Sunday, October 28, 2018

Event Update For 2018-10-27

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

2018-10-27 - Mysterious explosion and flash of light alarm people in Olean (New York):

2018-10-27 - Landfill fire continues raging and spewing toxic smoke in North Delhi (India):

2018-10-27 - Three cars destroyed by fire while parked in carpark, two more damaged, in coastal Port Talbot (Britain):

Quote: "The fire involved five vehicles - three were completely destroyed by the fire and two were partially damaged."

2018-10-27 - Transformer bursts into flame along the Pacific Coast Highway near Puerco Canyon in coastal Malibu (California):

2018-10-27 - Transformer bursts into flame on Crystal Lake Road in Tolland (Connecticut):

2018-10-27 - Flash fire kills man at home in Marine Villa area in St. Louis (Missouri), 1200 feet from the Mississippi River:

2018-10-27 - Oil tanks go up in flames near Briggsdale (Colorado), 3 injured:

2018-10-27 - Lumber yard fire rages in Brooksville (Florida):

2018-10-27 - More than 100 shanty homes destroyed by fire in Malegaon (India):

2018-10-27 - Royal Canadian Navy frigate 'HMCS Halifax' bursts into flame off the coast of Norway:

Quote: "There have been other fires onboard naval ships in the past few years."

Note: This is the 1020th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-27 - Paul Beckwith on the freakishly slow sea ice regrowth in the Arctic:

2018-10-27 - Mount Etna sliding into the sea in Italy, could cause catastrophe:

2018-10-27 - Home explodes and burns on Camp Green Shores Lane near Rough River Lake in McDaniels (Kentucky), 1 killed, 2 injured:

Quote: "One person was killed and two others injured following an explosion at a house in the Rough River Lake area Saturday morning."

2018-10-27 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at Stonleigh Place and Bendridge Trail in Austin (Texas), 2 injured:

Note: These are the 282nd and 283rd residential explosions in 2018...

2018-10-27 - Train car bursts into flame near Mandan (North Dakota):

Quote: "The car was carrying coal and an undetermined ignition source sparked the fire."

2018-10-27 - Two passenger buses go up in flames while parked at depot in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

Quote: "Fire fighters attended the scene of two unoccupied buses on fire at a depot near the Naas Road and the Red Cow Interchange yesterday evening."

2018-10-27 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on highway in coastal Valparaíso Region (Chile):

Note: These are the 616th, 617th and 618th buses to burn in 2018...

2018-10-27 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Route 22 in the Town of Amenia (New York):

2018-10-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 4:17 AM on the Indiana Toll Road near Mishawaka (Indiana):

2018-10-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6 AM on the Waikato Expressway near Huntly (New Zealand):

Note: These are the 2278th, 2279th and 2280th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-27 - Recycling truck bursts into flame at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in coastal Washington DC:

2018-10-27 - Tow truck bursts into flame on Guisborough Road in Whitby (Britain):

Quote: "Truck fire – Guisborough Road, Whitby Time of call: 0813 hours Crews from Whitby and Lythe have been called to reports of a 3.5ton recovery truck on fire. Fire, heat and smoke damage caused to engine compartment and cab. Crew used 1 hose reel, 2 breathing apparatus and road safety lighting. The cause is believed to be an electrical fault."

2018-10-27 - Two ambulances and fast response car destroyed by fire while parked at facility in Alfreton (Britain):

Quote: "No one was injured but two ambulances and one fast response car were damaged beyond repair."

2018-10-27 - RV bursts into flame on East Green Street Road near Dunbar Lane east of Central City (Illinois):

Note: This is the 456th RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-10-27 - Campervan bursts into flame on Cornwall Road in coastal Southampton (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Campervan bursts into flame at 10:56 PM on Benyon Street in Shrewsbury (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Lynn Terrace in Monroe (Connecticut):

2018-10-27 - Car bursts into flame at 4:45 AM on the Monaro Highway in Tuggeranong (Australia):

2018-10-27 - Car bursts into flame at 2:12 AM on Vineyard Road in Wellington (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Car bursts into flame on Cheats Road in Ruishton, Taunton (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Car bursts into flame on Marlborough Road in Nuneaton (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Car bursts into flame at roundabout in Milton Keynes (Britain):

Quote: "Saturday 27 October, 9.21am Car on fire, Walnut Tree roundabout, Milton Keynes. One appliance and crew from Broughton attended. Firefighters used one hose reel jet and one set of breathing apparatus."

