Terrain, natural disasters, disease, weather and climate. 

“Children who reported to pediatric center emergency departments with respiratory illness and were hospitalized were more likely to have taken COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

More than half of vaccinated children included in the study were admitted to hospitals as inpatients, compared to less than half of unvaccinated children.”


“Animal disease experts confirmed that 250,000 birds were euthanized this week after testing positive for the avian flu at two farms in the Bay Area.

According to health officials, the decision came as concerns were raised over the spread of the virus when two farms in Sonoma County reported positive avian flu tests among their birds.”


“The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Friday that two people have died in Minnesota and 45 others have been hospitalized due to a salmonella outbreak linked to contaminated cantaloupe.

A total of 99 people in 32 states have been sickened due to the outbreak as of Nov. 24, the CDC stated. Health authorities found that contaminated cantaloupes may have been the cause of illness in this outbreak.”


“A Washington state jury last week ordered chemical giant Bayer to pay $165 million to a group of Sky Valley Education Center employees who alleged they became seriously ill from polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) that leaked from light fixtures made by the company, Reuters reported.”


“Scientists today called for vigilance and transparency from China amid reports of a mystery cluster of pneumonia which has eerie similarities to the early Covid outbreak.

Hospitals in Beijing and 500 miles northeast in Liaoning are ‘overwhelmed with sick children’ with unusual symptoms that include inflammation in the lungs and a high fever but no cough, according to local news reports.”


“Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has declared a state of emergency after a freight train derailed in Kentucky on Wednesday afternoon.

Beshear’s office said in a Wednesday night statement that multiple freight train cars derailed in Rockcastle County, located in the southeastern part of the state… A spokesperson for CSX told Fox News Digital that 16 train cars were involved, including two that were carrying molten sulphur.”


The US Coast Guard has discovered about 1.1 million gallons of oil have been spilled off the coast of New Orleans. The cause is under investigation.


“Young children may be getting double the authorized dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine — a mistake that could have serious consequences, medical professionals told The Defender.

According to a Nov. 1 U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory, the agency ‘has become aware that some healthcare providers may not recognize that the single dose vial of Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine (2023-2024 Formula) for use in individuals 6 months through 11 years of age contains notably more than 0.25 mL [milliliters] of the vaccine.’

The FDA said some healthcare providers ‘may be withdrawing the entire contents of the vial to administer to an individual.’ Adults receive a dose of 0.50 mL.”


“Children with chronic exposure to high levels of fluoride in drinking water made more errors on drawing and cognitive tests, according to a new pilot study by researchers at Tulane University…

For the study, researchers recruited 74 children ages 5-14 from demographically and ethnically similar rural Ethiopian farming communities with varying levels of natural fluoride in their community wells, ranging from 0.4 to 15.5 mg/L.

The U.S. Public Health Service recommends 0.7 milligrams per liter (mg/L) as the “optimal level” for water fluoridation and the World Health Organization recommends that fluoride levels be kept below 1.5 mg/L.”

At least 128 are reportedly dead after an earthquake hit Nepal.


“The Biden administration took action Wednesday for a historic agreement among Western states to conserve vital water supplies… The May agreement would ensure that at least 3 million acre-feet, or 978 billion gallons, of Colorado River water supplies — which feed the massive California agriculture industry and major jurisdictions like Phoenix — are conserved by 2027. Under that plan, at least half of that amount will be conserved by 2025.”

Analyst Comment: Water is becoming a huge problem for western states. While California has already been restricting water use for years, we expect Arizona and Nevada to follow suit do to declining seasonal rains and increasing populations.


“Seven people were killed, at least two dozen injured and 158 vehicles were damaged on an interstate in Louisiana during a ‘super fog’ that left visibility near zero…

A long stretch of Interstate 55, a 24-mile-long highway near New Orleans, is expected to be closed ‘for the foreseeable future,’ police said.”


“Health Canada on Thursday confirmed the presence of DNA contamination in Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, and also confirmed that Pfizer did not disclose the contamination to the public health authority.

The DNA contamination includes the Simian Virus 40 (SV40) promoter and enhancer Pfizer did not previously disclose and that some experts say is a cancer risk due to potential integration with the human genome.”

