Saturday, September 29, 2018

Event Update For 2018-09-28

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

2018-09-28 - Trump administration admits cataclysmic global warming is coming, but decides not to try to survive and works instead to have us all suffer and die sooner:

Note: So their reasoning is this. First, they admit that catastrophic warming of 7 degrees F is going to happen. (It'll be way worse than that though.) Secondly, they say that our laws and regulations that cut greenhouse gas emissions would not by themselves solve the problem. Third, they say that since our emissions cuts would not solve the problem then we might as well reverse course and pump more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. That means everybody will suffer and die even sooner. So instead of fighting for our survival by doing the things we COULD do, which would buy people SOME additional time to remain alive, we're not going to do those things and will instead now be working to get us all buried in cemeteries even sooner. This is one hardcore pro-death administration here. If you've got a hankerin' to suffer and die, the Trump administration is here to help you achieve your goal. And forget that arbitrary 2100 BS - it's not like things are fine now and will remain fine until 2100 and then suddenly get bad. Calamitous effects are already happening and they're only going to continue to intensify...

2018-09-28 - Magnitude 7.5 earthquake strikes near coastal Palu (Indonesia), tsunami ensues, 420+ killed:

Quote: "The death toll from a powerful earthquake and tsunami on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi has reached 420, state media said Sunday, as rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region and survivors helped to retrieve the remains of those killed. The official Antara agency quoted the head of the national disaster agency giving the latest toll in the coastal city of Palu, while authorities warned casualties were 'increasing' as news arrived from remote areas cut off by the 7.5-magnitude earthquake and 1.5-meter (five feet) high tsunami. At least 540 people had been badly injured, an agency spokesman said, as hospitals struggled to cope with the influx of casualties."

2018-09-28 - Milwaukee Fire Department Hazardous Materials Response Team truck bursts into flame near Canal Street in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2018-09-28 - US Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II fighter jet crashes on island near coastal Beaufort (South Carolina), pilot ejects:

Quote: "A U.S. pilot ejected from a multi-million dollar fighter jet that crashed on a small island just miles from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort on Friday morning, according to officials. The jet, a single-seat Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II with Marine Corps training squadron VMFAT-501 — a unit known as the 'Warlords' — crashed around 11:45 a.m., according to Marine Corps spokesperson Capt. Christopher Harrison."

Note: 'That's comin' out of your paychecks for the next two thousand years, soldier!'

2018-09-28 - Home damaged by explosion and fire on Heath Lane in Warrington (Britain), 1 injured:

Note: This is the 261st residential explosion in 2018...

2018-09-28 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Fougeres Way in Ashford (Britain):

Note: This is the 556th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-09-28 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at petrol shop, fire spreads to shop and home, in Kamoke (Pakistan), 6 injured:

2018-09-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Gateway Drive in Opelika (Alabama):

2018-09-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-20 in Jackson (Mississippi):

2018-09-28 - Semi tractor bursts into flame at 3:45 AM while parked at business in Saskatoon (Canada):

2018-09-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3:30 AM on the M40 in Warwickshire (Britain), separate fiery fatal multi-truck crash too:

Quote: "On the same stretch of road, the southbound carriageway was closed after a heavy goods vehicle burst into flames."

2018-09-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A4103 in Withington (Britain):

Note: These are the 2093rd, 2094th, 2095th, 2096th, 2097th and 2098th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-09-28 - Garbage truck bursts into flame while parked inside city garage on Vinson Street in Williamson (West Virginia):

2018-09-28 - Dump truck bursts into flame on Bakers Way in coastal Exeter (Britain):

2018-09-28 - Truck bursts into flame on the Newell Highway near Gunnedah (Australia):

2018-09-28 - Truck bursts into flame on the M1 around Northampton (Britain):

2018-09-28 - RV destroyed by fire while parked at campground in South Hero (Vermont):

Note: This is the 432nd RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-09-28 - SUV bursts into flame on street in coastal Freeport (Florida):

2018-09-28 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in parking lot at bank in West Kelowna (Canada):

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on I-184 in Boise (Idaho):

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 5 in St. Paul (Minnesota), separate crash too:

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame on highway bypass near coastal Kuala Belait (Brunei):

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame at shop in coastal Southampton (Britain):

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame on London Road in Box (Britain):

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame on Square Lane in Burscough (Britain):

2018-09-28 - Car bursts into flame at 2:34 AM on Ellis Street in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Ellis Street, Hull. Fri 28 Sep 2018 02:34 (No:21670) Car fire. One hose reel, one BA in use."

