Friday, March 2, 2018

Event Update For 2018-03-01

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

2018-03-01 - Unknown rotten egg odor sickens dozens of girls at school in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "Students have been sickened by fumes that prompted an evacuation at their school. Houston Fire Department declared a 'mass casualty incident' after students fell ill at the Young Women's Preparatory Academy in the 1900 block of Cleburne. The principal initially called 911 to report a gas leak after five students reported feeling sick. The school was evacuated and HFD tested the air, but found no gas leak."

Quote: "According to HFD, more than 50 students were taken to various hospitals as a precaution. Some reported headaches, feeling weak, nausea and vomiting, and in some cases, anxiety or asthma attacks."

Quote: "Students started to panic after seeing their friends faint. 'I saw a girl pass out,' said one student. 'I was freaking out.'"

Quote: "As for what caused the putrid rotten egg smell, officials are stumped!"

Note: Apparently 'the authorities' are trying to blame this on roof tar work being done on a roof somewhere in the area. *cough*bullshit*cough* That's obviously not the cause, since they initially reported that they thought this was a gas leak, which means a rotten egg odor, and roof tar work doesn't cause rotten egg odors, nor does it sicken dozens of people in a nearby building. If roof tar work was that dangerous then you'd see roof workers regularly collapsing as they work, or they'd be wearing respirators and hazmat suits to do roofing work, and neither of those is the case. Also, I didn't see anything in the story about the roof workers collapsing or sickening and if that was the cause then obviously they'd have been the very first to sicken. What happens when it's not just 50 sick girls but 50 DEAD girls? Will they still try to blame roof tar? We'll find out! Houston isn't right ON the coast, but the Houston Ship Channel runs to the coast and Houston is pretty near the coast. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2018-03-01 - Unknown gas odor evacuates high school in Crestview (Ohio):

Quote: "Crestview students were released a few minutes early after a strong gas odor developed at the high school on Thursday afternoon. Superintendent Matthew Manley said about three to five minutes before students were scheduled to leave, there was a strong gas odor in an area of the building where there is not a gas line present. The students were asked to quickly exit the building and parents were notified with a one call from Manley."

Quote: "While the cause is not entirely known, Manley said it is believed the gas odor was coming into the building through the air ducts from somewhere outside the building."

Note: So a rotten egg odor that was blowing by in the atmosphere outside got sucked into the school by the HVAC system. That's probably what happened to that school in Houston too, but the gas was more concentrated in the Houston incident...

2018-03-01 - Unknown chemical odor evacuates area in Regina (Canada):

2018-03-01 - Arctic soils releasing ancient carbon:

Quote: "It found an increasing prevalence of older dissolved carbon and carbon dioxide in the waters as the summer advanced. The research also discovered one case of carbon in methane gas that was more than 2,000 years old."

2018-03-01 - Abnormally warm temperatures melting Greenland and the Arctic:

2018-03-01 - Mysterious explosion rattles people in Mifflinburg (Pennsylvania):

2018-03-01 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Marylebone (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Electrical substation explodes and burns in coastal Akwa Ibom (Nigeria):

2018-03-01 - Lobster processing plant destroyed by fire before 3 AM on coastal Deer Island (Maine), nobody there:

Quote: "Thursday’s fire is the second conflagration that has occurred at a Paturel operation on Deer Island in the past six months. A lobster storage site on the other side of the island was destroyed by a fire in September, the CBC reported last fall."

2018-03-01 - California spent nearly $1.8 billion fighting major 2017 wildfires:

2018-03-01 - Passenger train bursts into flame at station in coastal Greenhithe (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads, home heavily damaged, in Gatineau (Canada):

2018-03-01 - Wildfire potential, March through June:

2018-03-01 - Electrical substation explodes and burns in Wokingham (Britain), blackouts ensue:

2018-03-01 - Cellphone bursts into flame at 7 AM on passenger plane at airport in Toronto (Canada), 1 injured:

Quote: "A passenger was burned in a fire caused by a cellphone on board an Air Canada flight this morning, just as the aircraft was preparing to leave Toronto en route to Vancouver. The incident happened at approximately 7 a.m. Thursday on board Air Canada flight AC101, at Pearson International Airport, an airline spokesperson said in a statement to The cellphone owner was injured in the fire, but was able to walk off the plane without assistance to be treated for burns."

