Monday, March 2, 2020

Event Update For 2020-03-01

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

2020-03-01 - Car goes up in flames and kills person on Washburn Road in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Quote: "One person is dead after a car fire Sunday afternoon. It happened just after 1 p.m. at the end of Washburn Road in the far northwest part of the Las Vegas Valley. Firefighters found a fully involved car fire when they arrived on the scene. A bystander told firefighters there was someone inside the vehicle. That person said they tried to rescue them, but the fire was too intense. Firefighters responded to the original call of a crash that led to the car fire, but later determined there was no crash at all. The vehicle was still in the roadway. The car was completely destroyed by the fire."

2020-03-01 - Car bursts into flame and burns man to death in Gandhinagar (India):

Quote: "Yogesh Prajapati, 50, of Suryaratna Society in Sola, was charred to death after his hatchback car caught fire near Mother Dairy in Gandhinagar on Sunday afternoon. Fire department sources said that prima facie it appears that the car caught fire because of short-circuit. The doors of the car got locked and Prajapati, who owned a petrol pump, could not get out of the burning car."

2020-03-01 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing at airport in coastal San Francisco (California):

Quote: "An Air Canada Express flight landed safely at San Francisco International Airport on Sunday morning, after encountering difficulties Smoke reportedly entered the cockpit of the plane."

2020-03-01 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing at airport near coastal Tel Aviv (Israel):

Quote: "An easyJet flight arriving from Berlin carried out an emergency landing at Ben Gurion Airport Sunday afternoon after pilots reported smoke in the cockpit."

2020-03-01 - Small plane hit by smoke then crashes near Cabool (Missouri):

Quote: "The pilot told state troopers that the cockpit filled with smoke when he took off from the Cabool airport. The crash happened while the pilot tried to return to the airport."

Note: These are the 15th, 16th and 17th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2020-03-01 - Second coronavirus death reported in the United States and first case confirmed in New York:

2020-03-01 - Coronavirus may have been spreading undetected for weeks in Washington State:

Quote: "The coronavirus may have been circulating for weeks undetected in Washington state, a preliminary finding that could mean hundreds of undiagnosed cases, researchers said Sunday after analyzing genetic samples from two people."

Note: I said a few days ago that I thought it was likely that there were over 1,000 infections in the US already because this has been spreading quietly for some time. I'm even more sure of that now. Wherever you are, if it's not already in your community, it will be soon...

2020-03-01 - 'Boom' of US cases 'should be expected' as global death toll tops 3,000:

Quote: "A 'boom' of confirmed cases of the coronavirus that has now killed more than 3,000 people around the world — including two in the U.S. — could already be racing across America despite ramped-up efforts to contain the outbreak, experts say."

2020-03-01 - Coronavirus death toll rises to 54 with 978 infected in Iran:

Quote: "Iran’s health ministry on Sunday raised the nationwide death toll from the new coronavirus to 54 as the number of confirmed infected cases jumped overnight by more than half to 978 people."

2020-03-01 - Coronavirus death toll rises to 34 with 1,694 infected in Italy:

Quote: "Italy's Civil Protection Authority reported the country now has 1,694 confirmed coronavirus cases, up from 1,128 confirmed cases on Saturday. Thirty-four people have died."

2020-03-01 - NASA images show a decrease in China's pollution related to coronavirus shutdown:

Note: That's not as good as it sounds. One of the things staving off the full effect of global warming is 'global dimming' caused by our pollution. That's the unsolvable conundrum. If we stop polluting, 'global dimming' fades, the world warms suddenly and dramatically, and the many climate feedbacks go nuts reinforcing each other, resulting in our extinction in fairly short order. And if we don't stop polluting then we will be wiped out too, even more certainly, but somewhat more slowly. The ultimate outcome is the same. Our addiction to fossil fuels is fatal, but the withdrawal symptoms are also fatal, and quicker...

2020-03-01 - Rail facility destroyed by huge blaze in coastal Prince Rupert (Canada):

2020-03-01 - Cargo ship 'Al Hani' damaged by explosion while anchored in the Kerch Strait, 1 injured:

Quote: "General cargo ship AL HANI in the morning Feb 28 suffered an explosion in engine room while at anchor in Kerch Strait, Black sea, or probably, anchored after accident. Second Engineer was exposed to boiling water and suffered burns, he was taken to hospital in Kerch."