2018-09-28 - Vehicle bursts into flame before 6:30 AM on I-81 in Botetourt County (Virginia):

2018-09-28 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Mount Monroe Road in Cuba (New York):

2018-09-28 - Vehicle bursts into flame in the Sydney Harbour Tunnel in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2018-09-28 - Vehicle bursts into flame on road near St Bees (Britain):

Quote: "Vehicle Fire St Bees(Copeland) 28 Sep 2018 At 21:08 Firefighters were called to a report of a vehicle fire on the St Bees to Braystones road. A crew from Whitehaven used compressed air foam (CAFS) to extinguish the fire. Crew were in attendance for approximately 30 minutes."

2018-09-28 - Motorcycle bursts into flame in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Hull. Fri 28 Sep 2018 10:53 (No:21702) Fire involving motorcycle. Crews extinguished using Scotty Backpack."

2018-09-28 - Barn heavily damaged by fire in Springfield (Illinois):

2018-09-28 - Tree stump ignites on Elm Road in Waltham (Britain), 4 miles from the coast:

Quote: "Elm Road, Waltham. Fri 28 Sep 2018 09:02 (No:21692) Fire involving tree stump. Crews extinguished using one hose reel, one Scotty Backpack and buckets of water."

2018-09-28 - Copper plant heavily damaged by fire near the Ohio River in Leetsdale (Pennsylvania):

2018-09-28 - Pavilion destroyed by fire at Maddox Park in Atlanta (Georgia):

2018-09-28 - Nursing home damaged by fire in coastal Istantbul (Turkey):

2018-09-28 - Several warehouses destroyed by huge fire in coastal Mumbai (India):

2018-09-28 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Norfolk (Virginia), 1 injured:

2018-09-28 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire in Midland (Michigan):

2018-09-28 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire in coastal Portlock (Hawaii), 1 injured:

2018-09-28 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Battle Creek (Michigan), cat killed:

2018-09-28 - Home heavily damaged by fire near Scruton Pond in Barrington (New Hampshire):,-area-towns-battle-two-alarm-house-fire

2018-09-28 - Home under construction destroyed by fire in coastal Bay St. Louis (Mississippi), nobody there:

2018-09-28 - Home destroyed by fire in Livingston (Kentucky):

2018-09-28 - Mansion heavily damaged by fire in coastal East Hampton (New York):

2018-09-28 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 2 AM in coastal Vancouver (Canada), 2 injured:

2018-09-28 - High-rise apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2018-09-28 - Hotel damaged by basement electrical explosion and fire just after 7 AM in Hasbrouck Heights (New Jersey):

2018-09-28 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Jersey City (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2018-09-28 - Deadly fire burns home at 4 AM in La Center (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2018-09-28 - Vacant building burns on Foston Grove in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Foston Grove, Preston Road, Hull. Fri 28 Sep 2018 19:55 (No:21745) Derelict building on fire. Two main lines and one Aerial Ladder Platform in use."

2018-09-28 - Vacant home burns at 6:32 AM on Harpham Grove in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Harpham Grove, Hull. Fri 28 Sep 2018 06:32 (No:21680) Fire involving derelict semi detached house. Fire through the roof. One hose reel, one main jet, two BA.In use."

