Saturday, February 29, 2020

Event Update For 2020-02-29

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

2020-02-29 - First US coronavirus death reported in Washington State, state of emergency declared:

Quote: "A man in his 50s is the first to die from the coronavirus in the U.S., the Washington state Department of Health confirmed Saturday in a media advisory."

Quote: "More than 50 others at the center in Kirkland are reportedly ill with 'respiratory symptoms or hospitalized with pneumonia or other respiratory conditions of an unknown cause.' They’re being tested for coronavirus."

Quote: "Inslee declared a state of emergency in response to new cases of coronavirus in Washington and directed state agencies to use all resources necessary to prepare for and respond to the outbreak."

2020-02-29 - Deadly coronavirus could be with us forever as another seasonal illness:

2020-02-29 - Will coronavirus slow down in the warmer months like flu season?

Note: Even if it does, then it'll simply kill people in the southern hemisphere more while it's winter there, then pick up again in the northern hemisphere once winter returns. I guess that's better than having it killing people constantly in BOTH hemispheres though...

2020-02-29 - Two underground fires burn for months at landfill in Kealba suburb of coastal Melbourne (Australia):

Quote: "Two underground fires burning for at least three months within waste cells at a Kealba landfill are persistently emitting a 'toxic, chemical' smell, residents say."

2020-02-29 - Landfill fire breaks out in coastal George Town (Cayman Islands):

2020-02-29 - Recycling center destroyed by fire at 5:37 AM in coastal Pasir Gudang (Malaysia):

2020-02-29 - More than 300 homes destroyed by fire in coastal Mandaue City (Philippine Islands):

2020-02-29 - Arctic may see ice-free summers in as few as 15 years:

Note: So it'll probably be ice-free in five years and scientists will be 'stunned' and 'baffled' at how quickly things have happened, following a long (long!) trend of scientists being wrong with such overly optimistic predictions...

2020-02-29 - Climate change has lengthened Australian summers by 50%:

2020-02-29 - We are too late to stop the hell climate change will unleash:

Quote: "We can expect mass migrations, death and destruction as a result, with many parts of the world becoming uninhabitable."

Note: ALL parts of the world will be uninhabitable, except for people who learn to breathe poison gas, endure 1700F fires and eat bugs...

2020-02-29 - People dying bleeding from their eyes from unknown cause in Ethiopia:

Quote: "Have you ever heard of Disease X? No? It’s normal because it doesn’t exist yet. But scientists believe they have found it in Ethiopia after people start dropping like flies with bleeding eyes."

2020-02-29 - Business destroyed by explosion and fire in coastal Los Angeles (California), 3 injured:

2020-02-29 - Passenger bus bursts into flame near zoo in coastal Surat (India):

2020-02-29 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Capesthorne Road in Crewe (Britain):

2020-02-29 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Tadcaster Road in York (Britain):

Quote: "York – 09:38 Crews from York and Acomb responded to a bus fire on Tadcaster Road. Fire to the engine compartment spreading to the passenger area. The fire was out on arrival of the Fire Service and all occupants were out. Crews cooled and ventilated the bus using 1 hose reel jet."

Note: These are the 79th, 80th and 81st buses to burn in 2019...

2020-02-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Monroe County (Michigan):

2020-02-29 - Tractor bursts into flame near Slocomb (Alabama):

2020-02-29 - Two tractors, ATV and barn destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM in Cochranton (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "A fire was reported at 5:30 a.m. this morning at Alright Farms at 26684 County Line Rd in Cochranton PA. The fire occurred in the machine storage barn which caused a total loss of two tractors, an ATV as well as shop equipment."

2020-02-29 - At least seven semi tractors and business destroyed by fire in Madhavaram area in coastal Chennai (India):

Quote: "Huge trucks and lorries would enter directly to the roof-covered storage units and unload goods and valuables, while others dumped in open storage units."

Note: These are the 308th-318th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-02-29 - RV bursts into flame while parked at Creekside RV Resort in coastal Punta Gorda (Florida):

Note: This is the 60th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-02-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at Walmart in Joplin (Missouri):

2020-02-29 - Car bursts into flame at 11:39 PM while parked on street in Penticton (Canada):

2020-02-29 - Car bursts into flame on street in Elmwood (Canada):

2020-02-29 - Car bursts into flame on 54 Avenue in Yellowknife (Canada):

Quote: "Sunday's incident was the third reported Yellowknife vehicle fire in the past three weeks – following fires in a downtown alley and outside the 97 Niven Drive apartment building – and at least the fourth reported so far this year. There is no suggestion of any connection between the fires."

