Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Event Update For 2018-11-19


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

2018-11-19 - Killing plants is the fastest way to end the world:

Quote: "Humans have already added CO2 to the atmosphere comparable to that which occurred during the 'Great Dying,' the end-Permian extinction event that occurred 252 million years ago, annihilating a majority of life on Earth. That event took 20,000 years, whereas humans have taken barely 250 years since the broad use of the combustion engine to dramatically increase CO2 levels in the atmosphere. Studies have shown that the current rate of CO2 injection into the atmosphere by humans is now mirroring the rate that this took place during the Great Dying. Species are already disappearing as fast as they did during Earth’s previous mass extinction events."

Note: That's what I've been saying all along - what is happening now is a repeat of the Great Dying, the Permian-Triassic extinction. The Earth is at the beginning of the SECOND Great Dying right now. There is no chance that human beings survive such an extinction event. Bacteria definitely will survive, roaches probably will, rats might or might not, and humans definitely won't. The dying of the insects is a huge indicator that we're in a second Great Dying. The Great Dying was one of the few extinction events where even insects took a significant hit. And now insects are dying all around the Earth again. At this point we're just seeing who dies in what specific manner and in what order as the human race and most other species are expunged from the planet. Also, we're seeing who gets killed off without even knowing what's going on. So far that's probably 99.999% of everyone...

2018-11-19 - 26 students and one adult sickened in gym at school with nosebleeds, respiratory problems, loss of consciousness, seizures, nausea in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

Quote: "One adult and 26 students fell ill 'almost simultaneously' Monday at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, authorities said."

Quote: "A total of 27 people – 26 students and one adult – reportedly fell ill on Monday during a Thanksgiving prayer hosted in a Fort Lauderdale high school gym. It was not immediately clear what caused them to fall ill inside Cardinal Gibbons High School, but those most seriously sickened experienced seizures and passed out, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported."

Quote: "One thing all of the victims had in common is they were all in the gym shortly before they got sick. Fire Rescue can only speculate that something might have been released into the air, and quickly dissipated after all the doors had been opened."

Quote: "Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Stephen Gollan told the news outlet that some students had seizures, while others had nosebleeds, shortness of breath and others passed out."

Note: HVAC unit might have sucked some hydrogen sulfide blowing by outdoors into the gym. The speed with which these people were affected and all of the symptoms are highly indicative of hydrogen sulfide poisoning. Hydrogen sulfide doesn't stick around long either, which would explain why they couldn't detect anything when they eventually showed up. This school is also very close to the ocean. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2018-11-19 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates school in Lancaster (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Rohrerstown Elementary School was briefly evacuated Monday afternoon for a smell of natural gas. Students and staff were removed from the building just after 3 p.m. They were allowed to return for normal dismissal after the building was inspected and cleared by emergency officials, the Hempfield School District said."

2018-11-19 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame at airport in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2018-11-19 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane returns to Vienna (Austria):

Quote: "An Austrian Airlines plane flying from Vienna to Frankfurt had to turn back shortly after take-off due to smoke in the cockpit, the carrier said on Tuesday."

Quote: "Incidents of this kind occur again and again. Just over a week ago, a Lufthansa plane landed in Geneva because of a suspicious odor in the cockpit."

Note: These are the 185th and 186th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-11-19 - Underground explosion and fire hit coastal Manhattan (New York):

2018-11-19 - Underground electrical explosion and fire shoot flames from manhole along street in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Climate and Extreme Weather News #145, November 5-19, 2018:

2018-11-19 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Leonard (Oklahoma), nobody there:

Quote: "Fire officials said they first received reports about the explosion at 6:30 p.m. When Bixby firefighters arrived they said a multi-story house had been blown apart. No one was home at the time and no injuries were reported."

2018-11-19 - Home damaged by explosion and fire in Goshen (Indiana), 1 injured:

2018-11-19 - RV trailer explodes and burns while parked at home in Garden City (Idaho), dog killed, 2 people injured:

2018-11-19 - Apartment building explodes in Ganja (Azerbaijan), 3 killed:

Note: These are the 294th, 295th, 296th and 297th residential explosions in 2018...

