Friday, December 8, 2017

Event Update For 2017-12-07

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

2017-12-07 - Unknown foul odor hits medical facility and sickens people in Rancho San Diego (California), 11 miles from the coast:

Quote: "Multiple patients were transported to a local hospital after complaining of a headache and nausea resulting from a foul odor at a Kaiser Permanente medical office in Rancho San Diego."

2017-12-07 - Unknown stench continues sickening people regularly in the wee hours in Ahwatukee (Arizona):

Quote: "The stench has bedeviled some neighborhoods for several months. 'My son woke up this morning throwing up. I woke up My wife woke up. It was just disgusting,' said Joe Lanzo, who said the stench in his neighborhood near Desert Vista High School seemed to start between midnight and 4 a.m. and hang until at least 9 a.m."

2017-12-07 - Man, around 60, found burned to death at 7:15 AM in burning clothing donation box in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "A body was found Thursday morning after a fire in a clothing donation box in the Uptown neighborhood on the North Side, according to Chicago Police. About 7:15 a.m., firefighters extinguished the blaze in the box in the 1500 block of West Wilson and discovered the body in the remains, police said. Area North detectives are conducting a death investigation."

2017-12-07 - Car goes up in flames and kills woman on road in Hosri (India):

Quote: "A woman died when a car caught fire under mysterious circumstances here on Thursday. Police sources said that a car was found burning on Tando Muhammad Khan Road in the limits of Hosri. However, a woman inside the vehicle was burned alive."

2017-12-07 - Small plane bursts into flame after takeoff then crashes on the island of St. Croix, all 5 aboard killed:

Quote: "Police Commissioner Delroy Richards told The Consortium that the aircraft, a private chartered plane, took off from the St. Croix airport and soon after starting experiencing engine problems, with flames coming from one of its two engines. The pilot circled back and attempted to land at the airport, but the plane crashed in a field area near the runway, leaving all occupants, including the pilot, dead, Mr. Richards said."

Note: This is the 111th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2017...

2017-12-07 - Numerous wildfires continue to rage in California, many homes destroyed:

2017-12-07 - Thomas Fire grows to 115,000+ acres near coastal Ventura (California):

2017-12-07 - Lilac Fire breaks out, destroys homes in retirement community, grows rapidly to 2500 acres, near Fallbrook (California):

Quote: "A brush fire driven by gusty winds that have plagued Southern California all week exploded rapidly Thursday north of San Diego, destroying dozens of trailer homes in a retirement community and killing race horses at an elite training facility. The fire expanded to 4 square miles (10 square kilometers) in a matter of hours and tore through the tightly packed Rancho Monserate Country Club community in the small city of Fallbrook, known for its avocado orchards and horse ranches. At least two people were hospitalized with burns."

2017-12-07 - Brush fire breaks out, destroys home(s), grows rapidly to 300 acres, in Murrieta (California):

Note: So the above two fires makes at least eight significant 300+-acre fires in December in California so far this year. That eclipses the seven 300+-acre fires that burned in December in California in ALL of the sixteen years from 2000 to 2015. So instead of one such fire on average every two years or less, it's been more than one such fire on average EVERY DAY, which is more than a 70,000% increase over the 2000-2015 December wildfire rate in California. So wildfires are more than 700 times worse this year than normal in December in California, so far. I doubt the trend continues at that rate, but then again, if it DID continue at that rate, I wouldn't be shocked...

2017-12-07 - Brush fire breaks out in coastal Huntington Beach (California):

Note: Huntington Beach is where they formed a committee to investigate why their city is being hit by hydrogen sulfide, mentioned in the 2017-10-02 update...

2017-12-07 - Brush fire breaks out in coastal Oceanside (California):

2017-12-07 - Small brush fire breaks out in coastal Malibu (California):

2017-12-07 - Duplex destroyed by explosion and fire at 6:04 AM in Huntington (Indiana), 1 injured:

Note: This is the 345th residential explosion in 2017...

