Monday, August 31, 2020

Event Update For 2020-08-30

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

2020-08-30 - Landfill fire breaks out on Young Pine Road in Orange County (Florida):

2020-08-30 - Metal recycling center heavily damaged by fire at 12:33 AM in the Pullman area in Chicago (Illinois):

2020-08-30 - Power station explodes and burns in coastal Dartmouth (Britain):

2020-08-30 - At least 24 transformers destroyed by fire in power company storage yard in Karimnagar (India):

2020-08-30 - Wildfire rages out of control in coastal Andalusia (Spain), thousands of people evacuated:

2020-08-30 - Wildfire breaks out near the tomb of Agamemnon in Mycenae (Greece):

Quote: "Two years ago, 102 people died in the coastal resort of Mati near Athens in Greece’s worst fire disaster."

2020-08-30 - Wildfire breaks out and burns 1,500 acres in coastal Pu'unene (Hawaii):

2020-08-30 - Wildfire breaks out near Utah Lake (Utah):

2020-08-30 - Wildfire breaks out and burns 8,500+ acres in Mackenzie District (New Zealand):

2020-08-30 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Lake Whelchel (South Carolina):

2020-08-30 - Climate change is threatening to create a new housing crisis in America:

2020-08-30 - More than 90 percent of Colorado experiencing severe drought or worse:

2020-08-30 - Two more invasive Asian giant hornets found in Washington State:

2020-08-30 - Migrant boat bursts into flame near coastal Crotone (Italy), 3+ killed, several injured, several missing:

2020-08-30 - Boat bursts into flame while docked at marina in coastal Branford (Connecticut):

Note: These are the 778th and 779th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near ConAgra Foods in Frankfort (Indiana):

2020-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 in Haywood County (North Carolina):

2020-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Colfax (California):

2020-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Bakers Chapel Road in Aynor (South Carolina):

2020-08-30 - Three semi tractors and car destroyed by fire at service station in Craiova (Romania):

Quote: "Three tractor heads and a car burned inside the hall, and two other tractor heads and two storage containers near the hall were affected by the flames."

Note: These are the 1263rd, 1264th, 1265th, 1266th, 1267th, 1268th and 1269th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-08-30 - Van bursts into flame at 12:03 AM on Middlewich Road in Leighton (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Hydesville (California):

2020-08-30 - Multiple cars go up in flames at auto shop on St. Paul Road in Grand Island (Nebraska):

2020-08-30 - Car and RV trailer destroyed by fire while parked off Highway 126 east of Redmond (Oregon):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-10 near Grosse Tete (Louisiana):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-70 near Loveland (Colorado):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at mansion, fire spreads, mansion destroyed, in Caledon (Canada):

Quote: "No one was hurt but a large fire at a home on Highway 10 in Caledon caused about $3 million in damage, said Caledon Fire Service. The large fire started in a vehicle that was in an attached garage on the property, said Deputy Chief Mark Wallace."

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame at 5:46 AM on Carlisle Street in Evatt (Australia):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on Kemble Court in Mitchell (Australia):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame at 1:30 AM while parked on street, fire spreads to 2 more cars, on Spring Gardens in Frome (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame at 11:25 PM on Liverpool Road in coastal Widnes (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on the M62 near Milnrow (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on the M6 near Middlewich (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on the A5 in Wellington (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Car bursts into flame at 12:12 AM on Bamford Avenue in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Bamford Avenue, Hull. Sun 30 Aug 2020 00:12 (No:015973) Car fire well alight, one hose reel, one BA used."

2020-08-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Clive Sullivan Way in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Clive Sullivan Way, Hull. Sun 30 Aug 2020 16:55 (No:016003) One vehicle completely destroyed by fire. One hose reel in use. Incident left with Police."

2020-08-30 - Mobility scooter bursts into flame on Patrick Street in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Patrick Street, Grimsby. Sun 30 Aug 2020 21:13 (No:016017) Fire involving mobility scooter. Crews extinguished using one hose reel."

