Monday, September 7, 2020

Event Update For 2020-09-06

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

2020-09-06 - Wildfires have now burned through a record 2,094,955 acres across California, and it's barely September:

Quote: "California’s atrocious year for wildfires just became the worst in state history as far as the amount of land scorched. And it’s only September. More than 2,094,955 acres have burned across the state this year, CAL FIRE Capt. Richard Cordova said Sunday. That’s the size of more than 10 New York Cities. 'This is crazy. We haven’t even got into the October and November fire season, and we’ve broken the all-time record,' Cordova said."

Quote: "Farther north, the readings in San Luis Obispo, 10 miles from the Pacific Ocean, reached 120 degrees. This may be the highest temperature ever measured so close to the ocean in the Americas. Downtown San Francisco reached 100 degrees, a record for the date."

2020-09-06 - Wildfire rages near Mammoth Pool Reservoir (California), helicopters save people in daring rescue, 12+ injured:

Quote: "Video shows a man surrounded by a raging wildfire in California’s Sierra National Forest — one of 207 people trapped there before helicopters carried them to safety overnight into Sunday. The footage shows RVs and other vehicles burning as the camera pans to what looks like a post-apocalyptic landscape, with flames ripping through densely wooded hills just beyond a popular camping area near the Mammoth Pool Reservoir."

Quote: "A massive rescue operation, involving Black Hawk and Chinook helicopters, airlifted more than 200 people to safety after the fast-moving Creek Fire trapped them in a popular camping area in California's Sierra National Forest. At least two people were severely injured and 10 more suffered moderate injuries."

2020-09-06 - Wildfire grows to 3,010 acres near Yucaipa (California):

2020-09-06 - Wildfire explodes in size to 34,289 acres near Fort Collins (Colorado):

2020-09-06 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, scrap car pile burns, near Plymouth (Utah):

Quote: "A fire erupted Saturday night at Western Metals Recycling, sending flames high into the evening sky. Box Elder County Fire Marshall Corey Barton says the fire started just before six p.m. in a pile of automobile scraps at the recycling plant located at 7400 West and 21200 North."

2020-09-06 - Scrapyard erupts in flame at 4 AM in the Galewood area in Chicago (Illinois):

2020-09-06 - Record-breaking temp of 121 degrees bakes Woodland Hills (California):

Quote: "The 121° high temperature at Woodland Hills official site (Pierce College) was also the highest official temperature ever recorded in L.A. County as well as Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties."

2020-09-06 - Boat bursts into flame in yard off 30th Avenue Southeast in coastal Naples (Florida), 1 injured:

Quote: "A person was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries after trying to put a boat fire out in Naples on Sunday. The boat caught fire in a yard off of 30th Avenue Southeast, according to Greater Naples fire crews."

Note: A couple was just found dead in their home in Naples too, mentioned in the 2020-09-04 update...

2020-09-06 - Boat bursts into flame on the Merrimack River in Haverhill (Massachusetts):

2020-09-06 - Fishing boat bursts into flame at 3:11 AM in coastal St Ives Harbour (Britain):

Note: These are the 801st, 802nd and 803rd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-09-06 - Jet ski bursts into flame on the Hudson River near Esopus Island (New York):

2020-09-06 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the Eastern Expressway in Daresbury (Britain):

Note: This is the 221st bus to burn in 2020...

2020-09-06 - Tractor trailer hauling pallets bursts into flame on I-77 in Princeton (West Virginia):

2020-09-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region (China):

2020-09-06 - Tractor bursts into flame on Throop Road in Templecombe (Britain):

Note: These are the 1297th, 1298th and 1299th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-09-06 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on the Long Island Expressway near Syosset (New York):

2020-09-06 - Armored truck bursts into flame on street in Clifton Hill on the island of Saint Croix (US Virgin Islands):

2020-09-06 - RV bursts into flame on I-59 near Hattiesburg (Mississippi):

2020-09-06 - RV bursts into flame on road near Badger Lake (Canada):

Quote: "A relaxing day at a campsite, turned into anything but relaxing when a recreational vehicle went up in flames, trapping campers at the Badger Lake Recreational site early Sunday afternoon. The R-V began burning on the only road into and out of the campsite, located approximately 20 kilometres south of Barriere."

