Thursday, October 25, 2018

Event Update For 2018-10-24

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2018-10-24 - Unknown rotten egg odor blows through large area in Houston (Texas), near the coast, courthouse evacuated:

Quote: "CenterPoint Energy says its investigation concluded there wasn’t a natural gas leak, although crews were responding to calls received about the incident."

2018-10-24 - Unknown rotten egg odor closes school for the day in Memphis (Tennessee):

Quote: "Bolton High School is dismissing early Wednesday. Shelby County Schools says crews are investigating a strong gas smell. No gas leak has been detected."

Quote: "MLGW did not detect a gas leak, but there is still a strong odor that can not be identified."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "There will be more unexplained HazMat events, often involving unusual odors. Eventually the entire populations of towns and cities will drop dead."

2018-10-24 - Metal recycling center hit by fire before 6 AM, pile of scrap metal burns, on Northend Road in Stalybridge (Britain):

Quote: "The fire measures around 10m by 50m and is 10m high. A large quantity of scrap metal from computers has caught alight and fire crews said the blaze is producing a large amount of thick acrid smoke."

2018-10-24 - Underground electrical fire disrupts trains in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2018-10-24 - Wildfires rage during heatwave on the Western Cape (South Africa):

2018-10-24 - Arctic sea ice extent tied for the lowest level ever (with 2016), record low sea ice around Svalbard:

2018-10-24 - Two girls planned to massacre little kids, drink their blood, maybe munch on them, then kill themselves, in Bartow (Florida):

Quote: "Two girls at a middle school in central Florida were waiting in a bathroom, planning to overpower 15 smaller students, kill them with knives and drink their blood, authorities said Wednesday."

Quote: "According to officials, the 11- and 12-year-old girls said they were Satan worshipers and were going to drink the blood of the students they killed, and possibly eat their flesh. The girls also planned to kill themselves, they said."

2018-10-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by explosion and fire in Huntsville (Alabama):

Quote: "Firefighters were busy battling a fire caused by a gas explosion at an apartment complex off Zierdt Road Wednesday afternoon. The Huntsville Fire Department was called to Colonial Grand at Edgewater around 1:15 p.m. Captain Frank McKenzie confirms that 8 units were destroyed."

Note: This is the 281st residential explosion in 2018...

2018-10-24 - Brand new mega cruise ship damaged by fire in coastal Eemshaven (Netherlands):

2018-10-24 - Barge 'Pannonia' bursts into flame on the Danube River in Aschach an der Donau (Austria):

Quote: "In the morning of Oct 24, 2018, a fire broke out in the engine room of the 'Pannonia', 1188 ts (EU-No.: 04027350), which had berthed on the Danube at the wharf in Aschach in the Eferding region the previous afternoon."

Note: These are the 1011th and 1012th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-24 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Windmill Hill Road in Glastonbury (Britain):

Note: This is the 610th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 11:15 PM on I-90/94 near Lake Delton (Wisconsin):

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5:20 AM on Highway 8 near Longview (Arkansas):

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Perry (Georgia):

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 250 in White Hall (West Virginia):

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-20 in Lee County (South Carolina):

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-20 in Meridian (Mississippi):

2018-10-24 - Tractor bursts into flame in Chillicothe (Missouri):

2018-10-24 - Tractor goes up in flames in garage in Moneta (Virginia), 1 injured:

2018-10-24 - Two tractors, 20 bales of hay and barn destroyed by fire in Hamblen (Tennessee):

Quote: "A fire of yet-undetermined origin Wednesday night destroyed two tractors and burned approximately 20 round bales of hay that were inside a metal quonset-style barn off Clyde Thomas Road, authorities say."

2018-10-24 - Tractor bursts into flame in Scorton (Britain):

Quote: "Colburn – Time of call 15:39 Richmond and Colburn crews responded to a tractor fire in Scorton. Crews extinguished using 2 hose reels, 2 breathing apparatus and thermal imaging camera."