2020-08-30 - Barn destroyed by fire on Mad River Road in coastal Arcata (California):

Quote: "This is the second barn fire within a week."

2020-08-30 - Barn destroyed by fire at Lakewall in Westonzoyland (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Warehouse heavily damaged by fire, fire spreads to two more buildings, in Modesto (California), 850 feet from the Tuolumne River:

2020-08-30 - Church heavily damaged by fire in Edmonton (Canada), nobody there:

2020-08-30 - Industrial building destroyed by fire at 11 PM in coastal Essex (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in St. George (Utah):

2020-08-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Lewis Avenue in Billings (Montana):

2020-08-30 - Home destroyed by fire at 4:15 AM on East 3rd Avenue in Hutchinson (Kansas), nobody there:

2020-08-30 - Home destroyed by fire on Mayfield Drive in the Annaville area in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

2020-08-30 - Three homes go up in flames on East 2nd Street in Clifton (New Jersey):

2020-08-30 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 12:30 AM on Sunchase Lane in Roanoke County (Virginia), 1 injured:

2020-08-30 - Apartment building and restaurant destroyed by fire on North Main Street in Port Chester (New York):

2020-08-30 - Deadly fire burns home on Knoll Drive in Decatur (Georgia), 1 killed:

2020-08-30 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Canyon Boulevard in Boulder (Colorado):

2020-08-30 - At least 11 elephants mysteriously die in Pandamasue Forest (Zimbabwe):

Quote: "The bodies of 11 elephants have been found in a Zimbabwe forest – with no clear sign of what killed them."

Quote: "Only elephants were affected, no vultures or any other animals were affected. Initial tests show that it is not cyanide. We are also ruling out poachers because the tusks were intact."

Quote: "The mysterious deaths of the elephants in Zimbabwe appears similar to the deaths last month of more than 275 elephants in neighboring Botswana. Scientists are still investigating the deaths of the elephants in Botswana’s Okavango Delta area and poaching, poisoning and anthrax have been ruled out."

Note: They haven't ruled out hydrogen sulfide poisoning, just human-caused poisoning like cyanide. There is no clinical test for hydrogen sulfide poisoning. So now we have large mammals in at least two different areas mysteriously keeling over dead. Like the exploding methane craters in Siberia, this is one of those things where once you see it happen once, it's probable that it's going to happen again and again, and here we go...

2020-08-30 - Critically endangered whale shark washes ashore dead on beach in East Java (Indonesia):

Quote: "A critically endangered large whale shark (rhincodon typus) was washed ashore and found dead on the beach of Indonesia's western East Java province, an official said."

2020-08-30 - Two brothers, 18 and 11, found dead in pond in Bhadohi (India):

2020-08-30 - Woman, 81, dies after being found unconscious in swimming pool at home in Phoenix (Arizona):

2020-08-30 - Man, 37, has 'medical issue' while being towed behind boat and dies, on Sebago Lake (Maine):

Quote: "A Brunswick man who was being towed behind a pontoon boat on Sebago Lake in Casco died Sunday afternoon, possibly as the result of some type of medical issue, authorities said. Corey Wilcox, 37, started showing signs of medical distress, but when the pontoon boat slowed to help him, people on board the boat and another vessel tried unsuccessfully to administer lifesaving measures, according to a news release issued Sunday night by the Maine Warden Service. Emergency medical personnel pronounced Wilcox dead at the scene."

