Thursday, February 16, 2017

Event Update For 2017-02-15

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

2017-02-15 - Oceans losing oxygen, posing threats to marine (and non-marine) life:

Quote: "'When the upper ocean warms, less water gets down deep, and so therefore, the oxygen supply to the deep ocean is shut down or significantly reduced,' Schmidtko said."

Note: And the bottom of the oceans is where the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea live that produce hydrogen sulfide. And they don't like oxygen, so this is just wonderful news for them. This is what I said more than 5 years ago. It took them five years to ALMOST catch up to where I was 5+ years ago. (They still don't grok the full extent of the threat.) At this rate, by the time they realize what's actually happening, that another 'Great Dying' has begun ...we'll all be dead. In the meantime, the destruction of human civilization continues!

2017-02-15 - Hydrogen sulfide continues blowing through neighborhood in Plano (Texas):

Quote: "It turns out what neighbors are smelling is the potentially dangerous gas, hydrogen sulfide (H2S). However, after two weeks of testing, engineers found the levels of H2S were not high enough to be considered a health risk."

Note: Yeah, that's bullshit. First off, nobody knows what effects chronically breathing even low levels of hydrogen sulfide does to people. There've been no studies done. It would be hard to get volunteers for such studies even if it were legal, which it isn't. 'Say, we'd like to conduct a study to see what breathing low levels of a deadly neurotoxin does to people. Wanna sign up?!' Secondly, because it's a heavier-than-air gas, it settles into low-lying areas and it then concentrates. So if the levels are 'safe' on a rooftop monitoring unit, they might concentrate in the basement of that same building and be lethal. So there's never any 'safe' or 'benign' level. If you've got a deadly heavier-than-air neurotoxin blowing around, you've got a serious problem...

2017-02-15 - Many people having 'medical emergencies' in Hagerstown (Maryland):

2017-02-15 - More heat heading to the Arctic:

2017-02-15 - Pine Island Glacier sheds another iceberg in Antarctica:

2017-02-15 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Victorville (California), blackouts ensue:

2017-02-15 - Underground explosion and ball of fire blow manhole cover off in Northampton (Britain), 1 injured:

Quote: "A manhole cover was flung into the air today and smoke billowed out of the ground as a huge gas explosion in a town centre left one woman injured. Witnesses were screaming and the pavement appeared to be 'on fire' after the blast rocked the street in Northampton which was busy with people at 12.30pm. Flames and smoke were seen 'shooting out' of the ground and the road was shut to both traffic and pedestrians this afternoon as police investigated."

2017-02-15 - Electrical substation damaged by explosion and fire near Ephrata (Washington), Ephrata goes dark:

Quote: "The Grant County Sheriff's Office said it happened about 7:00 p.m. at the substation located at 134 Nat Washington Way in downtown Ephrata. An adjacent PUD building also caught fire. Videos posted to social media show huge flames coming from the substation along with flashes that lit up the sky, before the city went dark."

2017-02-15 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, 1000 tires burn, in Coles County (Illinois):

2017-02-15 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire in Williams Township (Pennsylvania):

2017-02-15 - Home explodes and burns in Lafayette (Colorado), 2 injured:

Note: This is the 65th residential explosion in 2017...

2017-02-15 - Natural gas pipeline explodes and burns in the wee hours near Refugio (Texas), felt 60 miles away:

2017-02-15 - Utility pole bursts into flame on street in Ferndown (Britain):

2017-02-15 - Paper recycling plant erupts in flame, fire burns for 17 hours, in Hardeeville (South Carolina), near the coast:

2017-02-15 - Wildfire continues raging in the Port Hills near coastal Christchurch (New Zealand), 1 killed:

2017-02-15 - Two small planes and snowmobile destroyed by fire while parked in hangar in Parry Sound (Canada), near Lake Huron:

Note: These are the 18th and 19th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2017. Also see the RV trailer that burst into flame while parked at a home in Parry Sound on this day...

