Monday, December 21, 2020

Event Update For 2020-12-20

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

2020-12-20 - Woman, 24, found burned to death on tricycle next to pond in Ongole (India):

Quote: "In a horrific incident, a 24-year-old physically challenged woman's burnt body was found in Andhra Pradesh's Prakasam district. Even 36 hours after Ummaneni Bhuvaneswari's body was found lying near a pond on the Dasarajupalli Road on Ongole town outskirts on Friday night, police has not been able to reach a conclusion on the case. After the woman's body was found lying on a tricycle she moved about on, police identified her with the help of a few documents found in a handbag lying besides it."

Note: They ask, murder or suicide? She was next to a pond. Maybe her clothing had absorbed some methane and/or hydrogen sulfide and her clothes sparked the fire via static electricity. That wouldn't be murder OR suicide. That'd just be someone bursting into flame and burning to death...

2020-12-20 - Person found dead in burning pickup truck at 4 AM in driveway at home on Gidney Avenue near the Hudson River in Newburgh (New York):

Quote: "An early morning fire Sunday turned out to be tragic when flames were extinguished, and a body was found inside the vehicle. Firefighters from the Goodwill Fire Department in the Town of Newburgh were called to a fully involved car fire in a driveway of a Gidney Avenue address at around 4 a.m."

2020-12-20 - Pharmaceutical factory explodes and burns in coastal Taoyuan City (Taiwan), 2 injured:

2020-12-20 - Storage yard devastated by massive fire and explosions in Fresno (California):

2020-12-20 - Skin disease affecting dolphins as water salinity decreases due to climate change:

Quote: "Scientists at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, CA -- the largest marine mammal hospital in the world -- and international colleagues have identified a novel skin disease in dolphins that is linked to climate change."

Quote: "This study comes on the heels of significant outbreaks in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida and Texas and Australia in recent years. In all of these locations, a sudden and drastic decrease in salinity in the waters was the common factor."

2020-12-20 - Study suggests the Milky Way is likely full of civilizations that have killed themselves off:

Note: Soon there will be another civilization to add to the ranks - ours!

2020-12-20 - Residential building explodes and burns in coastal Lisbon (Portugal), 5 injured, 1 missing:

Note: This is the 120th residential explosion in 2020...

2020-12-20 - Boat bursts into flame on the Elizabeth River in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia), 1 injured:

Note: This is the 1312th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-20 - In separate incidents, passenger bus and pickup truck burst into flame in coastal Karachi (Pakistan), home burns separately too:

Quote: "Separately, a passenger bus was damaged after a fire erupted in it at a bus stand in Nawab Colony, Baldia Town. After getting information, one fire tender reached the site and extinguished the blaze. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. Meanwhile, a Suzuki pickup was gutted in a fire that broke out in it."

2020-12-20 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on highway near Dnipro (Ukraine):

Note: These are the 363rd and 364th buses to burn in 2020...

2020-12-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 290 in Brenham (Texas):

2020-12-20 - Three semi tractors, five semi trailers and RV trailer go up in flames just after 2 AM while parked at business in Sidney (Nebraska):

Quote: "It took crews about an hour to bring the flames under control. Butts says three semi trucks, four semi trailers, a custom built sleeping semi trailer and a fifth wheel trailer were damaged. Losses are estimated at around $1 million."

2020-12-20 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire at zoo in Moscow Township (Michigan):

Quote: "The barn that was destroyed contained equipment, including a tractor and horse tack; mobile fencing and 2,000 pounds of feed, Finerty said."

Note: These are the 1715th, 1716th, 1717th, 1718th and 1719th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-20 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home on West Riverview Street in Tucson (Arizona):

Note: This is the 376th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-12-20 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at park and burn in Newhall (California):

Quote: "The call of a vehicle on fire came in at 4:40 p.m. at the Newhall park and ride, and responders were on scene shortly after, according to Bernard Peters, supervising dispatcher with the LA County Fire Department."

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on the Florida Turnpike in coastal Lantana (Florida):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on I-25 near Walsenburg (Colorado):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on Redwood Highway near Reynolds (California):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on Sulwood Drive in Fadden (Australia):

2020-12-20 - Three cars destroyed by fire at 3 AM while parked in basement garage at home near Toulouse (France):

Quote: "A car fire occurred last night in the basement of a residence, north of Toulouse. No injuries but three destroyed cars."

