Sunday, November 5, 2017

Event Update For 2017-11-04

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: Fires And Explosions

2017-11-04 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame, fire gets big, in coastal Bootle (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Gas well explodes and burns in Robertson County (Texas):

2017-11-04 - Wildfire breaks out in Chailuri (Georgia):

Quote: "An unusually high number of wildfires occurred in Georgian forests this summer. The largest one was in Borjomi Gorge that burnt for seven days before being put out in late August. An investigation is underway to find out the causes of frequent forest fires in Georgia this year."

2017-11-04 - Wood pellet warehouse destroyed by huge fire in Massena (New York), 2100 feet from the Raquette River:

2017-11-04 - Around 20 tons of plastic bales go up in flames on Redhills Road in Milton (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Laptop bursts into flame inside home, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Londonderry (New Hampshire):

2017-11-04 - Sauna bursts into flame in the St. Croix Casino Lodge in Danbury (Wisconsin), near the St. Croix River:

2017-11-04 - Clubhouse destroyed at Tapatio Springs Resort near Boerne (Texas):

2017-11-04 - Home damaged by explosion in Houston (Texas), 4 lightly injured:

2017-11-04 - Home explodes and burns in Neder-Over-Heembeek (Belgium), 1 injured:

2017-11-04 - Apartment building rocked by explosion in Baden (Germany), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 317th, 318th and 319th residential explosions in 2017...

2017-11-04 - Boat bursts into flame in Couran Cove on coastal South Stradbroke Island (Australia):

Quote: "In a separate incident fire crews, police and paramedics were called to a boat engine fire at Couran Cove at 10.30am."

2017-11-04 - Boat bursts into flame in cove on the island of Guraidhoo (Maldives):

Note: These are the 948th and 949th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-11-04 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Orel (Russia):

Note: This is the 734th bus to burn in 2017...

2017-11-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked at Flying J Travel Center in Grand Forks (North Dakota):

2017-11-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 near Beaumont (Texas):

2017-11-04 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Gablehammer Road in Westminster (Maryland):

Quote: "Hampstead Large Tractor Fire Working Fire Rt482 area of Gablehammer Rd"

Note: These are the 2005th, 2006th and 2007th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-11-04 - RV bursts into flame at 3:25 AM while parked at home, fire spreads, home destroyed, in El Cajon (California):

2017-11-04 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home in Buxton (Maine):

Note: These are the 521st and 522nd RVs to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-11-04 - Campervan bursts into flame on Lord Street in Millom (Britain):

Quote: "Camper van fire on Lord Street, Millom(Barrow-in-Furness) 4 Nov 2017 At 9.50am this morning fire crews extinguished a camper van which was on fire on Lord Street in Millom. Firefighters used a hose reel jet and cutting equipment to access the vehicle. Crews are still at the scene and police are assisting with traffic control."

2017-11-04 - Van bursts into flame on Furzehill in Wimborne (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Car bursts into flame on East 96th Street in Fishers (Indiana):

2017-11-04 - Car bursts into flame near salon in Fargo (North Dakota):

2017-11-04 - Car bursts into flame at 6 AM on road in Phu Rua (Thailand):

2017-11-04 - Car bursts into flame shortly after midnight while parked at home in coastal Dundalk (Ireland):

2017-11-04 - Four cars go up in flames while parked at Asda store in Cippenham (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Car bursts into flame at A24 roundabout in Findon (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Car bursts into flame at 12:22 AM on Bardsley Street in Carlisle (Britain):

Quote: "Car fire on Bardsley Street (Carlisle) 4 Nov 2017 In the early hours of this morning (00.22, Saturday, 4 November) firefighters used two hose reels were used to extinguish a car alight on Bardsley Street in Carlisle."

2017-11-04 - Motorcycle bursts into flame during parade in Columbus (Georgia):

2017-11-04 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Summer Crescent in Wrockwardine Wood, Telford (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Tow truck and garage destroyed by fire in Clair (Canada):

Quote: "The garage housed a tow truck and a boat. The flames destroyed the tow truck."

