WHY A MEDIUM-SIZED EARTHQUAKE IN NEVADA COULD KILL MILLIONS
The drought is not stopping.
The earthquakes are not stopping.
Leave Las Vegas while you can.
My strongest memory of Hurricane Katrina was of a video clip of a family on a roof, surrounded by water, calling to the helicopter for help (which they did not get). It takes 3 days for a person to die of dehydration. Bush did not send in help for 5 days.
Did that family die of dehydration? Or did they drink the flood waters? But were the flood waters salty so they could not?
Now I realize that millions of people in Nevada could die of dehydration, and they have no idea that they are in danger. Here’s how:
On 5/22/15 a 5.4 earthquake struck Nevada. A friend of mine in Vegas felt it on the fourth floor. As has been done for about 95% of all earthquakes, it was soon after downgraded to 4.8 (Quakes are hardly ever upgraded, as the oligarchs do not want to alarm the masses). Nevada has had bigger quakes than that in the past, and quakes around the world are increasing at an exponential rate.
Lake Mead & Hoover Dam supply water to 20 million people in Nevada, California and Arizona. Las Vegas gets 90% of it’s water from Lake Mead.
Lake Mead & Hoover Dam, Early March 2015 (above)
Lake Mead 5/25/15. Observe the black horizontal line on Hoover Dam to compare to the above image. (above)
On the day of the reportedly 4.8 quake, Lake Mead was reported on the official website to drop 1.65 feet and then a whopping 6.40 feet the next day, when the average drop before that was around 0.24 feet. The website reporting this was http://lakemead.water-data.com/
The same results showing a total drop of 8 feet on May 22nd were reported on another website. This image was later changed, but here is the original:
UPDATE: 5/26/15, a drop of 0.75 feet is recorded. That is still a big drop. Is there a crack that hasn’t been repaired?
This story went viral over the internet. Another government website then said that that was an error. Shortly after, the first website reported a GAIN in water of a massive 8.73 feet. How was that possible in the middle of a drought?
This was explained in a good article by Zerohedge: They simply decreased the outflow from the dam, so that the river could then allow it to fill up. We will never know how much water really got lost from the dam, because it could have been even more than was reported, if they cut back the outflow sooner.
Why would the government lie to us about something as ‘simple’ as the water levels in a dam? Because governments work for giant corporations, and many millions of dollars can be made on this information. If there is damage to Lake Mead, people in power could make millions of dollars (and avoid the loss of millions) by:
Selling short on gambling stocks.
Selling short on real estate stocks that invest in Las Vegas.
Selling properties before prices plummet.
The government now has the power to do this, since Obama seized control over all food, farms, livestock, farm equipment, fertilizer and food production across America when he issued an executive order entitled, “National Defense Resources Preparedness”
The next day after all of this the government did admit one truth – Lake Mead is at the lowest level it has ever been (this at a time when people are still building in Las Vegas). They said;
“The last time Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the United States, reached maximum capacity was 1983. This week the lake, located along the Colorado River near Las Vegas, Nevada, is expected to reach a new milestone — its lowest point ever.
Formed by the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead has been suffering for years as an expansive drought across the West, coupled with rising temperatures and populations, has overstressed the massive man-made body of water. According to forecasts from the federal Bureau of Reclamation, water levels will fall this week to their lowest since it was first filled in 1937. The lake, which provides water for 20 million people across the Southwest has been losing water for over a decade and is currently at about 40 percent capacity. “
I was thinking of this when a thought occurred to me. What if a bigger quake totally drains Hoover Dam quickly? This need not take long, since it is already low. That would mean no water and rolling blackouts for at least the 2 million people in Las Vegas.
What if a sinkhole opens up? Like these:
Sinkhole in Guatemala
85′ sinkhole in Missouri golf course
Sinkhole opens up in 24 hours in Turkey, 5/16/15. Not a burst watermain in sight.
Sinkhole in Texas, 5/10/15
300 foot Sinkhole in the Ukraine
WATER SUPPLIES VANISH AFTER EARTHQUAKES
We have seen recently how water supplies can vanish quickly after an earthquake. For example;
- Reservoir in New Zealand vanishes after a quake:
- River in Costa Rica empties after earthquake swarm.
SHOCKING FORECASTS FOR LAS VEGAS AND NEVADA – LAKE MEAD
Here are some shocking forecasts for Las Vegas and Nevada, if the current drought continues, which at the moment is the forecast:
1) Jun 2015 Drop below 1075 feet – extreme water rationing.
2) Aug 2015 drop below 1050 feet – old power turbines fail.
3) Aug 2017 drop below 950 – new power turbines fail.
4) Aug 2018 drop below 895 feet – you are at dead pool.
This situation is so stupid, that one must wonder if this whole situation is planned. For example, they could have used the wealth of Las Vegas years ago to build an aqueduct to bring water from Canada. No city should be so dependent on just one source for water and electricity. And why was a limit never put on new building permits?
It is especially criminal to use water in the desert for energy production. There are other ways to produce energy. For example, they could burn pollution-free coal if they would use CENFuel technology.