2018-11-19 - Wildfire death toll rises to 79 in and around Paradise (California), missing count drops to around 700:

Quote: "A Northern California sheriff says two more sets of human remains were found Monday, bringing the total number killed in a devastating California wildfire to 79."

Quote: "Rain is forecast to sweep the area starting midweek and could wash away bone fragments or turn loose ash into a thick, muddy paste, hindering any possibility of identifying more victims."

Quote: "It’s also within the 'realm of possibility' that the exact death toll from the blaze — which stood at 77 on Monday morning — will never be known, Honea said."

2018-11-19 - Cars and building go up in flames at car dealership in Madison (Illinois):

Quote: "Cars and auto parts inside the building were damaged by heavy smoke and fire."

2018-11-19 - Three boats, two cars and garage destroyed by fire just after 5 AM in Cobble Hill on coastal Vancouver Island (Canada):

Quote: "No people were harmed but three boats and two 1970s vintage cars were destroyed in Cobble Hill on Monday when a garage burned up. Capt. Chris McInerney of the Mill Bay Fire Department said the alarm came in just after 5 a.m."

Note: These are the 1086th, 1087th and 1088th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-11-19 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on road near Stroud (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on highway en route to Jaipur (India):

Note: These are the 651st and 652nd buses to burn in 2018...

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-840 near Murfreesboro (Tennessee):

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-87 near Ramapo (New York):

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer and garage destroyed by fire at 4 AM at home, home damaged, in Lordstown (Ohio):

Quote: "A tractor-trailer truck and the garage where it was housed were destroyed in the 500 block of Brustetter Road west of Main Avenue in a 4 a.m. fire today. A woman in the home, which was near the garage, escaped and was not injured. The home suffered some damage, but Lordstown firefighters extinguished the house fire before it destroyed the house, said Capt. Matt Minor of the Lordstown Fire Department."

2018-11-19 - Tractor, pickup truck and building destroyed by fire near Ponca (Nebraska):

Quote: "A tractor, a pick-up truck, and a farm building were lost in the fire."

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Great Eastern Highway in Wundowie (Australia):

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A1 near Newry (Ireland):

Note: These are the 2412th, 2413th, 2414th, 2415th, 2416th and 2417th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-11-19 - Two garbage trucks go up in flames while parked inside building in Hastings (Nebraska):

Quote: "Fire damaged two garbage trucks and a building roof Monday evening near Woodward’s Recycling Center, 1400 S. Baltimore Ave."

2018-11-19 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on the Florida Turnpike in coastal Davie (Florida):

Note: Less than 12 miles from where the 27 people mysteriously sickened on this day in Fort Lauderdale...

2018-11-19 - Sewer pumping truck bursts into flame on I-275 in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2018-11-19 - Heavy truck bursts into flame while parked on 2nd Street in Cresson (Pennsylvania):

2018-11-19 - Utility truck bursts into flame on FM 408 in Bridge City (Texas):

2018-11-19 - Truck bursts into flame on US 50 in Fairfax County (Virginia):

2018-11-19 - Van bursts into flame at 11:19 PM in Highbridge area in coastal Burnham-on-Sea (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Van bursts into flame while parked at property on Old Street in Clevedon (Britain):

2018-11-19 - SUV bursts into flame at gas station in North Bay (Canada):

2018-11-19 - SUV bursts into flame at 6:42 AM on Highway 417 near Ottawa (Canada):

2018-11-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at gas station near coastal Whidbey Island (Washington):

2018-11-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 4:51 AM on Hatchery Road near coastal Arcata (California):

2018-11-19 - Three cars go up in flames at 5:46 AM on High Street in Tunstall (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on the A12 near Copdock (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on the M1 near Sheffield (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Vehicle bursts into flame at Goodwill store on Route 6 in Coudersport (Pennsylvania):

2018-11-19 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Wheatridge Lane in coastal Torquay (Britain):

2018-11-19 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at home on County Road 1295 in Smith County (Texas):

2018-11-19 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked on Old Terhune Road near Rome (Georgia):

2018-11-19 - Four vehicles and building destroyed by fire in coastal Columbia (North Carolina):

