Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Event Update For 2021-03-16

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

2021-03-16 - Person found dead in burned car on Waikane Valley Road in coastal Waikane (Hawaii), 1400 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "Authorities are working to identify a body that was found overnight in Windward Oahu. Police sources told Hawaii News Now the body was found in a burnt car of Waikane Valley Road. A witness found the body around 8 p.m. Monday night. Honolulu police have launched an unattended death investigation."

2021-03-16 - RV trailer goes up in flames and kills person on Blacksmith Street in Flippin (Arkansas):

2021-03-16 - Metal recycling center erupts up flame in Mount Vernon (New York):

2021-03-16 - Delivery trucks, cars and warehouse destroyed by massive fire at ethanol plant in Cornelius (Oregon):

Quote: "At least one warehouse was destroyed, along with an office, delivery trucks and personal vehicles, authorities said."

2021-03-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 2:15 AM while parked at home, fire spreads, home destroyed, on Berlin Street in Rochester (New York):

Quote: "Crews went to the scene on Berlin Street near Hudson Avenue around 2:15 a.m., the original call was for the pickup truck on fire, but, when crews got there, they found the home was up in flames. "

2021-03-16 - Brush fire breaks out near Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2021-03-16 - Brush fire breaks out in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2021-03-16 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in coastal Sabine Pass (Texas):

Note: This is the 29th residential explosion in 2021...

2021-03-16 - Transformer bursts into flame at school in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

2021-03-16 - Electrical substation damaged by fire at performing arts center in coastal London (Britain):

2021-03-16 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Brixham Harbour (Britain):

Note: Also see the man in his 40s who died while diving off Brixham on this day. This is the 160th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-03-16 - Church bus bursts into flame while parked at church on Sherman Avenue in Hagerstown (Maryland):

2021-03-16 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on New Road in Willenhall (Britain):

Note: These are the 129th and 130th buses to burn in 2021...

2021-03-16 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on I-10 on the Atchafalaya Basin Bridge near coastal Whiskey Bay (Louisiana):

2021-03-16 - Semi tractor bursts into flame in parking lot on Piney Green Road in coastal Jacksonville (North Carolina):

2021-03-16 - Tractor bursts into flame on Marshall Road in North Mahoning Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-03-16 - Tractor (harvester) and fire truck destroyed by fire near Ashburton (New Zealand):

Quote: "A fire truck has been destroyed while crews battled a blaze near Ashburton. Fire and Emergency NZ area manager Steven Greenyer confirmed they are investigating how the appliance was destroyed on Monday. Crews were called about 4.30pm after a harvester caught fire on Stanley Rd."

2021-03-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after 2 AM in Belbroughton (Britain):

Note: These are the 810th, 811th, 812th, 813th and 814th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-03-16 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on Route 222 near McLean (New York):

2021-03-16 - RV bursts into flame while parked at the Salmon Dam Reservoir near Jackpot (Wyoming):

Quote: "The Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office says the RV was parked at the Salmon Dam Reservoir when it became fully engulfed in flames while a family of four had left to drive south to Jackpot to eat and get some groceries."

Note: This is the 82nd RV to burn in 2021...

2021-03-16 - Minivan bursts into flame on I-295 in Johnston (Rhode Island), near the coast:

2021-03-16 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at auto business, fire spreads to business, in Bremerton (Washington):

2021-03-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Muskoka Road 118 West in Muskoka Lakes (Canada):

2021-03-16 - Car bursts into flame on I-595 in coastal Davie (Florida):

2021-03-16 - Car bursts into flame at 11:30 PM while parked at duplex, fire spreads to duplex, on 134 Street in coastal Surrey (Canada):

2021-03-16 - Car bursts into flame on Northgate Street in Devizes (Britain):

2021-03-16 - Car bursts into flame on Billingborough Road in Horbling (Britain):

2021-03-16 - Vehicle bursts into flame on highway in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2021-03-16 - Pickup truck and home go up in flames on Summer Street in coastal Kuliouou (Hawaii), 350 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "Moniz was sleeping on the couch in his living room when he heard loud popping sounds coming from the carport."