2018-09-28 - Australia ignoring koala data as icon heads towards extinction:

2018-09-28 - College student found dead in Bear Creek Apartments at university in Boulder (Colorado):

2018-09-28 - Man found dead near the Pennybacker Bridge over the Colorado River in Austin (Texas):

2018-09-28 - Man swims after boat and dies in coastal Biscayne Bay (Florida):

2018-09-28 - Man, 57, has fatal 'medical emergency', car crashes off road, on River Road in Burke County (Georgia):

Quote: "The sheriff’s office has determined that the driver, now identified as 57-year-old Robert Joseph Miswell of Sulphur, LA, died of a medical emergency, likely a heart attack. Miswell was dead when Emergency Medical units arrived."

2018-09-28 - Man, 71, found dead in the Delta-Mendota Canal in Livermore (California):

Quote: "'There will have to be an autopsy to determine if he passed away before he went into the water, perhaps from a medical issue, or if he drowned,' Kelly said."

2018-09-28 - Man, county commissioner, found dead at home in Robeson County (North Carolina):

2018-09-28 - Woman, 52, drops dead in jail cell in Cullman County (Alabama):

2018-09-28 - Person found dead near school in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2018-09-28 - Woman found dead at campground on Lake Emory in Millshoal (North Carolina):

2018-09-28 - Woman found dead near the SpringHill Suites Marriott off Stirling Road in coastal Dania Beach (Florida):

2018-09-28 - Man, 39, goes surfing, next seen dead in the water near coastal Rosarito (Mexico):

2018-09-28 - Australian Army Reserve soldier has 'medical episode' and dies in Batchelor (Australia):

Quote: "An Australian Army Reserve soldier has died while training in the Northern Territory. Colleagues were unable to revive him after the soldier suffered a medical episode during a personal training session at the Batchelor Institute, about 100km south of Darwin."

2018-09-28 - College student, woman, 20, drops dead in her hostel room in Rawalpindi (Pakistan):

Quote: "A girl has been found dead in her postgraduate college hostel room in Rawalpindi under mysterious circumstances with initial investigation failing to offer any clues as to what caused her death."

2018-09-28 - College student, man, 18, found dead in the River Severn in Worcester (Britain):

2018-09-28 - Man, 55, has 'medical emergency', bleeds from mouth and nose, crashes car, on coastal Longboat Key (Florida), 630 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "Ford ended up breaking the left rear window to unlock the vehicle door.  The driver had blood coming from both his mouth and nose, said Ford, who tried to stop the bleeding and keep the man calm until Longboat Fire Rescue arrived. Witnesses said the driver appeared to be suffering a medical emergency."

2018-09-28 - Woman, 31, has 'medical issue', loses consciousness, car hits tree, in La Grange Township (Michigan), 2 injured:

Quote: "The Cass County Sheriff’s Office says a woman suffering a medical issue Friday passed out at the wheel, before her vehicle went off a road and struck a tree."

2018-09-28 - Man has 'medical incident', car crashes into coffee shop in Burlington (Vermont):

Quote: "It happened on North Avenue. Police say a man suffered a medical incident and drove his Lincoln through the glass at Scout and Company."

2018-09-28 - Small plane crashes along the shore of Lake Hancock (Florida), 2 injured:

2018-09-28 - Helicopter crashes into shallow water near Lituya Bay northwest of Juneau (Alaska), 1 injured, 3 missing:

2018-09-28 - Man goes missing from fishing vessel in the Bering Sea near Alaska:

2018-09-28 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into trees and ditch, on I-95 in coastal Viera (Florida):

2018-09-28 - Tractor trailer crashes into wall and overturns on I-95 in Richmond (Virginia):

2018-09-28 - Pickup truck veers over centerline shortly before 7 AM, hits SUV head-on, in San Antonio (Texas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-09-28 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into vehicles at car dealership, in Apache Junction (Arizona):

Quote: "DPS says the driver exited at Tomahawk and may have suffered a seizure."

