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    There definitely is more than one cause for the problem, and weather manipulation being high on the list as well.
    Quote Posted by Ba-ba-Ra (here)
    Joseph Farrell's recent post:

    REVISITING THE OROVILLE DAM STORY

    He lists several articles and theories:

    **The first category of theory concerns the maintenance of the Oroville dam, which does indeed appear not to have been maintained at the highest level.

    **Governor Brown (aka Gov.Moon Beam) is - you guessed it - blaming the potential failure of the dam on "global warming," not poor maintenance and certainly not on "deliberate action" of other types:

    **Another version, which implicates the state governor in some activity displacing local sheriffs and their responses to the situation

    **Article, from the Sacramento Bee, another find by Mr. V.T., points out that the dam's maintenance manual is outdated, and based on weather patterns from fifty years ago

    **Oroville Dam sabotage aimed at destroying Californian economy

    **LA Times article, points out the governor allegedly had state officials investigate the oil drilling potential on some of his personal property in northern California, which the second link, a private post, alleges is near the dam:

    for more: https://gizadeathstar.com/2017/02/re...lle-dam-story/

    NOTE: The videos on the website are Not current
    Quote Posted by Frenchy (here)
    Dahboo's research shows asks......

    What is causing this RADAR anomaly at Orville Dam ?

    Just as with 'Liquifaction ', sink holes, 911, and other utilisation of DEW's, are they weakening this dam...... slowly ?


    The 'general public ' would easily accept saturation as the cause...

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    From a lone cameraman on the scene who is posting short videos as regularly as he can (with accurate dates).
    Here is the one from today:

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    Uh oh, this Fukushima radiated storm cloud was just activated by x-ray of an earth facing solar flare.



    The overflow spillway is complete, so the danger of collapse at this dam is over. They plan on cutting water on the main spillway for 48 hours to shore it up before the next storm hits...

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    Further info here...I think we need a little help...!

    Well, it looks like the view the “sunlight reflection” of a couple days ago was really a breach in the sidewall of the main spillway. The main spillway is like a H with the main water flow groove, and a side wall on both sides to keep the water flowing down the central channel.
    If I understand what I am seeing here, up above the original “hole,” back towards the spillway top, on the left side, you had a FAILURE of some of the concrete wall sections. This allowed the water to DIVERT from the main “channel, and shift left OUTSIDE THE CONCRETE CHANNEL, AND START ERODING, DIRECTLY ERODING THE DIRT THAT IS RIGHT NEXT TO THE SPILLWAY. The situation is you now have TWO SEPARATE DOWNSTREAM WATER FLOWS: THE FIRST ONE INSIDE THE SPILLWAY AND THE SECOND ONE EXITING THE WALL BREACH AND ERODING AWAY THE HILLSIDE, OR EVEN GOING BACK UNDER THE MAIN SPILLWAY AND CAUSING FURTHER DAMAGE TO THE CONCRETE SLABS ETC.
    Yep, it is now a done deal in my opinion. The failure of the main spillway is now INEVITABLE. It will eventually fail, all the way from the sidewall breach, the one between/below the power lines, and the top of the spillway.
    The erosion undercut going back up towards the spillway top, on the left side first, a day or so ago, and IT IS LIKELY CUTTING UNDER THE ENTIRE WIDTH OF THE MAIN SPILLWAY AND WILL LIKE CAUSE A SEPARATE BREACH ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE SPILLWAY WALL.
    The whore media and politicians will spin this as best as they can, but we are going to see criminal charges out of this down the road. The failure to issue a mandatory evacuation order is an act of moral cowardice, cynical political opportunism and will destroy California for a generation. Nowski, amigo I am saying the state of Jefferson is going to be born out of this, since the hatred of the deplorables for that SCUMBAG GOVERNOR MOONBEAM HAS DONE TO THEM WILL HAVE NO LIMIT.
    The main highway/freeway is I-5 and over it comes the tens of thousands of trucks that supply the “I-5 Corridor.” The rail lines are also linked to the I-5 corridor and carry every thing the entire coastal PNW, Portland, Seattle need.
    You do have options, 101 Coastal Highway, 395 through Eastern Oregon, but they are not credible for mass truck transit.
    In my opinion, the level of economic damage to the Agriculture Industry will be massive. It is not a case where you “can’t” get citrus fruit, or fresh vegetables, it will be a case of it will cost you more to import citrus from Florida, Texas or Arizona.
    And I will say again to those of you who somehow think Governor Moonbeam is going to skate on this, especially if San Francisco Bay is full of floating corpses, it ain’t going to happen. The way the game works is the media and political whores get to do whatever they want until they screw up so bad people die. At that point, the larger system, the NWO , the globalists are quite willing to throw a mid level player like Governor Moonbeam to the howling wolves, if it will keep their butts out of the wolf pit.
    Nope, Moonbeam is road kill because the real “they” the 300 families that rule the world, won’t hesitate to slit his throat to keep the mob happy. I live with Snowflakes, Nowski and when the Snowflakes lose one third, to one half of their drinking water, they are going to chop Moonbeam into tiny pieces.
    Doomer Doug, a.k.a. Doug McIntosh now has a blog at www.doomerdoug.wordpress.com

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    Viking
    From a drone it is hard to judge distance, but main spillway breaking only causes problems by dumping debris into the river and reversing current so water levels are to high at the hydro generator.. the break in the spillway is almost 1000 yards from the dam. It's like a small dent on your fender, no problem driving the car until you can fix it.

    Other than an earthquake hitting 7.25 or greater, the Dam system will survive until the dry season to get in with permanent fixes to some of the patchwork.

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    Can you grab an image from the video showing the spillway with water off?

    2 mins 8 secs in they show spillway with water shut off.



