bunghole

 

California has become a  filthy fucking bunghole .....over priced .....over rated .....it has  fires  ....earthquakes ........droughts  ......floods  ....sometimes together in this one state .....its   expensive  .....dirty .....over populated  ........the inhabotants  spend  most of their day  stuck in traffic ..........its now  riddled  with drugs  homelessness......the proplr  who run it are fucking  liberal dirtbags ........ raping it dry of money .........and the rich  live in  pleasure  ....... not  far from  the poor  and  addicted .........it really needs on  giant  earthquake to finish it off  .....i have never  been there  ...it was apparently the place in the seventies  ...but now  its  just  a fucking  human bung hole .......and  it has the servile  bastards  at instagram and  face book there .........and  all the techy  fuckers  who ban  people  for nothing ........however ......... is  has  san  fernando valley  that  about the only decent place........they make porn there..........i cannot  say i  have ever  been in a hurray  to get there  .....as the  pollution and  traffic is a nightmare  .....not  to  mention the cost of  living ........as always the  human beings have ruined it  ....and its  inhabited  by all the satanical Hollywood  actors  .......they keep saying the next earthquake will be the  last.........but they have   been saying it for  years ..........



Experts warn California of a disaster 'larger than any in world history.' It's not an earthquake.

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Megadrought may be the main weather concern across the West right now amid the constant threat of wildfires and earthquakes. But a new study warns another crisis is looming in California: "Megafloods."

Climate change is increasing the risk of floods that could submerge cities and displace millions of people across the state, according to a study released Friday.

It says that an extreme monthlong storm could bring feet of rain – in some places, more than 100 inches – to hundreds of miles of California. Similarly unrelenting storms have happened in the past, before the region became home to tens of millions of people.

Now, each degree of global warming is dramatically increasing the odds and size of the next megaflood, the study says.

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When floods hit in a warmer planet, “the storm sequence is bigger in almost every respect,” said Daniel Swain, UCLA climate scientist and co-author of the study, in a news release. “There’s more rain overall, more intense rainfall on an hourly basis and stronger wind.”

This Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 satellite image provided by DigitalGlobe shows The Russian River flooding Guerneville, Calif.
This Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 satellite image provided by DigitalGlobe shows The Russian River flooding Guerneville, Calif.

Climate change a factor in megafloods

In fact, the study found that climate change makes such catastrophic flooding twice as likely to occur.

Swain said that such massive statewide floods have occurred every century or two in California over the past millennia, and today's risk of such events has been substantially underestimated.

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Long before climate change, California’s Great Flood of 1862 stretched up to 300 miles long and 60 miles across. According to the study, a similar flood now would displace 5 million to 10 million people, cut off the state’s major freeways for perhaps weeks or months with massive economic damage, and submerge major Central Valley cities as well as parts of Los Angeles.


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