Sunday, March 25, 2018

Event Update For 2018-03-24

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

2018-03-24 - Two warehouses destroyed by fire, another damaged, at Army chemical weapons depot near Pueblo (Colorado):

2018-03-24 - Mixed-use building heavily damaged by fire just before 1 AM in coastal Manhattan (New York), 8 injured:

Quote: "An early morning blaze sent Harlem residents fleeing for their lives early Saturday, a little more than 24 hours after a firefighter was killed fighting flames further uptown."

2018-03-24 - Seven cars destroyed by fire while parked at service center near Cayuga Lake in Union Springs (NY):

2018-03-24 - Two cars destroyed by fire while parked at restaurant in The Colony (Texas):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking garage in coastal Newport Beach (California):

2018-03-24 - Huge mulch fire breaks out near I-75 in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida):

2018-03-24 - Huge mulch fire breaks out near Lake Travis (Texas):

2018-03-24 - Mount Etna Europe's most active volcano is on the move, billions of ton of rock sliding toward the Mediterranean Sea:

2018-03-24 - Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes in the ocean near Papua New Guinea:

2018-03-24 - Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes in the ocean at the Southeast Indian Ridge:

2018-03-24 - Five earthquakes, magnitudes 2.6 to 3.0, strike northeast of Enid (Oklahoma):

2018-03-24 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Darling Downs (Australia), 1 injured:

Quote: "A house fire in Darling Downs that left a man with burns to 30 per cent of his body has been deemed non-suspicious by Arson Squad detectives. The man suffered serious burns after a suspected explosion at the property. The fire destroyed the home, leaving a damage bill of $400,000."

Note: This is the 86th residential explosion in 2018...

2018-03-24 - Passenger ship 'Chowra' damaged by fire in coastal Port Blair in the Andaman Islands (India):

Quote: "Fire erupted in one of crew cabins of passenger cargo ship CHOWRA in the morning Mar 23, the ship is berthed at Port Blair, Andaman Islands, India. Crew weren’t able to extinguish fire by own means, firefighters were called, fire was put under control, understood extinguished. Several crew cabins were damaged or destroyed by fire, no injures reported."

2018-03-24 - Diving boat bursts into flame near coastal Phi Phi Island (Thailand):

Quote: "Nearly 40 tourists escaped unscathed when a diving boat they were travelling in caught fire near an island in Krabi late Saturday night. The boat commuters jumped into the sea when the fire started and waited for help. Fortunately, a nearby boat could rush in time to rescue all the stranded tourists."

Note: These are the 297th and 298th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-03-24 - Tour bus bursts into flame on I-10 near Benson (Arizona):

2018-03-24 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on road near Kenora (Canada):

Note: These are the 207th and 208th buses to burn in 2018...

2018-03-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just before 6 AM on the Florida Turnpike in Plantation (Florida):

2018-03-24 - Tractor bursts into flame while parked in barn in coastal Newington (New Hampshire):

2018-03-24 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire at 1:45 AM in North Codorus Township (Pennsylvania), horse and mule killed:

Quote: "The barn housed the family's tractor, horse feed, hay and accessories."

2018-03-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after midnight on road in Bicester (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Tractor bursts into flame at Pathfields Industrial Estate on Lime Way in South Molton (Britain):

Note: These are the 596th, 597th, 598th, 599th and 600th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-03-24 - Ambulance bursts into flame on Route 8 in Glenshaw (Pennsylvania):

2018-03-24 - RV bursts into flame while parked at Mosquito Creek near Inglewood (Australia):

Note: This is the 152nd RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-03-24 - Van bursts into flame along the coast on the Kamehameha Highway on the island of Oahu (Hawaii):

2018-03-24 - Minivan bursts into flame at Heathrow Airport in coastal London (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in King Ferry (New York), near Cayuga Lake:

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on Route 6 in coastal Harwich (Massachusetts):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame at 11 PM in parking lot in North Haven (Connecticut):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-65 in Louisville (Kentucky):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on Acland Silverleigh Road in Greenwood (Australia):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on the Eastern Express Highway in coastal Thane (India):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on Middle Road outside Harbury (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on the M42 in Warwickshire (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Car bursts into flame at 1:37 AM on Fulbeck Way in coastal Widnes (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Salisbury Close in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Salisbury Close, Scunthorpe. Sat 24 Mar 2018 16:57 (No:05380) Motorcycle on fire, one hose reel in use."

