Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Event Update For 2019-01-15

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

2019-01-15 - Sulfur smell reported along with fish bubbling up dead near the island of Mayotte between Madagascar and Mozambique:

Quote: "A large number of dead fish emerged at various sites off the barrier reef just east/southeast of Mayotte, the oldest volcanic island in the Comoros Basin located between Madagascar and Mozambique. This is the site of an intense earthquake swarm that started in May 2018 and continues to date. Visual observations of dead fish are accompanied by a strong smell of gas, burning rubber, plastic or sulfur, officials said January 14. The information was confirmed by the representatives of the Fishermen's Cooperative of Mtsapere."

2019-01-15 - Antarctica losing six times more ice mass annually now than 40 years ago:

2019-01-15 - Brutal heatwave continues baking much of Australia, fatalities expected:

Quote: "Port Augusta in South Australia has reached 48.9C [120F] on Tuesday, as a heatwave sets in across much of Australia threatening more record hot days. All-time highest minimum temperatures have also been broken in three places. Meekatharra in Western Australia and Fowlers Gap and White Cliffs in New South Wales all registered an overnight minimum of 33C on Monday. Severe to extreme heatwave conditions extending from the interior of WA across South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, the ACT and NSW will bring maximum temperatures of 8C to 12C above average, and in some places up to 16C above average before the end of the week."

Quote: "According to the country's meteorological bureau, the past four days are among Australia's top ten warmest days on records."

2019-01-15 - Pallet yard erupts in flame, fire gets huge, on Newton Road in Wetherill Park (Australia):

2019-01-15 - In separate incidents, bus busts into flame and market destroyed by massive fire, in coastal Casablanca (Morocco):

Quote: "Casablanca witnessed two fires on Tuesday, a bus bursting into flames in the middle of a street and a wholesale vegetable market destroyed by fire."

Note: This is the 34th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-01-15 - Man, 34, goes berserk and brutally attacks people with hammer at restaurant in coastal Brooklyn (New York), 160 feet from the ocean, 1 killed, 2 injured:

Quote: "A crazed man walked into a Brooklyn seafood restaurant and beat three employees in the head with a hammer — killing one of them and critically injuring the two others — in an unprovoked attack on Tuesday evening, police said. The 34-year-old suspect, who may be emotionally disturbed, hit the three men in the head at the Seaport Buffet in Sheepshead Bay at about 5:15 p.m., police sources said. 'I heard a bunch of people screaming: "He’s killing people! Lock all the doors!"' said Samantha Randazzo, a manager at a neighboring clam bar, who rushed over to help."

Quote: "The 34-year-old suspect was taken into custody on 19th Street and Emmons Avenue, about two blocks from the restaurant. Charges are pending. He will undergo a psychiatric evaluation. It appears to have been an unprovoked attack, investigators said. A hammer was recovered at the scene."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2019-01-15 - Electrical substation damaged by fire on High Street in Salisbury (Britain):

2019-01-15 - Boat bursts into flame at boat manufacturing business in Abilene (Texas), 1 injured:

Quote: "Two people were flown to a burn unit in Plano after a boat fire in Abilene. The fire started around 10:20 p.m. Monday at Tige Boats on Hwy 36. When firefighters arrived, an employee had already pulled the boat out of the building using a forklift."

Note: This is the 52nd boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-01-15 - Two tanker trucks go up in flames at oil facility in Midland County (Texas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Midland county emergency personnel responded to a fire involving two tanker trucks Tuesday near the intersection of Farm-to-Market 1788 and County Road 160. County Fire Marshal Dale Little said one person died and one was injured. The original report stated that a tank battery caught fire."

2019-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 4:30 AM in I-285 tunnel in Atlanta (Georgia):

Quote: "We’re the only station on the scene as officials towed the trailer off to the side. The driver is ok, good thing he saw the fire, pulled over and got out."