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on the M1 near Mansfield (Britain):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on Commercial Avenue in Cheadle (Britain):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on Church Lane in Barham (Britain):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on the A229 near Maidstone (Britain):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on Cookham Road in Maidenhead (Britain):

2020-12-20 - Car bursts into flame on the M62 near Goole (Britain):

Quote: "Junc 38 To 37 Westbound, Mw M62. Sun 20 Dec 2020 13:22 (No:023735) One car well alight, 100% destroyed by fire, two hose reel jets, one BA, four dry powder extinguishers, Thermal Image Camera and one drain mat used, incident left with Police and highways agency."

2020-12-20 - Snowmobile bursts into flame in Nesquehoning (Pennsylvania):

2020-12-20 - Barn and farm equipment destroyed by fire near Fowlerville (Michigan), some chickens killed:

2020-12-20 - Commercial building destroyed by fire at Court Avenue and Spring Street in downtown Jeffersonville (Indiana):

2020-12-20 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Mable Avenue in Modesto (California):

2020-12-20 - Home heavily damaged by carport fire on Gettysburg Road in Lower Allen Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The fire is believed to have started in the carport near the home, according to Holl. He said there is significant smoke and fire damage to the home."

2020-12-20 - Home heavily damaged by fire at midnight on Riverdale Road in Wellesley (Massachusetts):

2020-12-20 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:16 AM on Virginia Avenue in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2020-12-20 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 2 AM on Sunnyside Lane in Lafayette (Louisiana):

2020-12-20 - Home heavily damaged by fire near Hog Valley Road in Scottsmoor (Florida):

2020-12-20 - Home heavily damaged by fire on South Florida Avenue in DeLand (Florida), 3 injured:

2020-12-20 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:28 AM on South McCord Road in Springfield Township (Ohio), 2 dogs killed, nobody there:

2020-12-20 - Home destroyed by fire on Williams Road in Lyman (Maine):

2020-12-20 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM on Webb Mountain Road in Franklin County (Virginia):

2020-12-20 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire on Union Street in Vernon (Connecticut), several injured:

2020-12-20 - Apartment building damaged by fire on West Garland Avenue in Fairborn (Ohio):

2020-12-20 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Nelson Street in Richmond (Virginia):

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire burns home on North Broadlawn Circle in Silverton (Ohio), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire burns home on Tullis Avenue in Kansas City (Missouri), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire burns home on Spruce Street in Reading (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire burns home in Bessemer (Alabama), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire destroys home on Roundhouse Road near Crane (Missouri), 2 killed:

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire burns apartment building on West 3rd Street in Davenport (Iowa), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Deadly fire rips through apartment building on South Broad Street in Clinton (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Dolphin washes ashore dead at beach in coastal Bridport (Britain):

2020-12-20 - Man, 34, dies after being pulled from indoor swimming pool at MacDonald Island Park in Fort McMurray (Canada):

2020-12-20 - Boy, 16, dies after being pulled from indoor swimming pool at facility in coastal Akita (Japan):

Quote: "On the morning of the 20th, a 16-year-old high school student was found sunk in an indoor pool in Akita City and was taken to a hospital, but was confirmed dead. After 11:00 am on the 20th, a family found a 16-year-old high school boy living in the city sinking in the pool at the indoor pool facility 'Quadome The Boon' in Jinbetsu, Akita City."

2020-12-20 - Man, 35, dies in jail cell in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2020-12-20 - Girl, 2, found dead at home in Wichita Falls (Texas):

2020-12-20 - Person found dead near US 69 in coastal Port Arthur (Texas):

2020-12-20 - Man found dead in Hawkins County (Tennessee):

2020-12-20 - Man, 70, drops dead at palace in Osun State (Nigeria):

2020-12-20 - Person found dead under bridge in St D'Acre on the island of Jamaica:;Acre

2020-12-20 - Man, 54, found dead in submerged car at port in coastal Laxe (Spain):

2020-12-20 - Woman has 'medical emergency' on boat near coastal Shoreline (Washington):

Quote: "One of the three individuals on the boat called 911 for a medical emergency. After 30 minutes of working with several agencies: USGS, Norcom, Edmonds PD, and SCM16, they transported the female by medics to a local hospital."

