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To: Doug R who wrote (5515)7/5/2022 12:41:53 PM
From: Doug R
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To: Doug R who wrote (5516)7/8/2022 3:04:43 PM
From: Woody
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Let me take you higher .. sort of. Cliff High and his thinking of a Threshold Event ... fwiw.

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To: Woody who wrote (5517)7/8/2022 3:10:44 PM
From: Doug R
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Jay Widener and Cliff High together?
Yeesh.
So Cliff gets his "payoff" when it happens eh?
And his skillz will be necessary.
oooookay.
2 weeks??...I can wait that long...easy.
Maybe he's just riffing cuz the Guidestones blowed up.
People would be receptive to hearing of an imminent threshold event since that.
The downfall of Johnson coupled with the assassination of Abe seems kinda "thresholdy".
Following events due to such things as thresholds being crossed often take a bit of time to play out, once through the door.
They can be identified after the fact...due to that time for processes to play out.
Hardly ever at the time. Gotta be really big for that.

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From: 3bar7/11/2022 7:54:30 AM
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This is small stuff compared to what your last post is promising but might be of interest . Quote from 2006 about the sun spot count .

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To: DinoNavarre who wrote (5512)7/18/2022 8:58:15 AM
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From: Woody7/20/2022 4:02:05 PM
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Did you see this post from Slider's thread? California tells well owners they now must pay for their own water.

No way in hell anyone should comply with this insane idea. It looks like the time has come for these two public looters ... I mean servants .. to receive a lead vacation to stop the spread of this disease. Just saying ....


Message #39524 from tntpal at 7/20/2022 2:31:25 PM

California tells well owners they now must pay for their own water

A source near San Diego has shared with California Globe a shocking letter that’s quietly being delivered to owners of private wells.

California is marching toward a world where those with wells on their own property will be required to put a meter on them and pay the government,” writes the source. “Because in their world, the government owns everything and we’re just renters.”

The letter is signed by Natalie Stork, the Chief of Groundwater Management Program Unit 1, and was sent in late July on the letterhead of California Water Boards, under the authority of Gov. Newsom and Jared Blumenfeld, Secretary for Environmental Protection. Buried beneath the bureaucratic acronyms GSA and SGMA (Groundwater Sustainability Agency and Sustainable Groundwater Management Act) is an extremely aggressive conception of government authority and its dominion over private property.

The letter reads, “Landowners whose property is within an unmanaged area and contains an operating ground water extraction well must report the volume of groundwater extracted from the well. The groundwater extraction volume must be reported as a monthly total. In addition to pumping volumes, reports must include the location of the well and the place and purpose of use of the groundwater. Groundwater extraction reports are not due to the state water board until February 1, 2023. However, if you are required to report, the report must include pumping volumes for each month between the date of receipt of this letter and September 30, 2022.”

This is not merely a bureaucratic hassle. There are fees, of course. The base filing fee is $300 per well, which all extractors are required to report. Then there’s an additional fee of $10 per acre foot with a meter, $25 per acre foot without. Tardy filers face a late fee of 25% per month.

Cal EPA Asserts Shockingly Broad Domain Over Private Property - California Globe


https://californiaglobe.com/fl/cal-epa-asserts-shockingly-broad-domain-over-private-property/

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To: Woody who wrote (5521)7/21/2022 12:35:32 PM
From: Doug R
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California is the next Sri Lanka, apparently.

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From: Doug R7/22/2022 9:11:19 AM
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The things that could get loosed....
Last time around it was megaliths and resource wars.
This time around, the cycle is getting closer to Mad Max meets Terminator.
Robots and drones....and resource war.
And the lunatics are running the asylum.


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To: Doug R who wrote (1535)7/23/2022 9:22:53 PM
From: Doug R
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Wind turbines and lightning -

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To: Doug R who wrote (4310)7/24/2022 12:59:13 PM
From: Doug R
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A "national climate emergency" declaration in the U.S. (and other countries) will click a lot of the creepiest components of the agenda into place.

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