2020-03-01 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Cape Coral (Florida), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 310th and 311th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-03-01 - Passenger train car bursts into flame in Laksam (Bangladesh):

2020-03-01 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on expressway near Kokmaduwa on the island of Sri Lanka:

Note: This is the 82nd bus to burn in 2019...

2020-03-01 - Numerous tractor trailers, trucks and SUVs destroyed by fire at big rig repair business just after 11 PM in Elizabeth (New Jersey):

Quote: "Explosions were heard by firefighters as the flames spread through numerous trucks, tractor-trailers, and SUVs parked at the facility."

Quote: "Investigators say as many as 15 tractors were lost in the blaze along with the large structure located on North Avenue East."

Quote: "The fire was so big Sunday night it could be seen from nearby Newark Liberty International Airport."

2020-03-01 - Four tractor trailers and five garbage trucks destroyed by fire while parked at business in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

Note: "In total, the company lost four semi trucks and five roll-off construction dumpster-haulers."

2020-03-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-86 in Chautauqua County (New York), home burns separately:

Quote: "The tractor trailer that was hauling scrap metal caught fire on the I-86 eastbound around 8 a.m. Sunday."

2020-03-01 - Tractor bursts into flame along McKibbon Road in Maury County (Tennessee):

Note: These are the 319th-339th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-03-01 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home on Avenue A in White City (Oregon):

2020-03-01 - RV bursts into flame at Goldenrod RV Park in Gardendale (Texas), dog killed:

2020-03-01 - RV destroyed by fire in Osoyoos (Canada):

Note: These are the 61st, 62nd and 63rd RVs to burn in 2020...

2020-03-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home, fire spreads to garage, in Walpole (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A fire broke out inside of a Walpole garage on Pemberton Road on Sunday. Fire crews from Walpole and Norwood put out the flames. The fire started in a car that was parked inside of an attached garage. Half of the two-car garage was left charred and damaged."

2020-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on Lyari Expressway in coastal Karachi (Pakistan):

2020-03-01 - McLaren Senna supercar bursts into flame in Braga (Portugal):

Quote: "It was only a couple of weeks ago when we reported a classic Ferrari F40 catching fire and being burnt to the ground and now a brand-new McLaren Senna has suffered the same fate. The striking matte purple hypercar was badly damaged after it caught fire in the Portuguese city of Braga. The blaze is believed to have originated in the engine bay of the track-focused machine."

2020-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on the Northern Distributor Road in Postwick (Britain):

2020-03-01 - Car bursts into flame on the Hollinswood Interchange in Telford (Britain):

2020-03-01 - Car and carport destroyed by fire at home on Pol Court in St. Thomas (Canada):

2020-03-01 - RV trailer and attached structure destroyed by deadly fire at campground near Petersburg (Illinois), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - Trucking business damaged by fire just after 6 AM in Roaring Spring (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Multiple crews responded to a fire call on the 100 block of Smith Transport Road in Blair County this morning, according to dispatch. The fire call came in just after 6 am at the Smith Transport trucking company in Roaring Spring."

2020-03-01 - Barn destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Atlanta (Indiana), several sheep killed:

2020-03-01 - Barn destroyed by fire on Algoma Avenue in Algoma Township (Michigan):

2020-03-01 - Warehouse and restaurant destroyed by massive fire in coastal San Francisco (California):

2020-03-01 - Garage destroyed by fire at 5:45 AM at home on Rice Hill Road in Chester Township (Ohio):

2020-03-01 - Mobile home damaged by fire in coastal Tampa (Florida), 1 injured:

2020-03-01 - Home damaged by fire on Beverly Boulevard SW in Roanoke (Virginia), pet killed:

2020-03-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Cornwallis Drive in Mount Laurel (New Jersey), 1 injured:

2020-03-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after 5:30 AM on West 6th Avenue in Hutchinson (Kansas), nobody there:

2020-03-01 - Home destroyed by fire on Westgate Road in West Portsmouth (Ohio), nobody there:

2020-03-01 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:45 PM on Barrister Court near New Castle (Delaware), 7 injured:

2020-03-01 - Home destroyed by fire, fire spreads to second home, on El Jardin Avenue in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2020-03-01 - Duplex destroyed by fire at 4 AM on Dove Loop in Bethel Heights (Arkansas):