2019-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 29 in Marathon County (Wisconsin):

2019-01-15 - Semi tractor bursts into flame on I-10 near coastal Whiskey Bay (Louisiana):

2019-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-90 near Rockford (Illinois):

Quote: "Sources are reporting a fully engulfed semi on I-90 near mile marker 11 3/4 in the westbound lanes. There is reports of a fully engulfed semi near this location. They do not yet know what is in the trailer."

2019-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 401 near Napanee (Canada):

2019-01-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Cunningham Highway in Coolmunda (Australia):

Quote: "Queensland Fire and Emergency Services crews were called to the scene just before 10pm yesterday where a prime mover had been engulfed by flames."

Note: These are the 87th, 88th, 89th, 90th, 91st, 92nd, 93rd and 94th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-01-15 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Greenacre Road in Lincolnville (Maine):

2019-01-15 - Van bursts into flame on the Belfry Highway near Billings (Montana):

2019-01-15 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at gas station on Gallatin Street in Jackson (Mississippi):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame while parked at the Augusta Aquatics Center in Augusta (Georgia):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in West Caldwell (New Jersey):

2018-01-15 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Olney (Illinois):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame while being towed, on the Florida Turnpike in coastal Pompano Beach (Florida):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame on William Smith Street in Huntingdon (Pennsylvania):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame at 12:30 AM, fire spreads to second car, in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame on Bishops Road in Fengate (Britain):

2019-01-15 - Car bursts into flame at 2:13 AM on Carr Lane in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Carr Lane, Grimsby. Tue 15 Jan 2019 02:13 (No:00918) Car fire, two hose reels and one BA in use."

2019-01-15 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the A36 in Beckington (Britain):

2019-01-15 - Four vehicles and two garages destroyed by fire at 12:20 AM in Twin Falls (Idaho):

Quote: "Two garages and four vehicles were destroyed by a fire early Tuesday morning, Twin Falls fire officials said."

2019-01-15 - Auto shop destroyed by fire in Stanton (Delaware):

2019-01-15 - Barn shop destroyed by fire in Swanton (Vermont):

2019-01-15 - Barn destroyed by fire in Wantage (New Jersey):

2019-01-15 - Barn goes up in flames in Leintwardine (Britain):

2019-01-15 - HVAC unit bursts into flame at 6:20 AM at church in Blountville (Tennessee):

2019-01-15 - Historic City Hall destroyed by fire at 6:17 AM in Ellsworth (Minnesota):

2019-01-15 - Mixed-use building heavily damaged by fire in coastal Bayside, Queens (New York), 2 injured:

2019-01-15 - Home damaged by fire in San Antonio (Texas):

2019-01-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire on East 86th Street in Cleveland (Ohio), 1 injured:

2019-01-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Todd Road in Santa Rosa (California):

2019-01-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Bolton (Massachusetts), dog killed, nobody there:

2019-01-15 - Home destroyed by fire at 5:25 AM on Tomahawk Road in Jefferson City (Missouri), nobody there:

2019-01-15 - Home destroyed by fire near Firth (Nebraska):

2019-01-15 - Home destroyed by fire in Jefferson Township (Pennsylvania), 3 dogs killed, nobody there:

2019-01-15 - Four homes go up in flames on Colonial Avenue in Trenton (New Jersey):

2019-01-15 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire before 7 AM in Houston (Texas):

2019-01-15 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Huntington (West Virginia), 6 injured:

2019-01-15 - High-rise apartment building damaged by fire in Trenton (New Jersey):

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:30 AM in Evansdale (Iowa), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire burns home at 5:52 AM on Jefferson Street in Millersburg (Iowa), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire burns home in Middlesboro (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire destroys home at 12:45 AM on Pulsifer Drive home in Auburn (New York), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire destroys home on Grants Ferry Road in Flowood (Mississippi), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire destroys one home, damages another, on Morgan Run Road in Forward Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in coastal Savannah (Georgia), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Vacant home burns at 2:30 AM on Hamm Road in the Town of Lockport (New York):