Quote: "Flames also scorched a large mango tree next the home and Moniz’ Toyota Tundra pickup truck parked in front of the residence."

2021-03-16 - Commercial building heavily damaged by fire shortly before 7 AM on West North Temple in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2021-03-16 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Taylor Road in Winslow (Maine):

2021-03-16 - Home heavily damaged by fire shortly after 2:30 AM on Bedell Road in Jefferson Hills (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2021-03-16 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:34 AM on Ferry Street in Eugene (Oregon):

2021-03-16 - Home destroyed by fire on East Canyon Road in Spanish Fork (Utah):

2021-03-16 - Home destroyed by fire at 1 AM on Oak Park Drive in Windermere (Florida):

Quote: "A Windermere home owned by former U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson was destroyed Tuesday morning in a fire. The fire broke out around 1 a.m. on Oak Park Drive."

2021-03-16 - Home destroyed by fire shortly before 3 AM on Neptune Road in Milton (Delaware):

2021-03-16 - Home destroyed by fire in Edmonton (Canada):

2021-03-16 - Apartment building damaged by fire shortly after 2 AM on Wood Street in Wilkinsburg (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2021-03-16 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire just before 11 PM on Country Club Parkway in Mount Laurel (New Jersey):

2021-03-16 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home near Sumter (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2021-03-16 - Deadly garage fire burns home in the wee hours in Tulsa (Oklahoma), 2 killed:

2021-03-16 - Deadly fire burns home shortly before 3 AM on SW Levsky Avenue in Arcadia (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-03-16 - Deadly fire burns apartment building at 1:20 AM on East 78th Street in coastal Manhattan (New York), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2021-03-16 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in New Iberia (Louisiana), 1 killed:

2021-03-16 - Vacant home burns on Hatmaker Street in Lower Price Hill (Ohio):

2021-03-16 - Armless guitarist (!) and his ex-wife, both 51, found dead at home in El Cajon (California):

2021-03-16 - Five people die in septic tank in Fatehabad (India):

2021-03-16 - Boy, 17, found dead in pond near university in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2021-03-16 - Man drops dead in bathroom at business in Mishawaka (Indiana):

2021-03-16 - Tree-trimmer found dead in tree in Lubbock (Texas):

2021-03-16 - Man, 36, found dead in Lake Conroe (Texas):

2021-03-16 - Man, 55, found dead in field near his vehicle in Allen County (Kentucky):

2021-03-16 - Man, 46, drops dead in parking lot in Cookeville (Tennessee):

2021-03-16 - Man, 58, has heart attack and drops dead near Coudersport Pike Road in Lock Haven (Pennsylvania):

2021-03-16 - Man, 30, found dead in the Great Miami River in Dayton (Ohio):

2021-03-16 - Man, 59, drops dead near business in Lindale (Georgia):

2021-03-16 - Boy, 15, found dead on island in Madge Lake near Kamsack (Canada):

2021-03-16 - Man in his 40s dies while diving off coastal Brixham (Britain):

Quote: "A man has died after being pulled from the water off the coast of Brixham. Emergency services were seen at Breakwater beach following reports of a missing diver. Devon and Cornwall Police this morning confirmed that a man in his 40s was recovered from the water and pronounced dead on Tuesday (16 March)."

2021-03-16 - Man, 84, found dead in the River Severn in Worcester (Britain):

2021-03-16 - Woman, 63, found dead at beach near coastal Solva (Britain):

2021-03-16 - Man, 25, has seizures on fishing boat off coastal Charleston (South Carolina):

Quote: "At 11:25 AM, Coast Guard Sector Charleston watchstanders received a call from fishing vessel Golden Retriever crew members stating a 25-year-old crew member was reportedly suffering from seizures."

