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To understand I heard correctly from #Texas #Senator #TedCruz while on the #SeanHannityShow on #FoxNews: #California who has a large amount of tech companies has rolling blackouts and has had rolling blackouts for years, to assist the electrical grid from overloading. Recently in the past few years several tech companies moved from California, #Oregon, and #Washington state to Texas. During a snow storm which Texas has had before without electricity or water outages, all of a sudden during the first big-ish winter storm there are rolling electrical and water outages all over the state of Texas. Am I to understand the words correctly from the interview, about such facts?
I thought there were a bunch of Texans who said and declared "Don't California my Texas", several times over.
It seems as though such has begun though the portion of not keeping the wind turbines moving I wonder as to what the choice was to do so as I wonder if it was a test to see whether or not additional forms of power, are being looked into the ways of harvesting to utilize and if so then the question is how would such power be able to be used correctly? I know there is a few different ways of utilizing different power sources, though whether or not such has been looked into by those who have those degrees which are looked higher upon in comparison to just a handful of specialties from what I have been told; I suppose would require further discussions and contracts for such, if that is actually sought after and properly maintained. Surely the large amount of windfarm blades in massive graveyards wasting away has been thought about by the elected officials before bringing such into the state of Texas, correct? What about the larger number of people who have gotten cancer who have put solar panels on the roofs of their houses before bringing such into the state of Texas, out of curiosity? Anyone begin to look into that, yet?
As seen with this particular winter storm system the possibility if such tech companies who moved to the state of Texas were testing the levels of energy and how many rolling blackouts would be required in the winter time for when the summer months hit with actual larger numbers of people using electricity to cool off during the heat-filled months in Texas, I suppose some could see the massive failure on such portions for the blackouts which should not have had to occur in the state of Texas. I have lived through a few snow storms in different areas of the #UnitedStatesofAmerica, and this year was the first time I ever saw massive electrical and water outages. Let me start off with the fact Washington state area locations do not usually have an air conditioning system in some of their apartments and houses, unlike in the state of Texas. Washington state specifically near Seattle and Tacoma have a large number of technology companies in the area and similarly to in #NewJersey, only certain apartments and houses have air conditioning built into the individual locations throughout. Businesses obviously usually have both heating as well as air conditioning in those states, though the residential locations do not always have such within the buildings.
In the 1980s and 1990s there were multiple snow storms which were classified as #blizzard #weather especially in comparison to the snow storm Texas just went through, and the areas I lived in during those years did not lose electrical or water. When in Illinois during the latter 1990s there were snow storms and blizzard-ish conditions which even with over a foot of snow on the ground, there was not any electrical or water outages. In 2013, 2017, 2018, and 2019 there was snow in Washington state and yet there were no electrical or water outages anywhere with larger amounts of snow compared to the few inches Texas received. However in 2003 and 2010 there was snow storms in the areas of Texas I had lived in, and again there were not any electrical or water outages. Why is that so? I lived in two extremely distinctively different areas in Texas during those times, as at the first one was in San Antonio area and the other one was in the DFW area. With more than 4 hours of travel at 60 miles per hour depending upon, there is quite a large difference between the areas geographically as well as the types of arrangements.
In New Jersey and Washington state, there are higher amounts of technology companies in the areas for those times and yet more towards after the turn of the millennium into 2000 onward there have been the increasing number of rolling blackouts for California. Why? The heat index has raised since the larger amount of technology throughout the globe whether taking into consideration electrical lines and/or cellphone towers and/or solar panels and/or etcetera which in turn the ocean levels have risen because of the heat levels as per normal for ice to melt in higher temperatures, and with what seems as more #SCUBA Divers preferring to SCUBA Dive inside of aquariums in comparison to the natural waters in turn the lack of proper maintenance to the oceanic waters while companies who have no legal authority to be involved making anything in the ocean officially additionally raise the temperatures through what goes on in the oceanic waters while they degrade the coral reef systems which filter the water supply going towards the land areas. If such companies would like to dispute their legal authority in the ocean please do inform me of what it is you do when the oceanic power takes over and the waves handle such, if you think the legal authority overrules the ocean. You would be mistaken to think such when taking those particulars into consideration if honest, yes? Just as when certain areas have had companies which moved in without permission have had to pay for the clean up on land, so too such companies have had to pay for such clean ups correct? Despite certain companies halfway doing what they should have done as there would not be such large blobs of oil slicks around the oceanic waters if those companies had done their cleanups correctly initially, yes?
Nonetheless if the proper training had been occurring longer then possibly certain other aspects could have been taken care of correctly back then though since it is the now, what is it that is going to be looked into for the situation? Spring in the state of Texas can get into the 70s and 80s degrees in Fahrenheit which in turn means the summer gets extremely hot for some, which leads to the question as well as the statement by many Texans of not California-ing the state of Texas. What is going to be done to square away the amount of technology companies which have moved to the state of Texas to maintain the electrical and water supplies, as the months and years go onward? This is only the end portion of the winter months heading into spring, which people are calmer during the cooler months compared to the heated months. What do the officials of the state of Texas plan to look into since so many more technology companies have moved into the area of the state of Texas, which once were a part of the rolling electrical grids in California? Was that thought about when the officials of the state of Texas invited certain companies to move to Texas for better taxes, for those companies? What did those companies executives promise to those of the state of Texas and/or living in the state of Texas, to balance out the situation they knew they were leaving from the state of California?