2018-03-24 - Lawnmower bursts into flame and burns man in Unanderra (Australia):

2018-03-24 - Car and garage destroyed by fire on Barr Road in coastal Gravesend (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Barn heavily damaged by fire in Takapau (New Zealand):

2018-03-24 - Brush fire grows to 3,000 acres in coastal Naples (Florida), smoke sickening people:

2018-03-24 - Brush fire breaks out near Thonotosassa (Florida):

2018-03-24 - Forest fire rages in coastal Gilan Province (Iran):

2018-03-24 - Law firm damaged by fire in Delmar (New York), nobody there:

2018-03-24 - Hospital heavily damaged by fire in Srinagar (India):

2018-03-24 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2018-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

2018-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Cohoes (New York):

2018-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Sanders Road in Willow Spring (North Carolina):

2018-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Salisbury (North Carolina):

2018-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Tucson (Arizona), 1 injured:

2018-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire in Pennfield Township (Michigan), nobody there:

2018-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire shortly before 4 AM in Monona (Wisconsin):

2018-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire near Skiatook (Oklahoma):

2018-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire at daybreak on Ryan Gross Road in Johnsonville (New York):

2018-03-24 - Home under renovation destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM in Midlothian (Virginia), nobody there:

2018-03-24 - Beach home under construction destroyed by fire at 12:45 AM on Lake Michigan near Grand Haven Township (Michigan), nobody there:

Quote: "A home that was under construction along Lake Michigan was gutted by fire early Saturday, fire officials said."

Quote: "Fire also spread to the beach grass. Marshall said the house was a total loss, with a damage estimate more than $1 million."

2018-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire, another home heavily damaged, in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2018-03-24 - Two homes destroyed by fire in Lubbock (Texas):

2018-03-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Kenosha (Wisconsin), 4 injured:

2018-03-24 - Townhome complex heavily damaged by fire in Denver (Colorado):

2018-03-24 - Deadly fire burns mobile home near the Illinois River in Lacon (Illinois), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-03-24 - Deadly fire burns home in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2018-03-24 - Deadly fire destroys home at 12:15 AM in North Augusta (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2018-03-24 - Vacant home burns in Huntsville (Alabama):

2018-03-24 - Vacant mill destroyed by massive fire in Littleborough (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Dozens of sea birds and four seals found dead on beach in coastal Coronado (California):

2018-03-24 - Dozens of birds drop dead near Okanagan Lake (Canada):

Quote: "'It was certainly unusual. Yes it was strange. I tried to imagine what might have happened. I knew they couldn’t have been electrocuted on the lines because birds are on there all of the time. I counted at least 40 of them,' Simonin said. The birds have now been cleared from the road but how they died remains a mystery."

2018-03-24 - Hundreds of fish wash up dead on beach in coastal Buenos Aires (Argentina):

2018-03-24 - Hundreds of fish found dead in lake in Bogota (Colombia):

2018-03-24 - Three people, 15, 17 and 20, found dead in the Baitarani River in Odisha (India):

2018-03-24 - Two sisters, 10 and 7, die in canal in Malegaon (India):

2018-03-24 - People regularly dying in lakes in Hyderabad (India):

Quote: "Lakes and other water bodies in the city, are becoming death traps for citizens. In March alone, at least six persons have fallen in them accidentally and drowned."