2021-03-16 - Man, 65, has 'medical event' at 6 AM, SUV hits SUV head-on, fire erupts, in Anderson County (South Carolina), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Shore said the KIA driver, 65-year-old Steve Carter Lawing, passed away at the scene from multiple traumatic injuries. Shore said he believes a medical event caused Lawing to veer into the wrong lane and contributed to the crash."

2021-03-16 - Man, 74, has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes into tree, in Newton County (Missouri), 1 injured:

Quote: "Missouri State Highway Patrol SGT C.S. Mason tells us on the scene the driver was transported to an area hospital and possible early indications are the driver suffered a medical emergency causing the crash."

2021-03-16 - Tour bus veers off road, crashes into hillside, near coastal Taipei (Taiwan), 6 killed, 39 injured:

2021-03-16 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns, on US 95 just east of Indian Springs (Nevada), 1 killed:

2021-03-16 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-781 in the Town of Pamelia (New York):

2021-03-16 - Car veers over centerline, hits van head-on, in DeLand (Florida), 2 killed, 1 injured:,9620

2021-03-16 - Five cars crash in Polk County (Florida), 1 killed, 2 injured:

Quote: "According to the preliminary investigation, Mr. Pfantz was driving east on Smith Lane and possibly suffered a medical episode."

2021-03-16 - Car veers off road before 1 AM, crashes into pole, fire erupts, in Burtonsville (Maryland), 2 injured:

2021-03-16 - Car veers off road at 4:20 AM, crashes down embankment onto railroad tracks, near Carpinteria (California), 1 injured:

2021-03-16 - Two dogs attack and kill child and injure woman at home on East Laurel Street in Carteret (New Jersey):

2021-03-16 - Monkeys chase woman off roof, woman dies, in Warangal (India):

2021-03-16 - Magnitude 6.9 earthquake strikes on the coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia):

2021-13-15 - Heavy rain and flooding kill 15+ people in Colombia:

2021-03-15 - Deadlier COVID-19 variant rapidly spreading across Brazil and causing death:

Quote: "As the emergency intensified this week, frontline health workers from Porto Alegre to Recife, a coastal city 3,000km further north, described scenes of heartbreak, despair and exhaustion as intensive care units and cemeteries fill up like never before."


  1. Traumatic Thursday Jonny, all.

    The Philly airport has a large water source close by (Delaware River separating Philly and NJ), so a brush fire mysteriously starting could have been a JJFH event.

    Thursday, 18 March 2021
    "Unlivable!" The expected mass exodus is beginning: In the last six months more than 12 million people have been displaced with 80% of these displacements were caused by weather disasters: In 23 days of January 2021 Indonesia suffered 185 disasters

    The expected mass exodus is beginning. A new report reveals more than 12 million people have been internally displaced around the world since September 2020 mainly due to climate and weather-related disasters. In just 6 months, 12.6 million people, more than the population of Belgium have been displaced around the world. In just 23 days during January 2021 Indonesia suffered 185 disasters including two major earthquakes, seven volcano eruptions with a further 3 showing activity, as well as deadly tornadoes, landslides and floods killing and injuring thousands and displacing many more. These figures released two days ago by the Red Cross show just how desperate life is becoming for many people around the world thanks too increasing extreme weather events. [more]

    When the Earth is angry...
    Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for March 17, 2021...

    Record number of unknown asteroids seen whizzing past Earth in 2020 – And it could be broken again in 2021

    Astronomers detected thousands of previously unknown near-Earth asteroids last year. And this record may be broken this year AGAIN…

    Two weeks ago, a 340-metre-wide space rock named Apophis whizzed safely past Earth.

