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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1969 View Post
    You know I proudly wear a titanium hat!
    Think deeper.
    That article quotes elderly farmers who've never seen anything like this before..
    What changed in the status quo?
    The climate as they would have you believe or..
    Or something more sinister like my hat is thinking.

    Think back through history (if you bothered to read it!) about the many powerful dictators who rose to power by whatever means they had.. I could name a whole bunch!

    What of a modern dictator or more likely a enclave of them who are hell-bent on reducing the population and controlling everything, figured out a way or three to flood out the great plains on purpose!

    Think...think, millions of fracking wells pumping millions of gallons of carcinogenic chemical weapons disguised as cooling fluid for the drills being pumped into the ground.
    Doesn't matter how deep you put that water, it'll find it's way back up.
    Everything in nature takes the path of the least resistance!!

    Now..there is a whopping 71.7% chance that is at least somewhat true.

    My math is correct.

    ..
    Levee's. Dikes. Dredged channels. Concrete walls. Dams.....

    Water as always (even pre-human) seeks it's own level.

    When feeble human ants try to control water it is based on human logic , and on flood levels of short historic time period.

    More than one well engineered/controlled river has ignored mans will.
    Delta regions have rich deposits of sediment from.....flooding. Historic flooding from beyond those flood levels (hundred year high is one used to set up for failure) in places a river may not even flood any more. Rivers do move main channels about overtime.

    "new"/young rivers run a fairly straight course depending on topography. That factors in mainsteam volume and speed and flooding potential.
    Many corps of engineers would have a river run straight...

    As a river ages it begins to meander. And when old a river can have all kinds of interesting oxbows , tremendous turns and loops...
    Which is just nature doing her thing.
    Add a tremendous occasional input of water volume and it will be the water , not the river that decides where water goes.

    Don't build a home in a delta. But humans do. Again it is a rich growing region. And where does a delta end? Based on what data?

    Flooding and fire brings change to nature. Where humans are not fighting it (often as "victims") , flooding and fire , even volcano's add a chance of new life through changes or even creation of soil. And where soil exists , enrich that soil.

    For thousands of years in your and my state natives traveled along river delta's and riverine areas. Due to the rich flora and fauna made possible by .....Water.
    Water seeking it's own level.
    Obviously the natives did not sleep in flood waters. Did they know something we don't? Or did they rather act logically around potential flood zones?
    There remain mounds they created along the river near me.
    A river that modern man has tried to tame with dams and it does still have high water in the spring.
    And has flooded out homes despite human "control" time and again after failure.
    Yet those mounds still exist...
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    Quote Originally Posted by worldtalker View Post
    Never EVER go on what you feel Mike..Example..What you feel today is NOT what you will feel tomorrow,NEVER base anything on what you FEEL your soul is NOT a FEELING.
    Gardening is simple as 1 2 3..feed,water,weed.
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    Hat's off to you gardeners, we had a massive garden when I was a boy, and it was a lot of work, just to supplement our family of 5s diet.
    It takes a lot more than seeds,......fertilizers, pesticides, mulch, soil that needs yearly attention, plus daily labor with the knowledge of what you are doing. If you screw up now, no big deal, screw up when the grocery stores are closed, and you go hungry.
    Not to mention guarding your crops against hungry people, and animals.
    It is a noble idea, and good luck to every one that tries it, but don't just stick some seeds in an ammo can, and think you will be fine. Start now, and get some experience. GL.
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    It's all small stuff.

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    I will put in a small garden this year, however, there are all sorts of tasty critters outside. Wait. Going to grocery store. Never mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    I will put in a small garden this year, however, there are all sorts of tasty critters outside. Wait. Going to grocery store. Never mind.
    I don't know much about gardening, but I know a bit about canines.
    Ask a friend or co-worker who has a pure bred short hair German Shepherd and ask them to save in a paper bag the hair they brush out of the dog.
    The Shepherds have predator oils on their skin and hair. Sprinkle that hair around ANY garden and no rabbits or anything else that wants to eat your plants, will come anywhere near that scent!

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by releventchair View Post
    Levee's. Dikes. Dredged channels. Concrete walls. Dams.....

    Water as always (even pre-human) seeks it's own level.

    When feeble human ants try to control water it is based on human logic , and on flood levels of short historic time period.

    More than one well engineered/controlled river has ignored mans will.
    Delta regions have rich deposits of sediment from.....flooding. Historic flooding from beyond those flood levels (hundred year high is one used to set up for failure) in places a river may not even flood any more. Rivers do move main channels about overtime.

    "new"/young rivers run a fairly straight course depending on topography. That factors in mainsteam volume and speed and flooding potential.
    Many corps of engineers would have a river run straight...

    As a river ages it begins to meander. And when old a river can have all kinds of interesting oxbows , tremendous turns and loops...
    Which is just nature doing her thing.
    Add a tremendous occasional input of water volume and it will be the water , not the river that decides where water goes.

    Don't build a home in a delta. But humans do. Again it is a rich growing region. And where does a delta end? Based on what data?

    Flooding and fire brings change to nature. Where humans are not fighting it (often as "victims") , flooding and fire , even volcano's add a chance of new life through changes or even creation of soil. And where soil exists , enrich that soil.

    For thousands of years in your and my state natives traveled along river delta's and riverine areas. Due to the rich flora and fauna made possible by .....Water.
    Water seeking it's own level.
    Obviously the natives did not sleep in flood waters. Did they know something we don't? Or did they rather act logically around potential flood zones?
    There remain mounds they created along the river near me.
    A river that modern man has tried to tame with dams and it does still have high water in the spring.
    And has flooded out homes despite human "control" time and again after failure.
    Yet those mounds still exist...
    Man... remind me to hang out with you sometime. I love knowledgeable people.
    I love people who are full of BS too..as long as it's good BS lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1969 View Post
    Man... remind me to hang out with you sometime. I love knowledgeable people.
    I love people who are full of BS too..as long as it's good BS lol
    My B.S. is better than my knowledge.
    Unless that's what you're alluding to...

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    Quote Originally Posted by worldtalker View Post
    Processed foods should have a warning label..

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    prescription drugs should all have that icon on them. will i live to see the day ? an aquaintance was telling me not too long ago the pharmacy would'nt refill his blood pressure medication because ? WAIT FOR IT ? because it contained fillers from foreign countries that were known to have (contaminants). CAN YOU BELEIVE THAT ? OMG appauling isnt it ?

 

 
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