The Kentucky river , three forks area

The Kentucky river , three forks area

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Elmer

Richmond, KY

#3 Jun 7, 2012
Pamela Thompson wrote:
Is the rivers still green down there?
http://starj.com/direct/heat_algae_hurting_bu...
DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER
http://ofmpub.epa.gov/tmdl_waters10/attains_w...
Primary Contact Recreation Water ; Recreation: Impaired….Fecal Coliform
http://ofmpub.epa.gov/tmdl_waters10/attains_w...
Also impaired
2011;
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/07/27/dozens-...
Preliminary monitoring data of 240 water bodies, including reservoirs, ponds, lakes, and large rivers, collected by the PIs and many collaborators at state environmental agencies in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, and Kentucky show that cyanobacteria are a major environmental issue in the region.
http://water.usgs.gov/wrri/2011grants/Nationa...
You are mentally in need of help. The green color of the river means it's healthy. The water has been that color For at least sixty years.(as long as I remember) Stop posting on topics you no nothing about. Every one in this area knows what a low life liar you are. You shit raking retard.
Elmer
#4 Jun 8, 2012
Pam has got me on the edge of collapsing. I can prove it.
bearer of terror

Detroit, MI

#5 Jun 8, 2012
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/site/...

State of Kansas
State officials are issuing new warnings for high levels of toxic blue-green algae in multiple lakes around the state. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment issued a warning Thursday for Memorial/Veterans Lake in Great Bend. The state is also advising people to avoid contact with Lovewell Reservoir, Milford Lake, Overland Park South Lake, Logan City Lake, Old Herington City Lake, Marion Reservoir, Marion County Lake, and Winfield City Lake. Skin contact can cause allergic reactions. Ingesting the infected water can cause diarrhea, vomiting and even death. Animals can die from drinking too much water affected by the blooms. The toxic bloom sickened more than a dozen people in Kansas last year and killed at least five dogs.
bearer of terror

Detroit, MI

#6 Jun 8, 2012
http://www.kshb.com/dpp/news/region_missouri/...

they say E coli but the picture speaks a thousand words....blue green algae (en masse )
bearer of terror

Detroit, MI

#7 Jun 8, 2012
Elmer wrote:
Pam has got me on the edge of collapsing. I can prove it.
i know you are provoking me, you want me to call you bloboi somemore , you like that title, donchya?....

I've growed up...can you?
Elmer

Winchester, KY

#8 Jun 8, 2012
Pamela, The river is green at normal levels. The algae you speak of. Is a form of plant life and not the waters color. It is a very similar algae to that you see growing around a farm pound. The Kentucky Board of Health and the U.S. department of Ag does water testing on the river to insure it is free of toxins.(Algae test as well) According to their web site, everything is at normal levels.
Please don't post stuff you have only read a little on. You have mistaken the rivers natural color for a toxic algae.
lol

United States

#9 Jun 9, 2012
Pamela Thompson wrote:
Is the rivers still green down there?
http://starj.com/direct/heat_algae_hurting_bu...
DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER
http://ofmpub.epa.gov/tmdl_waters10/attains_w...
Primary Contact Recreation Water ; Recreation: Impaired….Fecal Coliform
http://ofmpub.epa.gov/tmdl_waters10/attains_w...
Also impaired
2011;
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/07/27/dozens-...
Preliminary monitoring data of 240 water bodies, including reservoirs, ponds, lakes, and large rivers, collected by the PIs and many collaborators at state environmental agencies in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, and Kentucky show that cyanobacteria are a major environmental issue in the region.
http://water.usgs.gov/wrri/2011grants/Nationa...
You're closer to the truth than you know Pam. A continuation of data is being collected in the area along w/ samples of acid mine drainage runoff into the creeks leading into the Kentucky. Unfortunately, along w/ the positive local ecoli samples, heavy metals are quite abundant in this region. Habitat assessment results have been pretty horrifying too. What should be there for a healthy environment, is not. I'm not quite sure who Elmer is, but his response just solidifies his ignorance of the subject matter. Your continued interest in the health of the local environment should be encouraged and followed. Kudos!
Elmer

Richmond, KY

#11 Jun 10, 2012
LOL, I don't know where you get your facts. Over the last ten years the amount of run off from coal mines has decreased. In the last ten years the EPA has tightened it water standard quality. The oil fields can no longer pump their salt water from oil drilling into our streams. The ecoli in this areas water out of the river is sixteen parts per million. It takes one thousand times that to make a healthy body mildly sick. When it treated and ready for use there is not a trace. As for heavy metals this is closely watched. Any thing above normal is reported to the state health department. Anyone can go to the treatment plant and check this for themselves.