2017-12-07 - Recycling center erupts in flame in Santa Ana (California):

2017-12-07 - Landfill fire breaks out on Pond Island near the island of St. Maarten:

2017-12-07 - Pilot ship 'Enterprise' bursts into flame in coastal Hoek van Holland (Netherlands):

2017-12-07 - Fishing boat bursts into flame, burns and sinks, near coastal Koror (Palau):

2017-12-07 - Boat destroyed by fire at 11:46 PM on the River Thames near High Street in Kingston-upon-Thames (Britain):

Note: These are the 1027th, 1028th and 1029th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-12-07 - Passenger train hit by smoke in coastal Mumbai (India):

2017-12-07 - Three passenger buses go up in flames while parked in Pal Gam, Surat (India), 4000 feet from the coast:

Note: These are the 797th, 798th and 799th buses to burn in 2017...

2017-12-07 - Crane truck, semi tractor, dump truck, 2 pickup trucks, front-end loader and building destroyed by fire at trucking company in North Pole (Alaska), nobody there:

Quote: "Kuhnert said a crane, dump truck, front-end loader, a couple of pickup trucks and at least one semi-truck were inside the building and could not be saved."

2017-12-07 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Ashley Road in Morris (Illinois):

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 near Salina (Kansas):

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 near Rocky Mount (North Carolina):

2017-12-07 - Two tractors, vehicle, four-wheeler, some motorcycles and shed destroyed by fire shortly before 1:30 AM in Arland (Wisconsin):

Quote: "A collector’s car inside the shed at 1168 Ninth Street, about 2 1/2 miles south of Hwy. 8 on Hwy. F was saved, but a vehicle parked nearby the shed and two tractors, a four-wheeler, a few motorcycles and other farm-related equipment in the shed were destroyed."

Note: These are the 2125th, 2126th, 2127th, 2128th, 2129th, 2130th and 2131st tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-12-07 - Several rental trucks go up in flames at 3:45 AM while parked at business in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2017-12-07 - Dump truck bursts into flame outside fire station in Concord (Massachusetts):

2017-12-07 - Mail truck bursts into flame near Liberia Avenue and Signal Hill Road in Manassas (Virginia):

2017-12-07 - RV bursts into flame while parked at storage facility in Broomfield (Colorado):

Note: This is the 618th RV to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-12-07 - SUV, pickup truck and car destroyed by fire at 2 AM while parked at home in Turley (Oklahoma):

2017-12-07 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at mall in coastal San Leandro (California):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Lewiston (Idaho):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Port St. Lucie (Florida):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on Goldstream Avenue in coastal Victoria (Canada):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on Smith Street in Glen Forrest (Australia):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on street in Portobello area in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland), 2300 feet from the ocean:

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on South View in Crownhill area in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on the A452 near Nottingham (Britain):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on road between South Cerney and Cirencester (Britain):

2017-12-07 - Car bursts into flame on Metz Way near Gloucester (Britain):

2017-12-07 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked in Escambia County (Florida):

2017-12-07 - Car, garage and home go up in flames in Arlington Heights (Illinois):

2017-12-07 - Vehicle and auto shop go up in flames in Susquehanna Township (Pennsylvania):

2017-12-07 - Several vehicles, farm machinery and home destroyed by fire on Covered Bridge Road near Mahaffey (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2017-12-07 - Vehicles and commercial building destroyed by massive blaze in Santa Ana (California):

2017-12-07 - SUV and mobile home destroyed by fire in Marysvale (Utah):

2017-12-07 - Barn destroyed by fire in Black Forest (Colorado):

2017-12-07 - Barn destroyed by fire near Wayne (Illinois):

2017-12-07 - Barn destroyed by fire on Covered Bridge Road in Wimer (Oregon):

2017-12-07 - Barn destroyed by fire in Blackborough (Britain), 100 ducklings killed:

2017-12-07 - Garbage bursts into flame at 3 AM in garbage truck near Opryland in Nashville (Tennessee):

2017-12-07 - Commercial building destroyed by huge fire in Anaheim (California):

2017-12-07 - Business destroyed by fire in Elsmere (Delaware):

2017-12-07 - Bag business damaged by fire in Memphis (Tennessee):

2017-12-07 - Picture framing business damaged by fire at 3:29 AM in Temple (Texas):

2017-12-07 - Storage facility heavily damaged by fire in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2017-12-07 - Washing machine bursts into flame at home, fire spreads to home, in coastal Port St. Lucie (Florida):

2017-12-07 - Home damaged by fire in Lisbon Falls (Maine):

Quote: "Lisbon firefighters, who had been investigating an odor of propane in another part of town, were assisted by crews from other towns, including Sabattus, Lewiston and Topsham."

