The top 60 (I think) floors are flooded because the roof leaks and once water is inside there's nothing to stop it going floor to floor through electrical and other ports. It's a mess.First 6 floors or first 60 floors cause that's a HUGE amount of rain and a HUGE amount of dead people if they weren't able to vacate in time.
He said first there would be earthquakes, and there have been a number of those recently. 7 in one day in Tibet. It could be that those who might be trying to trigger a burst are trying to do things in a way that covers their tracks, so if this is being 'artificially attempted', they're probably in the trial and error stage.
I think it's safe to say that electricity generation has been severely hampered by stuff it's gotten into the dam. And I think a 4 to 6 month period of no electricity while they repair everything that's gonna leave a huge Dent in those parts of China that are not flooded but are depending on this massive amount all about tricity. And a word come up some severe damage has been done. And again as I said earlier, people trying to weaken the structure without leaving tracks, that's going to be an inexact science and hard to exactly predict when the outcome happens.I don't think this dam will "last forever," it may skate through the current crises but it is being severely damaged and will require either a full repair job (probably involving diverting the river again), be taken down properly or be a disaster waiting to happen six weeks, six months or even six decades from now.
Thank-You, Ma'am! That makes it much easier to catch-up, as well as stay on top of things!
It looks like it's shaking...and now the live stream link I am watching says it's not available.Something funky going on - I can't tell if it's the video backing up a couple of seconds (which it seems to be doing) or else there's a whole lot of shaking going on...…...