posted on Mar, 22 2013 @ 12:57 AM
reply to post by shells4u
LOL. Yes, I have seen that before; but, I know more. Now, look up Kern County, CIM Group and the City of Vernon. ROFL. Just to make it easy, type in
DWP in your search. Now, start researching all the water blow outs in Los Angeles over the past few years and go to the DWP website and look at how
they admitted that even during the water shortage, they had over filled the dams. That meant that they were pumping more water out of the central
valley when they were using less. Where did that water go? This is a simple flow meter question. If I pump more than I use, what happens to the
excess? It has to be released or pipes burst. Notice how the pipes always burst at night? Did you know that for most of it's history, California's
largest industry was agriculture? Did you know that Los Angeles has been taking all the water that made that possible since the days of Mulhulland?