2018-03-24 - Two men, 35 and 25, found dead in the Sangu River in Bandarban (Bangladesh):

2018-03-24 - Man, Marine recruit, has 'medical emergency', dies shortly later, in coastal San Diego (California):

2018-03-24 - Man, 54, has 'medical episode' shortly after 3 AM, dies shortly later, in Golden Gate (Florida), near the coast:

Quote: "Deputies are investigating the death of a 54-year-old man following a report of a disturbance in Golden Gate early Saturday morning. Shortly after 3 a.m., deputies were called to a report of a disturbance at a residence at 1345 Henley St. When deputies arrived at the residence they encountered a man who appeared to be disoriented. He suffered what appeared to be a medical episode. The man, who was identified as John Michael Denaro, 14532 Sterling Oaks Drive, was transported to an area hospital where he later was pronounced deceased."

2018-03-24 - Man, 39, dies in swimming pool at fitness center in Kearns (Utah):

2018-03-24 - Man in his 40s found dead in the water at beach in coastal Lauderdale-by-the-Sea (Florida):

2018-03-24 - Man, 68, has 'medical emergency' while driving, dies shortly later, car lightly crashes, in Columbia Township (Michigan):

Quote: "A man believed to be having a medical emergency drove off the road Saturday morning in Columbia Township. David Anthony Samulak, 68, who lived near Lake Columbia, went by ambulance to Henry Ford Allegiance Health and died of what the Jackson County medical examiner determined were natural causes, township police Chief David Elwell wrote in an email."

2018-03-24 - Person found dead on the shore in coastal Marmora (New Jersey);

2018-03-24 - Woman, 65, drops dead outside in Temple (Texas):

2018-03-24 - Man, 24, found dead in creek in Pike Township (Ohio):

2018-03-24 - Man, 38, found dead and bloody outside his home on Floral Avenue in Blue Ash (Ohio):

2018-03-24 - Woman, 49, found dead near Old Lynchburg Road in Albemarle County (Virginia):

2018-03-24 - Firefighter, man, 51, found dead in Asheville (North Carolina):

2018-03-24 - Man, 43, goes fishing, next seen dead in the Trent River (North Carolina):

2018-03-24 - Man found dead near store in coastal Halifax (Canada):

2018-03-24 - Firefighter, man, 54, dies while diving in coastal Doubtful Sound (New Zealand):

Quote: "Ian Gregory Wells, 54, died after getting into trouble while diving in Doubtful Sound yesterday."

2018-03-24 - Man, 62, rafting guide, has 'medical event', topples off raft and dies, near Toilet Rapids (New Zealand):

Quote: "Keith Haare, 62, also known as Chief, died after his raft overturned near Toilet Rapids, about 4 kilometres upstream from the Queenstown Rafting and Shotover Jet bases on Friday. Preliminary findings suggested he died from a medical event, police said."

2018-03-24 - Woman, 20, found dead on the banks of the Ashley River (New Zealand):

2018-03-24 - Man, 21, dies while surfing at the island of Thanburudhoo (Maldives):

2018-03-24 - Man, chef, found dead at home in coastal Willikies on the island of Antigua:

2018-03-24 - Boy, 11, falls into sewage treatment pond and dies in coastal Perak (Malaysia):

2018-03-24 - Man found dead in Somersall Park in Walton, Chesterfield (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Person found dead in the water near coastal Dungeness (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Man in his 40s drops dead at home in coastal Penzance (Britain):

2018-03-24 - Man, 27, has 'medical emergency', SUV overturns multiple times, near Estacada (Oregon), 1 killed, 2 injured:

Quote: "A Gresham man died after suffering a medical emergency while driving a Jeep that went off Highway 224 and flipped several times on Friday afternoon near Estacada."

2018-03-24 - Man, 20, has 'medical issue', car crashes into ditch, in Norton Shores (Michigan), another crash too:

Quote: "Ottawa County sheriff's deputies said a 20-year-old Norton Shores man had a medical issue while he was driving south on 168th Avenue. His vehicle crossed into the northbound lane, struck a stop sign at Hayes Street and eventually came to rest in a six-foot deep ditch."