2018-09-28 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in coastal Lacey (New Jersey), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-09-28 - Car veers off road, crashes into flower shop and home, in Munhall (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2018-09-28 - Car veers off road at 2:09 AM, hits parked vehicles, in Allentown (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2018-09-28 - Car veers off road, crashes into ravine, in Smithfield (New York), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-09-28 - Car veers off road just after midnight, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Wyoming (Michigan), 1 killed:

2018-09-28 - Car veers off road at 11:35 PM, hits tree, near Brisbane (Australia), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2018-09-28 - Naked man, 23, attacks woman in car with hammer in Neierbuerg (Germany):

2018-09-28 - Magnitude 5.1 earthquake strikes in the Tibet Autonomous Region (China):

2018-09-28 - Huge tornado mesmerizes onlookers in flood-ravaged Sinaloa (Mexico):

2018-09-28 - Devastating termite infestations threaten more damage in the wake of post-hurricane floods in the Carolinas:

2018-09-28 - New vehicle sales 'collapse' and pending home sales 'plunge' as America’s economic slowdown accelerates:

2018-09-28 - SEC sues Elon Musk, seeks to ban him from running Tesla or any public company:

2018-09-28 - WWII allied bombings damaged Earth's atmosphere and sent shock waves to edge of space:

2018-09-28 - Japanese rovers send back first video ever taken on an asteroid:

2018-09-28 - Particles coming from the ground in Antarctica have physicists puzzled:

2018-09-28 - Trump and Kim Jong Un have fallen in love:

Quote: "U.S. President Donald Trump took his enthusiasm for his detente with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to new heights on Saturday, declaring at a rally with supporters that 'we fell in love' after exchanging letters."


  1. Holy cow - a FOUR-pack of Hull events AND a garbage truck fire on the same day!

    Another tree stump burns without known cause, a city's Hazardous Response Truck bursts into flames (you KNOW you're in trouble when that happens - like when your fire department burns down), another college student dies before graduation, along with many other people of all ages, and a bunch of vehicles of all kinds burst into flames, some while being driven! Yep - typical day anymore.

    My wife had less than an hour layover in St. Louis last night, before finishing her final leg of the trip home from CA.

    Shark attack: 13-year-old boy injured near San Diego

    A 13-year-old boy was attacked early Saturday by a shark while diving for lobsters in waters off Encinitas, California, near San Diego, authorities said.

    The boy sustained traumatic injuries to his upper torso and was taken to a hospital. His current condition is unknown, Encinitas lifeguard Capt. Larry Giles told reporters.

    "The lifeguard was within a quarter-mile of the incident with a lifeguard truck and arrived on scene and started providing first aid right away," he said. The lifeguard was an emergency medical technician, Giles added.

    Paramedics arrived soon after, and the boy was taken to the hospital. He was conscious and talking on the beach, Giles said, as well as on his way to the hospital. [more]

    Thousands in Central Park panic after barrier collapse

    Fearing possible gunshots, it took only the collapse of a police barrier at a politically charged New York celebrity music show Saturday to send thousands of spectators fleeing in panic.

    The intense reaction underlined the burning social justice issues that dominated the event, which had started on a warm, sunny afternoon, with long lines forming for access. Also scheduled were Cardi B, The Weeknd and other pop stars. [more; geez, what are they gonna do when the shtf?]

    Powerful typhoon bears down on flood-battered Japan

    A powerful typhoon headed towards Japan's main island on Sunday forcing the cancellation or suspension of airline and train services and causing power outages and evacuations from areas still recovering from a typhoon last month.

    Japan issued evacuation orders and warnings to about 700,000 households in southern and western Japan and more than 300,000 households have suffered power outages in southern Okinawa and Kagoshima prefectures, said NHK, adding nearly 50 people had been injured in Okinawa and Kagoshima.

    Typhoon Trami, rated category 2 by Tropical Storm Risk, with category 5 the highest, is currently heading towards Japan's northeast. It will cross the islands of Kyushu and the main island of Honshu between Sunday and Monday, a path similar to that taken Typhoon Jebi early in September. [more]

    [more below]

  2. Sunday, 30 September 2018
    The Indonesian tsunami

    Horrific Images From Indonesian Tsunami
    [~ 4.75 min. news report]

    [MrMBB333 estimates the tsunami wave was at least 20']

    Death toll rises to 832 after M7.5 earthquake & devastating tsunami ravage Indonesia's Sulawesi island - UPDATE

    Death toll to rise to "THOUSANDS" after Indonesia's geophysics agency sensors missed tsunami allowing hundreds back onto the beach

    Temperatures at North Pole are at leas 10 deg Celsius above average.

