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There is a new 40-foot wide stream next to the Oroville main spillway!

 
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There is a new 40-foot wide stream next to the Oroville main spillway!
It starts at the :32 second mark of the video at the link.

On your screen it appears on your left hand side. It looks like a long indenture that runs up to where the spillway is damaged.

It might not look like much, but the same stream was about 10 feet wide a week ago and maybe 20 feet wide up until about two days ago. It's at least 40 feet wide at the river.

It's pulling a lot of earth down, so it looks more brown than white and exits into the Feather River about 200 feet to your left of the spillway.

Will it be 80 feet wide tomorrow?

Will it suddenly pull down a large mass of earth? How would that affect the spillway itself?

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You mean the spillway is BS and about to fail and be washed away. I agree.

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Compare this photo before the crack up. Enlarge it to get a good view.

You'll notice there is no divot winding its way down the side of the hill. The divot is irregular as you would expect from a stream.

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I guess the powers that be want them all to Die.
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Great job OP

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Great job OP

[link to m.imgur.com]
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Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself. The new stream runs about halfway up the main spillway. It's source of water starts where the top plume of water is seen.

Last Edited by Booger Cancer on 02/25/2017 09:20 PM
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Great job OP

[link to m.imgur.com]
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Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Oh sorry! So how is water getting now to the channel circled if the lake is below 850?
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Great job OP

[link to m.imgur.com]
 Quoting: rachel3108



Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Oh sorry! So how is water getting now to the channel circled if the lake is below 850?
 Quoting: rachel3108


The channel highlighted in the photo is a different channel. The emergency spillway is the one that overflows if the water goes over 900 feet or so.

The main spillway is that ribbon of white water in the center part of the photo. It's from that spillway that the new channel appears.
Yes, I did cure my Stage 4 cancer in two weeks when I was 48. I also reversed my chronic kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) when I was 25. In neither case were any medical treatments involved.
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WRONG!!!!...this photo is old...that was old damage from when the Emergency Spillway overflow. This is still a problem when it overflows again...however, this is old news man...should have stayed with geo's thread.
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Great job OP

[link to m.imgur.com]
 Quoting: rachel3108



Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Oh sorry! So how is water getting now to the channel circled if the lake is below 850?
 Quoting: rachel3108


The channel highlighted in the photo is a different channel. The emergency spillway is the one that overflows if the water goes over 900 feet or so.

The main spillway is that ribbon of white water in the center part of the photo. It's from that spillway that the new channel appears.
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OP, this photo is not from yesterday. The MS is nearly destroyed now. This photo shows an intact MS.
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Where are these pictures coming from that say new???....part of the "fake" news campaign...this is a real photo...and it is bad damage...but this is as new as trump becoming president.
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I wonder why they don't have that mini-dam under the spillway in the river removed yet.

It seems to me that would be a top priority.
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Great job OP

[link to m.imgur.com]
 Quoting: rachel3108



Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Oh sorry! So how is water getting now to the channel circled if the lake is below 850?
 Quoting: rachel3108


The channel highlighted in the photo is a different channel. The emergency spillway is the one that overflows if the water goes over 900 feet or so.

The main spillway is that ribbon of white water in the center part of the photo. It's from that spillway that the new channel appears.
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Ok but the pic says 2/24 and the ES overflowed 2/11 so how is it still flowing if the ES was the source
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WRONG!!!!...this photo is old...that was old damage from when the Emergency Spillway overflow. This is still a problem when it overflows again...however, this is old news man...should have stayed with geo's thread.
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You're probably looking at the wrong channel. It's not the channel created by the ES early on.

The new channel is presently smaller based on the width of the MS, the bottom of the new channel sits about 200 feet to your left as you look at the photo.
Yes, I did cure my Stage 4 cancer in two weeks when I was 48. I also reversed my chronic kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) when I was 25. In neither case were any medical treatments involved.
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Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Oh sorry! So how is water getting now to the channel circled if the lake is below 850?
 Quoting: rachel3108


The channel highlighted in the photo is a different channel. The emergency spillway is the one that overflows if the water goes over 900 feet or so.

The main spillway is that ribbon of white water in the center part of the photo. It's from that spillway that the new channel appears.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Ok but the pic says 2/24 and the ES overflowed 2/11 so how is it still flowing if the ES was the source
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You're still mixing up the ES with the MS. The MS is pouring out water in a 200 foot wide white ribbon. That is where the new stream is coming from - NOT the ES.
Yes, I did cure my Stage 4 cancer in two weeks when I was 48. I also reversed my chronic kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) when I was 25. In neither case were any medical treatments involved.
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WRONG!!!!...this photo is old...that was old damage from when the Emergency Spillway overflow. This is still a problem when it overflows again...however, this is old news man...should have stayed with geo's thread.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74183185


You're probably looking at the wrong channel. It's not the channel created by the ES early on.

The new channel is presently smaller based on the width of the MS, the bottom of the new channel sits about 200 feet to your left as you look at the photo.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


yes we have known about this channel for at least 6 days now...this photo that says the 24th is not the correct date.
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Thank you.

Your image highlights the channel made by the emergency spillway.

The new one is smaller (at present) and in between the circle and the spillway itself.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Oh sorry! So how is water getting now to the channel circled if the lake is below 850?
 Quoting: rachel3108


The channel highlighted in the photo is a different channel. The emergency spillway is the one that overflows if the water goes over 900 feet or so.

