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The Colorado River, the High Plains aquifer and the entire Western half of the U.S. are rapidly drying up

Posted on May 25, 2013by The Extinction Protocol

May 25, 2013 – COLORADO - What is life going to look like as our precious water resources become increasingly strained and the western half of the United States becomes bone dry? Scientists tell us that the 20th century was the wettest century in the western half of the country in 1000 years, and now things appear to be reverting to their normal historical patterns. But we have built teeming cities in the desert such as Phoenix and Las Vegas that support millions of people. Cities all over the Southwest continue to grow even as the Colorado River, Lake Mead and the High Plains Aquifer system run dry. So what are we going to do when there isn’t enough water to irrigate our crops or run through our water systems? Already we are seeing some ominous signs that Dust Bowl conditions are starting to return to the region. In the past couple of years we have seen giant dust storms known as “haboobs” roll through Phoenix, and 6 of the 10 worst years for wildfires ever recorded in the United States have all come since the year 2000. In fact, according to the Los Angeles Times, “the average number of fires larger than 1,000 acres in a year has nearly quadrupled in Arizona and Idaho and has doubled in every other Western state” since the 1970s. But scientists are warning that they expect the western United States to become much drier than it is now. What will the western half of the country look like once that happens? In a recent National Geographic article contained the following chilling statement…The wet 20th century, the wettest of the past millennium, the century when Americans built an incredible civilization in the desert, is over. Much of the western half of the country has historically been a desolate wasteland. We were very blessed to enjoy very wet conditions for most of the last century, but now that era appears to be over. To compensate, we are putting a tremendous burden on our fresh water resources. In particular, the Colorado River is becoming increasingly strained.

Dust in the wind: Building unsustainable mega-cities in the western U.S., where water supplies were already scarce and now rapidly dwindling, just as demand is growing may be one of the greatest ecological blunders of the 20th century.

Ecosystem crash: Without the Colorado River, many of our largest cities simply would not be able to function. The following is from a recent Stratfor article: “The Colorado River provides water for irrigation of roughly 15 percent of the crops in the United States, including vegetables, fruits, cotton, alfalfa and hay. It also provides municipal water supplies for large cities, such as Phoenix, Tucson, Los Angeles, San Diego and Las Vegas, accounting for more than half of the water supply in many of these areas.” In particular, water levels in Lake Mead (which supplies most of the water for Las Vegas) have fallen dramatically over the past decade or so. The following is an excerpt from an article posted on Smithsonian: “And boaters still roar across Nevada and Arizona’s Lake Mead, 110 miles long and formed by the Hoover Dam. But at the lake’s edge they can see lines in the rock walls, distinct as bathtub rings, showing the water level far lower than it once was—some 130 feet lower, as it happens, since 2000. Water resource officials say some of the reservoirs fed by the river will never be full again.” Today, Lake Mead supplies approximately 85 percent of the water that Las Vegas uses, and since 1998 the water level in Lake Mead has dropped by about 5.6 trillion gallons. -TECB [link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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spain do the same transfearing whater from north rivers to the dry south... and sometimes they don't respect the critical minimum of transfearing to Portugal
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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I'm fairly certain that Canada will not share no matter the price. Water is precious.
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Dont forget the Bush family bought the LARGEST KNOWN AQUIFER IN THE WORLD!

The current internet chatter distracting our brave and freedom loving American citizens from action to return our stolen Constitutional rights is the fact that Herr Bush has currently purchased 99,000 acres in Paraguay. Unfortunately, even most of those that know some of the truths regarding our government's abuses of power believe posting on the internet is activism. It seems there is no real action until our citizens have conc rns about their immediate comforts. This purchase by Heir Bush shows that American comforts are in for a big surprise.

Most economists will tell you oil is the key to great financial wealth. A few others will tell you that gold is the only commodity one needs to purchase. Herr Bush knows that very shortly there is only one real commodity that will soar in price and has proven it with his Paraguay purchase. Herr Bush's ranch sits on top of the Guarani Aquifer System. The Guarani Aquifer system is the largest fresh water system in South America. It may be the largest safe aquifer in the world - the worlds largest - the Ogallala aquifer of the Great Plains is currently being drained.
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Repent oh mighty America, return to Him in which your foundation was built upon. Sadly, man will think he has the answer.
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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That's bad my friend... maby too acid whater you are drinking. I resolve this drinking whater with at least Ph 9...
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Alarming.

I saw this in a special report a few days ago. 40 million people depend on the Colorado river and it is in danger of drying up. The once great river is flat being over used. By the time it reaches the Mexican border it is barely a trickle now.

This will not end well.

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is gonna be hard dry in the next 1000 years.
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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Sounds like you might have the 'beetus.

Also sounds like that Global Warming melting all that fresh water at the top of the world is going to save us all! 5a
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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no. fuck off
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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hey tard get your blood sugar checked by a doctor , extreme thirst is an early sign of diabetes
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Lmao.. Dude were keeping our thx, funny how that was your first thought rather than desalination ?? Use your brain
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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no. fuck off
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your country is just a big ole warehouse of resources that we will take whenever we like . not like you have the means too stop us
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The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Repent oh mighty America, return to Him in which your foundation was built upon. Sadly, man will think he has the answer.
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it was founded by Masons who worship Lucifer
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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hey tard get your blood sugar checked by a doctor , extreme thirst is an early sign of diabetes
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yes it can be!
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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Probably Fukushima. Do things that eliminate that poison and protect you from it too. GL
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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no. fuck off
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Of course it is. Use the Rocky Mountain Trench as a reservoir and Thorium reactors as electric pumping stations. Pay for it with 100 year zero interest credit issued by the treasury.
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Lack of fresh water is going to be the most dire problem.
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Good topic Luis, pinned it for you rose
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
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Me to.