2018-11-19 - Pickup truck and home destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Calvert (Texas):

2018-11-19 - Barn and 30,000 bales of hay go up in flames in Warrenville (Illinois):

2018-11-19 - Industrial tool business damaged by fire in Denton (Texas):

2018-11-19 - Restaurant damaged by fire at 6:30 AM in Henrico County (Virginia), nobody there:

2018-11-19 - Garage goes up in flames at home in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2018-11-19 - Home damaged by fire in Tulsa (Oklahoma), nobody there:

2018-11-19 - Home damaged by fire in coastal North Charleston (South Carolina):

2018-11-19 - Home damaged by fire just after 2 AM in San Antonio (Texas), dog killed:

2018-11-19 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:15 AM in the Parkside area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2018-11-19 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:30 AM in Munson Township (Ohio):

2018-11-19 - Apartment building damaged by fire shortly after 1 AM in Grapevine (Texas):

2018-11-19 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Sugar Land (Texas):

2018-11-19 - Deadly fire burns home in Saginaw (Michigan):

2018-11-19 - Deadly fire burns home in Murray (Utah), 2 killed:

2018-11-19 - Deadly fire destroys home at 2:15 AM in San Bernardino (California), 2 killed:

2018-11-19 - Deadly fire rips through apartment building in Richmond (Indiana), 2 killed, 6 injured:

2018-11-19 - Deadly fire burns clothing factory in Delhi (India), 4 killed:

2018-11-19 - Vacant home burns at 6:50 AM in Binghamton (New York):

2018-11-19 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Fayetteville (Arkansas):

2018-11-19 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in New Castle (Pennsylvania):

2018-11-19 - Dogs mysteriously sickening and dying in Rice Lake (Minnesota):

Quote: "The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several reports of dog poisonings just north of Duluth. Authorities say the incidents have happened in the City of Rice Lake. Owners are saying their dogs are getting sick without a clear reason, and at least two owners have found their dogs dead. Authorities say there is no clear evidence for why it’s happening."

Quote: "There doesn’t appear to be a connection between the owners who have reported the incidents, and the homes aren’t near each other."

2018-11-19 - Two Dutch tourists die in the water at beach in coastal Thua Thien-Hue (Vietnam):

2018-11-19 - Man, 34, found dead in bathroom at Taco Bell in Salisbury (North Carolina):

2018-11-19 - Man slumps over dead near the Brooklyn Bridge in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2018-11-19 - Man, 40, slumps over dead in pickup truck while hunting, near Ashford (Washington):

2018-11-19 - Man, 27, drops dead in hotel room in El Monte (California):

2018-11-19 - Woman, 75, found dead in the water near hotel in coastal Half Moon Bay (California):

2018-11-19 - Woman, 44, found dead on farm near Loveland (Colorado):

2018-11-19  - Man, 39, found dead in bog in coastal Sandwich (Massachusetts):

2018-11-19 - Woman, 26, found dead at beach in coastal Wairarapa (New Zealand):

2018-11-19 - Man, 42, drops dead in apartment in coastal Sandys Parish on the island of Bermuda:

2018-11-19 - Man found dead and face-down in puddle of water in Monchy on the island of St. Lucia:

2018-11-19 - Woman found dead in Yallahs Pond in St Thomas on the island of Jamaica:

2018-11-19 - Man, 18, found dead at RAF Lakenheath (Britain):

2018-11-19 - Man has 'medical issue', van crashes into law office, in coastal Jacksonville Beach (Florida):

Quote: "According to the Jacksonville Beach Police Department, the driver of the van had a medical issue, which caused him to lose control of the vehicle and crash into the building."

2018-11-19 - Air ambulance plane crashes near Mandan (North Dakota), 3 killed:

Quote: "Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier says he has never seen a plane crash with this kind of debris field before."

Quote: "An analysis by the Air Force team indicated the plane might have broken up at about 14,000 feet, and 'that corresponded with what they found on the ground,' said Civil Air Patrol Lt. Col. Sean Johnson."