2018-10-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-70 near Vail (Colorado):

2018-10-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Aller Road in Kingskerwell (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Vehicle, hay and barn destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM near Lakeville (California):

Quote: "The fire was reported around 3:30 a.m. Saturday, and firefighters arrived at the Sleepy Hollow Dairy to find a barn and vehicles inside fully engulfed, officials said."

2018-10-27 - Commercial building heavily damaged by fire at 6:50 AM in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2018-10-27 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM in San Antonio (Texas), kitten killed:

2018-10-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Salt River Road in Lawrenceburg (Kentucky):

2018-10-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 2:30 AM in West Elizabeth (Pennsylvania):

2018-10-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire shortly after 11 PM in Davison Township (Michigan), 1 injured:

2018-10-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after midnight in Tulsa (Oklahoma), nobody there:

2018-10-27 - Home destroyed by fire on Bob White Drive in Madison County (Kentucky), nobody there:

2018-10-27 - Home destroyed by fire in Ivins (Utah), 1 injured:

2018-10-27 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire in University Heights (Ohio):

2018-10-27 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Oakland (California), dog killed:

2018-10-27 - Apartment building damaged by fire just before 1 AM in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River, 2 injured:

2018-10-27 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 7 AM in Lafayette (Tennessee):

2018-10-27 - Apartment building destroyed by huge fire in Fenway Park area in coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 8+ injured:

Quote: "Finn said the building was a total loss, valued at several million dollars."

2018-10-27 - Deadly fire burns mobile home on Normans Lane in Lexington (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:32 AM in Chillicothe (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - Deadly fire burns home at 6:51 AM in Decatur (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - Deadly fire burns home shortly after 7 AM in Kansas City (Kansas), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - Deadly fire burns apartment building at 5:15 AM in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - Vacant home burns in Rutland (Vermont):

2018-10-27 - Vacant home destroyed by fire just before 1 AM on Quallen Lane in Martin (Kentucky):

2018-10-27 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 6:30 AM in Rochester (New York):

2018-10-27 - Three men, 30, 38 and 40, die while cleaning manhole in coastal Thane (India):

2018-10-27 - Man, 50, found dead on Grandview Road near Table Rock Road in Raleigh County (West Virginia):

Quote: "The cause of death is still under investigation however there does not appear to be any foul play and may have been medical related..."

2018-10-27 - Person found dead on Railroad Avenue in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River:

2018-10-27 - Man found dead in alley near Adams Street in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2018-10-27 - Man, 60, falls off boat and dies in the water near Dog Lake (Louisiana):

2018-10-27 - Woman found dead in ditch along South Rock Creek Road east of Tecumseh (Oklahoma):

2018-10-27 - Man, 28, found dead near Van Buren Drive in Indian Trail (North Carolina):

2018-10-27 - Woman, 77, dies in the water at coastal North Beach on the Yorke Peninsula (Australia):

2018-10-27 - Man, 32, falls off hotel and dies on the island of Jamaica, possible toppler:

2018-10-27 - Girl, 16, falls off building and dies in coastal Mumbai (India), possible toppler:

2018-10-27 - Man, around 50, found dead in the water at beach near coastal Casares (Spain):

2018-10-27 - Man has 'medical emergency' and dies near church in Bath (Britain), 370 feet from the River Avon:

Quote: "A man has died in Bath following a medical emergency. Police and ambulance were seen on Manvers Street at around 7pm on Saturday, October 27. Emergency vehicles were seen outside Manvers Street Baptist Church."

2018-10-27 - Man in his 60s found dead at beach in coastal Barton-on-Sea (Britain):

2018-10-27 - Passenger sickens on passenger plane, plane diverts to Tulsa (Oklahoma):

Quote: "A plane headed from Dallas to Hong Kong had to be diverted to Tulsa Saturday. American Airline officials said someone on board the flight became ill and that's the reason for the landing."