2020-08-30 - Man found dead in the Monongahela River near Homestead (Pennsylvania):

2020-08-30 - Woman, 62, found dead in Lake Brownwood (Texas):

2020-08-30 - Man, 45, found dead in Horseshoe Lake west of Edmore (Michigan):

2020-08-30 - Man found dead in creek near the University of Arkansas in Little Rock (Arkansas):

2020-08-30 - Man, 50, found dead near La Cumbre Plaza in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2020-08-30 - Man found dead along golf course in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2020-08-30 - Person found dead in the Contoocook River in Henniker (New Hampshire):

2020-08-30 - Man found dead near grocery store in Vicksburg (Mississippi):

2020-08-30 - Man, 32, falls off boat into Lake Michigan and dies in Chicago (Illinois):

2020-08-30 - Man found dead near mall in Mississauga (Canada):

2020-08-30 - Woman, 43, found dead in the water at beach in Port Franks (Canada):

2020-08-30 - College student, man, 21, found dead in the Arasalaru River near Kumbakonam (India):

2020-08-30 - Man in his 60s goes into cardiac arrest and dies at community center in Moredon (Britain):

Quote: "A man has died after suffering a cardiac arrest at a community centre in Swindon. Emergency services were called to the medical incident in The Street, Moredon, at around 12.30pm this afternoon."

2020-08-30 - Man drops dead in alley in Corsham (Britain):

2020-08-30 - Man goes into cardiac arrest on boat off coastal Brixham (Britain):

Quote: "A man who suffered a heart attack whilst at sea off Brixham was taken to Torbay Hospital after being brought to shore by crew from Torbay's RNLI. Berry Head coastguard were alerted by their Solent colleagues just before noon on Saturday. The casualty, who hasn't been named, was in cardiac arrest on a yacht."

2020-08-30 - Small plane crashes at Coulter Field Airport in Bryan (Texas), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2020-08-30 - Small plane crashes at Beckley Municipal Airport in Springfield (Ohio):

2020-08-30 - Small plane makes emergency landing near Rostraver Airport in Belle Vernon (Pennsylvania):

2020-08-30 - Small plane makes emergency landing along Highway 404 north of Toronto (Canada), engine failure:

2020-08-30 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-40 in Albuquerque (New Mexico), 1 killed:

2020-08-30 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into embankment, at the Steel Bayou Dam in Issaqueena County (Mississippi), 1 killed, 3+ injured:

Quote: "It is believed that the driver may have experienced some type of medical issue, that may have caused the crash."

2020-08-30 - Two cars collide head-on just after 1 AM on Indian Canyon Drive near Palm Springs (California), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2020-08-30 - Car veers off road at 1:45 AM, crashes into tree, in East Hartford (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2020-08-30 - Shark attacks and injures 12-year-old boy at Folly Beach (South Carolina):

2020-08-30 - New bridge over the Wainganga River collapses in Madhya Pradesh (India):

2020-08-30 - Woman, around 40, has 'medical event' while diving near coastal Duck Island (New Hampshire):

Quote: "'We responded and the Coast Guard members brought us out to the area, where we found an approximately 40-year-old woman who had been diving,' said Wunderly. 'She had suffered some type of medical event.'"

2020-08-30 - Person has 'medical incident' on beach in coastal Southbourne (Britain):

Quote: "Coastguards and an ambulance crew were alerted to a medical incident on the beach."

2020-08-30 - Giantess Geyser in Yellowstone erupts for first time in 6 years:

2020-08-30 - Tornado touches down and throws RV into field near Miller (South Dakota), 1 killed:

Quote: "The South Dakota Department of Public Safety says the RV was hauling a trailer with a small sedan on Highway 45 near mile marker 125 when the tornado touched down. The tornado crossed the highway from east to the west and caused the trailer to detach. The trailer and sedan came to rest in the west ditch and the RV came to rest on its roof 150-200 yards west of the roadway in a nearby field."

2020-08-30 - Powerful storms pound Mallorca (Spain):

2020-08-30 - Hurricane Laura killed at least 54 people dead and left widespread destruction across the Caribbean and US Gulf Coast:

2020-08-30 - Permanent layoffs soar, and it will get worse:

2020-08-30 - The end of the Oil Age is upon us:

2020-08-30 - The US House of Representatives likely to vote on a historic marijuana decriminalization bill next month:


  1. Jeez, it's so nice to have an actual KEYBOARD to type on instead of some tiny replica that my fat fingers muff up on too often, Jonny.

    Lotta wildfires all over the place. No fun breathing that smoke either.