2020-02-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked in carpark in Griffith (Australia):

2020-02-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked in garage on Dereham Road in Ovington (Britain):

2020-02-29 - Car bursts into flame on Brampton Old Road in Carlisle (Britain):

2020-02-29 - Vehicle bursts into flame on WIS 29 near Pulaski (Wisconsin):

2020-02-29 - Commercial vehicle bursts into flame in Clee Hill (Britain):

2020-02-29 - Two cars, motorcycle and garage destroyed by fire at 4 AM at home on 7th Avenue SE in Rochester (Minnesota):

Quote: "RFD says the two-car garage was a complete loss, along with two cars and a motorcycle inside."

2020-02-29 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire at home on Standish Avenue in Minneapolis (Minnesota):

Quote: "According to firefighters, no one was injured in the fire, but at least two cars were destroyed from it."

2020-02-29 - Several vehicles, motorcycles and garage destroyed by fire at apartment building in Eau Claire (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Several vehicles, motorcycles, and debris were removed from the structure with the assistance of a towing company in order to achieve full extinguishment."

2020-02-29 - Several vehicles go up in flames inside commercial building in Boyle Heights area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

Quote: "Firefighters early this morning knocked down a blaze in a one- story commercial building that involved several vehicles, a fire department spokesman said."

2020-02-29 - Auto shop destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM, fire spreads to apartment building, in Lake Elsinore (California):

2020-02-29 - Barn destroyed by fire near Plato (Missouri):

2020-02-29 - Control tower damaged by fire at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2020-02-29 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Bernard Road in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), nobody there:

2020-02-29 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Deer Run Drive in Austin (Texas):

2020-02-29 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Varnies Circle in Conway (South Carolina):

2020-02-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:12 AM on Cady Street in North Adams (Massachusetts):,598707

2020-02-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after 2:30 AM on Escalante Street in Orchard Mesa (Colorado), 700 feet from the Colorado River:

2020-02-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after midnight on Edington Lane in Wheeling (West Virginia):

2020-02-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Lorenzo Street in Norwich (Connecticut):

2020-02-29 - Home destroyed by fire on Naples Road in Harrison (Maine), cat killed, nobody there:

2020-02-29 - Home destroyed by fire on Sherry Lane in Spencer (Massachusetts):

2020-02-29 - Triple-decker home heavily damaged by fire on Readville Street in Hyde Park area in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2020-02-29 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Ashbourne Drive in Lynchburg (Virginia):

2020-02-29 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 1 AM near 35th Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix (Arizona):

2020-02-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Arbor Lake Boulevard in Hermitage (Tennessee):

2020-02-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Meadow Creek Drive in Irving (Texas):

2020-02-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Wood Terrace Circle in DeKalb County (Georgia):

2020-02-29 - Apartment building destroyed by fire before 6 AM on Malta Street in Augusta (Maine):

2020-02-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Martin Luther King Drive in Modesto (California), 1 killed, 6 injured:

2020-02-29 - Deadly fire burns home shortly before midnight on Carpenter Drive in Johnston (Rhode Island), 1 killed:

2020-02-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Link Avenue in Orange County (Texas), 1 killed:

2020-02-29 - Deadly fire burns home on North Campus Way in Davis (California), 1 killed:

2020-02-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Wainwright Street in Alexandria (Louisiana), 4 killed:

2020-02-29 - Vacant home burns at 5:30 AM on Jacky Drive in Santa Rosa (California):

2020-02-29 - Vacant home burns on West Marion Street in Florence (South Carolina):

2020-02-29 - Carriage horse collapses, euthanized, in Central Park in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Quote: "The animal, a 12-year-old mare named Aisha, suffered a cardiac emergency around 12:30 p.m. Saturday, officials said."

2020-02-29 - At least 150 dolphins have washed up dead this year in Krasnodar (Russia):

2020-02-29 - Dozens of tons of fish die in river in Dong Thap (Vietnam):

2020-02-29 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead on beach in coastal Algeciras (Spain):

2020-02-29 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead on beach in coastal Fuengirola (Spain):

2020-02-29 - Fish wash up dead at Walkers Lake in Northern Grampians Shire (Australia):

2020-02-29 - Three college students die in reservoir in Odisha (India):

2020-02-29 - Woman, 46, dies after being pulled from the water near Search Lane in Rosebank on coastal Staten Island (New York):

2020-02-29 - Man falls off barge into water and dies in Longville (Louisiana):

