The Next Tunguska Event or Chelyabinsk: As Powerful or Catastrophic in Comparison?
The distance from 1908 to 2013 was considerable: 105 years. Yet it seems doubtful the next similar event will be another century away. It seems that close encounters with PHAs (Potentially Hazardous Asteroids) has increased since the start of the new millennium, and while every seven years seems perhaps too short a distance, it may be one we need to watch. Also, in the late 70's and 80's we saw a strange but different event happen in Russia and the United States seven years apart: a nuclear power plant disaster in each (1979, 1986). Also the US pace station Skylab fell to earth in 1979 and was followed by the Russian Mir 22 years later in 2001 (almost happened in 2000, making it a 21 year event). Thus, it is possible that in 2020 the US will experience its own Chelyabinsk event unless it happens again in Russia or elsewhere.
Most likely this will occur as a shock out of the blue and without any anticipation. Then again, it may be preceded by angst created by news reports indicating a probable impact, instead to manifest itself as an atmospheric explosion similar to Chelyabinsk. The event may also signal the pending death of Pope Francis later in the year if he visits Iraq.
One other worry we can not ever rule out: the next Tunguska or Chelyabinsk could well be the Warning of two stars crashing given at Garabandal in 1963 and also prophesied by Nostradamus in 1555:
After the collision of two great stars which will occur between April and March:
Oh, what a loss, but two great good influences by land and sea will help on all sides.
There will be first a World-Wide Warning that will happen in the sky everywhere in the world and is immediately transmitted into the interior of our souls. It will frighten all humanity regardless of where one happens to be at the time and it will be a thousand times worse than earthquakes. It would be like fire. It will not burn our flesh, but we will feel it bodily and interiorly. It will last a very little time, although to us it will seem to be a very long time because of its effect within us. The Warning appears like two stars -- that crash and make a lot of noise, and a lot of light -- but they don't fall. No one can prevent it from happening. It will be recognized as coming from God and will resemble a punishment, but it is meant to be a purification. It will not kill us, but if we die it will be caused by the emotion within us.
THE YUSHU METEOR OR QINGHAI EVENT
A suspected low-flying meteor has lit up the sky in northwestern China's Yushu City on December 23. Video from the event in the city in China’s Qinghai Province showed a bright fireball streaking across and lighting the dark sky.
A giant fireball was spotted flashing across the sky and crashing into northwestern China’s Yushu City on Wednesday, leaving residents stunned. Videos of the event which have gone viral showed a bright fireball streaking across and lighting the dark sky.
Have you heard about a giant meteor fireball shooting towards Earth with bright light and glowing brightly in the sky? Believe it or not, this cosmic event occurred in Yushu City, which is situated in the north western region of China. A giant meteor fireball was spotted flashing across the sky and finally crashing on the ground on Wednesday.
Spectacular fireball explodes over China's Yushu City, the largest fireball event since December 2018
A spectacular fireball exploded over northwestern China's Yushu City, Qinghai Province at around 23:23 UTC on December 22, 2020 (07:23 LT, December 23). The event lasted up to 20 seconds. Many locals reported hearing a series of loud bangs.
A giant fireball has been spotted flashing across the sky and crashing into a county in southern China. Footage taken by stunned locals shows an unidentified object exploding into a blazing sphere as it plunges at a fast speed towards the earth.
Despite pandemic disruption, astronomers detected thousands of previously unknown near-Earth asteroids last year. A 340-metre-wide space rock named Apophis whizzed safely past Earth on 6 March. The next time it returns, in 2029, won’t be so uneventful.
(CNN) A fireball, traveling at an estimated 42,000 miles per hour, was spotted over the skies of northern Vermont and Canada on Sunday night, officials said. NASA Meteor Watch said on Facebook that more than 100 people saw the meteor around 5:38 p.m. local time Sunday.
The meteor that exploded over the state of Vermont on the evening of March 7 was detected by ground-based seismometers, NASA has said. The space rock violently broke apart in Earth's atmosphere around 33 miles high, causing a shockwave that could be measured and heard by instruments.
A meteor streaked through the night sky over Vermont on Sunday (March 7), creating a spectacular light show and causing Earth-shaking booms as it burned through the atmosphere. The meteor's explosive passage through the atmosphere released the equivalent of 440 pounds (200 kilograms) of TNT...
A fireball that lit up UK skies on Sunday night is thought to be a small piece of an asteroid that entered the Earth's atmosphere, according to scientists. The meteor was spotted just before 10pm last night (February 28) and caused a sonic boom across southern England, according to scientists from the UK Fireball Alliance (UKFall), which is led by staff at the Natural History Museum.
A brightly burning meteor was seen plunging from the sky in wide areas of Japan, capturing attention on television and social media. The meteor glowed strongly as it rapidly descended through the Earth's atmosphere on Sunday. Many people in western Japan reported on social media seeing the rare sight.
Photo Credit: Rheinische Post online Western Germany on Saturday witnessed a mysterious fireball darting through its night sky, as per the statement of some astronomers. The bright streak caused by the fireball lasted about 5 to 7 seconds, ending in a jade (forest green) colour and diverging into two smaller blips, a witness at Siegen near Bonn had conveyed to the "fireball network."
A noontime boom that was heard and felt from southern Ontario to Virginia was likely caused by a disintegrating meteor, according to an organization in western New York that keeps track of such phenomena. Witnesses across the area reported hearing the boom or seeing a fireball in the sky shortly after noon on Wednesday, said Robert Lunsford of the American Meteor Society in Geneseo.
A brilliant fireball blazed over northeastern Mexico around 03:14 UTC on October 7, 2020 (22:14 LT on October 6), leaving witnesses and sky observers startled as the space object put on a spectacular display. The meteorite hit a small town in Tamauli...
A very bright fireball turned the night sky into a day as it exploded over the Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina, Brazil, at around 04:03 UTC (01:30 LT) on October 1, 2020. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 35 witness reports, while the B...
A small space rock reportedly caused a sonic boom in Japan, as it plummeted into the earth's atmosphere and burned up in skyrocketing speed. At the time of its entry into the atmosphere, the space rock was brighter than Venus, and it apparently produced green and purple hues in the skies.
A bright fireball lit up the skies over the southeast U.S. at around 04:43 UTC (00:43 LT) on May 14, 2020. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 64 reports, including from eyewitnesses in Alabama, Florida, and the Carolinas. The witnesses claime...
A "VERY big flaming object" was spotted spiralling through the sky in Cambridgeshire this week - leaving onlookers dumbfounded. Gerry Underwood, 55, spotted the mysterious flaming object at around 8pm on Wednesday from outside his canal boat in Stretham, Cambs. He said: "It looked like a very thick chemtrail to start with.
A HUGE fireball was spotted in the skies over northern Europe, with the blast big enough to be seen from the UK all the way to Germany and captured on video with some claiming that it "looked like it was going to strike".
A meteor burst into the atmosphere over the English Channel, causing a large fireball display in the skies. The blast was so big and bright that much of northern Europe was treated to the display, with the International Meteor Organisation receiving tens of reports on the sighting.
A fireball event was spotted over the U.S. The incident was witnessed by residents from different states The fireball was most likely caused by a small asteroid Residents from various states in the U.S. spotted a bright fireball streaking across the night sky.
A spectacular fireball kicked off the weekend for mainland Europe with a fireball so big and bright it could be seen in Croatia, Italy and Austria. The small space rock entered the atmosphere above the northern Balklandas at 10.34 AM local time, with thousands witnessing the event.
Experts confirmed that an asteroid hit Earth last Saturday and caused a powerful explosion over Calgary, Alberta in Canada. Through the fireball that the meteor created, experts were able to determine the size and possible nature of the space rock. The fireball incident created by the falling meteor happened on February 8 at 5:00 pm in Canada.
The International Meteor Organisation (IMO) received almost 100 reports of a bright fireball illuminating the skies on February 3. Those in the northwest of the UK and citizens of Belgium of the Netherlands saw the phenomenon, which took place over the North Sea.
On January 21, a small asteroid lit up the night sky above the seaside resort town of Bude, northeast Cornwall, England, producing a mesmeric display. An image of the meteor was captured by one lucky photographer, which shows just how bright the explosion was.
An asteroid exploded over Purto Rico The asteroid's explosion produced a bright flash The incident occurred weeks after Puerto Rico was hit by earthquakes An international agency reported that Earth was hit by a small asteroid over a week ago. According to the agency, the space rock burned up in the atmosphere and detonated over Puerto Rico.
A blazing meteor-like fireball has been spotted hurtling through the sky in Puerto Rico after a series of powerful earthquakes. The unusual celestial phenomenon has been branded a sign of the "end of times" by locals on the Caribbean island.
AN asteroid that threatened to blast Earth with fiery debris skimmed past our planet over the weekend. The space rock was the size of a blue whale and zipped past at 14,000 miles per hour during a nerve-shredding flyby on Saturday, according to Nasa.
This could have been our next Chelyabinsk or Tunguska. No doubt it won't be the last CLOSE CALL.
I would add regarding a separate prediction I made concerning Pope Francis being the real Ignis Ardens or "burning fire" (and not Malachy's Peter the Roman) that the higher incidents of asteroid approaches and explosions as well as meteoric fireballs being seen and heard since 2013 are consistent with the Ignis Ardens motto, which is also interpreted by some as "fire from the sky."
COMMENTS (2/14/20): I guess we can add the Calgary, Canada explosion to those over Puerto Rico and the UK.
COMMENTS (3/23/20): Add Croatia and Florida.
COMMENTS (3/30/20): Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New York ... all at the same time.
BASE 7 ALERT: Wuhan Coronavirus Pandemic: The Asian Flu Revisited
New diseases used as weapons will cause 25 million people to die.
Before long all will be set in order, we will expect a very sinister century, the state of the masked
and solitary ones much changed, few will be found who want to be in their place.
The current Coronavirus pandemic that broke out at the start of 2020 may be a more deadly mathematical repeat of the 1957-58 Asian Flu, one of three deadly 20th Century flues which included the 1918 Pandemic that killed millions worldwide. It is important to cover this as a prediction still because what is not yet known is the course it will run.
That is where this alert takes on importance:
This Asian-born pandemic may mutate over the summer and become especially virulent and even more deadly in the autumn and cause the most deaths between December 2020 and March 2021, but only if it follows the same path as The Asian Flu.
It means we may have to contend with this disease for at least another year and that it will get much worse than it is now, if that can be believed.
To healthy people who have been hoarding various goods and seeking a test to confirm a negative result for coronavirus, hoping then to wait it out: WHAT GOOD IS BEING TESTED NEGATIVE NOW THEN RACING BACK TO YOUR WELL-STOCKED HOME GOING TO DO YOU? YOU CAN'T HIDE IN YOUR HOMES FOR A YEAR AND A HALF!! I DON'T BELIEVE THIS VIRUS IS GOING AWAY IN THREE WEEKS!
We also still must contend with what could be a second plague beginning late this year or early in 2021: an Ebola Pandemic.
Prediction: Coronavirus may only be the first of several deadly pandemics to come over the next several years. In 2021 exists the danger of an especially horrific outbreak of EBOLA actually becoming a pandemic, much worse than anything imaginable in 2014. Nostradamus specifically warns us of this "African pestilence" being brought to Europe and other countries in ships. Perhaps cruise ships like the recent Diamond Princess. Perhaps infected refugees seeking asylum by sea. We must evaluate what prophecy says.
Nostradamus, Quatrain 2.65 ~
The park inclined, great calamity,
Throughout America and Italy it will be:
The fire in the ship, pestilence and captivity, Mercury in Sagittarius, Saturn warning.
Could it be that Francis will no longer be pope later this year or early next?
It is indeed possible that these diseases were created in laboratories for biological warfare! It is also possible they can be transmitted from space to our planet via a weapons satellite or a germ warfare space station.
HELL ON EARTH Brazil’s 300,000 Covid deaths called ‘GENOCIDE’ as chilling pics show bodies stacked up in mass burials
BRAZIL's soaring Covid death toll has been slammed as "genocide" as chilling pictures show scores of gravediggers working through the night to bury thousands of victims. The number of Covid deaths in the Latin American country hit 300,000 on Wednesday amid an "unstoppable" mutant outbreak which is killing at least 100 people an hour.
Over two weeks after Texas eased Covid-19 restrictions, the state has so far not witnessed a surge in new cases: Reported infections continue to decline statewide but have recently shown signs of leveling.
Covid-19 deaths have started to rise again around the world as the third wave of the virus takes hold amid warnings that - for some countries - the “worst is yet to come”. The resurgence of the pandemic, after a sustained lull earlier this year, is being driven by particularly horrifying numbers in parts of the world like Brazil.
New cases of Covid-19 are once again on the rise across more than half of the United States as officials race to vaccinate additional people before highly contagious variants become prevalent in the country.
COVID CLASHES Anti-lockdown mob clashes with cops in London as officers arrest 36 people after being pelted with bottles
ANTI-lockdown protesters clashed with cops in London as officers arrested 36 people after they were pelted with bottles. Hundreds of maskless demonstrators marched through the capital yesterday to rally against Covid rules, just hours after the Met urged people not to join.
The family of Texas Roadhouse CEO Kent Taylor says he died by suicide while experiencing “unbearable” symptoms related to COVID-19. In a joint statement provided to McClatchy News, Texas Roadhouse and Taylor’s family said he killed himself after experiencing ongoing symptoms, including “severe tinnitus,” after he was infected with COVID-19.
COVID CHAOS Paris plunged into Covid lockdown from midnight for a month as country is gripped by third wave & EU vaccine shambles
PARIS will be plunged into a four-week lockdown from midnight tomorrow as a third wave of Covid hits France's capital. The country's prime minister Jean Castex announced a month-long lockdown tonight for 16 regions in France as the EU vaccine shambles continues.
Optimism is spreading in the U.S. as COVID-19 deaths plummet and states ease restrictions and open vaccinations to younger adults. But across Europe, dread is setting in with another wave of infections that is closing schools and cafes and bringing new lockdowns./p>
The U.S. could still see another coronavirus surge — even as vaccinations against Covid-19 rapidly rise across the nation — as states relax restrictions and more Americans travel for spring break, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Monday.
The European Union’s fight against Covid-19 is stuck in midwinter, even as spring and vaccinations spur hope of improvement in the U.S. and U.K. Contagion is rising again in much of the EU, despite months of restrictions on daily life, as more-virulent virus strains outpace vaccinations. A mood of gloom and frustration is settling ...
AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas is lifting its mask mandate, Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, making it the largest state to no longer require one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The announcement in Texas, where the virus has killed more than 43,000 people, rattled doctors and big city leaders who said they are now bracing for another deadly resurgence.
MISSION, Kan. (AP) — With the U.S. vaccination drive picking up speed and a third formula on the way, states eager to reopen for business are easing coronavirus restrictions despite warnings from health experts that the outbreak is far from over and that moving too quickly could prolong the misery.
Federal officials are expressing worry that the decline in daily new coronavirus cases nationwide is starting to flatten as one of the variants, from the U.K., is on the rise. They warned states against relaxing COVID-19 restrictions, saying the nation remains at a precarious point that could tip into a fourth surge before more people get vaccinated.
A coronavirus variant that probably emerged in May and surged to become the dominant strain in California not only spreads more readily than its predecessors but also evades antibodies generated by COVID-19 vaccines or prior infection and is associated with severe illness and death, researchers said.
German Health Minister Jens Spahn urged caution on Sunday in the face of rising coronavirus infection numbers, just as schools across the country prepare to reopen. "The virus isn't making it easy for us," Spahn told German broadcaster ARD.
Coronavirus cases in Italy are on the rise again, in large part due to the more infectious British variant, a top virologist warned in a newspaper interview published Sunday. His comments came as Italians in several cities ignored official appeals to stay at home to go out and enjoy the unusually mild weather over the weekend.
As Covid-19 cases fall and vaccines roll out across the country, a handful of governors have dropped statewide mask mandates, raising tensions with some city leaders who are keeping their own restrictions in place to fight new strains of the coronavirus.
Amid the dire Covid warnings, one crucial fact has been largely ignored: Cases are down 77% over the past six weeks. If a medication slashed cases by 77%, we’d call it a miracle pill. Why is the number of cases plummeting much faster than experts predicted?
The number of new cases of Covid-19 reported worldwide fell by 16 percent last week to 2.7 million, the World Health Organization said. The number of new deaths reported also fell 10 percent week-on-week, to 81,000, the WHO said late Tuesday in its weekly epidemiological update, using figures up to Sunday.
When will life return to normal? In 7 years at today's vaccine rates -- In Canada it's going to take more than 10 years at this rate
When will the pandemic end? It’s the question hanging over just about everything since COVID-19 took over the world last year. The answer can be measured in vaccinations. Bloomberg has built the biggest database of COVID-19 shots given around the world, with more than 119 million doses administered worldwide. U.S. science officials such as Anthony Fauci have suggested it will take 70 per cent to 85 per cent coverage of the population for things to return to normal.
The United States started 2021 with the deadliest month of the coronavirus pandemic to date. January’s death toll has already surpassed the previous record number of fatalities set in December, when over 77,400 people in the U.S. died of Covid-19, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The pandemic has taken more than 79,200 lives so far this month, according to the data.
The biggest shock to the global economy in a century is mutating—literally. More-transmissible and potentially deadlier variants of Covid-19 first identified in Britain, South Africa and Brazil are spreading, just as the rollout of vaccines had raised hopes for a broad-based economic recovery.
When Washington, D.C., enters its next phase of vaccine distribution in February, all residents who are smokers, have asthma, suffer from high blood pressure, are obese, or possess a wide range of other health conditions will be permitted to get the jab.