2017-12-07 - Home damaged by fire at 2:15 AM in the east valley in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2017-12-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Westminster (Maryland), 4 dogs injured, nobody there:

2017-12-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours in Pratt City (Alabama), nobody there:

2017-12-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:30 AM in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2017-12-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Central Falls (Rhode Island):

2017-12-07 - Home destroyed by fire at 2 AM in East Bank (West Virginia):

2017-12-07 - Home destroyed by fire in Richmond (Kentucky), nobody there:

2017-12-07 - Two homes damaged by fire in coastal San Francisco (California):

2017-12-07 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in White Marsh (Maryland), 1 injured:

2017-12-07 - Apartment building destroyed by fire in Manchester (New Hampshire):

2017-12-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Richfield Township (Michigan), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 5 AM in Columbia (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Jefferson Park area in Chicago (Illinois), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in San Antonio (Texas), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Deadly fire burns high-rise apartment building in coastal Sunny Isles Beach (Florida), 1 killed, several injured:

2017-12-07 - Vacant mobile home burns in Osgood (Indiana):

2017-12-07 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in New Market (Alabama):

2017-12-07 - Vacant motel burns at 2 AM in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2017-12-07 - Vacant warehouse destroyed by fire in Kalamazoo Township (Michigan):

2017-12-07 - Man, 60, firefighter, collapses while fighting fire, dies a few days later, near Bowie (Texas):

2017-12-07 - Man, 54, trucker, found dead near his big rig in Statesville (North Carolina):

2017-12-07 - Man in his 20s slumps over dead in car at airport in coastal Newark (New Jersey):

Quote: "Port Authority police confirms a man’s body was found in an employee parking lot at Newark Liberty Airport early Thursday morning. Port Authority police say the body was that of a man in his twenties and had no signs of trauma. But how he died remains a mystery. Investigators remained at the scene until about 5 a.m."

2017-12-07 - Woman, 72, found dead in Bear Creek near her home in Phoenix (Oregon):

2017-12-07 - Woman found dead in the water along Bay Trail near coastal Sunnyvale (California):

2017-12-07 - Person found dead in pond at fish farm in coastal Vero Beach (Florida):

Quote: "The Indian River County Sheriff's Office found a body in a pond at a fish farm in Vero Beach, the second one this week."

2017-12-07 - Man, 71 or 81, found dead in creek near apartments in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2017-12-07 - High school boy goes into cardiac arrest during basketball game, dies a few days later, in coastal Surrey (Canada):

2017-12-07 - Woman, 23, found dead in Sanson (New Zealand):

2017-12-07 - Girl, 9, found dead in swimming pool at school in Kamulu (Kenya):

2017-12-07 - Boy, 4, found dead in swimming pool at beach home in coastal Goa (India):

2017-12-07 - Pregnant woman, 29, found dead at home on Newport Road in Milton Keynes (Britain), near the River Great Ouse:

2017-12-07 - Man in his 70s drops dead at post office in Gloucester (Britain):

2017-12-07 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane lands in Manchester (Britain):

Quote: "A packed flight from New York to Manchester has landed safely after declaring a mid air emergency this morning. The huge Airbus A330-343 plane declared the emergency just over Wales at around 6.40am and landed at Manchester Airport at around 7.25am. Virgin Atlantic said the plan requested priority landing as a person on-board was taken ill."

2017-12-07 - Man has 'medical issue', SUV mows down pedestrians in coastal Manhattan (New York), 6 injured:

Quote: "Police said the TLC driver suffered a medical issue behind the wheel of a Lincoln Continental when he lost control and injured six people."

Quote: "The driver accused of causing the injuries complained of chest pain while being questioned by police, and was loaded into an ambulance. He is not expected to be charged."