2018-03-24 - Small plane runs off runway at airport in Yering (Australia):

2018-03-24 - Freight train derails in Randolph (Missouri):

2018-03-24 - Freight train derails in Scarborough (Canada):

2018-03-24 - Passenger bus careens off road in coastal ManabĂ­ Province (Ecuador), 12 killed, 25 injured:

Quote: "Twelve people were killed and another 25 were injured on Saturday when the bus they were traveling in careened off a road in a coastal region of western Ecuador, officials said. 'So far there are 25 injured...and 12 people died as a result of the traffic accident,' a rescue agency said in a statement."

2018-03-24 - Passenger bus overturns between Aksaray and Ankara (Turkey), 4 killed, 27 injured:

2018-03-24 - Fire truck crashes into wall, on the West Virginia Turnpike in Kanawha County (West Virginia), 2 killed, 3 injured:

2018-03-24 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-81 in Wythe County (Virginia), another crash too:

2018-03-24 - Tractor trailer crashes into wall on I-4 in Orange County (Florida):

2018-03-24 - Two SUVs crash in Fort Collins (Colorado), 1 killed:

Quote: "Though the call initially came in as noninjury and both drivers reportedly told officers they were uninjured, police called for medical assistance because the driver of the Dodge Durango may have suffered from a medical issue prior to the crash, police said. Cunningham said the driver of the Dodge Durango experienced another medical issue as he was being treated at the scene. The driver was transported to Poudre Valley Hospital where he was declared dead."

2018-03-24 - Car veers off road, hits bridge abutment and embankment, west of Walters (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

Quote: "The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the 23-year-old woman was driving eastbound on County Road 1850 when, for an unknown reason, departed the roadway to the right, struck a bridge abutment and then an embankment, causing her vehicle to overturn."

2018-03-24 - Car veers off road at 3 AM, hits pole and building, on Reservoir Avenue in coastal Cranston (Rhode Island):

2018-03-24 - Crocodile drags eight-year-old boy into the water and drowns him near Miri (Malaysia):

2018-03-24 - Moose attacks car and shatters driver's windshield in Norway:

2018-03-24 - Home partially collapses in Feltonville area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2018-03-24 - Water main breaks, street closed, in Greensboro (North Carolina):

2018-03-24 - Metal structure collapses before marathon in coastal Brownsville (Texas), several runners injured:

2018-03-24 - Person has 'medical episode', and man lunges at cop with knife and gets shot too, at Whole Foods in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Quote: "A person inside Whole Foods also suffered a medical episode and was taken away by ambulance."

2018-03-24 - Man in his 50s goes into cardiac arrest at homeless camp in Maple Ridge (Canada):

2018-03-24 - Man, 76, strokes out on cruise ship near coastal Chesapeake Bay (Virginia):

2018-03-24 - Late March winter storm drops 12-16 inches of snow in Northeast Iowa:

2018-03-24 - Heavy rain delays crop planting in Kenya:

2018-03-24 - Spring planting in Russia is delayed by weather conditions and snow cover:

2018-03-24 - Climate change harms everyone’s health:

2018-03-24 - Walls and dams will delay major sea level rise for a few centuries and cost 1000 times less:

Note: Alas, that won't do squat to prevent methane and hydrogen sulfide from killing everybody on either side of the walls and dams. I'm sure the cockroaches and rats that will remain after we're gone would appreciate the effort though!

2018-03-24 - Big Oil says you’re to blame for climate change, not them:

2018-03-24 - Mysterious sky phenomenon spotted high above earth:

2018-03-24 - Congress slips CLOUD Act into spending bill, grants authorities more surveillance power:

2018-03-24 - The skeletal remains of giants found all over the world:


  1. Good morning everyone. Hopefully we're all well rested and ready to observe (if not be a part of) the continuing mass extinction this week. Caution: don't drive, don't breathe, don't do anything around water (in any form), don't cook or burn rubbish, don't wear clothes, don't go in or near any buildings or structures and try to remain upbeat!