Note: These are the 293rd and 294th RVs to burn in 2020...

2020-09-06 - Van bursts into flame on the M25 near Chertsey (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Van bursts into flame on the M53 near coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on Airport Circle near Lake City (South Carolina), 2 injured:

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on Far Hills Drive in Galivants Ferry (South Carolina):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on Elm Court in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame at 2:25 AM on River Street in Oaks Estate (Australia), near the Molonglo River:

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame at 4:30 AM while parked on street, car moves itself, in San Juan (Philippine Islands):

Quote: "The fire, which started around 4:30 a.m., allegedly caused the car to move from where it was parked and even caused nearby trees to burn."

Quote: "FO1 Joey Catarining of the San Juan Central BFP station said initial investigation showed that the fire might have been caused by an electrical problem with the car."

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on highway near Bialystok (Poland):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on the A1 near Sawtry (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on the A37 near Dorchester (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on Forest Road in Denmead (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame on Slideslow Drive in Bromsgrove (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Car bursts into flame at 4:44 AM on Stonebridge Avenue in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Stonebridge Avenue, Hull. Sun 6 Sep 2020 04:44 (No:016466) Car fire. One hose reel and one BA in use."

2020-09-06 - Vehicle bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on Soda Springs Road near Los Gatos (California):

Quote: "A vehicle fire south of Los Gatos that spread to vegetation on Sunday has been controlled, officials said. The Soda Fire was reported about 11 a.m. on Soda Springs Road and had burned half an acre."

2020-09-06 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Real Via in Carpinteria (California):

2020-09-06 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Field Place in Yeovil (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Vehicle bursts into flame in layby along the A442 near Shifnal (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Four newer cars and garage destroyed by fire at home in Sanborn (Iowa):

Quote: "The chief says the fire department saw the garage totally engulfed in flame as they approached the scene. He says there were four newer cars parked around the garage, and they were all on fire as well."

2020-09-06 - Cars and shop destroyed by fire near Lake Pend Oreille (Idaho):

Quote: "By the time they got there, the fire had burned a large shop and some cars, and had spread to surrounding trees and brush."

2020-09-06 - Barn and hay destroyed by fire on Stone Quarry Road in Belvidere (Illinois):

2020-09-06 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on North 52nd Street in Manhattan (Kansas):

2020-09-06 - Home damaged by fire in Helena (Montana), nobody there:

2020-09-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 4:12 AM on Split Rail Drive in Lockport (Illinois):

2020-09-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Brookvale Street in coastal Dorchester (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

2020-09-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Quincy Street in Bakersfield (California):

2020-09-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 11:41 PM on West 4th Street in Davenport (Iowa):

2020-09-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6:30 AM on Belmont Circle in Florence (South Carolina), nobody there:

2020-09-06 - Home destroyed by fire on Somersworth Road in North Berwick (Maine), nobody there:

2020-09-06 - Home destroyed by fire on Boley Street in Dayton (Tennessee):

2020-09-06 - Motel heavily damaged by fire at 1:40 AM on Mullen Way in Brewer (Maine):

2020-09-06 - Deadly fire burns home on Simone Drive in DeKalb County (Georgia), 1 killed:

2020-09-06 - Deadly fire burns home near Northwest 26th Street and MacArthur Boulevard in Bethany (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-09-06 - Sei whale strands and dies at beach near Bandon (Oregon):

2020-09-06 - Minke whale washes ashore dead at Scarborough State Beach in Narragansett (Rhode Island):

2020-09-06 - Two brothers, 14 and 15, die in Spanaway Lake (Washington):

2020-09-06 - Man, 57, and boy, 16, die after being pulled from the water at beaches in coastal Galveston (Texas):

Quote: "The man's drowning death is the second on Galveston's beaches in less than 24 hours after only two other drowning deaths in all of 2020. At about 9:30 p.m. Saturday night, the U.S. Coast Guard received a report from the Galveston Police Department about a 16-year-old boy from Rosenburg reported missing while swimming near 4400 Seawall Boulevard."