2017-11-04 - Golf cart business heavily damaged by fire at 12:30 AM in Salem (Illinois):

2017-11-04 - Barn destroyed by fire on Townsend Drive in Washington Township (Pennsylvania):

2017-11-04 - Cladding business heavily damaged by fire just before 1:26 AM in coastal Exeter (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Garage damaged by fire at home in coastal Hampton (Virginia):

2017-11-04 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM near Great Falls (Montana):

2017-11-04 - Home damaged by basement fire at 12:10 AM in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2017-11-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Cape Coral (Florida), nobody there:

2017-11-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire in High Point (North Carolina), nobody there:

2017-11-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal New Haven (Connecticut):

2017-11-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Utica (New York):

2017-11-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM in Randallstown (Maryland), 1 injured:

2017-11-04 - Home destroyed by fire and explosion in Ferguson (Missouri):

2017-11-04 - Home destroyed by fire in Lebanon (Oregon):

2017-11-04 - Home destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Milan (Missouri):

2017-11-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire shortly after 3:30 AM in Phoenix (Arizona), 5 injured:

2017-11-04 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:30 AM in Dallas (Texas), 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - Deadly fire burns home at 6:25 AM in Apex (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - Deadly fire destroys home at midnight in Schaghticoke (New York), near the Hoosic River, 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - Vacant home burns in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2017-11-04 - Vacant commercial building destroyed by fire on Ferry Street in Niagara Falls (Canada):

2017-11-04 - Thousands of fish found dead in the River Segura in Murcia (Spain):

2017-11-04 - Thousands of fish wash up dead in a river in Jhelum (Pakistan):

2017-11-04 - Many fish found dead in Athalassa Lake on the island of Cyprus (Greece):

2017-11-04 - Woman, 32, cop, strokes out and dies on duty in coastal Berkeley Township (New Jersey):

2017-11-04 - Man, 45, drops dead in St. Clair Township (Pennsylvania):

2017-11-04 - Woman, 45 to 50, found dead in or near retention pond in Houston (Texas):

2017-11-04 - Middle-aged man found dead in pickup truck in the Moody Creek area of Madison County (Idaho):

2017-11-04 - Man found dead with submerged motorcycle in canal near Malaga (California):

2017-11-04 - Man found dead in yard in Fresno (California):

2017-11-04 - Man in his 50s drops dead near wharf in Toronto (Canada):

2017-11-04 - Man, 45, drops dead on run in coastal Mount Maunganui (New Zealand):

Quote: "The annual event included a half marathon, 11km and 5km distance routes, all of which ended with a leg around the base track to the finish line on the Mount Maunganui main beach."

2017-11-04 - Man in his 40s or 50s drops dead just after 6 AM on Mowbray Road in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2017-11-04 - Boy, 8, dies in dam reservoir in Breddan (Australia):

2017-11-04 - Man in his 60s falls off boat and dies in Lake Te Anau (New Zealand):

2017-11-04 - College student, man, 25, found dead in apartment in Delhi (India):

2017-11-04 - Teen girl found dead in the water at beach in coastal Amanzimtoti (South Africa):

2017-11-04 - Man, 46, found dead in the Church Bank area in coastal Jarrow (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Man found dead in carpark in coastal Ipswich (Britain):

2017-11-04 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane diverts to coastal Shannon (Ireland):

2017-11-04 - Small plane crashes and burns in Alva (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2017-11-04 - Passenger bus crashes into median and overturns at 4:30 AM on highway in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), 20+ injured:

2017-11-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on the Chestnut Bypass in Centre (Alabama):

2017-11-04 - Van veers over centerline at 11:28 PM, hits bus head-on, in Vernon Township (Ohio), 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - SUV veers over centerline just before 6 AM, hits car head-on, in Fresno County (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2017-11-04 - Car and truck collide head-on in Pheasant's Nest (Australia), 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - Two cars collide head-on at 2:07 AM on creek bridge in Allentown (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police came upon the crash on the bridge over the Jordan Creek shortly after it happened and before anyone called for help, Keiser said."