2017-12-07 - Driver has 'medical episode' just before 7 AM, car hits car, bursts into flame, on I-93 in Braintree (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A sedan burst into flames just after the Exit 6 ramp in Braintree just before 7 a.m., after it was rear-ended by another car when the driver had a medical episode, Braintree Fire Chief James O’Brien said."

2017-12-07 - Driver has 'medical episode', car hits tree, in Las Cruces (New Mexico):

Quote: "A vehicle came within several feet of crashing into the Las Cruces Police Department on Thursday afternoon after the person behind the wheel had a medical episode."

2017-12-07 - Small plane crashes near airport in Limon (Colorado):

2017-12-07 - Three school buses crash on the Dixie Highway in Jefferson County (Kentucky), 41 lightly injured:

2017-12-07 - Tanker truck overturns near Seneca Road in Trumansburg (New York):

2017-12-07 - Tanker truck overturns, bursts into flame, on the NH-91 in Bulandshr (India), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer and car crash, big rig bursts into flame, near Raft Swamp (North Carolina), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer plunges 150 feet off road at 4:45 AM on Highway 154 in Santa Barbara County (California), 1 injured:

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on the 15 Freeway in Jurupa Valley (California), brush fire burns too:

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer overturns shortly after 2 AM on US 50 in coastal Annapolis (Maryland):

2017-12-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-540 near Van Buren (Arkansas):

2017-12-07 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, near Laplace (Louisiana), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Car veers across median at 6:45 AM, hits SUV head-on, in Saratoga Springs (Utah), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "About 6:45 a.m., a sedan traveling south on Redwood Road crossed all lanes of travel and through the center median before hitting a northbound Jeep, said Saratoga Springs Police Sgt. Shane Taylor."

2017-12-07 - Car veers off road, hits pole, bursts into flame, in Cleveland (Ohio), 1 killed:

2017-12-07 - Man runs around and jumps on cars in traffic in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

Quote: "Shortly after 7:00 a.m. Mobile Police responded to reports of a man running in and out of traffic jumping on vehicles at the intersection of North Broad Street and Springhill Avenue. When News 5 crews got on the scene around 7:20, a man could be seen loaded in the back of an ambulance."

2017-12-07 - Man, 41, goes on crazed rampage near the Murray River in Loxton (Australia):

Quote: "A quiet street in a sleepy town on the banks of the River Murray has been rocked by a bizarre crime spree which ended with a man detained under the Mental Health Act. Around 8.30am on Thursday morning a 41-year-old Loxton man left a trail of damage and bloodshed around Kibby Rd in Loxton."

2017-12-07 - Five pit bulls attack and kill woman, injure another, in Jackson County (Alabama), second such attack in the state in 10 days:

2017-12-07 - Sinkhole spreading toward highway in Dickson (Tennessee):

2017-12-07 - Building partially collapses in coastal Durban (South Africa):

2017-12-07 - Sewer main breaks, sinkhole opens, in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2017-12-07 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens, in El Paso (Texas):

2017-12-07 - Iceland's Öræfajökull volcano may be about to erupt for first time since 1728:

2017-12-07 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Lake Taupo (New Zealand):

2017-12-07 - The most accurate climate models predict greater warming:

2017-12-07 - Snowstorm unloads 10 inches of snow in an hour near Valdez (Alaska):

2017-12-07 - Creepy noise from the sky baffles residents of Nashville (Tennessee):

2017-12-07 - Energy Minister’s fracking defense ignores research:


  1. Psylo Joe (from Greenville, NC) opened for Darlington last night at the club in West Chester. The Dead/Phish-influenced 4 piece band featured a talented sax player (played a bass and an alto at the same time on a few songs), real good lead, solid bass player and drummer on original music, but they covered Talking Heads (Psycho Killer) and others.

    PA back to representin' properly!

    This one's for Fran:
    US Homeland Security plans to conduct bio-terror test on Oklahoma Town

    The United States Homeland Security Department is going to conduct a test of the kind of biological warfare that might be used during a wide-scale terror attack on a city in Oklahoma. However, the residents of Newkirk, OK were only notified of their town's guinea-pig status by local newspaper ads.

    The test will involve a "low-level outdoor release of inert chemical and biological simulant materials," the notice reads. The notice provided no other explanation, but rather led readers to a science-heavy website.