President-elect Joe Biden plans to use FEMA and the National Guard to build coronavirus vaccine clinics across the United States, according to new details of his Covid-19 vaccination plan released by his transition team on Friday.
The onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic, which has left nearly two million people dead, has seen Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh worshippers seek solace in prayer. With places of worship often closed and mass gatherings banned for fear of fanning infections, believers are turning to religious leaders, or to the heavens for answers.
The CEO of Covid-19 vaccine maker Moderna warned Wednesday that the coronavirus that has brought world economies to a standstill and overwhelmed hospitals will be around “forever.” Public health officials and infectious disease experts have said there is a high likelihood that Covid-19 will become an endemic disease, meaning it will become present in communities at all times.
MASK UP Brits could wear Covid face masks FOREVER as coronavirus will ‘always be with us’, warns JVT
BRITS could be wearing face masks forever as Covid-19 will "always be with us", England's deputy chief medical officer told The Sun today. Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said the pandemic has changed how Brits approach hygiene and that some habits that we have adopted still stay with us.
BORING, Ore. (AP) — A line formed out the door during the lunch rush at the Carver Hangar, a family-owned restaurant and sports bar, and waitresses zipped in and out of the kitchen trying to keep up with orders as customers backed up in the lobby.
California health authorities reported Saturday a record one-day total of 695 coronavirus deaths as many hospitals strain under unprecedented caseloads. California’s death toll since the start of the pandemic rose to 29,233, according to the state Department of Public Health’s website.
CDC reveals at least 21 Americans have suffered life threatening allergic reactions to Pfizer's COVID vaccine - but officials beg people to get the shot and say problems are 'rare'
Nearly two dozen Americans have experienced life-threatening allergic reactions after receiving Pfizer-BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine, a new report finds. Between December 14 and 23, a total of 21 people suffered anaphylaxis upon getting their first dose, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed on Wednesday.
As the United States goes into the New Year breaking single-day records for coronavirus deaths, data from the Centers for Disease Control suggests the true cumulative U.S. death toll is approaching half a million.
US hits 20 million COVID-19 cases on New Year's Day - a QUARTER of the global total - after December became the deadliest month on record with 77,000 deaths and vaccine rollout reaches just 3.17 million people
More than 20 million Americans have been infected with coronavirus as of Friday afternoon. US infections now make up nearly a quarter of the global total.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ambulances waited hours for openings to offload coronavirus patients. Overflow patients were moved to hospital hallways and gift shops, even a cafeteria. Refrigerated trucks were on standby, ready to store the dead.
As health officials in the United States announced a second and possibly a third person infected with a new, more transmissible strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, infectious diseases experts are feeling a sense of déjà vu all over again.
Dr. Fauci now claims it will take up to 90% immunity across the US to end pandemic and has been 'moving the goal posts' as COVID becomes 'more transmissible' - while THREE super-strains are discovered overseas and CDC predicts up to 420K deaths by mid-January
Dr Anthony Fauci now says it could take up to 90 percent herd immunity across the United States to end the COVID-19 pandemic as three mutant strains of the virus are discovered and the CDC predicts up to 420K deaths by mid-January. Despite initially saying herd immunity could be reached at between 60 to 70 percent, Fauci believes it may now take closer to 90 percent in order for life to return to normal.
December Is Now the Deadliest Month of the Pandemic -- With days left to go in the month, the number of deaths reported passed April’s high
December is now the deadliest month of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. Since the spring, month by month, the country had held the death toll below the terrible peak of the early pandemic, according to data from the COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic.
ROME (AP) — Police in Italy enforced new COVID-19 travel restrictions aimed at limiting Christmas get-togethers involving far-flung family members as public health officials appealed Thursday for a “drastic reduction” in social contacts to prevent new infections over the holidays.
South Africa sees a record 14,000 new Covid cases while deaths climb pass 400 for the first time in months amid 'exponential' spread of new mutant strain now detected in Britain
South Africa has reported a record number of coronavirus cases in a single day, driven by a new 'more infectious' variant that has already been found in the UK. The country logged more than 14,000 cases on Wednesday, its highest total of the pandemic so far, while deaths topped 400 for the first time since August 5.
The chief scientific adviser for Operation Warp Speed said the frequency of allergic reactions to the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine is higher than what would be expected for other jabs, according to a report.
Nearly 4 in 10 Americans do not want to take the Covid vaccine. HHS is planning to spend $250 million to convince the U.S. it is safe
The U.S. began vaccinating the population against the coronavirus last week, but mass adoption is not a guarantee. Nearly 4 in 10 Americans say they would “definitely” or “probably” not get a vaccine, according to a Pew Research Center survey of 12,648 U.S. adults from Nov. 18 to 29.
UK bans all arrivals from SA where highly contagious Covid mutant is driving massive second wave among young people
Britain tonight banned all arrivals from South Africa, as well as travel to the nation, after discovering two cases of a mutant Covid-19 strain which is driving a massive second wave among young people in the country. The new mutant, called 501.V2, was announced in Cape Town last Friday and is believed to be a more extreme variant than Britain's new Covid strain which has plunged millions into miserable Christmas lockdowns.
Two cases of a new, "more transmissible" COVID-19 variant linked to South Africa have been identified in the UK, the health secretary has said. Both cases are contacts of people who travelled from South Africa over the last few weeks, Matt Hancock said at a Downing Street news conference.
As dozens of countries blocked the flow of people and goods from Britain to avoid a new and more contagious strain of coronavirus, scientists raced to understand how it emerged and the scope of its threat.
‘CAN’T KEEP IT OUT’ Supercharged mutant Covid strain is ‘probably already in the US and may even have started here’, scientists warn
THE mutant strain of the coronavirus detected in Britain could already be circulating in the US and may even have originated in the country, scientists have said. The new strain, thought to be up to 70 per cent more infectious than the original, was first detected in London earlier this month and has now been identified in at least six other territories around the world.
U.S. life expectancy inched up last year but in 2020 could decline by the largest amount since World War II, as Covid-19 becomes the nation’s third-leading cause of death.
NEW YORK (AP) — This is the deadliest year in U.S. history, with deaths expected to top 3 million for the first time — due mainly to the coronavirus pandemic. Final mortality data for this year will not be available for months. But preliminary numbers suggest that the United States is on track to see more than 3.2 million deaths this year, or at least 400,000 more than in 2019.
DEADLY SPREAD New Covid strain is 70 per cent more contagious as experts fear South East outbreak is racing out of control
THE new Covid-19 variant that has ripped through the South East is 70 per cent more contagious than the original strain, Boris Johnson revealed today. The PM today revealed the "frighteningly transmissable" new variant was spreading rapidly - forcing him to put millions of Brits in Tier 4 lockdown for Christmas.
California, the latest epicenter, is reporting more coronavirus cases than most countries in the world
California - the country's largest and richest state - is the new epicenter of America's coronavirus crisis, with unprecedented surges of seriously infected patients threatening to overwhelm hospitals and overflow morgues. The state is reporting unnerving numbers: California has set nationwide records for new cases again and again in the past week - most recently on Wednesday, when it posted more than 41,000 infections. If California were a country, it would be among the world leaders in new covid-19 cases, ahead of India, Germany and Britain.
DENVER (CBS4) – As 2020 comes to an end, some of the first Americans to contract COVID-19 are still experiencing side effects of the coronavirus. Those who experience many of the common symptoms, as well as brain fog, are now being studied as “COVID-19 Long Haulers,” people who continue to experience issues with the virus even after they should have recovered.
As Covid-19 vaccine development picks up pace, the Philippines has drawn up an immunization plan. The bottom line, officials say: Getting doses to enough of the population to rein in the virus will take two to five years. That is the forecast for reaching the target of 60 million to 70 million of the country’s nearly 110 million people, they say, using a patchwork of vaccines from different suppliers.
(CNN) More Americans who don't even have coronavirus are suffering from soaring Covid-19 hospitalizations. Newly released data from the US Department of Health and Human Services show at least 200 hospitals were at full capacity last week. And in one third of all hospitals, more than 90% of all ICU beds were occupied.
Hospitals have reached breaking point: Rate of COVID patients being admitted is dropping because beds are full and mild cases are being turned away as US reports a third of the world's new infections and families beg for ICU space on social media
New data suggests that a smaller percentage of patients with COVID-19 are being admitted to hospitals because the nation's healthcare systems are being overwhelmed by the staggering number of new infections - as the United States reported a third of new global coronavirus cases on Friday.
(CNN) Coronavirus vaccines will provide some light at the end of the tunnel, but they alone won't mean an end to Covid-19, one leading health official said Friday. "I would like to say vaccines do not equal zero Covid," said Dr. Michael Ryan, the executive director of the World Health Organization's Health Emergencies Program. "Vaccines and vaccination will add a major, major, powerful tool to the toolkit that we have. But by themselves they will not do the job."
Covid becomes NUMBER ONE killer in US this week as record 2,879 die in a day and over 30m in Cali to go into lockdown
CORONAVIRUS became the number one killer in the US this week - overtaking heart disease for the first time - as a record 2,879 people died from the virus in a single day on Thursday. The harrowing death toll comes as 30million in California are heading into lockdown as the state faces dwindling ICU bed capacities.
Nearly 37,000 Americans died of COVID-19 in November, the most in any month since the dark early days of the pandemic, engulfing families in grief, filling newspaper obituary pages and testing the capacity of morgues, funeral homes and hospitals.
AMERICA has suffered its deadliest day since May with more than 2,100 daily coronavirus deaths as fears of a Thanksgiving "timebomb" spiral. Across the US, hospitals have been overwhelmed with Covid patients - with at least one medical center turning a parking lot into treatment areas.
But he warned countries against putting political gain ahead of lives by lifting restrictions too soon. "Too often we have seen the negative impact of easing too quickly," he said. Even as cases fall, the picture across Europe is still bleak, the WHO regional chief told the briefing.
All New York City Public Schools will temporarily close to in-person instruction beginning Thursday due to increasing coronavirus cases, school officials announced. "Buildings are CLOSED for in-person learning until further notice. All students who were learning in school buildings part of the week will transition to remote learning every day," said officials via social media.
Business is booming for Maria Mir. Under normal circumstances, she takes little time off in November and December; the holidays are her busy season. But this is 2020. Nothing is normal. And everyone seems to need her at once. Mir is a licensed marriage and family therapist.
You should be nervous about this upcoming winter, with COVID-19 surging across the U.S., says Ralph Baric, a UNC professor who is one of the world's preeminent researchers of coronaviruses. Things are likely to get much worse before they get better.
Pfizer Inc. said Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine may be a remarkable 90% effective, based on early and incomplete test results that nevertheless brought a big burst of optimism to a world desperate for the means to finally bring the catastrophic outbreak under control.
MILAN-Italy's business capital has become the center of a second wave of the coronavirus, putting at risk the country's economic recovery and reviving the specter of a health-care crisis Italians thought they had overcome this spring. With infections, hospitalizations and deaths linked to Covid-19 rising exponentially, hospitals in Milan are running out of beds even after having converted wards and suspended nonurgent procedures.
The incoming Biden administration is promising a cohesive national strategy to combat the worsening coronavirus outbreak, something many public health officials and Democratic governors say they welcome after months of mixed messaging under the Trump administration. Consistency about the need to wear a mask to reduce the virus spread is just a start.
The United States is hurtling toward yet another grim milestone of 10 million cases, with over 9.9 million reported cases as of Sunday evening, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
SHOCKING pictures show Italian Covid patients on ventilators lined up in hospital corridors as the country battles a second wave of the virus. Patients in some hospitals are given oxygen lying on stretchers in corridors as the country desperately runs short of enough beds to cope.
Americans went to the polls Tuesday under the shadow of a resurging pandemic, with an alarming increase in cases nationwide and the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 reaching record highs in a growing number of states. While daily infections were rising in all but three states, the surge was most pronounced in the Midwest and Southwest.
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Governor Andrew Cuomo announced New York is moving away from the Tri-State Travel Advisory and will now require people coming to the state to test negative.
LONDON (AP) - A new national lockdown in England may have to last longer than the planned four weeks if coronavirus infection rates don't fall quickly enough, a senior government minister said Sunday. The lockdown announced Saturday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to run from Thursday until Dec. 2.
Protesters have clashed with police in northern Italy, as demonstrations erupted across the country Monday night over government restrictions aimed at quelling a second wave of Covid-19.
Thousands of scientists and the World Health Organization itself have said that coronavirus lockdowns have not worked and should be halted. Health professionals have documented the devastating impact that stay-at-home orders pushed by so-called "experts" have had on physical and mental health. So what is Dr. Anthony Fauci suggesting that Americans do now?
Over 18,000, and growing, medical health experts have signed their names to a petition calling for a halt to coronavirus lockdowns, citing the "irreparable damage" they've caused. A World Health Organization (WHO) official on Friday echoed that concern and said the lockdowns should end.
Andrew Pollard warned measures would continue even if his trial is successful First jabs could not be available until next year and then only for key groups Professor Pollard said: 'Life won't be back to normal until summer at the earliest' Facemasks and social distancing will be needed until next summer, the head of Oxford's Covid vaccine team said last night.
As predicted, the US is now grappling with a new Covid-19 surge -- one that could overwhelm hospitals, kill thousands of Americans a day by January and leave even young survivors with long-term complications.
ROME (AP) - Europe's second wave of coronavirus infections has struck well before flu season even started, with intensive care wards filling up again and bars shutting down. Making matters worse, authorities say, is a widespread case of "COVID-fatigue."
Prepare for a 'marathon' and two years of wearing masks to battle COVID-19, says prominent Spanish virologist
" "We will get over this in some years, but we don't have to expect this is going to be a hundred-meter run. It's going to be a marathon." " - Margarita del Val, virologist and immunologist, Spanish National Research Council The first full day of new coronavirus restrictions in Madrid looked like business as usual for the city's famed Gran Vía shopping avenue.
PARIS (AP) - French authorities placed the Paris region on maximum virus alert on Monday, banning festive gatherings and requiring all bars to close but allowing restaurants to remain open, as numbers of infections increased rapidly. Paris police prefect Didier Lallement announced the new restrictions would apply at least for the next two weeks.
WASHINGTON - Even as private companies rush to test a coronavirus vaccine and both federal and state governments prepare for a massive distribution effort, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautioned on Wednesday that mass vaccination of the American public is still many months away.
BORIS Johnson is to announce a 10pm closing time for pubs tomorrow, The Sun can reveal, as scientists increased the nation's alert level to FOUR. As part of a package of measures to be unveiled to tackle soaring Covid cases, the Prime Minister will slap a curfew on the hospitality industry and enforce patrols to make sure venues are obeying the "rule of six".
In a stunning revelation, a Chinese virologist has claimed that the coronavirus was created in a government-controlled laboratory in Wuhan, the original epicentre of the outbreak. The scientist also offered scientific evidence to back her claims. In an exclusive conversation with ''Loose Women'', a British talk show, scientist Dr Li-Meng Yan said she was assigned to investigate "new pneumonia" in Wuhan.
world Updated: Sep 14, 2020 15:14 IST Chinese virologist Dr Li-Meng Yan has claimed that the novel coronavirus was made in a government controlled laboratory in Wuhan and asserted that she has scientific proof to back the claim.
For years, Erin Whitehead has been a committed fan of the crisis-fueled medical drama "Grey's Anatomy." She has watched its doctors handle all manner of upheaval inside their put-upon hospital - terrifying diseases, destructive weather, bombs, mass shootings, mental illness, uncertainty, grief.
Clinical trials of one of the most advanced experimental Covid-19 vaccines resumed Saturday after a brief safety pause, as infection numbers continued to march upward in countries across the globe. The world's hopes for a reprieve from the pandemic were dealt a blow earlier in the week when pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca and Oxford University announced they had "voluntarily paused" their vaccine trial after a UK volunteer developed an unexplained illness.
The increase in deaths in New York City during the early months of the covid-19 pandemic rivals the death toll there at the peak of the 1918 flu pandemic, according to an analysis published Thursday.
NEW YORK - The coronavirus certainly offers no shortage of problems and repercussions in the present, but there's also no telling just long we'll all be feeling its effects in the coming years and months. Now, an unsettling new study using Google searches finds that the COVID-19 pandemic may cause a big suicide increase in the future.
NEW YORK (AP) - Riverdale Nursing Home in the Bronx appears, on paper, to have escaped the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, with an official state count of just four deaths in its 146-bed facility. The truth, according to the home, is far worse: 21 dead, most transported to hospitals before they succumbed.
'We're in for a bad and rocky ride:' Ex-WHO doctor who helped eradicate smallpox predicts COVID-19 turmoil for years
People will need a small yellow card at airports to show immunization against the COVID-19 virus. Schools, restaurants and sports stadiums will be equipped with quick, inexpensive testing stations for students and customers.
ANTHONY Fauci said the COVID-19 crisis will "continue for some time" in his latest disagreement with Trump, who said it would "disappear." On Friday, Fauci, CDC boss Robert Redfield and HHS Testing Czar Admiral Brett Giroir testified before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis in Washington DC.
Australia reported only a handful of new coronavirus cases in early June, while Hong Kong went three weeks without a single locally transmitted infection that month. Japan had already lifted a state of emergency in May after the number of new cases dropped to a few dozen nationwide.
At least 150 health experts are calling on government leaders to close and start over to help stop the spread of COVID-19. WASHINGTON - Some health experts are calling for another shut down in the U.S. as COVID-19 spreads throughout the country.