    Conditions at the North Pole – 29 September, 2018

    Economic 9/11 Markets Will Collapse – Gerald Celente [~ 31 min. video]

    [embedded story (another ~ 16.5 min. video)]

    [and one more 20.25 min. video]
    US Housing Markets Are Starting To FALL! - Mortgage Rates Are JUMPING!

    Lady Liberty-sized asteroid to make close approach to Earth at over 37,000 mph

    A huge asteroid dubbed 2018 SP1 is hurtling towards Earth. The space rock is estimated to be about the size of the Statue of Liberty or larger.

    The giant space rock, discovered by NASA on September 19, is closing in on Earth at the speed of 37,600 mph, or 60,000 kph.

    The asteroid falls into the "potentially hazardous" category in NASA terms, given to all asteroids that go closer to Earth than 4.6mn miles and are bigger than 500ft in diameter. The space object is expected to make a "close approach" to Earth on October 3, when it passes by within 3.54mn miles. [more; that's not close]

    Powerful earthquake of magnitude 6.6 occurs in Fiji islands region

    A powerful magnitude 6.6 rocks Fiji Islands: 88th major quake of 2018 and 78 of them have occurred along The Pacific Ring Of Fire

    Elon Musk agrees to resign as Tesla chairman in settlement with SEC

    After 6-year-old's body found, search for clues continues

    Kaplan and Gastonia Fire Chief Phil Welch said the boy's body was found in about 3 feet (0.9 meters) of water in a creek, slightly more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) east of the park, by a searcher who was walking down the middle of the creek as his partners stood on the bank. [more]

  3. Good afternoon, Jonny, everyone. It's gettin' weird. Even though I know it's completely futile, i'm getting urges to DO stuff - no, DUMB stuff:
    pick up the sticks in my yard, re-paint the top of the knee wall at the top of the stairs, even vacuum fer cry-sake! Wtf is the matter with ME, man? I've already been sucked back into the pointless working world, like the freakin' bag o' peanuts they pay me every two weeks is gonna make a difference. I enjoy what I do, so that's a plus. Oh, and I ride the train, free (benefit of the PA State Lottery), so i'm reading again - right now i'm on my 3rd Haruki Murakami book ("magical realism" genre), just going back and forth to and from work 3 days a week. 1Q84 is 1157 pages (or you can get it in 3 separate books) of amazing writing, imagination, story development, character description, scene creating, social criticism, fantastic plot twists, and more (much of it beyond words).

    The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle was sublime, After Dark is the description of what happens to someone overnight - spellbinding, keeps you turnin' pages - ya just gotta know where this is going.

    The first Murakami book, the one that "set the hook" on me was Hard-Boiled Wonderland And The End Of The World. It's very hard to "describe" these stories of his - so much is going on, though the story line is simple. That book lead to Kafka On The Shore, another great read. He's got lots more, since he's been writing for a while, but I just discovered him.

    [meanwhile, elsewhere]

    Typhoon Trami batters Japan, halting East Japan Railway trains in Tokyo for the first time ever – Typhoon Kong-rey looms as new threat