    The next time it returns, in 2029, won’t be so uneventful: Apophis will come within 40,000 kilometres of the planet, skimming just above the region where some high-flying satellites orbit. It will be the first time that astronomers will be able to watch such a big asteroid pass so close to us. [more; not sure anyone will notice]

    CDC corona vaccine death report: 31,079 adverse events, including 1,524 deaths, 5,507 serious injuries and 390 reports of Bell’s Palsy

    Between Dec. 14, 2020, and Mar. 5, 2021, 31,079 reports of adverse events were submitted to VAERS, including 1,524 deaths, 5,507 serious injuries and 390 reports of Bell’s Palsy. [more]

    Very strong and shallow M6.0 earthquake hits near the coast of Bejaia, Algeria

    A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.0 hit near the coast of Algeria at 00:04 UTC (01:04 LT) on March 18, 2021. The agency is reporting a depth of 8 km (5 miles). EMSC is reporting M6.0 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). [more]

    [2nd comment awaits]

  2. A major severe weather outbreak is forecast across portions of the Lower Mississippi Valley into Alabama, U.S.

    A regional outbreak of severe storms is expected today and tonight, March 17 and 18, 2021, across portions of the Lower Mississippi Valley into Alabama, NWS Storm Prediction Center warns. [more]

    Tornadoes, thunderstorms forecast for South and East Coast Thursday; thousands still without power in Mississippi and Alabama

    Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible Thursday from parts of eastern Georgia northeastward through North Carolina, after several tornadoes and dozens of tornado warnings were reported through the night.

    Large hail, wind damage and a tornado threat are expected Thursday mid-morning hours as far as Virginia and Florida, said the National Weather Service. [more]

    One Side of Earth Is Rapidly Getting Colder Than the Other

    [headline is misleading: one side is WARMING faster than the other]

    In a new study, scientists from the University of Oslo say one side of Earth’s interior is losing heat much faster than the other side—and the culprit is practically as old as time. [more]

    Portland is ‘Sick and Tired’ of Anarchist Violence, Destruction, Officials Say

    Elected officials and community leaders in Portland, Ore., joined together on Monday in calling for an end to the violence, destruction, and intimidation by far-left anarchists who have spent nearly nine months wreaking havoc in the city amid ongoing protests against racism and police brutality. [more; the Dems darlings being shunned?]

    Why America has more tornadoes than the rest of the world
    [~ 3.5 min. video]

    Tuesday's 200-mile-wide dust storm brought 64 mph winds to El Paso, Texas [~ 2.5 min. video]

    The sky turned beige and the wind roared Tuesday as a dust storm roughly 200 miles wide engulfed El Paso and neighboring regions as it lumbered toward northeastern New Mexico and other parts of Texas.

    The storm's winds reached upwards of 60 mph in East-Central El Paso, where the weather station at the El Paso International Airport recorded a high of 64 mph gusts, according to Joe Delizio, a meteorologist with National Weather Service El Paso. [more]

    Tornado damages homes in Choctaw County, Alabama

    Around 4 pm Wednesday, the tornado hit causing damage to the area. Choctaw County Sheriff Scott Lolley reported there are no deaths or injuries from the tornado but there are a lot of trees and roof damage on the South end of the city. [more; ~ 3 min. video]

    Snow accumulates as blizzard conditions hit Texas Panhandle in mid-March [incl. ~ 8.75 min. vid]

    "Crazy weather! We made it to 76° yesterday afternoon and we are accumulating snow just 15 hours later!" Voges wrote in a tweet.

    The NWS reported downed power lines and stranded cars on highways as near-whiteout conditions struck some areas. [more]

    Skier killed by avalanche in Val d'Aosta, Italy

    A skier was killed by an avalanche in Val d'Aosta on Wednesday, local sources said. [more]

    [3rd piece below]

  3. Lighting bolt kills three, injures one in Zimbabwe

    Since 2015 Europe suffering worst droughts in two thousand years

    An international team, led by the University of Cambridge, studied the chemical fingerprints in European oak trees to reconstruct summer climate over 2,110 years. They found that after a long-term drying trend, drought conditions since 2015 suddenly intensified, beyond anything in the past two thousand years. [more; see SOTT's spin on it's cause]

    Congo and DR Congo - Damaging flash floods in Kinshasa and Brazzaville - 4 children killed

    Local media in DR Congo reported 4 children died in the floods, with several houses swept away in Kisenso municipality in the east of Kinshasa.