2018-11-19 - Transit bus veers off road, crashes into woods, bursts into flame, in Kitsap County (Washington), 1 killed:

2018-11-19 - Passenger bus veers off road, crashes into trees next to creek in Perinton (New York):

2018-11-19 - Tanker truck overturns on Rock River bridge in Dixon (Illinois):

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, in Harris County (Texas), 1 killed:

2018-11-19 - Tractor trailer overturns on the 710 Freeway in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2018-11-19 - Garbage truck veers off road, crashes into home, in coastal Abingdon (Maryland), 1 injured:

2018-11-19 - RV crashes into median, bursts into flame, on I-10 near Lafayette (Louisiana):

2018-11-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, near Rolla (Missouri), 4 killed:

2018-11-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on Ortega Highway west of Lake Elsinore (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-11-19 - Car crashes in the wee hours, bursts into flame, on Loop 820 at North Beach Street in Hurst (Texas), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2018-11-19 - Car crashes 100 feet off road, bursts into flame, near San Gabriel Reservoir (California), 1 killed:

2018-11-19 - Car veers off road just after 2 AM, hits pole, bursts into flame, in Northridge (California), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2018-11-19 - Car veers off road, plunges into Indian Creek, in coastal Miami Beach (Florida), 1 injured:

2018-11-19 - Monkey breaks into home, bites chunk off of toddler girl's head, in Curitiba (Brazil):

2018-11-19 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures 20 people in coastal Huntington Beach (California):

2018-11-19 - Coyote attacks and injures 3-year-old girl at park in Placentia (California), coyote killed:

2018-11-19 - Dog attacks and injures several children at school, teacher tackles dog, in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2018-11-19 - Man's dog attacks and injures him in coastal Washington DC, dog euthanized:

2018-11-19 - Road collapses into quarry near Borba (Portugal), 2 killed, several missing:

Quote: "At least two people died and four were missing on Monday when a stretch of a motorway about 100 meters (328 ft) long collapsed into a quarry in central Portugal after heavy rains, officials said."

2018-11-19 - Sinkhole opens near stadium in Hyderabad (India):

2018-11-19 - Pipeline leaks 250,000 liters of oil into the ocean off the Atlantic Coast in Canada:

2018-11-19 - Water unusually warm in the Tasman Sea near New Zealand:

2018-11-19 - Smog engulfs much of Pakistan, national emergency declared:

Quote: "Considering the high intensity of smog situation in the country, members of a Senate caucus, on Thursday, have decided to declare a smog national emergency. The smog level in the atmosphere has been on the rising side for the past few weeks and has reached to an alarming environmental situation in the country. The quality of air is particularly very poor in the provincial capital of Punjab, Lahore and slowly engulfing Karachi now. The air pollution in the country has reached an enormously dangerous level that has probed the Parliamentary caucus to agree on declaring a national emergency."

2018-11-19 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Otago (New Zealand):

2018-11-19 - Tropical Depression Toraji brings heavy rain and flooding to Vietnam, 14+ killed:

2018-11-19 - Tropical Cyclone Samuel heads toward the Philippine Islands:

2018-11-19 - Four newly-detected asteroids within 1 lunar distance, including second closest of the year:

2018-11-19 - Declining prices for oil, copper and lumber indicate the next economic downturn is here:

2018-11-19 - Man detoxing from alcohol slices off his own testicles in Kennewick (Washington):


  1. OUCH! Geez, man - way to end this report! Dang - things are really deteriorating quickly. Hope we make it to Christmas and or the end of the year. 2019 is going to be horrendous.

    [Let's start with the economic situation]
    Gerald Celente
    https://kingworldnews.com/gerald-celente-11-17-2018/ [~ 20.5 min.]