2018-03-01 - Landfill fire breaks out in coastal Beverly (Massachusetts):

2018-03-01 - Ship destroyed by massive fire on the Moskva River in Moscow (Russia):

2018-03-01 - Cargo ship 'Michael Putra' hauling vehicles goes up in flames in the Java Sea near the Bangka Belitung Islands (Indonesia):

Quote: "Fire erupted in cargo hold of general cargo ship MICHAEL PUTRA in the afternoon Feb 28 in Java sea, some 15 nm south of Bangka Belitung Islands, in position 03 16S 106 52E. The ship with 20 people on board, crew and passengers, was en route from Tanjung Pinan province, Bintan island. The crew couldn’t control fire, and all people left the ship, being rescued by fishermen. The ship has a cargo of 17 Toyota vehicles, 36 motorbikes and general goods. Understood the ship is adrift, burning."

2018-03-01 - Cargo ship 'Dionysus' damaged by tractor (excavator) fire at 3:30 AM in cargo hold at the Royal Portbury Docks in coastal Portbury, Bristol (Britain):

Quote: "Over 50 firefighters from 11 appliances, including two turntable ladders and the water safety boat have extinguished a fire in the hold of a ship at the docks."

Quote: "The fire had broken out in an excavator in the hold of the ship, and fire crews had an added logistical problem of accessing the centre of the fire in such a difficult location."

2018-03-01 - Boat and motorcycle go up in flames at home in Watsonville (California), nobody there:

Quote: "Firefighters from Pajaro Valley Fire and Watsonville Fire douse a fire that engulfed a motorboat, a motorcycle, a tent and a wood fence Wednesday afternoon on the 100 block of Lita Lane. Division Chief Sean Murray of Pajaro Valley Fire said no injuries were reported and that no one was home at the residence where the 1:05 p.m. blaze occurred."

Note: These are the 231st, 232nd, 233rd and 234th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018, and this is the 433rd tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-03-01 - Six passenger buses destroyed by fire at 1 AM while parked at bus company in Bewsey (Britain):

Quote: "Six coaches have been destroyed in a large fire involving chemicals at a bus depot in Cheshire. The blaze broke out at Fairbrothers Coaches in Catherine Street, Warrington, at about 01:00 GMT."

Note: These are the 154th, 155th, 156th, 157th, 158th and 159th buses to burn in 2018...

2018-03-01 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on the M62 near coastal Liverpool (Britain):

Note: This is the 11th car-hauler to burn in 2018...

2018-03-01 - Tanker truck bursts into flame just before 6 AM at oil site near the Sabine River in Gregg County (Texas):

Quote: "No injuries were reported in an oil site fire Thursday morning, according to Gregg County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Cpl. Josh Tubb. Tubb said crews responded to a fire on a tanker truck at an oil site property off of Texas 49 south of the Sabine River. He said the fire, reported just before 6 a.m., was out by 7:10 a.m."

2018-03-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at stockyard in Presidio (Texas):

2018-03-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Henry County (Georgia):

2018-03-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame shortly after 2 AM on Avenue V in Birmingham (Alabama):

2018-03-01 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire near Rock Valley (Iowa):

Quote: "He says the cause of the fire is undetermined but it started in the room where the tractor was powering the manure pump."