2017-02-15 - Whale-watching ship 'Hafsúlan' goes up in flames off the coast of Iceland:

Quote: "According to the local news site Vísir 64 passengers were on-board the whale watching vessel Hafsúlan when the fire came up. Crew members had helped all the passengers evacuate the ship, moving them to another vessel before the Coast Guard was notified of the fire. None of the passengers were hurt, and they completed their tour on this second vessel. Two crew members remained on-board to extinguish the fire. The boat was about ten nautical miles north-west of Reykjavík when the incidence took place."

2017-02-15 - Cargo ship 'Iris Express' erupts in flame while docked in coastal Hai Phong (Vietnam):

Note: These are the 120th and 121st boats/ships to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 in Clarion Township (Pennsylvania):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 10:53 PM on Highway 63 near Columbis (Missouri):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 11 PM on I-44 near Eureka (Missouri):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road near Auburn (Australia):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M20 near Wrotham Hill (Britain):

Note: These are the 252nd, 253rd, 254th, 255th and 256th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-02-15 - Street sweeper truck bursts into flame on Campbell Avenue in Lynchburg (Virginia):

2017-02-15 - Dump truck bursts into flame on Old Sudbury Road in Wayland (Massachusetts):

2017-02-15 - Truck bursts into flame on I-64 in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2017-02-15 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Ooltewah (Tennessee):

2017-02-15 - RV bursts into flame just before 11 PM while parked at home in Weston (Wisconsin):

2017-02-15 - RV bursts into flame while parked on Northwest Dunbar Avenue in Troutdale (Oregon):

Note: These are the 52nd, 53rd and 54th RVs to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-02-15 - Brand new police van bursts into flame at 4 AM while parked at police station in Imambada, Lucknow (India):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame just before 2:30 AM while parked near home, fire spreads to home, in Aberdeen (Washington):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame on the Crescent City Connection in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame in the wee hours on street in Moraine (Ohio):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame on road in coastal As Terlaje (Northern Mariana Islands):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame on highway in Sam Khok (Thailand):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame along Holes Bay Road in coastal Poole (Britain):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame on the A41 near Market Drayton (Britain):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame on Castle Street in Bodmin (Britain):

2017-02-15 - Car bursts into flame on the A36 in Salisbury (Britain):

2017-02-15 - Vehicle bursts into flame just after 7 AM on I-10 in Lafayette (Louisiana):

2017-02-15 - RV trailer bursts into flame at home in coastal Norfolk (Virginia), 1 injured:

2017-02-15 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked in Harrison County (West Virginia), 1 injured:

2017-02-15 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at home in Parry Sound (Canada):

2017-02-15 - Vehicles and construction equipment business destroyed by fire at 1:15 AM in Evergreen, Kalispell (Montana):

Quote: "Evergreen Fire and Rescue arrived on scene at Reddig Equipment and Repair at 1:15 a.m., to find heavy smoke pouring out of the shop at 2866 Highway 2 East. No injuries resulted from the fire, but much of the equipment and vehicles housed inside were destroyed by the blaze that firefighters were still working to control late Wednesday morning. The cause of the fire is still unknown."

2017-02-15 - Car and sheds destroyed by huge fire in Walkinstown (Ireland):

2017-02-15 - Barn destroyed by fire at 6 AM in Huston Township in Centre County (Pennsylvania):

2017-02-15 - Barn destroyed by fire at 2:38 AM in Vandalia (Illinois), around 30 pigs killed:

2017-02-15 - Barn destroyed by huge fire at 12:24 AM in Gatineau (Canada), dozens of cows killed:

2017-02-15 - Brush fire rages near Indian Lake Estates area in Polk County (Florida), evacuations ensue:

2017-02-15 - Brush fire threatens home off South Header Canal Road near coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

2017-02-15 - Brush fire breaks out in coastal Palm Bay (Florida):

2017-02-15 - AC unit bursts into flame at apartment building in Lexington (Kentucky):

2017-02-15 - Ten-thousand-gallon tank of gasoline catches fire at business in Champlain (New York):

2017-02-15 - Storage facility hit by fire at 5:50 AM, 12 units destroyed, in Summit Township (Michigan):

Quote: "Authorities said a family of three who lived in the home was traveling overseas to adopt a baby when the fire erupted."