2020-03-01 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at Cypress Lake Apartments in Mandeville (Louisiana):

2020-03-01 - Deadly fire burns home on Guildford Street in Buffalo (New York), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:30 AM on California Avenue in Jackson (Mississippi), 2 killed:

2020-03-01 - Deadly fire destroys home at 2:30 AM on Sycamore Drive in Upper Southampton Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - Deadly fie destroys home at 6:45 AM on Skyline Drive in Columbia (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - Vacant building burns on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood (California):

2020-03-01 - Vacant mobile home destroyed by fire on 122nd Street north of Jackson (Nebraska):

2020-03-01 - Vacant home burns at 3 AM on East Vassar Drive in Visalia (California):

2020-03-01 - Vacant home burns at 2:30 AM near East Walnut Street in Des Moines (Iowa):

2020-03-01 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on West Laclede Avenue in Youngstown (Ohio):

2020-03-01 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Nobis Drive in Davenport (Iowa):

2020-03-01 - Vacant business destroyed by fire in Mad River Township (Ohio):

2020-03-01 - Hundreds of vultures mysteriously die in coastal Guinea-Bissau:

2020-03-01 - Many thousands of fish found dead in coastal North Maluku (Indonesia):

2020-03-01 - Man slumps over dead on passenger train in coastal Daly City (California):

2020-03-01 - Man, 29, found dead in creek in Sugar Grove Cemetery in Wilmington (Ohio):

2020-03-01 - Man, 21, has 'medical event' and dies while hiking in the Dix Mountain Wilderness (New York):

Quote: "A Glens Falls man died Sunday while hiking in the Dix Mountain Wilderness. State Police in Ray Brook report that Andrew S. Nichols, 21, of Glens Falls experienced a medical event and died while he was hiking March 1."

2020-03-01 - Nebraska State Patrol Trooper, man, 47, has 'medical emergency' and dies at home near Kearney (Nebraska):

Quote: "Trooper Dale Fahnholz, a member of the Nebraska State Patrol since 1994, died Sunday following a medical emergency at his home near Kearney. Fahnholz, who worked in the patrol, investigative services and carrier enforcement divisions, was 47."

2020-03-01 - Man, 79, goes fishing, next seen dead in pond off Midway Road in Converse (Louisiana):

2020-03-01 - Man jumps in the water to retrieve fishing pole and dies off coastal Singer Island (Florida):

2020-03-01 - Person found dead in the Mississippi River in Minneapolis (Minnesota):

2020-03-01 - Man, 22, found dead near restaurant on Bear Creek Boulevard in Wilkes-Barre (Pennsylvania):

2020-03-01 -  Girl, 17, dies after being pulled from the water at coastal Reduit Beach on the island of St Lucia:

2020-03-01 - Woman, 62, dies after being pulled from the water at beach in coastal Weligama on the island of Sri Lanka:

2020-03-01 - Man has 'medical incident' and drops dead at store in Broomhill (Britain):

Quote: "The spokesman said police were 'dealing with a medical incident'."

2020-03-01 - Man, 74, found dead at home on Cage Lane in Boxted (Britain), near Black Brook:

2020-03-01 - Man, 45, drops dead at home on Lumley Street in Millfield (Britain), 3500 feet from the coast:

2020-03-01 - Man, 32, has 'medical event' and loses consciousness, car crashes into trees and stream, in Augusta (New York), 1 injured:

Quote: "A 32-year-old Oneida County man suffered a medical event Sunday afternoon that caused him to lose consciousness while driving, authorities said."

Quote: "The Subaru came to rest against an earth embankment in a small stream, the deputy said."

2020-03-01 - Freight train derails in Plainville (Connecticut):

2020-03-01 - Tanker truck overturns, bursts into flame, on Highway 280 in Evans County (Georgia):

2020-03-01 - Tanker truck overturns on Dillon Street in Chesnee (South Carolina):

2020-03-01 - Minivan crashes into Taco Bell in Miamisburg (Ohio):

2020-03-01 - SUV veers off road shortly after 11 PM, overturns, crashes into wall on the banks of the Still River, in Danbury (Connecticut), 2 injured:

Quote: "Two people were taken to the hospital late Saturday after their SUV left the road, rolled over, and struck a concrete wall on the banks of the Still River, officials said."