2020-09-06 - Man, 34, found dead in Lake Allatoona (Georgia):

2020-09-06 - Man, 29, found dead in SUV at store in coastal Wall Township (New Jersey):

2020-09-06 - Person found dead in the Manatee River in coastal Bradenton (Florida):

2020-09-06 - Woman, 47, found dead at home in Wichita Falls (Texas):

2020-09-06 - Man, 65, takes break near creek and drops dead in the Town of Rome (Wisconsin):

Quote: "'Our Dad’s body was recovered this morning around 11:30 a.m. It appears he stopped to take a break down by a creek in a heavily wooded area,' his son, Andrew Larson, posted. 'He was found with his bike sitting close by. By all indications he passed peacefully.'"

2020-09-06 - Woman in her 50s dies at train station in South Pasadena (California):

2020-09-06 - Woman found dead near High Ridge Circle in Menifee (California):

2020-09-06 - Man, 27, found dead in jail cell in Pima County (Arizona):

2020-09-06 - Man in his 40s enters water, goes into medical distress and dies, near coastal Keats Island (Canada):

Quote: "A Richmond man who went into medical distress while swimming off the northern tip of Keats Island in Howe Sound northwest of Vancouver yesterday afternoon has died. The victim had been on a boat charter with friends on Sunday, and is said to have been in the water for just a few minutes when he began experiencing difficulty breathing."

2020-09-06 - Person found dead in the water near Marie Curtis Park in Etobicoke (Canada):

2020-09-06 - Person drops dead at home on Arthur Street in coastal Timaru (New Zealand):

Quote: "Police are investigating the death of a person at a property in central Timaru on Sunday night. A police spokesperson said police were called to a house on Arthur St about 10.55pm on Sunday following the sudden death of a person."

2020-09-06 - Man falls into canal and dies near Argina (Armenia):

2020-09-06 - Man, 69, dies after being pulled unconscious from the water at coastal Nissi Beach on the island of Cyprus (Greece):

2020-09-06 - Man dies while freediving off the Glénan Islands (France):

Quote: "A freediver died on Sunday in Glénans, an archipelago located in Finistère, Agence France-Presse (AFP) learned from the Atlantic maritime prefecture."

2020-09-06 - Man found dead at rugby club in coastal Hartlepool (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Boy, 17, drops dead in park in coastal Bridlington (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Man, 69, has 'medical emergency', ATV crashes into fence, in coastal Mt Vernon (Washington), 200 feet from the ocean, 1 killed:

Quote: "According to a press memo from the Washington State Patrol, 69-year old Kirk Taylor of Seattle was driving a green 2017 Kawasaki ATV on private property when he is believed to have suffered a medical emergency and drove the ATV into a large fence post where he was ejected from the ATV."

2020-09-06 - Small plane crashes at Stanley Airport in Hants County (Canada), 1 injured:

2020-09-06 - Minibus blows tire, somersaults, bursts into flame, in Anambra State (Nigeria), several killed:

2020-09-06 - RV's brakes fail, RV crashes into home, in coastal Surrey (Canada):

2020-09-06 - Pickup truck crashes, bursts into flame, on Cliffdale Road in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2020-09-06 - Car veers off road at 2:25 AM, crashes into fence, bursts into flame, on US 1 in coastal Palm Harbor (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-09-06 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Hernando (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-09-06 - Car crashes into barrier just after 3 AM, overturns, bursts into flame, on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago (Illinois), 2 killed:

2020-09-06 - Car veers off road at 1 AM, crashes into pole, in coastal New Haven (Connecticut), 2 killed:

2020-09-06 - Car veers over centerline, crashes into vehicle and field, on Route 353 in Little Valley (New York), 1 killed:

2020-09-06 - Man, 21, has 'medical episode' during rugby game at arena in Charlestown (Australia), 1.3 miles from the ocean:

Quote: "A 21-year-old playing in a rugby league game at St John Oval, Charlestown has been rushed to hospital following a medical episode."