The main spillway is that ribbon of white water in the center part of the photo. It's from that spillway that the new channel appears.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


OP, this photo is not from yesterday. The MS is nearly destroyed now. This photo shows an intact MS.
 Quoting: LJM77


I'm well aware of that. The second photo I linked to is the spillway before the accident took place so that you could see the true "before" image and compare it with the first photo that reveals the stream.
Yes, I did cure my Stage 4 cancer in two weeks when I was 48. I also reversed my chronic kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) when I was 25. In neither case were any medical treatments involved.
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WRONG!!!!...this photo is old...that was old damage from when the Emergency Spillway overflow. This is still a problem when it overflows again...however, this is old news man...should have stayed with geo's thread.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74183185


You're probably looking at the wrong channel. It's not the channel created by the ES early on.

The new channel is presently smaller based on the width of the MS, the bottom of the new channel sits about 200 feet to your left as you look at the photo.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


yes we have known about this channel for at least 6 days now...this photo that says the 24th is not the correct date.
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I've been talking about it for a week. It was much smaller then and has been ignored. The width of the stream continues to grow!
Yes, I did cure my Stage 4 cancer in two weeks when I was 48. I also reversed my chronic kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) when I was 25. In neither case were any medical treatments involved.
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WRONG!!!!...this photo is old...that was old damage from when the Emergency Spillway overflow. This is still a problem when it overflows again...however, this is old news man...should have stayed with geo's thread.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74183185


You're probably looking at the wrong channel. It's not the channel created by the ES early on.

The new channel is presently smaller based on the width of the MS, the bottom of the new channel sits about 200 feet to your left as you look at the photo.
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


yes we have known about this channel for at least 6 days now...this photo that says the 24th is not the correct date.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74183185


I've been talking about it for a week. It was much smaller then and has been ignored. The width of the stream continues to grow!
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


yes you're right ...unfortunately the whole mess is being ignored and people that think this is over...no it's not.
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I wonder why they don't have that mini-dam under the spillway in the river removed yet.

It seems to me that would be a top priority.
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Huh?
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Oh Shit
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Let's keep an eye on it to see if it grows larger and larger.

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Booger is this the flow you are looking at?

New breach (17 Feb) to the left of the MS coming from by/above the towers.

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Comparison in growth from the 16th to the 17th Feb, inset image is the 16th.

New flowsnip1

Snip from the Metabunk image, image rotated to the horizontal to fit upload dimensions, left side of the tower breach showing the course of the crack/flow.

Metabunk crack1

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Booger is this the flow you are looking at?

New breach (17 Feb) to the left of the MS coming from by/above the towers.

breach snip1

Comparison in growth from the 16th to the 17th Feb, inset image is the 16th.

New flowsnip1

Snip from the Metabunk image, image rotated to the horizontal to fit upload dimensions, left side of the tower breach showing the course of the crack/flow.

Metabunk crack1
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Exactly right! You've got a fantastic image of it.
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The DWR acting director, Bill Croyle, is not overly concerned about the stream because they are finding that the bedrock is strong under the main spillway.

"For his part, DWR acting director Bill Croyle now speaks with confidence about the ability of the main spillway to last through spring. But the agency wasn’t always so sure.

"After the crater formed in the lower third of the main spillway on Feb. 7, DWR closed the spillway gates to check the damage. A day later, engineers resumed the flow of water, but gingerly, conducting test runs at low volumes of water to see how the spillway would stand up. The tests sent tons of concrete and soil down the chute in a gush of water the color of chocolate milk. Water also flowed over the sides, eroding the spillway sidewall and carving into the hillsides.

"Within a day or so, DWR officials said the water was pouring out clear and that the erosion on the spillway itself seemed to be in check."

Read more here: [link to www.sacbee.com]

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It starts at the :32 second mark of the video at the link.

On your screen it appears on your left hand side. It looks like a long indenture that runs up to where the spillway is damaged.

It might not look like much, but the same stream was about 10 feet wide a week ago and maybe 20 feet wide up until about two days ago. It's at least 40 feet wide at the river.

It's pulling a lot of earth down, so it looks more brown than white and exits into the Feather River about 200 feet to your left of the spillway.

Will it be 80 feet wide tomorrow?

Will it suddenly pull down a large mass of earth? How would that affect the spillway itself?

[link to www.sacbee.com]
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Why are you posting such an old video?
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It starts at the :32 second mark of the video at the link.

On your screen it appears on your left hand side. It looks like a long indenture that runs up to where the spillway is damaged.

It might not look like much, but the same stream was about 10 feet wide a week ago and maybe 20 feet wide up until about two days ago. It's at least 40 feet wide at the river.

It's pulling a lot of earth down, so it looks more brown than white and exits into the Feather River about 200 feet to your left of the spillway.

Will it be 80 feet wide tomorrow?

Will it suddenly pull down a large mass of earth? How would that affect the spillway itself?

[link to www.sacbee.com]
 Quoting: Booger Cancer


Why are you posting such an old video?
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It wasn't an old video. It's a video of the damage over time which means it contains old and new video...as new as we seem to be able to get, that is.
Yes, I did cure my Stage 4 cancer in two weeks when I was 48. I also reversed my chronic kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) when I was 25. In neither case were any medical treatments involved.