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My dad’s friend built a little man made steam in Los Angeles in the 1980s. There were no streams or natural lakes anywhere nearby. After the first year he had dozens of fish in there… He never figured out how they got there.
Lets take the next step & get enough solar and wind power to knock out the hydroelectric dams that’ve strangled rivers & streams since the depression. Put central valley tree-nut farmers on notice too…
Looks like weather out here does have some good effects.
I’m glad for that. Weather sure has been crazy though. We had historic high heat wave very early in summer, followed by massive flooding, followed by very early extreme cold.
It would be really really nice to have more stories like this.
How does this work? I was under the impression that salmon returned to the same river they were born to spawn. Do salmon live 25 years? Get lost? Magnetic field shift? Volcano?