News Alert – 7-28-17 Oroville Dam ‘Green Spot’ Causes Concern About Leak – Lake Oroville Dam – 2017 – YouTube
There is now a big green area on the MIDDLE of the Oroville Dam face front. There are also ‘water drain channels’ below the ‘green area’. This means water is running down from the middle, not rain water but water when the rest of the dam is not seeing runoff. ‘Differential settlement’ due to foundation shifting in this earthquake prone state. This is a real danger, if it gives way suddenly, virtually no one has more than an hour or less to run for their lives. There’s a new head for California water policy, just one week ago and already there is a crisis.
Due to popular demand, more Oroville Dam news: DWR to Halt Flows Down Wrecked Spillway Yes, this is news from the last few hours. We can clearly see from the photo below which was taken yesterday afternoon, that the water level is no longer at flood stage, we can see the brown perimeter of the lake now. They have to fix the main dam which is what runs the electricity systems and remove tons of flood debris. Also in the news: France is burning down and the Bilderberg gang is allowing this. Continue reading
A number of people at the You Tube site think this is ‘fake news’ but this is due to them not understanding an emergency dirt road has been built where the road washed away last week and they are now still pouring cement in the big gouges yesterday. Now on to today’s story about University people being very stupid: UCLA Professor Alex Hall claims that the Oroville dam disaster is caused by global warming due to NO SNOW in the Sierra Mountains!
Click on this video and you can make the picture big or small, zooms in wherever you want, it rotates, I had a lot of fun using it. You can see exactly how the landscape lies around this dam! Enjoy!
This photo illustrates the futility of the ‘dam repairs’ which is ridiculously inadequate. The scouring of the ground has removed at least three stories worth of dirt holding up the cement spillway wall. The gravel is about 4 feet thick which is about 25 feet less than the original fill. And today, epic rain is falling, around 10 inches or more. Officials knew FIVE YEARS ago that towns near the damaged Oroville dam wouldn’t have time to evacuate if it failed.