2020-03-01 - SUV veers off road just after 11 PM, crashes into rocks at beach, on Kamehameha Highway on the island of Oahu (Hawaii), 2 injured:

2020-03-01 - SUV veers off road at 2 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Deltona (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - SUV crashes off road at 12:30 AM in coastal Mobile County (Alabama), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - Pickup truck and van collide head-on at 6:30 AM, fire erupts, on I-70 near Maple Hill (Kansas), 5 killed, 1 injured:

2020-03-01 - Pickup truck veers off road, slams into concrete overpass pillar, on the island of Oahu (Hawaii), 1 killed:

Quote: "His name hasn’t yet been released, but Honolulu police said he was a 57-year-old man who was the lone occupant of the truck involved. According to police, he was heading east on Farrington Highway near Old Ft. Weaver Road around 7:15 a.m. The truck then veered off the road for an unknown reason, slamming into the concrete pillar."

2020-03-01 - Car veers off road, crashes into cemetery, bursts into flame, on I-95 in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida), 1 killed, 2 injured:

Quote: "The car caught fire after it crashed into a nearby cemetery, officials said."

2020-03-01 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, plunges into canal, in Merced (California):

2020-03-01 - Car veers off road just after 2:30 AM, crashes into pole, bursts into flame, in Racine (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

2020-03-01 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree and ditch, bursts into flame, in Gopalganj (Bangladesh), 5 killed:

2020-03-01 - Motorcycle veers off road and crashes during race in Salley (South Carolina), 1 killed:

Quote: "The Hollow Creek Fire Chief says multiple witnesses believe it was a medical episode."

2020-03-01 - Dog attacks and injures 6-year-old girl at home off Butts Mill Road in Troup County (Georgia):

2020-03-01 - Sinkhole opens on street in Homewood (Alabama):

2020-03-01 - Person has 'medical emergency' and collapses at girls basketball game in coastal Marblehead (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The postponement was due to a serious medical emergency in the hallway outside the gym when a fan collapsed."

2020-03-01 - Cascading series of tragic global events have many believing the world is coming to an end:

Note: The world will probably be fine. Humanity is coming to an end though...

2020-03-01 - February 2020 dominated by death, disease and disaster:

2020-03-01 - All of a sudden, people all over the US are prepping like crazy:

2020-03-01 - Three intravenous vitamin C research studies approved for treating COVID-19:


  1. Well stat fans, February was the slowest month in a long time for stats on garbage truck fires and JJFH events in Hull, U.K. There were only 8 garbage truck fires over 5 days and only 7 JJFH events in Hull, U.K. over 6 days last month. We'll see if that trend continues as Spring arrives.

    That banner pic used for Swimming Pool deaths is haunting.

    Tuesday, 3 March 2020
    Covid-19: Day 64: Mar 3d: Ex-Ethics Chief, White House, "punish anyone who leaks information": Stop buying masks, US Surgeon: FEMA preparing for virus emergency: Confirmed cases above 90,000: German football club ejects Japanese fans from stadium: Spike! 75 countries affected

    A big spike in affected countries around the world yesterday bringing the total to 75. Total confirmed cases now at 90.927, 6,806 of these people are in a critical condition. The death toll is 3,123 at a rate of 3.43%.

    Another whistleblower is missing in China! ‘They’re chasing me’: the journalist who wouldn’t stay quiet on Covid-19 Li Zehua is missing, presumed detained. He’s one of many for whom the coronavirus crisis has led to a political awakening and a demand for free speech.

    China confirmed a new record low in confirmed cases since the early days of the outbreak at 125. This officially brings the total up to 80,151- the smallest increase since the outbreak began. [probably a lie]

    Ex-Ethics Chief Leaks White House Strict Rules of Secrecy in Coronavirus Case. Walter Shaub, the former Director of the Office of Government Ethics, disclosed that the administration of President Donald Trump has warned to punish anyone who leaks information on COVD-19 epidemic without White House approval. [more; where are we, China?]