Analyst Comment: DNA contamination in vaccines is heavily regulated as excess DNA will integrate with the human genome and can generate mutations leading to disease including cancer.


“The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA) has commenced airdropping millions of oral rabies vaccines (ORV) from planes in several states throughout the Southeast…

The RABORAL V-RG® vaccine is compressed into a matchbook-sized sachet, or plastic packet, which is sprinkled with a fishmeal coating, or encased inside a fishmeal polymer coating…

The program began in August distributing throughout the Northeast to mid-Atlantic regions such as Maine, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

It continued into mid-September from mid-September to mid-October in Massachusetts.

Throughout October, the program will be dispersing vaccines by airplane, helicopter, and vehicle in the Southern states such as Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

According to the USDA, ORV distribution has taken place in the United States since 1990.”


“More than 2,400 people were killed in earthquakes in Afghanistan, the Taliban administration said on Sunday, in the deadliest tremors to rock the quake-prone mountainous country in years.

The Saturday quakes in the west of the country hit 35 km (20 miles) northwest of the city of Herat, with one of 6.3 magnitude, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said.

They were among the world’s deadliest quakes this year, after tremors in Turkey and Syria killed an estimated 50,000 in February.”


Pfizer used a different manufacturing process to create the vaccines used in clinical trials. The process used to create the Covid vaccines for mass distribution, resulted in more impurities including high-levels of DNA fragments. This version of the vax was never tested.


“New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) announced a state emergency across New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley following torrential rains and flash flooding.”


“The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) responded to concerns about billions of plasmid DNA fragments in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine—as a university researcher recently testified in front of a South Carolina Senate hearing.

‘The mRNA COVID-19 vaccines authorized or approved for use in the United States are not defined as a gene therapy,’ the FDA told Maryanne Demasi, a former Australia Broadcasting Corporation journalist who now operates a Substack page. She noted that the FDA spokesperson didn’t answer specific questions about the DNA fragments.

Continuing, the spokesperson said that the ‘FDA is confident in the quality, safety, and effectiveness of these vaccines’ and added that the ‘agency’s benefit-risk assessment and ongoing safety surveillance demonstrates that the benefits of their use outweigh their risks…’

Dr. Buckhaults had made reference to research done by microbiologist Kevin McKernan, a researcher who worked on MIT’s Human Genome Project who said he found that the amount of DNA in vaccines could be 18 to 70 times higher than the limits required by a top health agency.

Earlier this year, Dr. McKernan published a paper finding that the quantities of DNA contamination in the vaccines exceeded the European Medicines Agency’s 330 ng/mg of DNA to RNA requirement by between 18 and 70 times. It’s also higher than the FDA’s 0 ng/dose requirements, and it had a reading of 12 ng/dose.

At the time, he warned that the DNA plasmids could infiltrate the human genome, contradicting public statements made by the FDA and other regulators that COVID-19 vaccines do not alter human DNA.”


“A new study funded by Pfizer found the company’s COVID-19 vaccine did not perform well in children under 5.

Children aged 6 months to 4 years are supposed to receive three shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The number was increased from two when early testing showed little effectiveness…

After adjusting for factors such as age and sex, researchers estimated just 12 percent effectiveness against medically-attended encounters for children who completed the three-dose primary series.”


“Flash floods in eastern Libya killed more than 2,300 people in the Mediterranean coastal city of Derna alone, the emergency services of the Tripoli-based government said on Tuesday.

More than 5,000 people remained missing while about 7,000 people were injured by the force of floodwaters that rushed down a normally dry river valley, said Osama Ali, spokesman for the Tripoli-based emergency services, which has had a team in Derna since Monday.”


“A powerful earthquake rocked Morocco late Friday night, killing over 800 people and causing buildings to crumble across the Atlas Mountains to the ancient city of Marrakech.

The epicenter of the magnitude-6.8 quake struck the High Atlas Mountains around 2300 local time at a depth of about 11 miles, the United States Geological Survey stated in a preliminary report.”


The Hawaii Governor and Agencies are lying about the number of dead in Maui:

1,000 people were initially reported missing, but officials claim most of those were not credible and narrowed the list to 385.

Governor claims less than 50 missing.

Maui police said 245 people were found, but hundreds more were added bringing their missing figure from 388 to 385.

At least 115 officially reported dead.

