California Great Flood of 1862; Geological Evidence Shows Mega Floods Happening Regularly Every 100 To 200 Years; Why Is No One Preparing For This? Why Is No One Aware Of This, Nor Planning For It? Oroville Dam May Be Vulnerable To A Huge ARKStorm Atmospheric River Storm | A Green Road Journal

California Great Flood of 1862; Geological Evidence Shows Mega Floods Happening Regularly Every 100 To 200 Years; Why Is No One Preparing For This? Why Is No One Aware Of This, Nor Planning For It? Oroville Dam May Be Vulnerable To A Huge ARKStorm Atmospheric River Storm

People don’t like to hear bad news. They don’t want to worry or get stressed. So they refuse to listen to warnings about future events such as mega floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, or mega droughts, which are a normal and ordinary part of geological history. Ignoring geological history has negative consequences. Many civilizations have fallen due to mega droughts, earthquakes and mega floods.
Why are planning processes and emergency planning situations not including this scenario around buildings, homes, businesses and communities? Why don’t businesses think more than 6 months to 1 year into the future?

Why is our ‘modern’ society not planning ahead seven future generations, and only doing things that do not cause harm?

via California Great Flood of 1862; Geological Evidence Shows Mega Floods Happening Regularly Every 100 To 200 Years; Why Is No One Preparing For This? Why Is No One Aware Of This, Nor Planning For It? Oroville Dam May Be Vulnerable To A Huge ARKStorm Atmospheric River Storm | A Green Road Journal

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