Jumping jack flash hypothesis it’s a gas gas gas event update for 2018-05-03 power usage estimator


Note: From the full hypothesis : "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

Quote: "Firefighters extinguished the motorcycle fire at the Royal Mail car park in Castle Foregate, Shrewsbury, just after 4.30am yesterday. Meanwhile, in Ludlow Road, Cleobury Mortimer, firefighters tackled a car fire at about 10.20pm on Thursday."

Quote: "The series of earthquakes came after a collapse of a crater floor of Pu’u ‘O’o, which is a volcanic cone in the eastern rift zone of the Kilauea Volcano. Since that collapse, about 250 earthquakes were reported in the area into Tuesday evening, according to a Hawaiian Volcano Observatory status report. The tremors have been going on for days now, jarring residents, who’ve been reporting nearly constant ground vibrations in some areas. ‘It has now become unnerving,’ Carol Shepard, a resident, told CNN affiliate KHON. She said the flurry of earthquakes seemed to happen every minute. ‘It’d be like the house would shake. It’d be like somebody that weighs 300 pounds came in my living room, and jumped up and down,’ she said. Residents in the area have also reported cracks emerging on roads."

Quote: "The fire started unexpectedly Thursday afternoon on one of the docked boats. The fire burned the ropes on the boat, which caused many blazing boats to drift away and the dock to burn – leaving six families left to pick up the pieces. ‘It might be difficult for the owners to identify the boats that are theirs because of the extent of the damage to them,’ says Tom Boisvert, the Lake Monticello police chief. ‘They’re totally destroyed.’"

Quote: "Traffic slowed to a crawl before stopping completely as the southbound lanes of Interstate 71, near mile marker 192 in Ashland County, were closed as emergency crews rushed to battle a blazing car carrier Thursday evening. Nine cars that were being hauled were destroyed in the roadside inferno, with the semi itself becoming little more than molten metal on the highway’s shoulder."

Quote: "A vehicle caught fire on Virginia 56 about 5:45 p.m., but by the time fire crews arrived, the flames spread into the foliage, said Nathan Ramsey, director of Rockbridge County Fire and EMS. He said by 9 p.m. about 180 acres had been scorched."

Quote: "The barn, built in 1904, was destroyed in the blaze, along with Hal’s machine shop equipment and four vehicles, including a van and an old Mercedes. A litter of kittens also perished in the fire, which Jefferson Township Assistant fire Chief Rick Cochran estimated broke out between midnight and 12:30 a.m. Thursday."

Good morning everyone, and I sincerely hope that you’re all in good health and safe. There’s so much destruction going on naturally, that adding the JJFH stuff (which is clearly worsening) makes it risky to get up and do practically anything.

A large, 6.9-magnitude quake jolted Hawaii Island on Friday afternoon, just an hour after another sizable quake, amid an ongoing eruption of Kilauea that’s triggered mandatory evacuations in Leilani Estates, sent lava spewing into streets and threatened homes.

Much of the Arctic Ocean and some neighbouring land areas were again substantially warmer than the 1981-2010 average. It was, however, colder than average in a band from the north-eastern coast of Greenland to Novaya Zemlya, where sea-ice cover was slightly higher than average. Temperatures were also well above average over coastal regions of Antarctica and over the Ross and Weddell Seas. Here sea-ice cover was below average.

April 2018 was Australia’s second warmest April on record. Temperatures were also unusually high over drought-affected Argentina. Other areas of markedly above-average temperature include parts of Mexico and the American Southwest and much of North Africa, China and Mongolia. [more]

A magnitude 6.9 earthquake hit Hawaii’s Big Island about 12:33pm Friday and was centered near the south flank of Kilauea volcano. It is the strongest earthquake to hit Hawaii since 1975 when a magnitude 7.1 struck in the same area. Here two video compilations of the strong earthquake [more]

The Globalized infinite growth model is heading for the brick wall of finite globe. At full speed ahead. There’s a reason why Energy companies are lagging the price of oil – because they’ve turned into call options on the indefinite status quo

What is happening in the oil industry is instructive for the failed economics profession to learn about the ways of the poverty trap. Specifically the recycling of cheap poverty capital back into an industry suffering from over-capacity. Conventional economics posits that supply is correlated to price – when price rises, supply rises commensurately. However, in the real world when income – be that corporate, national, or household – is reduced, then supply must rise to offset the drop in price. Think of someone who loses a high paying job now having to work multiple McJobs to make ends meet. Meaning that gluts become larger as price falls. Which is what serial proven idiots didn’t learn in 2014…