    “Pandemic Proportions”: COVID-19 Is Starting To Spiral Out Of Control All Over The Globe

    This is already the most frightening virus outbreak that we have seen in the past several decades, and it appears that it is just getting started. A week ago, there were about 3,000 confirmed cases outside of China and now there are more than 10,000. 4,812 cases have been confirmed in South Korea, 2,036 cases have been confirmed in Italy, and 1,501 cases have been confirmed in Iran at this point. Of course by the time you actually read this article those numbers are likely to be significantly higher. It is like we are watching a really bad Hollywood disaster movie play out right in front of our eyes, and so far every effort to contain this virus has failed. On Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci stunned many people when he told NBC News that COVID-19 has likely reached “pandemic proportions”…[more]

    Chris Martenson coronavirus update - 2 March, 2020
    Only Tough Choices Remain [~ 35.5 min. video]

    As new cases explode all over the globe, with 5 new countries reporting their first cases, health authorities continue to give out puzzlingly incomplete, contradictory and sometimes even wrong information. [more]


    [2nd piece follows]

  2. Map of where coronavirus cases have been confirmed across the country

    U.S. health officials are closely monitoring for coronavirus cases in the United States.

    This map will be updated as more cases in the U.S. are confirmed. As of March 1, there were at least 85 cases confirmed in the U.S. Several of the cases have been tested by state or local labs and will be confirmed by additional testing by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    Thirty-eight of the cases were diagnosed in the U.S., and 47 cases are in individuals evacuated from either Wuhan, China or the Diamond Princess cruise ship. Two people, both in Washington state, have died: a man in his 50s and a man in his 70s. [more; suppressed data]

    Winter 2019/2020 warmest on record in Moscow, first winter to average above freezing – Temperature milestones set across Europe and North America – German ice wine harvest fails for first time on record

    Wettest February on record in UK – 77 flood warnings issued with hours until water levels hit peak – 15 rivers hit their highest levels on record

    – Seventy-seven flood warnings remain in place across England and Wales as the UK prepares for river levels to peak in the aftermath of Storm Jorge. [more]

    [from Thanks For All Your Help, World!]
    Six months after Hurricane Dorian levelled Bahamas, in places it still looks like it just hit – “What do people do? They have nowhere to come back to. When they do come, there is nothing.”

    Ten minutes away from the restored and gleaming cruise ship terminals on Grand Bahama island, just beyond the multi-millionaires’ beach compounds, is the real Bahamas — and it lies in ruins.

    It’s six months since Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the island nation, snapping trees, gutting homes, shearing exterior walls and roofs clean off. Along with the catastrophic winds, surging waves hammered cars through buildings, and emptied schools of desks and chairs and pretty much everything else.

    Bahamian authorities officially reported 76 dead as a result of Dorian’s wrath. But nearly that many have been missed from some individual communities, with the belief by many aid and other organizations that the true death toll is more likely counted in four figures. Hundreds of Haitian migrants lived next to the sea when the hurricane hit, for instance, and many are unaccounted for but, without status in the country, their deaths have not been included in the official nationally tally. [more; sorry, you don't count . ..]

    [3rd part below]

  3. Coronavirus: NZ headlines - 3 March, 2020
    Coronavirus: Showing symptoms but tests refused at Wellington Hospital

    People with coronavirus-type symptoms are reportedly being turned away from testing at Wellington Hospital because they don't fit strict criteria.

    As the Government awaits the results of two more people "highly suspicious" of having the virus, a senior Wellington Hospital doctor has told Stuff, under the condition of anonymity, that tests for Covid-19 were being refused for patients, even if they were showing symptoms of the virus.

    These are people who had been to countries including the United States, parts of Europe, Vietnam, and Australia.

    "Each of these regions has instances of apparent community coronavirus spread," the doctor said.

    "The tests are declined because these regions do not fit the current Ministry of Health case definition for suspected covid-19 disease.

    "The rationing of coronavirus testing will undoubtedly lead to some missed or delayed diagnoses, and contribute to community spread."
    The doctor believed it was probably too late to avoid a New Zealand epidemic but argued the opportunity to limit or delay the spread of the disease was being missed. [more]

    Methane & Sulfur Dioxide

    Report for CAMS Data for Sun., 3/1/20 & Other Updates (Mar. 1, 2020) [~ 42.6 min.]

    Powerful eruption at Merapi volcano, ash to 10.7 km (35 000 feet) a.s.l., Indonesia

    A high-level eruption took place at the Indonesian Merapi volcano, Central Java at 22:22 UTC on March 2, 2020. According to the Darwin VAAC, volcanic ash reached 10.7 km (35 000 feet) above sea level.