2020-09-06 - Magnitude 6.6 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the Mid-Atlantic Ridge:

2020-09-06 - Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes in the ocean near Mindanao (Philippine Islands):

2020-09-06 - Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes in the ocean off Vanuatu:[today]

2020-09-06 - Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes Coquimbo (Chile):

2020-09-06 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Earlswood Lakes and Priory Pond in Priory Park in Reigate (Britain):

2020-09-06 - Flooding devastated vast area of cropland in India:

2020-09-06 - Study indicates vitamin D may seriously reduce the effects of COVID-19:

2020-09-06 - China's first reusable spaceplane successfully lands after 2-day flight:


  1. First comment keeps disappearing, Jonny. i copied the whole (LONG) thing so i could re-claim it, but each time i try to post it, it just vanishes without telling me i'm over the number of allowed characters limit. What do i do?

  2. Blogger won't let me post my first comment again - maybe because it has contradictory information regarding the Covid-19 plandemic. This has happened several times in the past weeks. i've copied the comment to a word doc so i can retrieve it when the blatant censorship stops.

    Rice Farmer took off Monday and has no post today.

  3. Here we are on Tuesday, Jonny (and all readers). Lots of crazy incidents posted today, including watery deaths, people dropping dead, medical-event-caused accidents, vehicles and buildings bursting into flames and the all too frequent wildfires erupting.

    [Let's start with the bullshit plandemic]
    Tuesday, 8 September 2020
    BREAKING NEWS: Covid Vaccine Patent Warned of "Deliberate Coronavirus Release" 9 Month's Before COVID-19

    EXCLUSIVE: Covid Vaccine Patent Warned of "Deliberate Coronavirus Release" 9 Month's Before COVID-19 [~ 14.6 min. video]

    Newly unearthed documents from Moderna Pharmaceuticals Covid patent application include a claim of concern about a "deliberate release of SARS coronavirus" 9 months before the official emergence of Covid-19. In addition, it turns out that Moderna may not have the legal right to even release its vaccine in the next few weeks because the company appears to be infringing on an exisiting patent for the core technology. Is this why Moderna's executives are selling their stock?

    We have made it easy for the Big Tech Censors to find the source documents. Here the are:

    See also -
    Full Report: C0VlD is Product of Man-Made Manipulation [~ 14.3 min. video]

    Dr. David E. Martin

    Nurse Warns of 'Biologics' & Forced Flu Shots Happening in US Hospitals [~ 3.5 min. video]
    [beside this, seemorerocks has many articles on Assange today]

    The 1% blunder: How a simple but fatal math mistake by US Covid-19 experts caused the world to panic and order lockdowns

    In February, US Covid guru Anthony Fauci predicted the virus was 'akin to a severe flu' and would therefore kill around 0.1 percent of people. Then fatality rate predictions were somehow mixed up to make it look ten times WORSE.

    When you strip everything else out, the reason for lockdown comes from a single figure: one percent. This was the prediction that Covid, if left unchecked, would kill around one percent of us.

    You may not think that percentage is enormous, but one percent of the population of the world is 70 million people - and that's a lot. It would mean 3.2 million Americans dead, and 670,000 Britons.