Note: These are the 2258th-2268th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-24 - Minibus taxi bursts into flame on the N2 in coastal Durban (South Africa):

2018-10-24 - Van bursts into flame while parked at home on Jade Lane in Verde Village (Arizona):

2018-10-24 - Minivan bursts into flame near harbor bridge near coastal Hilton Head Island (South Carolina):

2018-10-24 - SUV bursts into flame outside school in Parry Sound (Canada), near Lake Huron:

2018-10-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in driveway at home on Warboys Road in Byron (New York):

2018-10-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Cook Store Trail west of Kirksey (Kentucky):

2018-10-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-22 in Blue Springs (Mississippi):

2018-10-24 - Three cars destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM while parked near apartments in West Town area in Chicago (Illinois):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked at hospital in Moline (Illinois):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Charlton Street in Valdosta (Georgia):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame at Mercedes-Benz dealership in Tucson (Arizona), 1 lightly injured:

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on Bretton Street in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on Cranberry Highway in Wareham (Massachusetts):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on Riverside Drive near St. George (Utah):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on Clarksville Highway in Nashville (Tennessee):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-85 near Shorter (Alabama):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-630 in Little Rock (Arkansas):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on Parkwood Road in Belconnen (Australia):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame at train station in coastal Mumbai (India):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A13 near Goresbrook (Britain):

2018-10-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A458 near Much Wenlock (Britain):

2018-10-24 - Barn destroyed by fire near Fillmore (Indiana):

2018-10-24 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on Aspen Drive in Vernon Hills (Illinois):

2018-10-24 - Furniture business devastated by massive fire in Hackensack (New Jersey):

2018-10-24 - Chapel destroyed by fire shortly before 5 AM at Christian camp in the Township of Osceola (Wisconsin):

2018-10-24 - Towing business damaged by fire at 11:30 PM in Portlock area in coastal Chesapeake (Virginia):

2018-10-24 - Press Information Department office building heavily damaged by fire in Islamabad (Pakistan):

2018-10-24 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 4:20 AM in San Antonio (Texas):

2018-10-24 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in Schuyler Falls (New York):

2018-10-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours near Gravette (Arkansas):

2018-10-24 - Home destroyed by fire at 12:15 AM in the Town of Seneca (New York):

2018-10-24 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire just before midnight in Nashville (Tennessee), nobody there:

2018-10-24 - Duplex destroyed by fire shortly before 3 AM in Portland area in Louisville (Kentucky):

2018-10-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Littleton (Colorado):

2018-10-24 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at midnight in Bithlo (Florida), 1 killed:

2018-10-24 - Deadly fire burns home at 1:30 AM in Hebron (Ohio), 1 killed:

2018-10-24 - Deadly fire burns home in Springfield (Virginia), 1 killed:

2018-10-24 - Deadly fire destroys home(s) in South Bexar County (Texas), 1 killed:

2018-10-24 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in the wee hours in Fort Collins (Colorado), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2018-10-24 - Vacant motel burns in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2018-10-24 - Fish found dead in pond near Cannock (Britain):

2018-10-24 - Two girls die in pond in Doegaon (India), 2 boys go missing in river too:

2018-10-24 - Two girls, 18 and 14, die in the River Ramganga in Bareilly (India):

2018-10-24 - Man, 49, found dead in Herring Creek in coastal West Ocean City (Maryland):

2018-10-24 - Person found dead in the Potomac River in coastal Arlington (Virginia):

2018-10-24 - Man, 21, collapses while playing basketball, dies shortly later, in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2018-10-24 - Man found dead near Three Mile Creek in downtown Leavenworth (Kansas):

2018-10-24 - Woman, 46, found dead in her car near business in Colonie (New York):

2018-10-24 - Man drops dead near business in Lakewood (Ohio):

2018-10-24 - Man, 41, found dead near the Chemainus River near Duncan on Vancouver Island (Canada):

2018-10-24 - Boy, 16, found dead in pond in Kundapur (India):

2018-10-24 - Man, 42, found dead in the Three Mile Water area in coastal Newtownabbey (Ireland):

2018-10-24 - Man, 71, found dead near Comrie (Scotland), near the River Earn:

2018-10-24 - Woman in her 70s has 'medical incident' and collapses at store at Bluewater Shopping Centre, dies shortly later, in Greenhithe (Britain):

Quote: "Police have today confirmed that a woman who 'collapsed' on the basement floor of John Lewis at Bluewater Shopping Centre has sadly died."