2018-03-01 - Tractor (telehandler) bursts into flame in Llanyblodwel (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Two tractor trailers, barn and 100 tons of hay destroyed by fire on Packington Lane in Coleshill (Britain):

Quote: "Once in attendance it was confirmed that this was 1 single storey barn used for storage, 100 tonnes of hay and 2 heavy goods vehicles that were on fire. "

Note: These are the 434th, 435th, 436th, 437th, 438th, 439th, 440th, 441st and 442nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-03-01 - Snow plow truck bursts into flame on road in coastal Charlottetown (Canada):

2018-03-01 - Truck bursts into flame on I-79 in Harrison County (West Virginia), separate crash too:

Quote: "Traffic is moving again after crews battled a truck fire on I-79 southbound at mile marker 126 Thursday afternoon. Traffic is now delayed northbound near the same location due to a two-vehicle accident."

2018-03-01 - Minivan bursts into flame on Bayside Road in coastal Ellsworth (Maine):

2018-03-01 - SUV bursts into flame on Route 460 in Bedford (Virginia), crashes ensue:

2018-03-01 - Highways England SUV bursts into flame on the M62 near Rishworth (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at store in coastal D'Iberville (Mississippi):

2018-03-01 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-5 near Duwamish Waterway bridge in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2018-03-01 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on street in Topeka (Kansas):

2018-03-01 - Two cars destroyed by fire before 3:30 AM while parked on Court M in Birmingham (Alabama):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartments in Grand Forks (North Dakota):

Quote: "A car fire nearly set a three-story apartment complex up in flames. Just after 5 p.m., Grand Forks Fire Department got a call of a car fully engulfed in flames in the parking lot of Forest Park Apartments."

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Jefferson (Iowa):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame near apartments in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on Everett Avenue in coastal Westerly (Rhode Island), 725 feet from the ocean:

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame just before 6 AM on Route 202 South in Tredyffrin Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in Springfield (Virginia):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame at 3:45 AM on street in Pineridge (Canada):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame at 4:23 AM on Coranderrk Street in Reid (Australia):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on Chester Road in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on the M4 near Bristol (Britain):

Note: I wonder if they could smell the ship burning at the port in Bristol from this car fire...

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame at 1:44 AM on Charles Road in Arleston, Telford (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on the M6 near Rugby (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on M6 slip road near Bedworth (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on Coventry Road in Bedworth (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on the A120 near Frating (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Trailer bursts into flame while parked at furniture store, fire spreads to store, in Reno (Nevada):

2018-03-01 - Two vehicles, RV trailer and mobile home go up in flames at 5:46 AM in Bedford (Indiana):

2018-03-01 - RV trailer and garage go up in flames at home in Prineville (Oregon):

2018-03-01 - Four cars, home and outbuilding destroyed by fire at 3 AM in coastal St Austell (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Barn destroyed by fire in the Town of Royalton (New York), some sheep and chickens killed:

2018-03-01 - Barn and equipment destroyed by fire at 2:40 AM near coastal Nauwigewauk (Canada):

2018-03-01 - Barn damaged by fire on Mill Lane in Pitcombe, Bruton (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck near business in Manalapan (New Jersey):

2018-03-01 - Trash compactor fire breaks out at 2:40 AM at apartment building in coastal Kips Bay, Manhattan (New York), 3 injured:

2018-03-01 - Paper mill damaged by fire at 4:15 AM in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2018-03-01 - Restaurant damaged by fire at 1 AM in coastal Old Saybrook (Connecticut):

2018-03-01 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire in coastal Portmsouth (Virginia):

2018-03-01 - Bar damaged by fire in coastal Anchorage (Alaska):

2018-03-01 - Dry cleaning business destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM in Blenheim (New Zealand), near the coast:

2018-03-01 - Government building housing fire department damaged by fire in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2018-03-01 - Boathouse destroyed by fire at the Thames Ditton Marina on the River Thames near Surbiton (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Beach hut destroyed by fire at coastal Dunster Beach (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Home damaged by fire at 2:20 AM in Paw Paw (Michigan):

2018-03-01 - Home damaged by fire before 4 AM on Richardson Bridge Road in Princeton (North Carolina):

2018-03-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Bayberry Ridge Road in coastal Old Lyme (Connecticut):

2018-03-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Waipahu (Hawaii), nobody there:

2018-03-01 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire in coastal Prince's Bay (New York):

2018-03-01 - Home destroyed by fire before 1 AM in coastal Satellite Beach (Florida):

2018-03-01 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on Cook Street in Portage (Wisconsin):

2018-03-01 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Raytown (Missouri):

2018-03-01 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in coastal Fremont (California):

2018-03-01 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on Chase Lane in Norcross (Georgia):

2018-03-01 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at 3:30 AM near Selma (California), 3 killed:

2018-03-01 - Deadly fire burns home before 3 AM on Tremaine Court in Windsor Mill (Maryland), 1 killed:

2018-03-01 - Deadly fire burns home in Gill (Colorado), 1 killed:

2018-03-01 - Deadly fire destroys home just after 5 AM in Chrisney (Indiana), 2 killed:

2018-03-01 - Deadly fire destroys home shortly after 1 AM in Midlothian (Virginia), 1 killed:

2018-03-01 - Deadly fire burns drug treatment center in coastal Baku (Azerbaijan), 24+ people killed:

2018-03-01 - Vacant building destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in Binghamton (New York):

2018-03-01 - Vacant home burns in coastal Warwick (Rhode Island):

2018-03-01 - Vacant church burns in St. Albans (West Virginia):

2018-03-01 - Vacant commercial building destroyed by fire in coastal San Jose (California):

2018-03-01 - Florida's only coral reef dying off hard from unknown cause:

2018-03-01 - Man, 30, firefighter, found dead at home in Morrisville (Vermont):

Quote: "A fire lieutenant died Feb. 28 after responding to a motor vehicle crash. U.S. Fire Administration reported that Lt. Casey Stephen Kuhns, 30, with the Morrisville Fire Department, responded to the crash on Feb. 27. Later that day, he participated in fire department training. On Feb. 28, he was found dead at home from a cause yet to be determined."

2018-03-01 - Man, 21, dies after being found unconscious in fish house on Leech Lake in Cass County (Minnesota):

2018-03-01 - Man, 28, cop, found dead in submerged pickup truck in Smith Fork Creek near Lebanon (Tennessee):

2018-03-01 - Person found dead in car at business in Pasco (Washington):

2018-03-01 - Boy, 5, dies after being found unconscious in swimming pool at apartments in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2018-03-01 - Man, 40, found dead in RV trailer in Whitley City (Kentucky):

2018-03-01 - Man found dead near business in Grande Prairie (Canada):

2018-03-01 - Man slumps over dead in car at mall in coastal Chaguanas on the island of Trinidad:

2018-03-01 - Man in his 60s found dead in ice cave in Höfsjökull (Iceland):

Quote: "A warning had been issued against going into the ice cave due to dangerous gases, hydrogen sulfide (H2S) forming inside the cave."

2018-03-01 - Boy, 15, drops dead at home in coastal Worli, Mumbai (India):

2018-03-01 - Man, 23, found dead in canal in Mughalpura (Pakistan):

2018-03-01 - Woman, 42, dies while walking to work in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2018-03-01 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane diverts to Frankfurt (Germany):

Quote: "SriLankan Airlines flight UL504 en-route from London to Colombo diverted to and landed safely in Frankfurt airport last night due to a medical emergency, SriLankan Airlines sources said."

2018-03-01 - Cop stops to help woman having 'medical issue', car slams into police car, in coastal Aventura (Florida):

Quote: "'Officers were on scene helping a female at the bus stop who was passed out, she was having a medical issue,' said Aventura Police Sgt. Chris Goranitis..."

2018-03-01 - Person has 'medical emergency' in car on M5 slip road in Gloucestershire (Britain):

2018-03-01 - Twin-engine plane crashes in field near Ferris (Texas), double engine failure:

2018-03-01 - Small plane crashes into the ocean near coastal Ocean City (Maryland), 1 killed, 1 missing:

2018-03-01 - Small plane crashes into canyon in the Blue Mountains just outside Umatilla National Forest (Oregon):

2018-03-01 - Small plane crash-lands near Monroe (Oregon):

2018-03-01 - Small plane runs off runway and hits fence, in coastal Pompano Beach (Florida):

Quote: "A small plane crashed into a fence at Pompano Beach Airpark Thursday, a day after another small plane had its landing gear collapse."

