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Warning for Alaskan Interior ATS members.

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posted on Apr, 24 2005 @ 04:03 PM
If You live near any of these areas, you might want to think of moving to higher ground.

A significant amount of water, most of it locked away in ice and snow, sits in the drainages of several Interior rivers, including the Yukon, Koyukuk and even the Chena. The same is true for much of the huge Susitna River drainage in Southcentral.

Crazy Weather Again

Wow Chk it.

The numbers coming out of their formulas are striking. For instance, the "volume flow forecast" for the Yukon River around Stevens Village is 116 percent of normal for April through July, McClure said. That means enough water will flow by the village to cover 48.2 million acres of land with 1 foot of water, a measurement hydrologists call acre-feet.
"Forty-eight million acres is about the size of South Dakota," McClure said."

Just thought id give u guys a heads up

posted on May, 1 2005 @ 07:38 PM
Ahh HAARP at work, Nikola Tesla would be proud.

posted on May, 1 2005 @ 09:20 PM
Thanks for the heads up, but this is a very known concern here. Also, Eyeofhorus, iit has nothing to do with HAARP, it is because of greater than usual snow pack and sudden spring tempatures. On another note, I fish the Susitna and little Susitna rivers- the Susitna is a very large and wild river.
We are very happy to have the spring temps- it was a long cold winter this year. The geese and robins have just arrived. The lakes have just thawed out. Ahhhh, 50 lb King Salmon on the line soon....

posted on May, 2 2005 @ 08:26 PM
Kewl, I figured if they visit this site, its probably known...but wasnt sure...didnt want to lose any members down the river

posted on May, 5 2005 @ 09:17 AM
Acutally, if you'll read the story, you'll notice that rivers are expected to run around 110% to 118% of normal levels. They expect significant erosion in some areas.

They gave an example of how much water that is... but they did NOT say that the water was going to suddenly rush out of the rivers (defying the law of gravity and several other physical laws) and suddenly flood the whole area.

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