2017-02-15 - Garage and storage building destroyed by fire and explosion(s) in Ankeny (Iowa):

2017-02-15 - Home damaged by basement fire at 4:30 AM in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2017-02-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6 AM in coastal Tacoma (Washington):

2017-02-15 - Home destroyed by fire in the wee hours in Black Oak (Arkansas), 1 injured:

2017-02-15 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Wilmington (Delaware):

2017-02-15 - Home destroyed by fire at 7 AM in Drakesboro (Kentucky):

2017-02-15 - Home destroyed by fire in East Greenwich (Rhode Island), near the coast, nobody there:

2017-02-15 - Apartment building destroyed by fire in Burnaby (Canada):

2017-02-15 - Deadly fire burns home just after 7 AM in Tupelo (Mississippi), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2017-02-15 - Deadly fire destroys home at 2:32 AM in Glide (Oregon), 1 killed:

2017-02-15 - Deadly fire burns apartment building at 2:20 AM in coastal Anchorage (Alaska), 2 killed, 16 injured:

2017-02-15 - Vacant apartment building burns in Atlanta (Georgia):

2017-02-15 - Vacant warehouse goes up in flames in Linden (New Jersey), train transit disrupted:

2017-02-15 - Hundreds of thousands of fish wash up dead at beaches around the coastal Gulf of Nicoya (Costa Rica):

Quote: "This occurs after three other fish die-offs were reported in Chile, Colombia and New Zealand in the last 4 days or so."

2017-02-15 - Thousands of fish found dead in the Little River in Windsor (Canada):

2017-02-15 - Couple drops dead in apartment in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Police say the deaths are considered suspicious, but that there are no signs of foul play or hazardous chemicals in the room."

2017-02-15 - Professor slumps over dead in car at university in Tyler (Texas):

2017-02-15 - Man, 58, falls into aqueduct and dies trying to save dog, in Hesperia (California):

2017-02-15 - Man found dead outside apartment building in coastal North Palm Beach (Florida):

2017-02-15 - Man, 28, drops dead near Gamestop in Rincon (Georgia):

2017-02-15 - Woman, 33, found dead in or near York Springs (Pennsylvania):

2017-02-15 - Man, 74, drops dead near boat launch at stream or canal in Thibodaux (Louisiana):

2017-02-15 - Woman found dead in water near bridge near Toppenish (Washington):

2017-02-15 - Man, 28, found dead at 5:30 AM in jail cell in Shelby County (Ohio):

2017-02-15 - Man, 35, found dead in car on Duckmaloi Road about 15km from Oberon (Australia):

2017-02-15 - Man found dead and partially submerged at waterhole in Springbrook (Australia):

2017-02-15 - Man, 33, found dead in Woorinen (Australia), near North Lake:

2017-02-15 - Person found dead in Woodhill Forest near coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2017-02-15 - Man, 21, found dead in swimming pool at resort in coastal Patong (Thailand):

2017-02-15 - Man, 26, slumps over dead in car in coastal Iloilo City (Philippine Islands):

2017-02-15 - Man, 30 to 35, found dead in water at dam in Montecasino, Sandton (South Africa):

2017-02-15 - Man, 72, drops dead in hotel room in coastal Marawila on the island of Sri Lanka:

2017-02-15 - College student, man, falls off building and dies in Madurai (India), possible toppler:

2017-02-15 - Woman, 39, drops dead at home on Donald Crescent in Thornton (Scotland), near the coast:

2017-02-15 - College student drops dead in student apartment in Lincoln (Britain):

2017-02-15 - Small plane makes emergency landing in Fontana (California), engine failure:

2017-02-15 - Helicopter crashes into Wallace Lake (Louisiana), 2 killed:

2017-02-15 - Passenger bus and cars crash, in Hungary near the border with Romania, 4 killed, 12 injured:

2017-02-15 - Tanker truck crashes at gas station, bursts into flame, in Onitsha, Anambra State (Nigeria), near the Niger River:

2017-02-15 - Three tractor trailers crash in the wee hours on I-10 in Tucson (Arizona):

2017-02-15 - Three tractor trailers crash, on I-81 in Rockbridge County (Virginia):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer veers off road at 6:50 AM, overturns, on I-81 in Rockbridge County (Virginia), 2 killed:

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 160 near Lockwood (Missouri):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-94 in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on road in Redmond (Washington):

2017-02-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-90 near Lookout Pass (Idaho):

2017-02-15 - Car veers off road, crashes into culvert, bursts into flame, in Houston (Texas), 2 injured:

2017-02-15 - Car veers off road at 5:30 AM, hits tree, bursts into flame, near Morville (Britain), 1 killed:

2017-02-15 - Swarm of bees attacks and kills two dogs at home in Cathedral City (California):

2017-02-15 - Huge sinkhole opens in parking lot, almost swallows car, in Wilkesboro (North Carolina):

2017-02-15 - Sinkhole opens on I-215 near Salt Lake City (Utah):

2017-02-15 - Sinkhole opens, traps car, in Whitefield, Bangalore (India):

2017-02-15 - Volcano Lanín hit by 59 earthquakes in 45 minutes on the border of Chile and Argentina:

Quote: "According to the special report of volcanic activity, a simultaneous succession of volcano-tectonic seismic events (VT) and spasmodic tremor was recorded from 3:24 pm. This kind of seismicity is associated with movement of fluids inside the volcano."

2017-02-15 - Southern Californian faultline has potential to trigger earthquakes, tsunamis:

2017-02-15 - Tropical Cyclone Dineo roars into Mozambique, 4+ killed:

2017-02-15 - Heavy flooding hits Saudi Arabia, 1 killed, 10 injured:

2017-02-15 - Heavy flooding and overflowing rivers cause evacuations in the south of France:

2017-02-15 - Heavy snow buries southern Maine, thousands lose power:

2017-02-15 - Florida’s coastal Everglades, deprived of fresh water, near unhealthy 'tipping point':

2017-02-15 - Florida lawmakers in DC learn there are no easy fixes for red tide plague:

2017-02-15 - Indian rocket successfully launches record 104 satellites from Sriharikota (India):

Quote: "Indian Space Research Space Organisation, on Wednesday morning, launched a record 104 satellites on board a single rocket, including the country’s earth observation satellite Cartosat-2 series. The PSLV-C37 (Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) was lifted off successfully from the spaceport of Sriharikota, about 125 km from Chennai."

2017-02-15 - Russia moves cruise missiles, sends fears through NATO:

2017-02-15 - US National Academy of Sciences advocates use of gene editing tools to modify human DNA:

2017-02-15 - Idaho state Senator Dan Foreman thinks climate change is a liberal 'scam':

Note: Will he still think that as his loved ones are falling over dead and/or burning to death? We will see!

2017-02-15 - Russian spy ship cruising along the East Coast:

2017-02-15 - Inflation putting the squeeze on the poor and middle-class:


  1. Hey Jonny. Man, ya can just sense the way things are creeping worse each day with the different things going up in flames added to the USUAL stuff - parked vehicles (even BRAND NEW), apartments, homes and other buildings, the massive die-offs of marine (and other) life, and the steady spread of H2S being recognized now, not to mention all the accidents and people keeling over. Now we see entire towns going dark as the result of deteriorating and destroyed electrical infrastructure fires and explosions.

    Not just Oroville: Record rain is straining California's whole flood control network

    [climate whiplash on display - these dams were at record LOWS for a few years and some towns ran dry; now they have too much water and it too is causing problems]

    as California rapidly shifts from extreme drought to intense deluges

    Large swaths of the region are on track to experience their wettest winter on record, with many areas having already surpassed their average precipitation for an entire year.

    And all that water is putting new strains on the network of dams, rivers, levees and other waterways that are essential to preventing massive flooding during wet years like this one.

