testerman28 wrote: »
Anumber1.. why do you not think that a good portion of this will not be the product of big sugar?
are you one of those guys who are paid to go against other peoples posts?
I ask because everything that someone brings up you have an answer for at 7,900+ posts and if you read them they are usually stirring the pot.
maybe that's just another reason this site is not even going anywhere??? maybe it has nothing to do with cold weather maybe a mirror is what you need..?
[email protected] Special wrote: »
A few comments for the recent posts.
1. Backpumping. Not a normal process with any real quantity, however when they backpump, in many cases the water is cleaner than that coming in the lake from the North.
2. The EAA reservoir. If we had it now, we would still be discharging into both East and West discharge points. The EAA would have only stopped about 10% of the discharge with all the water we got from Irma.
3. Moving water South. Can't do it now, everything is full to the brim from the conservation areas to Everglades National Park.
Fact: The north plan to store water North of the lake is faster, cheaper, and more efficient at keeping our water clean than any reservoir to the South.
Oh, but I don't know anything about it, I only Built phase 1 of STA 1W, Southern end of STA2, The Periphiton STA demo project, Parts of STA 3/4, Pump stations 335, 370, 372, STA 5 Discharge canal and bridge, etc etc etc.........With that kind of investment in this work, I pay attention to every single aspect of what is going on in the Everglades water issues.
Heck, when the FS gods started that thread to propose a new reservoir, I told them it would not happen and the only option was the old EAA site. After great argument by others, what happened???? The old EAA site!
You can be passionate about the issue, but it is very complicated to understand all the constraints on any plan you choose.
Darcy wrote: »
Yeh. I’ve learned not to feed the trolls, the animals, or the bored disgruntled old people.