2018-10-24 - Man, 41, has 'medical emergency', goes into cardiac arrest, car crashes into pizzeria, in Cheektowaga (New York):

Quote: "A 41-year-old man drove into the dining room of a Shanley Street pizzeria Wednesday evening after suffering a medical emergency, Cheektowaga Police said Wednesday. Asst. Chief Mike Sliwinski said that the man had been headed westbound on Shanley when the incident occurred. He said that when crews arrived on scene the man was unconscious with no pulse."

2018-10-24 - Man, 34, has 'medical issue', car crashes into tree, in Manitowoc (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

Quote: "According to the Manitowoc Police Department, the man had an unspecified medical issue as he was driving westbound on Marshall at about 12:58 p.m., lost control of his vehicle, jumped the curb and hit the tree."

2018-10-24 - Driver has 'medical emergency' in car on I-95 near coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

Quote: "A medical emergency on Interstate 95 south slowed traffic Wednesday morning near Baltimore, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority."

2018-10-24 - Small plane crashes into wooded area before 1 AM in Benner Township (Pennsylvania):,1478221/

2018-10-24 - School bus crashes on Highway 71 just outside Austin (Texas), 11 injured:

2018-10-24 - Tanker truck and heavy truck collide, fire erupts, near Sonepur (India), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer's brakes fail, truck crashes into school bus, in Bastrop (Texas):

2018-10-24 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on I-77 near Charlotte (North Carolina):

2018-10-24 - SUV veers off road at 5:48 AM, crashes into bridge rail, in Grand Rapids Township (Ohio), 1 killed:

2018-10-24 - SUV veers off road, crashes into woods, bursts into flame, in North Brunswick (New Jersey):

2018-10-24 - Car slams into box truck on Bailey Cove Road in Huntsville (Alabama), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police said they believe the driver of the car, a man in his 50s, may have had some kind of medical emergency."

2018-10-24 - Naked man found walking down Gordon Highway in Augusta (Georgia):

2018-10-24 - Naked man crawls around in lobby of train station in Moscow (Russia):

2018-10-24 - Coyote attacks and injures dog in East Longmeadow (Massachusetts):

2018-10-24 - Pit bull attacks schoolgirl and mother in Kirsehir (Turkey):

2018-10-24 - Sinkhole opens on Canal Boulevard in Thibodaux (Louisiana):

2018-10-24 - Man in his 20s has seizure while waiting to buy tickets at stadium in Ipoh (Malaysia):

Quote: "A Perak fan who was waiting to purchase tickets for the Malaysia Cup final at Perak Stadium here suddenly suffered from seizure today. The fan, believed to be in his 20s, was among the 1,000 supporters waiting patiently for an answer from the Perak FA (PAFA) on whether tickets were still available."

2018-10-24 - Typhoon Yutu, the strongest super typhoon since Karen in 1962, just miles from making landfall on the Northern Mariana Islands:

2018-10-24 - The eastern Pacific Ocean has seen its most active hurricane season on record:

2018-10-24 - Drought hits half of Maharashtra (India):

2018-10-24 - First significant snow of the season hits Maine with up a foot of snow, 6-foot drifts hit Mount Washington (New Hampshire):

2018-10-24 - Meteor streaks across the sky over North Carolina:

2018-10-24 - Record measles outbreak rages in Europe:

2018-10-24 - 14 of 19 bear market signals have now been triggered:

2018-10-24 - Mail bombs target Soros, Clintons, Obama, CNN, Wasserman Schultz, Eric Holder, Maxine Waters, Robert De Niro:


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone - I'm dragging anchor a little here after staying out late with my better half to see one of our favorite bands, Andy Mowatt and his Frequency Movement (AMFM).
    Every member of his band have their own bands! These guys are exceptionally talented musicians creating their own music (they also do their versions of cover songs, usually jazzy).