    Stock Market Crash: The Dow Has Fallen Nearly 2,500 Points And FAANG Stocks Have Lost A TRILLION Dollars In Value

    Thanksgiving week was not supposed to be like this. Normally things are slow in the days leading up to Thanksgiving as investors prepare to gorge themselves with turkey and stuffing as they gather with family and friends. But this year the stock market is crashing, and Wall Street is in panic mode. On Tuesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 24,465.64, which is nearly 2,500 points lower than the all-time high of 26,951.81 that was set in early October. But as I noted yesterday, what has been happening to tech stocks is even more dramatic. Each one of the FAANG stocks is now down by more than 20 percent, and they have combined to lose more than a trillion dollars in value. We haven’t seen anything like this since the financial crisis of 2008, and at this point all of Wall Street’s gains for 2018 have been completely wiped out. [more]

    Betting It All In The Trump Casino

    Unfortunately, Skynet can't keep every global risk asset domino bid as they're being liquidated indiscriminately to meet margin calls. Which is why risk asset correlations are rising, along with volatility, heading for what I call "discontinuous price discovery"...

    To say that this is going to be a clusterfuck, is an asinine understatement.

    What Cramer is describing is a 24x7 global margin call across every risk "asset class" from Bitcoins, to oil futures, Treasury short positions, EM bonds, Semiconductors, Mega cap tech stocks, Chinese internets, soybeans, lumber, you name it - to cross-cover margin calls in every other asset class. Driving asset correlations to 100% across the board. [more]

    Grim discovery made near where San Francisco 49ers fan disappeared

    On Saturday afternoon, fishermen discovered the body of a fully-clothed man face down in the water about a mile offshore from a marina near Levi's Stadium, Lt. John Hutchings, spokesman for the San Jose Police Department told ABC San Francisco affiliate station KGO-TV. [more]

    [sorry, I can't get enough of this]
    Terrifying videos show gigantic waves engulfing buildings and streets in Tenerife

    [posted for the last video (others are good too) - view from ground level where it goes from dry to about 5 feet deep, engulfing a street sign in front of hotel in less than a minute - put it on full screen for effect (and turn the sound up)]

    Tornado outbreak hits southern Italy, destroying roofs and injuring people

    At least 3 tornadoes formed in southern Italy on November 20, 2018, bringing the total annual count to 45. One of the tornadoes swept through a residential area in the province of Crotone, destroying roofs of homes and businesses and injuring people. [more; videos!]

    [continued below]

  2. ‘I just want to break down’: the California wildfire victims living in a parking lot

    This is more than tragic. I cannot see how these people, many of whom are retirees will ever get their lives back. The[y] certainly won’t get their homes. [more, including these embedded stories]

    Walmart carpark has become an impromptu refugee camp for the tens of thousands of homeless from the Camp Fire) [~ 3 min. video]

    ‘I just want to break down’: the California wildfire victims living in a parking lot – video [~ 1 min.]

    [from our Military Awareness desk]
    U.S. Nuclear Fleet’s Dry Docks Threatened by Storms and Rising Seas

    Damage to key military shipyards would undermine the Pentagon’s ability to respond to military crises and counter China’s ambitions.
    [more; China probably has the same problem]

    Dangers Without Borders: Military Readiness in a Warming World

    A new series explores how the looming risks from global warming have become a soft underbelly of U.S. military readiness, threatening national security. [more]

    Depletion of nitrogen in forest soil could reduce trees’ ability to offset climate change

    [looking more and more like suffocation from lack of oxygen/air pollution (including radiation) will play a part in the die-off]

    Rainy few days ahead for many parts of NZ

    [more below]

  3. [as much as Beckwith pooh-poohs this and the "directed energy" conspiracy theories, one must listen to this guy for his take]
    [interviewed by Greg Hunter

    Climate Engineering the Single Greatest Threat Short of Nuclear Cataclysm

    Don’t expect to get the truth from the government or the mainstream media (MSM) that climate engineering is dangerous to humanity, let alone even going on, because climate engineering researcher Dane Wigington says, “Right now, there is an official illegal federal gag order on all of the National Weather Service and NOAA. If all of the consequences of climate engineering were considered, it is mathematically the single greatest threat we collectively face short of nuclear cataclysm. If we don’t address these issues, it effects every breath we take and the entire web of life, we are on an extraordinary short time horizon. . . . Climate engineering is not about the greater good. It is about keeping business as usual and keeping power in the hands of people who already hold it. It’s about confusing and dividing the population about the true state of the climate until the last possible moment. . . . They are hiding the severity of the climate to keep the population from panicking because the situation is so severe. . . . [more; couldn't find the link to the interview]

