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Redneck Dentist – Episode 12
My Saturday prep from morning coffee to RLM t shirt
Town trip, people ask about the shirt/website.
Going to do some short shots on Rumble
Red Neck Moment of the Week RNMW
BBQ country ribs going on here today
Dexter! Here is an image
RC rock Crawler
great for relaxing and distracting your mind
great for getting outdoors
great for lightening your wallet
Really fun for everyone
Dental Story of the Week
The emergency I had in the dental clinic last week ended up being a pretty significant stroke.
Prep of the week
Why prepare? What are the threats?
Natural disasters: earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, snow, sun, tsunamies
Astronomical events, coronal mass ejections, meteors,
War and Nuclear threats
Ransom Ware Attacts
Here is a current Example, just in today
The water crisis along the California-Oregon border went from dire to catastrophic this week as federal regulators shut off irrigation water to farmers from a critical reservoir and said they would not send extra water to dying salmon downstream or to a half-dozen wildlife refuges that harbor millions of migrating birds each year.
In what is shaping up to be the worst water crisis in generations, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said it will not release water this season into the main canal that feeds the bulk of the massive Klamath Reclamation Project, marking a first for the 114-year-old irrigation system.
“This year’s drought conditions are bringing unprecedented hardship to the communities of the Klamath Basin,” said Reclamation Deputy Commissioner Camille Calimlim Touton, calling the decision one of “historic consequence.” “Reclamation is dedicated to working with our water users, tribes and partners to get through this difficult year and developing long-term solutions for the basin.”
The canal, a major component of the federally operated Klamath Reclamation Project, funnels Klamath River water from the Upper Klamath Lake just north of the Oregon-California border to more than 130,000 acres (52,600 hectares), where generations of ranchers and farmers have grown hay, alfalfa and potatoes and grazed cattle.
Only one irrigation district within the 200,000-acre (80,940-hectare) project will receive any water from the Klamath River system this growing season, and it will have a severely limited supply, the Klamath Water Users Association said in a statement. Some other farmers rely on water from a different river, and they will also have a limited supply.
“This just couldn’t be worse,” said Klamath Irrigation District president Ty Kliewer. “The impacts to our family farms and these rural communities will be off the scale.”
At the same time, the agency said it would not release any so-called “flushing flows” from the same dam on the Upper Klamath Lake to bolster water levels downstream in the lower Klamath River. The river is key to the survival of coho salmon, which are listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. In better water years the pulses of water help keep the river cool and turbulent — conditions that help the fragile species. The fish are central to the diet and culture of the Yurok Tribe, California’s largest federally recognized tribe.
The tribe said this week that low flows from drought and from previous mismanagement of the river by the federal agency was causing a die-off of juvenile salmon from a bacterial disease that flourishes when water levels are low. Yurok fish biologists who have been testing the baby salmon in the lower Klamath River are finding that 70% of the fish are already dead in the traps used to collect them and 97% are infected by the bacteria known as C. shasta.
“Right now, the Klamath River is full of dead and dying fish on the Yurok Reservation,” said Frankie Myers, vice chairman of the Yurok Tribe. “This disease will kill most of the baby salmon in the Klamath, which will impact fish runs for many years to come. For salmon people, a juvenile fish kill is an absolute worst-case scenario.”
Do you have a plan for Water, food, and shelter?
Any plan is better than no plan
Can you test your plan our now?
Non Covid update
Ohio State University Prof sentenced for using grant money
Zheng Songguo, a former professor at Ohio State University (OSU), pleaded guilty in November to lying on his National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant applications, in order to use $4.1 million in research grants to develop the fields of rheumatology and immunology for China, the department said.
He was arrested last May in Anchorage, Alaska, as he was preparing to board a charter flight to China in an attempt to flee the United States. When taken into custody, he was carrying multiple items, including two laptops, three cell phones, several USB drives, several bars of silver, expired Chinese passports for his family, and deeds for property in China.
The judge also ordered Zheng to pay more than $3.4 million in restitution to the NIH and about $413,000 to OSU.
This is ironic:
“American research funding is provided by the American taxpayer for the benefit of American society—not as an illicit gift to the Chinese government,” said Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers for the Justice Department’s National Security Division.
Like funding for gain of function of viruses to make viruses more infectious, adhere to respiratory cells stronger, cause more harm, etc.
Immigration and slavery
Don’t you think the US govt is opening themselves up to more law suits and eventually more “reparations” by promoting illegal immigration” I mean eventually don’t you think when immigrants see that they or their families have paid what to them must be a ton of money, and they themselves have been abused, raped, mistreated and enslaved along the way and once they get to this country and realize that the “better life” they desired is being eliminated day by day, don’t you think they will start their own “movement” to be reimbursed for their suffering? Politicians are stupid people. All they want now is more voters, that will vote “their” way. Today that indoctrination starts early, in fact at the cost of young citizens of the USA getting education. That is right, we can’t have American children in schools due to covid, but we can have immigrant children in schools being indoctrinated. No social distancing, no vaccines, no masks, well, I am not sure about that. Our teachers CAN provide their services to immigrants, but it is still just too dangerous for them to indoctrinate US students. So, don’t you think that sets up the government for some law suits down the road? If I were a lawyer, I bet I could make a lifetime of practice suing the federal government for reparations for all of the abuses endured during in transit and after arriving at the USA. What ever happened to equality or the supposed belief in equality?
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