The mystery of Flood 2010
August 28, 2010 1 Comment
In the month of June 2010 the chief of Pakistan meteorological department categorically gave the statement of of normal rain spell in the coming monsoon of 2010.
There were two incidents of avalanche and land slides in Balitistan areas in early month of June but no abnormality of flow of streams was noted in main channels.
Even atta bad lake which was being considered as water bomb for downstream, didn’t create any kind of flood situation in the low side of Neelam and kohala rivers which ultimately raised the level of Tabella dam under safe borderlines.
Lets first create the line tracing of water channels which ensued this super flood 2010
The ultimate source of the Indus is in Tibet; it begins at the confluence of the Sengge and Gar rivers that drain the Nganglong Kangri and Gangdise Shan mountain ranges. The Indus then flows northwest through Ladakh–Baltistan into Gilgit, just south of the Karakoram range. The Shyok, Shigar and Gilgit streams carry glacial waters into the main river. It gradually bends to the south, coming out of the hills between Peshawar and Rawalpindi. The Indus passes gigantic gorges 4,500-5,200 metres (15,000-17,000 feet) high near the Nanga Parbat massif. It swiftly flows across Hazara, and is dammed at the Tarbela Reservoir. The Kabul River joins it near Attock. The remainder of its route to the sea is in plains of the Punjab and Sindh, and the river becomes slow-flowing and highly braided. It is joined by Panjnad River at Mithankot. Beyond this confluence, the river, at one time, was named Satnad River (sat = seven, nadi = river), as the river was now carrying the waters of Kabul River, Indus River and the five Punjab rivers. Passing by Jamshoro, it ends in a large delta to the east of Thatta.
The link provided is truly matching by Indian researchers too who have same kind of conclusive evidence that Himalayas are less vulnerable to temperature change which is mentioned in this report or highlighted by many environmentalists.
Himalayan Glaciers Not Melting
Submitted by Doug L. Hoffman on Fri, 11/13/2009 –
1. Himalayan glaciers are growing, not shrinking
Things are not as they seemed to be in the IPCC report. Not only are the Himalayan glaciers not shrinking, but they’re growing.
Flow area of River Indus and Kabul which showed extreme flooding was not even apprehended by Pakistan meteorological department and Suparco .
Some meteorologists are blaming the Russian heat wave since the date of 20 to 27 July 2010 had partially contributed to develop low pressure areas on Tibeti mountains but violent and unexpected flood originated from Tibet flow channels is still a big mystery.
Read the facts
- There is no abnormal rain fall and dry spell for many years and that has increased the absorptivity level of soil of rain drains so such kind of environmental changes far away in Russia or 25%increase in monsoon rain fall cant break the record of 1929 where such level of high water level was recorded.
There is huge difference between ages of 1929 and 2010.
Now we have many dams and huge canals network , available to store this precious water for which we are desperate for many years.
- Till 15th of June temperature was still in low side so nothing abnormal was seen since the last week of July started.
- There is another chance that slow melting of glaciers is creating invisible lakes which are triggered toward collapse and can be reason of huge water flow even in less magnitude of change in atmosphere is observed and hence create abnormal curve of water flows.
So whatt could have happened unusual at the onward dates of 26 july 2010 that caused such unexpected flow of water which even couldnt be seen by SUPARCO satellites that are responsible of keeping a watch on our glaciers and flow streams with the help of NASA.
The last report under the topic ” A study of Natural glaciers in Northern Pakistan made by SUPARCO scientists (RO mode) is surely revealing the shrinking of glaciers toward hunza , swat and Balitistan area and this process is going on for last many years.
In this report it is provided that in each year there is significant reduction in flow of Indus water, although there exits normal monsoon seasons.
My second point of observation is if somehow we accept this disaster as an ineffectiveness of our flood warning and control system then why we couldnt save the southern Punjab up to belt of Baluchistan and still lands of sindh are being inundated with this calculated flow released from barrages and dams.
Now voices from public and reports coming on media that ruling l groups including miltiary and feudal icons were coming forward to divert the flow of rivers for saving miltiary bases and lands and farm houses of influential land lords.
Pakistan meteorological department and SUPARCO were many times contacted to get the data and satellite images northern areas that had tend to swollen flows but no response was provided to me or they are not interested to share such data to private people which can give us conclusive evidences of what happened unusually in the last week of July.