2020-12-20 - Woman, 55, has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes into entrance of fire station, in Land O' Lakes (Florida), 1 injured:

Quote: "Troopers said the 55-year-old woman had a medical emergency before she lost control of her truck. According to the Florida Highaway Patrol, she hit a utility box, gas line, and steel guard posts a the entrance to the fire station."

2020-12-20 - Twin-engine corporate jet crash-lands at Republic Airport in East Farmingdale (New York), 2 injured:

2020-12-20 - Tractor trailer crashes into guardrail, bursts into flame, on I-15 near St. George (Utah):

2020-12-20 - Pickup truck veers off road and overturns shortly before 1 AM in Orange City (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into ditch and field, near Kokomo (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree and ditch, bursts into flame, in Darlington County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-12-20 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):

Quote: "Early indications suggested the incident may have been a medical event, he said."

2020-12-20 - Man's pet hippo (!) attacks and kills him in Free State (South Africa):

Quote: "A South African farmer was reportedly mauled to death on Sunday by his pet hippo, which he had previously referred to as 'like a son to me.'"

2020-12-20 - Building collapses in Delhi (India), 4 killed, 2+ injured:

2020-12-20 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Terengganu (Malaysia):

2020-12-20 - Ohio quietly passes a bill that could bankrupt churches linked to fossil fuel protests:


  1. Mornin' Jonny, everyone. There have been some strange animal attacks lately - the hippo above and the Kimono Dragon i posted recently come to mind. Meanwhile humanity is helping the on-going extinction of all life on Earth by killing MILLIONS of birds to "prevent" avian flu.

    That list of deadly home fires among the long list of residential fires continues those of the past week.

    Tuesday, 22 December 2020
    Avian flu jumping to humans! The disease control authorities in central China's Hunan Province have confirmed a human infection case of the H5N6 bird flu virus the 2nd since October: Millions of birds are being killed as bird flu explodes across Europe and Asia

    The disease control authorities in central China's Hunan Province have confirmed a human infection case of the H5N6 bird flu virus. The infected person contracted the virus at a live poultry market in Ningyuan County in the city of Yongzhou and tested positive for H5N6 on Saturday, the provincial centre for disease control and prevention said on Monday. The patient is being treated in the ICU ward of a hospital in Ningyuan County and has stable conditions, but still cannot be removed from the ventilator.

    Millions of birds are being killed as bird flu explodes across Europe and Asia: Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Russia, Japan, Sweden, UK and now Belgium have all been hit with a highly contagious strain of the H5 variant. [more; link to full story]

    We’re On A Highway To Hyperinflation

    Well, here we go again. The U.S. House of Representatives just passed a $900 billion stimulus package, and we are being promised that it will provide a real “boost” to the economy. Of course we were told the exact same thing about all of the other “stimulus packages” that have been passed since the beginning of the pandemic. Most importantly to many Americans, $600 stimulus payments will soon be sent out directly to the American people. If you are married and have three kids, you will get a total of $3,000, because each member of your family is counted equally for this round of stimulus payments.

    But it won’t just be U.S. citizens that will be receiving free money. According to Michelle Hackman of the Wall Street Journal, families of illegal immigrants will now be eligible as well…

    In addition, there is a tremendous amount of pork in the spending package that the House just authorized. The following comes from Zero Hedge…

    And now, on to the pork… which includes billions to foreign countries, US military weapons purchases which go above and beyond their budgets, $40 million for the Kennedy Center, and nearly $200 million so that federal HIV/AIDS workers overseas can buy cars and car insurance, among other things.

    the bill was 5,593 pages long, and our representatives were only given a few hours to read it [more; typical]

    [part 2 coming up]

  2. Tuesday, 22 December 2020
    A New Zealand doctor talks about what IS a covid-19 case

    What Is A Covid-19 Case?

