Oroville Dam – How’s that snow melt in the Sierras?

4 07 2017

We don’t know how the dam is doing since the Live Data page has been konked out for days. <<< UPDATE (7-12) It is back on line ….

They look busy on the LIVE CAM but with all the tearing up it looks like they won’t be able to handle a big out-rush of water.


This dam, south of Sacramento is releasing water full blast –

LINK –  https://youtu.be/ov0_RDoCu10

Susan Wolding – Dams of California are they ready? July 2017 Shocking!!! NEW!!!

LINK –  https://youtu.be/pwrp73MtRtY


LINK –  https://youtu.be/BCjuDTbMDtA

10th annual Orange County Water Summit

LINK –  https://youtu.be/PZv_IB_XpYU

We still want to know where all the snow melt in the High Sierras is going to go.

Additional in the COMMENTS  ▼

Watching Sierra Snow Melt (Oroville Dam Threat) – Weird Cold Snap

12 06 2017

The Watchers Rare, winter-like June storm hits Northern California

A rare, winter-like June storm hit Northern California early Sunday afternoon, June 11, 2017, bringing sharp temperatures drop, heavy rain, hail, frequent lightning, and even snow in some higher elevations. The weather is expected to clear up by Monday morning, but overnight low temperatures in Sierra could stay below freezing for as many as 2 to 3 more nights, NWS said. . . (more)

And over the weekend there was a mysterious drop on water inflow at the dam –


Stay Tuned …

Oroville Dam – Water Level Data Cut-Off

5 06 2017

Go figure . . .

Water Level Data

Vetitechc says the monitor is broken –

LINK –  https://youtu.be/U1u3XlokPhk

That nuke lab under the Oroville dam gets huge funding

29 05 2017

We reported earlier on the mystery nuke lab (particle physics out of Berkeley) under the Oroville dam and we keep adding onto our material. In the add-ons – we cannot get over this . . .

They have a  HUGE BUDGET  to operate that lab.

We doubt it’s just a blocked room to catch far flung beams for their experiments. Do those cost 266 million (a year!) to catch? This looks like black budget weapons research stuff or death ray stuff they do with these beams.  See what all we found at voat.co.


And operating this beam deal under the dam means everyone near it should be taking radiation precautions. Do the workers and repair crews even know they are getting exposed???

EPA handout“In the unlikely event that you are near a particle accelerator, obey all safety rules.”

Oroville Dam ALERT! Here Comes the Snow Melt! 9X More IN than OUT

28 05 2017

graphics soon….

INFLOW NOW 121.5k cfs  OUT: 13.5k cfs

outflow numbers

(the LIVE DATA links are on the DAM WATCH GUIDE
upper right, sidebar )



Are California newspapers covering this up??? The only Sacramento Bee headline today about the snow melt focuses on insect problem. Almost no headlines after Friday. Is it because they don’t want to dent tourism for Memorial Day?

Rapid snowmelt will continue around Lake Tahoe; flood advisory in effect in central Sierra Nevada

Highway 41 To Yosemite Road Closure Extended

Lake Oroville expects busiest weekend of the year

Road conditions/closures may give a clue. Butte County (Oroville dam) is in Area 3 on the CalTrans map.

UPDATE Sunday afternoon (EST)

??  ??

INFLOW went from 121½ thousand cfs down to thousand cfs – – (!!!)WHERE DID ALL THE WATER GO???




Oroville Dam vs Snow Melt in the Sierras

24 05 2017

Snow melt should be happening now.

LINK –  https://youtu.be/WInz0uCwcq0

LINK –  https://youtu.be/-uhXbM3drok


Perth reports on California weather modification

LINK –  https://youtu.be/dqhyWnrJXME

Jim Lee’s Weather Modification History


Oroville Dam – They Know Rapid Water Release Can Cause A Quake

20 05 2017

This was mentioned before – but here’s the documentation

1978 paper (!)Strength changes due to reservoir-induced pore pressure and stresses and application to Lake Oroville

“The results also show that rapid unloading may cause instantaneous crustal weakening owing to excess pore pressure.”

And here’s one from 1990

“Selected Oroville and Parkfield wave forms are modeled as the fundamental and first higher trapped SH modes of a narrow low-velocity layer at the fault. Modeling results suggest that the Oroville fault zone is 18 meters wide at depth and has a shear wave velocity of 1 kilometer per second, whereas at Parkfield, the fault gouge is 100 to 150 meters wide and has a shear wave velocity of 1.1 to 1.8 kilometers per second. These low-velocity layers are probably the rupture planes on which earthquakes occur...”