A great success is taking place which could delay or prevent a disaster for the Southwest
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DANCENANNA 
Today might have been the heaviest rainfall along the Colorado River since this year's monsoon season began.

What's the significance of all that rainfall? It comes after this news story appeared yesterday.

"Data from the Bureau of Reclamation shows Lake Mead’s stage near the Hoover Dam has recovered by about a foot since dropping to a low of around 1,040 feet in mid-July."

https://www.foxweather.com/lifestyle/lak...an-remains

The rain fell along most parts of the river with the largest portion falling in Colorado which should be helpful for Lake Powell.
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"Most of the Southwest has received more than double its normal amount of rain since June, according to the latest US Drought Monitor."

https://news.bloomberglaw.com/environmen...t-monsoons

To be sure, reporter poohpoohs this highly positive news. The article can't help itself but to plug a "'historically unprecedented' drought driven by climate change." Every article about any drought these days has the "climate change" mantra front and center. It's part of the agenda.
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According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal (it's behind a paywall):
"The wettest Las Vegas Valley monsoon season in a decade likely isn’t the only reason behind it, but Lake Mead has risen just over 18 inches during recent area rainfall....

"Lake Mead water levels increased after a series of monsoonal rain showers
The rise of 1.58 feet is also the only rise during the summer in at least three years. During summer months the lake level typically declines a foot or two."

https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/loca...n-2623130/

This year's drop had been much sharper since March.
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Keep up the great work WBM! Cheer
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We had rivers running dry in our state, and starting to wonder what was going to happen.  Then a real flooding event happened and filled them all back up.  It's been a few years, but nature does happen to take care of itself despite us or itself, whichever applies.  But it won't last forever.
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(08-16-2022, 12:29 AM)counterintelligence Wrote: We had rivers running dry in our state, and starting to wonder what was going to happen.  Then a real flooding event happened and filled them all back up.  It's been a few years, but nature does happen to take care of itself despite us or itself, whichever applies.  But it won't last forever.

Yes, nature is the one that takes care of itself - when it is able to do so. It's just been harder and harder for nature to do that in recent years due to the input of increasingly more massive amounts of repeating EMFs.

Ever since a Handful of Heroes set out to rebalance the EMFs, the rain has been falling once again at twice the average or more. We don't make it rain. Mother Nature does that.
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(08-15-2022, 11:21 PM)TruthSeeker17 Wrote: Keep up the great work WBM! Cheer

Cheers Thank you, TruthSeeker! You're invited to join us in our wacky adventure.  Dj ;-)
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Hip! Hip! Hooray! Southwestern Texas has finally gotten some monsoon rains today! The rain is expected to continue into the evening.
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The Southwest monsoon rains continued to fall today along the Colorado River which is surely adding to the 19-inch increase this season after rapidly falling nearly 16 feet earlier this year. This is the first time this year that the level of Lake Mead has risen.

Ryan Hall pointed out in a recent video of his that it's the most monsoon rainfall for the region in 10 years. Records indicate that some locales have gotten 3 to 5 times as much monsoon rain this season compared to the average monsoon rainfall. As good as this much needed rain has been, there is still a month and a half before the rainy season ends. Predictions for the next week or two indicate that more rain is coming to further increase the totals!

This is a cause for a celebration and a redoubling of efforts to help make it continue and expand to places like Texas which has suffered horribly.

This is a forum for fringe topics for which I am grateful. You're reading one of those fringe topics right now.  Back on June 22nd in a much larger forum you're all familiar with, I promised we would bring a much greater level of rain* to the Colorado River to start a long slow process of reversing a dire situation for which it looked like there would be no satisfactory answer.

The promise is coming true. It has rained 55 out of 56 days along the Colorado since that promise was made. The forecast was the ultimate in fringy predictions. What were the odds of it coming true? I would offer that the real odds were 100% because I wasn't guessing.

Long before the forecast, I had dramatically altered cloud formations above me perhaps 100 times. Never did it fail. Not once. So I liked the odds of the effects on the Colorado River coming true.

At the same time, I fully understand the disbelief you might have. If I were in your shoes, I'd be a disbeliever, too. The good news is that the disbelief doesn't change the results even if the number of disbelievers were in the neighborhood of nearly eight billion people. These positive effects have been achieved despite the increasing amount of 5G activation and all the rest, particularly during school closings and lockdowns. It's a lot to overcome with a million cell masts and 300,000 cell towers in the US alone. An example outside the US is Naples, Italy, Europe's 5G leader. The nearby Po River which is so important to commerce and agriculture is in dire straits.

In other words, more help is needed. Won't you join us? You'll be so happy you did!

*We haven't altered the weather; we have restored to some extent the natural fractal EMFs in the sky, thereby allowing Mother Nature to do what it does best.
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Lake Mead is now 27 inches higher than its low point from three weeks ago. Only once during the last two monsoon seasons did any rainfall add appreciable inches to the lake. That small bump raised the lake 3.6 inches in early Sept ember 0f 2020.

Even more rain is predicted for the next couple of days or longer.
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