More than half of America is now on the tri-state quarantine list, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday, as COVID continues to surge virtually unabated across the country. A total of 31 states are now on the list, with 10 added and one removed.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered Monday all counties in the state to close indoor operations for a handful of businesses, including restaurants, bars, movie theaters and museums, as Covid-19 cases continue to climb. The order comes after Newsom previously ordered these businesses to close in counties on the state's "watch list."
Dr. Fauci says coronavirus surge 'way beyond worst spikes we've seen' as U.S. sets new single-day high
Dr. Anthony Fauci sounded the alarm Thursday morning after the number of new U.S. coronavirus infections diagnosed in a single day surged past 50,000 for the first time Wednesday, setting a new record for the total cases reported in 24 hours.
Americans' anxieties over the spread of the novel coronavirus have risen to the highest level in more than a month, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, as the number of cases surged across the country, pushing the death toll to more than 127,000 people.
Chelsea Alionar, a 37-year-old in Keizer, Ore., is going on more than 100 days of being sick, with a racing heart beat, chest pains and numbness. Emily Jensen, a 34-year-old surfer and runner in Minneapolis, says she now needs an inhaler just to walk up the stairs.
When she was first furloughed in March, Randee Heitzmann knew how to make ends meet. She deferred payments on her new Honda Civic, spent $3,000 in stimulus money and tax returns on other payments, and drained her savings.
Coronavirus. Massive unemployment. Murder hornets. Saharan dust... How could 2020 get any worse, you might ask. With record-breaking scorching heat. That's how. Meteorologists on Tuesday revealed that July could bring unusually hot temperatures for more than two-thirds of the continental U.S., possibly matching the historic levels seen in 2011 and 2012.
Arizona's Republican governor shut down bars, movie theaters, gyms and water parks Monday and leaders in several states ordered residents to wear masks in public in a dramatic course reversal amid an alarming resurgence of coronavirus cases nationwide.
California Governor Gavin Newsom shared the grim statistics and added that he may reinstate strict rules if necessary. In a Wednesday press conference, the governor said that the state reported the number of new COVID-19 cases as 4,230 on Sunday and 7,149 on Tuesday.
A second wave of the coronavirus would harm the public's mental health after people built up hope during the reopening of the country, psychologists say. "I think a second wave would be devastating for a lot of people," Dr. Crystal Park, professor of psychology at the University of Connecticut, told the Washington Examiner.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Utah and Oregon put any further reopening of their economies on hold amid a spike in coronavirus cases, but there was no turning back Friday in such states as Texas, Arkansas and Arizona despite flashing warning signs there, too.
NEW YORK (AP) - The city that never sleeps had a curfew for much of last week. Famous stores were boarded up after days of unrest. The lights are out on Broadway theaters, and the subway no longer runs overnight.
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- There were many missteps in the U.S. response to Covid-19, especially at the outset of the outbreak. One that stands out is the early choice to recommend against the widespread public use of masks by the Trump administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - and
As we continue to explore the background of the so-called health "experts" whom corporate media goliaths and government officials demand Americans cede their individual personal liberties to, we see the same tightly interwoven network time and again. Behind it all is an unceasing push for massive global vaccination by persons and organizations with strong ties to Big Pharma and Big Abortion.
Lockdown measures in New York City have been extended until May 28 under an executive order signed by state Governor Andrew Cuomo, leaving America's cultural and commercial capital wondering what its future holds. Cuomo signed the order Thursday night, a day before statewide lockdown orders were due to expire.
MUST WATCH: Tearful Nurse Blows Whistle on New York Hospitals 'Murdering' COVID Patients With 'Complete Medical Mismanagement'
A Nevada nurse who travelled to New York to help treat COVID-19 patients has posted a tearful Facebook Live video claiming that patients are not dying from the virus, but are being "murdered" by "gross negligence and complete medical mismanagement." Nicole Sirotek, a nurse from Elko, Nevada, was assigned to two different hospitals in New...
Dr David Nabarro said 'high hopes' for a Covid vaccine are likely to be 'dashed' Imperial College professor warned lockdowns could occur in future outbreaks Oxford University is racing to test a vaccine made from a chimpanzee virus UK Government is unveiling 'whack-a-mole' lockdown exit strategy to public Here's how to help people impacted by Covid-19 A professor at Imperial College London claims there may never be a coronavirusvaccine and that governments will be left to respond to future outbreaks of the pathogen with regional or national lockdowns.
Lifetime Lockdown? 40% Of Americans Will Avoid Public Spaces Long After Coronavirus Pandemic Ends - Study Finds
New survey reveals 16% of Americans aren't sure they'll ever be comfortable going out in public again. Nearly six in 10 adults say they're more concerned about their friends' and family's hygiene moving forward. One in four workers will leave their current job if their employer doesn't invest in stronger cleaning practices.
A frontline nurse working in New York on coronavirus patients claims the city is killing sufferers by putting them on ventilators, advocating against them The nurse persuaded a friend, a nurse practitioner who is not working on coronavirus patients, to make the video to get the word out 'It's a horror movie.
Coronavirus Toll: NYC's Cremation Backlog Blamed For Overwhelmed Funeral Homes, Dozens Of Found Corpses
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Mayor Bill de Blasio says the treatment of bodies at a Brooklyn funeral home is "unconscionable." Several dozen deceased were found in unrefrigerated rental trucks, and now reports say a backlog for cremation services may be partly to blame, reports CBS2's Tony Aiello.
It's been one month since every restaurant in New York City got turned into a ghost kitchen, and to a person observing from home, the industry seems to be adjusting to the COVID-19 shutdown. There are heartwarming reports of businesses pivoting to delivery and serving hospital workers, and customers waiting for their takeout are standing outside in an orderly fashion six-feet apart.
Some degree of social distancing may still be needed in the US until 2022 to prevent large outbreaks of coronavirus, according to a group of Harvard disease experts. Researchers from Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health made the unsettling prediction Tuesday in the journal Science.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A Charlotte woman hasn't left her house in more than three weeks, yet still tested positive for COVID-19 late Thursday. "I'm absolutely terrified," Rachel Brummert, who already has an autoimmune disorder, said. "This is the sickest I've ever been and it's the most scared I've ever been.
Our top medic tonight indicated life may not return to normal until a cure for Covid-19 is found. The Sunday People asked NHS England medical director Stephen Powis if some restrictions might still be needed 18 months from now. He said: "This was never going to be a sprint of a few weeks.
The Fourth of July is not for three months, but events associated with the federal holiday are already being canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. In the past 10 days, at least a half dozen Independence Day events have been scrapped across the nation, from Redwood City, California, to Southport, North Carolina, to Ithaca, New York.
The city has little choice but to bury Gotham's mounting coronavirus dead on Hart Island, a City Hall spokeswoman confirmed Thursday. "For decades, Hart Island has been used to lay to rest decedents who have not been claimed by family members.
New York state turned a crushing corner on Thursday as its total number of reported coronavirus cases surpassed those by any country other than the United States, including hard-hit Italy and China. The development came as both Gov.
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) is directing all grocery stores and food markets in the city to require customers to wear face masks before entering. The order, which Bowser released on Twitter Wednesday night and discussed during a news conference Thursday, also requires all farmers' markets in the city, including the D.C.
The battle to stop the coronavirus pandemic, fought with social distancing and enforced isolation, is taking a psychological toll that some officials warn could prompt another crisis, a mental-health one. Billions of people from the U.S. to Italy have been ordered to stay at home. Germany, Australia and the U.K.
An immune system gone haywire may be doing more damage than the coronavirus itself in patients with the severest forms of Covid-19, doctors and scientists say, a growing theory that could point the way to potential treatments.
"I believe that we're going to return to a semi-normal life at the end of May - Memorial Day," Dr. Orlowski said in an interview for a special coronavirus-focused episode of POLITICO's Women Rule podcast. "But the other thing that I would say is that we have to prepare ourselves to go through a similar exercise in the fall, in the late fall.
The coronavirus pandemic has obliterated the rhythms of the American workday. And yet, somehow, rush hour has survived. It happens on city sidewalks and suburban trails, especially on sunny days, beginning around 5 p.m., when the cooped-up folks working from home can finally shut their laptops and engage in their sole opportunity for outdoor exercise.
Nursing homes across the country have been in lockdown for weeks under federal orders to protect their frail, elderly residents from coronavirus, but a wave of deadly outbreaks nearly every day since suggests that the measures including a ban on visits and daily health screenings of staffers either came too late or were not rigorous enough.
A prestigious scientific panel told the White House Wednesday night that research shows coronavirus can be spread not just by sneezes or coughs, but also just by talking, or possibly even just breathing.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Americans to brace for a "hell of a bad two weeks" ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintained.
Social-distancing guidelines to stay 6 feet from others may be woefully inadequate, one scientist warns - saying the coronavirus can travel 27 feet and linger for hours. MIT associate professor Lydia Bourouiba, who has researched the dynamics of coughs and sneezes for years, warns in newly published research that the current guidelines are based on outdated models from the 1930s.
Every hospital bed in New York City may be converted to treat COVID-19 infected patients, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. "We project that potentially all of those beds, all 20,000, will have to be turned into intensive care beds to focus on COVID-19 patients who are really, really sick," de Blasio said on NBC's "Today" show Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - Mayor Muriel Bowser is threatening residents of Washington, DC, with 90 days in jail and a $5,000 fine if they leave their homes during the coronavirus outbreak. The threat of jail is alarming residents and civil libertarians who point out that at least five inmates tested positive for COVID-19 in the city's 1,700-inmate jail near Capitol Hill.
A supervisor urged surgeons at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in Manhattan to volunteer for the front lines because half the intensive-care staff had already been sickened by coronavirus. "ICU is EXPLODING," she wrote in an email.
Italy on Friday recorded the most daily deaths of any country since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and Spain had its deadliest day, as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson became the first major world leader to test positive.
Italy suffered more coronavirus-related victims than China with 4,825 confirmed deaths and 5,000 confirmed patients in the last 24 hours, Channel 12 reported on Sunday. Israeli doctor Gai Peleg, who is currently working to save lives in Parma, Italy, told Channel 12 that things are only getting worse as the number of patients keeps growing.
Close to one billion people worldwide were confined to their homes on Saturday as the global coronavirus death toll shot past 11,000 and US states rolled out lockdown measures already imposed across swathes of Europe. The pandemic has completely upended lives across the planet, restricting movement,
BERLIN (AP) - Streets, squares and highways were deserted in large parts of the world Saturday as curfews and lockdowns multiplied in the face of a rapidly advancing virus that is severely straining many health systems. Three American states with a combined population of 70 million are moving to restrict residents to their homes to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
As physicians across the country diagnose and care for a growing number of people with COVID-19, distinct patterns are emerging, giving clues about how the illness manifests in patients. Very often, people start off with minor physical complaints - slight cough, headache, low-grade fever - that gradually worsen.
Soldiers are being drafted in to help enforce the lockdown in Italy after the total number of deaths from Covid-19 in the European nation surpassed the toll in China, previously the deadliest center of the coronavirus outbreak.
Distressing footage shows the desperate scenes at an emergency ward in Italy as trolley-bound coronavirus patients wear 'plastic bubble' helmets and gasp for air as the country's spiralling death rate soared above China's With the Bergamo hospital's ICU completely full, medics - who are reportedly calling it 'the Apocalypse' - are seen dashing between patients amid the screech of air escaping tubes and alarms beeping trying to keep the infected alive.
Italy has just surpassed China for the most number of deaths related to coronavirus.
BAR and restaurant owners in New York could be arrested if they break Mayor de Blasio's strict coronavirus lockdown rules and open their doors to patrons. The action comes as New York City continues to roll out drastic measures to stop the continued spreading of COVID-19.
BRITS must stop going to the pub, should work from home and the over 70s should avoid others to stop the coronavirus outbreak, Boris Johnson has told the nation today. In a bombshell statement this afternoon he drastically ramped up Britain's battleplan - shutting down mass gatherings and urging everyone to stop non-essential travel and contact with others.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House on Monday urged all older Americans to stay home and everyone to avoid crowds and eating out at restaurants as part of sweeping guidelines meant to combat an expected surge of coronavirus cases. President Donald Trump and the coronavirus task force released the guidelines as the U.S.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump on Sunday called on people to stop hoarding groceries and other supplies as one of the nation's most senior public health officials urged Americans to act with more urgency to protect themselves and others against the coronavirus.
The few people still walking in Madrid's eerily empty parks on Monday were met by buzzing drones overhead, instructing them to: "Go home!"
Dr. Antony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, urged Americans to shut down more aggressively as the coronavirus spreads. On MSNBC's "Meet the Press" Mr. Fauci endorsed a 14-day "national shutdown" to help slow down the virus.
COLUMBUS (KDKA) - Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that he will be issuing an order to close all restaurants and bars beginning at 9:00 p.m. Sunday night. "I'm aware that this will impact many, many good workers," he said in a tweet. "I can't tell you how sorry I am, but we will work to mitigate the suffering.
French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced on Saturday that his country will increase social distancing to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump on Friday declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency, freeing up money and resources to fight the outbreak, and then threw his support behind an aid package in Congress that is on track to provide direct relief to Americans.
NATO Forces Move Into Central and Eastern Europe AND the Middle East
NATO mobilizes to protect Eastern Fringe against Russia. US-Led NATO Air War in the Middle East against Iran and Iranian Allies in Iraq and Syria.
It was my opinion on January 11, 2013, that NATO would enter the Syrian Civil War in March 2013 if chemical weapons were used by Assad. I projected the first use would occur in March 2013. First reports that chemicals were used came as predicted on March 19 after 25 people died and more than 110 others were injured in the town of Khan al-Asal in Aleppo. Sarin was the suspected agent. Assad blamed rebels for the chemical rocket attacks. The claim of chemical weapons being used could not be confirmed. Five months later, on August 21, 2013, 1,300 Syrian civilians died from sarin nerve gas outside of Damascus; another 3,600 fell seriously ill. NATO debated. The United Nations debated. The US debated. However, a NATO or even a US retaliation or air war failed to materialize. One of the greatest blunders of the Obama presidency was his unwillingness to act or rally support from NATO allies to end the conflict in the same manner as Bill Clinton mobilized NATO to end the war in Kosovo in 1999. US retaliation against Syria came late, not until the US missile strike on Shayrat Airbase on April 7, 2017. At that time, under President Donald Trump, the US officially entered the war in Syria.
So we once again find ourselves wondering if NATO will be rallied to enter the escalating hostilities in the Middle East being fueled by Iran on two fronts: one against Saudi Arabia and the United States in the Persian Gulf and Iraq and the other against Israel, with air attacks against the Jewish state being conducted by Iranian troops and proxies in Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon. It would require a dangerous escalation of conflicts with Iran in the region to bring about a NATO intervention. This almost occurred in early January when Trump ordered a missile strike against Iranian positions in Iraq, killing Qassem Soleimani the Head of Iran’s Elite Military Force. Iran retaliated five days later with missile attacks at US bases in Iraq. The crisis appeared that it would escalate into full-scale war, but Iran and the US both stepped down from further actions.
Almost anything could renew such tensions once again as air attacks happen on a fairly regular basis with Israel and in Iran's proxy war with Saudi Arabia in Yemen. Greece is already involved as it is arming Saudi Arabia with US Patriot missiles to be used against Iran. Iran has threatened Athens over this deployment. An unexpected development could occur as well: a few weeks ago Russian and US forces faced off when Russia attempted to capture a key Syrian oil field. Thus, we could see a US-Russian war suddenly materialize in the Middle East, pulling various countries in as allies on either side. That would almost assuredly pull in the NATO alliance. So might an all-out Arab-Israeli war the likes not seen since October 1973.
Why would NATO go to war in Eastern Europe this year? It is possible that Russia will invade another Eastern European country like it did Ukraine in 2014. Any nation that is restive with mass protests or revolution are possible targets. Currently, Serbia is one of these as protests in that country have been ongoing almost perpetually since 2017.
But if base 7 trends regarding the second war in Chechnya (1999-2000) hold true, Russia will wage a larger war with a country it has already invaded and waged war in in recent years. That could either be Georgia or Ukraine. Georgia is not on the current timeline, but will be in 2022. Ukraine, however, is, although 2021 would appear to be the actual year. But a repeat of the February 2014 invasion could certainly happen six to eight months early in 2020.
The overall target dating for NATO war in Europe is very soon: March 2020. But for the Middle East it is only a month later: April 2020.
If the current period of historical correction continues, these events may be stalled until May/June 2022.
Flood everything, to the Razée (Shaven Female) loss, theft of the wall, death, of all goods abundance:
Escape by mantle uncovered, new & old will be turned luck.
Base 7 dating: March 2020. This is NOW!
I can't specify what the danger is, but this is the base 7 anniversary of the attempted suicide of Sinéad O'Connor ... the most famous shaven-headed pop singer of all time. It was March 1999, a drug overdose. 21 years later and she has not only made great strides resurrecting her career, but is on TIME Magazine's cover for the 100 most influential women of the last century ... a major honor. I have always felt Nostradamus was writing about her, as Razée is spelled with a capital "R" (rendering "Shaven Female" or "Shaven Lady").
What is more he says she is wearing a "mantle" ... that is pretty close from his 16th Century perspective for the hijab which Sinéad has worn since converting to Islam. Who escapes is unclear, but if it is Sinéad she does so by removing the hijab to escape detection.
The danger appears to be linked to some natural disaster, a flood, which seems unlikely right now, but not later this spring. However there are ominous words included: "theft" (indicating another person is involved in whatever it is) and "death." Furthermore, who escapes and who dies is unclear. Thus, it does not appear to be suicide that threatens Sinéad, but murder ... and the murderer a thief.
