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Post by assassin on Sun Nov 18, 2018 4:12 pm

California is the latest victim of wildfires, but is it all it appears, or is portrayed to be?

Governments can send man to the moon, spend huge sums building warships, rockets, nuclear missiles, tanks, and many other things using public money but they seem unable to cure simple problems such as wildfires in areas such as California, but why. Actually then can prevent them and as California has over 1000 miles of coastline and this means they have access to over 1000 miles of water which can be used to fight fires; what is missing is the willingness to invest a small fraction of the annual monies spent on the defence systems to actually put in place a series of effective firefighting systems.

Instead, they rely upon firefighters working in hostile conditions using fire engines which carry finite amounts of water from a readily available source to the area of a fire they are tackling and this takes time, they only deal with a small area of fire at a time and then bring in aeroplanes and helicopters which can only carry small amounts of water and they bomb the area with relatively small amounts of water which is ineffective and more of a publicity stunt, than something effective, but it does cost a lot of money which means people are making profits from public money.

Reality is somewhat different as it is perfectly possible to install a series of pipework fed from the sea and into these huge swathes of land and connect them to free standing monitor systems capable of firing water up to two miles from themselves, or a 4 mile diameter from them; and a simple series of these could be installed at relatively low costs and cost very little to run and maintain, they could be installed in areas of highest population density and effectively prevent fires from starting as well as dousing fires already started. It has been noticed that many of these fires were within easy reach of the sea and simple fire control systems could have doused these fires and prevented them reaching homes, closing roads, and putting human lives at risk, so why havent they been installed.

In reality they could form their own fire breaks simply by starting them during periods of drought ridden conditions or periods of high risk and douse the trees, ground, and any houses in the vicinity, they dont rely upon mains drinking water, and they can have other items such as pigs blood injected into the water supply line to give foam if they are actually fighting an established fire, or injecting powdered clay as this douses fire and forms a air barrier to prevent fires reigniting.

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Re: Wildfires

Post by daveiron on Sun Nov 18, 2018 5:00 pm

From what info I have seen in passing ,there appears to be moves to depopulate California.
Not only these fires which many believe are deliberately started ,but the state is also heavily
chem trailed.
We all know what agenda that suggests.
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Re: Wildfires

Post by Awoken2 on Sun Nov 18, 2018 5:24 pm

Linda Tavares was forewarning this back in February.

https://youtu.be/DHKIBN2my2Y
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Re: Wildfires

Post by daveiron on Sun Nov 18, 2018 6:47 pm

Very good to see she is naming those responsable for these crimes against humanity.
I watch a lot of '1st amendment audits ' on youtube ,and its frightening how dumbed down
Americans are,(and they are not much better here.)
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Re: Wildfires

Post by Tom Bombadil on Mon Dec 03, 2018 2:15 pm

Here's another view.

Those here in the UK might remember the floods a few years back. Huge areas of land lay ruin to flooding and later erosion. And after it all, all the climate nonsense and man made bull, it was found out or made general knowledge that it was all about the EU wanting to flood old tracts of land to alow wildlife to take over, bringing A.21 closer to us all.

Well my view is that it's the same thing. Vast tracts of land, natural growth of uncleared scrub by order (fact) and insurance jobs aplenty.
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Re: Wildfires

Post by daveiron on Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:09 pm

When I used to watch tv, there was a program called The Last Alascans .Where an area the size of the state north carolina was being totally depopulated. From memory there are only about 6 families left and when their children die no further permits will be granted .60 odd years from now there will be no one left.
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Re: Wildfires

Post by Society of the Spectacle on Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:57 pm

@Tom Bombadil wrote:Here's another  view.

Those here in the UK might remember the floods a few years back.  Huge areas of land lay ruin to flooding and later erosion.   And after it all, all the climate nonsense and man made bull, it was found out or made general knowledge that it was all about the EU wanting to flood old tracts of land to alow wildlife to take over, bringing A.21 closer to us all.

Well my view is that it's the same thing.   Vast tracts of land, natural growth of uncleared scrub by order (fact) and insurance jobs aplenty.

I remeber LEEDS being deliberitely Flooded.
and Much talk about the Undredged Rivers.
( A friend of Ceylons was having trouble at that time with the Rivers and Canals Charity Responsible for dredging )
I also wondered if all those flooded properties may be sold off cheap,
and who might buy them.
Of course in California the destruction doesnt have to be quite so Random,
Take a look at some drone footage to see a PRECISION Wild Fire at work.
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Re: Wildfires

Post by daveiron on Mon Dec 03, 2018 4:53 pm

I'm guessing that they will not grant permits for the homes destroyed to be rebuilt. Also no insurance co.will insure those that remain.
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Re: Wildfires

Post by assassin on Tue Dec 04, 2018 2:21 am

Think about it a while, if a canal or river becomes silted up it loses lots of water capacity and this is usually unseen until it is so bad that they are nearly clogged and can pass very little water, or in technical terms it loses volumetric efficiency, so what does this actually mean.

When rivers or canals were built they were designed to overflow and this means they were designed to allow excess water to overflow the lock gates and release their own pressure, they were designed to hold a yield volume of water which has a designed weight of 1Kg per litre of water or 4.54Kg per imperial gallon (not US gallon) of water. Canals were built to a semi circular design and this was for good reason, something called "abrupt weight transfer" occurs which basically means the weight of water is evenly distributed around the whole surface area of the canal, but if a canal silts up the silts weigh anything from 1.7Kg to over 4Kg per litre and you remove the naturally occuring abrupt weight transfer. It works thus, the huge weight of the silts bear directly down and this overloads the bottom of the canal and destabilises the ground directly beneath it, the reduced volume of water at the top pushes directly sideways, and the whole structure becomes unstable.

With much less volume for water, the same volume of water has to travel much faster to dissipate it over the lock gates and as water has a finite rate of dispersal, it overflows the banks and floods the surrounding ground and as it subsides it drags lots more silt back into the canal and this is flowing silt which can increase the weight of the travellong or flowing water to 2-3 times its original weight. If canal lock gates are increased in height (as many are) it hampers its rate of dispersal, and with water slurry at around 3 times its original weight, something has to give somewhere which is the weakest point and this can be many miles away from the problem.
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Re: Wildfires

Post by mitch on Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:15 pm

Some reports say residents who've lost there homes are denied permission to rebuild because of the risk of being destroyed by "fire" (laser fire) again and other reports say Californians don't have homes to go back to unless wealthy enough to rebuild.

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