2020-02-29 - Man, 63, found dead in Bessies Creek in Fort Bend County (Texas):

2020-02-29 - Woman found dead near Taco Shack on Spicewood Springs Road in Austin (Texas):

2020-02-29 - Man, early 20s, found dead in field near Kanarraville (Utah):

2020-02-29 - Man found dead in Hannibal (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2020-02-29 - Man found dead in Brown's Bay in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2020-02-29 - Man found dead in shallow water in drain in Tacarigua on the island of Trinidad:

2020-02-29 - Man, 50, dies in river in Pensiangan (Malaysia):

2020-02-29 - Man, 27, falls into drain and dies in Samanabad (Pakistan):

2020-02-29 - Man, 45, falls into stream and dies in Sanathnagar (India):

2020-02-29 - Girl, 6, found dead in river in Kollam (India):

2020-02-29 - Man drops dead in park on Parsloes Avenue in Dagenham (Britain):

2020-02-29 - Woman has 'medical condition', SUV slams into light pole, in Joplin (Missouri), 1 injured:

Quote: "A female driver experiencing a medical condition, crashed into a light pole."

2020-02-29 - Woman has 'medical episode', car crashes into bollard, near Retford (Britain), 1 injured:

Quote: "Her condition is unknown, but police believe she suffered a medical episode while behind the wheel."

2020-02-29 - Charter bus crashes into barriers on the North Loop in Houston (Texas), 5+ injured:

2020-02-29 - SUV crashes into Amtrak train in coastal Marysville (Washington), 4 injured:

2020-02-29 - Pickup truck veers off road at 5:33 AM, crashes into pole, in Auburn (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-02-29 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into traffic light, in Corona (California), 1 killed:

2020-02-29 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, in Peoria (Illinois), 2 injured:

2020-02-29 - Car veers off road, crashes into restaurant, in Columbus (Georgia):

2020-02-29 - Car overturns, crashes into pole, in Hanover (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

2020-02-29 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, in Ephrata (Pennsylvania):

2020-02-29 - Several dogs attack and injure 3 people at 12:30 AM in Winnipeg (Canada):

Quote: "Three people are injured, two severely, after being viciously attacked by a group of dogs early Saturday morning in Winnipeg."

Quote: "Police believe all four dogs to be pitbull/mastiff crosses from the same owner, who appears to be one of the victims."

2020-02-29 - Water main breaks on Spring Creek Road in East Ridge (Tennessee):

2020-02-29 - Water main breaks at university, huge sinkhole opens, in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2020-02-29 - Firefighter has 'medical emergency' during ice rescue training on Lake Dennison (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A firefighter was taken by helicopter to the hospital after a medical emergency during an ice rescue training exercise on Lake Dennison, the fire department said in a Facebook post."

2020-02-29 - Almost a quarter of California under drought conditions after bone-dry February:

2020-02-29 - Devastating flooding gets even more devastating in Jakarta (Indonesia):

2020-02-29 - Storm dumps more than 3 feet of snow on parts of New York:

2020-02-29 - Plan to drain Congo peat bog for oil could release vast amount of carbon:

2020-02-29 - Mars Inc. CEO is 'very concerned' about deforestation from cocoa farming:

2020-02-29 - Judge voids oil and gas leases on 1 million acres of public land:

2020-02-29 - US students lag other countries in math:

Quote: "The latest results of an international exam given to teenagers ranked the USA ninth in reading and 31st in math literacy out of 79 countries and economies."

Note: Well, we're still pretty decent at reading about how bad we suck at math!

2020-02-29 - New sense discovered in dog noses: the ability to detect heat:


  1. Just about 75 miles down the road from me:

    I don't know if this virus will end up killing more people in the US than in China. I think that you can take the official reported number in China and multiply by at least five, and probably ten to get closer to the truth. I do think though that this virus will end up being more disruptive to the US overall because, well, we are idiots. And we have the Idiot In Chief in charge. We are also not going to take the drastic measures to control the R naught factor of this virus.

  2. In just two weeks the annual South by Southwest Music and Media Interactive Festival begins. Over the years it has become a huge gathering of hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world. Which of course means Money Money Money. A groundswell of people here in Austin are demanding that it be cancelled. Of course what do you think the reaction of the Festival's organizers and promoters is? Exactly. "Well we are monitoring the situation and are taking every precaution and blah, blah, blah at this time we plan to go ahead as planned". Or, "We can't hear you through all the expected money in our ears". I do think that the campaign to cancel it is growing fast now and that it will end up getting nixed. We'll see...