2019-01-15 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 11:47 PM in St. Johnsville (New York):

2019-01-15 - Man and woman found dead at home in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2019-01-15 - Five people found dead in submerged car in canal near Belgaum (India):

2019-01-15 - Man, 42, collapses after swimming in swimming pool at hotel, dies shortly later, in Siem Reap (Cambodia):

Quote: "A Russian man died at 8.40 pm on January 15, 2019 at the MARVEL BOUTIQUE Hotel in Sala Kamreuk Commune Reap. Siem Reap police said that the victim was named ALEKSANDR ROMANOV aged 42, was a Russian national who entered Cambodia on January 15, 2019, via Poipet. The victim’s wife stated that, after dinner, the victim went to the hotel pool for about 10 minutes. Then he suddenly collapsed on the ground."

Quote: "A 42-year-old Russian tourist named Aleksandr Romanov died in Siem Reap. He ate dinner, went for a swim, and then collapsed and die."

Note: So he dropped dead right after being in the water in the swimming pool...

2019-01-15 - Man found dead in creek in Midwest City (Oklahoma):

2019-01-15 - Person found dead in San Francisco Bay near Aquatic Park in coastal San Francisco (California):

2019-01-15 - Woman found dead in car outside Denny's in Garner (North Carolina):

2019-01-15 - Woman, 35, found dead at home in Clifton (Maine):

2019-01-15 - Man, 37, found dead near airport in Lebanon (New Hampshire):

2019-01-15 - Woman, 59, found dead at Kelvin Grove Beach in coastal Lions Bay (Canada):

2019-01-15 - Soldier drops dead during routine training at Puckapunyal Army Base (Australia):

Quote: "A soldier has collapsed and died during a routine training exercise at an Army base in central Victoria. The soldier, who has not been named, died yesterday morning at the Puckapunyal Army base, 116km north of Melbourne. The Department of Defence said the soldier collapsed during training and efforts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful. He was dead before paramedics arrived. The exact cause of death is unknown."

2019-01-15 - Soldier, man, 26, found dead in his quarters at Camp Humphreys (South Korea):

2019-01-15 - Man, 63, has heart attack while swimming at beach, dies shortly later, at coastal Pamilacan Island (Philippine Islands):

Quote: "A 63-year-old Canadian national died after allegedly suffering a heart attack while swimming in waters off Pamilacan Island in Baclayon on Monday afternoon."

2019-01-15 - Man, 21, promising cricket player, drops dead on field in Kolkata (India):

Quote: "Promising all-rounder Aniket Sharma, who played for Paikpara Club collapsed on a cricket field and died moments later owing to a possible cardiac arrest."

2019-01-15 - Man, 76, found dead in canal in coastal Georgetown (Guyana):

2019-01-15 - Man drops dead on Broad Street in Spalding (Britain):

Quote: "A man has died after reportedly suffering a medical emergency in Spalding this morning. Police, the air ambulance, and two crewed ambulances, were sent to Broad Street today after a call at 8.13am that a person was unwell. Sadly, the man died at the scene."

2019-01-15 - Man in his 80s found dead in the River Wensum in Fakenham (Britain):

2019-01-15 - Middle-aged man has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane diverts to coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

Quote: "A flight from Auckland to Los Angeles has been diverted to Hawaii due to a medical emergency involving a middle-aged man."

2019-01-15 - Man has seizure, car crashes into culvert, on Riverside Drive in St. George (Utah), 1 injured:

Quote: "One of the witnesses who responded to the crash later emailed St. George News and said the man in the car was having a seizure at the time of the crash."

2019-01-15 - Driver has 'medical condition', car crashes into tree, in Dayton (Ohio), 1 injured:

Quote: "A driver suffered serious injuries after a medical condition caused them to crash their car into a tree, according to investigators."