    Dr Sam starts from scratch and explains what is a Covid-19 case and unravels the web. [~ 11 min. video]

    Wildfire smoke carries microbes that can cause infectious diseases

    In an article published December 18 in Science, Leda Kobziar and George Thompson called the attention of the scientific community to the health impacts of wildfire smoke’s microbial content. [more; this on top of the documented damage caused to lungs and heart]

    [here's a new one for ya]
    Mysterious “crop circle” symbol appears at the bottom of the draining Blue Lake in Croatia

    The Blue lake lies in a deep sinkhole that was formed after the collapse of a cave near the town of Imotski. [2 min. video]

    As it dried up in 2020, a strange symbol appeared on the dry lake bed and Modro Jezero started ressembling an alien landing place.

    But as the Blue Lake slowly filled up beginning of fall, the “alien sign” slowly faded away underwater, into the unknown world. [more]

    Second wave of biblical locust plagues hits the Horn of Africa and Yemen (videos) [tweets and pics]

    Are Chernobyl crops safe to eat? Food and wood radioactive!

    Scientists have found that crops grown near the Chernobyl nuclear site in Ukraine are still contaminated with radiation from the explosive 1986 disaster.

    The new study found above safe consumption level of two radioactive isotopes, strontium 90 and cesium 137, in grains of wheat, rye, oats and barley sampled from fields about 31 miles (50 kilometers) south of the nuclear plant, just outside the Chernobyl’s “exclusion zone.”

    Strontium 90, the most present radioactive isotope, was measured above safe consumption level in 48% of samples as well as in wood samples. [more; radiation lasts THOUSANDS of years]

    Strong eruption at Sheveluch volcano, ash up to 8.5 km (28 000 feet) a.s.l., Russia

    A strong eruption took place at Sheveluch volcano, Kamchatka, Russia at 00:35 UTC on December 22, 2020, with volcanic ash rising up to 8.5 km (28 000 feet) above sea level. [more]

    [balanced reporting here - both pro and con]
    Carrie Madej talks about transhumanism and the covid-19 vaccine [~ 43 min. podcast + another ~ 55.5 min. video; then there's an article saying she's a quack - decide for yourself]

  3. [oh, i see - when it affects YOUR state, it's concerning!]
    Oil drilling 150 miles off Florida’s coast prompts dire warning from members of Congress

    Exploratory drilling began this week for an offshore oil well just 150 miles from South Florida, prompting a warning from 18 members of Congress, including the entire South Florida delegation, of the potential for “severe, even catastrophic, impact” if a spill occurs.

    The well, operated by the British-owned Bahamas Petroleum Company under a license from the Bahamian government, will be drilled as deep as 18,000 feet in an area southwest of Andros Island. It is believed to be the only active well in the region, although the status of oil fields nearby in Cuban waters is unclear.

    The drilling prompted an urgent letter from the 18 Congress members to Hubert Minnis, prime minister of the Bahamas, urging him to reconsider the quest for oil. [more]

    Giant iceberg A68a shatters into large fragments

    Tuesday's latest satellite imagery reveals major fissures in the tabular berg known as A68a, with huge blocks of ice starting to separate and move away from each other. [more]

    Trump EPA finalizes lead contamination rule

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday finalized the first update of regulations of lead in drinking water in 30 years, a move it said strengthens federal rules but that environmental critics say is a missed opportunity to carry out the kind of regulatory overhaul needed to ensure safety.

    EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the final rule at a virtual news conference alongside the mayor of Flint, Michigan, Sheldon Neeley, saying it strengthened "every aspect" of the existing regulation and would protect children and communities from lead exposure.

    environmental groups criticized the final rule for failing to speed up the replacement of lead pipes, a requirement they say is crucial to protect communities' drinking water.

    The final rule says that in communities where high lead levels are found, utilities must replace 3% of lead water lines compared with the previous requirement of 7%. [more]

    What if COVID actually arrived in the US far earlier than we currently think?

    Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a study earlier this month that revealed the findings of an investigation of thousands of blood donation samples collected by the Red Cross between Dec. 13, 2019, and Jan. 19, 2020.

    The CDC's conclusion suggests that our current timeline may not be so accurate.

    Dr. Natalie Thornburg, a respiratory viruses immunologist and one of the researchers involved with the study, told AccuWeather that while they can't be 100% certain that all the antibodies are a result of SARS-CoV-2, their extensive testing makes that "very likely." [more]
    [hey, the engineers had to try it out on SOMEBODY, didn't they?]

