Posts Tagged ‘canyon’

Chevron Has Spilled 800,000 Gallons of Crude Oil and Water Into a California Canyon Since May

Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch Waking Times California officials ordered Chevron Friday “to take all measures” to stop a release that has spilled around 800,000 gallons of water and crude oil into a dry creek bed in Kern County, KQED reported. The order, issued by the new acting head of the state’s Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) Jason Marshall, […]

Mountain lion attacks boy at Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, California

   A 4-year-old boy is lucky to be alive after being attacked by an 80-pound wild cat, likely a mountain lion, in a Rancho Penasquitos canyon on Memorial Day, a wildlife official said Tuesday. A female mountain lion suspected of attacking the boy was shot and killed by wildlife officers hours later, California Department of […]

It snowed at the Grand Canyon on Memorial Day

   So much for that warm, sunny Memorial Day vacation to the Grand Canyon. Clear views of America’s most beautiful ditch were briefly interrupted by something rarely seen this late in the year — snow. Light snow began falling in the morning, lasting for several hours, dusting the Grand Canyon. ‘It’s common for snow to […]

Laurel Canyon, the CIA Counter Culture & Dave McGowan – Jay Dyer on Myth20c

Jay Dyer 21st Century Wire The United States is a pop cultural superpower. One can debate if this is for good or for worse – but what is almost indisputable is the amount of resources government institutions ranging from universities to the military and intelligence services place on steering the direction of cultural icons such […]

Mini ‘Grand Canyon’: 6-story sinkhole opens up on NZ farm (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

The huge chasm appeared after several days of heavy rainfall near the North Island town of Rotorua, reactivating a series of collapsed holes and causing a 500 meter crack along a fault line. Farm manager Colin Tremain told RT.com he stumbled upon the sinkhole on Monday morning, guessing it opened up quickly some time on […]

Trump Administration Targets Uranium Mining Ban Near Grand Canyon

Google is blocking our site. Please use the social media sharing buttons (upper left) to share this on your social media and help us break through. WASHINGTON— The Trump administration wants to roll back a 20-year ban to allow uranium mining near the Grand Canyon, according to a Forest Service report formally released today. Under […]

Flash flood filmed in Johnson Canyon, Utah

     Recent rain brought flash flood watches and warnings to portions of Utah this week, and one flash flood in Johnson Canyon was captured on camera. David Rankin predicts, chases and captures flash floods on video, and his latest footage shows a flash flood from Friday carrying water and debris. Rankin states heavy rain caused […]

Uranium Mining in the Grand Canyon Continues Despite Years of Resistance

Vic Bishop, Staff WriterWaking Times Sad but true, the dramatic opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota failed to achieve the result of stopping corporate and political powers from proceeding with the pipeline. Less than six months after the camp’s abandonment, the pipeline is functional and […]

National Park Service bans scientist from studying the Grand Canyon because he’s a Christian

(Natural News) The American government is engaged in active persecution of American Christians via the National Park Service, which has barred a scientist from the creationist group Answers in Genesis (AiG) from entering Grand Canyon National Park to conduct research because his findings may contradict the park’s official position that geographic strata were formed over […]

This Rare Phenomenon Captured By Photographers At The Grand Canyon Is A Must See

Every year, millions of people come to see the Grand Canyon National Park, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. However, on extremely rare days when cold air is trapped in the canyon and topped by a layer of warm air, which in combination with moisture and condensation, form the phenomenon referred to […]

Venezuelan Town Flooded 30 Years Ago Reemerges Thanks To El Niño

Potosi, in the western state of Táchira, was once described as a “magical” place, an Andean paradise. It was home to some 1,200 people, who earned a living by working in the fields. Like many other small towns, it had a store, hospital, school, prefecture, square and church. Potosi was founded in the mid-19th century, […]

Despite the dangers, nuclear war still on the drawing board of the Pentagon

     More than 2000 nuclear explosions have occurred since 1945 as part of nuclear weapons’ testing. Officially only two nuclear bombs (Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 6 and 9, August 1945) have been used in an act of war. The media consensus is that a nuclear holocaust is an impossibility. Should we be concerned? Publicly available military […]

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