2017-11-04 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Fox Crossing (Wisconsin), 2 injured:

2017-11-04 - Two cars collide head-on in coastal Durban (South Africa), 5 injured:

2017-11-04 - Car veers off road, overturns down embankment, on I-691 in Meriden (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - Car veers off road and overturns at 2 AM near Shreve (Ohio), 1 killed:

2017-11-04 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in coastal Miami Beach (Florida), 1 injured:

2017-11-04 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on the Maine Turnpike in coastal Portland (Maine):

2017-11-04 - Man's dogs attack and kill him in Hamlet (North Carolina):

2017-11-04 - Dog attacks and injures person near Mansfield (Texas):

2017-11-04 - Child, 2, has seizure on Ferry Lane in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Ferry Lane, Hull. Sat 4 Nov 2017 20:29 (No:23978) Two year old child having a seizure. Fire Service personnel administered oxygen therapy prior to arrival of amublance service. Patient transferred to hospital via ambulance. Parents in attendance."

Note: Ferry Lane is right next to the River Hull and 2 miles upriver from the ocean. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2017-11-04 - Man, 46, crewman, suckens at 3:15 AM on ship near the coast of France, airlifted out:

Quote: "On Nov 4, 2017, at 03.15 a.m. the CROSS Corsen was informed by the Maritime Medical Coordination Center in Toulouse that a 46 year old crew member of the 'Cap Finistère' had fallen ill. The ferry, serving the Porsmouth-Santander route, was north of Aber-Wrac'h. Following a conference call with the Maritime Medical Consultation Center in Toulouse, the SAMU in Finistère and the CROSS Corsen, the decision was taken to medevac the patient for treatment at the Hospital La Cavale Blanche in Brest. A Cayman helicopter of the Navy base in Lanvéoc took off at 4.43 a.m. and hoisted the man at 5:15 a.m."

2017-11-04 - Magnitude 6.9 earthquake strikes in the ocean southwest of Samoa:

2017-11-04 - Magnitude 5.1 earthquake strikes on the coast near Guatemala City (Guatemala):

2017-11-04 - Every other summer will shatter heat records within a decade:

2017-11-04 - As the world warms, future volcanic eruptions could cause more climate cooling:

Quote: "The reason for the difference in climate response between 1815 and 2085 is tied to the oceans, which are expected to become more stratified as the planet warms, and therefore less able to moderate the climate impacts caused by volcanic eruptions."

Note: Interesting, but volcanic aerosols provide only temporary cooling in any case. The VEI7 eruption of Mount Tambora in 1815 only cooled the planet by 1C or 2C for one year. That was enough to cause widespread starvation from crop failures though...

2017-11-04 - UN climate conference to maintain ambition one year after Paris Accord – 'We are running out of time to turn things around.':

Note: Hah, 'running out of time'. I don't think their watches are even working anymore!

2017-11-04 - Typhoon Damrey roars into Vietnam, 27+ killed, 22 missing:

2017-11-04 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Penang (Malaysia):

2017-11-04 - Storm forecast brings fear of toxic runoff from wine country burn zones in California:

2017-11-04 - Mold blanketing Puerto Rico, making it hard to breathe:

2017-11-04 - 13 bodies of water contaminated by enteric bacteria in Florida:

2017-11-04 - A week of medical emergencies in Yuma (Arizona), Oct 22-28:

Quote: "19 for difficulty breathing, 22 for chest pain, 25 for falls, 9 for unconscious people, 11 seizure cases, 1 possible stroke case, 2 for intoxicated persons, 9 for people under the influence of drugs, 3 drug overdoses, 11 for people with psychiatric problems, 2 for dehydration, 6 for medical alarms, 1 for children locked in a vehicle, 3 for allergic reactions, 1 for choking, 9 for altered or decreased level of consciousness, 1 for fever, 2 for broken bones, 3 for diabetic emergencies, 2 for bites (1 spider, 1 unknown), 1 for a bee sting, 8 for man down calls, 2 for uncontrolled bleeding..."

2017-11-04 - Hello, Trump Tax Cuts and goodbye Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security:

Note: 'Trickle-down economics' makes a comeback - great news if you're rich!

2017-11-04 - Crocodile monitor lizard turns up in man's yard in Riverside (California):

2017-11-04 - Jesus punches Obi-Wan Kenobi at Halloween party in coastal Dundee (Scotland):

Quote: "Officers would like to trace a man described as in his mid 20s, about 5ft 10 and medium build, with long brown hair, a beard, and wearing long robes..."