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 3.25.18 We re about to kill a massive, accidental experiment in reducing global warm[ing]

    [~ 17.5 min. video]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 3.25.18 Wealth and Power: The Global Elite Is Insane

    [~ 24 min. video]

    Chinese space lab Tiangong-1 to fall to Earth within days

    What could go wrong? "UNCONTROLLED" China Space station that may carry 'TOXIC' substance likely to hit EUROPE in the coming days

    [for fun]
    This $120 Philly cheesesteak is the most expensive in America — here's what you get—-heres-what-you-get/ar-BBKFYFh

    Monday, 26 March 2018
    Ron Paul - The Dollar Will Collapse 100%

    MUST LISTEN Ron Paul The Dollar Will Collapse 100% Last Warning To America

    [~ 16.25 min. video]


    Donald Trump’s base of hardcore supporters is in uproar over his decision to sign a $1.3 trillion spending measure which puts more money towards walls being built in other countries than the wall that was Trump’s centerpiece campaign promise. [more]

    U.S. gunmaker Remington files for bankruptcy

    Televised from New Zealand

    The AM Show is a New Zealand morning news and talk show that airs on Three and is simulcast on Radio Live. I was featured on the show in an interview that aired 25 March 2018 in the U.S.. A description of the hit piece, along with the embedded video, can be found here. [more; brave to participate in this knowingly]

    A mag 6.4 - 214km NW of Saumlaki, Indonesia is the 3rd major quake in the last 24 hours as a stream of solar wind blows around Earth

    Deep M6.4 earthquake hits Indonesia

    A deep M6.4 earthquake hit 214km NW of Saumlaki, Indonesia on March 25, 2018 at 20:14:47 UTC. On the USGS website, more than 75 people have reported the quake, although not close to densely inhabited areas. [more]

    Mystery booms and rumblings shake homes across San Diego County in California

    Several residents in San Diego County reported witnessing a strong rumble that shook their homes Monday morning just after 9 a.m. The U.S. Geological Survey has no reports of a quake in our area. Some reported even 6 booms. [more]

    Florida wildfire season underway; crews working multiple lightning-caused fires

    Texas volunteer firefighter dies after injuries from March 10 grassfire

    March 25, 2018 Outside Electromagnetic Radiation - Bonus Viewer Pictures! [Mr MBB333; short video]

  2. News Links, March 26, 2018
    Rice Farmer

    The World's Richest Have Lost $436 Billion Since Late January

    Wall Street Divided After Global Equity Wipeout Nears $1 Trillion

    Fear grips US agriculture industry as China proposes hefty duties for pork, wine and fruit

    China's US debt holdings a strong card in any trade war

    China's Empty Threat of Dumping its US Treasuries

    Venezuela's oil-backed cryptocurrency will be convertible to yuan, rubles, Turkish liras and euro

    Now It Begins---America's State Wreck Gathers Steam, Part 1

    How climate change is altering air travel
    Rising tides, icy air, melting permafrost and air that is too hot for take-off are challenging aviation as the world warms

    The Iraq War and the Crisis of a Disintegrating Global Order

    US Navy ship sails near disputed artificial island in the Pacific to challenge Chinese maritime claims

    China Says US Warship Sailing Near Spratly Islands Is "Severe Provocation"

    Israel ministers welcome Trump's appointment of John Bolton

    Caught On Camera: Israel Targets Civilians With A Chemical Weapon Drone

    Trump Plans Expulsion of Russian Envoys Over U.K. Attack

    143 Million People May Soon Become Climate Migrants

    Welcome to the Age of Climate Migration (US)
    Extreme weather due to climate change displaced more than a million people from their homes last year. It could soon reshape the nation

    The Perils of Climate Migration: a Cautionary Tale from Louisiana

    Cracks Now Appearing In The World's Major Oil Industry
    Even though oil companies are more profitable currently, it was achieved by destroying future production.