    A typhoon is bringing Tokyo to a standstill.
    East Japan Railway Co., which operates major rail lines in the Japanese capital, suspended all train services in the Tokyo area from 8 p.m. on Sunday in preparation for Typhoon Trami, which made landfall in the west of the country.
    It is the first time for the rail operator to take such action, as far as can be confirmed, national broadcaster NHK reported. Most train services in the Japanese capital are expected to resume operations Monday morning, according to NHK.
    Kansai International Airport, which serves the greater Osaka area in western Japan, closed two runways from 11 a.m. on Sunday through 6 a.m. on Monday to prepare for the possible impact of Trami, according to a statement on its website. Parts of the Tozai metro line in Tokyo also suspended service after 9 p.m. Greater Tokyo is the world’s largest metropolis with a population of about 36 million people.
    The typhoon made landfall in western Japan’s Wakayama prefecture Sunday night, and strong winds and rain had already begun to affect Tokyo before midnight, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. Central Japan may be hit by record winds and there is the risk of record high waves in the Tokai area, where Nagoya is located and Toyota Motor Corp. is based.
    Trami, the 24th typhoon of the season, swept the southern islands of Okinawa and Kyushu Sunday morning, and maintained wind gusts of up to 213 kilometers per hour (132 mph) as it moved northwards, according to the JMA.
    More than 185,000 homes and offices had power outages as of 9 p.m. on Sunday in the southern Kyushu region, according to Kyushu Electric Power Co., while about 118,000 buildings were without power in Okinawa as of 9:50 p.m. according to Okinawa Electric Power Co. There have been more than 1,000 flight cancellations by various airlines on Sunday, and some stoppages have also been announced for Monday, NHK reported.
    Tides of up to 3.9 meters, with the potential to overflow coastal barriers, may occur in the Tokai region, according to the Japan Weather Association. [more]

  4. Trump administration completes plan to roll back safety rules inspired by Deepwater Horizon disaster – “These rollbacks allow offshore oil companies to self-police and prioritize industry profits over safety”

    The Trump administration has completed its plan to roll back major offshore-drilling safety regulations that were put in place after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster in 2010 that killed 11 people and caused the worst oil spill in American history.

    The Interior Department’s Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, which was established after the spill in the Gulf of Mexico and regulates offshore oil and gas drilling, has finalized a proposal for loosening the regulations as part of President Trump’s efforts to ease restrictions on fossil fuel companies and encourage domestic energy production.

    The rules “created potentially unduly burdensome requirements for oil and natural gas production operators on the Outer Continental Shelf, without meaningfully increasing safety of the workers or protection of the environment,” says the new 176-page rule, which is scheduled in the coming days to be published in the Federal Register, before becoming the administration’s final policy.

    “This rule supports the administration’s objective of facilitating energy dominance by encouraging increased domestic oil and gas production and reducing unnecessary burdens on stakeholders, while ensuring safety and environmental protection,” the new rule says.
    [more; the Gulf never recovered from DH and the Corexit aftermath]

    Major tsunami hits Indonesia after shallow M7.5 earthquake, more than 830 killed, 540 injured

    A major tsunami struck parts of Indonesia after powerful M7.5 earthquake hit the island of Sulawesi at 10:02 UTC (17:02 local time). The quake followed M6.1 earthquake at 07:00 UTC in which at least 1 person lost its life and 10 others were injured. Numerous moderate to strong aftershocks shook the region over the next few hours. [more]

    Tsunami waves up to 3 m (10 feet) hit the city of Palu, a growing tourist resort with a population of about 350 000 and the nearby fishing town of Donggala (population 280 000), both located some 80 km (50 miles) from the epicenter, after Indonesian authorities lifted the tsunami alert. [in the video posted above, the 1st wave, one of many, it appears, overwashed HOMES sitting on the shoreline - the roofs were completely submerged, while it lapped at the bottom of a standard modern billboard which looked at LEAST 20 ft tall - they might have been 3 m when the got to the CITY, but on the shore it was WAY deeper]

    Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesperson of the National Disaster Mitigation Agency, said communications had been cut off in both cities, adding that officials hope to be able to gauge the scale of the damage at daybreak.