  1. Dann! If all that emergency action is from a small city like Yuma, I wouldn't want to see the call log of places like NY or Philly! Gyad!

    Fish dying off means less food available now and in the future.

    Lots of residences exploding and burning on this day.

    Declassified: CIA poisoned entire town with LSD in massive mind-control experiment

    Woman nearly loses left hand following shark bite off MacArthur Beach State Park, Florida; two attacks on the same day in the area

    [not sure of this was already posted]
    Leopard drags sleeping man out of home in Uttarakhand, India

    Severe weather blows roofs from buildings, brings unseasonal snow and 'giant hail' to New South Wales, Australia

    Seven dead in worst floods to hit Penang, Malaysia

    Newborn killed by family dog in Cleveland, Ohio

    Sperm whale washes up on Oak Island, North Carolina

    Terrifying sounds from the sky captured in several regions Indonesia as well as in Calgary, Canada

    Mexico after Argentina: Clash of cold and warm air fronts goes BANG and rattles windows in Tijuana and Mexicali

    [not sure I buy their explanation]

    Enhanced volcanic activity at Fuego (Guatemala), Popocatepetl (Mexico), Ambae (Vanuatu) – earthquakes reported at Redoudt and Fournaise volcanoes

    Best Photobomb Ever: Hubble telescope was trying to take a picture of distant galaxies, but asteroids kept getting in the way

    [more later]

  2. Yeah, I looked up Yuma - not even 100,000 people, so big town, or small city, however you wanna look at it. Either responders have been told to only use their sirens in critical situations or people in Yuma must've been listening to sirens pretty much non-stop for that entire week. Probably the former - keep things quiet as people spaz out, die, collapse unconscious or go insane or whatnot. If you don't hear a bunch of sirens, things can't be all bad, right? Right?!

  3. Yeah, and it's near 2 rivers . . .

    Demand drop could shut a quarter of global refining capacity in a 2⁰C world

    A quarter of global refining capacity could become unviable and be forced to close by 2035 as a swelling tide of climate regulations and rapid advances in clean technologies cut oil demand, finds a report launched today by Carbon Tracker highlighting sector risks for investors.

    Falling oil demand in a carbon-constrained world would squeeze margins across the industry, and drive the least profitable refineries out of business. Processing less oil at lower margins means that refinery earnings and hence values could halve by 2035, finds Margin Call: Refining Capacity in a 2°C World. Earnings from the global industry totalled around $147 billion in 2015. [more]

    [2035 - I guess they don't read (or buy into) Guy's message]

    Trump/Russia: Big Carbon’s last monstrous grasp

    Trump/Russia scandal is about fossil fuels, the carbon bubble, and a last monstrous grasp by the rotting dead hand of the global carbon club.

    New Zealand considers creating climate change refugee visas

    [Take a load off Fanny, and you put the load right on ME]

    China says it still wants U.S. cooperation on climate change

    Trump’s gang of climate deniers has grown into an army

    FEMA had a plan for responding to a hurricane in Puerto Rico but doesn’t want you to see it

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency, citing unspecified “potentially sensitive information,” is declining to release a document it drafted several years ago that details how it would respond to a major hurricane in Puerto Rico.
    The plan, known as a hurricane annex, runs more than 100 pages and explains exactly what FEMA and other agencies would do in the event that a large storm struck the island. The document could help experts assess both how well the federal government had prepared for a storm the size of Hurricane Maria and whether FEMA’s response matches what was planned. The agency began drafting such advance plans after it was excoriated for poor performance and lack of preparation in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

    Early last week, a FEMA spokesman said he would provide a copy of the plan that afternoon. It never came. After a week of follow-ups, FEMA sent a statement reversing its position. “Due to the potentially sensitive information contained within the Hurricane Annex of the Region II All Hazards Plan, there are legal questions surrounding what, if any, portions of the annex can be released,” the statement said. “As such, the documents that you seek must be reviewed and analyzed under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by FEMA.” The statement did not explain what legal questions apply. [more; and more secret government]

    In Trump Era, rising seas still a concern for Defense Department

    [pretty hard to argue with reality]

    Softwood trees in Canada’s Maritime provinces declining due to global warming – “By the end of the century, those species that industry relies on heavily won’t be performing as well as they are today”

    [continued below]

  4. The Federal Reserve Has Just Given Financial Markets The Greatest Sell Signal In Modern American History

    And it isn’t as if the “real economy” ever recovered in any meaningful way.  Most American families are still living paycheck to paycheck, and a new economic crisis would push millions more out of the middle class.