    [every time this year that my wife has visited (as she is now) our youngest and his family on the coast in CA, she "brought the rain"]

    Wednesday, 21 November 2018
    Rockslides and mudslides probable in Northern California

    Danger! Heavy Rain & Mudslides for California & a Thanksgiving week Forecast
    http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2018/11/rockslides-and-mudslides-probable-in.html [~ 8.25 min. video, kinda bizarre at the end]

    [includes embedded stories and another video]
    More trouble in Paradise

    Rockslides/Mudslides probable in Northern California | Never before seen desert turns INTO ocean! [~ 14.25 min. MrMBB333 video]

    Relentless California wildfires leave 84 dead, over 800 unaccounted for

    MIGRANT CARAVAN: Life with the migrant caravan in Tijuana, Mexico
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/migrant-caravan-life-migrant-caravan-202024563.html [< 1 min. video]

    Flamingo takes wrong turn migrating to Saudi and ends up in Siberia

    Pollution in the Yamuna River, Northern India
    Apocalypse Now.

    Human Extinction by 2026? A Last Ditch Strategy to Fight for Human Survival
    http://robinwestenra.blogspot.com/2018/11/human-extinction-by-2026.html [Robert Burrowes]

    There is almost unanimous agreement among climate scientists and organizations – that is, 97% of over 10,000 climate scientists and the various scientific organizations engaged in climate science research – that human beings have caused a dramatic increase in the amount of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide released into Earth’s atmosphere since the pre-industrial era and that this is driving the climate catastrophe that continues to unfold.

    However, there is no consensus regarding the timeframe in which this climate catastrophe will cause human extinction. This lack of consensus is primarily due to the global elite controlling the public perception of this timeframe with frequent talk of ‘the end of the century’ designed to allow ongoing profit maximization through ‘business as usual’ for as long as possible. Why has this happened? [more]

  4. I don't think Tom was promoting the 'directed energy weapons' thing - just mentioned it. And I think this is the Dane interview:


    That said, Dane is wrong, like 180 degrees wrong. Oh, chemtrails no doubt are disruptive. But without them, crops would fail worldwide from UV, in two years starvation would be widespread and civilization would promptly collapse. He's got the simplistic view that chemtrails are bad, period, end of story, and they should be stopped. What if they ARE bad (they are) but the alternative is EVEN WORSE? He doesn't ask that question. That's like THE question. And the answer is that things would be much worse. I think we'd already all be dead if it were not for the improvised shielding provided by the chemtrails. It's not a solution though, just a postponing tactic, to keep civilization more or less functioning for as long as possible. Stop chemtrails and civilization falls, quickly. Dane doesn't understand that. If he gets his wish it won't be long before he becomes somebody's Daneburger.

  5. Also, he links the rise in fires to chemtrails. The chemtrails began in the 1990s, but the rise in the fires is escalating concurrently with the rise of methane in the atmosphere and the rise of unexplained rotten egg odor incidents. He's oblivious to JJFH, so he's reaching some whacked-out conclusions. Garbage in, garbage out.

  6. Yeah, i'm no fan of chem-trails, and the trees are all dying anyway. Jonny's got it right, along with Guy, regarding the aerosol masking effect. Beckwith's explanation is fine, but there "may" be something else going on of which he's also unaware. Nothing is going to change the direction we're heading, but putting on the brakes anyway possible at least slows us down for as long as it can.

    No doubt we'll be overwhelmed before long - if we haven't already begun to notice.

    [Weather forecast for PA - coldest Thanksgiving in a century]
    Bitter cold temperatures on Thanksgiving Day may break records in parts of Northeast

    Plan to go to that famous parade on Thanksgiving? Better bundle up. Several Northeast cities, including New York, can expect temperatures approaching the coldest ever recorded on Thanksgiving Day, according to the National Weather Service. [more]

    Fiery 4-car crash on Brooklyn Bridge turns deadly

    One person was killed and six others injured in a fiery, four-car wreck on the Brooklyn Bridge on Wednesday morning, authorities said.