LoL is Pamela. Everyone knows she lies and rarely has any clue of what she speaks. Nice try Pam but, this alter fooled no one.
for real

Cincinnati, OH

#12 Jun 12, 2012
Elmer, you are a plagiarist. Take a sample of your faucet water and have it tested... high levels of arsenic you will find.
Pamela

Detroit, MI

#13 Jun 12, 2012
Elmer wrote:
LOL, I don't know where you get your facts. Over the last ten years the amount of run off from coal mines has decreased. In the last ten years the EPA has tightened it water standard quality. The oil fields can no longer pump their salt water from oil drilling into our streams. The ecoli in this areas water out of the river is sixteen parts per million. It takes one thousand times that to make a healthy body mildly sick. When it treated and ready for use there is not a trace. As for heavy metals this is closely watched. Any thing above normal is reported to the state health department. Anyone can go to the treatment plant and check this for themselves.
LoL is Pamela. Everyone knows she lies and rarely has any clue of what she speaks. Nice try Pam but, this alter fooled no one.
Elmer, why do you insist on misleading the public with obvious lies?

I remember a clear river and I’m not quite 60 years old yet. After a hard rain, when the river became muddied from run offs, it was a brownish color, not a pea soup green.

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funny

Murphy, NC

#14 Jun 13, 2012
the GREEN RIVER in western ky was surely named a century or 2 ago as was the Red river.

Clear rivers are out west and from glacier water although it would be nice if the river was clear or blue in the deep holes but years of coal mining and sewer pipes and pesticide etc runoff has destroied all the waterways in many states.

We have nukes and we are tearing mother earth apart.
Sucking the oil that cools the core out but we are still typing away on our puters and driving out cars so either get a horse and off the grid or enjoy life as we know it for we are a flash in the pan of time.

And they wrote it all down as the progress of man.
Mr. Peabody's coal mine done hauled paradise away.
funny

Murphy, NC

#15 Jun 13, 2012
coal train*
Elmer

Mount Sterling, KY

#16 Jun 13, 2012
for real wrote:
Elmer, you are a plagiarist. Take a sample of your faucet water and have it tested... high levels of arsenic you will find.
Arsenic is a heavy metal. Arsenic at low levels will build up in a human body to toxic levels. If you had levels above one thousand parts per million. People would be sick and dead in piles within a matter of weeks. There are very low trace amounts of arsenic in everything. Where do you get your facts Pam? If you read this somewhere whom ever printed it was wrong. If you can quote a source like The New England Journal of Medicine. I will accept your facts. The other stuff you print about our river is Bullshit!!
Pamela

Detroit, MI

#17 Jun 13, 2012
you act like the kentucky river is YOURS...freak! the river belongs to all of us you freaking freak.
Elmer

Georgetown, KY

#18 Jun 14, 2012
Pamela wrote:
you act like the kentucky river is YOURS...freak! the river belongs to all of us you freaking freak.
Don't you live in Pontiac? If so you no longer have any part of what goes on in Lee county or Kentucky. That river never did belong to a liar and a trouble making rat like you. You post stupid stuff like the bad green river. That's it's color when it healthy you insane idiot. You should now concern yourself with the project housing in Pontiac. That's where white trash and scum like you wind up.
Exactly

Prospect, TN

#19 Jun 14, 2012
Elmer wrote:
<quoted text>Don't you live in Pontiac? If so you no longer have any part of what goes on in Lee county or Kentucky. That river never did belong to a liar and a trouble making rat like you. You post stupid stuff like the bad green river. That's it's color when it healthy you insane idiot. You should now concern yourself with the project housing in Pontiac. That's where white trash and scum like you wind up.
YOU TELL EM ELMER!
for real

Cincinnati, OH

#20 Jun 14, 2012
the river belongs to God...who GAVE it to EVERYONE...including us "lowlifes" that you like to call us....Elmer do you want to face God after you have called Pam names??
Elmer

Richmond, KY

#21 Jun 14, 2012
for real wrote:
the river belongs to God...who GAVE it to EVERYONE...including us "lowlifes" that you like to call us....Elmer do you want to face God after you have called Pam names??
If I did so justly. She is a liar and white northern trash. I will hound her until hell freezes solid or until she stops posting to Beattyville's forum. If you don't like it find yourself another pass time!
Exactly

Prospect, TN

#22 Jun 15, 2012
YOU TELL EM ELMER!
YOU TELL EM ELMER!
YOU TELL EM ELMER!
YOU TELL EM ELMER!

lol
for real

Dayton, OH

#23 Jun 15, 2012
umm if did so justly....did God give you this special authority? To judge her life? Guess we shall see when the The Book of Life is opened.....

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