2018-10-27 - Small plane crashes along canal near Valkaria Airport in Grant-Valkaria (Florida), 1 mile from the coast, 1 lightly injured:

2018-10-27 - Small plane makes emergency crash-landing in river bottom near Santa Paula (California), engine failure, 2 lightly injured:

2018-10-27 - Police helicopter makes emergency landing, clips power line, ignites wildfire, near Washoe Lake (Nevada):

2018-10-27 - Helicopter crashes into carpark, explodes into flame, at King Power Stadium in Leicester (Britain), near the River Soar, 5 killed:

2018-10-26 - Man falls off boat and disappears near coastal Nome (Alaska):

2018-10-27 - Freight train derails in Perry County (Ohio):

2018-10-27 - Two tanker trucks, truck and two cars crash at 1:20 AM, huge fire erupts, near Mathura (India), 3 injured:

2018-10-27 - Tractor trailer crashes through median on I-696 near Greenfield (Michigan):

2018-10-27 - Military truck and minibus crash near Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), 18 killed, others injured:

2018-10-27 - RV, SUV and two cars crash, huge fire erupts, on I-65 near Alabaster (Alabama), 3+ killed:

2018-10-27 - Van crashes into two parked cars at 6:39 AM, bursts into flame, in coastal West Haven (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - SUV crashes into barrier wall at 3:30 AM then gets hit by semi, SUV bursts into flame, on I-35 near Wichita (Kansas), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - SUV veers off road, crashes into preschool, in coastal Miami (Florida), 2 injured:

2018-10-27 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, in Maxatawny Township (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2018-10-27 - Car veers off road, hits concrete barrier, on Route 42 in Bellmawr (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2018-10-27 - Grizzly bear attacks and injures man on Afognak Island (Alaska):

2018-10-27 - Sinkhole opens beneath school bus in Laredo (Texas):

2018-10-27 - Sinkhole opens under fire truck on street in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2018-10-27 - Sinkhole opens and swallows propane truck in Zapopan (Mexico):

2018-10-27 - Porch collapses at apartment building in Chicago (Illinois), 5 injured:

2018-10-27 - Balcony collapses at home in coastal San Francisco (California), 2 injured:

2018-10-27 - Two men, 18 and 44, have medical problems separately on same trail in coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

Quote: "Firefighters found the 18-year-old man had fallen while on the trail, possibly from a medical condition, and placed him on a backboard for stability before flying him off the mountain with a helicopter, Seguirant said."

Quote: "While responding to the injured hiker, firefighters also assisted a 44-year-old man who was feeling ill on the trail."

2018-10-27 - Man has 'medical emergency' during run in park on coastal Barry Island (Britain):

Quote: "Emergency services were called to a medical emergency at the Barry Island parkrun. Runners reported seeing a man being treated at the scene of the weekly run."

2018-10-27 - Man has 'medical emergency' along Grove Street in Retford (Britain):

Quote: "A spokesperson for EMAS said: 'We received a call at 2.17pm on October 27 to Grove Street in Retford. The caller reported that someone was experiencing a life-threatening medical emergency.'"

2018-10-27 - Volcano Popocatepetl spews ash and smoke near Mexico City (Mexico):

2018-10-27 - The Atlantic and Pacific Ocean hurricane season is the most powerful on record this year:

Quote: "To determine the strength of a given season, scientists use the 'Accumulated Cyclone Energy' (ACE) index, which adds together the intensity and duration of all the tropical storms and hurricanes that formed. So far in 2018, the ACE for the Atlantic and eastern Pacific seasons together is 432 units of energy, shattering the record of 371, which was set in 1992, Klotzbach said."

2018-10-27 - First nor'easter of the 2018/19 season affecting the US East Coast:

2018-10-27 - Man, 46, shoots up synagogue near Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), 11 killed, 6 injured:

Quote: "A gunman who's believed to have spewed anti-Semitic slurs and rhetoric on social media barged into a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday and opened fire, killing 11 people in one of the deadliest attacks on Jews in U.S. history."


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone who reads JJFH.