    Storm Jorge lashes flood-hit parts of Ireland and UK after wettest February on record

    Flood-stricken areas in the UK and Ireland faced further disruptions after Storm Jorge brought heavy downpour and strong winds on February 29, 2020. Amid the extremes, the Met Office also announced that the UK just saw its wettest February on record and fifth wettest of any month on record. For the UK, this winter is thus far the fifth wettest and fifth mildest winter season ever. [more]

    Rio de Janeiro under red alert after heavy rain triggers deadly floods and landslides, Brazil

    Heavy rains affecting Brazil since Saturday, February 29, 2020, triggered mudslides and floods across the state of Rio de Janeiro, resulting in widespread damage and at least four fatalities. Some areas received more than 180 mm (7 inches) of rain into early Monday, March 2. [more]

    [4th part next]

  4. Coronavirus CRIMINALS:

    The CDC deliberately released infected patient in San Antonio while positioning itself to financially benefit from an exploding epidemic

    The CDC just deliberately released an infected coronavirus patient in San Antonio, Texas. The number of “accidental” releases of infected patients, the nearly four-week withholding of diagnostic test kits and the downplaying of the severity of the outbreak can no longer be explained away as coincidence. This appears to be a deliberate, planned strategy to spread the coronavirus across America, cause nationwide chaos and get more funding and medical martial law powers for the CDC itself.

    Former FDA director Gottlieb warns “thousands” are already infected in America [more; yeah, walking around infecting who knows how many others!]

    Interview with Dr.Francis Boyle

    Bioweapons Whistleblower Blacklisted For Exposing Death Science Programs [~ 29 min. video]

    Did CDC Stop Disclosing How Many Americans Are Being Tested For Covid-19? - Live Updates [Zero Hedge; full page article - many videos & links]


    US death toll climbs to 6; all in WA, which has 18 cases
    2 new cases confirmed in Tampa Bay
    1st case reported in New Hampshire
    Hubei reports 114 new cases, 31 new deaths
    South Korea case total hits 4,812 as nearly 500 new cases reported; death toll hits 34
    Santa Clara County confirms 2 more cases, bringing county total to 9
    Gottlieb warns US cases likely in 'low thousands'
    Illinois announces 4th case
    Boris Johnson: "A very significant expansion" of the virus is "clearly in the cards"
    Italian death toll climbs 18 to 52 while total cases surpasses 2,000
    BMW tells 150 to quarantine after Munich employee infected
    Algeria total hits 5
    Senegal becomes 2nd sub-Saharan country to confirm virus
    WHO's Tedros: Virus is "common enemy" of humanity so don't focus on blame
    Jordan reports first two cases
    French death toll revised to 3, total cases climb to 191
    Tunisia reports first case
    UK total climbs to 40
    OECD warns global growth could fall by half
    Indonesia reports first cases
    "Progress is being made" toward a vaccine
    Cuomo says NY expects more cases
    India confirms 2 more cases
    'Official' Iran death toll hits 66
    EU confirms 38 deaths across 18 members
    First cases confirmed in Fla.
    2 Amazon employees test positive in Milan
    Virus now in 8 US states: Washington, California, Illinois, Rhode Island, New York, Florida, Oregon and New Hampshire
    San Antonio virus patient re-hospitalized after testing positive
    China warns it could face 'locust invasion'

    * * *
    Update (2015ET): Health officials in South Korea have reported the first batch of numbers for Tuesday: 477 new cases, bringing the total to 4,812. [more]

    Hal Turner coronavirus update - 2 February, 2020 [~ 1 hr]

    [contains long list of meds shortage]

    TruNews Coverage of AIPAC…Coronavirus Deaths in USA [~ 107 min. podcast]

    [another long article with many links and videos, like this]



    [the obvious conclusion is that these "vaccines" actually CAUSE more of the disease to take place - or erases ones immune response]

    [contains a story on 5G in China too, if interested]

  5. [and we thought we were safe staying home ordering shit from Amazon]
    Amazon Confirms Two Cases Of Coronavirus Among Employees Inc. confirmed on Sunday that two of its employees have symptoms of the coronavirus (COVID-19). [more]

    Coronavirus live updates: US cases surpass 100 with 6 deaths; China sees 'coming victory'