I am always parched. I am drinking around a gallon a day and still go to bed wishing I had brushed earlier so I could guzzle more water right before I lay down.

Allergies are a million times worse too.

Had to treat the dogs dry skin with fish oil after he started bleeding when I brushed him. Saw the dandruff, but it wasn't till after the brushing that I looked at the skin and could see where it broke open from the brush.
Can't seem to keep him out of the water either.

Something is definitely off here in Utah recently. I feel it. Kind of like a storm coming in, you know the feeling when it's going to be a big one and you need to bring in everything, clean up, close doors and secure all your lawn items by folding them or stashing them in protected corners. Not scary or anxious, just a need to get it done. Then when it hits you sit on the porch and experience the sound, smell and feel of the storm before you retreat to the kitchen to warm up some soup or a drink and curl up with a good book to wait it out so you can see the damage before bed.
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It is realisticly possible divert water from rivers in Canada to the American southwest.
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no. fuck off
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your country is just a big ole warehouse of resources that we will take whenever we like . not like you have the means too stop us
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'funny how people wonder why things like 911 happen, or the boston massacre , and whatever else usa has to look forward too...

now for those who are "awake" you of course know who is really behind those events i just mentioned.

but the poster who made the comment i highlighted, is a classic example of the "ignorant american public" who think "they" are entitled to whatever they wish, by ONLY THE USE OF FORCE.

lol no doubt a christian , also.

see where im getting at here.........lol


anyways
the string pullers know this is the type of reaction they look for from those types.

hence the reason why "terrorism" is sweeping the nation now...

they are taking advantage of the reactions of the ignorant masses that plague the USA, and elsewhere in the world of course.
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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
 Quoting: ElectricKoolaid


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Okay, now this thread grabbed me. Big time.

In the last 6 months I have noticed something here in Utah that I haven't really talked about much (because people don't listen any more, they just treat you like you're retarded). I have noticed that during this period I haven't been able to stay hydrated whatsoever. I can drink and drink and drink water, but within a couple of hours I'm back to dehydration. I've never had this problem before in my life - ever. I've always been a big water drinker. I'm going through a divorce and notice that our pets are also having skin (dryness) issues, all kinds of varying sinus issues (which came on suddenly in the last 6 months), and a general lack of energy/health.

Secondly, I've noticed that nearly everyone I talk to on a daily basis is somehow "just not feeling well" or agitated. They either sleep too little or too much. They eat too little or too much. They constantly feel "not right", but they can't quite put their finger on the why...I even tried to read some of that thread yesterday out loud to my ex-wife about solar storms (etc.) and the expanding human consciousness...she wasn't having it. Nobody usually is.

Anyway, there's a lot more to it than just all this, but seriously...there's a major drying-out happening. A huge shift in weather appointments and climate appointments. It's going to get worse before it's better, I fear.
 Quoting: ElectricKoolaid


Me to.

I am always parched. I am drinking around a gallon a day and still go to bed wishing I had brushed earlier so I could guzzle more water right before I lay down.

Allergies are a million times worse too.

Had to treat the dogs dry skin with fish oil after he started bleeding when I brushed him. Saw the dandruff, but it wasn't till after the brushing that I looked at the skin and could see where it broke open from the brush.
Can't seem to keep him out of the water either.

Something is definitely off here in Utah recently. I feel it. Kind of like a storm coming in, you know the feeling when it's going to be a big one and you need to bring in everything, clean up, close doors and secure all your lawn items by folding them or stashing them in protected corners. Not scary or anxious, just a need to get it done. Then when it hits you sit on the porch and experience the sound, smell and feel of the storm before you retreat to the kitchen to warm up some soup or a drink and curl up with a good book to wait it out so you can see the damage before bed.
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too acidic whater!
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The answer is "primary water".

In fact, the answer for water problems around the world right now is "primary water".

[link to bloomthedesert.com]

The gist of it is that water is formed by geological process in the earth, where pressure and temperature changes bond hydrogen and oxygen together, into H2O.

We're not talking a trickle here, some theorists say billions of gallons of water are being formed by the geological process, enough being formed to supply the world until, well, until the geological processes stop (which means TEOTAWKI any way), if the theories prove true.

There have already been initiatives by desert communities to retrieve some of this primary water, but they've barely scratched the surface of what is possible.
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kadaffy of libya built an extensive underground irigation system and turned libya a desert , into a tropical paradise
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Re: The Colorado River, the High Plains aquifer and the entire Western half of the U.S. are rapidly drying up!!!
Alarming.

I saw this in a special report a few days ago. 40 million people depend on the Colorado river and it is in danger of drying up. The once great river is flat being over used. By the time it reaches the Mexican border it is barely a trickle now.

This will not end well.
 Quoting: Damrod


I watched a show on this years ago. Number one threat was water. They did say water will be worth more then gold. We are in danger of running out of water?





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