2019-01-15 - Small plane makes emergency crash-landing on New Bingham Highway in West Jordan (Utah), engine failure:

2019-01-15 - Tanker truck's brakes fail, truck crashes into median, bursts into flame, in Abakaliki (Nigeria):

Quote: "A witness told our correspondent the tanker seemed to have suffered brake failure as it suddenly lost control and veered into the embarkment dividing the road."

2019-01-15 - Two tractor trailers crash at 5 AM, massive fire erupts, on the 10 Freeway in Colton (California), 1 injured:

2019-01-15 - SUV veers off road, overturns down embankment, on I-95 in Foxborough (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2019-01-15 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Indianapolis (Indiana), 10 injured:

2019-01-15 - Car veers off road, crashes into bridge, near Raleigh (North Carolina), 1 injured:

Quote: "Johnson isn’t sure what caused Nelson to go off the road, but said indicators are pointing toward a medical problem."

2019-01-15 - Car crashes into culvert before 3 AM, burst into flame, in Attala County (Mississippi), 1 killed:

2019-01-15 - Sinkhole opens and swallows vehicles near train station in Delhi (India):

2019-01-15 - Sinkhole opens on street in coastal Olympia (Washington):

2019-01-15 - Earth's tilt may speed up global warming:

2019-01-15 - UN warns of rising levels of toxic brine as desalination plants meet growing water needs:

2019-01-15 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Limpopo (South Africa):

2019-01-15 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Sandakan (Malaysia):

2019-01-15 - 'Weird loud noise' heard in in the skies in upstate South Carolina:

2019-01-15 - Third cat in Wyoming diagnosed with bubonic plague:

2019-01-15 - New numbers are telling us that the global economic slowdown is far more advanced than we thought:

2019-01-15 - Injecting semen into your arm does not cure back pain:

Note: Learn something new everyday!


  1. Attaway Jonny! Li'l humor never hurts.

    Thursday, 17 January 2019
    Methane and earthquake report - 01/15/2019
    Methane, EQ’s & Australian Heat Wave Report with Margo (Jan. 16, 2019) [~ 58 min.]

    Paul Beckwith advocating geoengineering

    Paul Beckwith Promotes Nuking Mother Earth

    [hey Paul, not enough radiation in the atmosphere yet?]

    Thursday, 17 January 2019
    Revisiting Fukushima
    Time to revisit a slow-moving extinction event
    FUKUSHIMA Update 2018 (IT'S ALL DEAD!) [~ 18 min. video - well worth watching]

    A massive "Atmospheric River" is set to dump nearly 10 feet, 3 metres of snow and nearly 2 months rain in 2 days on California

    [my son who lives out there on the coast said they had 70 mph winds with branches blowing around yesterday, while a friend of mine, whose sister lives further south, said she experienced a noticeable earthquake!]

    Some Arctic ground no longer freezing—even in winter

    Data from two Arctic sites suggest some surface layers are no longer freezing. If that continues, greenhouse gases from permafrost could accelerate climate change. [more]

    Polar Vortex Splits, Extreme Cold & Snow Coming - LIVE COVERAGE [incl. ~ 7 min. video]

    The polar vortex has split, which will bring weeks of extreme cold and stormy weather to the eastern US. Get the latest details in our LIVE COVERAGE. [more]

    [welcome to Ice Station Zebra here in southeast PA

    Extinction Foretold, Extinction Ignored
    Guy McPherson interviewed by Carol Rosin [link to 2 hr podcast]

    Australia extreme heatwave: 'code red' issued as Port Augusta hits 48.9C

    Australia’s extreme heatwave enters third day as temperatures soar [more]

    [includes this article]
    World’s hottest places all located in Australia amid intense heatwave

    The top 15 hottest places in the world yesterday were all in Australia, as an intense heatwave weather system - possibly the worst since 2011 - continues to sweep over the country. [more]

    Shock Survey: 59 Percent Of Americans Support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Proposal To Raise The Top Tax Rate To 70%