    [second section below]

  4. Mitch McConnell Blocks Paid Leave For COVID Workers Because He’s A Ghoul

    Congress will not be extending its paid leave mandate in the new relief bill, thanks to ol’ Mitch

    The worst person in Congress (and possibly the world?), Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, just can’t stop, won’t stop doing whatever he can to dehumanize the most vulnerable people in the US. His latest act of pure evil? Preventing workers who get sick with COVID-19 — you know, the virus that’s been [allegedly] killing 3,000 people per day this month — from being able to take paid sick leave. [more]

    [our gummint ain't de only "bad guys']
    Norway's supreme court approves oil exploration in Arctic

    Norway's supreme court has struck down a challenge from environmental groups trying to stop oil exploration in the Arctic, after a historic battle over the country's climate change commitments.

    By a vote of 11 to four, the top court rejected the argument of two organisations – Greenpeace and Young Friends of the Earth Norway – which said that the granting of 10 oil exploration licences in the Barents Sea in 2016 was unconstitutional. [more; money talks . .]

    2 killed when plane crashes along Texas service road

    Two people were killed when a small plane crashed along a highway service road in North Texas shortly after taking off, authorities said.

    witnesses said the plane came down rapidly, hit a telephone pole and then struggled another 500 feet (152.40 meters) — hitting the concrete multiple times — before hitting a pickup truck traveling on the service road.

    Fite said the person in the truck was slightly injured and was taken to the hospital as a precaution. [more]

    Can Joe Biden 'heal' the United States? Political experts disagree

    [sheeee' - dude wown las' six munts]

    3 COVID-19 breakthroughs [fuckface] Bill Gates says 'will make 2021 better than 2020'

    In his end-of-year blog post, Bill Gates says the challenges we've faced in 2020 have bred innovations and collaborations that will support a brighter global future.

    Additional effective vaccines, better coronavirus tests, and an ability to tackle climate change are among the factors that will make 2021 will be better than 2020, Gates wrote. [more; rot in hell, Bill - for ruining life by fomenting medical tyranny]

    [third part awaits]

  5. [i thought WE were the tough guys]
    China expels US ship from disputed waters in fresh escalation in South China Sea

    China on Tuesday claimed its military had “expelled” a US Navy destroyer after it “trespassed” into Chinese territorial waters close to the Spratly Islands, in a fresh escalation of tensions between Washington and Beijing over the South China Sea.

    The statement by Senior Colonel Tian Junli, spokesman for the People’s Liberation Southern Command, came shortly after the US Navy announced the USS John S McCain had asserted its “navigational rights and freedoms” in the disputed seas near the islands, “consistent with international law.” [more]

    [i'll give ya "rights!"]
    Karima Baloch: Pakistani rights activist found dead in Toronto

    The body of Karima Baloch, a Pakistani human rights activist, has been found in Toronto, Canada, where she had been living for five years in exile.

    Ms Baloch, 37, a campaigner from the restive region of Balochistan in western Pakistan, was a vocal critic of the Pakistani military and state.

    Toronto police issued an appeal after she went missing on Sunday and later confirmed that her body had been found.

    Police said there were "not believed to be any suspicious circumstances". [r i g h t . . ..]

    Earlier this year, another former Baloch resident living in exile, journalist Sajid Hussain Baloch, went missing and was later found dead. Mr Baloch, who was related to Ms Baloch, was living in Sweden. Swedish police ruled out any "visible wrongdoing" and the cause of death was ruled to be drowning. [more; bwah-haaaah-haaaaaaa!]

    [after 3, you don't need "experts" to tell ya]
    Experts issue warning after 3 killed in Colorado avalanches

    The deaths of three people in two Colorado avalanches since Friday have experts warning those headed to the mountainous backcountry to be careful and pay attention to forecasts.

    A rescue team on Sunday recovered the bodies of two skiers caught in an avalanche a day earlier near Ophir Pass in southwestern Colorado's San Juan Mountains, the San Juan County Office of Emergency Management said.