2018-03-01 - Two trains crash in Kom Hamada (Egypt), 12 killed, 22 injured:

2018-03-01 - Unoccupied school bus rolls onto highway and hits car, in West Jordan (Utah):

2018-03-01 - Three tractor trailers, van, SUV and 2 cars crash, fire erupts, on I-290 in Elmhurst (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-03-01 - Two tractor trailers crash just before 11 PM, fire erupts, on I-695 near Randallstown (Maryland), 1 injured:

2018-03-01 - Tractor trailer overturns on road in coastal North Charleston (South Carolina):

2018-03-01 - Tractor trailer overturns on US 277 in Maverick County (Texas):

2018-03-01 - Tractor trailer overturns on road near Webberville (Texas):

2018-03-01 - Car veers off road, hits overpass, bursts into flame, on I-81 in Susquehanna Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

Quote: "The driver killed in a crash on I-81 south in Susquehanna Township Thursday afternoon has been identified, and state police say he may have had a medical issue leading up to the crash. The driver was identified by state police as 55-year-old Jeffrey Samuels, of Harrisburg."

2018-03-01 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in coastal Townsville (Australia), 1 killed:

Quote: "It is understood police will investigate whether or not the man’s death was related to a medical episode suffered prior to the crash."

2018-03-01 - Man, 47, goes berserk on passenger plane after departing from coastal St Petersburg (Russia), man attacks people, tries to attack a baby, strips off clothes:

Quote: "An abusive passenger sparked terror on a Russian flight by sexually assaulting a young woman and trying to 'strangle' several other females, including a child. The 47-year-old also punched and kicked male passengers and at one point tried to attack a baby, reports The Sun."

Quote: "The passenger even started to strip in front of shocked travellers."

2018-03-01 - Swarm of bees attacks and kills man, injures several people, in Thengumarahatta (India):

2018-03-01 - Bear attacks and kills infant, injures several people, in Karnataka (India):

2018-03-01 - Large sinkhole devours chunk of road near Grand Ledge (Michigan):

2018-03-01 - Sinkhole opens on street in Meadville (Pennsylvania):

2018-03-01 - Power grid fails again in Puerto Rico leaving nearly a million people in the dark:

2018-03-01 - Water main breaks in Orinda (California):

2018-03-01 - Woman, 79, pulled unconscious from the water at beach in coastal Waikiki (Hawaii):

2018-03-01 - Arctic heat spasm that created the 'Beast from the East' has southern counterpart:

2018-03-01 - Sudden stratospheric warming and polar amplification, how climate change interacts with the polar vortex:

2018-03-01 - Mt. Shinmoedake erupts on the island of Kyushu (Japan):

2018-03-01 - Storm Emma roars into Britain, army called in, 10 killed:

2018-03-01 - Powerful storm knocks out power in parts of East Texas:

2018-03-01 - Heavy rain and flooding devastate parts of Arkansas:

2018-03-01 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Botswana:

2018-03-01 - Heavy rain, flooding and landslides hit Greece:

2018-03-01 - Concerns about freezing cold on early stone fruit across Southern Europe:

2018-03-01 - Meteor spotted in the sky over Wisconsin:

2018-03-01 - Neutron star that defies all the rules discovered:

2018-03-01 - The US has not had a year of 3 percent economic growth in more than a decade:

2018-03-01 - Indiana bans tattoos on peoples' eyeballs:

2018-03-01 - Colorado Springs adds amnesty boxes at airports to drop off your marijuana before catching a flight:

Quote: "The Colorado Springs airport is seeing an increase of people dropping off their extra pot in what they call 'amnesty boxes.' They are the last chance to get rid of marijuana - which is legal in the state, but illegal on commercial flights - before going through security."