    Areas from New Jersey to Maine saw street flooding and power outages as a nor’easter raked the coast on Saturday

    Homes and businesses were threatened with flood waters all along the northeastern coast. The Coast Guard was searching for a man who fell off a ship in the rough seas. Beach sand mixed with rain to coat cars on the Massachusetts coast. Roads and bridges were close by flooding and fallen trees. All that and much more occurred in areas from New Jersey to Maine as the first fall’s nor’easter raked the coast on Saturday… [more]

    [I woke up to this Indonesian plane crash]
    Doomed Indonesian plane with 189 on board had asked to return to base

    An Indonesian aircraft with 189 people on board crashed into the sea on Monday as it tried to circle back to the capital, Jakarta, from where it had taken off minutes earlier, and there were likely no survivors, officials said.

    Lion Air flight JT610, an almost new Boeing 737 MAX 8, was en route to Pangkal Pinang, capital of the Bangka-Belitung tin mining region. Rescue officials said they had recovered some human remains from the crash site, about 15 km (9 miles) off the coast. [more]

    How could a brand new plane crash?

    [they don't even consider JJFH]

    Details so far have been scant and the cause will not be confirmed until a full investigation has been carried out.
    Lion Air's chief executive said the flight had suffered from an unspecified "technical problem" in a previous flight, but that it had been "resolved according to procedure", Reuters reports. [more]

    A Perfect Storm Is Brewing

    As the month began, people were generally feeling pretty good about things, and the U.S. stock market quickly set a new all-time high. But from that point on, the wheels fell off for Wall Street. We just witnessed the worst October for U.S. stocks since the financial crisis of 2008, and at this point more than 8 trillion dollars of global wealth has been completely wiped out. But it isn’t just the stock market that is being shaken. The horrific violence in Pittsburgh is just the latest in a string of events that have rattled the entire nation. Sometimes I feel like I am literally watching the fabric of our society come apart right in front of my eyes. It is almost as if there is a tangible presence of evil in the air, and it seems to be getting stronger over time. For quite a while I have been warning that levels of anger and frustration are rising to unprecedented levels, and all of that anger and frustration is leading people to do things that are absolutely unthinkable. And if people are this crazed now, how bad are things going to get once the economy really starts unraveling? [more; you don't wanna know]

    [continued below]

  2. Stock Buybacks: Artificially Suppressing Reality

    Stock buybacks have replaced Fed dopium in artificially suppressing volatility, which has given gamblers a false sense of complacency. And yet, despite a doubling in stock buybacks in 2018 versus 2017, volatility is far higher this year than last year. In other words, reality is no longer being "suppressed"

    As I've said many times, stock buybacks are the biggest indicator of a failing economy. The slowest growing companies use buybacks to return capital to shareholders by shrinking their share count, because they have no good place to invest it

    Zerohedge posits, will stock buybacks save this market?

    I suggest not. It turns out that the market has figured out that stock buybacks are a sign of weakening fundamentals in terms of growth and balance sheet solvency. [more]

    A magnitude 6.4 Argentina and a mag 6.1 El Salvador bring Octobers total to 15 major quakes and a grand total of 103 for 2018

    220,000 homeless 2,200 dead thousands more missing Indonesia's quake and tsunami-battered city of Palu is facing a public health crisis

    Indonesia's quake- and the tsunami-battered city of Palu is facing a public health crisis as torrential rains threaten to spread malaria and dengue fever to the devastated region a month after the disaster, aid agencies have warned.

    Thousands more are missing, presumed dead, after entire neighbourhoods were swallowed up by liquefaction - a process where a strong quake makes the ground behave like a liquid, turning it into a kind of quicksand.

    Desperate to stave off disease, authorities in midmonth dropped disinfectant from helicopters on the worst-hit parts of Palu, where some 5,000 rotting corpses are feared buried beneath the ruins. Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency said the move was crucial to preventing the proliferation of disease-laden flies, cockroaches, and rats. [more]

    [more below]

  3. Monday, 29 October 2018
    America prepares for war in the Arctic

    Is NATO Preparing For War In The Arctic?

