as well, that could then be used in the evening when it’s dark.”



posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 10:32 PM
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You should keep your battery bank charged at all times, and have a generator or two as well. I don't like depending on other people to keep my fridge and chest freezers cold. I have well over $1000 in frozen meats and vegetables on hand at all times. I don't need to be at anyones mercy, and it feels good to be prepared. It gives peace of mind.

I have a Honda 3000i generator. Pure sine wave. I also have a small 4 stroke 700 watt gen to keep the battery bank charged in case of overcast during a power cut. It will run up to 13 hours on a gallon of gas. I keep 40 gallons of preserved gas on hand at all times, plus what is in my truck, and I keep that full too.
I also have 1000 plus pounds of all kinds of food set aside, and veg/fruit gardens

Why rely on others who cant be trusted?

Power cut? I almost look forward to it. I went to my property 4 hours from here, and city power was off all over in the hills. Street signals were off, and temporary stop signs were in place. I stopped at a small mountain market, and they were running on generator power. Another market was accepting cash only.
Remember, as California goes, so goes the nation. Be prepared



posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 10:39 PM
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California Blackouts Prove They Can Take Away Anything From You


Since when did power lines start causing fires because of wind? So we are getting lied too yet again. With the HAM Repeaters going down as well it has military operation written all over it.

California does sound like it has its swamp problems too. The sea ports are getting some attention along with then entrance into silicon valley, Morgan Hill. The lights still sound on in Silicon Valley, would not be surprised to find they have their own back up systems. With all the politically bias censorship going on in face book, twitter, google and the others they can do with some straightening up.



posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 10:40 PM
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originally posted by: RalagaNarHallas
a reply to: KKLOCO

batteries would also be a good investment as with out battery back up the solar wont do diddily squat as they dont let you use it as it could shock utility workers www.fastcompany.com...

“We had solar the whole time, but the solar was shut down because it’s connected to the grid,” he says. “So we weren’t able to use that even though it was still generating power.” They installed the battery earlier this year. When the utility warns that it may need to cut off power, the battery gets an alert so that it can automatically fully charge in advance. When the grid is down, the system operates independently, continuing to store power from the house’s solar panels. “When the grid goes down, everything shuts down with it,” says Anne Hoskins, chief policy officer at Sunrun, a company that sells solar power systems and home batteries. “But when you have the batteries and the solar panels and the inverters, we’re able to essentially create a little microgrid for the house so that the house can continue to receive solar power during the day. And then solar power can be stored in the battery as well, that could then be used in the evening when it’s dark.”


The batteries I use are conventional deep cycle. They are Giant Universal UB8D batteries weighing in at over 160n lbs apiece. I do intent to get a large lithium battery in the future. Like one from a wrecked Tesla car. That will run about anything. Ive run my washing machine on my conventional batteries, and it ran just fine. I run my boiler, compressors, freezers etc of what I have set up now. Even a boiler, 24 hours a day.



posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 10:43 PM
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Since when did power lines start causing fires because of wind?

Since a long time ago.

October, a long time ago.

The fires fulfilled the worst fears that thick vegetation caused by heavy spring rains would, after a summer with almost no rain, make ideal tinder to be fanned by the Santa Ana winds that come every fall. A couple of fires were set off by sparks from downed power lines, officials said, but they said at least three had human help. Accident and Arson
www.nytimes.com...


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posted on Oct, 13 2019 @ 11:11 PM
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Strong winds can cause overhead conductors with long spans to clash together which creates a shower of sparks that can and do ignite dry brush under the line. It's a big problem here in Oz as well when the weather, temp, wind all together produce the most dangerous conditions (classed as very high to catastrophic fire risk).

Places not blacked out would be the more recent developments with underground reticulation all the way from the substation so there is no risk of clashing conductors producing sparks along the route.
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posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 02:14 AM
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The unique thing about solar power is that one can use it off the grid, which would require one to live in remote, uninhabited areas on Earth, something most of us would choose not to do, because it is a very hard way to live, and survive.

Almost everyone is on the grid, with solar power, or any other power source, too.

Our great 'leaders' in government are not going to allow us to use solar power without paying as much, or even more, than we do now, with conventional power. Because they will make us pay for something they have nothing to do with, like our earnings going to them as income tax, which is pure, worldwide crime, but we allow that, so anything else is a cinch, in comparison!



posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 02:46 AM
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Red Pill News - CA Blackout & Fires A Military OP?


This report by RedPill78 has put together some of the reports going around the internet.

One theory for the power blackout to help detect underground tunnel systems with ground penetrating radar. There is footage of smoke and fire coming from the sewer system. One person watching satellite data found 5 simultaneous explosions when the power got cut off.


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posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 07:04 AM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: dragonman999

Or, it's PG&E trying to avoid more lawsuits.

I don't think it will work. Lot of rotten beef, and stuff.



And dead people who rely on electricity to power their life saving/giving equipment.......



posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 07:17 AM
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originally posted by: turbonium1
The unique thing about solar power is that one can use it off the grid, which would require one to live in remote, uninhabited areas on Earth, something most of us would choose not to do, because it is a very hard way to live, and survive.

Almost everyone is on the grid, with solar power, or any other power source, too.

Our great 'leaders' in government are not going to allow us to use solar power without paying as much, or even more, than we do now, with conventional power. Because they will make us pay for something they have nothing to do with, like our earnings going to them as income tax, which is pure, worldwide crime, but we allow that, so anything else is a cinch, in comparison!

Aussies will know more but, i'm under the impression solar panels are rather widespread down under with most people making a profit from the grid.
Living in Britain we get around three sunny days and, with a tory government for 9 years they hiked the prices of the panels up making it pointless to even look into it further.



posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 04:25 PM
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originally posted by: Pilgrum
a reply to: kwakakev

Strong winds can cause overhead conductors with long spans to clash together which creates a shower of sparks that can and do ignite dry brush under the line. It's a big problem here in Oz as well when the weather, temp, wind all together produce the most dangerous conditions (classed as very high to catastrophic fire risk).

Places not blacked out would be the more recent developments with underground reticulation all the way from the substation so there is no risk of clashing conductors producing sparks along the route.


Thank you for your contribution.
I can understand the the DemoComms wouldn't want to bury most of the power lines in California. It would be better for the people and environment, so they won't do it.
There are several companies that have rock trenching equipment to bury the cable.



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posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 04:48 PM
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The grid-like pattern many of these Cali fires doesnt seem so wild

Rebates will only pay for so much for solar and it's so costly to see all that equip go up I'm flames when the next fire comes thru



posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 05:18 PM
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What false flag?

Do you know what the definition of a false flag is?

I
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posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 05:24 PM
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originally posted by: KansasGirl

originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: KansasGirl




Why are you so rah-rah for "non-forced" solar power in California?

Huh?
What rah-rah?


All of your posts/questions in this thread seem hostile to anyone questioning the sketchy-looking activities of the CA lawmakers and power company concerning the rigamarole with the solar power compulsion by 2020.


Oh it's not just this thread it's every thread. I've learned to ignore anything he says because he comes off as an arrogant a-hole and never really says anything more than a word and a quote from someone else (never his own words) and maaaaaaybe a whole sentence.

All I can really say about this guy is that is google-fu is strong. It's like his goal in life is to google what people say then quote what he finds. He never really comes off as an intelligent person to me, just someone who likes try to act smart by googling things to respond with to make him self sound superior and does it in such an a-hole way.
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posted on Oct, 14 2019 @ 05:38 PM
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a reply to: Violater1

A portion of your claim is a bit misleading.

The requirement is that all NEW homes must have solar.

Fortune

Aside from that ... States Rights?



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