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Underground water in Shasta County, California mysteriously disappears

 
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“Stephen Wolf thinks something strange is happening underground in eastern Shasta County and it is draining water wells and maybe even causing sinkholes and subsiding pavement.

A retired marine geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, Wolf said he has seen what is happening in eastern Shasta County before. After the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, water well levels in the area of the quake fell significantly, he said.

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Officials at the USGS said they are hesitant to draw a correlation between the quakes and the drop in the water level in Cassel.


The USGS is hesitant? No way...1rof11rof1..
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Re: Underground water in Shasta County, California mysteriously disappears
“Stephen Wolf thinks something strange is happening underground in eastern Shasta County and it is draining water wells and maybe even causing sinkholes and subsiding pavement.

A retired marine geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, Wolf said he has seen what is happening in eastern Shasta County before. After the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, water well levels in the area of the quake fell significantly, he said.

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Finally some interesting doom. I live west of Redding.
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A retired marine geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, Wolf said he has seen what is happening in eastern Shasta County before. After the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, water well levels in the area of the quake fell significantly, he said. 1rof1 where is the Doom in this thread?
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I can see Mt. Shasta from my office window right now....there have long been stories of underground facilities there. It's a very esoteric place.

Good post OP!
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I can see Mt. Shasta from my office window right now....there have long been stories of underground facilities there. It's a very esoteric place.

Good post OP!
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9teen Darn now I'm feeling homesick. I was brought up in Mt Shasta and Weed until I was ten.
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Re: Underground water in Shasta County, California mysteriously disappears
I can see Mt. Shasta from my office window right now....there have long been stories of underground facilities there. It's a very esoteric place.

Good post OP!
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9teen Darn now I'm feeling homesick. I was brought up in Mt Shasta and Weed until I was ten.
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Beautiful area. If there are underground Alien bases, I can see why they chose Mt. Shasta!
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Re: Underground water in Shasta County, California mysteriously disappears
I can see Mt. Shasta from my office window right now....there have long been stories of underground facilities there. It's a very esoteric place.

Good post OP!
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9teen Darn now I'm feeling homesick. I was brought up in Mt Shasta and Weed until I was ten.
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Me too, I miss Redding and my kids. Three of them live there. :-(
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Beautiful area. If there are underground Alien bases, I can see why they chose Mt. Shasta!
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7491t9 The whole area is filled with weirdos nowadays. I lived in the L.A. area for about 20 years so the Kern River Valley and the desert became my playground.
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Re: Underground water in Shasta County, California mysteriously disappears
Thanks for the heads up, almost never read the local paper. I'm not that far from Lassen Park, about 20 mi. from the entrance on the Shingletown side/S.East side. Cassel is more then 50 mi. N. of Lassen Park.

No changes reported to Lakes or wells in the Shingletown area, so far.

We had record high snow pack last yr and more then enough rain to fill all the Lakes. Even Shasta Lake was still full by the end of last summer.

Warmest winter ever here, and much less then normal snowfall for this area. But we are getting lots of rain, instead..so the water tables are not low.

Have not felt any earth shaking quakes, but I am picking up a lot of vibration in my feet and legs, today.

And I am hearing about more folks having balance problems in Shingletown and the Redding area almost every day. Also a multitude of Migraine headaches since Jan.





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