    China's President Orders Military To "Prepare For War" [embedded story with same title from
    Hal Turner quoted below]

    The president instructed the military to ramp-up opposition to ‘freedom of navigation’ exercises being undertaken by the US, Australia, France, the UK, Japan and others through the waterway through which arterial shipping lanes have grown since the end of World War II. [more]

    Russian Diplomat: "Yes, Russia Is Preparing For War, I Can Confirm It"

    [the US is in no position to try to fight Russia ALONE, let alone Russia AND China; again, Hal Turner article embedded]

    The economics Nobel went to a guy who enabled climate change denial and delay

    It has been a scary month in climate science. Hurricane Michael and a frightening report from the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change underlined the potential costs of human-caused global warming. Then to add insult to injury, William Nordhaus won the economics Nobel Prize. [more]

    A synchronized worldwide drought would be a colossal killer

    The Great Drought

    The most hazardous global warming risk for society at large is widespread loss of grain production because of a synchronized worldwide drought. It would be a colossal killer. It’s happened before, known as The Great Drought 142 years ago. [more]

    Climate & Extreme Weather News #143 (21st-26th October 2018) [~ 41 min.]

    There's so much CO2 in the atmosphere that planting trees can no longer save us

    There isn’t enough space on Earth to plant the amount of trees it would take to prevent the climate from warming by 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit. [more]

    Smallest [Australian] winter crop in 10 years — Rabobank report

    DROUGHT conditions rivalling the millennium drought will see little to no harvest for vast swathes of Australia’s east coast, according to a new report.

    The Rabobank Australian 2018-19 winter crop production outlook report, released yesterday, said extreme dry weather and frost will see delivery of the “smallest winter crop in 10 years”, with the national harvest slated at a meagre 29.3 million tonnes. [more]

    Massive wildfire in Western Australia seen from Space

    Bushfire in Australia burns over 2 million acres, becoming a “gigafire”

  4. Oyster populations at risk as global warming transforms ocean ecosystems – “The near-future looks bleak”

    Climate change’s effect on coastal ecosystems is very likely to increase mortality risks of adult oyster populations in the next 20 years [which we most likely don't have]. [more; future looks bleak from everywhere!]

    Trump taps ex-Monsanto executive and “darling of corporate special interests” to lead wildlife agency

    President Donald Trump says he is nominating a former executive at agribusiness giant Monsanto to head the Fish and Wildlife Service.

    Aurelia Skipwith of Indiana is currently deputy assistant Interior secretary for fish, wildlife and parks.

    A biologist and lawyer, Skipwith spent more than six years at Monsanto and has worked at the Agriculture Department and U.S. Agency for International Development.

    If confirmed by the Senate, Skipwith would be the first African-American to head the wildlife agency, which has 9,000 employees and a $2.8 billion annual budget. [more]

    [from our You Ain't Seen NOTHIN' Yet dept.]
    Growing “ecological grief” is the mental health cost of climate change – Rising rates of anxiety, anger, and sadness follow extreme weather and global warming

    As Canadians cope with more catastrophic weather events, and the long-term effects of climate change gradually intensify, mental health experts say more Canadians will be afflicted by a psychological phenomenon known as "ecological grief." [more]

    [we can extrapolate the result to all people on the planet]

    [more below]

  5. These Voters Could Approve the First U.S. Carbon Fee. Big Oil Is Spending Millions to Defeat It.

    If the Washington state measure wins, it could begin a U.S. movement to make the price of fossil fuels reflect their cost to the planet. [more; well, we can't have THAT]

    Big Oil is using brute financial force to kill 2 state sustainability initiatives

    There is seemingly no limit to the fossil fuel money that will fight decarbonization. [more]

    Temperatures significantly rise on China's Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau: state media

    Temperatures in the northeastern part of China’s vast Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, often dubbed the Roof of the World, have risen more than three times faster than the global average, Chinese data shows. [more]

    Reykjavík plunged into a state of emergency as US troops drink up all their beer

    It was only supposed to be a pit stop, but some 7,000 US troops taking part in mass NATO drills nonetheless managed to deplete some bars and restaurants, in Iceland's capital Reykjavik, of all their beer, according to local media.

    The troops stopped in Iceland over the weekend while on their way to Sweden and Finland for a 300,000-strong NATO exercise. In total, some 50,000 of the forces participating are US troops.