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF AN EARTHQUAKE EMPTIED HOOVER DAM WITHIN DAYS?
What would the people of Las Vegas do for water? What would they drink? How could they all get enough water to not die when people die if they don’t drink within 3 days?
In addition, you have 340,000 tourists staying in Las Vegas on an average day. These people have no supplies. Many have no car. Many are living in high-rise hotels. Of Hoover Dam got blown up like in 911, the planes would be grounded. What would they do?
What would 2 million people do when the toilets no longer flush? There isn’t even any vegetation to provide privacy. It would be like back in the days of Queen Elizabeth I when the royal palace stank, because “many people took to relieving themselves in the courtyard, or against the walls.” She at least had the option of moving to a different palace each time the smell got too overwhelming.
If everyone tried to leave the city, imagine the carnage on the roads. Imagine how fast gas would run out, and trucks would not be able to refill the supplies fast enough, with so much traffic on the road. We have seen this before in disasters with much smaller populations.
Where would everyone go? When we lived in Show Low in the White Mountains in Arizona, we were told to evacuate with about 10,000 other people because a fire was burning down all the pine trees and approaching the town (and the greenies wouldn’t allow anyone to put in fire breaks). We spent all day packing ourselves and our business and finished packing in the small hours of the morning. We drove in two trucks to Las Vegas for cheap accommodation and food and got to Flagstaff around 8 am.
We were totally exhausted but could not find a room at any hotel. Eventually we found a hotel with a room, and begged the hotel to let us in before the normal booking-in time of 2.00 pm. Thankfully, they took pity on us. We collapsed on the bed at 11 am. That was how tough it was with just 10,000 people – but we were not faced with a life threatening situation of having no water to drink.
I suppose if the Hoover Dam lost all water in a short space of time, people might survive for a while because they could truck in water for a while. But if they don’t ration it, supplies will run out as quick as you can blink, as greedy people buy water not just for drinking, but also for cooking and washing. I doubt they will be able to set up rationing systems in time – remember that people die after 3 days without water.
In any case, this will break down quickly, as the roads get quickly jammed and pandemonium ensues from people leaving town because there is no running water for drinking, or flushing toilets or cooking, or for washing dishes, clothes and bodies. As seen in recent disasters, gas supplies will vanish quickly, and the road jams will make it difficult to get in more supplies. These people are in the desert, and this may happen in scorching summer temperatures, with little electricity.
THE DROUGHT IS STAYING FOR A VERY LONG TIME
Scientists now believe that the drought in the SW is caused by the jet stream moving to different areas, because of warming oceans.
We submit that the oceans are warming because the 3 million undersea volcanoes are starting to erupt.
WILL THE HOOVER DAM BE A MASONIC SACRIFICE?
Giant Goat Projected Onto Hoover Dam
Covering an area of 39,000 square metres, the logo covered practically the whole surface of Hoover Dam.Cologne-based PR agency Oliver Schrott Kommunikation (OSK) chose the Koln logo to experiment the new powerful lighting system installed, thanks in no small way to the affinity to the club of many of the firm’s employees.
Earthquake Project card from the Illuminati Card Game, showing two towers, and a projected image on Hoover Dam showing two towers too.
Excellent article showing the Illuminati plan to Blow Up Hoover Dam.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO NOW IF YOU ARE IN A NEVADA OR OTHER DROUGHT AREA
RIGHT NOW: Store enough water to drink for at least a month, for yourself and friends and family who won’t do this. Obviously, more is better, but the key is to get started doing this. Store at least bottled water and 5 gallon bottles. Here are some tips.
Store food that doesn’t require water or electricity to prepare. Store at least 3 weeks. A qualified person I know told me that Las Vegas has only 5 days of food at any one time. Because of panic buying, food would run out before then. He said that what he is most worried about is the massive level of criminal activity that would arise in such a situation. Healthy suggestions are here.
Lack of toilet paper will be the least of your worries. Consider how you would manage without a toilet that won’t flush. Get a bucket with a lid, and a shovel. Consider having two concrete slabs, to dig a pit latrine. (How would you provide privacy?). Having a composting toilet would be the best option.
Store disposable dinnerware and cutlery. You can’t wash dishes without water. Have extra plastic bags for garbage.
Sell your house now while you can, and rent if you have to stay for a job. A city without water is no city. Vegas is doomed, even without an earthquake.
- Sit down and work out where else you would like to live, while you have the time to think. Have a bugout plan. Study the roads now. Work out a road to get out on, that is less frequented. Going a longer way may be safer than following the lemmings on the main highways.
Store cash. If Hoover Dam goes, there may be rolling blackouts, and debit cards may not work when you need them to.
- Consider moving now. It doesn’t make sense for millions of people to live in the desert, especially during a major drought for which there is no end in sight. Vegas is doomed, even without an earthquake. There are only a limited number of U-Haul trucks.
- Research this situation.
- Think outside the box. Don’t be a lemming. Be proactive, not reactive.
- Pray for guidance.
- Tell your friends about this situation. Please tell others about this article.
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