    BBN: Hurricanes, Fires, Floods and Locusts And Ice Melt [~ 50.3 min.]

    Big Oil Is in Trouble. Its Plan: Flood Africa With Plastic.

    Confronting a climate crisis that threatens the fossil fuel industry, oil companies are racing to make more plastic. But they face two problems: Many markets are already awash with plastic, and few countries are willing to be dumping grounds for the world’s plastic waste.

    The industry thinks it has found a solution to both problems in Africa. [more]

    NASA warns of 25m diameter asteroid close flyby this week, two BIGGER space rocks to follow soon after

    The asteroid early warning system monitored by NASA has posted advance notice of a number of space rocks inbound in the coming days, with one set to travel within just 120,000km of our planet. [more]

    Lightning strikes kill 2 children in Uganda

    Bruhan Siraji, the father of Mulondo says that his son was struck dead inside their house in Butende village. [more]

    Six-year-old girl savaged to death by dogs in Punjab, Pakistan

    Large waterspout filmed near Genoa Airport in Italy [< 2 min. video]

    Shallow 6.2-magnitude earthquake hits Chagos Archipelago region of the Indian Ocean

    Scientists induce psychedelic-like experiences from a placebo alone

    "We have other evidence that people can have psychedelic-like effects without taking the drug. For example, in the case of 'contact highs' in which people feel the effects of drugs merely by being around people who have consumed the drug. Or, other people have reported having experiences after taking fake drugs, such as after consuming empty blotter paper rather than LSD. We thus thought that with the right context, we may be able to promote strong placebo psychedelic effects."

    We have known for a long time that 'set and setting' — mindset and expectations — can strongly influence the psychedelic experience.

    The researchers also found those who had never used a psychedelic drug were more likely to report feeling some effect from the placebo. Half of those with a previous psychedelic experience reported effects, compared to 70% of those with no previous psychedelic experience. [more]

    [2nd part follows]

  2. Maysak becomes strongest typhoon of the year, heads toward South Korea after lashing Okinawa

    Typhoon "Maysak" became the strongest typhoon of the year on August 31, 2020, with its eye passing very close to Kume Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. The storm is moving towards the Korean Peninsula, with landfall expected near Busan, South Korea on September 2. Another powerful typhoon -- Haishen -- is expected to move toward Japan later this week, and possibly impact Kyushu around September 6 before it approaches the Korean Peninsula. [more]

    14 million acres of crops affected by powerful derecho in Iowa, U.S.

    Up to 5.6 million ha (14 million acres) of crops in Iowa have been battered a powerful derecho that struck parts of the Midwest on August 10, 2020. Northern Illinois University meteorology professor Victor Gensini considers it as one of the worst weather events of 2020 for the country. [more]

    [from Covid-Shmovid]
    Mass use of hand gels to control Covid risks creating superbug 'armageddon' as other bacteria and viruses build up resistance, researchers warn

    Dr Andrew Kemp, of the University of Lincoln, says alcohol hand gel use could allow other bacteria and viruses on our hands to survive and build resistance

    Researcher says that there is currently no proof alcohol gel kills the coronavirus

    WHO advises using hand gel if you cannot immediately access soap and water [more]

    Buy Lots Of Food And Store It Some Place Safe, Because Very Difficult Times Are Approaching

    I’m just going to be very blunt with you. Things have already gotten quite crazy, but they are going to get even crazier. Global food supplies have already gotten tight, but they are going to get even tighter. When even the UN starts using the word “biblical” to describe the famine that the world is facing, that is a sign that the hour is very late. Thankfully, we are not facing famine in the short-term here in the United States, but “temporary shortages” of certain items have already been popping up, and food prices are aggressively shooting higher. [more; why bother, it isn't going to help]

    [3rd piece awaits]

  3. Earth's ice sheets tracking worst-case climate scenarios

    The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets, which hold enough frozen water to lift oceans 65 metres, are tracking the UN's worst-case scenarios for sea level rise, researchers said Monday, highlighting flaws in current climate change models.