    But where did this one percent figure come from? You may find this hard to believe, but this figure emerged by mistake. A pretty major thing to make a mistake about, but that's what happened. [more; similar to infamous NASA miscalculation]

    [2nd part below]

  4. Australian Govt's OWN WEBSITE admits Covid tests are totally unreliable

    Imagine going to a doctor suspecting you may have a serious illness and being told that there are 2 tests available. With the first test, a swab, they do not know, should you record a positive result, whether or not you have the disease. With the second test, a blood test, they know for certain that the test is of no value in detecting the disease.

    Would a patient find that situation satisfactory? Obviously not.

    Yet that is exactly what the Australian government is admitting is the situation with its coronavirus testing. It is on the Therapeutics Goods Administration web site for "health professionals":

    "The extent to which a positive PCR result correlates with the infectious state of an individual is still being determined."


    "There is limited evidence available to assess the accuracy and clinical utility of available COVID-19 tests."

    Bobcat Fire prompts evacuation of Mt. Wilson in southern California

    Santa Ana winds predicted for Tuesday could cause the fire to endanger structures in foothill communities. Evacuation warnings have been issued [more]

    Wildfires Burn Over Two Million Acres in California and is mirroring last summer's record-breaking heat-drought-wind-wildfire combination in Australia with conditions expected to become worse in the coming days: Hundreds of Campers Rescued From Danger Zone

    California is mirroring last summer's record-breaking heat-drought-wind-wildfire combination in Australia which destroyed 25% of temperate forest and killed or injured 3 billion animals. Comparisons are already becoming very clear, both fire seasons started early and both caused by the same problems, drought and record heat. Already in California over two million acres have been scorched with conditions expected to become worse in what is becoming an annual event. [more]

    Woman, 95, dies after being attacked by two pit bulls at her home in Malta

    Great white shark stalks surfer before mauling him to death in Queensland, Australia

    Footage from a Swellnet surf camera shows the 46-year-old sitting in the water at the end of the line-up before the shark grabs him and pulls him under. [more; nyaah-aaaaah!]

    [3rd piece awaits]

  5. "Quite large" M3.3 earthquake felt across several towns in southern England

    "It was very minor on a global scale, but still quite large for the UK." [more]

    Rare 'snake cloud' hovers close to volcano in Indonesia [41 sec. video & text]

    [a rapid change in U.S. weather]
    Significantly colder temperatures are setting the stage for the first heavy snow of the 2020 - 2021 winter season, U.S.

    Significantly colder temperatures are setting the stage for the first heavy snow of the 2020-2021 "winter" season, NWS Weather Prediction Center reported early September 8, 2020.

    "Oh lord, please no": September snow is 'big deal' for farmers - US braces itself for record swing in temperatures

    [of course SOTT claims this is evidence of GSM while we know it's really about the wavy jetstream due to global warming from Dr. Jennifer Francis of Rutgers]

    One of the 2 bottlenose whales found dead after second spotting in Zeeland, Netherlands

    Typhoon "Haishen" hits Japan with record gusts, makes landfall in Ulsan, South Korea

    Typhoon "Haishen" lashed Japan on September 5 and 6, 2020, before making landfall in Ulsan, South Korea at around 00:00 UTC on Monday, September 7 as a Category 2 hurricane equivalent. At least 3 people have been killed, 1 in Japan and 2 in South Korea. However, 4 people are still missing in Japan. [more]

    Typhoon Haishen lashes South Korea after battering Japanese islands

    A powerful typhoon damaged buildings, flooded roads and knocked out power to thousands of homes in South Korea on Monday after battering islands in southern Japan, killing one person and injuring dozens of others, before weakening as it passed North Korea. [more; 2 videos]

    Severe hailstorm leaves behind thick crust of ice in Narok North, Kenya

    The hailstones that are yet to melt away almost 12 hours later destroyed wheat, potatoes and maize crops subjecting the farmers to huge losses. [more]

    Mining for renewable energy could be [?!] another threat to the environment

    Researchers have warned that mining threats to biodiversity caused by renewable energy production could surpass those averted by climate change mitigation.