    [No let-up in the "suspicious packages" being distributed to various politicians.]
    Police find packages sent to ex-U.S. intel chief Clapper, U.S. Sen. Booker

    The 11th package was found at a mail sorting facility in Opa-Locka, near Miami, and was addressed to Booker, the Democratic senator from New Jersey, the FBI said on Twitter. A 12th package was addressed to James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, and sent to CNN, the cable network reported. [more]

    10 Numbers That Prove That We Are Rapidly Becoming A Nation Of Government Dependents

    As the middle class disintegrates and poverty grows, more Americans than ever are becoming dependent on the government just to survive. Today, we live in a country where most workers do not earn enough to support a middle class family, and we are seeing the homelessness crisis spiral out of control in major cities on both coasts. During this election cycle, many conservatives have been freaking out that an increasing number of Democrats are openly embracing socialism, but the truth is that we are already most of the way to becoming a socialist country. In fact, as you will see below, more than half of all Americans currently receive more money from the government than they pay in taxes. [more]

    [another "gift" from corporate America's policy of off-shoring jobs to maximize THEIR profits at the expense of US citizens, allowed by the preceding administrations]

    [as far a socialism goes - the Post Office and our (neglected) roads and infrastructure are socialist enterprises, as is our military - corporate America doesn't like that and wants all the money they can possibly get despite consequences to the citizenry]

    Humility Or Humiliation. The Choice Was Made.

    This is the delusion that is WIDELY and I do mean WIDELY believed: The U.S. is winning the global trade war. And tax cuts are stimulative:
    "Europe is slowing down. Asia is slowing down. We are moving rapidly. "Right now, the U.S. is carrying the ball. I don't see an end to it. With all due respect, I don't think this is anything resembling a sugar high" [Larry Kudlow]

    With all due respect Larry, you're a big fucking moron. This is the inconvenient truth about GDP "growth":

    "Faster government spending accounted for nearly half of the acceleration, according to The Wall Street Journal analysis."

    And yet even the Wall Street Journal missed the main point. Because they forgot to add in the tax cut itself. Which was ALL borrowed money. Where do they think "Consumer" and "Business" got all of the extra money to spend? Only a country with a reserve currency can get away with this many "free money" dumbfucks running amok.

    At $780 billion, the U.S. Federal deficit is 4% of GDP. Meaning that debt is growing faster than the U.S. economy.

    "A stark pickup in government spending, particularly in defense, has helped fuel a broad acceleration in U.S. economic growth in the past year and a half" [more]

  2. [I sent the first comment too soon]

    Friday, 26 October 2018

    Bill Halter predicts "economic reset for November 11

    Now, how does he know that?

    Bill Holter - Confirmed 100% Nov 11, 2018 Will Be The Date Of The Next Global Economic Reset [~ 39.5 min. video]

    Germany’s iconic Rhine river is at a record low bringing businesses and boats to a standstill

    MONTHS of drought have left Germany’s Rhine river at a record low, dealing a blow to the economy and exposing relics from the past [more]

    Europe will expose itself to retaliation if it agrees to deploy US missiles – Putin

    Super Typhoon Yutu hits Northern Mariana Islands

    Tropical storm on Sunday-Super Typhoon Yutu by Wednesday: Most intense storm to ever strike the Northern Mariana Islands (NASA) [source: The Big Wobble/NASA]

    Two [video] interviews

    GUY MCPHERSON AT LARGE [~ 122 min.]
    Methane Monster 3 by Jennifer Hynes [~ 63 min.]


    The Ukrainian leadership, including Poroshenko himself, has been escalating both the rhetoric as well as military operations against the DPR and LPR, Ukraine’s two former regions which broke-off forming new republics four years ago. But the DPR, for its part, says it is ready to see that such attacks – even a full-scale war as Poroshenko has threatened – can and will be thwarted.

