New York Times Wants To Build A Wall

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  1. scott allen says:

    This study was conducted by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
    This is the same US Army Corps of Engineers that misjudged the amount of snow fall/water content in the northern rockies in 2019 (because apparently they didn’t own a tape measure, that was one of the reason they gave at public hearing, they “didn’t have adequate snow fall sensors” ) and they released higher then normal water amounts just prior to a heavy rain which caused massive floods along the Missouri, causing the Corps’ down stream 100 year levies to be breached. This is the 7th time in 12 years they have misjudged the water releases from the upper Missouri dams causing downstream flooding, a federal judge ruled that the Corp was responsible for the damage in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2014, the case filed for the 2011 flooding is still working it was thru the courts. The dams were advocated by the Corp and built for just that reason, flood prevention.

    Before that, anyone remember Katrina and how the Corps levies were breached killing thousands of people.
    This is what a federal judge said, in ruling that the Corps was responsible for all the destruction,
    “The Corps’ lassitude and failure to fulfill its duties resulted in a catastrophic loss of human life and property in unprecedented proportions,” he wrote. “The Corps’ negligence resulted in the wasting of millions of dollars in flood-protection measures and billions of dollars in congressional outlays to help this region recover.”

    If I lived in New York I doubt I was trust the US Army Corps of Engineers to build anything.

  2. Rosco says:

    Interview with Daniel Fitzhenry who is a hydrographic surveyor talknig about the 100 + year tidal record from Fort Denison (Sydney) – 1914 to 2019 and why it is superior to all other records including satellites

    Fort Denison graph 1914 – 2019

    Fort Denison data table 1914 – 2019

    ’nuff said really.

  3. Gamecock says:

    If floods become a problem for New Yorkers, they’ll move.

    It’s what humans have been doing since before they were humans.

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