    Sixteen reservoirs, ranging from small to the biggest in the state, were above 90% full as of Wednesday morning. [more]

    Sydney, Australia lashed by severe storms

    hailstones the size of 50 cent pieces [and] Temperatures in Penrith, which topped out at 39C, fell by 10 degrees in just 30 minutes as the storm hit on Friday afternoon [more]

    11 Deeply Alarming Facts About America’s Crumbling Infrastructure

    #1 According to the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, nearly 56,000 bridges in the United States are currently “structurally deficient”.  What makes that number even more chilling is the fact that vehicles cross those bridges a total of 185 million times a day.

    #2 More than one out of every four bridges in the United States is more than 50 years old and “have never had major reconstruction work”.

    #3 America does not have a single airport that is considered to be in the top 25 in the world.

    #4 The average age of America’s dams is now 52 years.

    #5 Not too long ago, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the condition of America’s dams a “D” grade.

    #6 Overall, the American Society of Civil Engineers said that the condition of America’s infrastructure as a whole only gets a “D+” grade.

    #7 Congestion on our highways costs Americans approximately 101 billion dollars a year in wasted fuel and time.

    #8 According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, over two-thirds of our roads are “in dire need of repair or upgrades”.

    #9 In order to completely fix all of our roads and bridges, it would take approximately 808 billion dollars.

    #10 Federal spending on infrastructure has decreased by 9 percent over the past decade.

    #11 According to Bloomberg, it is being projected “that by 2025, shortfalls in infrastructure investment will subtract as much as $3.9 trillion from U.S. gross domestic product.”
    [more; he goes on to discuss pipelines, water and power systems etc]

    [more below]


  2. Wow, we don't even have ONE airport in the top 25 worldwide - didn't know that! 808 billion to fix ALL our roads and bridges?! Well, sheeeit, we should go ahead and do that. Charge it to the future, which, since there isn't a future, won't be bothered by it at all, and us pre-extinction folks can have some safer roads and bridges, put people to work, get some economic 'growth' going (hah!), blah blah.

  3. News Links, February 17, 2017
    Rice Farmer

    Brazil Retail Sales Collapse as Inflation and Unemployment Whack Consumers [just like here]

    US Industrial Production Tumbles Most In 10 Months

    Fed president says US banks have "half the equity they need"

    US Troops, Ground Vehicles Deploy to Bulgaria

    Saudis Slaughter More Women and Children in U.S.-Backed War in Yemen

    NATO Counters Russia, Pledges To Fortify Presence In Black Sea

    Pentagon May Recommend Deploying US Ground Troops to Syria

    Defense experts caution lawmakers about US ability to fight and win wars [that's what I've been saying! I don't think it matters to the military/industrial complex - just more sales of weapons and such is what they're after; protecting troops? not so much]

    A Dangerous Hysteria on Russia

    More Bluster and Bluff on Iran

    ICE Arrested Nearly 700 People Last Week, Advocates Are Bracing for More to Come

    Political Consensus Is Splintering into Class Wars

    Taiwan may soon impose water rationing as reservoir levels fall

    Bolivia drought emergency hits 100 days, rationing grips cities

    The proposed US carbon tax – a recipe for disaster
    Is The Bakken A Bust?

    OPEC Ready To Cut Deeper

    Munger: U.S. Should Sit On Oil And Gas Reserves Until OPEC Supplies Run Dry

    US shale producers export record 1 million barrels of oil per day to world market as OPEC cuts back
    But remember: the shale drilling industry is mired in red ink. -- RF

    Food prices soar as pockets run empty (Kenya) [everywhere]

    Climate Change Impact On Sea Level Rise: NASA Identifies Greenland Meltwater Pathway; Canada Glaciers Losing Ice Rapidly

    NYC Rats Spreading Deadly Rare Bacterial Infection With Urine

    Wikileaks Exposes CIA Involvement In French 2012 Presidential Election
    What irony! All that sanctimonious talk about Russian meddling in the US election — which has never been substantiated — and now this. -- RF

    The Leakers Who Exposed Gen. Flynn's Lie Committed Serious — and Wholly Justified — Felonies

    The Public Should Demand to See the Michael Flynn Transcript

    CIA Chief Secretly Heads To Palestine As Netanyahu Visits Washington

    How software is eating the banking industry

    Yahoo's hack warning comes from a third breach, the company says

    On The Verge Of Treason: US Spies Withhold Intelligence From Trump [clean house, Mr President!]