It is not the first time a female star has been threatened or murdered by a thief: it happened 14 years ago when a thief named Diego Pillco murdered Indie film actress and director Adrienne Shelly. During a bungled burglary in her working studio apartment at Greenwich Village he was caught and confronted by the actress. During the ensuing argument, Pillco knocked her out, dragged her unconscious into the bathroom, and hanged her from a shower rod, making it appear to be a suicide. For a week that is what the media reported her death as being until police discovered sneaker prints in the bathtub.
Perhaps though this time around it is the bungling thief who is killed ... it is hard to say as the wording is, as often, cryptic.
There are two other base 7 anniversaries to beware: November 2036 and August 2038.
The Nothing Compares 2U singer sparked worries over her mental health and safety, after she expressed suicidal thoughts in a tweet shared on Sunday. The 53-year-old has since returned to Twitter, saying that she ‘lost the plot’.
Sinéad O'Connor will enter a year-long treatment program for trauma and addiction and has postponed her 2021 shows in order to do so, O'Connor announced.
Sinéad O'Connor has postponed her 2021 tour in order to enter a year-long treatment programme for trauma and addiction. Writing on Twitter, O'Connor said that 2020 had been the culmination of six years of suffering. She had this year become addicted to "a drug other than weed", which she has used for 34 years, after being profoundly affected by the death of "someone beloved".
Troubled singer Sinead O'Connor is taking a break from performing as she goes into a year-long rehabilitation programme. The Irish star, 53, told her fans she had to postpone gigs scheduled for 2021. She added: 'If I take this time to heal, I will be fit for a lifetime of touring.
A fabulous Sinead O'Connor mural in Dublin has gone viral, and it's easy to see why. Ireland's most brilliantly sorrowful singer, coupled with the heartbreaking notion of lamenting the loss of Ireland's most celebrated and (in)famous of pastimes, and the cold, hard fact that - simply put - nothing compares to the pub with yer pals.
Nothing compares to the mural-making talents of Dublin artist Emmalene Blake and we've made no secret of being fans of her previous works. Last week Emmalene showcased this brilliant Back to the Future piece and she's previously paid tribute in Tallaght to the likes of Tia and Tamera and Ariana Grande.
"Seven years before the Last Day the sea shall submerge Ireland in one inundation."
Presage 101 by Nostradamus may be about Sinead and others escaping this apocalyptic deluge.
Thousands Die When Massive Earthquake Devastates Sicily; Many More Missing, Injured, Dead from Tsunami
This will be a total seismic event. Not only will there be a powerful earthquake in April 2020, more powerful than the 7.1 that devastated the island in 1908, but the quake may also trigger a killer tsunami. The death toll could reach well into the thousands, with up to hal a million injured, missing, and homeless.
Two moderate earthquakes (the largest magnitude 4.8) occurred in Sicily in December 2018, set off by the rumbling eruption of Mt. Etna. Etna is one of the world's most active volcanoes and erupts a few times a year annually. A major earthquake nearby need not be linked to Etna, however. Mount Etna is one of the volcanoes Edgar Cayce warned would erupt massively prior to a future mega-earthquake in California.
1908 Messina earthquake
The base 7 precedent for this event is the 1908 Messina earthquake (also known as the 1908 Messina and Reggio earthquake) which occurred on December 28 in Sicily and Calabria, southern Italy with a magnitude of 7.1. The cities of Messina and Reggio were almost completely destroyed and between 75,000 and 82,000 lives were lost.
ROME - Italy's Mount Etna volcano has erupted again, mesmerizing people once again with its spectacular explosions. The volcano in eastern Sicily spewed out towering clouds of ash and lava stones on March 12. Footage by Giuseppe Distefano, who runs Etna Walk, shows the volcano sending a large gray plume of ash and lava into the Sicilian sky.
SICILY, Italy (KOLD News 13) - Explosions from Mount Etna, Europe’s largest active volcano, sent a 2.5 mile-high plume smoke into the sky Friday. The lava fountain originated from the south-eastern crater of Etna in the early morning and ended around noon, local time.
Europe’s tallest active volcano has been spewing lava for three weeks — and now its raining stones and ash on the villages
Italy’s famed active volcano, Etna, has been spewing lava for over three weeks. On Sunday, March 7, the fiery mountain on the eastern coast of Sicily let out its tenth big blast of the season since February 16. Only this time, it also rained down ash and small lava stones on the town nearby.
ROME (AP) — A particularly spectacular blast from Italy’s Mount Etna volcano belched out a towering cloud of ash and lava stone Sunday onto Sicilian villages, the latest in a series of explosions since mid-February.
A particularly spectacular blast from Italy’s Mount Etna volcano belched out a towering cloud of ash and lava stone Sunday onto Sicilian villages, the latest in a series of explosions since mid-February.
ROME (AP) — Mount Etna, Europe’s most active volcano, has awed even seasoned volcanologists in recent days with spectacular spurts of lava lighting up the Sicilian sky each night. The nearby Catania Airport closed temporarily, and residents of the town of Pedara said it appeared one day last week as if it were raining rocks as a thick blanket of ash covered the town.
PEDARA, Sicily -- Residents and municipal teams worked Wednesday to clean up a Sicilian village near Mount Etna after Europe’s most active volcano spewed lava, ashes and volcanic stones.
MULTIPLE earthquakes have hit Mount Etna as the volcano continues to see a flurry of activity. Etna, the highest and most active volcano in Europe, has been erupting spectacularly over the past few days. Images have shown lava oozing out of vents, while others show “fireworks” of explosions.
Europe’s largest active volcano has sent lava flowing towards the Valle del Bove after sudden activity. Two powerful lava arms emerged from the largest of Italy’s three active volcanoes, the Ingv of Catania reported.
Two Spectacular Comets For 2020
There is only one precedent for this double event: the spectacular appearance of Comet Arend-Roland in April and May of 1957 and the unexpected arrival of Comet Mrkos in August 1957. There have been no repeats of this phenomenon, not in 1964, 1971, 1978, 1985, 1992, 1999, or 2006. However, in 2013, there was a possibility of two bright comets during the same year: Comet PanSTARRS and Comet ISON, the latter being promoted as a possible "great comet."
PanSTARRS performed very well for southern hemisphere viewers, an extremely bright and dazzling comet if you lived in New Zealand or Australia. However, it did not perform as well as it was expected to in northern skies. Being a wintry March that year in many US states, the skies were often overcast and impossible to view anything. Besides it was only at magnitude +3.5 for those who could see. And when it was supposedly "visible" at +3.5, many would-be comet watchers reportedly just couldn't see it even when they were looking in the right part of the sky. When the comet reached its brightest, +1.0 magnitude rather than the much brighter anticipated -4.0, it was on the horizon and too close to sunset to really make out for most people. So it was something of a fizzle for northern viewers.
So here we are in 2020, seven years later, nothing in the news indicating any surprise comets coming our way, nothing by astronomers expected for the entire year. Still, the event of 1957 is likely to repeat again some day as 2013 almost demonstrated.
So we wait for the unlikely but not impossible this coming year: April 2020 and August 2020, with a conditional vector due to the influence of Comet ISON for the second surprise comet to arrive instead in November or December 2020, remaining visible into January or February 2021.
COMET F3 NEOWISE
May 16, 2020: It will approach to Sun down to 0.3 a.u. on July 3, and it is expected to brighten up to 2.5 mag ... In the Northern Hemisphere, it is not observable now. It will appear in the evening sky at 3-4 mag in mid July (Northern Hemisphere), then it stays observable while getting fainter.
June 11, 2020: Yet another fizzle. Peak magnitude, despite optimistic projects, was never better than 5.2 ... very faint, and that was in the southern hemisphere. Frankly, I'm perplexed. There is a pandemic reminiscent of the 1957-58 Asian Flu raging this year. COVID-19 began being reported before I had a chance to warn we would be repeating the 1957 killer virus. Still, it is a repeat. And one of the other major events of that year was the double, cosmic spectacular of Comet Arend-Roland in April and May of 1957 and the unexpected arrival of Comet Mrkos in August 1957. They didn't fizzle, why did Atlas and Swan? Of course, there is still NEOWISE F3, but trying to get information or reports on it is like yanking teeth ... it's as if the search engines are conspiring to hide it. Or maybe astronomers are afraid it will fizzle too, so they are keeping it under wraps until late June (as it is supposed to blaze in at magnitude 2.5 in early July).
NEOWISE is still in the southern hemisphere, but not for long. Beginning on July 6 and it should enter the northern hemisphere and be seen above the northeastern horizon before dawn. Depending on which source you believe, it should either be holding at magnitude 2 or 3 OR may be as bright as magnitude 0.8. 0.8 is VERY BRIGHT. We will see.
There are also reports that NEOWISE has developed a second tail (like Hale-Bopp did in 1997).
I have not seen it. The weather has been intolerable here with index temp values of 100 F. due to the heat wave. I have no air conditioning and live in an upstairs apartment. Comets have not been a major priority. Besides even on clear days, there's been a lot of cloud activity around dusk and dawn and now the thunderstorms and rains will move in to cool things down. Not good comet-viewing weather. Hopefully in a few days the skies will be clear and I can try to find it at last light. But the media and amateur astronomers, and the public, say it all whether I actually see it or not. One comet down and one to go!
It's actually the brightest comet in 23 years, since Comet Hale-Bopp in 1997, according to NASA. Soon it will be seen in the northwestern sky after sunset, and it will appear to zoom just below the Big Dipper.
To see the comet, start looking about one hour after sunset, when you’ll find it just over the northwest horizon as the last of twilight fades into darkness, according to Sky & Telescope. Look about three fists below the “bowl” of the Big Dipper, which is hanging by its handle high above, and perhaps a little to the right, the website said.
July 24, 2020: Comet NEOWISE is now being classified as a "typical naked-eye comet," but not a "great comet." Its magnitude is between 1 and 2 (but already beginning to fade). Compare that to Hale-Bopp in 1997, which reached magnitude -1. That's nearly THREE magnitudes BRIGHTER, which made it an EASY naked-eye object. You didn't have to search for it, in other words, even in a partially cloudy sky ... IT FOUND YOU. No visible Northern Hemisphere comet has performed like that ever since, including NEOWISE. And some astronomers argue that even Hale-Bopp was not a "great comet" but that the last one was Comet West in 1976 (44 years ago) ... a comet few saw because it got next to no reporting by the news media: a result of the great disappointment a few years earlier when Comet Kohoutek, which had the makings of a "great comet", fizzled.
Comet McNaught of 2007 and Comet Lovejoy of 2011 were both great comets. Unfortunately, they were seen mainly from Earth’s Southern Hemisphere.
When I post predictions for major naked-eye comets, I am writing to the Northern Hemisphere audience, because it is our part of the world that has been getting passed over time and again from seeing naked-eye comets during this century, whether "typical comets" or "great comets." The last "typical comet" I saw in the northern hemisphere with my own eyes, without binoculars, was Comet Holmes in autumn 2007. But I still had to use binoculars to make sure that the faint, fuzzy ball I saw was indeed a comet. The skies were clear, which helped a lot, I was in the outskirts, and light pollution wasn't nearly as bad as it is today. Even though it was only magnitude 3, it was high in the sky near the constellation Perseus. Comets that well-placed are easier to see even if they are faint.
Where I live it has been a largely muggy, rainy mess weather-wise day after day, night after night, with lots of clouds, and on the few clearer, drier days, cloud formations hugging the northwest sky at sunset. I give up ... I'll never see this comet however many millions saw it in other parts of the United States. The only way I'll see one around here is if it is AT LEAST as bright as Hale-Bopp was.
A typical comet!
How bright is Comet NEOWISE? In early July, reports began indicating that Comet NEOWISE has a visual magnitude between 1 and 2. If you know the magnitude scale, where smaller numbers indicate brighter objects, that may sound very bright! However, stars are pinpoints of light, whereas the light of comets is diffuse (spread out). So, for comets, a magnitude of 1 or 2 is fainter than it would be for a star of equal magnitude. The reason is, the comet’s light is distributed over a relatively wide area, instead being concentrated in a single point.
Is Comet NEOWISE a great comet? There’s no strict definition for great comet, but most agree that Hale-Bopp – widely seen by people in 1997 – was one. NEOWISE is nowhere near as bright as Hale-Bopp was. Unlike Hale-Bopp, NEOWISE will never be easily visible to the eye. So it’s not a great comet.
Bright generally means as bright as Venus or brighter. Hale-Bopp was not quite that bright. Some great comets are visible in daylight, but Hale-Bopp was not.
Finally, probably, we have to concede that Hale-Bopp straddles the edge of greatness.
There is certainly a recent trend towards the Southern Hemisphere for great comets. The data reveal that the long-term trend for both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres is a great comet every 25 to 40 years.
But, if you discount Hale-Bopp, then the last great comet for the Northern Hemisphere was Comet West, 44 years ago. Even if you consider Hale-Bopp as great, 23 years have passed.
A new comet is on its way in toward the sun, with prospects that it may become bright enough to see with the unaided eye by year's end. The object in question is Comet Leonard, catalogued C/2021 A1 and was discovered by astronomer Gregory J. Leonard on Jan. 3 at the Mount Lemmon Observatory, also known as the Mount Lemmon Infrared Observatory.
Officially named C/2021 A1, Leonard is one of the most promising space snowballs of this young year. Comet Leonard was discovered by its namesake Greg Leonard, a senior research specialist at the University of Arizona, via the Mount Lemmon Observatory on Jan. 3.
Should We Get Ready For Another Naked-Eye ‘Comet Of The Century?’ ‘Comet Leonard’ Just Appeared From Nowhere
Hot on the heels of last summer’s Comet NEOWISE it’s looking like the northern hemisphere might just get another bright comet in 2021. Discovered last week, new images of Comet Leonard appear to show the dusty visitor to the Solar System already has a bright nucleus and a tail.
Exciting news! A newly found comet might become 2021’s brightest comet. Astronomer Greg Leonard discovered the comet that now bears his name – C/2021 A1 (Leonard) – on January 3, 2021 at the Mount Lemmon Observatory in Arizona. Astronomers report that discovery images show a tail for the comet, suggesting we might see a nice tail as Comet Leonard draws closer to the Earth and sun. The comet is still far away ...
This week it's the peak of the Perseid meteor shower, that time of the year when a lot of stargazers in the northern hemisphere get outside hoping for "shooting stars." In 2020 the Perseids peak on the nights of Tuesday, August 11 into Wednesday, August 12, and Wednesday, August 12 into Thursday, August 13.
If you're yet to find Comet NEOWISE with your own eyes you're leaving it really late. Now well past its best, the icy intruder from the outer Solar System has been a sparkling sight in the night skies for the last month or so. However, it is still visible.
Comet NEOWISE has turned out to be the most photogenic since Comet Hale-Bopp in 1997, but if you're having trouble finding it with your naked eyes, you're not alone. No matter how many star-charts you consult, finding this icy visitor from the outer Solar System is not as easy as it should be.
The brightest comet to appear in Northern Hemisphere skies in nearly a quarter of a century will soon be ending its run as a naked-eye object. Comet NEOWISE (aka C/2020 F3) was discovered on March 27 by astronomers during the NEOWISE mission, which used NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) space telescope to look for near-Earth objects, like asteroids and comets.
If you want to find it the old-fashioned way, just orient yourself to face the northwest and look for the Big Dipper. Neowise should appear below the bottom left corner of the Big Dipper's bowl, just above the horizon. As the comet moves away from Earth, it will move closer to the constellation Leo.
CLOSE MANSFIELD - Skywatchers should be able to catch a glimpse of the recently discovered Comet NEOWISE for the rest of July. Dan Everly, the president of Warren Rupp Obseveratory, has been monitoring the comet's progress. "In a telescope you can see one heck of a nice tail on it," he said.
Comet NEOWISE has been entertaining space enthusiasts across the Northern Hemisphere. Although its official name is C/2020 F3, the comet has been dubbed NEOWISE after the Near-Earth Object Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) space telescope that first noticed it earlier this year.
Comet Neowise is the brightest space iceball to fly by Earth since at least 1997, NASA says, and it's been putting on a show in the evening sky, sending hopeful astrophotographers out into the dark.
MARYLAND - The recently discovered comet Neowise, the brightest to appear in a quarter-century, will be visible in the skies above Maryland for the next couple of weeks. Catch it now, because it's not due to return for 6,800 years.
MELBOURNE, Fla. - Sky-gazers are marveling, getting a glimpse of a comet that won't come our way for another 7,000 years. What You Need To Know Comet NEOWISE can be seen pre-dawn, post-sunset Comet is bright enough to see with the naked eye, says professor Many are getting the experience of a lifetime, like Florida Tech senior astronomy and physics major Maria Galvez.
If urban light pollution a problem where you live, you may have a difficult time spotting the comet with your eyes, but if you have a pair of binoculars you should be able to see it. Virtual Comet Viewing From Chabot Space & Science Center Chabot Space & Science Center will hold a virtual presentation and Q&A featuring comet NEOWISE at 8 p.m.
An amazing comet that thrilled early-morning stargazers earlier this month is now visible in the evening sky, and it's a sight you won't want to miss. After all, this comet won't be back for 6,800 years, NASA says. Comet NEOWISE can now be seen just after sunset for observers in the Northern Hemisphere, according to NASA.
These stunning pictures captured Comet Neowise soaring through the sky. Here's how you can see it for yourself
A three-mile wide comet named "NEOWISE" has lit up the skies, wowing people across the globe.
"The early reviews are in," Space.com said. "Comet Neowise is a hit." Neowise is one of the few comets visible to the unaided eye this century. The best days to view the comet during the evening will come during the July 14-19 time frame.