  3. Here we go again Jonny, everyone reading JJFH. Another week of wtf news and dire predictions. At least it's honest.

    i read that the Dominican Republic and NY City had their first coronavirus cases yesterday and this morning. Store shelves are being emptied of essentials and non-prescription drugs all over the place as people begin panicking, oops - that's PREPPING. i saw a case where someone got infected from MAIL delivered by an infected postal worker. There's no prepping for how many ways one can come down with this virus.

    Monday, 2 March 2020
    Covid-19: Day 63: Mar 2nd: Death toll passes 3,000 worldwide: 10,000 confirmed cases outside China: Italy cases jump 50% in a day: Uighur Muslims sent to work in a Chinese factory

    Countries affected worldwide is 67. Confirmed cases now at 89,074, with almost 10,000 of them outside China. 7,110 people are in critical condition with the death toll at 3,049 at a rate of 3.42%.

    Coronavirus: death toll passes 3,000 worldwide as the second person dies in the US South Korea reports 500 new cases and Indonesia confirms its first infections as WHO urges nations to stock up on ventilators.

    Coronavirus may have spread undetected for weeks in the U.S. "This strongly suggests that there has been cryptic transmission in Washington State for the past 6 weeks."

    NYSE could close trading floor in coronavirus contingency. FOX

    Coronavirus rumours and chaos in Alabama point to big problems as the U.S. seeks to contain the virus.

    China’s factory activity slumps in February to weakest reading on record, private survey shows.

    Deepening Rout in Commodities Stokes Fears About World Economy As coronavirus spreads around the globe, an array of commodities are falling alongside stock markets. [more]


    Vaccinations: a potentially catastrophic problem with the world’s strategy against #Coronavirus

    I THOROUGHLY recommend watching this long presentation. It has opened my eyes to some things that I was not aware of

    Sunday, 1 March 2020 [~! 117 min. video]

    Behold A Pale Horse! February 2020: The 2nd month of the most important decade in the history of the human race was like a roaring lion: Death, Disease and Disaster Dominate

    If January was anything to go by 2020 is going to be a very rough ride and once again haunting news is headlining across the media about the coronavirus and its rapid spread around the world.

    A report on Zero Hedge today, claimed the coronavirus contains "HIV insertions", stoking fears over the virus has been an artificially created bioweapon? [more; it IS a bio-weapon - proven weeks ago by Dr. Boyle]

    [2nd part follows]

  4. All Of A Sudden, People All Over America Are Prepping Like Crazy

    I can’t remember a time when we have seen such widespread “panic buying” all over the nation. Today I spoke with someone that just visited the closest Wal-Mart in this area, and I was told that there are empty shelves all over the store. There are very few canned goods left, some of the most essential medications have been cleaned out, and there was nothing left in the long-term storable food section at all. Of course similar things are being reported at major retail stores all across the United States. All of a sudden, fear of COVID-19 has motivated thousands upon thousands of Americans to start prepping like crazy. But most of the population is still not taking this crisis seriously enough. As the number of confirmed cases all over the world continues to rise at an exponential rate, what are the stores going to look like when most of the country finally realizes that they should be prepping for an extended pandemic? [more; yes, think about that!]

    February brought record low precipitation in parts of California

    “Well, it’s official: most of California just experienced driest February on record. Locations like Ukiah, Sacramento, Redding, & San Francisco recorded no rain *at all* during a month at peak of the rainy season. Wildfire concerns are elevated this week.”

    Coronavirus sinking air travel - Heathrow expansion blocked [~ 38 min. BBN video]

    'They Are Overwhelmed.' China's Animal Shelters Can't Cope With the Number of Pets Abandoned Due to COVID-19

    a little reported effect of the crisis has been the abandonment of family pets by owners unwilling or unable to care for them amid lockdown conditions and misguided fears of contamination. [more]

    In Fukushima, Olympic torch relay faces cool welcome from nuclear evacuees

    Exxon (XOM) Down 20.6% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

    A month has gone by since the last earnings report for Exxon Mobil (XOM). Shares have lost about 20.6% in that time frame, underperforming the S&P 500.

    Will the recent negative trend continue leading up to its next earnings release, or is Exxon due for a breakout? [more]

    Monday, 2 March 2020
    Americans are being told by US Surgeon General NOT TO PREPARE

    Trump administration officials: DO NOT get prepared, don’t buy masks, food,cleaning supplies or anything… just wait for a vaccine and do what you’re told

    We have now reached the stage of this coronavirus pandemic where the advice from Trump administration officials is almost indistinguishable from that of communist China.