    A University of Queensland study found protected areas, key biodiversity areas and the world’s remaining wilderness would be under growing pressure from mining the minerals required for a clean energy transition.

    UQ’s Dr. Laura Sonter said renewable energy production was material-intensive—much more so than fossil fuels—and mining these materials would increase as fossil fuels were phased out.

    “Our study shows that mining the materials needed for renewable energy such as lithium, cobalt, copper, nickel and aluminum will create further pressure on the biodiversity located in mineral-rich landscapes,” Dr. Sonter said. [more]

  6. Thanks for bearing with me this morning Jonny, everyone.

    It's frustrating beyond belief (at my age anyway) just getting everything correctly posted, never mind doing it all exactly as i've done in the past, only to have a really long comment, well over the character limit, simply vanish into thin air instead of it hesitating and being subject to said limit warning, where i can then cut the comment up into sections and post. Without warning it just disappears. So now i copy and paste the damn comment to a Word doc, which i can retrieve easily if it is lost. This morning my 1st comment disappeared 3 times before i finally got it to "take" (after leaving the site completely and coming back later). This is what ya have to be willing to put up with just to comment on the internet.

    [on with more news stories, opinion pieces, etc.]

    [1st up, i guess the marine die-off is getting some attention]
    Food Fight

    Why the next big battle may not be fought over treasure or territory—but for fish.

    Humans have always depended on the sea. For as long as there have been fishermen, there have been conflicts over fish. And though it may seem anachronistic, the odds that a squabble over fishing rights could turn into a major armed conflict are rising. The return of great-power competition has actually increased the likelihood of a war over fish. The past 17 years of the fight against terrorism, and Washington’s renewed focus on developing high-end capabilities to prepare for great-power conflict, have led to a lack of preparation for a low-end, seemingly mundane but increasingly likely source of conflict in the world: food. [more]

    [2nd section follows]

  7. 4 major long-term psychological effects of continued remote work

    There are worrying signs, or at least rational reasons to predict negative consequences of prolonged remote work, not least because of the abrupt and nonvoluntary way in which these changes have happened.


    Social isolation is a real problem.


    Uncertainty triggers anxiety.


    Changes of any sort generate anxiety and stress.

    No substitute for face-to-face

    Fourth, it is not possible to simply erase our evolutionary bandwagon and replace millions of years of in-person interaction with technologically mediated or virtual communications. [more; & on each of the above topics]

    [not just restaurants in trouble]
    Charities “Have Lost Billions” And 1 Out Of Every 5 Churches In America “May Not Survive”

    Whenever a major economic downturn happens, churches and charities always get hit really hard. Cutting back on giving is often the very first step that people take when it comes time to reduce expenditures, and that is extremely unfortunate. But of course you can’t get blood out of a rock, and there are tens of millions of Americans that have lost jobs in 2020 and so they don’t have any extra money to give at this point. Approximately 59 million Americans have filed new claims for unemployment over the past 24 weeks, and we are seeing absolutely massive lines at food banks all around the nation. In such an environment, it was inevitable that there would be a collapse in charitable giving, and it is being reported that major U.S. charities have already “lost billions in revenue”… [more; wait, it'll get worse!]

    Biscayne Bay is suffocating, and Miami-Dade County leaders continue to let it die | Opinion

    Like COVID-19 patients in need of supplemental oxygen, Biscayne Bay’s fish are suffering in oxygen-depleted waters. The fish kills are a visible and tragic result of a glaring sequence of flashing red lights. During the past two decades, obvious ecological responses to the bay’s nutrient pollution problems were reported to Miami-Dade’s leadership and, subsequently, ignored. [more]

  8. Sorry they changed things with the character limit, Tom! They changed the actual editor I use to make the blog posts too, and not in the best ways. Supposedly they are making changes to make things better on mobile devices. It's frustrating on this end too, believe me!