    German Intel Clears Russia on Interference

    Brazil's Two Largest Newspapers Forced by President and Judge to Delete Reporting; We're Publishing It Here

    Russia Declares War On Fake News, Slams 'Dishonest' Western Press
    Although the Russians aren't innocent, this is nevertheless welcome and necessary to counter the onslaught of fake news and propaganda from the Western media. -- RF

    While Elites Played Empire, America Fell Apart
    Dear Imperial America: the lifestyle you ordered is permanently out of stock.

    Growth Ponzi: Do taxes cover the cost to maintain your street?
    And this is just one example of how nearly everything in industrial society is unsustainable. -- RF

    Chinese death toll from bird flu soared to 79 in January

    Industrial Production "Unexpectedly" Declines Due to Weather: Economists Surprised Again, GDPNow Forecast Dives

    'Fed Up' exposes the elite rot inside the Federal Reserve

    Prospects for Further Meaningful Wage Growth Are Dimming

    Fed Frets about Commercial Real Estate Bubble & its $2 Trillion in Loans Mostly at "Smaller Banks"

    Mortgage Delinquencies Rise Most In 7 Years As Rates Spike

    Pope appears to back native tribes in Dakota Pipeline conflict

    Dakota Access Builder Compares Pipeline Protesters to Terrorists

    Car-loan delinquencies in last year's fourth quarter rose to its highest level since Q4 2009

    Aetna CEO Says Obamacare In "Death Spiral" And "It's Getting Worse"

    12 TSA Agents Just Indicted for Smuggling $100 Million Worth of Cocaine [see? it's the AUTHORITIES who need watching!]



    You can't make up shit dumber than this...[more]

    Huge sinkhole shuts down street in northeast Washington state


  5. [everyone please listen to this 10 min. video explanation]

    HELEN CALDICOTT: The Fukushima nuclear meltdown continues unabated,10019

    Every day since the accident began, 300 to 400 tons of water has poured into the Pacific where numerous isotopes – including cesium 137, 134, strontium 90, tritium, plutonium, americium and up to 100 more – enter the ocean and bio-concentrate by orders of magnitude at each step of the food chain — algae, crustaceans, little fish, big fish then us.
    Fish swim thousands of miles and tuna, salmon and other species found on the American west coast now contain some of these radioactive elements, which are tasteless, odourless and invisible. Entering the human body by ingestion they concentrate in various organs, irradiating adjacent cells for many years. The cancer cycle is initiated by a single mutation in a single regulatory gene in a single cell and the incubation time for cancer is any time from 2 to 90 years. And no cancer defines its origin.
    We could be catching radioactive fish in Australia or the fish that are imported could contain radioactive isotopes, but unless they are consistently tested we will never know.

    Bottom line, these reactors will never be cleaned up nor decommissioned because such a task is not humanly possible. Hence, they will continue to pour water into the Pacific for the rest of time and threaten Japan and the northern hemisphere with massive releases of radiation should there be another large earthquake. [much more]

    [she specifically mentions food sources that should be avoided]

    [well, here's a surprise, considering the source]
    Warm temperature record from 1916 broken in Calgary, Canada

    Suppressed EPA toxicologist: 'it is essentially certain that glyphosate causes cancer'

    [Do you see how the 'watchdog' agencies have been twisted so that they are protecting the corporations who sell these poisons and allow them into the food supply rather than protecting the consumers and citizens from these toxins?]