    For a long time I have been warning that the only reason why stock prices ever got this high was because of the central banks, and I have also been warning that they could crash the markets if they wanted to do so.

    Hopefully there is nothing nefarious going on, but I do find it very strange that all of the major global central banks are moving toward tightening at the exact same time. [more]

    From Miami to Shanghai: 3C of warming will leave world cities below sea level

    The three-degree world: the cities that will be drowned by global warming

    Pakistan’s glaciers face new threat: Highway’s black carbon

    As 2017 declared among the three warmest years ever recorded will President Trump take the US out of the Paris pact?

    A magnitude 6.8 - 86km NE of Hihifo, Tonga is the 4th major quake of November as new Coronal Hole opens up on our Sun

    Violent weather anomaly in New South Wales, Australia brings giant hail, unseasonal snow and destructive winds across NSW

    Farmers fear for their animals and cultivations as the damage from Sunday night’s storm was “massive”. [more]

    Giant swarm of crows invades city in Tajikistan sparking fear among residents (video)

    [more below]

  5. Severe floods in New Hampshire wash up a whole house down river (video)

    [Hey, take the truss with you, wi'-ya?!]

    Late-season severe weather outbreak, tornadoes hit Indiana and Ohio

    Late-season severe storms accompanied by strong winds, lightning, and several tornadoes rolled through parts of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania on Sunday, November 5, 2017, causing widespread damage. The worst affected were Indiana and Ohio. At least 2 people have lost their lives and 8 were injured. More than 100 000 customers were without power Sunday night. [more]

    The American Century Is Ending

    Extreme weather events, continual terrorist attacks, extreme global poverty, ever-larger mass shootings, and fentanyl-assisted suicides. Long live Pax Americana...

    It's biblically ironic that on the anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, the U.S. Empire is tottering towards final implosion...[more; it's a good, short piece]

    Conflict Of Idiocracy

    "Never again is what you swore the time before"

    We live in a society run by industry-captured whores. They're never allowed to advise caution, because that would impact business. Being a serial-conned dunce is the new "GDP"...

    There have been two major flash crashes since 2008, both unresolved...

    I stand corrected. The DOJ arrested a day-trader in early 2015 for causing the 2010 Flash Crash. And while he was being incarcerated, just a few months later, a bigger flash crash took place. Proving that regulators are industry-captured uber-buffoons. No other charges have been laid. 

    "In parts of London’s financial community, Sarao’s arrest and indictment were greeted with incredulity, and for good reason. How could a small-time trader of limited means help to almost bring down one of the world’s biggest and most liquid financial markets? Why haven’t any financial institutions, particularly those that specialize in high-frequency trading, been brought to book? And, if the Justice Department’s theory of the case is true, what does it say about the fragility of the U.S. financial system?"

    The Flash crashes were caused by stop losses set below momentum ETFs [more]

  6. News Links, November 6, 2017
    Rice Farmer

    US Gross National Debt Spikes by $640 billion in 8 Weeks

    Another 60-plus Sears, Kmart stores set to close in January 2018; see the list

    Cryptocurrencies' market cap hits record $200 billion as bitcoin soars

    One Bitcoin Transaction Now Uses as Much Energy as Your House in a Week

    Bitcoin Is the 'Very Definition' of a Bubble, Credit Suisse CEO Says

    Cryptoshuffler Proves Bitcoin Owners Susceptible to Malware, Steals $150,000

    No, We Cannot Shoot Down North Korea's Missiles
    The number one reason we don't shoot down North Korea's missiles is that we cannot.