    The interim leader of the self-proclaimed People’s Republic of Donetsk (DPR), Denis Pushilin, said the DPR is ready to repel a possible aggression from Ukraine, which at the moment can not be ruled out. [more]

    Putin's warning to the United States


    President Putin is to give one final warning to President Trump in Paris on 11 November 2018 when they meet." [more]

    Extensive damage to Saipan, Tinian and Rota after deadly Super Typhoon "Yutu" makes landfall

    At least one person has been killed in Saipan and many others injured after Category 5 Super Typhoon "Yutu" made landfall in the Northern Mariana Islands early Thursday (local time), October 25, 2018. The storm left extensive damage and set the scale for which future storms will be compared to. [more]

    [more below]

  3. BLACK BEAR NEWS 10.25.18 How Five Climate Activists Shut Off the Equivalent of 15 Percent of US Oil [~ 27 min.]

    Strong M6.8 earthquake hits Greece: Largest quake in years for Europe felt in at least 8 countries

    A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck in the Ionian Sea off the coast of Greece early Friday, briefly triggering a tsunami warning. No significant damage has been reported. The quake hit at a shallow depth of 16.6km (10 miles) below the sea floor. It reached the island of Zakynthos, a popular tourist destination, with first reports indicating that some of the buildings there have sustained damage [more]

    Mysterious spherical stones found in coal mine in Russia

    Miners at the Mokhovsky coal mine have found 3 mysterious spherical stones while digging for coal. The three stone balls are 30 to 60 centimeters in diameter and weigh between 10 and 40 kilograms. [more; larger ones have been found all over Earth]

    Hiker caught in 3 feet deep early snow rescued off Mount Madison, New Hampshire

    The early onset of winter weather producing "brutal" conditions and snow drifts several feet deep caught a Florida hiker by surprise Wednesday, leading him to activate his emergency beacon and get rescued near the summit of Mount Madison in the northern Presidential Range. [more]

    140,000 farmers affected by flood disaster in Jigawa, Kenya

    over 120,000 hectares of farmlands were destroyed while a number of villages were also submerged.

    "Most of the crops along the river banks including rice, sourgham, cowpea, groundnut and millet were destroyed by the flood. [more]

    Roads flood in Mombasa, Kenya after heavy rain

    On Tuesday, the Meteorological Department warned residents of Kwale, Mombasa, Kilifi, Tana River and Lamu of possible flash floods in the next three days.

    The department said the counties will experience heavy rain, strong winds and waves. [more]

    Heavy hail batters Beirut streets

    The extreme weather shattered car windows and knocked down electricity poles and trees in the Beirut, according to Lebanese reports. [more]

    Endangered 60-foot fin whale washes up on Belgian beach

    An 18-metre (60-foot) fin whale washed up overnight on a Belgian beach after dying offshore, in what the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences called a rare event. [more]

    Atmospheric radiation continues to increase over the US

    How does Solar Minimum boost radiation? The answer lies in the yin-yang relationship between cosmic rays and solar activity. Cosmic rays are the subatomic debris of exploding stars and other violent events. They come at us from all directions, 24/7. Normally, the sun's magnetic field and solar wind hold cosmic rays at bay-but during Solar Minimum these defenses weaken. Deep-space radiation surges into the solar system. [more]

    Couple falls 7,500 feet to their deaths from Taft Point at Yosemite, just days after photographer's proposal snap of same overlook went viral

  4. I posted two more comments after I hit the "send" button prematurely. Hopefully you'll find them. Meanwhile, we have on-going news.

    FBI arrests man suspected in spree of parcel bombs

    The man was taken into custody in the Miami area, a U.S. law enforcement official said. Local television news stations showed investigators covering a white van with a blue tarp at an AutoZone parking lot in Plantation, near Fort Lauderdale.

    The van's windows were filled with decals and stickers. Citing an unnamed source, cable network MSNBC said the suspect was a man in his 50s. Reuters could not immediately confirm the report. A witness told Reuters he heard a loud blast at the time of the arrest. [more; Justice Dept. conference @ 2:30 today]

    Jordan flash floods kill 21 people, many of them school children on bus

    Rescuers combed the shores of Jordan's Dead Sea early on Friday, searching for survivors, after flash floods killed at least 21 people, most of them school children in a bus that was swept away. [more; tragic]

    Workers at nuclear waste treatment plant told to take cover as precaution

    Employees at a nuclear waste treatment plant in Washington state were sent a text alert telling them to “take cover” Friday morning because steam was coming from one of the site’s tunnels, the company in charge of building the plant said.