    But, apparently unconcerned about moderating their intake of booze just before Trident Juncture 18, thought to be NATO's biggest military exercise since the Cold War, the troops plunged several bars in downtown Reykjavik into a state of emergency as they went nuts on their beer. [more]

    They're in the money: Wealth of world's billionaires surges 20 percent in 2017

    [it's gonna be nice, knowing how much these big fish are going to lose when it all blows up]

    [Gotta catch my train home. More later]

  6. Wikileaks' Assange says Ecuador seeking to end his asylum

    [his lawsuit was also thrown out in Ecuador]

    Mountain birds on "escalator to extinction" as planet warms

    A meticulous re-creation of a three decade-old study of birds on a mountainside in Peru has given scientists a rare chance to prove how the changing climate is pushing species out of the places they are best adapted to.

    Surveys of more than 400 species of birds in 1985 and then in 2017 have found that populations of almost all had declined, as many as eight had disappeared completely, and nearly all had moved to higher elevations in what scientists call "an escalator to extinction."

    "Once you move up as far as you can go, there's nowhere else left," said John W. Fitzpatrick, a study author and director of the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. "On this particular mountain, some ridgetop bird populations were literally wiped out." [more]

    Stocks close sharply lower on renewed China trade jitters

    The Dow closed nearly 250 points lower, erasing a 352-point gain, as Boeing tumbled 6.6 percent. The S&P 500 lost 0.65 percent after gaining more than 1 percent earlier in the day. The Nasdaq shed 1.6 percent. [more]

    Trump: Military will defend border from caravan 'invasion'

    President Donald Trump characterized a group of migrants headed toward the United States as an invading force, adding that the U.S military would meet them at the border.
    "Many Gang Members and some very bad people are mixed into the Caravan heading to our Southern Border," the president tweeted Monday. "Please go back, you will not be admitted into the United States unless you go through the legal process. This is an invasion of our Country and our Military is waiting for you!" [more]

  7. News Links, October 29, 2018
    Rice Farmer

    Hog industry worldwide getting slaughtered in trade war

    Equities' slide sends bonds higher, dents greenback

    Global Bloodbath: World Stocks Puke Over $8 Trillion As US Markets Collapse

    Exaggerated Economic Growth of the Third World

    China tariff effects started showing up in shipping data months ago

    Petro-States Face Extinction

    Germany And France Just Broke The US Boycott Of Syria

    Saudis Are Using Famine as a Weapon of War in Yemen

    Germany halts arms sales to Saudi Arabia

    U.S. Completes Largest Ammo Shipment To Europe Since NATO Bombing Of Yugoslavia

    China Is Challenging The US In Central America, And Washington Can't Do Anything

    Homeland Security's Nielsen to caravan: 'Do not come' to U.S.

    New U.S.-bound group of migrants sets off from El Salvador

    Junk oil: U.S. SHALE OIL INDUSTRY: Catastrophic Failure Ahead

    Junk oil: Shale oil becomes shale fail (and a nice subsidy for consumers)
    The shale oil industry in the United States is using investor money to subsidize oil consumers and to line the pockets of top management with no long-term plan to build value.

    Oil Markets Recover From Panic Attack but Prices Will Go Lower

    The Death Of Algal Biofuel

    China cutting rare earth output, unnerving global manufacturers

    Is A Diesel Crunch Coming?

    Wheat's Weather Worries Drag On, But Grain Bears Are Coming Back

    Orange juice sellers are dealing with a citrus shortage by duping US shoppers

    Humanitarian crisis looms after Super Typhoon Yutu flattens parts of Saipan and Tinian

    Toxic textiles: the lethal history of Rayon

    Ban entire pesticide class to protect children's health, experts say

    TSA announces "biometrics vision for all commercial aviation travelers"

    The Triumph of Evil (Paul Craig Roberts)

    Shadow Banning Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg: We're All Digital Ghosts Now

    U.S. Doubles Down On Ethanol Despite Glut

    Globalization Has Hollowed Out Rural America

    Gen. Dunford: Up to 1,000 troops to deploy to border

    California Ground Zero in Upcoming Real Estate Bust