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Great video sumisu, right on on all points,

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wow_happens28   Friday, 02/15/19 04:57:14 PM
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Great video sumisu, right on on all points, IMO. A crisis of some kind, natural or engineered could set off a bad chain reaction of the food supply. I have been watching the 4 Corners drought. Lake Powell is now lower than it was at the worst of the drought ending 5 years ago, 2014. It feeds Lake Mead and that could affect the water supply of Southern Cal, Vegas, parts of Az and more. A lot of rain moving into norther Cal this week, but maybe not much relief for the 4 Corners.

https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Maps/CompareTwoWeeks.aspx


If Lake Mead drops off as fast as in 2014..... crisis.
http://mead.uslakes.info/level.asp


The Lake Powell link is not working today and it does not show 2014 anyway. Take my word, it is a couple of feet lower than its' bottom in 2014 and a couple mopre months to go to hit the normal bottom date.
http://graphs.water-data.com/lakepowell/

The world,, you might have to to slide the bar to get it to January 20, 2019>>>>>
http://spei.csic.es/map/maps.html#months=1#month=0#year=2019

Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away--Wows happen!!!
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