    Pentagon: Ground invasion would be required to destroy North Korea nuclear weapons

    Saudi Helicopter Carrying 8 High-Ranking Officials & Prince Bin-Muqrin Crashed Near Yemen Border - All Dead

    Enbridge Line 3 Faces Dakota Access-Style Opposition

    Water shortages parch Moroccan towns, prompt protests

    Must read: The Geopolitical Implications Of Renewable Energy

    U.S. exploration and production slowing down [no wonder gas is up]

    Norway's Oil Sector Faces Existential Crisis

    Shakeup in Thai poultry industry as human health fears grow

    Asian farmers can't meet rising food demand: Rabobank

    Rats, Bedbugs, Mosquitoes Evolve Rapidly In Urban Environments: Study

    Pongo Tapanuliensis: Third Orangutan Species Identified, Already Facing Severe Extinction Risk

    Herbicide 'Roundup' detected in Californians urine at increasing levels

    Wireless connectivity silently creating medical problems: Expert

    The Effects of Cell Phone Use and Emotion-regulation Style on College Students' Learning

    ISIS was state-sponsored by US allies, says former government intelligence analyst

    Wasserman Schultz Shunned FBI, Hid Security Breach From DNC Officials

    FBI Turns Over Hundreds Of Pages Of New Clinton Probe Documents

    Obama Admin Lied; New Memos Reveal Uranium One Exports To "Europe And Asia" Via Canada

    A Month After Ambush, US and Niger Can't Get Their Stories Straight [like Las Vegas shooting, eh?]

    Running Out Of Room: No energy = no goods and services = no economy
    The bottom line is this: humans are now at the desperate phase of trying to keep the perpetual expansion model alive. These efforts are clearly failing, which we can detect in faltering ecosystems, slowing global growth, and immensely energy-intensive and environmentally-destructive efforts to get the remaining dregs out as fast as possible.

    The End is Near...Depopulation is Out of Control...So Buy Stocks (Seriously)
    Any way you look at it, collapse is in the cards. Resources, energy, people... Growth is dead. -- RF

    Ugo Bardi predictions of the future from "Extracted"

    The New American Dream: Work Longer, Live Sicker, Die Sooner

    Record 95.4 Million Americans Are No Longer In The Labor Force As 968,000 Exit In One Month [well, no wonder the UNempl rate is low]

    Elizabeth Warren: "Yes" The Democratic Primary Was Rigged For Clinton

    Malls and their Hapless Investors Keep Getting Crushed

    Police to use oral drug testing to arrest thousands of motorists
    [desperate attempt at control]

    Paradise Papers: Massive New Leak Exposes Tax-Haven Secrets, Links Wilbur Ross To Russia

  7. 60 Minutes: Puerto Rico still mostly without electricity – “There is no food. There is no water. There is no gasoline. There is no power. There is no running water … no banks … ATMs. There’s nothing.”

    Endangered vaquita porpoise dies in captivity – Fewer than 30 vaquitas remain

    Security planes are regularly flying over San Antonio and nobody TELLS why

    Two high-altitude surveillance planes the state bought for more than $15 million to help secure the Mexican border are regularly circling over San Antonio….

    But details about exactly what they’re doing are scarce.

    Colorado Springs Ocean Of Clouds (Video)

    One Year Later: Make Spontaneous Implosion Great Again

    Tomorrow marks one year since the Anti-Christ-in-Chief was elected...

    "I alone possess the ability to transform big, fat, ugly bubbles into never-ending bull markets, simply through the power of non-stop bullshit. It's what I do. It takes no effort"

    As I just showed, the leading market today is not Tech despite the largest merger in Tech history. The leading market is Energy, because SaudiPlosion is "bullish". What else could it be?

    Last week OPEC committed to bullshitting for another year. No one has figured out that the cartel are all price takers. Global deflation controls the market. 

    During the past three year glut, inventories climbed as prices fell and inventories fell as prices climbed. This is the exact opposite of what supply and demand curves would predict. Demand should rise when prices fall, and supply should fall when prices fall. UNLESS, both supply and demand are inelastic. In fact they are negatively correlated to the price of oil. When oil falls it's because the global economy is deflating, hence demand falls. Supply rises when the price falls to offset the loss of revenue. More units supplied at a lower price. [more]

  8. Interesting things happening

    Some serious issues happening to the EBT food cards as well. I just read a comment section on the report a problem site and a lot of people all across the country are hungry. Seems the proverbial shit ball is really Rollin now. On a personal note I'm eaten just fine.
    My favorite meme as of late is "what doesn't kill ya, gives one unhealthy coping mechanisms and a twisted sense of humor"