Sunday, July 9, 2017

Event Update For 2017-07-08

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2017-07-08 - Thousands of methane bubbles inflating and getting ready to blow in Siberia, some have already exploded and burned:

Quote: "Scientists estimate more than 7,000 dangerous methane 'bumps' have formed in the region over the last couple of years."

2017-07-08 - Methane spewing from the ocean at the East Siberian Arctic Shelf:

2017-07-08 - Carbon in the atmosphere is rising, even as emissions stabilize:

2017-07-08 - Heatwave shatters long-standing temperature records in California:

Quote: "A blistering heat wave has broken a 131-year-old record in Los Angeles. The National Weather Service reports that the temperature hit 98 degrees Saturday in downtown Los Angeles. That beats a record of 95 degrees for the date set in 1886. Other records for the day fell at the weather service office in Oxnard and nearby Camarillo, both in Ventura County. Oxnard reached 90 degrees, up from 87 back in 1992. Camarillo registered 88 degrees, topping a 1997 record of 87. Temperatures in the city of Riverside reached 108 degrees, beating a record of 106 set in 1908. Elsinore also set a new record. Temperatures there rose to 114 degrees, the highest since 1921. On Friday, Palm Springs hit 122 degrees. Its previous high for July 7 was 117 back in 1976. Southern California is under an excessive heat warning with triple-digit temps expected in valleys and inland areas."

2017-07-08 - Van bursts into flame and kills man at underpass in coastal London (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters were called to a van alight on the A3 Tolworth Underpass yesterday evening (Saturday 8 July). The fire completely damaged the van and sadly a man was pronounced dead at the scene. The Brigade was called at 2145 and the incident was over by 2228."

2017-07-08 - Electrical substation damaged by explosion and fire in Northridge (California), blackouts ensue:

Quote: "Smoke could be seen for miles after an electrical fire and explosion erupted inside a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power facility in Northridge, leaving many people without power on a hot Saturday."

2017-07-08 - Six-story condo building under construction destroyed by mammoth fire in Kelowna (Canada):

Quote: "Hundreds of people have been ordered out of their homes in Kelowna, B.C., on Saturday after a six-storey condo development under construction caught fire and collapsed."

2017-07-08 - SUV fire ignites massive wildfire near Lake Cachuma (California), evacuations ensue:

Quote: "The blaze, which was sparked by a car fire, started about 1:40 p.m., according to the California Highway Patrol."

Note: Not too shocking...

2017-07-08 - At least 138 wildfires erupt in British Columbia (Canada), state of emergency declared:

Quote: "There were are more than 180 fires burning around the province on Saturday, according to the B.C. Wildfire Service. The service said there were 138 confirmed wildfire starts in one day across the province, mostly in the central Interior."

2017-07-08 - Apartment building explodes in Kiev (Ukraine), 2 killed, several injured:

Note: This is the 201st residential explosion in 2017...

2017-07-08 - Warehouse destroyed by explosion and fire in Painesville (Ohio):

Quote: "According to the business' website, they make metallic pigments for the paint industry. The building was closed at the time of the fire and no one was injured. The company crushes metals into powder."

2017-07-08 - Landfill erupts in flame in Saskatoon (Canada):

2017-07-08 - Houseboat explodes into flame on Lake Cumberland in Wayne County (Kentucky), 3 injured:

2017-07-08 - Five boats destroyed by fire at dock in coastal Everett (Washington):

Quote: "Smoke could be see as far as the Hewitt Avenue Trestle. A total of 5 boats were destroyed. 4 went to the bottom and another was damaged but still afloat."

2017-07-08 - Yacht bursts into flame, burns and sinks, near coastal Airlie Beach (Australia):

2017-07-08 - Yacht explodes and burns near coastal Porto-Vecchio (France):

Quote: "The accident could have turned into a tragedy. A boat with 10 passengers on board caught fire yesterday morning after the explosion of its engine. The open-type boat was about a dozen yards away, about 150 meters from the shore, opposite the Punta d'Oro in Porto-Vecchio."

