Category Archive: Signs in Pestilence

29,000 Children Dead Due to East African Famine in Past Three Months (Video)

The drought and accompanying famine in East Africa continues to get worse: Three more regions of Somalia have been declared famine zones–defined as places where at least 20% of households face severe shortages… Continue reading

Recent Biological Hazards and Viral Outbreaks Around the World

Blue-Green Algae in Russia According to the water samples collected by the City of Helsinki Environment Centre, poisonous blue-green algae is present on most public beaches in Helsinki. The amounts of blue-green algae… Continue reading

Data Shows All of Earth’s Systems in Rapid Decline

UXBRIDGE, Canada, Jul 29, 2011 (IPS) – Protecting bits of nature here and there will not prevent humanity from losing our life support system. Even if areas dedicated to conserving plants, animals, and… Continue reading

Scientists find new superbug strain of salmonella

Scientists have identified an emerging “superbug” strain of salmonella that is highly resistant to the antibiotic ciprofloxacin, or Cipro, often used for severe salmonella infections, and say they fear it may spread around… Continue reading

Piles of dead fish have once again started surfacing along the Rio Grande, New Mexico – 1st Aug 2011

Something killed a lot of fish in the Rio Grande River overnight Sunday and New Mexico Game and Fish officers believe it had to do with heavy rain and forest fires upstream. Carp,… Continue reading

Texas Lake Turns Blood-Red

A Texas lake that turned blood-red this summer may not be a sign of the End Times, but probably is the end of a popular fishing and recreation spot. A drought has left… Continue reading

Animal Attacks on the Rise

Wild boars invade farms, attack pets (Reuters) – Wild boars are invading the farms of central New York state, attacking livestock, killing family pets and chasing people, experts warned on Friday. The feral… Continue reading

U.S. on a pace in 2011 to set a record for cost of weather-related disasters

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States is on a pace in 2011 to set a record for the cost of weather-related disasters and the trend is expected to worsen as climate change continues,… Continue reading

Blue-Green Algae Plague Increasing Across the World

Algae on increase after warm weather Recent hot weather has assisted the growth of green-blue algal blooms in Finnish maritime and inland waters. The Green-blue algae are now more common than usual at… Continue reading

Dozens of boars found dead on French beach

Dozens of wild boars have turned up dead this month around a beach in western France, officials say, as they suspect poisonous blue-green algae for the deaths. Three dead boars were found on… Continue reading

5.9 earthquake strikes the Gulf of California- the latest in a string rattling the globe

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.9 struck Tuesday in the Gulf of California, off the coast of the Baja California Peninsula in northwestern Mexico, officials said. The earthquake’s epicenter was 100… Continue reading

Japan Passes Law To Cleanse Internet Of “Bad” Fukushima Radiation News

Japan has passed a law that will enable the police and contractors to monitor internet activity without restriction to “cleanse” the Internet of any “bad” Fukushima radiation news. As I previously reported, Japan… Continue reading

Nine killed, thousands flee as storm pummels the Philippines

At least nine people were killed Tuesday when a tropical storm triggered landslides and huge floods in the eastern Philippines, officials said. Seven fatalities were from Albay province, 360 kilometres south-east of Manila,… Continue reading

Japan’s Food-Chain Threat Multiplies as Fukushima Radiation Spreads

Radiation fallout from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant poses a growing threat to Japan’s food chain as unsafe levels of cesium found in beef on supermarket shelves were also detected in more vegetables… Continue reading

2011 on Target to Record Largest Number of Earthquakes

2011 is on target to record the largest number of earthquakes in a single year for at least 12 years reported Irish Weather Online, using data from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), has… Continue reading

Recent Outbreaks and Epidemic & Biological Hazards July 18-24, 2011

Toxic Seaweed (France) Fears in Brittany over the health risks of toxic seaweed have been re-ignited after two wild boar were found dead on a beach and the amount of the foul-smelling green… Continue reading

Freak weather forces waterfall to flow UPWARDS

Extreme weather has been battering Australia this week. Winds have become so strong that waterfalls have been blown upwards. The strong winds, which are seriously affecting the waterways of southern Australia, have gone… Continue reading

Cholera in Dominican Republic kills 87

Authorities in the Dominican Republic have announced that the death toll in the cholera epidemic that spread from Haiti has risen to 87. The health ministry said on Friday that the death toll… Continue reading

Lightning Sparks Chinese Train Crash, 33 Dead

A lightning strike knocked out power to a high-speed train in eastern China late Saturday, sparking a crash and derailment that killed at least 33 people and injured more than 90 others. China’s… Continue reading

6 Beaches Closed due to Jellyfish Invasion in Spain

AN invasion of Aussie jellyfish has forced Spain to close six beaches at popular holiday resort areas after more than 100 swimmers were treated for stings. Normally seen in the southern Atlantic or… Continue reading

WHO Fears Measles Outbreak in Africa

The World health Organization is warning risk of disease outbreak in Africa. More specifically, the WHO is concerned about the spread of Measles in Ethiopia and Kenya. Due to droughts, large populations are… Continue reading