    Their deaths were the second and third of the ski season. The first was on Friday when a skier was buried in an avalanche in the Anthracite Range west of the ski resort town of Crested Butte, the center said. [more]

    [part iv coming up]

  6. Permian Basin Adds Oil Drilling Rigs for 9 Straight Weeks

    The count of rigs engaged in exploration and production of oil and natural gas in the United States was 346 for the week through Dec 18 versus the prior-week count of 338. Thus, the tally has increased for four weeks in a row, indicating that oil and gas drillers are gradually returning to domestic shale plays. However, the current national rig count is below the year-ago level of 813. [more]

    [posting this for perspective]
    Pollution deaths in India rose to 1.67 million in 2019 -Lancet

    Toxic air killed more people in India in 2019 than in 2017, The Lancet said in a report shared by the government on Tuesday, with 1.67 million deaths accounting for 18% of all fatalities. [more; and yet people think the phony Covid numbers are high! That makes deaths from ALL causes there roughly 9.3 million people that year]

    Estimating the True Magnitude of the Pandemic and Lockdown Deaths

    Although many policy makers across the world refuse to admit it, lockdowns kill. Professors Martin Kulldorff, Sunetra Gupta and Jay Bhattacharya summarized this in the Newsweek on 30 October 2020, that "Lockdown strategies have led to many avoidable deaths among those at high risk from COVID-19 infections, while creating enormous collateral non-COVID health damage on everyone else". [more]

    Preliminary data indicates that Sweden has had fewer deaths in 2020 among those aged 64 or less, than in the average year. On the other hand, it is almost certain that lockdown nations have experienced a much higher death rate in this age group than in the average year. If this is confirmed, then that would be the smoking gun. For instance, if 100 people younger than 64 die in an average year in India but 120 have died this year, then these 20 are prima facie lockdown deaths. [more; ah . . there's JJFH deaths too]

    [people in CA are reacting FINALLY]
    Signature-gathering effort to recall Gavin Newsom passes the halfway mark

    California Governor Gavin Newsom is facing a possible recall election as the state's residents experience a steep rise in COVID-19 cases, along with a depressed economy.

    Public reaction to recent events has caught California Democrats off guard. They did not expect people to rebel against restrictions that have closed businesses and schools, implemented overnight curfews, limited family events, and religious gatherings. Indeed, Newsom was praised in the Spring when he became the first Governor to issue a statewide stay-at-home order. It was the unrelenting effects of such a harsh measure, however, that inflamed public angst.

    Outrage built when the governor was caught dining with friends at the ritzy French Laundry restaurant while telling the state's residents to eschew social gatherings and stay home. Photos showed Newsom not wearing a mask at the restaurant where a white truffle and caviar dinner costs $1,200 per person. [more; which he probably charged to the state . ..]

  7. Jim Massa Joins Us For A Discussion On Climate Change [~ 61 min.]

    Microplastics revealed in the placentas of unborn babies

    Microplastic particles have been revealed in the placentas of unborn babies for the first time, which the researchers said was “a matter of great concern”.

    The health impact of microplastics in the body is as yet unknown. But the scientists said they could carry chemicals that could cause long-term damage or upset the foetus’s developing immune system. The particles are likely to have been consumed or breathed in by the mothers. [or they ate mussels/seafood laced with them, used make-up]

    The particles were found in the placentas from four healthy women who had normal pregnancies and births. Microplastics were detected on both the foetal and maternal sides of the placenta and in the membrane within which the foetus develops.

    A dozen plastic particles were found. Only about 4% of each placenta was analysed, however, suggesting the total number of microplastics was much higher. All the particles analysed were plastics that had been dyed blue, red, orange or pink and may have originally come from packaging, paints or cosmetics and personal care products.

    The microplastics were mostly 10 microns in size (0.01mm), meaning they are small enough to be carried in the bloodstream. The particles may have entered the babies’ bodies, but the researchers were unable to assess this.

    “It is like having a cyborg baby: no longer composed only of human cells, but a mixture of biological and inorganic entities,” said Antonio Ragusa, director of obstetrics and gynaecology at the San Giovanni Calibita Fatebenefratelli hospital in Rome, and who led the study. “The mothers were shocked.” [more; they don't test for radiation]

    California exodus so large it's projected to lose House seat and electoral vote for first time

    An exodus sparked by high taxes, coronavirus lockdowns, and regulations has driven California's population growth rate to a record low, which is projected to cost the state a seat in Congress and an electoral vote.