2017-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame at Mansion Marina in coastal Great Kills (New York), 1 injured:

2017-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame on the Mississippi River in Clinton (Iowa):

2017-07-08 - Boat bursts into flame 500 miles off the coast of South Florida, US Air Force reserves rescue people:

Quote: "Air Force reserve personnel have rescued two German citizens after their sailboat caught fire far out at sea. A news release Saturday from the 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, said the German father and son were rescued about 500 miles (800 kilometers) from the South Florida coast using long-range aircraft that refuel during flight. Their names and hometowns were not immediately released. A base spokeswoman said the 48-year-old son suffered burns on his legs. He and his 66-year-old father were taken to an Orlando hospital."

Note: These are the 579th though 589th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-07-08 - Passenger bus bursts into flame while parked at bus station in Derby (Britain):

Quote: "Scores of people were evacuated from Derby bus station and buses were prevented from entering the bays on Saturday morning because of a fire. Smoke had been spotted coming from the rear engine compartment of a stationary bus in one of the bays just after 11.30am this morning and firefighters from Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service's Nottingham Road station were called."

2017-07-08 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the A38 near Middlemoor (Britain):

Note: These are the 475th and 476th buses to burn in 2017...

2017-07-08 - Car-hauler bursts into flame and explodes on Highway 10 near Brome Lake (Canada):

Quote: "Part of Highway 10 in the Eastern Townships has reopened after a truck transporting cars exploded Saturday afternoon and caused the eastbound lanes to be shut down for about 45 minutes. Around 1 p.m., the driver was travelling east on the highway near kilometre 90, which is near Brome Lake, when he noticed smoke coming out the truck, according to Sûreté du Québec Const. Hélène Nepton. He pulled over and soon after, it exploded."

Note: This is the 40th car-hauler to burn in 2017...

2017-07-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near North Platte (Nebraska):

2017-07-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 95 near Winchester (Idaho):

2017-07-08 - Tractor goes up in flames near Rockton (Illinois):

2017-07-08 - Tractor, RV trailer and garage destroyed by fire at home in Maxwell (Iowa), 1 injured:

Quote: "Homeowners say some of the items lost in the fire were an antique hobby tractor, a new hot tub, and a camper."

2017-07-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 401 in Augusta Township, Ontario (Canada):

Note: These are the 1211th, 1212th, 1213th, 1214th, 1215th and 1216th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-07-08 - Truck bursts into flame along Juniper Ridge Road in Redmond (Oregon):

2017-07-08 - RV bursts into flame on I-495 near River Road in Montgomery County (Maryland):

2017-07-08 - RV bursts into flame in the Teton Pass (Wyoming):

Note: These are the 319th and 320th RVs to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-07-08 - Van bursts into flame near community swimming pool in Orchard Mesa (Colorado):

2017-07-08 - Van bursts into flame while parked on Lakeland Crescent in Bury (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Wedding limousine bursts into flame on street in coastal Halifax (Canada):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at apartment building on Riverside Drive in Austin (Texas), medical call at same apartments too:

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at the Monroe Post Office on Madison Avenue in Monroe (Georgia):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on I-20 in Conyers (Georgia):

2017-07-08 - Two cars go up in flames at 1:05 AM while parked on The Elms in Egremont (Britain):

Quote: "Two vehicles on fire on The Elms in Egremont(Copeland) 8 Jul 2017 At 01:05 firefighters were called to a vehicle fire on The Elms in Egremont. On arrival, firefighters found two vehicles were affected on the roadway, close to other parked cars. Firefighters used two hose reel jets to extinguish the fires."

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at 1:23 AM while parked at home on Highfield Road in Bilton, Rugby (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at 3:06 AM on the M5 near Worcester (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Westwey Road in coastal Weymouth (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on the M40 near Leamington Spa (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at The Bell Inn on High Street in Hillmorton (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame at 11:22 PM on the A352 in Holnest (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Car bursts into flame on Sprowston Road in Norwich (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame, ignites wildfire, on the Crater Lake Highway near Crater Lake (Oregon):

2017-07-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M6 near Stoke-On-Trent (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at 3:01 AM while parked at home on Alcester Road in Studley (Britain):

2017-07-08 - Scooter bursts into flame at 12:39 AM on Somerby Road in Scunthorpe (Britain), 8 miles from the coast:

Quote: "Somerby Road, Scunthorpe. Sat 8 Jul 2017 00:39 (No:14823) Scooter fire. One hose reel in use."

