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« Reply #14550 on: Apr 5th, 2016, 4:30pm »

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Southern California braces for summer blackouts due to Porter Ranch gas leak

By Alice Walton
April 5, 2016, 2:03 PM

State officials warned Tuesday that Southern California could experience as many as 14 days of blackouts this summer due to the massive methane leak in Aliso Canyon.

The Aliso Canyon storage facility in the hills above Porter Ranch is at one-fifth of its capacity due to a well leak that began in October. Officials said it could potentially take months to bring it back online, and in the meantime, local power plants will be without a key source of natural gas.

Aliso Canyon supplies natural gas to 17 power plants in the Los Angeles basin, including four operated by the DWP. A drop in supply would affect the DWP's ability to get electricity from its natural gas-powered plants, officials said.

"These pipelines also cannot transport gas fast enough to meet the hour-by-hour or changing demands of power plants during the summer when electricity demand peaks," said Mark Rothleder, vice president of the California Independent System Operator.

Millions of customers could be affected in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties. It marks the biggest threat to the local power supply since the energy crisis of more than a decade ago, which lead to so-called "rolling blackouts."

Robert Weisenmiller, chair of the state Energy Commission said officials this summer would anticipate scheduled outages for some users as opposed to rolling blackouts that affect large swaths of the region.

A draft report from four key energy agencies -- the California Energy Commission, the California Independent System Operator, the California Public Utilities Commission and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power -- estimates the region could have power outages on as many as 14 days this summer. Outages could occur on another eight to 18 days later in the year.

“The action plan recognizes the crucial role Aliso Canyon plays in providing reliable energy service to Southern California, and we appreciate that the agencies responsible for developing the plan understand that steps need to be taken to deal with our inability to rely on Aliso in the near term,” said Chris Gilbride of the Southern California Gas Co.

Aliso Canyon has 15 billion cubic feet of natural gas in its underground reservoirs. Because of the leak, Southern California Gas Co. is prohibited from injecting gas into the reservoir until a safety check is completed on the facility's 114 wells. Aliso Canyon typically provides gas to 11 million people in the region.

The four energy agencies released a plan Tuesday with 18 recommendations that could reduce the possibility of blackouts.

“We cannot say this is risk-free. We can certainly take measures to reduce that risk,” Weisenmiller said.

Among the 18 recommendations to reduce the risk of blackouts, the DWP will curtail the stockpiling of gas and sales of wholesale electricity. In times of peak demand, the utility may turn to hydroelectric power, which is more expensive than power from gas-fueled electricity plants.

Customers will be asked to conserve gas and energy by turning down the temperature on their water heaters and taking shorter showers, using air conditioners sparely and shutting off gas-powered BBQs.

“Saving electricity is really one of the best ways to save gas,” said DWP General Manager Marcie Edwards.

In coming weeks, the city of Los Angeles will announce rebates and other programs to encourage commercial and residential customers to save energy, said Mayor Eric Garcetti.

“We can all help get through this tough period by conserving energy, making our buildings more efficient, and taking other actions that reduce our use of electricity and natural gas,” he said in a statement.

The four agencies will host a public workshop on the draft plan on Friday in Woodland Hills.

Regulatory approval will be needed for some of the recommendations. Others will be costly fixes. The Public Utilities Commission is tracking those additional costs, said commission President Michael Picker. Utilities will not be able to pass on those costs to customers without the PUC’s approval of a rate increase.

A representative from the gas company was not immediately available to comment.

The annoucement comes amid debate about the future of the Aliso Canyon facility. In the wake of the massive leak, which forces residents to flee their homes for months, some local officials and community groups want the entire operations to shut down permanently.

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In Brexit warm up, Dutch voters to consider EU treaty with Ukraine

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Dutch voters will decide on Wednesday whether to support a European treaty deepening ties with Ukraine in a referendum that will test sentiment towards Brussels ahead of Britain's June Brexit vote and could also bring a boost for Russia....
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Indiana University Students Mistake Priest for KKK Member

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On Monday, students at Indiana University Bloomington mistook a priest for a Ku Klux Klan member, taking to social media to express their fear of the alleged Klansman, who they claimed was carrying a whip, and dressed in “white robes.”