    With a notice like this, what could possibly go wrong?

    And, quite expectedly, it did go wrong once Newkirk Herald Journal made it front-page story.

    No wonder that about 2,300 residents of Newkirk literally freaked out at the news and demanded an explanation from the authorities.

    "They're trying to tell us it's 100 percent safe," says Brian Hobbs, a local resident. "It leaves people with an uneasy feeling. I don't want to become the testing ground for the Department of Homeland Security." [more]

    [that's what they said about Sandy Hook and other "drills"]

    [more below]

  2. Mighty snowstorm in Turkey drops 1 meter of snow in 12 hours blocking roads and closing schools in Artvin

    Saturday, 9 December 2017
    Questions need to be asked about the fires in California

    Once again questions need to be asked about how the houses are reduced to ashes while surrounding trees remain intact.

    If I had to venture an e[x]planation it may be the proliferation of smart meters in homes.

    More questions about the California fires

    [~ 1/2 hr video at bottom is interesting - he brings up the drying out of the Mississippi River that we've seen, but brings up some good questions i'd like you, Jonny, to take a look at - regarding the CA fires where aluminum from cars is melted enough to run like liquid, yet nearby trees are untouched]

    The SoCal fires

    No Rain in Sight for Fire-Plagued Southern California

    Focus on the bitcoin revolution

    Bit by Bit: Bitcoin sets another record reaches $18,000 per single token

    [long article, contains these embedded stories]
    Bitcoin’s Berserker Run Resumes After Exchange Breaks; Novogratz Says “Not Close To The End"

    Steve Keen and Max Keiser debate bitcoin and whether it is a store of value or a bubble

    The Bitcoin debate: Max Keiser vs. Steve Keen [~ 15.5 min. video]

    Mighty snowstorm in Turkey drops 1 meter of snow in 12 hours blocking roads and closing schools in Artvin

    Like in Alaska, the snowstorm currently hitting the region of Artvin in Turkey is going biblical. More than 1 meter of dry powder has already accumulated within yesterday night and the snow is still falling. 45 villages are cut from the world – 10 in the province center, 15 in the Kurdish province, 5 in the province of Şiran and 15 in the province of Torul – after roads are overloaded with snow. In Artvin the primary and secondary schools are closed. Pregnant employees working for public companies are also on holidays, today. [more]

    [more later]

  3. Okay, I watched that video. Those radar blobs around cities - seen those happening. Here's a theory: they're using some sort of radiation to break up methane molecules in the atmosphere and turn them into water vapor. Not sure where the carbon would go (methane is CH4), maybe just rain out as microscopic molecules of carbon in the rain, or bond with oxygen atoms and make carbon monoxide or bond with O2 molecules and make carbon dioxide. I know there was one of those science-can-save us plans that involved using some sort of directed radiation to break up methane molecules.

    Anyway, right after those blobs in the video, the guy noted that a big storm appeared in that area. Storm - water vapor. Maybe from broken up methane clouds? And if that's what they're doing then you'd want one such installation for each major city, to protect the city from potential firestorms, and that's how those 'radar blobs' appear - around major population centers.

    As for the fires, well, both methane and hydrogen sulfide burn very hot, plenty hot enough to melt aluminum. So if the Santa Ana winds sweep some accumulated gases across an area as fires burn, you might see liquefied aluminum in some spots. As for nearby trees being unburned - that's not so weird. Fires are like weather - kinda random, lots of chaos in the system. When it rains, does it rain in one spot but not 20 feet away? Does a fire burn this spot but not 20 feet away? That kind of thing just plain happens sometimes. I don't see anything happening with these fires that some flammable gases blowing around in invisible clouds or adsorbed onto random spots on the ground can't explain - no need for unknown perpetrators that nobody's seen using science fiction weapons on us for unknown reasons.

    1. Tornadoes also create a lot of weird, random destruction. One house can be destroyed while one next door just has minor damage. Of course these fires in CA are creating fire tornadoes so I imagine a lot of weird, or what seems weird to humans, phenomena is occurring.