2017-07-08 - Lawn tractor bursts into flame at home, fire spreads to home, in Solon (Iowa), 1300 feet from the Iowa River:

2017-07-08 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire at home in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2017-07-08 - Barn destroyed by fire in Conestoga Township (Pennsylvania):

2017-07-08 - Barn destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM in Omaha (Nebraska):

2017-07-08 - Barn destroyed by fire at home in Grand Junction (Colorado), nobody there:

2017-07-08 - Barn destroyed by fire in the wee hours near Papillion (Nebraska):

2017-07-08 - Wildfire rages south of Oroville (California), 10 structures destroyed, including homes:

2017-07-08 - Wildfire grows to 6000 acres near Twitchell Reservoir (California):

2017-07-08 - Brush fire breaks out near Camp Far West Reservoir (California):

2017-07-08 - Wildfire grows to 11,700 acres west of Craig (Colorado), no containment:

2017-07-08 - Wildfire burns 1000 acres along the San Pedro River in Pinal County (Arizona), 3 homes destroyed:

Quote: "The Pinal County Sheriff's Office says the Roach Fire, as it has been named, sparked Friday night in the area of Palo Verde and Cholla roads and is primarily burning in the San Pedro River. The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management said Saturday afternoon the fire had burned 1,000 acres and was 15% contained. As of that point, it had destroyed 11 structures and another 200 remained threatened."

2017-07-08 - Strip mall heavily damaged by fire in Dallas (Texas):

2017-07-08 - Furniture business destroyed by fire in Bellwood (Nebraska):

2017-07-08 - Paper mill heavily damaged by fire in Cedar Rapids (Iowa):

2017-07-08 - School building destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2017-07-08 - Eight-story garment factory heavily damaged by huge fire in Dhaka (Bangladesh), dozens injured in panic:

2017-07-08 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 1 AM, fire spreads to home, in Ravenswood, Chicago (Illinois):

2017-07-08 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2017-07-08 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:30 AM in coastal Venice (Florida), 1 killed:

2017-07-08 - Deadly fire burns home at 2:44 AM in Oneida (New York), 2 killed:

2017-07-08 - Deadly fire burns home in Bolton (Britain), 4 killed:

2017-07-08 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in the wee hours in Crosby (Texas), 3 killed:

2017-07-08 - Vacant mobile home burns at 3:17 AM in Muscatine (Iowa):

2017-07-08 - Vacant home burns, fire spreads to adjacent home, in Alton (Illinois):

2017-07-08 - Vacant home burns in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2017-07-08 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 11:30 PM in coastal Vallejo (California):

2017-07-08 - Naked man in his 30s found dead near Human Services building in Muskogee (Oklahoma):

2017-07-08 - Naked man found dead near US 95 in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2017-07-08 - Man drops dead at school in Redlands (California):

Quote: "Redlands police are investigating the death of an unidentified man found early Saturday evening on the campus of Smiley Elementary School. There are 'no immediate signs of foul play,' said Carl Baker, a Redlands police spokesman."

2017-07-08 - Man released by cops, has 'medical emergency' and drops dead, in coastal Fields Landing (California):

2017-07-08 - Person found dead in the water near the Port of Los Angeles in coastal Wilmington (California):

2017-07-08 - Man in his 50s drops dead on footpath near Kmart in Taft (California):

2017-07-08 - Boy, 7, found dead in Shasta Lake (California):

2017-07-08 - Man, 25, found dead in Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri):

2017-07-08 - Person drops dead along Northeast Adams Street in Peoria (Illinois):

2017-07-08 - Woman found dead along the Kankakee River in Wilmington (Illinois):

2017-07-08 - Woman drops dead near highway in Portland (Oregon):

2017-07-08 - College student, man, 22, found dead in pond in Lancaster (South Carolina):

2017-07-08 - Man, 42, found dead in the Ohio River near Clarksburg (Indiana):

2017-07-08 - Girl, 6, found dead in swimming pool at hotel in coastal Wildwood (New Jersey):

2017-07-08 - Boy, 8, found dead in pond in Brownsburg (Indiana):

2017-07-08 - Woman, 74, found dead in the Mayo River near Mayodan (North Carolina):

2017-07-08 - Man found dead in Moses Lake (Washington):

2017-07-08 - Man, 46, found dead in hotel room in Warren (Ohio):

2017-07-08 - Man, 67, found dead in Academy Creek in Brunswick (Georgia):