    Unfortunately for Ocasio-Cortez, her head has been filled with all sorts of socialist nonsense. During a recent interview with 60 Minutes, she proposed raising the top income tax rate to “as high as 60 or 70 percent”… [more; Mr. Snyder is not a fan]

  2. Injecting semen doesn't relieve back pain?! ...Come again?!

  3. BWAH-HAAAA-HAAA!! Good one Terry, and welcome aboard!

    Deadly California parade of storms is not over yet: Downpours and heavy snowfall in higher elevations, forced evacuations in several burn areas, mudslides, floods… And the worse is to come

    Evacuation warnings were issued Tuesday through Thursday for the community of Pulga at the Camp Fire burn scar near Paradise. In Southern California, mandatory evacuations went into effect for burn areas in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara counties Tuesday morning. The third system hit Monday, triggering mandatory evacuations in the Holy Fire burn scar area. In the higher elevations, snow caused spinouts and closed several highways temporarily. A home in Encino was damaged by a mudslide Tuesday. Three people were killed Tuesday in a weather-related crash. [more]

    Washington Governor Jay Inslee uses State of the State address to urge action on climate change – “This is the eleventh hour, but it is Washington state’s hour to shine”

    Protesters disrupt confirmation hearing of proposed EPA head during Trump shutdown – Bernie Sanders grills Andrew Wheeler on climate science

    Environmental protesters on Wednesday disrupted Andrew Wheeler’s Senate confirmation hearing to be the permanent head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

    The protesters objected to Republicans on the Environment and Public Works Committee scheduling the hearing, and Wheeler participating, when the EPA is closed and most employees are furloughed due to the ongoing partial government shutdown.[more]

    [more below]

  4. Fixing the environment: when solutions become problems

    [like Beckwith's idea?]

    In a world where climate change, air and water pollution, biodiversity loss, water scarcity, ozone depletion, and other environmental problems overlap, a fix in one arena can cause trouble in another.

    Here are a few examples of what might be called Earth's "zero-sum" dilemma in the 21st century.

    Water vs. ocean pollution

    Wind farms vs. biodiversity

    Solar panels vs. ground pollution
    [each of these headlines has a paragraph of explanation]

    U.S. forces employees to work on oil-drilling land sales during Trump government shutdown – “A government that prioritizes fossil fuel industry profits at all costs, while American families are left out in the cold”

    The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is bringing back employees who were furloughed to work on sales of land for oil and gas drilling purposes in the Gulf of Mexico, according to an updated Department of Interior shutdown plan.

    The plan was amended on 8 January 2019. The Department of Interior is using funds leftover from last year to cover the work, according to department spokeswoman Faith Vander Voort. Much of the department has been closed since the government shutdown began on 22 December 2019. [more]

    To those who think we can reform our way out of the climate crisis

    Welcome to the future. It feels like it, doesn’t it? Like we have reached the end of something—of the days when the Arctic was not actually in flames, when the permafrost was not a sodden mush, when the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets were not rushing to join the quickly rising seas. Perhaps we have also, finally, reached the end of the days when we could soothe ourselves with lies, or delusions at least; when we imagined that we were the only masters here, that we could keep taking what we wanted, and that no one would ever have to pay.

    We are paying now. Twenty eighteen was the year that temperatures scraped 90 degrees in the Norwegian Arctic; that permafrost in northern Siberia failed to freeze at all; that wildfires burned on the taiga there, as well as above the Arctic Circle in Alaska and Sweden, in the moors of northern England, in Greece, and in California, where they showed no sense of poetic restraint whatsoever and reduced a place called Paradise to ash.

    And where there wasn’t fire, there were floods [more]

  5. First: there was a second earthquake TODAY in the same spot as yesterday (and the same size); 2nd, my location information was incorrect, it's along the Hayward Fault up by San Francisco, NORTH of where my son lives.