    The Ndjili bridge collapsed causing severe transport problems, in particular to and from N'Djili International Airport. The collapse of the bridge also left some communities of Tshangu district cut off from the rest of the city. [more]

    No more anal probes? Non-invasive skin swabs are enough to quickly detect Covid-19, new study finds

    In a new paper published by The Lancet's E Clinical Medicine, the researchers took sebum samples from 67 hospitalized patients, 30 of whom had tested positive for Covid-19 and 37 who had tested negative. Sebum is the fatty, oily, waxy substance produced by the body's sebaceous glands in areas such as the face, neck or back. Too little can cause dry, cracked skin while too much can cause various forms of acne.

    The sebum samples were subjected to analysis via liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. The results were then combined with a statistical modeling technique called Partial Least Squares to differentiate Covid-positive and -negative patient samples.

    The University of Surrey researchers quickly found that Covid-positive patients had lower lipid levels than their Covid-negative counterparts. [more]

    Italy opens manslaughter case after teacher dies hours after getting AstraZeneca vaccine

    Prosecutors in Italy have launched a manslaughter investigation after a music teacher there died hours after getting the controversial AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

    Sandro Tognatti, 57, got jabbed in his hometown of Biella on Saturday afternoon and went to bed that night with a high fever, his wife, Simona Riussi, told Italian media.

    She called an ambulance the next morning but the clarinetist could not be saved, she said.

    So far, officials have insisted there has yet to be a direct link between Tognatti's death and his shot. [more; it's fucking OBVIOUS!]

    [4th section follows]

  4. Climate Change Is Behind Ghost Forests Along the Coast

    climate change is causing the ocean to eat into the East Coast; flooding coastal forest land from Virginia up to Massachusetts, and threatening other areas.

    Matthew Hart
    Wed, March 17, 2021, 5:14 PM

    Over the past few months, scientists have continued to publish research outlining the destruction climate change may wreak soon. What could happen to Yellowstone’s Old Faithful geyser, for example, is kind of heartbreaking. Now, in an even darker report, scientists say climate change is causing a rise in “ghost forests” along the northeast coast of the US. And yes, they look super creepy.

    Earther picked up on the new report, which researchers at Rutgers University in New Jersey recently released. The US Department of Agriculture hired on the researchers to surmise “the current state of knowledge” concerning how Northeastern US coastal forests are responding to impacts from climate change.
    Scientists say so-called "ghost forests" are on the rise on the East Coast of the U.S. thanks to climate change.
    Scientists say so-called "ghost forests" are on the rise on the East Coast of the U.S. thanks to climate change.

    NC Wetlands

    Upon inspection—which consisted of analyzing scientific literature, interviewing forestry and biology experts, and convening relevant scientists—the researchers found that climate change is causing the ocean to eat into the East Coast; flooding coastal forest land from Virginia up to Massachusetts, and threatening other areas.

    As the ocean water floods into these forests, it displaces native fresh water, which deciduous trees rely upon for sustenance. The salt water subsequently poisons the living trees, leaving a “ghost forest” of dead and dying timber in its wake. To make the scene even more eery [sic], the barren trees stick around; becoming purgatory versions of their former selves. [more]

    Permian Witnesses Addition of Oil Rigs for 3 Straight Weeks

    [regular gas just hit $3.09/gal here]

    In its weekly release, Baker Hughes Company BKR reported a drop in the U.S. rig count. [more; what? the headline implies it went UP]

    Oil prices end lower as U.S. supply climbs a 4th week and after IEA deems supercycle unlikely

    Oil futures ended with a loss on Wednesday, after the U.S. government reported a fourth consecutive weekly climb in domestic crude inventories and International Energy Agency deemed a “supercycle,” or sustained rise in prices for the commodity, unlikely in its latest forecast. [more]

    Maine homeowners seek more time to sue over chemical contamination

    Thirty years ago, Bruce Harrington was so concerned about the sludge being spread as fertilizer on a farm near his family's Fairfield home that he confronted the drivers of the trucks literally "drooling" with the foul-smelling waste.