2017-07-08 - Man drops dead in field near River Road in Upshur County (West Virginia):

2017-07-08 - Man found dead in yard in Rochester (New York):

2017-07-08 - Woman found dead outside apartment building in Bryan (Texas):

2017-07-08 - Man found dead in the Yamaska River in Saint-Damase (Canada):

2017-07-08 - Man found dead in Ashbridges Bay in Toronto (Canada):

2017-07-08 - Man, 34, found dead in the water near coastal Ras al-Sakher (Lebanon):

2017-07-08 - Boy, 7, found dead in swimming pool in Madhya Pradesh (India):

2017-07-08 - Man found dead in the Kaituna River near Rotorua, and man slumps over dead in car at beach in coastal Motueka (New Zealand):

2017-07-08 - Man, 37, has 'medical emergency', SUV slams into the Kosciuszko Bridge in coastal Brooklyn (New York), 1 killed:

Quote: "A 37-year-old motorist suffered a medical emergency, lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a wall at the entrance to the Kosciuszko Bridge — becoming the first fatality on the new $555 million span between Brooklyn and Queens, police said Saturday."

2017-07-08 - Small plane crashes at beach on coastal Point Mugu (California), one of the occupants has heart attack and dies:

Quote: "The man who suffered a heart attack was taken to a hospital, where he died, according to the Ventura County Sheriff's Department."

2017-07-08 - Small plane crashes into field in Craighead County (Arkansas), 1 killed:

2017-07-08 - Small plane crashes into retention pond in Beverly (Ohio), 2 killed:

2017-07-08 - Small plane crashes into the Yellowstone River near Big Timber (Montana):

2017-07-08 - Small plane makes emergency landing in field near Walters (Oklahoma), engine failure, 2 lightly injured:

2017-07-08 - Helicopter crashes and burns in field in Dubois County (Indiana), 1 injured:

2017-07-08 - Transit bus hits cars and war memorial in Brookline, Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2017-07-08 - Passenger bus hits two cars, in coastal Durban (SOuth Africa), 2 killed, 5 injured:,-five-injured-in-Durban-crash-20170708

2017-07-08 - Tanker truck overturns in Wells Township (Michigan):

2017-07-08 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-65 in Indianapolis (Indiana), 1 injured:

2017-07-08 - Heavy truck crashes into the Nile River near Kampala (Uganda), 3 killed:

2017-07-08 - Car hits tow truck head-on at 12:10 AM, on I-5 in coastal San Diego (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Hernandez says she heard the tow truck driver screaming as he pulled himself out of his burning truck. 'I saw him on fire running — the guy was on fire,' Hernandez said."

2017-07-08 - Car veers off road, hits car and rec center, in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida), 1 injured:

2017-07-08 - Car veers off road at 7 AM, hits pole, in Orlando (Florida), 2 killed:

2017-07-08 - Car veers off road, hits fence, bursts into flame, in La Quinta (California), 1 killed:

2017-07-08 - Car veers off road, crashes into ditch, in the Township of Lincoln (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

2017-07-08 - Alligator attacks and injures golf ball diver at golf course in Rotonda (Florida):

2017-07-08 - Huge sinkhole swallows street and bus in Veracruz (Mexico):

2017-07-08 - Apartment building partially collapses in Feltonville (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2017-07-08 - Power outage blacks out homes in Hollywood (California):

2017-07-08 - Boy, 16, pulled unconscious from the North Platte River (Nebraska):

Quote: "Police and the fire department responded to the riverfront, where the boy, 16, was 'breathing but in need of medical attention,' Reeves said. He added that the boy had been swimming with family and friends when someone he was with noticed him floating in the water. The boy was taken to Great Plains Health by ambulance. A medical condition may have caused the near-drowning, Reeves said."

2017-07-08 - Distraught man calls 911 before 6:15 AM, requests suicide-by-cop, gets what he asked for, near coastal Lacey (Washington):

Quote: "The shooting occurred on southbound Interstate 5 near Carpenter Road just before 6:15 a.m., Trooper Brooke Bova said.  The man reportedly called 911 and asked for 'suicide by cop.' He told the dispatcher that he was distraught and had a knife. He also said he would attack any police officer who pulled him over and indicated that he was driving unsafely and at a high rate of speed."