Rumors of a Klansman on campus were extinguished after it was pointed out that the passerby was actually a priest innocently making his way through Bloomington, Indiana. When sighted on campus, students thought his white robes indicated an affiliation with the KKK.

iu students be careful, there's someone walking around in kkk gear with a whip.

— sanchez (@babyynini_) April 5, 2016

Supposedly a member of the KKK is just strolling through campus. This obviously wouldn't have happened if IU was in the championship game

— heidi (@schweggster) April 5, 2016

iu students be careful, there's someone walking around in kkk gear with a whip.

— sanchez (@babyynini_) April 5, 2016

Residential hall advisor Ethan Gill quickly wrote an email to his students, warning them of the “threat” on campus: “There has been a person reported walking around campus in a KKK outfit holding a whip. Because the person is protected under first amendment rights, IUPD cannot remove this person from campus unless an act of violence is committed. Please PLEASE PLEASE be careful out there tonight, always be with someone and if you have no dire reason to be out of the building, I would recommend staying indoors if you’re alone.”

Later in the evening, Gill was forced to retract his warning on his Facebook page, where he clarified that the purported Klansman was actually just an innocent priest dressed in liturgical garments. The “whip” turned out to be the clergyman’s robe-like belt that was tied around his waist.

“This is what happens when there is miscommunication,” Gill wrote. “So what happened tonight goes like this: a person saw white robes and what looked to them like a weapon, got scared (rightfully so), warned people, warned staff, which in turn caused me to warn my residents because I need to look out for my residents, which in turn made it spread.”

“Then my residents, terrified, come running to me, saying yeah the report must be true, they saw him and couldn‘t believe there was a klansmember [sic] with a whip,” he explained. “And I see this picture. It’s a priest. With a rosary.”

Although Gill clarified that there was no threat on campus, he made sure to remind students that their fears were legitimate because Klan members have caused unrest on Indiana University’s campus in the past: “Now, I get it why a person would be scared. There in fact HAVE been klansmembers [sic] on the campus spurting hate speech, but never have they been reported with a weapon. So yeah, if it was in fact a weapon and a threat, it’s a good thing to warn a friend. So when someone warns other people, we need to be cautious. However, what I’ve learned from this is to take anything with a grain of salt. In the future, I’m still sending my residents warnings of threats, crime, hate gatherings, and all that but I will wait for a confirmation. But now that there is no danger I can say: this is a hilarious miscommunication.”
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Sad day when you can't tell the difference between the KKK and a priest rolleyes

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Seattle Times

Never-before displayed photos of the Space Needle construction show iron workers with no harnesses and steel, lots of steel.

By Erik Lacitis
7 April 2016

For someone like Jack Edwards, images that for decades were stored in a closet sure bring back the memories.

Fifty-five years ago, Edwards, 83, of Lake Stevens, was one of the iron workers building the Space Needle, which has become a worldwide symbol of Seattle.

He is asked if it really was like the photos depicted — no harnesses, nets or safety straps. Just guys balancing themselves hundreds of feet in the air on iron beams maybe 1˝ feet wide.

“No, didn’t use them,” Edwards says about all that safety gear. “Nowadays it’s totally changed. We always felt that mobility was our safety. Safety harnesses, you’d stumble over them.”

This week the previously undisplayed collection of 2,400 photos is finally available to the public. Just go to the Seattle Public Library’s George Gulacsik Space Needle Photograph Collection, all digitized and online so they can be viewed on your laptop.

An exhibit at the Space Needle itself includes photos from the collection and other material about building the structure. It’s included in tickets to the observation deck ($23.10 for adults and $14.70 for kids).

The collection includes the early drawings of the Space Needle as it went through various artistic renditions. It had its beginnings when Eddie Carlson, then president of Western International Hotels and a Seattle civic leader, was inspired by seeing a TV tower in Stuttgart, Germany.

The tower was topped by a revolving restaurant. Carlson drew his concept for the Seattle version on a paper napkin.

