Wednesday, August 12, 2015

WoW! It Appears that the EPA Really DID Very Possibly Create the Colorado River Incident to Make Work for the Agency!


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EPA Polluted Colorado River



Instapundit posted a letter to the editor of the Silverton Standard by a local geologist (David Taylor), which has been reproduced online (http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2926855/pg1?disclaimer=1)


That July 30th, 2015 letter predicted the EPA would "accidentally" allow heavy metals into the Animas, San Jaun and Colorado River Systems that flow into Lake Mead. That letter said:


EPA Plan is Really a 'Superfund Blitzkrieg'

Editor;

I came to Silverton this summer to enjoy my retirement, appreciate nature and prospect the mountains for unique minerals. I came here to enjoy a simple life with no TV and no politics, but unfortunately that has changed. Your EPA dilemma has caused my blood to boil.

Based on my 47 years of experience as a professional geologist, it appears to me that the EPA is setting your town and the area up for a possible Superfund blitzkrieg.

In regards to your meeting with the EPA on June 23, Mr. Hestmark's (EPA representative) statement "we don't have an agenda" is either ignorant naivety or an outright falsehood. I am certain Mr. Hestmark's hydrolologists have advised him what's going to happen when the Red & Bonita portals and plugged and the "grand experiment" begins with unknown and foreseeable results and possible negative consequences.

Here's the scenario that will occur based on my experience:


Following the plugging, the exfiltrating water will be retained behind the bulkheads, accumulating at a rate of approximately
500 gallons per minute. As the water backs up, it will begin filling all connected mine workings and bedrock voids and fractures. As the water level inside the workings continues to rise, it will accumulate head pressure at a rate of 1 PSI per each 2.31 feet of vertical rise. As the water continues to
migrate through the fill interconnected workings, the pressure will increase. Eventually, without a doubt. The water will find a way out and will exfiltrate uncontrollably through connected abandoned shafts, drifts, raises, fractures and possibly from talus on the hillside. Initially it will appear that the miracle fix is working.

"Hallelujah!"

But make no mistake, with in seven to 120 days all of the 500 gmp flow will return to Cement Creek. Contamination will actually increase do to disturbance and flushing action within the workings.

The "grand experiment" in my opinion will fail. And guess what Mr. Hestmark will say then?

Gee, "Plan A" didn't work so I guess we will have to build a treatment plant at a cost to taxpayers of $100 million to $500 million (who knows).

Reading between the lines, I believe that has been the EPA's plan all along. The proposed Red and Bonita plugging plan has been their way of getting a foot in the door to justify their hidden agenda for construction of a treatment plant.

After all, with a budget of $8.2 billions and 17,000 employees, the EPA needs new, big projects to feed and best and justify their existence.

I would recommend that anyone who owns a home, property water well or spring in the Cement Creek drainage take water samples ASAP to protect themselves from groundwater changes that may be caused by the EPA plugging operation!

God Bless America! God bless Silverton, Colorado. And God protect us from the EPA.


Dave Taylor, Farmington

So, it seems very possible that the "accidental" spill caused by an EPA work crew was no accident at all.

Once again, "Heck of a job, Gina!"

1 comment:

Roger Cohen said...

While Mr. Taylor did not predict the magnitude of the disaster, he correctly forecasted that water would get out and with it would come contamination. That is clear from a read of his letter. This then raises the question of "If Mr. Taylor knew it, why didn't the EPA know it?" Well maybe they did.

The whole thing stinks of government. Obama said that his administration would be the most transparent in history. He was right (sarc)... anyone with a brain can see what is really going on.

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