    2. My hat's off to both of you for being able to sit through thirty minutes of a prophecy-tard. Anytime I see anyone calling himself a "Watchman" I just blow him off anymore. These morons just can't accept the fact that the homo sapien species is NOT created in the image of god and is a shitty race that has destroyed everything. Yes we are very clever. Wise? No. Yes many individuals perform acts of kindness and charity every day. But as a whole we suck. Big time.

      All you fundys and evangelicals prepare to die and NOT go to heaven. Prepare to just die. To return to the state you were in before you were born. A state of nothingness. And no "secret guvmint" program is burning California. Man these fucktards are so tiresome with their bullshit.

      Sorry, I just had to do a mini rant. Feel free to not post if you prefer not to.

    3. Rant on! Heh, I didn't say I watched every second of that video. I skipped ahead some!

    4. I forgot to rant about smart meters. As far as I know most homes in Texas now have smart meters. At least in all the cities. I have heard of no controversy with them being blamed for fires. Some people don't like them for other reasons, myself included, but an increase in house fires has not happened here. This blaming smart meters is just another effort in blaming everything else but the real reason for an increase in fires....HYDROGEN SULFIDE! Get it through your thick heads you followers of Alex Jones, Mike Adams, Savage, all the prophecy "Watchmen", and the countless self-appointed experts in the vast wasteland of YouTube. You are going extinct soon and the Bilderberg Group is not doing it. There is no Black Op causing the gases to plume up from the oceans. "Mother Nature" is doing it because she's pissed and she has a hit out on you. Lol...

      Now the "secret societies" and powerful are more guilty of hiding the truth from you and encouraging you to believe in your delusional myths so as to keep your eyes off of what they are really doing. Or in some cases not doing. As in not doing anything to help you.

      California and the west coast seems to have more hydrogen sulfide and methane than the rest of the country. The wiring in homes is made of copper. Hydrogen sulfide has a "burning desire" to seek out copper, so to speak. These homes will burn with or without smart meters. The old analog meters were hooked up with copper wire too.

    5. Mr. MBB333 did a video on the "radar blobs" around cities yesterday. For the first 1:25 minutes he talks about an image anomaly regarding the oceans, and I still have no idea what he is talking about. Then from about 1:26 on he addresses the "blobs" around Amurican cities.

      On the whole I like Mr. MBB333 and I think most of the vids he makes are both interesting and important. But sometimes he goes off on a tangent and I figured the radar anomaly topic was one of those times, so I pretty much blew it off. But your take on it is food for thought.

  4. Also, he mentions that fires are burning in Spain and Portugal too. Yeah, that's the west coast of that hunk of Europe. That's the California of that area. They'll get hit first by whatever gases blow in off the Atlantic Ocean, just like California gets hit first by whatever gases blow in off the Pacific Ocean. So the fact that they're burning too, just like California, makes sense.

  5. Thanks for your thoughts Mike, and your explanation Jonny - it looks like we're all in agreement!

    It's snowing here now, so it looks like the weather people got this one right. I'll let you know about accumulation when it stops later this afternoon.

    Meteor fireball shoots across Mediterranean sky

  6. Still snowing at 8 p.m., but we only got about 3 inches (so far). Thing is that it's really cold now, so it isn't going to melt for a while and the roads will be slippery (= accidents galore).

    Army beat Navy in football in Philly today (making it 2 in a row).

    Billion-dollar climate disasters drain the nation

    [two worse are the military budget and healthcare costs]

    Missouri woman wins lottery twice in single day

    [reminds me of my wife's favorite joke. Woman wins the lottery, comes home, swings open the front door and hollers up to her husband at the top of the stairs: "Pack your bags honey, I won the lottery!" Hubby replies: "Shall I pack for cold or hot?" with a big smile. Wife returns: "I don't care as long as you're out of here by morning!" ba-dum TSHH!]

    Geo-economic forecast predicts rapid US collapse

    Author Alfred McCoy argues in his new book, "In the Shadows of the American Century: The Rise and Decline of US Global Power," that not only is the US' status a superpower bound to be eclipsed by China, but also that America's downfall will "be more abrupt than we imagine." [more]

    7 impressive and baffling phenomena recorded around the world

    good night everyone; hope to be back tomorrow