2017-07-08 - Volcano Bogoslof erupts again, spews towering ash cloud, in the Aleutian Islands (Alaska), aviation alert issued:

Quote: "The Alaska Volcano Observatory says the Bogoslof volcano erupted at 10:15 a.m. Saturday Alaska time, creating an ash cloud that rose to 5.6 miles (9 kilometers) above sea level. The agency issued a red, or warning, alert to aviation because of the ash cloud."

2017-07-08 - Hopes of mild climate change dashed by new research – 'All the models show there is an amplification of the amount of warming in the future':

2017-07-08 - Arctic sea ice is ebbing faster than normal, and by September it could bottom out at a very low level:

2017-07-08 - Sea level rise isn’t just happening, it’s getting faster:

2017-07-08 - Climate more sensitive to CO2 than once thought:

2017-07-08 - Mountains are warming twice as fast as the rest of the world:

2017-07-08 - Antarctica is melting, and giant ice cracks are just the start:

2017-07-08 - Sunnier skies driving Greenland surface melt:

2017-07-08 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hitting lakes and ponds in coastal New York City (New York):

2017-07-08 - Fierce lightning storm hits Auckland (New Zealand):

2017-07-08 - 88-pound meteor strikes the moon causing a massive explosion:

2017-07-08 - CERN discovers subatomic particle with double dose of 'charm':


  1. Good morning, Jonny - another day of death and destruction amid mind-numbing 24/7 media distraction. Thanks for keeping us up to date on how bad it's becoming. Fires, accidents, weird weather, methane pluming steadily (and in bursts) into the atmosphere, people and other life stricken suddenly dead - all that and more being documented here by our host.

    EPA axes 38 more science advisers, cancels panel meetings – “This says to me that they do not want objective science”

    Video: EPA launching program to challenge climate science

    Climate change is not good – Rebuttal to op-ed supporting U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord

    Grapes shrivel as Spanish farmers lament a relentless drought

    New heat wave bakes Southwest U.S.

    Friday's heat wave brought high levels of ground-level ozone pollution to the affected region. Ground level ozone, which is created from chemical reactions between volatile organic carbon (VOC) compounds and nitrogen oxides in the presence of sunlight, is created more readily at warmer temperatures. The heat helped these chemical reactions occur faster, resulting in ozone pollution that topped out in the “Unhealthy” (red) range in the valleys of California and near Phoenix. The heat was accompanied by light winds, which allowed pollution levels to build. These concentrations were as much as 50% higher than the federal standard for hazardous level of ozone, and were capable of causing increased risk of stroke, heart attack and breathing problems for sensitive groups. Even people not unusually sensitive to air pollution could have seen adverse health effects from pollution levels this high. [more]

    Industrial farming disrupts burn-regrowth cycle in grasslands, study finds – “Humans are interrupting the ancient, natural cycle of burning and recovery”

    [been doin' that for over 10,000 years - since agriculture began]

    Climate change-induced migration from Central America

    [it's not just the Middle East and Africa]

    Coal on the rise in China, U.S., India after major 2016 drop – “Coal consumption will continue to increase, mainly driven by Asian countries”


    [more below]


  2. State of emergency declared for Louisiana coast by Gov. John Bel Edwards – Order requests Trump to “recognize and declare the coastal crisis”

    Fires rise in Arctic as “lightning follows the warming”

    Update: Japan floods death toll rises to 20 after 'unprecedented' rainfall

    Security camera records dog's violent attack on 7-year-old boy in Manor, Texas

    Dog mauls to death 78-year-old owner in South Korea

    Wildfires rage during California's record-breaking heatwave

    Dying Middle Class: The Number Of Americans That Can’t Afford Their Own Homes Has More Than Doubled

    Advanced Modeling Technique Suggests Extreme Coastal Sea Levels More Likely

    Rapidly Intensifying Hurricane Eugene grows to a category 3 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.

    Lightning from cloudless skies, prolonged heatwave and strong winds turn British Colombia into a giant inferno over the weekend!