    EPA toxicologist Marion Copley cites evidence from animal studies and writes: "It is essentially certain that glyphosate causes cancer." [more]

    [read about their shady "legal" dealings]

    The spy in your living room: Samsung confirms smart TV's capture all nearby conversations and transmit to a third party


  6. Oh, lookie he' Clem! Come see whut ah fown!
    Rex Tillerson fires 7th floor 'shadow government'

    In October of last year, a NY Post story reported that the coterie of State Department officials who called themselves the "shadow government" controlled the release of the Clinton emails. [more]

    Particles from outer space wreak low-grade havoc on personal electronics

    Child killed by two family dogs in Clarksville, Kentucky

    They found a 5-year-old boy who had extensive injuries from being mauled by the family's two dogs.

    Both dogs are English mastiffs, each under 1 year old.
    [so that's a dog that weighs somewhere between 140 to 200 lbs at that age]

    CIA, remote viewing and the Stargate Project

    Two die in Georgia small plane crash

    Sudden reversal in Antarctic sea ice complicates argument by climate-change doubters

    Heavy rains, flooding force evacuations in the Gaza Strip

    Heavy rain, flooding as ex- Cyclone Dineo sweeps over South Africa

    [oh, and this is the guy I heard last night while drinking Tequila Sunrises]

    [put it on as background sound while you work, Jonny]


  7. WEEK 4: Priced For Implosion

    Janet Yellen mid-week:
    "I think market participants likely are anticipating shifts in fiscal policy that will stimulate growth and perhaps raise earnings”

    CNBC: This just in...
    The tax plan that promises the biggest cuts in corporate taxes without straining the federal budget looks increasingly unlikely to become law. "I wouldn't call it dead, but I would say it's on life support"...Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, joined the list of doubters this week, saying he does not see the votes lining up

    "They have to come up with a plan B or this market is going to collapse,"

    The most bullish strategist recommended borrowing Bitcoin to buy pot stocks...

    "There's a lady who's sure all that glitters is gold 
    And she's buying a stairway to heaven" [more]

    India’s only active volcano is spewing smoke and lava once again

    Apocalyptical landslide buries a neighborhood in La Paz, Bolivia


  8. The EPA posted a mirror of its website before Trump can gut the real one

    Republicans begin effort to gut the Endangered Species Act

    [little do they realize - we're on it]

    “Biggest storm of winter” to unleash flooding rain in California into Friday night

    Trump’s vow to scrap the Paris climate change accord faces skepticism from corporations and GOP moderates

    Global ocean de-oxygenation quantified – “The oxygen losses in the ocean can have far-reaching consequences”

    Oxygen is an essential necessity of life on land. The same applies for almost all organisms in the ocean. However, the oxygen supply in the oceans is threatened by global warming in two ways: Warmer surface waters take up less oxygen than colder waters. In addition, warmer water stabilizes the stratification of the ocean. This weakens the circulation connecting the surface with the deep ocean and less oxygen is transported into the deep sea.
    Therefore, many models predict a decrease in global oceanic oxygen inventory of the oceans due to global warming. The first global evaluation of millions of oxygen measurements seems to confirm this trend and points to first impacts of global change. [more]

    Toxic Liquid Nuclear Waste Headed for US Roadways

    The Department of Energy, to the consternation of environmental groups, is preparing to transport 6,000 gallons of highly toxic liquid nuclear waste over American roadways.

    The spent nuclear fuel is "target residue material" containing highly enriched uranyl nitrate—which after processing can be used as fuel. The DOE has spent years planning for the transfer of the waste from Canada's Chalk River Laboratories in Ontario to the Savannah River Site, a reprocessing facility in South Carolina. It will be transported in at least 100 to 150 separate truck shipments over a period of about three years, encased in cannisters normally used to transport solids that have been retrofitted to handle liquids. For security reasons, DOE won't reveal the exact timing or routes of the shipments. But elected officials in states it is likely to pass through are concerned about safety. [more]

    [more below]


  9. Mysterious flying object interrupts Chilean Air Force flight demonstration over Puerto Varas, Chile

    Pablo Escobar's son reveals his dad "worked for the CIA selling cocaine" — Media silent

    'Settlers are free to take what they want': Palestinian landowners fear for the worst as land-grab law is passed

    It Is About Time That We Had A President That Was Willing To Go To War With The Mainstream Media