The early reviews are in: Comet NEOWISE is a hit! Those who have gotten up before sunrise to gaze into the twilight skies have been greeted by the best comet performance for Northern Hemisphere observers since the 1997 appearance of Comet Hale-Bopp. Indeed, NEOWISE (catalogued C/2020 F3), emphatically ended the nearly quarter-century lack of spectacular comets.
For not the first time in 2020, space enthusiasts are getting excited about a comet. Only this time, the comet is not breaking hearts by fading before it can be seen with the naked eye. Comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE -- or, simply, Comet NEOWISE -- made its closest approach to the sun on July 3.
Hide Transcript Show Transcript WARM DAY WITH WARMER DAYS AHEAD. I WANT TO TALK ABOUT SOMETHING GOING ON IN THE SKY. THERE IS A NEW COMMENT. -- COMET. THIS WAS SHOT IN THE AUBURN AREA . JOE SENT IT IN TO SHARE WITH US.
A comet has suddenly become visible to the unaided eye. Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) was discovered in late March and brightened as it reached its closest approach to the Sun, inside the orbit of Mercury, late last week. The interplanetary iceberg survived solar heating, so far, and is now becoming
The comet made an appearance in the skies above Seattle Wednesday. The comet will be visible in the sky before sunrise all July long. SEATTLE - Wake up early to see a rare sight in the night sky during the month of July!
A newly-discovered comet dubbed NEOWISE will be visible this week to the naked eye. It's the first visible comet of 2020.
TORONTO -- Early risers in the northern hemisphere will be treated to a view of a recently identified comet, which has suddenly become visible to the unaided eye, as it hurtles towards Earth. Comet NEOWISE - technically called C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) - was first discovered on March 27 by the Near Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) space telescope launched by NASA in 2009.
If you can wake up (very) early in the morning, you have a chance to see a rare celestial event with the naked eye. Over the past few days, the " surprise" comet Neowise, and its brilliant tail, has become visible in the Bay Area just before sunrise.
Utah's early risers may have noticed a special visual surprise near the northern horizon in the form of a comet. While you were setting off fireworks, the comet NEOWISE was trying to hold it together and survive its closest encounter with the sun on July 3.
Ready for one more? 2020 has thus far offered up a steady celestial parade of binocular comets, including C/2019 Y1 and Y4 ATLAS, 2017 T2 PanSTARRS, and 2019 U6 Lemmon. Now, we have one more inner solar system interloper from the Oort Cloud with potential: C/2020 F3 NEOWISE.
Comet Neowise may light up skies in July enabling skygazers to watch spectacle with naked eyes, predict experts
Space enthusiasts are in for a treat this July. A comet named Neowise is likely to light up the skies as it moves toward the sun. And astronomers predict that people might be able to view the space object with naked eyes. Currently, the comet is about 220,868,305 kilometers away from the Earth.
A recently discovered comet known as NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) is speeding towards the sun in its orbit around our star, and some astronomers are predicting it may become visible to the naked eye by early July.
This year has seen two comets making their way through the solar system, only to disintegrate as they approached the Sun. Comet ATLAS and Comet SWAN made headlines this year as astronomers spotted the bright space rocks making their way towards the Sun.
I don't expect you to believe me at this point, but there is another newly discovered comet that has the potential to put on quite a show in the next few weeks. Comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE (or just Neowise, for short) is the third comet this year to be discovered by astronomers, who say it could become visible to the naked eye and perhaps be even brighter.
Astronomers confirmed that the comet known as SWAN is dying Comet SWAN's brightness decreased after it flew close to the Sun Despite the comet's decreased brightness, its tail is still visible Astronomers observing the comet known as SWAN confirmed that the icy cosmic object is dying.
Here's how, where, and when to see the new bright comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) in the sky in 2020. Although three promising comets - 2I/Borisov, C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS), and C/2020 F8 (SWAN) - have already disintegrated this year, observers can hope for a positive outcome for another bright comet - NEOWISE (C/2020 F3).
Newly discovered Comet SWAN is now VISIBLE from Earth, but facing fight for its life as it nears the Sun
Astronomers keeping a close eye on the newly discovered Comet SWAN have discovered that it faces a fight for survival as it nears the Sun. But it's good news for skywatchers, as the space rock is more beautiful than before.
It's been a busy spring for skywatchers in Arizona. There have been supermoons, meteor showers, and highly visible flyovers by the International Space Station taking place in the heavens. Now, the cosmos has gifted us with the chance to have a cometary encounter between now and the end of the month.
Rise an hour before the Sun on Monday, look low on the northeast horizon, use binoculars, be patient. That's how you'll see Comet SWAN-the probable "comet the year"-which is now visible from the northern hemisphere low in the northeast just as nautical dawn is beginning.
Comet Swan has already passed Earth by, but its journey toward the sun could make it more spectacular. It's the latest comet teasing skywatchers with its magnificent tail, which is some 10 million miles (16 million kilometers) long. Comet Atlas seemed to be a big deal earlier this year before it broke up and fizzled out.
Keen amateur stargazers are in for a treat from tonight as a recently discovered comet comes into view. Comet Swan boasts an 11 million mile-long and will be visible to everyone without the need for expensive equipment.
The comets "Swan" (C / 2020 F8) and "Neowise" (C / 2020 F3) are the new hopes of the comet watchers: will they become visible to the naked eye? The comets "Swan" (C / 2020 F8) and "Neowise" (C / 2020 F3) are the new hopes of the comet watchers: will they become visible to the naked eye?
COMET C/2020 F3
May reach magnitude 2.5 or 3, perihelion on July 3, 2020
I visually observed the comet prior to moonrise using a pair of 25x100mm binoculars and estimated it at magnitude 10.0. The comet is well on track to reaching naked eye visibility during July.
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May 6, 2020: Yet another recent comet discovery has bright prospects. Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) was found in March by NASA's NEOWISE project, the asteroid-hunting division of the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission. It currently glows at magnitude 11 with a strongly condensed coma 5' across. The new object is scooting north from Lepus into Orion and only visible in the Southern Hemisphere for the moment. It will disappear in the solar glare in early June and then return to the dawn sky in Auriga for Northern Hemisphere observers in July. Although the comet will remain low in morning twilight, it's expected to reach magnitude 3 or 3.5 by mid-July as it works its way from Lynx to Ursa Major.
Submission Statement: "Newly discovered comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE is projected to cross the ecliptic plane in late June, one month after the tails of ATLAS and SWAN might cross, possibly scattering debris across the ecliptic plane."
"How does it interact with the remnants of the other two comets? Your guess is as good as mine."
"Meanwhile, the rich are flying to New Zealand in their private jets, to hide in their bunkers."
It's looking to be a season for comets teasing skywatchers with their magnificent tails. Comet Atlas seemed to be a big deal earlier this year before it broke up and fizzled out. But just as that promising space snowball was cracking up, Comet C/2020 F8 Swan was discovered in late March.
Astronomers monitoring Comet C/2020 F8 (SWAN) spotted a powerful outburst from the comet on May 5. Such outbursts usually indicate a fragmentation, but scientists are hopeful that this could just be a volatile comet. The comet is approaching Earth an...
It's looking to be a season for comets teasing skywatchers with their magnificent tails like elusive cosmic peacocks. Comet Atlas seemed to be a big deal earlier this year before it broke up and fizzled out. But just as that promising space snowball was cracking up, Comet C/2020 F8 SWAN was discovered in late March.
Comet Atlas is no more-but Comet Swan appears ready to takeover the title of "best naked eye comet of 2020." The Hubble Space Telescope this week published these images, which appear to show Comet Atlas breaking apart into more than two dozen chunks: So it seems that Comet Atlas-officially known as C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS)-is no more.
(Image: © NASA/ESA/Ye (UMD)) Skywatchers had high hopes that a comet called ATLAS would light up the night sky this spring, with forecasts suggesting it could become bright enough to see with the unaided eye. Instead, the icy object crumbled to pieces - but it's still putting on a spectacular show for scientists.
Just before the calendar flipped over to 2020, Comet ATLAS appeared and began to surprise astronomers by how quickly it was brightening. While cautious with projections, some scientists said ATLAS could become visible to the naked eye. That assessment was encouraged in part by it taking the same orbit as the Great Comet of 1844.
At the moment a promising comet is fading, a newly discovered cosmic snowball has been spotted in an outburst phase, giving us a bright new distraction from dark days here on planet Earth.
Comet ATLAS was discovered due to its increasing brightness Astronomers confirmed that ATLAS has started to break apart The comet might completely break apart before reaching the Sun Astronomers from different parts of the world have confirmed that the comet flying towards Earth has started to break apart.
Comet Atlas has the potential to put on one of the best shows by a melting space snowball in years, but there's some early indications that it might be breaking up early and cruising towards a spectacular fizzling instead.
Comet ATLAS probably won't be visible from Earth with the naked eye now as astronomers think it's disintegrating
The comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) has been fading in brightness in the past few days as it approaches the sun, sparking concerns that it could be disintegrating. The object, which was only discovered on December 29, 2019, has garnered a lot of attention recently, with many in the astronomy community hoping that it would become the brightest comet for more than 20 years.
Comet ATLAS was first discovered in December 2019 The comet will approach Earth in May Astronomers believe the comet is fragmenting Astronomers revealed that the massive comet that's approaching Earth might be breaking apart. According to their data, the comet, which could be bright enough to be spotted by the human eye, is starting to fade.
A sky show may just be the thing we need in a few weeks and Comet Atlas is expected to deliver.
A massive comet which is about half the size of the sun, will be visible in the skies above England this month. Comet Atlas, which is five times the size of Jupiter, will be visible from Earth throughout April. By the end of the month, it should appear in the sky brighter than Venus.
If you're a fan of stargazing, make sure you keep an eye to the skies this month. An enormous green comet is brightening rapidly, and could become visible to the naked eye by the end of April. The comet, called Atlas, was first discovered back in December, and is roughly five times the size of Jupiter.
A comet speeding towards the inner solar system could become one of the brightest objects in the night sky, promising the most dramatic display of its kind in decades. Astronomers believe that Comet Atlas, which in one month has grown 4,000 times brighter than when it was first spotted, has the potential to become "the comet of a generation" if it maintains its composition.
Comet Atlas is racing toward the inner solar system, and it could become the brightest comet seen in the night sky in over two decades. The comet, discovered by an observatory designed to protect Earth from asteroids, may even be visible during the day just two months from now.
A newly discovered comet known as C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) is making its way toward our sun and is rapidly increasing in brightness. Astronomers spotted the comet on December 28, 2019, using the ATLAS (Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System) robotic astronomical survey system in Hawaii, hence the name.
War in Kashmir
India and Pakistan have fought two major wars on the current timeline: one in December 1971 and the other in May-July 1999 (28, 4 x 7, years apart). The highest casualties that resulted from any of the military confrontations fought between India and Pakistan, including one in 1947 and another in 1965, occurred during the brief 1971 war. As in 1971, it seems likely that Pakistan will launch the opening attack using its air forces, probably in Kashmir and perhaps also in other places. As was the case in 1999, the danger of conflict turning into a mutual nuclear holocaust between both nations is even greater now than in the past.
Ironically, with all eyes on the Middle East, especially Iran, Iraq, Syria, Israel, and Saudi Arabia, threats from North Korea and China, protests continuing in Serbia (since 2017), and fighting continuing in eastern Ukraine (since 2014), it may well be that a back door to World War III will be opened in South-Central Asia, with India and Pakistan fighting a full scale war over Kashmir, one that turns nuclear. In little time China, Afghanistan and North Korea would side with Pakistan and Russia or the US (or both) would side with India. I suppose that is the only good news: most likely Russia and the US would be allies in such a war and not adversaries. But the Chinese and North Korean nuclear arsenals would cause horrific damage to both countries all the same.
If the current period of historical correction continues, this event may be stalled until July 2022.
A Pakistani soldier was killed in border clashes with Indian forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir on Thursday, Pakistan’s military has said. The soldier was killed in Satwal sector on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control (LoC), the de facto border that divides Kashmir into two parts controlled by Pakistan and India.
A civilian has been killed and three others wounded by Indian shelling in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, Pakistan’s military has said. A 50-year-old woman died and the other civilians – including a four-year-old child – were wounded in the incidents in the Tatta Pani and Jandrot areas on Tuesday, as tensions remained high between the South Asian neighbours in the disputed region.
Islamabad, Pakistan – Two Pakistani soldiers were killed in an exchange of fire with Indian troops at the heavily militarised Line of Control (LoC) in the disputed mountainous territory of Kashmir, Pakistan’s military said.
Ahead of the sixth phase of the District Development Council elections in Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistani troops Saturday carried out “intense” mortar shelling along the Line of Control in Poonch district’s Balakot.
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan said Wednesday that two of its soldiers had been killed in "intense" military clashes with India in disputed Kashmir. In a late-night statement, military spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar accused Indian forces of initiating the fighting in violation of a cease-fire on the so-called Line of Control, which splits Kashmir between the two nuclear-armed rival countries.
T HE "LINE OF CONTROL" ( Lo C) that wends across the rugged valleys of the former princely state of Jammu & Kashmir is something of a bellwether. It marks the spot Indian and Pakistani forces had reached when they agreed on a ceasefire in their war over Kashmir in 1948.
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - Pakistan and rival India say fierce military clashes across their frontier in disputed Kashmir have killed at least 13 people and wounded many more on both sides, with each country accusing the other of initiating the fight.
Civilians among those killed and injured in cross-border fighting in the disputed Kashmir region.
1 min read Shaswati Das . Updated: 10 Apr 2020, 09:12 PM IST India has carried out precision targeting of gun areas, terrorist launch pads and ammunition in response to unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Keran sector India's reaponse comes in the wake of increased ceasefire violations by Pakistan
Indian and Pakistani troops in disputed Kashmir are engaged in their most frequent cross-border fighting for at least two years, official data shows, even as the nuclear-armed rivals battle surging coronavirus outbreaks. Indian Army data reviewed by Reuters news agency shows 411 ceasefire violations by Pakistan's military in March, the highest number in a single month since at least 2018.
Nine rebels and an Indian soldier have been killed in two separate gun battles in the disputed Kashmir region, an Indian army official has said. Indian soldiers killed five suspected fighters along the highly militarised de facto front line in Keran sector on Sunday as an armed group infiltrated from the Pakistani side of Kashmir into the Indian-administered part, said Colonel Rajesh Kalia, an Indian army spokesman.
Second Korean War Becomes
"Half World War"
Alois Irlmaier ~
The "Great City" of the United States (NYC) will be destroyed by rockets, and the West Coast will be invaded by Asians, but they will be beaten back ... Immediately the revenge comes across the large water. However, the yellow dragon invades Alaska and Canada simultaneously ...
After combat and naval battle, the great Neptune at his highest belfry: The Red adversary
will become pale with fear, placing the great Ocean into terror.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may order an invasion of South Korea and Japan, launching missiles at Seoul and Tokyo. South Korea, Japan, and the US may respond by sending naval and air forces to the region. The US would probably launch a number of SLBMs at North Korea, possibly nuclear-armed ones, destroying Pyongyang and other cities. Because of this, China and possibly Russia would then enter the war as an ally of North Korea. Needless to say, if China enters the war it will also overrun Taiwan and the Spratly islands currently in dispute.
Nostradamus predicts that the "great Ocean" will be placed "into terror" by an enemy associated with the color red ("communism"). If the great Ocean is the Pacific Ocean, then the enemy will come from North Korea or China or both.
Nostradamus, Quatrain 10.42 ~
The human realm of Angelique nativity
Will cause her realm to hold to peace and union:
Captive half-war held in its enclosure,
For long will it cause them to maintain peace.
Angelique is also a first name similar to Angela and Angelina (possible female president?).
The June 2020 dating may be further altered by my March 2016 prediction of an invasion of South Korea happening by November 2017 that seemingly "failed" but is actually still tardy by 2 years and 2 months (and counting a few months more possibly). In that particular scenario, the precedent was established by the North Korean artillery attack on Yeonpyeong Island in November 2010, seven years earlier. I had accurately predicted the 2010 attack on the island back in November 2008.
Thus, this projected June 2020 event could occur as early as January 2020.
Hopefully this period of base 7 correction will stall such a war until either March or August 2022 ... if it happens at all.
Once again, it being the 70th anniversary of the Korean War this year must not be overlooked, even if nothing (hopefully) should come of it.
Editor's Note: We have added '' as a new feature because . . . Drudge has gone away.] North Korea used the Oct. 10 parade to mark the 79th Anniversary of its North Korean Workers Party dictatorship to reveal its latest and largest intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), carried by the world's largest missile transporter-erector-launcher (TEL).
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea on Sunday urged North Korea to commit to its past disarmament pledges while expressing concerns over the North's unveiling of a suspected new long-range missile during a military parade.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea unveiled previously unseen intercontinental ballistic missiles at an unprecedented predawn military parade on Saturday that showcased the country's long-range weapons for the first time in two years. Analysts said the missile, which was shown on a transporter vehicle with 11 axles, would be one of the largest road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) in the world if it becomes operational.
North Korea Reportedly Spotted Moving Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Amid Donald Trump's Hospitalization
If reports are to be believed, North Korea is on the move with their ballistic missiles while Donald Trump is busy battling COVID-19. According to South Korean and U.S. intelligence sources in The Korea Herald, the DPRK is moving four of its mobile ICBM launchers to an auto plant outside of [...]
A South Korean official has been shot dead and burned by North Korean troops, the South's defence ministry said, condemning the "brutal act". Seoul said the man, who worked for the fisheries department, disappeared from a patrol boat near the border and was later found in the North's waters.