    Three of the vehicles involved in the 7:15 a.m. crash, including a pickup truck, burst into flames on the Brooklyn-bound side of the bridge, sending plumes of black smoke into the air, FDNY officials said.

    "There was a huge fire," said witness Jennifer Brown, who had been walking along the bridge at the time. "There was a lot of black smoke ... the cars were pretty engulfed."

    The cause of the crash was not immediately known. [more]

    California wildfire smoke drifts all the way to New York City

    [got some of that here too, according to Weather World]

    Harsh harvest could mean a Canada-wide potato shortage

    From the Prairies to Prince Edward Island, a harsh fall harvest means Canada could be facing a serious potato shortage, one that may cause millions of dollars worth of Canadian potatoes to rot in the ground this year. [more; ~ 2 min. video]

    Signs and Portents: Two-headed calf born in Loudonville, Ohio

    Veterinarian Dr. Jeff Byers delivered the calf from Idylwild Farm by Cesarean section. However, the calf only survived for 20 minutes before it died on Friday. [more]

    White House Approves Use of Lethal Force for Border Troops: Report

    The White House late Tuesday authorized U.S. military troops deployed at the Mexican border to use lethal force and conduct law-enforcement operations, Military Times reports. [more]

    Thousands of Norwegian Cruise Line passengers get their vacation cut short by 'mechanical issues'

    Thousands of vacation goers were severely let down by Norwegian Cruise Line when their 10-day trip was shortened to only three days as a result of mechanical issues, just after making its way from Miami to Puerto Rico. [more; perfect place to be stranded too . ..]

    [more below]

  7. Stocks end mostly higher, but notch worst pre-Thanksgiving performance in 7 years


    Markets Reporter

    U.S. stock indexes ended mostly higher Wednesday, with the S&P and Nasdaq recapturing a small share of the of the ugly losses accumulated Monday and Tuesday, led by the same growth technology stocks which had been a main driver of market’s recent woes.
    U.S. financial markets will be closed Thursday for the Thanksgiving Day holiday and see an early close Friday. [more]

    Cold Turkey

    Shorts are covering ahead of Black Thursday, formerly known as "Thanksgiving" - the day of (un)rest when "consumers" demonstrate their gratitude by grappling over the same foreign-made junk they can buy every other day of the year...

    With every global bubble imploding at the same time, the stakes are high. Optimists see an impending rally similar to the one from last April. Realists, not so much...[more]

    Record cold in the Northeast, rounds of heavy rain and mountain snow along the West Coast

    Very cold Arctic air will bring frigid temperatures to the US Northeast, possibly marking the region's coldest Thanksgiving ever as well as the entire month of November. Meanwhile, a series of Pacific storms will deliver multiple rounds of heavy rain and mountain snow Wednesday, November 21 into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. There is an elevated concern for flash flooding, mudslides and debris flows near wildfire burn scars in California. A weak storm system will cross the Great Lakes Wednesday with accumulating Lake Effect snow. [more]

    Oil prospecting may begin in Alaska refuge this winter

    Global warming or mini-ice-age? Coldest Thanksgiving in 100 years: Arctic blast in Europe: October 2018 the 2nd hottest since records began.

    However, NOAA's monthly global weather report has October 2018 as the 2nd hottest since records began.

    Sea ice coverage at the poles still at near-record lows. [more]

    [the Arctic tells the story; all these weather anomalies are explained and predicted by the warming scenario - meandering jet streams; weather whiplash, etc.]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 11.21.18 Will We Survive Climate Change?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZUm4IKoOAs [~ 11.75 min.]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 11.21.18 No snow in Lapland as rising temperatures take sparkle away from dream holiday
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_MKXSoBch4 [~ 15.25 min.]

  8. News Links, November 21, 2018
    Rice Farmer

    Sinking shipping gauge signals trouble for iron ore, coal price

    Resurrected Abengoa & Construction Giant OHL Flirt with Collapse

    The Primacy Of Income — The Era Of Gains is over

    The Eurozone Banks' Trillion Timebomb

    World stocks, oil plunge as global growth prospects dim

    Costs Are Rising. Can Europe's Firms Raise Prices Fast Enough?

