FIRES and Utilities Using Satellite Technology “in time” for 2019 Fire Season and Mind-warfare Combined

FIRES and Utilities 
Using Satellite Technology “in time” for 2019 Fire Season 
and 
Mind-warfare Combined

Yes, IN TIME indeed, IN TIME to start fires by satellite with this absurd cover story.

How much longer will people believe in this New NORMAL OF CLIMATE CHANGE

 

vs

 

the FACTS that Climate Change is Weather Weapons?
INSIDER COMMENT

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FIRE a BIG BUSINESS at HIGH COST Firefighters’ blood, urine had high levels of mercury, other toxins after Sonoma County’s Tubbs FIRE Intentional Consequences of weather weapons used for FIRE

Firefighters’ blood, urine had high levels of mercury, other toxins after Sonoma County’s Tubbs fire

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List of Fires Statewide – they are non-stop and in mostly rural areas 24/7

https://fire.ca.gov/incidents/

This map provides locations of major emergency incidents in California. Locations are approximate. Some incidents on the map are not in the jurisdiction of CAL FIRE and are under the command of another local or federal fire agency. Information is updated as timely as possible, but may not reflect real-time conditions.

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California wildfire rips through nuclear waste site, fueling airborne toxin risk concerns – November 14, 2018

https://www.rt.com/usa/443903-wildfire-toxic-nuclear-site/?fbclid=IwAR2BxHqzIXDK5GL4o_qoJmD1dkujC-WjSlGcKmzj8CnD4bQLgK8l-7vl5dc

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California wildfire rips through nuclear waste site, fueling airborne toxin risk concerns

California wildfire rips through nuclear waste site, fueling airborne toxin risk concerns
The Woolsey fire that engulfed over 90,000 acres in California last weekend may have spread toxic and radioactive substances from a Superfund site, according to activists who believe authorities might be downplaying the risks.

The fire passed through the Santa Susana Field Lab (SSFL), a federal Superfund site in the Simi Hills that was the site of the worst nuclear meltdown in US history in 1959. While the California Department of Toxic Substances Control said there was no reason to be concerned of “any risks other than those normally present in a wildfire situation,” locals aren’t so sure, pointing out that the agency has dragged its feet in cleaning up toxic sites and accusing it of a possible cover-up.

 

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Effect of Climate Change on Water Supplies

Effect of Climate Change on Water Supplies

Climate Change is projected to reduce water supplies mostly in the southwestern, central and southeastern regions of the United States. Today 10 percent of counties are at high or extreme risk of water shortages, and in 2050 that proportion of at-risk counties will grow to 32 percent. Projections assume an increase in greenhouse gas emissions through 2050 and a slow decline after.

 

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WINDOW “FIRE” WARNING: Low E Energy Windows a “HIDDEN” WORLDWIDE FIRE PLAN . . .

https://www.wral.com/-the-next-asbestos-scientist-says-low-e-windows-cause-dangerous-reflection/17553558/

5 ON YOUR SIDE – TV REPORTING

‘THE NEXT ASBESTOS’: SCIENTIST SAYS LOW-E WINDOWS CAUSE DANGEROUS REFLECTION

POSTED MAY 14, 2018  UPDATED JULY 13, 2018

RALEIGH, N.C. — THEY’RE REFLECTIONS FROM A WINDOW STRONG ENOUGH TO MELT SIDING ON HOMES AND EVEN START FIRES.

IT’S AN ISSUE WITH ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOWS THAT 5 ON YOUR SIDE HAS INVESTIGATED FOR YEARS. NOW, A FORENSIC SCIENTIST HAS REACHED OUT TO MONICA LALIBERTE WITH CONCERNS.

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WATER CONFLICTS in FAMILIES – Why are we still conserving water? – The San Diego Union-Tribune

https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/mediate-this/sd-me-mediatethis0303-story.html

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The National Conflict Resolution Center handles many disputes involving minor family tensions that escalate into major sources of friction. We explore this category today with an example of a couple locked in disagreement over water conservation practices. Partner A, who grudgingly agreed to curtail water usage during the drought, believes the current onslaught of rain is a license to take long showers and run the tap while brushing teeth. Partner B, who is deeply committed to environmental sustainability, sees no reason to backslide into wasteful habits.

Like most domestic standoffs, this was prompted by a “presenting issue” (an argument over water conservation), but it involves more complex challenges of handling 24/7 diverging views and clashing priorities.

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