Gulacsik, who died in 2010, was a graphic artist and industrial photographer contracted by John Graham & Co., architects for the project.

Week in and week out, Gulacsik would take the legendary Leica DRP 35-mm camera he owned and drive to where the Space Needle was being built.

He began taking his historic pictures in April 1961 as the giant 30-foot-deep hole for the foundation was being dug.

He ended in January 1962 as the workers spray-painted “Galaxy Gold” on the roof, getting it ready for the Seattle World’s Fair that would open three months later.

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THE DIRECT RESULT OF INTELLECTUAL ENLIGHTENMENT SPAWNED IN "SAFE SPACES" grin

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In Brexit warm up, Dutch voters to consider EU treaty with Ukraine

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Dutch voters will decide on Wednesday whether to support a European treaty deepening ties with Ukraine in a referendum that will test sentiment towards Brussels ahead of Britain's June Brexit vote and could also bring a boost for Russia....


Thank you, Sys. Our fam voted yesterday (with the 'Yes' camp) in a interesting democratic exercise, a so called Raadgevend Referendum (Advisory Plebiscite) where every adult Dutch citizen may vote (well over 30% actually entered the pols) on the issue at hand directly (bypassing Parliament), its outcome constituting at most a serious advice for the Dutch government. Referendi have gone kinda out of fashion since early 19th century, since they historically tend to polarize/destabilize the Netherlands, occasionally incite bloodshed, rather than lead in to government for the people by the people.

Issue: an already ratified (by European Union) trade association treaty with Ukraine, opening up trade with Europe in return for Ukraine implementing reforms, like fighting government corruption and improving civil rights. So whatever the Referendum's outcome, it's a done deal.

To my regret the vote was won by some 60 % nay sayers (met head on by almost 40% yeavoters, including myself). The pervasive Nay seems inspired by Dutch exasperation with fat cat politicians and oligarchs still thriving in that relatively poor region, as well as worries that just after spending billions on refugees, we get to fund yet more strangers. I said Yes to the Treaty, along with many others, because although Ukraine has villains (as well as many more normal decent people), much more ambitious villain Vladimir Putin is actively grabbing land there, shooting down an airliner full of Dutch and other nationalities for collateral damage. Guy'd be rolling off his chair laughing if we distanced ourselves from Ukrainians now: he wants them badly, to sell them Russian gas and 'democracy'. Imo the strong Yes vote (sadly not quite strong enough) serves to send Putin a message. We're not all idiots. grin

Due to Nee/Nay winning, although the Treaty remains, the Dutch will now debate a number of modifications to the text, like emphasizing Ukraine is not considered for EU membership at this time.

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No politician went hungry or was harmed in any way during this vote.



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I am so happy everyone is doing what they love to do in their
last moments before the PTB exposed for what they are...open up the very gates of Hell.
Somehow..they managed to pull it off.


Will A Gateway Be Opened When The Arch From The Temple Of Baal Is Reconstructed In Times Square?

Part of Temple of Baal that stood in Palmyra, Syria to be reconstructed in Times Square and in Trafalgar Square in London


In April, part of the Temple of Baal that stood in Palmyra, Syria will be reconstructed in Times Square in New York City and in Trafalgar Square in London. The specific portion that is being erected in both cases is the 48-foot-tall arch that stood at the entrance to the temple. The Institute of Digital Archaeology is the organization behind this effort, and the display of these two arches is intended to be the highlight of UNESCO’s World Heritage Week late next month. After seeing my initial story, one of my readers observed that an arch is really just a gateway or a portal. In other words, it can serve as both an entrance and an exit. So could it be possible that we will be unknowingly setting up a gate or a portal of some sort in Times Square?

The worship of Baal, also known as Bel, can be traced all the way back to ancient Babylon. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, Marduk was “the chief god of the city of Babylon”, and ultimately he became known as “Bel” or “Lord”…

Marduk, in Mesopotamian religion, the chief god of the city of Babylon and the national god of Babylonia; as such, he was eventually called simply Bel, or Lord. Originally, he seems to have been a god of thunderstorms. A poem, known as Enuma elish and dating from the reign of Nebuchadrezzar I(1124–03 bce), relates Marduk’s rise to such preeminence that he was the god of 50 names, each one that of a deity or of a divine attribute. After conquering the monster of primeval chaos, Tiamat, he became Lord of the Gods of Heaven and Earth. All nature, including man, owed its existence to him; the destiny of kingdoms and subjects was in his hands.