    U.S. energy policy is containing Russia, energy secretary says
    This makes it sound as though the US has reliable gas supplies from shale. -- RF

    Farms struggle with shortage of seasonal migrant workers (Scotland)

    Fresh food shortage while motorists face wait on fuel
    Fresh food stocks are unlikely to make it to Irish supermarkets until the weekend at the earliest - with delivery drivers not taking to the road until the red weather alert is downgraded.
    When trucks stop running, everything shuts down. Are you ready? -- RF

    Species in decline worldwide, humans at risk

    The sorry state of Earth's species, in numbers

    Common meds may help spur antibiotic resistance, study finds

    World's Largest Animal Study On Cell Tower Radiation Confirms Cancer Link

    Chemicals used to make everyday items linked to brain disorders in children, study finds

    American Adults Have Never Been Fatter

    Here's why New Mexico's oil boom is raising a lot of questions about water

    FBI Informant Speaks, Says Feds Asking New Questions About Clintons

    [continued below]

  3. Israel's chief rabbi calls Afro-Americans 'monkeys'

    China = 'Big Brother' for its surveillance tech. But US uses it too
    Americans have been living in the brave new world of facial recognition technology in law enforcement for years

    John Bolton's super PAC paid more than $800,000 to Cambridge Analytica

    U.S. Indicts Iranians in Data Theft From Colleges, Companies

    Threat From Cyber Hackers Is Growing, U.S. Grid Regulator Says

    Was Destructive 'Slingshot' Malware Deployed by the Pentagon?
    Cybersleuths think they've uncovered a military spyware attack, with troubling implications.

    Atlanta ransomware attack throws city services into disarray

    Hackers seize Atlanta's network system, demand $51,000 in Bitcoin as ransom

    'No collusion': House Intel Committee votes to end Russia probe

    #DeleteFacebook? Privacy proves hard to protect online

    Class-action filed against Facebook, Cambridge Analytica on behalf of 50 million users

    The cult of Facebook — just see what happens when you try to leave

    What Facebook's privacy policy allows may surprise you

    Congress gives police in other countries easier access to U.S. data, raising privacy concerns

    "Dumb F--ks": Julian Assange Reminds Us What Mark Zuckerberg Thinks Of Facebook Users

    The CBS Interview With Saudi Arabia's Mohammed bin Salman Was a Crime Against Journalism

    How Congress Censored the Internet

    Slow growth, rapid ruin - the "Seneca collapse" of our society

    'I sit and cry all day': Suicide hotline calls double in Puerto Rico 6 months after Hurricane Maria

    US Doubles Down As Empire Declines

    Exodus: Baltimore Residents Flee Collapsing City, Census Figures Warn

    Estimated taxpayer cost of Fukushima nuclear disaster balloons to up to ¥218.2 billion [it will NEVER be fixed]

    Death of the British high street? Store closures and job cuts paint grim picture for 2018

    Nearly 20 percent of Scots living in poverty, gov't figures show

    London police finally admit they fed intel to UK construction cartel to build illegal blacklist of labour organisers [just like us!]

    Freight Costs and Volumes Surge, Inflation Fears Heat Up

    Homeless Millennials: "The Next Housing Crisis"

    Here's a map of where rural hospital closures are happening in the US

    Majority of $1.3 Trillion US Omnibus Spending Bill Goes to Military

    Dems Kept Cheerleading Bush-Era Neocons; Now There's One In The White House

    Before US Troops Protected Poppies In Afghanistan, There was No Opioid Epidemic in America

  4. [checkin' in around noon, GANGNAM style!]
    K-Pop Singer Seo Minwoo Dead

    Minwoo, 33, died of cardiac arrest at his home in the Gangnam district of Seoul in South Korea Monday, said TOP Media in a statement.