    A 'Tidal Wave' of Power Cuts May Be Coming as Electric Companies Resume Shutoffs

    For people who lost jobs or income during the pandemic, life has been a series of terrifying deadlines. There was July 24, the end of a federal eviction moratorium from government-backed housing, which had protected about one-third of renters. There was July 30, when a program providing an extra $600 in weekly unemployment benefits expired, reducing the incomes of tens of millions of Americans.

    Now, the beginning of September looms as yet another deadline as utility companies resume cutting power to customers who have fallen behind on their bills. In some states, moratoriums preventing them from doing so are ending, and in other states, utility company pledges to keep customers connected are winding down. Residents in Ohio, Florida, Maryland, Indiana, and Illinois are all at risk of shutoffs in early September; shutoffs can resume in late September or October in North Carolina,Tennessee and Texas. [more]

    [from Let's Kill Every Living Thing news]
    US wildlife officials aim to remove wolf protections in 2020

    The Trump administration plans to lift endangered species protections for gray wolves across most of the nation by the end of the year, the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Monday. [more]

    Louisiana’s population is already moving to escape climate catastrophe

    Typhoon Maysak Carries Potential for 'Major Disaster' in Japan

    Sustained winds of 138 mph or more could be expected by 9 am, with gusts upwards of 167 mph, according to reports.As of Monday evening, the high winds from Maysak had already caused damage to buildings in Okinawa. [more]

    1st taste of autumn to stretch from the northern Rockies to the Great Lakes this week

    As the calendar flips to September, many across the central United States will get their first taste of fall weather late this week or early next week. While Sept. 1 marks the official start of meteorological fall, the first tease of cooler weather to come will arrive Thursday for residents of in [sic] the north-central U.S. [more]

    Navy E-2C Hawkeye Crew Found Safe After Plane Crashes in Virginia

    Two pilots and two crewmembers safely bailed out of a Navy E-2C Hawkeye aircraft before it crashed north of Norfolk, Virginia, during a Monday training flight.

    The cause of the crash is under investigation. [more]

    Two licensed pilots with families identified as the men killed in Broward plane crash

    On its way from Pompano Beach Air Park to Opa-locka Airport, the plane suffered a problem. Witnesses said it descended, hit the top of a storage building and crashed into the parking lot.

    This is the third small plane to crash in Broward County since May. [more]

    [4th section below]

  4. Trump administration proposes easing oil and gas permitting in national forests

    The Trump administration on Monday issued a proposal that would make it easier to permit oil and gas drilling operations in national forests, angering environmental groups who said the move would harm wildlife and increase greenhouse gas emissions.

    The U.S. Forest Service, an arm of the Department of Agriculture that oversees 192 million acres of national forests and grasslands, released proposed rules that would speed timelines for approving drilling leases and permits and for determining which lands are available to lease. [more]

    [local cooperation story]
    Alaska villagers use vehicles to light runway for medevac

    Residents of a remote Alaska village scrambled just before midnight to help save the life of a child, jumping into their vehicles to light up a pitch-black runway as a medical transport plane circled overhead.

    People were running around in pajamas to help out, said Ida Nelson, who lives near the runway in the Southwest Alaska village of Igiugig. She had just gotten out of a steam bath herself when she heard the sound of the plane, and noticed that the runway lights weren't on. She took her ATV to the runway a few hundred yards from her home as a neighbor made 32 phone calls requesting help.

    “That’s pretty much almost every household in this village. Pretty much every cell phone here,” Nelson said.

    The medevac pilot circled as Nelson and others on the ground coordinated via phone and radio and staggered cars, trucks and all-terrain vehicles down the length of the runway, using their headlights to show the pilot where to land Friday night, Alaska’s Energy Desk reported.

