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China has amassed a formidable nuclear arsenal; multiple sources estimate China has around 240 large warheads that could be used for either direct damage or be exploded miles above a target country to cause a crippling electromagnetic pulse blast — a maneuver that could knock out all power in the United States for months or years.http://www.theblaze.com/news/2014/12/18/china-reportedly-tests-new-missile-that-could-put-entire-u-s-at-risk/
Other Pipelines: Besides the Keystone, three other pipeline projects are being proposed to carry Alberta crude oil to market. Two would carry it across the mountains of British Columbia to ports on Canada’s Pacific coast, to be loaded on tankers and shipped mostly to China and other Asian markets (and with some going to California), while a third would nearly double the effective capacity of an existing line to the U.S.http://www.factcheck.org/2014/03/pipeline-primer/
Despite Trump promises, Keystone pipeline won't have to use American steelTrump breaks promise, Keystone pipeline won't have to use American steel
The sun’s magnetic field has fully reversed its polarity, marking the midpoint of Solar Cycle 24, which will be completed in 11 years time
The same tides that affect ocean waves can trigger earthquakes along California's San Andreas Fault, and scientists unexpectedly find that these quakes are more likely to happen as tides are strengthening, not when they are at their strongest.http://www.livescience.com/55448-how-tides-trigger-san-andreas-earthquakes.html
The rise and fall of the seas, tides are caused primarily by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on Earth. These gravitational tugs not only influence the seas but also stone, alternately stretching and compressing Earth's crust.
Previous research found that the tidal effects on Earth's crust could trigger both tremors and earthquakes. When this shaking occurs, it can reveal details about the deep roots of faults, which, in turn, could enrich models that might illuminate when earthquakes will happen.
Farming is the economic driver in the region. It is the basis of the economy for most of the counties and local communities in the Sacramento Valley. Farming in some areas of the Valley predates California statehood, and many of the lands have been farmed by the same family for multiple generations. In total, there are over 11,000 small family farms in the Sacramento Valley that contribute almost $4.5 billion to the state’s economy (California Agricultural Statistics Review 2013 – 2014). These same farms also provide almost 53,000 valuable jobs.