    Apple cuts production orders for all three new iPhone models: WSJ

    Trump's Trade War With China: The US is Not Winning

    Strongly Linked China And Japan Are The Storm's Center
    Note both China and Japan have been busy supporting zombie companies and not allowing them to fail in an effort to convince the world all is well.

    Netflix's 'death cross' is the third for FAANG stocks and Nasdaq Composite is next

    Why Does America Have 13 Million Households That Don't Have Enough Food To Eat

    General Motors buyouts likely to fall short and layoffs loom

    Bitcoin Cash Clash Is Costing Billions With No End in Sight

    Plane Crashes Rising Despite Safest Ever Flights

    Trump Didn't Wreck the "Liberal International Order" — It never really existed to begin with

    US Sanctions Russian, Iranian Companies To Disrupt Oil Shipments To Syria

    Trump administration hawks putting US on course for war with Iran, report warns

    U.S. Navy officer could face questions in Norwegian frigate collision

    State Department clears $944 million in missiles for Japan, NATO

    Seoul: North Korea explodes 10 guard posts to lower tensions

    The Only Regime Change that Is Needed Is in Washington

    Mexican police block buses of migrants from leaving Mexicali headed for Tijuana

    Another Nuclear Megaproject Bites The Dust

    Peak Oil, 20 Years Later: Failed Prediction or Useful Insight?

    Putin and Erdogan mark key phase in natural gas pipeline

    India wants to build dangerous fast breeder reactors

    Japan, South Korea To Resume Iranian Oil Shipments In January

    How to save the world from climate catastrophe – the IRENA study
    To sum up, the IRENA study proposes an expansion of renewables that will never happen because of the prohibitive costs of implementing it and which would not ensure "an adequate, stable and reliable electricity supply" even if it were implemented. Ironically, however, it probably would cut emissions by enough to save the Earth from the alleged ravages of CO2-induced climate change, but by crashing the global economy, not by expanding the share of renewables.
    I guarantee that the global economy will crash, anyway. -- RF

    [more below]

  9. France's decision to delay nuclear phaseout by a decade jeopardizes PV plans

    Thanksgiving without the sides: Lack of farm labor could make fruits, vegetables unaffordable

    People in US, Canada warned to not eat romaine lettuce

    The CDC warns that romaine lettuce—all of it—is unsafe to eat

    The Destructive Weed Killer the EPA Refuses to Ban

    The mystery viruses far worse than flu
    Spanish flu was one of the most serious pandemics humanity has faced over the last century. But there are others, and some have the capacity to be even deadlier.

    Cheap Power Matters More to Australians Than Climate Change, Poll Shows

    CDC launches task force for disease that causes paralysis in kids

    The Dangerous Rush to Judgment Against Julian Assange

    Hell Hath No Fury Like a Liberal Scorned: The Media Turns on
    Facebook and Google

    The "Resistance" Struggles To Justify Support For Trump's Prosecution Of Assange

    Amazon stores every conversation you have with Alexa — here's how to delete them

    Google and Facebook are gobbling up the internet's subsea cables

    1st snow of season in Sapporo latest ever recorded

    JP Morgan sees a slowdown coming, with economy growing at less than 2 percent in 2019

    The Homeless Crisis Is Getting Worse in America's Richest Cities

    Subprime Rises: Credit Card Delinquencies Blow Through Financial-Crisis Peak at the 4,705 Smaller US Banks

    The five most important tech stocks are getting slaughtered with each down more than 20% from highs

    Mall Retailers Melt Down in Four Charts

    Retailers Hammered by Profit Concerns: Target Down 10%, Kohl's 8%

    Sears is just one of five retailers that have no room for error this holiday season

    Alcohol is killing more people, and younger. The biggest increases are among women

    David's Bridal files for bankruptcy seeking $400M in debt relief

    Exclusive poll: America sours on social media giants

    U.S. home builder sentiment posts biggest drop in 4-1/2 years

  10. "There’s something hot and radioactive under Antarctica and it’s melting the ice"


    Here's an interesting video which discusses in part the above article by a dude named 'Florida Marquis'. 18 minutes long. But the article by itself is interesting enough.