NASA’s DECEPTION – Needed: 11 Trillion Gallons to Replenish California Drought – NASA Science

NASA’s DECEPTION – Needed: 11 Trillion Gallons to Replenish California Drought – NASA Science . . . Posted on
COMMENT:  Research has shown that NASA, a corporate government agency is largely financed by the International Bankers and other corrupt corporate agencies . . . If we overlook the source of the funding one question remains about the NASA article below.  WHY are we being misinformed about where water really comes from by NASA?  We refer you to the many NASA connections to their deceptive and criminal programs including supporting the false science of the Global Warming, and the cover-up of the ongoing deliberate manipulation that is changing the earth’s climate, the real Global Warming culprit.   YES, NASA is orchestrating the toxic geoengineering programs of weather manipulation along with other corporate government agencies . . . We recommend your reading NASA’s document which we refer to as the NASA WAR PLAN which you can find on on the home page . . .
As for the NASA article below NASA continues to INVENT false water science . . Yes, California is experiencing an “engineered” drought by NASA, however, PRIMARY WATER – is why we do not have a water shortage!  To Learn the Water Facts watch the YouTube “Water Crisis Hoax” and also, “Primary Water Explained” . . .  The Earth is the Water Planet and creates water continuously deep inside the earth, and we have an abundance of water . . . ALL the Earth’s surface water comes from Primary Water . . This is good news and we must not let the media disinformation campaigns frighten us about water scarcity . . . THE EARTH IS THE WATER PLANET . . .
With Knowledge We are NOT as Easily Deceived!
NASA – Needed: 11 Trillion Gallons to Replenish California Drought – NASA Science . . .

Dec. 16, 2014: It will take about 11 trillion gallons of water (42 cubic kilometers) — around 1.5 times the maximum volume of the largest U.S. reservoir — to recover from California’s continuing drought, according to a new analysis of NASA satellite data.

The finding was part of a sobering update on the state’s drought made possible by space and airborne measurements and presented by NASA scientists Dec. 16 at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco. Such data are giving scientists an unprecedented ability to identify key features of droughts, data that can be used to inform water management decisions.

A team of scientists led by Jay Famiglietti of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California used data from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites to develop the first-ever calculation of this kind — the volume of water required to end an episode of drought.
New drought maps show groundwater levels across the U.S. Southwest are in the lowest two to 10 percent since 1949. The maps, developed at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, combine GRACE data with other satellite observations.“Integrating GRACE data with other satellite measurements provides a more holistic view of the impact of drought on water availability, including on groundwater resources, which are typically ignored in standard drought indices,” said Matt Rodell, chief of the Hydrological Sciences Laboratory at Goddard.