North Korea has up to 60 nuclear weapons and a 5,000-tonne stockpile of chemical weapons, according to the US Army. The calculations were made last month in a report by the US Department of the Army, called North Korean tactics.
North Korea's embassy in Moscow has threatened to use its nation's nuclear weapons against the United States in what they claim would be "a particularly sensational event," a Russian state-owned news agency reports.
June 18 (UPI) -- North Korea's military appeared to be moving to the frontlines near the South as a U.S. reconnaissance plane flew over the peninsula, following days of threats and provocations from Pyongyang.
North Korea has pledged to redeploy troops into demilitarized areas near its border with South Korea, a day after it blew up a liaison office in a provocation that has markedly increased tensions between the two arch-rivals.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un threatened military action against South Korea as she bashed Seoul on Saturday over declining bilateral relations and its inability to stop activists from floating anti-Pyongyang leaflets across the border.
Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, on Saturday slammed South Korea as "the enemy" and said Seoul would soon witness the collapse of a "useless" liaison office in the border town of Kaesong.
Update at 11:00 KST on Sunday: this article has been updated to include responses from South Korea's government North Korea's next move in retaliation for South Korea's failure to stop activists sending anti-regime leaflets into its territory will be entrusted to the Chief of the Staff of the army, top official Kim Yo Jong said ...
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Domestic and international pressures resulting from the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) requirement to affirm its internal dictatorship, subordinate Asian countries and supplant the global authority of the United States, are creating conditions for kinetic conflict. War could break out on one or three fronts: Hong Kong, the Taiwan Strait and the Korean Peninsula.
Tensions between the two Koreas have recently escalated after North Korean soldiers fired shots at a South Korean guard post in the Demilitarized Zone at the weekend. South Korean troops fired back warning shots, but no casualties were reported. On Wednesday, Seoul authorised military exercises, that were carried out by the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) Air Combat Command.
North and South Korea have exchanged gunfire in the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) which divides the two countries. Seoul's military said shots from the North hit a guard post in the central border town of Cheorwon. It said it returned fire and delivered a warning announcement.
North Korean troops fired multiple gunshots towards the South in the Demilitarized Zone dividing the peninsula on Sunday, prompting South Korean forces to fire back, Seoul said.
South Korean officials said their troops exchanged fire with North Korea on Sunday morning along the tense land border dividing the two countries. North Korean troops fired several bullets at a South Korean guard post inside the heavily fortified border between the countries, the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Seoul said in a text to NBC News.
Husband and Wife Death: A Murder-Suicide
or an Accident?
This is a different timeline Kennedy appears in, one in which the wife, and possibly other family members, dies with her husband. For major male celebrities, this has only happened twice in recent memory: in 1978 and again in 1999 ... 21 (3 x 7) years apart. The next vector should be July 2020.
The first case involved Hollywood legend Gig Young and his new wife, 31-year-old German magazine editor Kim Schmidt. On October 19, 1978, three weeks after his marriage to Schmidt, the couple were found dead. Police surmised that Young shot his wife and then himself. The murder-suicide was carried out with a Smith & Wesson .38-calibre revolver. Young shot his wife through the head and then shot himself through the roof of his mouth in what appeared to be a suicide pact. After an investigation, police stated Young had acted on the spur of the moment and his actions were not planned. His motive remains unclear.
21 years later famed financier and magazine publisher John F. Kennedy Jr., son of the assassinated US president, was killed on the night of July 16, 1999, along with his wife Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette when his plane inexplicably nosedived into the cold Atlantic waters off the coast of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. The National Transportation Safety Board determined that the crash probably happened after Kennedy, who was inexperienced at flying his plane alone at night, became disoriented in haze.
Some conspiracy theorists claim the accident was a murder. One recent Facebook post declared "JFK Jr was declared the frontrunner for the NY Senate seat in 1999. Days later his plane crashed, making Hillary Clinton the newly elected senator." This statement has since been labeled "false" by PolitiFact although the murder conspiracy theory was treated quite seriously in the book JFK JR Murdered: Cover-up & Conspiracy to Kill JFK Jr. by Paul Dawson (2017).
In any event, between the suicide-murder of Gig Young and Kim Schmidt or the plane crash that killed JFK Jr. and his wife and sister-in-law, we have two possible scenarios for July 2020 (or April 2020 if three months earlier than July 1999 since July 1999 was three months earlier than October 1978). Another murder-suicide of a major male celebrity and his wife, one or both who may be an actor or a pop singer. OR a horrific accident of some kind, plane or car crash, that kills a major male celebrity and his wife and possibly other family members or friends.
There is a third possibility: something that is different from the other two. One of course would be an actor and his wife both being murdered by some person or group. Or it might be another suicide pact, but one not using a gun but by some other means such as hanging. There are no clues of any kind who might be in danger: this is a one time repeater of 1978 and 1999 with a likely 2020 repeat. The link is the death of the spouse.
Other male actors (relatively minor male celebrities compared to Gig Young and JFK Jr) who shot themselves on this same timeline:
One thing that is disturbing here is that his girlfriend Dianne Ray was in the home at the time. Given how close 1971 was to 1978 (Gig Young) in the timeline, one might wonder how closely a murder-suicide was when Duel shot himself. The entire incident is odd anyway, similar to the 1959 suicide of Superman actor George Reeves.
Actor Benjamin Hendrickson (second from top right) played the role of Harold "Hal" Munson Jr., the Chief of Detectives for the mythical town of Oakdale in the daytime soap series As The World Turns for many years. He committed suicide by shooting himself in the head on July 3, 2006, at the age of 55. He had reportedly suffered from depression, and was also filming scenes revolving around the death of his TV daughter Jennifer Munson (played by Jennifer Ferrin) at the time he took his life.
Actor Lee Thompson Young (top right) is best remembered for his role as the title character on the Disney Channel television series The Famous Jett Jackson and as Chris Comer in the movie Friday Night Lights. His last starring role was as Boston police detective Barry Frost on the TNT police drama series Rizzoli & Isles. On August 19, 2013, Young failed to show up to film an episode of Rizzoli & Isles. Police were called to do a well-being check on him at his Los Angeles apartment, where he was found dead. His manager stated that the actor had committed suicide. Police confirmed the cause of death as a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Young, 29, had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, for which he had been taking medication, and had been suffering from depression before his death.
He was best known for his role as the boyish rock music reporter Todd Stities in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan. On March 20, 1999, Strickland and comedian Andy Dick flew from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and spent three days partying in strip clubs.
After checking into Room 20 of the Oasis Motel, Strickland spent time with a prostitute, consumed six bottles of beer, hanged himself with a bed sheet over the ceiling beam, and died during the morning hours of March 22, 1999.
His body was discovered by a private investigator hired by his friend and co-star Brooke Shields when Strickland missed his appearance in Los Angeles Municipal Court for cocaine possession. Evidence of drug use was found in his room. The Clark County Coroner concluded that Strickland's body bore the marks of a previous suicide attempt.
Key clues: major actor, major male celebrity, murder-suicide, suicide pact, plane crash, accident, spouse, wife, sister-in-law, girlfriend, suicide of minor actor, TV actor, gun, shooting, hanging.
ACTOR HAGEN MILLS SUICIDE FOLLOWS ATTEMPTED MURDER OF GIRLFRIEND ERICA PRICE
Before actor Hagen Mills died by suicide on May 19, 2020, he attempted to shoot Erica Price, the mother of their 4-year-old daughter, Mila, according to the Mayfield Police Department. When officers responded to 911 call around 5:45 p.m. local time on Tuesday, they found Price with gunshot wounds to her arm and chest.
Hagen Mills, July 2012 (Photo: Amy Graves, WireImage) Hagen Mills, who appeared in the FX series "Baskets," died Tuesday in Mayfield, Kentucky. He was 29. Mills died in Mayfield after shooting a woman in the arm and chest before turning the gun on himself, according to a statement released by Mayfield Police Department Chief Nathan Kent.
Hagen Mills shot and injured former partner, Erica Price, in Mayfield on Tuesday Mills then turned the gun on himself and committed suicide, according to police Mills and Price shared a four-year-old daughter, who was inside the home at the time of the fatal incident Jail records show Mills was
A coroner's report confirmed the deaths of actor Gregory Tyree Boyce and his girlfriend Natalie Adepoju were drug related and accidental Gregory Tyree Boyce and girlfriend Natalie Adepoju's died from drug use, it's been revealed three weeks after their deaths.
"Twilight" actor Gregory Tyree Boyce and his 27-year-old girlfriend were found dead in their Las Vegas condo last week, according to a report on Monday. Boyce, 30, and Natalie Adepoju were pronounced dead on May 13, E! News reported. Their cause of death is pending a toxicology report.
Reality Star, Minor Actress, Model or Singer Found Hanged: La selva dei suicidi
What is an example of major female star? Think in terms of Naomi Watts or Angelina Jolie. Lois Hamilton was not a major star nor were the next ones to be discussed linked to this timeline of misfortune.
The current dating suggests July 2020 as each time it has occurred a month to a few months earlier every seven years. Likewise, if there is a second victim, as there was in 2013, that one could occur in September 2020. Looking at the one-for-one in 1999 and 2006, and the double tragedy in 2013, it would appear that in 2020 there will be two deaths again (or more).
There is a 50% chance that in 2020 there will be a murder made to look like a suicide as was the case with victim #2 in 2006, Adrienne Shelly (or at least a reasonably believable allegation of murder) regardless if there is also a second female celeb who commits suicide that year. The murder made to look like suicide, if it happens, would likely occur in the autumn.
There is a 1 in 4 chance one of the victims will be "sort of well-known," although not a megastar or an icon.
If the victim turns out to be someone extremely famous, it will be a FIRST for this event-timeline.
In an attempt to cover up what he thought was an accidental death after he knocked her out during a botched burglary and resulting argument, Diego Pilco dragged her unconscious body into the bathroom and hanged her, still alive, from a shower rod.
The hanging, of course, did kill her.
Was Shelly actually a famous celebrity? She could have been had she not been murdered:
The death of Adrienne Shelly came right when the career of this talented actress appeared to be off and running. Fans of her early work with director Hal Hartley had already discovered her talent in his films, The Unbelievable Truth and Trust, and had watched her do equally compelling work with other directors.
So no, super famous she was not. Apparently not very much at all. And that makes it hard to predict ahead danger to an actor or actress, singer, or whoever when it is someone you have never heard of or you have but any impression they may have made is marginal to say the least.
Pointless to try? Probably, but the base 7 phenomenon is proven every time an event is repeated, regardless of magnitude ... and regardless of whether the event is predicted/anticipated by someone or not. It will most likely happen anyway. And if enough of these happen perhaps one day enough data will be compiled to actually prevent these events from happening anymore in the future. Sort of like Minority Report (2002).
Two Gias: Gia #1
Seven years later in 2013 there were TWO deaths by hanging of starlets. Starlet was the term used in the past to describe a minor film actress and could also apply to a minor recording star with only one or two hit songs. BOTH of these victims shared the same first name: Gia.
One of these cases was extremely WEIRD.
In Dante's time most suicides were committed by hanging and the branch of a tree often used as a gallows. For Dante, the trees symbolize the state of mind in which suicide is committed. Gia Allemand may have been conveying the idea of suicide on Twitter with her ghostly image of trees. The message also suggests that it may have been someone else's dream (wish) that she commit suicide ... a kind of hypnotic suggestion by a psychic assassin. We have absolutely no idea how many people who commit suicide do so because a long dormant program implanted in their brains has been triggered by some form of autosuggestion or telepathic suggestion.
"Offering," in this context, and most contexts of the Bible, means "sacrifice," whether an animal sacrifice or a human sacrifice. Using Proverbs 21:3 may have been a coded cry for help, or at least understanding, that if she was to die from what was perceived to be an apparent suicide, that it would not have really been a suicide. It would have been an offering ... a human sacrifice ... with Gia an unwilling victim. If so, she likely knew about the dark forces stalking her and their intentions. By using this proverb she may have been pleading to her killers to "do what is right and fair" and not to make a sacrifice of her. Had she lived, she might have exposed these Illuminati assassins as did Tila Tequila who survived her "suicide."
There is a continuity of theme in many base 7 events. Often elements found to exist in one case take on a more powerful meaning the next time an event is repeated. This La selva dei suicidi theme may indicate the next victim or victims of this timeline of suicide will be found hanging in woods near their home(s) or in a large forest (even the Forest of Suicides in Japan).
NOTE: It may have already happened to a male reality TV star. Love Island’s Mike Thalassitis was found hanged in a wood at a North London park on March 16, 2019, a victim of suicide.
'Love Island' star Mike Thalassitis' official cause of death has been revealed as suicide by hanging after the young reality TV star passed away at the age of 26 on Friday. Thalassitis was discovered dead in a woodland close to his home in Essex on Saturday.
A vigil was held in the park where Mike Thalassitis died, a week after the Love Island star took his own life.
Less than two months later American-born and British-raised actress Jiah Khan, age 25, was found hanged in her home. There is the repeat of the name Gia (Allemand) but this time spelled Jiah. She was the niece of Pakistani actresses Sangeeta and Kaveeta.
Suspicion fell on the boyfriend actor Sooraj Pancholi. At first it could not be proven and a ruling of suicide was upheld. However in January 2017, nearly four years after her death, the prosecution requested that charges of sexual assault and murder be laid against Pancholi. On 31 January 31, 2018, nearly five years after her death, a court in Mumbai charged Sooraj Pancholi with abetting Khan's suicide. The CBI submitted a list of 69 witnesses, including Khan's mother Rabia, the complainant, with the case that finally began in March 2019. The case continues with Sooraj out on bail and about to star in a new film. Thus, no resolution yet in the case of Jiah Khan as a seventh year approaches.
The other trend is a building one thus far: one victim in December 1999 (age 56), one victim in November 2006 (age 40), two victims in August and October 2013 (ages 29 and 25). Thus, there may be two victims in 2020, one or both with some degree of fame or a great deal of fame. Either or both may be very young, teens or 20s, unless the ever younger trend is only a coincidence, then any ages may be involved, 25 to 56. Maybe one of the two will be even older than 20s for the first time. It is also possible there may be more than two ... four if there is a doubling. Months to watch out for: July and September.
PREDICTION PARTIALLY FULFILLED
Love Island presenter Caroline died at the age of 40 in February after taking her own life. The beloved TV star was due to face trial last month after pleading not guilty to assault following an incident with her boyfriend Lewis Burton. Caroline was subjected to abuse from social media trolls in the months before her untimely death.
CAROLINE Flack died after being found hanged at her London home, an inquest heard today. The Love Island star, 40, was tragically discovered by a friend at her flat in Stoke Newington on Saturday. An inquest into her death at Poplar Coroner's Court heard police attended after being flagged down near the property and gave CPR at the scene in a desperate bid to save her.
An inquest into Caroline Flack's death heard on Wednesday how the former 'Love Island' host was found hanged at her home in east London. The British TV presenter was found dead in her apartment last Saturday. This was just a day after she learned that the CPS was pursuing the court case against her, Metro reports.
LONDON (Reuters) - British television presenter Caroline Flack, a former host of the hit show "Love Island", was found hanged in her London home and paramedics were unable to revive her, an inquest heard on Wednesday. News of her death on Saturday has revived a debate about the conduct of tabloid media, which had published an avalanche of stories about her troubled private life.
Third Major Israeli Conflict in Lebanon
Arab-Israeli War With Jordan and Syria also Possible
Israel has already clashed with Hezbollah in Lebanon twice in September and October 2019 as part of its conflict with Iran. Israel's war with Iran has turned Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and the Palestinian territory of Gaza into air strike zones because Iranian forces have taken up positions in those countries to launch missile and rocket attacks into the Golan Heights and northern Israel. The pro-Iranian Hezbollah in Lebanon have twice participated in Iran's air conflict by launching rockets at northern Israel in late 2019. Islamic Jihad in Gaza has also begun attacks on behalf of Iran this year (2020). As a result these countries, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, and Gaza are called proxies because, officially, they are not in a state of war with Israel although they allow Iran to use their territory to launch attacks. Even so, the status of being a proxy staging ground or being a belligerent has gotten murky more than once. When Israel slams missiles into Damascus, it certainly looks like they are at war with Syria. One could say that for a day here or a day there ... they are. Likewise when a "stray" Syrian missile or rocket hits some part of northern Israel or the Golan.
In any event, a full-blown war in Lebanon like 1982 or 2006 has not happened again, although there have been a few close calls. In July 2020 that may change with Israel and Lebanon engaged in a third major war. Should that occur, regardless of whether or not the cause of the confrontation is actually Iranian provocation, Israel will no longer be involved in a proxy conflict that has thus far been largely defensive in nature and limited to retaliatory air strikes. It will be a total war between Israel and Lebanon involving complete mobilization of Israeli military in the air, on the ground, and at sea. Also, with the Jordan Valley on the table for possible annexation and Syria and Iranian proxies ready for direct combat in the Golan Heights, Lebanon may well be the trigger for an all-out ISRAELI WAR with SYRIA and JORDAN, as well as with IRAN and IRAQ.
In this period of flux (or historical correction), we may watch events unfold until as late as September 2022 before a major war breaks out in that region.
An Israeli drone crashed on Monday in southern Lebanon, with the Hezbollah terror group saying it shot it down. The Israel Defense Forces confirmed that one of its drones fell in Lebanese territory, but refrained from specifying the cause of the crash. “During operational activities by IDF troops on the Lebanese border, an IDF drone fell in Lebanese territory,” the military said in a statement.