  1. Early morning 2 alarm fire starts in the attic of a commercial building near a creek in central Austin.

  2. One day without power is doable. You get to the 2nd day and you start losing stuff in the fridge, it gets cold in the house, there's a limited amount of "entertainment" (like reading a book or doing a crossword puzzle), but ya get weary knowing you're just passing the time until (IF EVER!!) the power gets restored.
    So it's a pain in the ass, but once the electric is back on, all is forgiven (apparently).

    Powerful nor'easter produces major flooding, leaves 1.6 million homes without power

    More than 1.6 million homes and businesses lost power Friday, March 2, 2018 as powerful nor'easter hit Mid-Atlantic and New England. At least one person was killed and numerous injured. The storm is expected to continue affecting the region into early Saturday. [more]

    Irish weather Storm Emma as it happened - Ireland battens down the hatches as Met Eireann issue two red alerts

    Extreme wind has many passengers vomiting during turbulent descent at Dulles airport, US

    "Very bumpy on descent. Pretty much everyone on the plane threw up," the report said.

    The pilots themselves were not spared.

    "Pilots were on the verge of throwing up," the report read. [more; right out of the movie Airplane!]

    Seven feet of snow follows Northern California's drought

    Record snowfall on Calgary, Alberta - month's worth of snow in 40 hours

    Signs and Portents: Strange newborn calf in East Java, Indonesia has face resembling Persian cat

    [probably has NOTHING WHATSOEVER to do with Fukishima radiation]

    Four skiers killed by avalanche in French Alps with another 2 such deaths in the Pyrenees

    [more below]

  3. North Pole gull brought in by the 'Beast from the East' to Weymouth, UK

    It breeds in Northern Greenland, Canada as well as Siberia and only rare[ly] drifts southwards. [more]

    Cleveland volcano in Alaska erupts, sending ash cloud miles into the sky

    Rottweiler mauls baby girl to death in Inverell, Australia

    Lightning bolt kills 3 family members in Kenya

    Rare snow in the Azores, Portugal

    We’re not saying it’s aliens… But what are these weird things flying in the sky over Milwaukee!

    We’re not saying it’s aliens… But what are these weird things flying in the sky over Milwaukee! Around 4:43 a.m. on Tuesday morning the news team at WITI took a look at one of their tower cameras and saw something odd flying in the sky over downtown Milwaukee. [more]

    What the heck was with those clouds?


    Water disappears in the Pamlico and Neuse rivers in North Carolina!

    Tropical Storm "Dumazile" forms dangerously close to Madagascar

    Tropical Storm "Dumazile" formed very close to Madagascar at 00:00 UTC on March 3, 2018 as the 5th named storm of the 2017/18 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season and the 11th named storm of the 2017/18 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone season. On average, the southern hemisphere has 19 named storms between July 1 and March 2. [more]

    The Supply Side Doctrine Of Shock

    My mistake throughout the past ten years was continually underestimating how willfully ignorant this society would become over the course of the post-Lehman Shock Doctrine cycle. Mass delusion reigns supreme because the lamestream media must spoon feed the old age home their daily dose of pablum to contradict everything going on in reality. They can't admit that it's over, so they just pretend that it's not. It won't work... [more]

  4. Unfortunately another Nor'easter might be in the works for March 7th-9th:

    ....and, 89 days before the official Hurricane season starts, conditions are already favorable for tropical storm formation. Gulf is insanely warm:

  5. An update to the report of the building fire in Austin this morning....turns out it was an abandoned school building that was scheduled for demolition in a few months. It was being used for storage. So yeah, my bet is this is a JJFH event.

  6. Good stuff, Mike! Keep 'em comin'! I heard about the "new" Nor'easter before the one we just got slammed by even hit, so it's expected, but not welcome. There are so many branches and trees down, some with wires from poles included on the ground, all over the roads around here. If you're in tree work, you'll never be out of business due to lack of tree problems around here.