And it is interesting to note that according to Wikipedia, the name of the city of Babylon is believed to have originally come from an Akkadian word that meant “Gate of God” or “Gateway of the God”…

The English Babylon comes from Greek Babylṓn (Βαβυλώνwink, a transliteration of the Akkadian Babili.[5] The Babylonian name in the early 2nd millennium BC had been Babilli or Babilla, which appears to be an adaption of an unknown original non-Semitic placename.[6] By the 1st millennium BC, it had changed to Babiliunder the influence of the folk etymology which traced it tobāb-ili (“Gate of God” or “Gateway of the God“).[7]

So now we are setting up a “gateway” or a “portal” for the chief God of ancient Babylon in the heart of our most important city next month.

Does anyone else out there find this more than just a little bit creepy?

It just seems so surreal that an arch from the Temple of Baal that is nearly five stories high is going to be erected in Times Square in April. But this is actually happening. The following comes from the New York Times…

NEXT month, the Temple of Baal will come to Times Square. Reproductions of the 50-foot arch that formed the temple’s entrance are to be installed in New York and in London, a tribute to the 2,000-year-old structure that the Islamic State destroyed last year in the Syrian town of Palmyra. The group’s rampage through Palmyra, a city that reached its peak in the second and third century A.D., enraged the world, spurring scholars and conservationists into action.

This sounds like the plot for some really twisted episode of “Stargate” and not something that is supposed to happen in the real world.

And as I reported yesterday, the Institute of Digital Archaeology hopes to put hundreds more of these arches in major cities all over the planet.

What in the world are they thinking?

If we want to take all of this to another level of creepiness, let’s recall what I talked about the other day. Baal evolved from the chief god of the city of ancient Babylon known as Marduk, and Marduk can be traced back to an actual historical person. This historical person was known in Sumerian literature as “King Enmerkar”, and in the Bible he was known as “Nimrod”. Here is a portion of a quote from Peter Goodgame that I included in an article the other day…

Traditionally the Tower of Babel event has been associated with Nimrod, and Jewish commentaries as well as the Jewish historian Josephus both seem very emphatic on this point. Regarding the Sumerian name Enmer-kar, the suffix “kar” means “hunter,” and so “Enmer-kar” is in fact “Enmer the Hunter,” just as Nimrod is referred to as the “Mighty Hunter” in Genesis 10. Furthermore, Enmerkar is named on the Sumerian King List as “the one who built Uruk,” just as Nimrod is described in Genesis 10:10 as having a kingdom that began in “Babel (Eridu) and Erech (Uruk)… in the land of Shinar.” After Enmerkar’s death he became honored in Sumerian myth as the semi-divine hero Ninurta, and eventually this cult evolved into the great cult of Marduk, which became the state religion of Babylon after the conquests and religious innovations of Hammurabi.

The cult of Marduk was the root of all of the ancient pagan religions of the Middle East, Egypt, Greece and Rome. In those other religions, the deity of Marduk came to be known by other names such as Baal, Osiris, Apollo, etc. And today there are many secret societies and occult groups that look forward to the day when this pagan deity will be resurrected and will return to rule the world once again. This is something that I explained in our latest YouTube video…

I know that all of this may sound very strange to you, but many of these secret societies and occult groups take this stuff deadly seriously. And many Christian scholars are convinced that there is a link between the coming of the Antichrist and this ancient pagan deity based on the actual historical figure of Nimrod.

So could it be possible that we are laying out a couple of giant welcome mats for this ancient pagan deity by erecting these giant arches in New York and London next month?
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Could we be opening up gateways and portals that are extremely dangerous and that we simply do not understand?

I don’t know about you, but for me the construction of these giant arches is a very, very bad sign…


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