    Numerous buildings have been destroyed and damaged as well as roads, bridges and other infrastructure. [more]

  5. Aerial footage reveals scale of destruction from Indonesian earthquake and tsunami (VIDEO) [~ 1 min. overview]

    Rescuers rush to save victims trapped by deadly Indonesia quake, tsunami [~ 7 min. news report]

    Frightening and dangerous future of warfare as ‘Robocalypse’ is on the horizon

    5 meteor showers that will light up the night sky this fall

    Autumn is meteor shower season across the Northern Hemisphere with the season's longer nights benefiting those trying to spot a few shooting stars. [more]

    Second dead minke whale found in Bay of Fundy, Canada in less than a month

    She said there hasn't been any obvious signs of trauma. [more]

    Number of people being mauled by dogs reaches all-time high in the UK

    The overall figure was 600 up on the previous year and 27 per cent higher than in 2012/13. [more]

    Wildlife Service ranger killed by black rhino in Kenya

    [oh man]

    "He fell down and the rhino violently attacked him as he sprawled on the ground," said a KWS personnel who cannot be named because he is not authorised to speak to the press.

    Efforts by his colleague to save him by shooting in the air were futile as the animal attacked the ranger. [more]

    No serious injuries, 1 missing as Boeing 737 lands in ocean near Micronesia

    Authorities say one person is unaccounted for after initially saying all 47 people on board a flight to Micronesia that crash landed in the ocean were safe.

    No serious injuries were reported among those traveling on a Boeing 737 that landed about 150 yards short of a runway off the coast of Micronesia, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. [more]


    Hi all!
    Every day I make it home from driving around, especially in Tulsa.....I feel thankful.
    We still have a plethora of bugs & an assortment of birds & other creatures.....I feel thankful (except for..ticks, mosquitoes, fleas, & flies, they literally suck)
    Anyway,thanks to all who keep watch and help inform.

  7. See what you guys think of this video presentation. 16 minutes...

  8. Interesting presentation. I don't think there's any global conspiracy to destroy the planet though. But I do think there's a global conspiracy to A) hide the impending destruction of the planet; and B) do what they can to postpone the destruction, including using technologies (chemtrails) that aren't likely to be too healthy for people.

    The phytoplankton do a lot more than make clouds too - they produce most of the oxygen on the planet, and they began dying in the 1970s. Once they started dying, planetary anoxia became inevitable, and it was after that that the 'dead zones' began spreading across the oceans.

    1. Well he's not exactly asserting that they are trying to destroy the planet, at least not willfully. He thinks they are trying to literally control the planet...the water, the order to control. That's a very simple overview. I've also heard a long interview of him on a podcast.

      But it is of course evident that he isn't aware of the H2S and Methane situation.

    2. Heh, well, good luck if that's what they're trying to do. Seems to me if they could do all he says then they ALREADY control everything, in which case, why screw up the planet and turn it into a lifeless uninhabitable landfill? So they can boss around corpses before they become corpses themselves? Seems like an unlikely goal to bring together a worldwide conspiracy spanning at least five decades and if there HAS been a worldwide conspiracy working together for decades to effect these changes in order to control things, boy, are they gonna be surprised when everything is turned into charred ruins.

    3. He has three websites: At this site he purports to have documentation that climate modification began as far back as 1800.

      Oh, and he is NOT a friend of Dane Wigington btw. Quite the opposite actually. Lol...

    4. I guess it doesn't really matter. Whether people purposely started this, or it started via sheer greed and/or stupidity, or it started because the Earth is heating from below, what matters is that a planetary extinction event has begun and although we can slow it down a little in the short term, it's ultimately unstoppable.

      So if there are some people who think they're gonna control things, let's see them stop this extinction event. If they can't do that - and they can't - then they're gonna end up just as dead as everyone else. If you can't even control your ability to remain alive then your control is insignificant.

      So, I don't pay a lot of attention to the WHY of the things that are happening. The WHAT is the problem. If you can't survive the WHAT then the WHY is basically irrelevant. If anyone survives, they will have more time to sift through the ruins and investigate the WHY of things.

    5. I'm just bored and my body doesn't allow me to drink as much as I'd really like. Damn body! So I'm passing time while waiting to burn, drop dead, drown, go nuts, or become a zombie.

      Plus, most of the old doomosphere gang just bores me now. Old routines. Hambone..Kevin...Paul...Guy... Bleh!