    The child was safely evacuated to Anchorage. [more]

    [from No Choice news]
    Rioting is beginning to turn people off to BLM and protests while Biden has no solution

    rage-fueled anarchy is no substitute for reform-based policy, and as violence in the streets continues, as it has in Portland, it is becoming a problem for election-year Democrats. [more; environment or cities - pick yer poison]

    Fact check: Devils Tower National Monument was formed by magma; tree claim is false

    An often-shared and replicated post claims the Devils Tower rock formation in Wyoming was an ancient, giant tree.

    Devils Tower, in fact, resembles a tree stump. It is a high-rise formation with grooves that appear like a tree bark. It's flat top also looks like a tree that has been cut down. The bottom of the formation also is similar to an above-ground root system. [more; myth began as satire]

    [Part V next]

  5. [what is this agency really promoting?]
    Agency denies critical habitat for endangered bumblebee

    Federal regulators said Monday they would not designate critical habitat for the first bee species in the continental U.S. to be listed as endangered, a move that environmentalists said would worsen its chances for recovery.

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said it had determined the rusty patched bumblebee could survive without having specific areas managed for its protection, even though its population has plummeted 90% in the past couple of decades. [more]

    Trump administration finalizes coal plant pollution rollback

    The Trump administration on Monday finalized its weakening of an Obama-era rule aimed at reducing polluted wastewater from coal-burning power plants that has contaminated streams, lakes and underground aquifers

    The change will allow utilities to use cheaper technologies and take longer to comply with pollution reduction guidelines that are less stringent than what the agency originally adopted in 2015.

    It's the latest in a string of regulatory rollbacks for coal power under Trump — actions that have failed to turn around the industry's decline amid competition from cheap natural gas and renewable energy. [more]

    'This elevates it to angry': Doctors say CDC, FDA missteps cross the line into politics

    Dr. Stephen Hahn, the embattled head of the Food and Drug Administration, offered an assurance Monday: Any vaccine for public use will be approved "on the basis of science and data."

    "We will not make that decision on the basis of politics," he said in an interview with "CBS Evening News." "That's a promise."

    Hahn made the pledge after a series of recent public missteps involving the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — two of the federal agencies critical to the U.S. coronavirus response — which have damaged their reputations at a time when they are needed the most, according to seven prominent doctors and scientists who spoke to NBC News. They say that the recent events are clear signs of political interference from the White House and that they have shaken their trust and confidence in the leadership of the agencies.
    [more; lying sacks of shit ruining everyone's lives - thanks!]

  6. [some headlines for Sept. 1st from Rice Farmer]
    News Links, September 1, 2020
    Rice Farmer

    U.S. dollar's woes are only beginning, some bears say

    US Shakeup in Europe Adds to Focus on Arctic

    Second U.S. shale boom's legacy: Overpriced deals, unwanted assets

    Newly hatched Florida sea turtles are consuming dangerous quantities of floating plastic

    Trump Admin Proposes 'Vicious' Plan for Fossil Fuel Lease Sales in California Amid Historic Wildfires

    Trump eyes aquaculture boom, but environmentalists dig in

    WHO warns that 'no country can just pretend the pandemic is over' [Fuck the WHO! - lying prick bastards causing chaos]

    CDC: Nearly 30% of health workers with COVID-19 didn't know they had it [Fuck the CDC too! Enablers of Gates' bullshit. This just indicates that it ISN'T a big deal!]

    Assange Travesty Continues

    Yet Another Study Shows U.S. 5G Is Far Slower Than Many Other Nations [bet ya didn't know they rolled it out already]

    Is California Over? [pretty much]
    By now it's painfully obvious that we humans tend to ruin our favorite places by overrunning them.

    U.S. presidential hopeful Biden says he would not ban fracking
    [just like Trump]

    J.C. Penney sale talks stall, pushing retailer to brink

    Deflation of the Citizenry's Hard Assets Will Be a Huge Buying Opportunity for Insider Power Elites [of course!]

    Insider Trading Is Rife With No Regulators in Sight [duh!]

    Appeals Court Says Not Allowing Federal Officers To Pepper Spray Journalists Makes Law Enforcement Too Difficult