In the wee hours of Christmas morning, I received a text message from a Lebanese Palestinian friend in Beirut, sent from the hallway of his apartment. He had run there after being jolted from his sleep by the sound of Israeli jets - later reported to be Israeli jets and/or missiles en route to targets in Syria - and the sensation that something in the vicinity was about to explode.
A powerful explosion shook a Hezbollah stronghold in southern Lebanon on Tuesday, sending thick grey smoke billowing over the village, but the cause was not clear. The Lebanese army said the blast occurred in a building in the southern village of Ain Qana, above the port city of Sidon, and that it was investigating.
Israel said it carried out air attacks on Hezbollah observation posts in Lebanon on Wednesday after shots were fired from across the border towards its troops the previous evening. The country's military had said earlier that a "security incident" was unfolding in the vicinity of Manara near the UN-demarcated Blue Line border between the two nations.
The Israeli military reported an unspecified "security incident" along the Lebanese border on Tuesday night, ordering residents of the surrounding area to remain in their homes. ( Update: Restrictions were lifted on Wednesday morning.)
Residents of some border communities instructed to remain locked-down and IDF spokesperson says some roads blocked to civilian traffic as troops conduct searches
The horrific August 4 blast in Beirut has exposed the rotting foundation of Lebanon's political system to the world. A nation stuck in a government-led Ponzi scheme and spiraling hyperinflation was dealt another blow after the massive explosion in the Port of Beirut. The Lebanese people have taken to
Hezbollah apparently planned to use the ammonium nitrate stockpile that caused a massive bast at Beirut's port this week against Israel in a "Third Lebanon War," according to an unsourced assessment publicized on Israel's Channel 13 Friday night.
The first Israeli Prime Minister has ordered the destruction of a Hizbollah weapons warehouse in Beirut with a new weapon. The weapon, which is not well known, caused considerable damage in the city, killing more than 100 people, injuring 5,000 and destroying many buildings. This time it will be difficult for Benjamin Netanyahu to deny it.
Lebanon's president said on Friday its investigation into the biggest blast in Beirut's history would examine whether it was caused by a bomb or other external interference, as residents sought to rebuild shattered homes and lives.
On Tuesday, in scenes described as "apocalyptic," an explosion ripped through Beirut, Lebanon. Terrifying video footage showed the catastrophic scene unfolding as black smoke plunged the disaster-struck city into darkness. At least 154 people have lost their lives with another 5,000 believed to be injured as international rescue teams continue to desperately search through the rubble of the port.
Police in the Lebanese capital of Beirut used tear gas on protesters who took to the streets Thursday night to demand accountability over the monstrous Tuesday explosion that killed at least 150 people and injured more than 5,000. Small fires were set in front of the main parliament hall and angry people threw rubble from the blast at police in riot gear.
Years before a devastating blast killed at least 100 people and injured more than 4,000 in Beirut Tuesday, a maritime analyst issued a public warning that a Russian "floating bomb" was languishing in the city's docks. Maritime monitoring systems tracked the Rhosus into port in Beirut in September 2013.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatened in the past to destroy Israel by causing a massive explosion in the port of Haifa using ammonia tanks that he said would be like a "nuclear" explosion. In addition Hezbollah allegedly sought to acquire ammonium nitrate via Syria since 2009 and tried to infiltrate the agriculture ministry in Lebanon to do so, according to leaked diplomatic cables.
BEIRUT (AP) - Residents of Beirut awoke to a scene of utter devastation on Wednesday, a day after a massive explosion at the port sent shock waves across the Lebanese capital, killing at least 100 people and wounding thousands. Smoke was still rising from the port, where huge mounds of grain gushed from hollowed-out silos.
Two enormous explosions devastated Beirut's port on Tuesday, leaving at least 73 people dead and thousands injured, shaking distant buildings and spreading panic and chaos across the Lebanese capital. Prime Minister Hassan Diab said that 2,750 tonnes of the agricultural fertiliser ammonium nitrate
On July 27, after a week of daily airstrikes attributed to Israel targeting several Iranian and Hezbollah interests in Syria, the Israeli military said a few of the Lebanese group's fighters crossed into the disputed Shebaa Farms area between Lebanon and Israel, triggering tensions on the border.
Israel's military says it has exchanged fire with gunmen linked to Lebanon's Hezbollah militant group. The incident on Monday afternoon represents an escalation of tension along the border shared by the two countries. According to the Israeli Defence Force (IDF), a "terror squad" crossed the UN administered Blue Line on northern border with on Monday afternoon.
Israeli forces said they exchanged fire with Hezbollah along the Israel-Lebanon border on Monday after the Iran-backed group staged an attack in a disputed region.
The Lebanese Army and Israeli occupation forces squared off yesterday along the border between the two countries. According to reports, two Israeli Merkava tanks were deployed to the border but remained on the "Israeli side" of the so-called Blue Line, representing the first time Israeli tanks crossed the fence since the 2006 war with Lebanon's Hezbollah movement.
Child Star Either Attempts or Commits Suicide
2006-07: Two notable attempted suicides
Seven years later, on November 12, 2006, six months after what would have been the May 2006 vector, former child star Lindsay Lohan ("Another World", The Parent Trap) reportedly attempted suicide by overdosing on a deadly cocktail of cocaine and painkillers. The following year, in May 2007, she attempted suicide by slitting her wrists.
2013: Another notable attempt
At this time I don't believe a new base 7 vector was created in 2015 ... Peterson's suicide was a late repeat for 2013.
Given events in 2006-07 and 2013, an attempt would normally be more likely. Unfortunately, former child star Demi Lovato (Barney & Friends) made a serious overdose suicide attempt on July 24, 2018 ... leaving open the high likelihood another child star may actually die in her place two years later in September 2020 (the same as Paris Jackson - Amanda Peterson above).
Unfortunately, 2018 was also the year for a Marilyn Monroe-Sharon Tate-Princess Diana (etc.) timeline of tragic death ... a timeline that was cheated when Demi Lovato ALMOST died from an overdose. That timeline NEVER gets cheated ... if someone survives a suicide attempt, someone else dies two years later. Thus was the case when actress Shelley Long survived a drug overdose suicide bid back in 2004 on the same timeline: two years later actress and indie filmmaker Adrienne Shelly was murdered ... hanged ... and it was made to appear to be a suicide.
Someone will likely take Lovato's place in September 2020. It will be a very major star ... and someone who may also be a former child star. That places former child star Britney Spears, who has a history of suicide attempts, very high on the list.
It's been more than 10 years since Britney Spears infamously shaved her head, and now a new documentary aims to provide context about why the pop star made that decision in 2007. "Britney Spears: Breaking Point" -- which aired on Channel 5 in the U.K.
DEMI LOVATO'S BEST FRIEND AND GLEE CO-STAR, NAYA RIVERA, DROWNS IN FREAK ACCIDENT
The circumstances of her death remain murky. She and her son rented a boat on July 7 and went out on a lake. The pair became missing on that date and the boat was not discovered until a few days later, with her small son, age 4, sleeping on board wearing a life jacket. First reports said that he got on the boat and his mother decided to stay in the lake to swim, after which she disappeared. Her life jacket was not used and still on the boat. Later, the reports said the boy claimed his mother "boosted him" on to the boat and he turned around to see her go under and drown. I suppose this will remain the official version: mother heroically saves son from drowning and in an exhausted state drowns. I find the two reports at odds as the boy appeared calm when first rescued and simply said his mother chose to remain in the water to swim but didn't return.
All the females on this timeline were former child stars who later attempted suicide or died of drugs overdose as adults. Dana Plato was first in 1999 and later former child star Amanda Peterson. Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears both attempted suicide, but failed, as did Paris Jackson. Last year child actress Mya-Lecia Naylor, age 16, hanged herself, apparently a year premature of this timeline. But technically she was still a child star, a child actress, and not a former child star who went on to act (or sing and perform) as an adult.
It would appear her name prefigured the identity of Naya Rivera: Naylor = Naya and Mya almost = Naya.
Also it appears that the link between Demi Lovato (who attempted suiccide in 2018) and the woman who would die in 2020 was NOT a name association as was the case between Shelley Long (2004) and Adrienne Shelly (2006). Instead, it was a personal association.
Demi Lovato is paying tribute to Naya Rivera. The "I Love Me" singer took to Instagram on Monday to share her memories of the late actress. "RIP Naya Rivera. I'll forever cherish the opportunity to play your girlfriend on Glee," Lovato wrote, alongside a slideshow of photos from their time together on the Fox dramedy.
Demi Lovato Will 'Forever Cherish' Starring as Naya Rivera's Girlfriend on 'Glee' Demi Lovato is reacting to the news that Naya Rivera has died after a six day search concluded today after she went missing. The 27-year-old singer posted a tribute...
She was NOT the major female film actress or royalty or pop singer or dancer/entertainer that could have been connected to Demi Lovato.
As a result, regarding the major actress who was to die tragically in 2018, and possibly two years later, I strongly suspect it WAS Margot Kidder. Kidder's death was first reported as natural causes but later revealed to be a suicide. However, a watch remains in effect for the Princess Diana-like actress Angelina Jolie or Donald Trump's "Marilyn Monroe" friend, Kim Kardashian.
Jessica Campbell, known for her spectacular performance in the 1999 film Election, was found dead in her bathroom. The actress passed away last month after she collapsed in the bathroom. The reason for her death is still not known. Her family confirmed to TMZ that the actress breathed her last on December 29th in Portland, Oregon. She was 38.
Actress Reese Witherspoon has paid tribute to her Election co-star Jessica Campbell, who recently passed away suddenly at 38. The 1999 comedy-drama was a scathing satire of both American politics as well as High School life.
Jessica Campbell, best known for her role in “Election,” is dead at 38. Campbell, who played Tammy Metzler in the 1999 film, unexpectedly died on Dec. 29, TMZ reported on Wednesday. Her family is still waiting on results from an autopsy conducted by the Multnomah County Medical Examiner’s office in Oregon.
A body has been found at the Southern California lake where former "Glee" actress Naya Rivera disappeared, the Ventura County Sheriff's Office announced in a tweet Monday.
California authorities announced Monday that they are "confident" that a body they found at a California lake is that of missing actress Naya Rivera. The announcement concludes an extensive search for Rivera, which began six days ago after her 4-year-old son was found alone in a pontoon boat the pair had rented.
GLEE actress Naya Rivera is feared dead after going missing on a lake - with her four-year-old son Josey found asleep and alone on a rented boat. Authorities found the little boy shortly before 5pm on Wednesday at Lake Piru, Southern California, with sources telling TMZ he said that his mother had "jumped into the water but didn't come back up".
Naya Rivera has been a fixture on Entertainment Tonight throughout the years. The 33-year-old actress went missing on July 8, after taking a boat ride with her 4-year-old son, Josey, on California's Lake Piru. Though Josey was found safe on the boat, authorities have yet to find Rivera, who is presumed dead.
London - A young British actress who appeared alongside Tom Hanks and Halle Berry in "Cloud Atlas" accidentally ended her own life last April, an inquest by a coroner in London has ruled. Mya-Lecia Naylor died at age 16 due to "misadventure," the ruling reported by BBC News and The Guardian said.
The news of British teen actress Mya-Lecie Naylor's passing broke the hearts of fans and family alike. Now, a coroner has ruled that although she had hanged herself, the death was unintentional. Toby Watkin, the assistant coroner assigned to the case, concluded that Naylor's death was caused by "misadventure," meaning, essentially, that her suicide on April 7 was a mistake.
British actress Mya-Lecia Naylor, who hanged herself at the age of 16 earlier this year, did not mean to die, according to reports. The assistant coroner in the case, Toby Watkin, said Naylor's death was by "misadventure" and was not intentional, according to the Daily Mail.
Ali Khamenei's October Surprise: Iran Tests Its First Nuclear Device
China and North Korea both conducted their first nuclear test on the current timeline in October (China, 1964; North Korea, 2006). October 2020 should also be a first for another Asian country. That country is most likely to be Iran.
It is also possible that this will instead be the first use of a nuclear weapon by Iran rather than a publicly acknowledged test. They may already have them!
Iran has a big new rocket. And it could complicate efforts by the Biden administration to slow or reverse Iran’s work on nuclear weapons. The Iranian regime on Monday announced it had test-launched, for the first time, its Zuljanah space launch vehicle. “The test helped Iran to achieve its most powerful rocket engine,” Ahmad Hosseini, a spokesperson for the defense ministry in Tehran, told state media.
Iran tested a new rocket on Monday with improved technology that could be used in its missile program, its latest attempt to raise the stakes for the Biden administration ahead of potential negotiations over a new nuclear deal.
New Jonestown-Style Massacre Brings Mass Suicide Back Into Light
For years now, pollsters and demographers have been chronicling the decline of religion in America. And it's not just religious affiliation that's declining. Along with lower rates of church attendance, religious weddings and religious activities in the household are also waning.
I have little doubt that if they called on some of their BLM members to commit mass suicide as a form of, say, political expression, that they would eagerly comply.
That is my first choice of what might happen in November 2020.
However, as the study shows, there are MANY cults in our country, any one of them capable of becoming another Jonestown.
It has emerged that two 12-year-old girls who tragically died after falling from a high rise building were part of an internet “death group”. Varvara Vlasova, a successful child model, and Valeria Shirshova, a rhythmic gymnast, made a short film from the top of the high-rise building in the city of Samara in south-west Russia.
A child model and her friend, a talented rhythmic gymnast, both 12, have died after falling from a Russian tower block amid suspicions they were subscribed to an internet “death group”. Varvara Vlasova and Valeria Shirshova made a short film from the top of a 17-floor residential building in Samara city.
Illustration by Cathryn Virginia Loss survivors are demanding an end to the site, and provoking a conversation about how little we know about the internet and suicide risk. Junior loved the weather: how to forecast rain or snow, the variations of atmospheric pressure, measuring wind, humidity, and temperature.
Hungarian-Ukrainian Revolution and Civil War
On the other hand, neighboring Ukraine (part of which was once Hungary), had a major revolution starting in November 2013 which led to civil war in 2014. By December, many journalists and historians were drawing a parallel between what happened in Hungary in 1956 and what was happening in Ukraine in 2013.
So now we must ask what will happen in November 2020 or thereabouts?
We have restiveness giving way to civil disorder in Hungary, properly speaking, three times (1956, 2006, and 2013) and twice in Ukraine (2004 and 2013-14).
Also, keeping in mind that Transcarpathian Ukraine was once a part of Hungary, we are forced to look at the entire region. It may not be an "either/or" situation this time around but both.
We must also look at adjacent regions such as Moldova and Romania. For all we know it will be a Romanian civil war next time around.
Besides that, we are in a period of historical correction that can make many projected events occur later than what would be normal for base 7 by as much as two years and two months. This gives us a potential late date of January 2023.
As dangers increase of a major two-front war in the Middle East involving Saudi-Iranian and Israeli-Iranian conflicts that also involve Iraq, Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon, prophecy warns such a confrontation will coincide with restiveness in the Balkans, Hungary, and the former territories of "Sarmatia" (modern Ukraine, southern Russia, and the eastern Balkans) and "Lithuania" (now present-day Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, and parts of Poland and Russia).
As the Middle East War grows increasingly more dreadful, taking in all countries of the region and possibly some adjacent ones in North Africa and the Indian subcontinent, revolutions and civil wars will increase in the above-mentioned nations bounding Russia. Two leaders in the Balkans/Hungary and a third, possibly in the former Czechoslovakia, will be assassinated during this period of civil unrest. There will be a short war with Russia that will seem to be resolved, a brief phony peace during which the third leader is assassinated, followed by a Russian invasion of Europe (the true World War III).
But we are getting ahead of ourselves with a future history that may well extend to either the year 2028 or as late as 2037.
And yes this also indicates the developing two-front war in the Middle East will drag on for a number of years, as long as the Syrian Civil War or longer. The final phase of the war in the Middle East will be an Iranian thrust into Turkey and northwards into the Balkans and southern Russia.
In any event the beginning of the troubles in East Europe will likely begin in Hungary and where it almost began in 2014: Ukraine. November 2020 is the next danger point. If the current period of historical correction continues, this event may be stalled until January 2023.
It's six months since the fraudulent election in Belarus sparked mass protests against Alexander Lukashenko's authoritarian regime. The collapse of his statist model of capitalism has fed mass discontent with his rule — but the liberal opposition's own promises of change also drew skepticism among working-class Belarusians.
Police in Belarus arrested more than 160 protesters on Sunday who were calling for authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko to resign, the Associated Press reports. Hundreds of people gathered in Belarus’s capital city of Minsk, reports the AP, with many waving the red and white opposition flag.
Moscow — Anti-government protests continued on Monday in the capital of Belarus for the 128th day. Scores of demonstrators hit the streets of Minsk calling for President Alexander Lukashenko to resign, despite hundreds of people being detained for doing the same thing just hours earlier, and tens of thousands over the past few months.
A Belarusian woman who lives in Switzerland is one of hundereds of protesters facing long sentences for demonstrating against President Alexander Lukashenko.
MINSK — This week marks the fourth month of protests following Belarus’ falsified presidential elections on August 9. Neither authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko nor the protesters determined to oust him are giving up — but the violence and repression being meted out to pro-democracy activists is growing.
Thousands of demonstrators marched in the Belarusian capital Minsk and elsewhere on Sunday as weekly protests demanding the resignation of veteran President Alexander Lukashenko continued, prompting police to arrest more than 100 people.
Belarusian authorities detained more than 300 protesters in the capital Minsk on Sunday during the 18th weekend of demonstrations after an election, widely recognized as rigged, gave Belarus’ authoritarian leader another term,The Associated Press reported.