    At least 26 people killed and several injured by lightening strikes in India: Lightning strikes on the rise due to climate change

    Record breaking heatwaves turn the south west of US into 'Dante's Inferno': Massive fires in California and Arizona blazing out of control (video)

    [good pics]

    25 Fossil Fuel Producers Responsible for Half Global Emissions in Past 3 Decades

    The highest-emitting publicly traded, investor-owned companies since 1988 are ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, Chevron, Peabody and BHP Billiton, according to the report. The top state-owned emitters include Saudi Aramco, Gazprom and National Iranian Oil. [more]

    Red Flag Warnings in seven states


  3. Out-of-control bus crushes car in horrific fatal motorway pile-up (VIDEO)

    The bus driver said in police statement that he was drowsy at the time [more; bet THAT woke him up]

    Trump cannot improve relations with Russia when his government and the US media oppose improved relations

    Older Americans unable to retire; many are working past 70


    June crop losses you are not hearing about

    [aside from his mini-Ice Age slant, the crop losses are real; erratic, unpredictable weather is the signature of climate change]

    This ain't normal, folks: Cancer now more common than getting married and having a baby

    Tim’s Latest

    [10.75 min video]

    Appeals court rules against EPA in methane gas regulations – “This ruling slams the brakes on the Trump administration's brazen efforts to put the interests of corporate polluters ahead of protecting the public and the environment”

    A U.S. federal appeals court ruled Monday that Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt lacks the authority to suspend rules that oil and gas companies monitor and fix methane gas leaks.
    Two of the three judges on the panel wrote that an order delaying such a rule is the same thing as revoking it.
    Pruitt said in April he wanted to put its enforcement on hold for 90 days, later saying he wanted to extend it for two years.
    He argued that oil and gas companies are already monitoring methane leaks and that the federal regulations would make some wells unprofitable.
    Several environmental groups sued to stop Pruitt.
    “This ruling … slams the brakes on the Trump administration's brazen efforts to put the interests of corporate polluters ahead of protecting the public and the environment,” National Resources Defense Council official David Doniger said. This was one of the groups that sued to stop the EPA. [more]

    Central Banksters Giveth Fake Wealth And Taketh Away...

    Social Mood is turning down at the exact same time as Central Banksters remove liquidity

    Outside of Amazon, the rest of retail got obliterated [more]

    [see especially his chart of the S & P 500 dropping like a pingpong ball, losing oomph and only rising a fraction of what it was before - every Monday since the middle of June]


  4. Hey Jonny. I hope Fran is listening in on this one - we have strange happenings afoot here in PA. To begin with, the day I got home from CA, it was discovered that Sunoco Pipeline polluted an aquifer damaging the water to at least 25 homes on wells in the Exton area via a punctured (newly installed) pipeline. It's being cleaned up. Also over the weekend 4 young men (18 - 21) went missing. 2 one day then 2 the next day. State police are working with various township police departments. Last night there was a shooting in Downingtown (very rare event). Two of the stories are on NBC - 10 the pipeline I had to search for (hmmmm).

    Man in Custody Possibly Connected to 4 Missing Young Men in Bucks County, Pennsylvania: Source

    Sunoco resumes drilling Mariner East pipeline in Chester County

    Sunoco Pipeline LP said it resumed horizontal drilling of its Mariner East 2 underground pipeline near Exton on Saturday after temporarily suspending operations last week when a dozen Chester County families complained the drilling impaired their private water wells. [more]

    [found this while I was at it]
    4-Year-Old Girl Who Was Pulled from Jersey Shore Lake Dies 4 Days Later

    [mentions the one you posted above in Wildwood]

    Shark Bites Swimmer Off Miami-Area Beach

    In other news:
    Military plane crashes in Mississippi; 5 dead

    [no mention of a cause for the giant C - 130 crash]

    Reefer madness: Lack of weed prompts 'state of emergency' in Nevada

    There's a reefer shortage madness in Nevada, where - after just one week of recreational marijuana sales - supplies are drying up. The governor has approved an "emergency regulation" to ease licensing to keep the new industry puffing along. [more; PLEASE! (ba-dum, tsssh)]

    Deadly floods leave at least 13 dead with hundreds homeless in Nigeria

    The GMO agenda takes a menacing leap forward with EPA's silent approval of Monsanto/Dow's RNAi corn

    Without much more than a whisper from the mainstream media, Monsanto's newest Frankenfood has received full EPA approval and will be arriving on dinner plates by the end of the decade. The implications of this are harrowing, to say the least. [more]

    Alabama health officials warn of flesh-eating bacteria throughout the state