    Late night quake jostles East Bay awake

    Magnitude 3.4 shaker centered near Oakland/Berkeley border

    USGS says that the magnitude 3.43 quake (initially estimated as a 3.7) hit at about 4:42 a.m. and marks the likely epicenter in Oakland’s Claremont Hills, right next to Bentley School on Hiller Drive.

    Within an hour and a half more than 4,000 people had reported feeling the quake, including some testimonies from as far away as Yuba City in Sutter County.

    The initial USGS shake map of the quake characterizes the effects as “weak” and predicts that no damage is likely, and thus far there are no reports of injury. [more]

    Mystery surrounds 'massive flash and boom' over Somerset, UK

    He said: "At approximately 9:55 pm, there was a massive flash in the night sky. A trail was visible but dissipated quickly.

    "Roughly five minutes later there was a deep boom which disturbed the grouse. It was pretty dramatic. [more]

    Magnitude 6 quake jolts Nicobar Islands region [no tsunami]

    Shallow 6.1-magnitude quake hits Bismarck Sea off Papua New Guinea

    Shiveluch volcano starts erupting in Russia's Far East

    "The eruption of the Shiveluch volcano has started. Lava is coming down the slopes," KVERT said.

    The volcano is 3,283 m high. It last erupted in 2010. [more]

    Volcano erupts in southern Japan, no evacuation warning

    [more bad news below]

  6. Road near Delhi Metro station caves in, vehicles trapped in huge sinkhole

    Two pit bull terriers kill 5-year-old girl in South Africa

    [this may have been reported on previously]
    Mass fish die off and 'burnt' smell reported around Mayotte, source of strange seismic event that 'shook' the planet last November

    A large number of dead fish have been discovered by fishermen around the French Indian Ocean island of Mayotte, which has recently had an abnormal earthquake swarm, consisting of more than 1,440 tremors with a magnitude of 3.5 on the Richter scale since May 10 last year.

    As well as visual observations of dead fish, including dolphins and manta rays, there have been reports of a strong "burnt" smell, which was "not bearable" that which covered "an area of ​​several kilometers," according to a representative of fishermen as reported by

    Last year a strange seismic event 'shook' the planet for 20 minutes on November 11 - And no one felt it. The monochromatic signals were detected around the world, including Chile, New Zealand, Canada, and Hawaii. It created a buzz in the scientific community, because seismic signals from earthquakes and volcanic eruption are 'spikier' and don't look 'harmonious' like this.

    Hicks believes magma may suddenly have drained from a volcanic chamber about 10 miles under the seafloor near Mayotte, setting off the deep rumble that spread around the world. While strong enough to be picked up by sensitive seismometers, the vibrations would have been minuscule: far smaller than a millimetre. "It's something that you wouldn't perceive," he said.

    Pierre Briole, a geoscientist at École Normale Supérieure in Paris, has reached a similar conclusion. He believes that a third of a cubic mile of magma may have drained from a volcanic chamber under the seafloor, unleashing deep vibrations when its roof collapsed. [more]

    [from our Health desk]
    What does Monsanto's 'Roundup' do to you?

    Ms. Seneff states glyphosate starts out by killing the good bacteria in your gut. Once this happens harmful bacteria can thrive and over grow. This causes the immune system to target the gut to fight the harmful bacteria and this causes inflammatory gut. Ms. Seneff hypothesizes the immune cells are then harmed by glyphosate. Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma is a direct attack on immune cells in the body called B-cells. These cells try to build antibodies but cannot. Antibodies are protein, the process that creates them is disrupted by glyphosate.

    Ms. Seneff's theory is that the body is mistaking gylphosate for glycine thus building our body out of this weed killer molecule. Therefore glyphosate is getting stuck into random proteins at random places in the body where glycine should be.

    Benonite clay can bind to glyphosate but apple cider vinegar can actually break down the glyphosate because it contains acetobacter. Other foods that also contain acetobacter and can break glyphosate down are sauerkraut, and kimchi yogurt. Chloride and ozone can also break it down non-enzymatically.