    Earlier today, the U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams told America to “stop buying masks!” He said that if consumers buy masks, then the hospitals will run out, accidentally admitting that hospitals are facing a severe mask shortage because they didn’t prepare in advance.

    While every nation in China is strongly encouraging people to buy masks and stop the spread of the coronavirus, in the United States, our own (brain damaged?) Surgeon General says exactly the opposite.
    So because the hospitals didn’t prepare, you shouldn’t prepare either

    Don’t buy any food, cleaning supplies or anything else, either… be an obedient American and stop “spreading fear” [more]

    Geoengineering news - 1 March, 2020

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, February 29, 2020, #238 (Dane Wigington) [~ 54.75 min. video]

    [3rd piece next]

  5. Coronavirus: French Oversea Territories on High Alert as First Cases Are Appearing in Saint-Barthelemy and Saint-Martin – Clashes With Police at Ports and Airports Against Arrival of Tourists

    Panic is spreading across the French Overseas Territories where three cases of coronavirus have already been confirmed in Saint-Barthélemy and in Saint-Martin. [more; oh great, on an ISLAND!]

    Cascading Series of Tragic Global Events Enunciating 2020 Have Many Believing the World Is Coming to an End

    There’s talk of the End of the World approaching again.
    And this time Christians attest the biblical proof that planet Earth might be approaching the end of an Age is irrefutable. [more]

    Giant Mass Leaps Off Of Sun! - A New Look At The "Mothership" [~ 7.5 min., MrMBB333]

    First-hand from Wuhan

    Coronavirus: How the deadly epidemic sparked a global emergency | Four Corners. [~ 46 min. video]

    Will they close the NYSE tomorrow?

    The Kuwaiti stock exchange dropped by 10.98% today [Hal Turner; article contains these next 2]

    $425M in World Bank catastrophe bonds set to default if coronavirus declared a pandemic by June

    New York Stock Exchange Bracing for Trading Floor Closure Due to Coronavirus Outbreak – Report


    KIRO-TV CHANNEL 7 found out Saturday evening that a local U.S. Postal Service employee tested positive for the coronavirus. That means any mail this employee touched, sneezed- or coughed-on, can have coronavirus on it.

    How many other US Postal employees have been sick with this virus but don't know it yet? How many pieces of mail have they contaminated? How many mail carriers may have become infected by those other Postal employees? How many citizens have become infected simply by going to their mailbox and retrieving their mail? No one has any way of knowing yet. This is a disease disaster the likes of which this planet has never seen in recorded history.

    In addition, he is citing “an ACTIVE, GOVERNMENT-EMPLOYED, Intel Source in Italy:
    "In the last few hours, inside the red area of Lodi, Scientists have isolated twenty (20) native strains of COVID-19; all different.[more]

  6. [first of the week headlines from Rice Farmer]
    News Links, March 2, 2020
    Rice Farmer

    Global downturn looms as countries struggle to contain coronavirus outbreak

    No Banker Goes To Jail - Former Barclays Executives Acquitted Of Fraud

    Global Demographic Fact Vs. Central Bank Sorcery (Econimica)

    Europeans see China car market shrinking up to 7%

    China's Non-Manufacturing & Manufacturing PMIs Show to What Unfathomable Extent the Economy Has Collapsed

    Samsung and LG Innotek close South Korea plants after confirmed virus cases

    World economy conference with pope postponed due to coronavirus

    Governments Will Use The Coronavirus Card To Downgrade Estimates And Increase Interventionism

    Airlines around the world are now using hospital-grade disinfectants to sterilize planes to stave off the coronavirus

    Hypocrisy Reigns as U.S. Sanctimoniously Seizes Aid to Houthis
    Washington sends Saudi Arabia arms that kill Yemenis, then complain when they fight back.

    In Call With Erdogan, Trump Backs Turkey on Syria

    Syria - A Short Note on Recent Developments

    Clouds of War: Russia sends Warships as Turkey kills 45 Syrian Troops and blackmails Europe with Migration

    A world no longer shaped by Atlantic powers

    Disunity between the US and its allies in Europe suggests a new world order is emerging

    US, Philippine ties headed from bad to worse

    The US Once Wanted Peace in Afghanistan Now it's setting its sights much lower.