    An argument ensued. But Harrington eventually agreed to step aside after police who responded explained that the waste had been treated and "there wasn't any harm that was going to come to anybody."

    Decades later, Harrington and his wife fought back tears Wednesday as they shared fears that their family's drinking water, their gardens and fruit trees, and even the pool used by their children and grandchildren were poisoned for years by "forever chemicals" that tested 350 times higher than state and federal safety limits.
    [more; THAT'S treated waste! the Amish $pread it regularly here]

    [5th installment next]

  5. Advanced nuclear reactors no safer than conventional nuclear plants, says science group

    A new generation of so-called "advanced" nuclear power reactors that Washington believes could help fight climate change often present greater proliferation risks than conventional nuclear power, a science advocacy group said on Thursday. [more; never nuclear!]

    As endangered birds lose their songs, they can't find mates

    Male songbirds usually learn their tunes from adult mentors. But when aspiring crooners lack proper role models, they hit all the wrong notes — and have less success attracting mates. [more]

    [crash of the week]
    Fort Worth firefighters faced ‘mountain of vehicles’ while freeing people from I-35W crash

    Firefighters had walked back and forth between their trucks and the pile of cars where passengers were trapped so many times they began to instinctively know where to step, or not to step — a sunroof that wasn’t stable or a hood that was too slick. Much their icy walk was done on top of vehicles caught in the 133-car pileup near downtown Fort Worth. [more]

    'I am worried': California Gov. Newsom says recall attempt is likely to succeed [~ 1.75 min. video and text]

    [you SUCK! GTFO!]

    [6th segment coming up]

  6. How Industrial Fishing Creates More CO2 Emissions Than Air Travel

    A troubling new report points to a previously overlooked source: an industrial fishing process practiced by dozens of countries around the world, including the United States, China, and the E.U.

    The study, published today in the scientific journal Nature, is the first to calculate the carbon cost of bottom trawling, in which fishing fleets drag immense weighted nets along the ocean floor, scraping up fish, shellfish and crustaceans along with significant portions of their habitats.

    According to calculations conducted by the report’s 26 authors, bottom trawling is responsible for one gigaton of carbon emissions a year—a higher annual total than (pre-pandemic) aviation emissions.

    Bye Alpha, Eta: Greek alphabet ditched for hurricane names

    Starting this year, if there are more than 21 Atlantic storms, the next storms will come from a new supplemental list headed by Adria, Braylen, Caridad and Deshawn and ending with Will. There's a new back-up list for the Eastern Pacific that runs from Aidan and Bruna to Zoe.

    Meanwhile, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is recalculating just what constitutes an average hurricane season. If it follows the usual 30-year update model, the new “normal” season would have 19% more named storms and major hurricanes. And prominent hurricane experts want meteorologists to rethink how they warn people about wetter, nastier storms in a warming world. [more]

    COVID Cases Are Rising Again in 14 States, Primarily in the Upper Midwest and New York Area

    [just more proof that masks DON'T WORK and suspicion that "they" are distributing the Covid ON PURPOSE]

    ew COVID-19 infections are again on the rise in parts of the U.S., as the weary country moves past the one-year anniversary of the pandemic and waits to be vaccinated. [which not only offers you NO protection, but actually INCREASES the likelihood you'll contract the disease at a later date and have a much harder time beating it - oh, and you'll still have to use a mask and "social distance"]

    Green groups file FTC complaint against Chevron over climate claims

    [just more lies by fossil fuel companies to stay in business]

    Three environmental groups filed a false advertising complaint against Chevron with the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday, alleging that the U.S. oil major has overstated its investment in renewable energy and actions to curb greenhouse gas emissions.