    'Holy Grail of paper money' sells at auction for $2M

    An extremely rare $1,000 bill described as the “Holy Grail of paper money” has been sold at auction for just over $2 million.

    The 1890 Treasury Note is dubbed the “Grand Watermelon” on account of the large green zeros on the back of the bill. Major General George Meade, the commander of Union forces at the Battle of Gettysburg, is shown on the bill’s face.

    One of the very first pennies produced in the U.S., a 1792 Birch Cent, will be auctioned at the Whitman Expo on Friday. The coin is estimated to be worth $1 million.

    A 1913 Liberty Head nickel was recently auctioned by Stack’s Bowers Galleries for $4.56 million. The Liberty Head nickel is one of only five in existence. [more]

    [gotta go catch my train home - more later]

  5. Tonight @ Sprout, Litz and Swift Technique. Place is hoppin'.

    News Links, October 26, 2018
    Rice Farmer

    Fool's Mission: Repercussions Mount but Trade War Really Just Starting

    Eight Reasons a Financial Crisis is Coming

    This Stock Market Is "Gradually" Rotting Under the Covers

    US Goods Trade Deficit Hits Record High

    Union Pacific to cut 475 jobs in first wave of planned reductions

    China struggles to end coal habit despite climate pledges

    Pentagon Says More F-35 Fuel Tubes May Need to Be Replaced

    Amazon is "fueling" ICE deportations, a new report says

    US Spy Plane Coordinated Drone Attack On Russian Base In Syria, Kremlin Says

    Why U.S. Shale May Fall Short Of Expectations

    Oil Under Threat As Global Economy Struggles

    Dozens more sickened, hospitalized in ground beef salmonella outbreak

    'Cancer-causing' weed killer found in 26 of 28 United States cereals

    New York AG sues ExxonMobil for misleading investors

    Study finds availability of nitrogen to plants is declining as climate warms

    Facebook Censorship of Alternative Media "Just the Beginning," Says Top Neocon Insider

    Now Apps Can Track You Even After You Uninstall Them

    Tim Cook: Personal data collection is being 'weaponized against us with military efficiency'

    Cathay Pacific flags data breach affecting 9.4 million passengers

    British Airways says a further 185,000 payment cards possibly hit in cyber attack

    Ecuador no longer to intervene with UK for WikiLeaks Assange - foreign minister

    America's Social Depression Is Accelerating

    All is well on our planet Earth, isn't it?

    Why is Overpopulation Ignored by the Media? The Reasons of a Historical Failure

    Strapping in for the Big Crash with Chris Hedges

    The $600 billion reason why China's stock market crash might get a whole lot worse

    More than Half of America Gets More in Welfare than it Pays in Taxes

    Has America Become a Dictatorship Disguised as a Democracy?

    America's Homelessness Crisis Is Deepening

    Thud! Sept New Home Sales Plunge 5.5% from Dramatically Revised Lower August

  6. Shaking, loud boom heard in central Maryland

    'Once in a lifetime' moment: Meteor fireball explodes in night sky above castle in England

    New study shows alcohol affects a gene making your brain forget the bad times, remember the good ones

    [this is one of the articles from rice farmer, above]

    All is well on our planet Earth, isn't it?
    Tadeusz (Tad) Patzek

    "Economic growth" is about to end because its biophysical underpinnings are getting exhausted - all at once. Only the most courageous among us see through the increasingly implausible lies we tell ourselves to obfuscate this truth. It is so much easier for us to fly to the next conference, rent a car, check into an air-conditioned hotel, eat at the air-conditioned restaurants, step over homeless on the sidewalks, and pretend that eternal growth will separate us from hard reality. Conversely, the least affluent among us keep on cheering President Trump at his endless political rallies designed to blind them from seeing the truth. My heart cringes when I see their enthusiastic faces and shouts. They should look at Trump with horror, because he is their demise, ruin and tatters. [more]