    Trump administration expels 60 Russian officers, shuts Seattle consulate in response to attack on former spy in Britain

    The Trump administration on Monday ordered the expulsion of 60 Russian intelligence and diplomatic officers in New York and Washington and the closure of the Russian Consulate in Seattle, joining European allies in retaliation for the [FALSE FLAG]poisoning of a former Russian spy in [and BY] Britain. [more]

    'Absurd': Russia ridicules EU Council's weasel-worded statement on Skripal case

    World War III is just one false flag event away

    The military and arms industry effectively control America

    Number of children kidnapped into modern slavery reaches a record high

    [more below]

  5. Whoops: US-made Patriot missile fails in Saudi Arabia, falls on residential area

    a video made by local eyewitnesses and published by the Aviationist shows that two of the US-made Patriot missiles, launched to intercept the incoming missiles, missed their targets.

    One of them exploded in mid-air shortly after launch, while the other crashed in a residential area.

    Debris from the missiles landed on a home in Riyadh, killing an Egyptian resident and wounding two others. [way to go USA]

    [SOTT] Comment: While Russia is revolutionizing its defense capabilities, U.S. systems are falling to pieces and fail regularly, just like their politicians. Maybe it's time they just shut up and go away, to paraphrase UK Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson. [more]

    'Out-of-control' Chinese space station Tiangong-1 will crash back down to Earth next weekend

    According to the European Space Agency's Space Debris Office in Darmstadt, Germany, debris from Tiangong-1 will splash down between March 30 and April 2 across the northern hemisphere.

    "At no time will a precise time/location prediction from ESA be possible," it explained in a statement .

    Although most of the 8.5-tonne craft will disintegrate as it enters our atmosphere, some parts of debris weighing as much as 100kg could strike Earth. [more]

    Mass stranding of 61 dolphins in Argentina, 49 die

    Sixty-one short-beaked common dolphins were found washed up in Puerto Madryn, an Argentinian city in northern Patagonia. [more]

    Boy killed by family dog in Converse, Texas

    According to a previous report in the San Antonio Express-News, in the past fiscal year there were 15 dog attacks in San Antonio resulting in serious bodily injury requiring hospitalization, and 36 dogs were deemed dangerous. This fiscal year, starting in October, nine serious bodily injury cases have occurred and ACS has deemed 23 dogs dangerous. [more]

    Powerful shallow earthquake of magnitude 6.6 hits off Papua New Guinea

    A shallow 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck off Papua New Guinea on Monday (March 26), the US Geological Survey said, the latest in a series to hit the region in recent days [more]

    Powerful 6.5 earthquake in the Banda Sea

    A magnitude 6.6 - 139km E of Kimbe is the 11th major quake in or around Papua New Guinea this year: 4th major quake in 2 days

    'Alien megastar' darkens again

    A faraway megastar that once raised questions about aliens because of its weird pattern of dimming has darkened once again.
    [more; blamed on dust]

  6. [Guess it's about mid-afternoon and i'm tidying up for the apocalypse, dusting for doomsday and otherwise straightening up for mass extinction]

    [have there been more of these lately, or am I confused?]
    NBA G League Player Zeke Upshaw Dies After Collapse On The Court During Game

    NBA G League player Zeke Upshaw of the Grand Rapids Drive has died just days after collapsing on the court during a game against the Long Island Nets.