    The U.S. surgeon general urged calm Tuesday as the number of coronavirus cases across the nation surged to more than 100. Six deaths have been attributed to the outbreak. [more]

    Nashville tornado live updates: 9 dead as twister rips through city and suburbs

    At least nine people have been killed after a devastating tornado ripped through Nashville early Tuesday, and Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee warned there may be more fatalities. [more]

  6. [update]
    Powerful tornado leaves 19 dead across Tennessee

    Bright meteor fireball widely reported over the Netherlands and Belgium

    Meteor fireball seen over Ohio

    [more reports of birds dying]
    Mass death of about 50 white-throated laughingthrushes in Uttarakhand, India

    Around 50 white-throated laughingthrush birds died mysteriously in the forests of Berinag sub-division of Pithoragarh district in Uttarakhand. [more]

    More than 1,000 dead birds found in Sikeston, Missouri

    More than 1,000 dead birds found on the west side of Sikeston are believed to be from the weather. [GET da-fuck outta-he' wit' dat]

    The carcasses of red-winged blackbirds, brown-headed cowbirds, grackles and European starlings were found in the fields along Wakefield Road.

    He said most of the birds were near roosting habitat and the species identified commonly travel and roost together in large flocks. Based on the condition of the dead birds, the injured birds, location and weather conditions, he and the MDC biologist believe it's reasonable to conclude that the flock was spooked during the weather event and got caught up in high winds or lightning. [yeah-suresure, HAY - 'owbout dis, smart-guy, dey all came down wit' dat VIRUS, anh? HENH? no-die mean? seedumsayin'? CAH-MAHN - It's fuckin' OBVIOUS!]

    Specimens were collected and will be examined by MDC's Wildlife Health Unit in Columbia, Mo. in the next few days so that a more thorough analysis can be made.

    Any citizens that have bird carcasses on their property are encouraged to collect them with gloves, bag them and put them in their trash for local pick-up. [more; hope Jonny hears an update on this]

    2 dead and 17,000 affected by floods and landslides in Honduras

    Two people died attempting to cross a swollen river in the municipality of La Masica in Atlántida department. One person is still missing after being swept away by rough seas. Another person was rescued from flood waters in La Ceiba. [more; Sp. news video]

    [2nd piece next]

  7. [further update]
    Death toll jumps to 22 as tornado rips through Nashville, central Tennessee

    At least 22 people were killed, several others were injured and 50,000 households and businesses were left without power when a tornado struck parts of Nashville and central Tennessee early Tuesday, officials said.

    The deaths occurred in at least four counties, including Davidson, where Nashville is, and Putnam, Benton and Wilson, according to officials.

    "We have had loss of life all across this state," Gov. Bill Lee, who declared a state of emergency, said. Besides those confirmed dead, some people are unaccounted for, he said. "There are folks missing."

    The carnage in Tennessee marked the most deadly tornado event in the United States since 23 people were killed in Lee County, Alabama, exactly one year ago, on March 3, 2019. [more; HAARP?]
    It’s Time for Conservatives to Own the Climate-Change Issue

    There is an interesting political tactic often employed by the Left, and it follows a predictable pattern. First, identify a problem most of us can agree on. Second, elevate the problem to a crisis. Third, propose an extreme solution to said crisis that inevitably results in a massive transfer of power to government authorities. Fourth, watch as conservatives take the bait and vociferously reject the extreme solutions proposed. Fifth and finally, accuse those same conservatives of being too heartless or too stupid to solve the original problem on which we all thought we agreed.

    We can fight back against the alarmism with tangible solutions based on reason, science, and the free market. [more; clueless author]

    Air pollution 'pandemic' shortens lives by 3 years: study

    A 'pandemic' of air pollution shortens lives worldwide by nearly three years on average, and causes 8.8 million premature deaths annually, scientists said Tuesday.

    Eliminating the toxic cocktail of molecules and lung-clogging particles cast off by burning oil, gas and coal would restore a full year of life expectancy, they reported in the journal Cardiovascular Research.

    "Air pollution is a larger public health risk than tobacco smoking," lead author Jos Lelieveld of the Max Planck Institute in Mainz, Germany told AFP. [more; Big Oil: NOT INTERESTED!]