    This was 2 days ago



    They really only need to move the cement barriers on the left to the dirt wall to force the flow to go straight on the spillway to clear the river for the generator. Air lift rock bags in to smooth the path and let her flow.

    In this image you can see how far the flow goes straight, moving the barriers at that point will stop the water flowing down reversing the river.



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    This screen-grab still shows landslides "steps" in the forefront which are no longer there in the picture of post # 125.
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    Worst floods in a century in San Jose

    By Robert February 23, 2017

    Residents of the inundated California city are angry that they were not given more warning that a disaster was imminent.
    “If the first time a resident is aware that they need to get out of a home is when they see a firefighter in a boat, then clearly there has been a failure,” said San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo.
    Chest-deep water trapped hundreds of residents in homes and in trees.

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    I believe, You might be a redneck if you refuse to leave your house for an emergency until you see a fireman drive up in a boat...

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    Very interesting

    More about Victor Schauberger here:
    http://schauberger.co.uk/

    Shasta Dam spillway also overflowing into the Sacramento Valley


    Anderson Dam spills over, Morgan Hill flooded
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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    question , what could this evacuation situation be being used to cover for my focus being human trafficking illegals , paedo networks

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    Quote Posted by Rocky_Shorz (here)

    Quote Posted by Rocky_Shorz (here)
    I have the answer to pay for all these dam repairs, open a State owned bottling center for water and beer from fresh spring water.

    Add some permanent jobs to the area and money to always keep the dam in shape

    Maybe Nestle's will donate their Dam water facility. For all the cavities they've caused, they should be ready to help fill a few...

    I tweeted Trump asking him to help me put it together.

    All I want is a California Rocky Shorz Red...

    I have a filtering system that can take fracking sludge and make it clean enough for the CEO of the project to drink it...

    Run Mountain Spring Snowflakes through it and it will be the best in the world...

    How many breweries in California use recycled toilet water, we got this...
    I want California known for the best Dam Beer in the world... 😉
    I really am not surprised Trump ignored me when I asked to take control of water away from his friends, but once again, the Pope showed he is listening.




    Of course this is post 133, the controllers make a move and I stick out a foot to trip them...

    Quarter million new jobs not counting the construction workers to build the facilities and retail outlets. Lower water bills because the full infrastructure is paid for with this statewide operation.

    A win win for everyone.
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    Long Term Dangers for Oroville Dam-Paul Preston
    Published on Feb 25, 2017
    THE COMMON SENSE SHOW

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    Real footage from today, lost another huge chunk of the main spillway, no way to get generator running before storm with river currents reversed.


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    Oroville Dam CA Rain Proof Flooding is Manmade
    Published on Feb 25, 2017



    UPDATE CA ANALYSIS OF OROVILLE REPORT: THE CONSEQUENCES OF DAM FAILURE 25 02 2017
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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    THIS NEEDS MORE ATTENTION, imho.
    California dams and many others are flawed in their design.
    I haven't had time yet to research this thoroughly, but judging from some of the youtube videos that delve into the work of Victor Schauberger:
    http://schauberger.co.uk/
    ...the builders failed to understand how water moves when under pressure, so the spillways especially are not viable.
    Extensive clearcutting of areas around dams causing erosion also shows an incredible lack of foresight.

    This youtube page for "Svani 7480" has a lot of videos explaining Schauberger's work: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6g...zIXj9YDx2QgY8A
    Apparently the problems were recognized some time ago in California and so presumably elsewhere as well, but action has not been taken for the most part, even though evidence of climate change has made it obvious that extensive revisions would have to have been made in order to avoid the inevitable scenario we are seeing now, and this is only the beginning, it seems.
    Apparently the drought and now the deluge in California were enhanced if not caused by weather manipulation, so it seems likely that one of the ways in which the elite have planned to cripple the US was by targeting California.
    It is definitely an Achilles heel when most of the produce for this country comes from the Central Valley, and even if the floods don't reach the growing fields and there is no crop failure, flooding and destruction of highways can prevent the produce from being distributed before it spoils.
    So whistleblowers have been warning us of food shortages for very good reason.
    All the more reason for individuals, regions and states to become more independent, and for new farming practices to be utilized, such as farming on rooftops, etc.

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    A good overall explanation of what is not working now at the Oroville dam:

    Quote Published on Feb 21, 2017
    Bix Weir has an update on what's happening at the Oroville Dam and the potential problems associated with the on going False Flag. No matter what happens to the Oroville Dam the problems in California are going to be both expensive and long lasting.
    More here from Bix:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7Yo_3ZL7b0
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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    If you haven't already, you can see Robert David Steele's reply to my concerns about the Oroville Dam here:
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1137336
    which include:
    Quote The USG has never done holistic analytics or true cost economics -- the Army Corps of Engineers destroyed the lungs of America (the Mississippi wetlands) for the convenience of the oil companies and because our government lacked intelligence and integrity.

    03 Similarly, HAARP, mind control, legalizing the poisoning of food, water, and ground, vaccines, fracking, all stem from individual financial interests that bribe our two-party tyranny. There is no individual issue that will receive an honest hearing until we achieve electoral reform and make possible evidence-based governance.

    04 With respect to the dam there are clear indications of sabotage and intent to make it appear a threat to get money.

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    Default Re: Oroville Dam... (California, Spring 2017 - current)

    Updates from yesterday and today, two different perspectives
    OROVILLE DAM UPDATE 27 FEB. "THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY"

    Quote mportant update today regarding a change in the tide of events on the ongoing Oroville Reservoir Crisis.
    Starting at about 5 minutes in:
    Oroville Dam UPDATE and runoff numbers 2-26-17 MORE flooding STILL likely spillway

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