Police in Belarus detained 313 people during Sunday's latest demonstrations against President Alexander Lukashenko to step down, the Interior Ministry said. Thousands attended protests in the capital, Minsk, and other cities, which have rocked Belarus since Lukashenko's disputed re-election in August. Opposition supporters and the European Union have refused to recognise the result, saying the vote was rigged.
Anti-government protesters shift tactics to evade crackdown, creating smaller gatherings in districts across Minsk.
Thousands take to the streets against President Lukashenko once again as police use stun grenades to disperse crowds.
Opposition protesters remain defiant in Belarus despite police brutality, 100 days after they first took to the streets to denounce the re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko. Police in helmets and body armour throw women holding flowers and balloons into police vans. Officers tear-gas elderly people on a pensioners' march.
The Belarus security services' unprovoked violence against anti-government protesters is unacceptable, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov Tuesday while also criticizing protesters for "provocations" against officers. Peskov spoke after thousands of Belarusians took to the streets Sunday to protest the death of arts teacher and former soldier Roman Bondarenko in police custody last week.
Thousands of Belarusians have protested against the death in police custody of a military veteran and children's art teacher arrested for his opposition to the authoritarian leader, Alexander Lukashenko. Roman Bondarenko, a 31-year-old artist, was pummelled by several men believed to be plainclothes police officers in a Minsk courtyard known as the Square of Change on Wednesday in a dispute over ribbons indicating support for anti-government protests.
In Minsk, what people here call the Great Patriotic War is never far away. Monuments, street names and museums venerate the memory of the awful years from 1941 to 1945, when the Soviet Union was at war with Nazi Germany.
Police in Belarus on Sunday detained more than 800 people during the latest in weeks of unprecedented demonstrations against strongman Alexander Lukashenko, as the opposition reached out to US President-elect Joe Biden. For three months running, tens of thousands have taken to the streets of Belarus on Sundays to protest against the disputed re-election of Lukashenko, who has been in power for more than two decades.
Club-swinging police have gone after demonstrators in Belarus' capital who were demanding the resignation of the country's authoritarian president on the 90th consecutive day of protests KYIV, Ukraine -- Club-swinging police went after demonstrators in Belarus' capital who were demanding the resignation of the country's authoritarian president on Sunday, the 90th consecutive day of protests.
Belarus president, son and 13 officials will be banned from entering EU territory and will have their assets frozen. The European Union (EU) has slapped sanctions on Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko and 14 other officials for repression of the pro-democracy movement following August's contested election.
Huge demonstrations have flooded the capital, Minsk, for 12 straight weeks since a disputed election. Riot police fired warning shots into the air, used stun grenades and made arrests to deter tens of thousands of Belarusians who marched through Minsk to demand veteran leader Alexander Lukashenko leave power.
Thousands of protesters in Belarus swarmed the streets of the capital to demand the resignation of the country's longtime president have been met by police firing warning shots and using stun grenades to break up the crowds KYIV, Ukraine -- Thousands of protesters in Belarus swarmed the streets of the capital to demand the resignation of the country's longtime president for the 13th straight Sunday and encountered police firing warning shots in the air and using stun grenades to break up the crowds.
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - Nearly three months after Belarus' authoritarian president's re-election to a sixth term in a vote widely seen as rigged, demonstrators keep swarming the streets of Belarusian cities to demand his resignation in the most massive and sustained wave of protests the ex-Soviet nation has ever seen.
The uprising in Belarus against dictator Alyaksandr Lukashenka's 26-year reign entered a dangerous new phase this week. Recent days have witnessed calls for a general strike along with mass arrests, border closures, and escalating state violence as both sides seek to break the stalemate in a crisis that has threatened to transform the geopolitical balance in the entire region.
Joe Biden has voiced support for Belarus's opposition in its general strike against President Alexander Lukashenko, saying the embattled leader's reign was illegitimate. Biden, who leads President Donald Trump in polls ahead of next week's US election, promised if he wins to "significantly expand" sanctions alongside European allies against "Lukashenko's henchmen".
Moscow's military has accused the U.S.-led NATO Western military alliance of pursuing a destabilizing military buildup near the borders between its member states and Russia and Belarus, a charge the 30-member coalition denies. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu joined his Belarusian counterpart Viktor Khrenin via virtual link for a joint board meeting of the two countries' Union State alliance.
Belarus opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya has called Monday's general strike aimed at putting pressure on President Alexander Lukashenko a "collective success" and vowed to continue calling for his resignation. Tikhanovskaya had given Lukashenko until Sunday to quit, halt violence against protesters and release political prisoners, warning he would otherwise face a general strike from Monday.
Factory workers, students and business owners in Belarus began a general strike on Monday to demand that President Alexander Lukashenko step down after more than two months of continuing mass protests following a disputed election. Lukashenko ignored an ultimatum to surrender power by midnight over claims his August 9 re-election was rigged.
The opposition has given Belarusian President Lukashenko an ultimatum: Resign by midnight or face a national strike.
KYIV/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Exiled opposition figure Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya on Sunday called on Belarusians to begin a nationwide strike after police forces loyal to veteran President Alexander Lukashenko fired stun grenades to disperse mass protests. Tsikhanouskaya had previously set a "People's Ultimatum" for Lukashenko to resign by Sunday night, promising to call the strike if he did not.
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - Tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Belarus' capital on Sunday, demanding the ouster of the country's authoritarian leader who won his sixth term in office in an election widely seen as rigged. More than 50,000 people took part in the rally in Minsk, according to the Viasna human rights center.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of the Belarusian capital Minsk on Sunday to demand the resignation of veteran president Alexander Lukashenko, despite a threat by officials to use firearms against protesters.
Belarusian protesters are due to stage a march on October 18 against the authoritarian rule of Alyaksandr Lukashenka despite a threat by the authorities to open fire on demonstrators. Belarus has been rocked by protests since Lukashenka, in power since 1994, was declared the winner of the country's August 9 election amid allegations of widespread vote-rigging.
Belarus's exiled opposition leader on Tuesday gave strongman President Alexander Lukashenko a deadline of two weeks to resign, halt violence and release political prisoners, warning he would otherwise face a crippling general strike. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who maintains she was the true winner of an Aug.
Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya has demanded Alyaksandr Lukashenka step down in 12 days or face a nationwide strike. "If our demands aren't fulfilled by October 25, the entire country will peacefully take to the streets," Tsikhanouskaya said on October 13 in a statement that also demanded the release of all political prisoners and an end to the crackdown on protesters calling on Lukashenka to step down after 26 years in power.
Security forces in Belarus could fire on protesters if they deem it necessary, a minister has warned, as EU foreign ministers agreed to impose sanctions personally targeting President Alexander Lukashenko. Gennady Kazakevich, the first deputy interior minister, said in a video statement: "We will not leave the streets, and law enforcement officers and internal troops if necessary will use riot control equipment and lethal weapons."
Belarus authorities warned they might use firearms against protesters as the country was entering its third month of unrest over the disputed presidential election. The police are facing "not only aggression, but groups of militants, anarchists, football fans," said deputy interior minister Gennady Kazakevich in a video message posted on Monday.
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) - More than 100,000 people marched in Belarus' capital on Sunday to protest against the country's authoritarian leader, who won his sixth term in office in an election widely seen as rigged. The demonstrators demanded the resignation of President Alexander Lukashenko, and freedom for political prisoners.
Detentions reported as tens of thousands gather in Belarus's capital, Minsk, to demand political prisoners be released. Belarusian police have used water cannon to disperse anti-government protesters who once again took to the streets of the capital, according to media reports and videos posted in social media.
Russia's support of Alyaksandr Lukashenka may come at a price that could alter the balance of power in Europe as the Kremlin flexes its military might on the eastern fringes of NATO and exacts concessions from the embattled Belarusian strongman.
Meanwhile in the capital Minsk, where tens of thousands of people gathered for the seventh straight weekend of protests, riot police pulled people out of crowds and hauled them away in vans, a Reuters news agency witness said.
Police say about 200 people detained during protest in support of opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya. Belarusian police detained about 200 people as tens of thousands took to the streets in support of opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, days after the country's strongman president staged a secret inauguration.
MINSK, September 26. /TASS/. During the Slavic Brotherhood-2020 military exercise, servicemen of Belarus and Russia practiced repelling a military aggression against the Union State, the chief of the Belarusian Armed Forces' General Staff told the Belarus-1 TV channel.
Despite mass protests, Belarus President Lukashenko swears himself in for 6th term in secret ceremony
Even as protesters continue to swarm to streets of Belarus's capital, Minsk and much of the international community calls for 66-year-old President Alexander Lukashenko to end his 26-year reign, the embattled leader was sworn in for a 6th term in a secret ceremony on Wednesday.
Marchers protest against the presidential election results in Minsk, Belarus, 20 September 2020. Photo: EPA-EFE/STR The presidents of Poland, Lithuania and Romania on Monday signed an open letter reiterating their support for the "people of Belarus in building a democratic path, via democratically elected state leadership, a free civil society, market economy and the rule of law".
Police in Belarus say they detained more than 400 protesters who took part in Sunday demonstrations demanding the resignation of the nation's authoritarian president following a disputed vote KYIV, Ukraine -- Police in Belarus said they detained more than 400 protesters who took part in a weekend demonstration demanding the resignation of the nation's authoritarian president following a disputed vote.
Tens of thousands of Belarusians calling for the president's resignation marched through the capital Sunday as the country's wave of protests entered its seventh week. Hundreds of soldiers blocked off the center of Minsk, deploying water cannons and armored personnel carriers and erecting barbed-wire barriers.
Ukrainian lawmakers joined western countries in condemning the recent presidential election in Belarus by passing a motion that would enforce future sanctions against individuals involved in fixing elections and using violence against demonstrators. Protestors have taken to the streets in Minsk for weeks following the allegedly rigged Aug.
More than 100,000 protesters flooded the streets of the capital Minsk on Sunday in ongoing protests calling for Belarus' authoritarian president to resign. Sunday's protests come on the eve of President Alexander Lukashenko's planned meeting on Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi.
Attempts by Belarus's president, Alexander Lukashenko, to crush popular protests against him failed on Sunday when more than 100,000 people marched on his residence in the capital, Minsk, with other demonstrations across the country. There was no sign that the anti-Lukashenko movement is declining or fading away.
Belarus police violently detained hundreds of protesters as tens of thousands demonstrated in the capital Minsk in advance of talks between strongman Alexander Lukashenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Masked policemen in uniform and plain clothes seized people who gathered for the "March of Heroes" demonstration on Sunday, pushing or punching them, video posted on the Belarusian news site Tut.by showed.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Police detained at least 46 protesters on Saturday as thousands of people gathered in the Belarus capital Minsk demanding the release of a jailed opposition leader, the latest in a wave of mass protests following a disputed election.
Belarus opposition leader says authorities threatened to take her out of country "alive or in pieces"
Moscow - A prominent Belarusian opposition figure on Thursday accused the country's security forces of threatening her life and abducting her earlier this week in a statement released by her lawyer. Maria Kolesnikova, the only member of a trio of women opposition leaders who is still in Belarus, went missing on Monday.
Maria Kolesnikova vanished from the streets of the Belarus capital on Monday. LONDON -- Maria Kolesnikova, the opposition activist leading protests against the autocratic rule of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, is currently detained at the Belarus-Ukraine border after being abducted in Minsk, according to Belarusian state media.
Authorities in Belarus have instigated a harsh crackdown on student protesters after thousands demonstrated against the government Tuesday, according to a local human rights group.
(Reuters) - Thousands of students boycotted the start of the school year in Belarus on Tuesday and signs of a possible rift appeared in an opposition alliance that has led weeks of rallies and protests against veteran President Alexander Lukashenko.
Tens of thousands of opposition supporters marched through the Belarusian capital of Minsk on Sunday calling for an end to strongman Alexander Lukashenko's rule, despite heavily armed police and troops blocking streets and detaining dozens of demonstrators.
Authorities in Belarus have withdrawn the accreditation of a number of journalists who have been reporting on post-election protests there for foreign media outlets. Two journalists with the BBC's Russian service are among those affected. It comes on the eve of large-scale protests expected on Sunday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has praised Minsk's response to post-election protests - claiming after he announced Moscow's preparations to bolster President Alyaksandr Lukashenka's regime with Russian security forces that the Kremlin is more "neutral" on the Belarusian crisis than the United States or the European Union.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that he stands ready to send police to Belarus if protests there turn violent. Speaking in an interview broadcast on Thursday, Putin said currently there was no such need and voiced hope for stabilising the situation in the neighbouring country.
Elite paratroopers placed on alert. A surge in military truck convoys and cargo flights. These would be some of the signs that Russia is preparing to invade its neighbor Belarus. To be clear, massive Russian military intervention in Belarus is not the most likely scenario.
Crowds of protesters continue to grow, but the president refuses to step down. MINSK -- A massive crowd of protesters demanding that President Alexander Lukashenko step down poured into the center of Belarus' capital, Minsk, on Sunday, for the second weekend running, in a historic display of opposition.
Defiant protesters have flooded central Minsk again in a sign that even a threat to use the army was not enough to quell the uprising against Belarus's authoritarian president, Alexander Lukashenko. The vast square outside the parliament was turned into a sea of red and white by protesters waving the traditional Belarusian flag adopted by the protest movement and chanting "resign!"
MINSK, Belarus (AP) - Authorities in Belarus blocked more than 50 news media websites that were covering weeks of protests demanding that authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko resign but protesters still turned out again Saturday, some forming a chain of solidarity in the capital.
MOSCOW-Russian President Vladimir Putin warned top European leaders against interfering in the political crisis engulfing Russia's longtime ally, Belarus, as protests against its leader continued to swell. Mr. Putin spoke with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in separate calls Tuesday, a day before an emergency European Union summit was scheduled to discuss the bloc's response to events unfolding in Belarus.
Alarm bells in Ukraine as Lukashenka calls on Putin to rescue his crumbling regime - Atlantic Council
While the drama of Belarus's unexpected revolution has been unfolding, significant collateral damage has been done to official relations between Minsk and Kyiv. These deteriorating bilateral ties place in question the acceptability of Minsk as the venue for peace negotiations aiming to bring the six-year undeclared Russo-Ukrainian War to an end.
Rival protests took place across Belarus on Sunday as tensions over last weekend's disputed presidential election continued to mount and Russia pledged support for incumbent Alexander Lukashenko. Thousands gathered in a square near Belarus' main government building in the capital, Minsk, for a rally to support Lukashenko, who is facing his biggest challenge since taking power 26 years ago after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Pro-Hifter Forces Attack Italy and Germany
ISIS was driven out of Libya by military strongman Khalifa Hifter (aka Khalifa Haftar), but there are indications that terrorism is returning in the form of jihadists from countries such as Sudan and also from pro-Assad Syrian militants (since Bashar al-Assad is now an ally of Hifter). Also included in the region's conflict capable of stirring up trouble across the Mediterranean is the Wagner Group, Russian paramilitary units allied to Hifter and the same organization that stirred up rebellion and civil war in eastern Ukraine in 2014.
My best guess is that with NATO nation Turkey supporting the UN-approved GNA in Tripoli, and Putin and Assad backing Hifter and the LNA, the conflict could somehow become part of a NATO vs Russian confrontation, especially if the two are on the verge of war in Syria or Ukraine or Hungary. In that case, if NATO nations Italy and Germany side with Turkey against Hifter, Assad, and Russia, the attacks on Rome and Berlin would not be terrorist in nature but military, probably by Russia acting on behalf of Hifter's LNA as well as it's own interests in Central and Eastern Europe.
At least four people were "killed in cold blood" and a further 22 were injured, including a police officer, in a terror attack that took place in six locations across Vienna on Monday night.
Two men and two women died when several gunmen opened fire on multiple locations in central Vienna Monday night, Nov. 2. Fifteen were injured, some seriously. Interior Minister Karl Nehammer told a news conference early Tuesday that the gunman shot by police carried an assault rifle, wore an explosive vest and was an ISIS sympathizer.
Police in Vienna have launched a major operation after shots were fired in the Austrian capital.
Several people are thought to have been killed in a shooting rampage across six different places in Vienna Police are urging people to avoid public transport and the Vienna city centre as they deal with the incident There are reports of several attackers, with one accomplice said to have 'blown
An ongoing shooting attack was underway at several sites Monday evening in central Vienna, including in the area of a synagogue and the offices of the Jewish community, killing at least seven people, Austrian media reported, prompting a large-scale police operation. Austrian Interior Minister Karl Nehammer said the incidents appeared to be a terror attack with multiple perpetrators.
VIENNA (AP) - The Vienna ambulance service says that there have been fatalities in the attack in the Austrian capital late Monday. The Austria Press Agency quoted ambulance service spokesman Daniel Melcher saying there were several dead and injured, though he was unable to provide a number yet.
NICE, France (AP) — A young Tunisian man armed with a knife and carrying a copy of the Quran attacked worshippers in a French church and killed three Thursday, prompting the government to raise its security alert to the maximum level hours before a nationwide coronavirus lockdown.
Reading stabbing - Cops confirm bloodbath WAS terror attack as Libyan man, 25, is arrested before nighttime raid
COPS have confirmed the Reading bloodbath which left three men dead and three others injured was a terror attack. The suspect is understood to be 25-year-old Khairi Saadallah - a Libyan refugee who has been in and out of jail since coming to Britain several years ago.
READING, England (AP) - A stabbing rampage that killed three people as they sat in a British park on a summer evening is being considered a terrorist attack, police said Sunday. A 25-year-old man who is believed to be the lone attacker was in custody, but officials said the motive for the carnage was unclear.