    Climate change now displaces more people than war, and India should be worried

    UN asylum case opens door protections for climate refugees

    Wind, solar, and natural gas are driving nuclear power out of business

    Human Consumption of Natural Resources Exceeds an Annual 100 Billion Tonnes

    CERAWeek energy conference in Houston scrapped over coronavirus worries

    Preparing for COVID-19 Pandemic: Food With the Longest Shelf Life
    [so what do you do when THAT runs out as the economy collapses, stores close, trucks stop running, no police force and many crazy people have guns and are waiting for you to come out in public]

    The Greatest Crime in History: How it is Being Perpetrated in Front of Your Eyes.
    The Danger of Methane Hydrates and how Some Idiots are Planning to Extract Them as Fuels
    It just goes to show the desperate measures that are now needed to sustain industrial civilization. -- RF

    Carbon Dioxide Levels in the Atmosphere Hit Highest Level in 3 Million Years

    BPA-free plastics still pose a risk to human health

    [2nd half below]

  7. Coronavirus - It's Time To Press Your Government To React Faster (MoA)

    Nigeria braces as coronavirus arrives in megacity Lagos

    Trump Says Coronavirus is a Hoax

    Office workers spend more than 30 minutes each day struggling with their IT systems, poll claims

    Canceled Olympics Would Jolt Japan's Financial System: BNP Paribas

    In virus-hit China, coat maker adapts to make hazmat suits

    UK government says 12 new positive tests for coronavirus, total now 35

    Coronavirus: Wales confirms its first case of disease

    Here's Why I Don't Really Trust the Official American Coronavirus Numbers
    Coronavirus testing is free, but the hospital trip may set you back thousands. One graphic breaks down potential costs.

    Free coronavirus testing isn't all it appears to be.

    Has the coronavirus outbreak entered a dire phase? 'Boom' of US cases 'should be expected'

    The National Debt Is 'Unsustainable' and the Pentagon's Finances Are a Total Mess, Federal Audit Says Malls Face Ruinous Crisis

    Presidential candidates must also condemn election interference by US intelligence agencies (Tulsi Gabbard)

    The Media's Deafening Silence on Mike Bloomberg's Ties to Epstein and Other Criminals

    "The Public Doesn't Really Decide The Nominee": Leaders Move To Limit Democratic Choice in The Democratic Convention

    Trump says U.S. considering restrictions at Mexican border over coronavirus

    New York scrambles to replace U.S. government's faulty coronavirus test kits

    16 US cities where making minimum wage no longer covers the median cost of rent

    Like a college dorm for adults, co-living is the next big thing

    'A sense of superiority' may be why drivers of pricey cars have a problem with pedestrians

    At Stores Across The Country, The Panic Coronavirus Hoarding Begins

  8. Fumes Reported in Center City Leading to Building Evacuations
    Fumes Reported in Center City Leading to Building Evacuations

    A strange odor was reported in parts of Center City Philadelphia Monday, leaving workers questioning where it came from and office buildings evacuated.

    The Philadelphia Fire Department said it received multiple calls about fumes and the odor of gas in Center City late Monday morning. [more]

  9. Iranian supreme leader's advisory council member dies of coronavirus, Italian Lombardy govt to be screened, first case pops up in Russia

    [le'me teh-yeh sump'm - vultures start dying, you in TRUBBA]
    At least 648 vultures found dead in Guinea-Bissau

    Hundreds of vultures have been found dead in Guinea-Bissau over the past 10 days, according to the Vulture Conservation Foundation (VCF).

    As of 28 February, the known death toll was placed at 648 - and this figure continues to rise in what represents a massive blow to the country's vulture populations.

    Vultures have suffered dramatic declines across sub-Saharan Africa in recent years, with the IUCN uplisting four species to Critically Endangered. Many are now seriously threatened by a genuine threat of extinction - or at least extirpation from vast areas where they were once common. [more]

    Heavy rain triggers deadly flooding and landslides in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

    Dozens of roads were flooded, cars swept away and houses damaged. Two people were injured when a house collapsed in Magé, in Baixada Fluminense. Rio Metroplitan Civil Defense responded to 161 calls in total, many of them for collapsed or damaged buildings. [more]

    Russia's highest volcano, Klyuchevskoy erupts sends ash 20,000 feet into the air

    Three intravenous vitamin C research studies approved for treating COVID-19

    News of vitamin C research for COVID-19 is being actively suppressed

  10. Well Jonny this prediction by Paul Begala goes hand in hand with your prediction as to why Trump tapped Pence to head the coronavirus efforts in the US.....

  11. Aha, yeah, that's the piece of the puzzle I was missing - WHY Trump wants Pence out. Now it all fits.