    Australia's New South Wales Free of Brushfires for First Time Since July

    All blazes are now extinguished in a region of Australia harshly affected by the devastating wildfire crisis. [more]

    Meet Gladys Mae West, the hidden hero behind a system billions of people rely on today

    Global Positioning System (GPS) was developed and originally used for military purposes, but these days the technology is used in ways that few could have predicted decades ago, including one of the developers herself, innovator and pioneer, Dr. Gladys Mae West.

    After 42 years at Dahlgren, West retired in 1998. [more; 5 months later she had a stroke - go figure]

    Coronavirus death toll triples in Washington as CDC faces lawsuit [~ 3.5 min. news spot]

    [you cain't sue us - we're the gummint!]

  8. Head of Iran's emergency medical services is latest official to catch the coronavirus

    Numerous high-level Iranian officials have fallen ill to the virus. Recently, 23 lawmakers have tested positive for the illness in the Islamic Republic. On Monday, Mohammad Mirmohammadi, a member of a council that advises the supreme leader, died after falling sick from the virus. His death follows those of two other high-profile Iranians - a former ambassador and a newly-elected member of Parliament - who succumbed to coronavirus. [more]

    Vast majority of UK doctors warn NHS woefully unprepared for outbreak of coronavirus

    "The truth is the NHS has already been brought to its knees and many doctors fear that our health system simply won't cope in the event of influx of coronavirus patients. [more; how it is here]

    Body of woman who ran dog shelter in Egypt found partially eaten

    Animal lover Janet Johnstone, 61, was found on Friday in her animal sanctuary in Wadi al-Qamar with bite wounds to her head, face, neck and legs, the Times of London said.

    Police believe the dogs had been hungry and turned on her, the UK Times said, citing local media. A post-mortem examination gave the cause of death as shock due to blood loss, the paper said.

    At least three of the hundreds of dogs she cared for had blood — which is now being tested — on their mouths, the paper said.

    She had also recently taken in a pit bull terrier to save it from being euthanized after it attacked someone, a friend told the paper, fearing it could be the dog who attacked her.

    However, friends who run a Facebook page for her shelter insisted the animals would never kill their "guardian angel," believing instead that she fell unconscious while attempting to feed the animals. [more]

    Locust populations continue to explode in size: Some areas expecting a 400x increase in the coming months representing an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods

    New swarms forming in Somalia and starting in Kenya.

    The situation remains extremely alarming in the Horn of Africa, specifically Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia where widespread breeding is in progress and new swarms are starting to form, representing an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods at the beginning of the upcoming cropping season. [more; moose in Canada are being decimated by ticks]

    Untold billions of animals and marine life have died due to man, disease and pollution in February 2020: Avian Flu, African Swine Fever, algae bloom and greed all a contribution to the carnage [continuing from last year Animal Die-Offs 2020]

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  9. Greta Gives Thumbs Down to Europe’s Landmark New Climate Law

    The European Union is due to unveil on Wednesday a draft law to make irrevocable a goal to eliminate carbon emissions by 2050, without setting intermediate targets at this stage. The legal proposal is the cornerstone of the bloc’s Green Deal, a far-reaching strategy that foresees a radical overhaul of the European economy over the next three decades.

    “Net zero emissions by 2050 for the EU equals surrender,” Thunberg and 33 other young climate activists wrote in an open letter to the region’s leaders. “It means giving up. We don’t just need goals for just 2030 or 2050. We, above all, need them for 2020 and every following month and year to come.” [more]

    Stock market news live: Stocks sell off even after Federal Reserve delivers emergency rate cut [short video]

    Wall Street ends more than 2% lower after Fed surprise rate cut

    Wall Street tumbled in a volatile session on Tuesday after the Federal Reserve surprised investors with a half percentage-point cut in interest rates, amplifying fears about the magnitude of the coronavirus impact on the economy.

    Based on the latest available data, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 785.91 points, or 2.94%, to 25,917.41, the S&P 500 lost 86.86 points, or 2.81%, to 3,003.37 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 268.08 points, or 2.99%, to 8,684.09. [more]

    [and, finally - from You Ain't Seen Nuttin' Yet]
    Tensions rise as U.S. death toll from coronavirus reaches 9

    Tensions over how to contain the fast-spreading coronavirus escalated Tuesday in the United States as the death toll climbed to nine and lawmakers expressed doubts about the government's ability to ramp up testing fast enough to deal with the crisis. [more]