    Upshaw fell to the ground with about 50 seconds left in Saturday night's game. He was taken off the court on a stretcher.
    Upshaw was 26 years old. [more]

    Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes Slams March for Our Lives Protests

    "As the survivor of a mass shooting I can tell you from first-hand experience that all of you protesting and taking days off from school insult the memory of those who were killed and abuse and insult me and every other lover of liberty by your every action," Hughes wrote. [more]

    'Moscow will take the appropriate decision': Russian envoy vows response to expulsion of 60 diplomats

    "I can say that the US understands nothing other than strength. I think that the response should be adequate. Moscow will take the appropriate decision. I think, even just as a citizen of the Russian Federation, that such provocative unreasonable steps cannot be left unanswered," Russia's Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov told reporters. [more]

    Wrong place, wrong time: Tricoloured heron and great white egret turn up in Nova Scotia, Canada

    The tricoloured heron, sighted this weekend in Sambro Head, N.S., is more commonly found in the southeast United States.

    Birders were eager to get a look at the great egret, left, and a tricoloured heron, which happened to land in the same marsh in Sambro Head, N.S., not a usual location for either bird.

    "They look prehistoric. They look like something not of our time. They are massive birds, quite large birds with very large bills, and to watch them is really quite amazing," said LeBlanc. [more]

    Where's Spring? Below freezing temps and snow as Arctic blast set to return to UK - cold expected to last till MAY

    [that'll put a hurtin' on growin' anything]

    Chain reaction of fast-draining lakes poses new risk for Greenland ice sheet

    A growing network of lakes on the Greenland ice sheet has been found to drain in a chain reaction that speeds up the flow of the ice sheet, threatening its stability. [more]

    Radiation dangers and concerning health risks linked to 5G cellular technology

    Here is my review of the studies done to date - 11 reasons to be concerned. [more; better read up, it's comin' soon]

  7. Could be freezing times for Europe ahead. Just yesterday there was the report about Greenland losing a BILLION TONS of ice PER DAY. That means a billion tons of ice cold fresh water is pouring into the Atlantic Ocean every day around Greenland. The ocean current that brings warmth to Europe passes through there, so that ocean current may either be stalling or being cooled by all that ice cold fresh water, and either way, the result could very well be colder temps for Europe. That current is the only reason a lot of Europe isn't as cold as Siberia. And now they're gonna see cold temps until May? That's gotta be related to the Greenland ice melt, or the weirding-out of the jet stream as the Arctic warms, or both.

  8. Yeah, it'll throw off the whole conveyor system by disturbing the Gulf Stream. Weather will react as this keeps up - effectively displacing the Arctic cold into Europe since it can't be contained in the Arctic anymore. Crops are going to be HARD to grow from here on out.

    Kim Dotcom wins human rights tribunal case in New Zealand, declares US extradition bid 'over'

    The Human Rights Tribunal has ruled that the Attorney-General broke the law by withholding information from Kim Dotcom, which he says means his extradition case is "over". [more]

    British PM May Using Skripal Poisoning to Divert Attention from Child Sex Abuse


    Megadisasters devastated America in 2017. And they’re only going to get worse.

    [check out the disaster map in $billions]

    The E.P.A. Says It Wants Research Transparency. Scientists See an Attack on Science.

    The Environmental Protection Agency is considering a major change to the way it assesses scientific work, a move that would severely restrict the research available to it when writing environmental regulations.

    “They didn’t like the regulation, so they tried to attack the science underlying the regulation,” said Mr. Gallagher of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He said the demand for transparency was in fact an effort to undermine scientific independence. “It has become very clear to us that this is not about science. This is a means to an end.” [more]

    Two missing, dozens rescued after flash floods hit California

    Two people are missing in California's Mariposa County after heavy rain caused dangerous flash floods rushing through the region. [more]

    The Staining Of The Underwear. What Else?

    Contrary to popular belief, from Skynet's perspective, today had nothing to do with porn stars and everything to do with desperately avoiding overnight breakdown through the 200 day. Why? Because the casino is still only 70 points above the moving average that has led to limit down futures three out of four times.

    Despite the 70 point S&P rally, new lows outnumbered new highs all day today by a wide margin. In other words, gamblers who believe that the porn rally will be a repeat performance, will be in for a shock

    Oil is ready to mega implode taking the entire world down with it[more]