    According to a population estimate this week, 135,600 more people fled the Golden State than moved there, which marks only the 12th time since 1900 that the state saw a net migration loss. It is the third-largest drop recorded. [more]

    Apple quietly closes retail stores in California as coronavirus cases surge

    With less than a week until Christmas, Cupertino-based Apple quietly closed all of their retail stores in California as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to surge in the state. [more]

    [part II next]

  8. Suwanosejima volcano (Ryukyu Islands, Japan) - intense strombolian activity continues

    Strombolian explosions bec[a]me stronger than the average size of explosions at the volcano and more frequent at regular intervals of 2 to 4 per hour during the past few weeks.

    Earthquake of magnitude 3.9 hits Bárðarbunga volcano, Iceland

    Ten seconds before the earthquake hit, a tremor of magnitude 2.8 registered. [more]

    Sheveluch volcano (Kamchatka, Russia) powerful eruption - emissions to 28,000 ft

    A spectacular vulcanic explosion occurred from the crater at 12:20 local time today as volcanological observatory KVERT reported.

    Plume of ash rose to an altitude of 16,000 ft (4,876 m) and formed relatively large umbrella region in the upper part of the eruption column as can be seen in the image. [more]

    Mount Etna erupts again as lava blasts from the Southeast Crater

    Mount Etna's volcanic activity is continuing with a second powerful eruption following the first last week.

    This new period of activity occurred in the early morning hours of December 22 and could be seen from the nearby village of Tremestieri Etneo. [more]

    Top German virologist casts doubt on fears of new 'highly contagious' UK Covid-19 strain

    News of a supposedly highly infectious coronavirus strain being discovered in the UK has led to a flurry of travel bans. Now, a top German scientist says the mutation might not be as dangerous as we were led to believe.

    The statement that the new strain of Covid-19 is 70 percent more contagious is nothing, but a claim made by politicians so far, Christian Drosten, the head of the virology department at the Berlin's Charite center — one of Europe's largest university hospitals — told the German radio broadcaster Deutschlandfunk.
    [as usual, POLITICIANS pretending to be doctors]

    The virologist believes there is just not enough data to really say that the new strain is any more dangerous than the other existing ones.

    It was also too early to say whether this virus actually transmits faster. To do so, one needs to "look at who infected whom and how long it took," Drosten explained, adding that "one would be surprised" if such a parameter as the virus infectiousness would significantly change all of a sudden now.

    What is known so far is that a mutation present in the new strain lets it form a stronger binding with human cells. Still, according to Drosten, that does not automatically mean quicker reproduction since the virus stays with one cell for a longer period of time than it could and probably should to successfully replicate. [more]

    [3rd section after this]

  9. Objective:Health - The Nuremberg Code and Mandatory Vaccinations [35 min. video and text]

    With the looming threat of mandatory vaccinations on the horizon, these documents become all the more vital and important for every citizen to be aware of their rights and what one can do in the face of medical tyrrany. On this episode of Objective:Health, we discuss the Nuremberg Code, the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights and how these documents are more pertinent now than ever before. [more]

    Doctor claims US could reach herd immunity if 20 per cent of population get Covid vaccine

    A health policy expert has claimed that the US could reach herd immunity after just 20 per cent of the country’s population has had the coronavirus vaccine. [bullshit]

    It is still unclear how long immunity lasts after contracting coronavirus without being vaccinated, as there have been multiple cases of reinfection of Covid-19 worldwide.

    [and there's ZERO evidence that this hastily thrown together concoction of POISON will do anything to keep one from getting it again - in fact, it looks to be the OPPOSITE - that TAKING the vaccine may make you MORE vulnerable to it or other off-shoots of it, like HIV]

    Research at King's College London found that the level of antibodies that kill coronavirus in the body wanes over a three month period after infection. However, it is believed a second infection would be milder than the first, according to the BBC.

    [since it's basically FICTION, it isn't a big deal NOW; plus belief isn't FACT]

    Dr Makary said that he “respects” those who choose “not to have the vaccine right now under the emergency authorisation”, but clarified that the vaccines are “incredibly safe”. [more; then he collected his check from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation . ..]