Analyst Comment: The police and Governor are manipulating the missing figures in an attempt to obscure how many deaths have actually occurred. We unfortunately expect the death toll to be closer to 1,000 than 100.


“A public health concern with potentially deadly consequences is on the rise in Virginia, health officials said, as people are testing positive for alpha-gal syndrome.

Alpha-gal syndrome (AGS) is a little-known meat allergy that is contracted through tick bites and can be life-threatening. It primarily causes hives, angioedema, upset stomach, diarrhea, stuffy or runny nose, sneezing, headaches and a drop in blood pressure, and it can even cause death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which issued a warning about the syndrome last month.

It is known to spread through tick bites, specifically from the lone star tick…”


“Tropical storm Hilary, having weakened from a Category 1 hurricane, is speeding up while pushing into Southern California Aug. 20, prompting evacuation warnings and cancellation of flights, classes, and sports games in some regions, bringing a stretch of rainfall expected to last through Monday.

Residents are asked to remain indoors as the tropical storm will likely bring “catastrophic and life-threatening” flooding to the region, according to National Weather Services (NWS).

The NWS has issued Southern California’s first-ever tropical storm watch Friday night—encompassing Los Angeles County, Orange County’s coastal and inland regions, and the Santa Ana Mountains and foothills. The state has not experienced a tropical storm landfall since 1939.”


“A tropical storm, Hilary, became a hurricane early on Aug. 17 off Mexico’s Pacific coast, and later rapidly strengthened into a major hurricane, as forecasters warned that it has the potential to bring devastating rainfall and high winds to Southern California and the southwestern United States by the end of the week.”


“The official death toll from the wildfires on Hawaii’s Maui Island has risen to 55 as of early Friday.

Dozens of people have been injured, some critically. It is the state’s deadliest natural disaster since a 1960 tsunami killed 61 people on the Big Island.

The fire was 80 percent contained as of Thursday, according to a Maui County news release.”


“The death toll from the fast-moving wildfires wreaking havoc through Hawaii has increased to 36, Maui County officials said Wednesday night local time. The blazes have been raging across at least three of Hawaii’s islands, trapping locals and visitors as strong winds linked to Hurricane Dora hampered efforts by authorities to contain the flames.”


“A major increase in spontaneous abortion among pregnant women was directly linked to the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine in Switzerland, according to a new analysis by statistician and Luzern University professor Dr. Konstantin Beck.

Beck, a former adviser to the German Minister of Health and the Swiss Parliament, analyzed publicly available Swiss and German data from scientific publications, health insurance companies and the Swiss Federal Office of Statistics (FOS).

He found that miscarriages and stillbirth rates in 2022 corresponded directly to COVID-19 vaccination among pregnant women in Switzerland nine months earlier…

Switzerland saw a historic drop in the rate of live births in 2022.

Every month that year, there were fewer births than there had been on average over the previous six years, for an overall reduction of 8.5% in the national birth rate, according to Beck’s analysis.

In some places, the drop was even more significant — Zurich had a 16.5 % drop in its birth rate.

The last comparable drop in births, 13%, Beck said, was during the 1914 mobilization of the Swiss Army at the start of World War I, when most young men went off to fight the war.


“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday recommended the first-ever monoclonal antibody marketed as a defense for all newborns against respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.

Beyfortus, also known as nirsevimab, is produced by pharma giants Sanofi and AstraZeneca…

According to The Associated Press (AP), the drug will be offered as a ‘one-time shot for infants born just before or during the RSV season and for those less than 8 months old before the season starts,’ and for some high-risk 8-19-month-old infants…

Several infant deaths — 12 in all — were reported during the clinical trial, which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) claimed during a June review were “unrelated” to the antibody. On Thursday, Jones repeated this claim during the ACIP meeting, stating that “no RSV-associated deaths were recorded.”

CNBC reported in June that of the 12 infants, ‘Four died from cardiac disease, two died from gastroenteritis, two died from unknown causes but were likely cases [of] sudden infant death syndrome, one died from a tumor, one died from COVID, one died from a skull fracture, and one died of pneumonia.’”


“New evidence suggests vaccinated individuals can transmit antibodies generated through mRNA COVID-19 vaccination to unvaccinated individuals through aerosols, according to a peer-reviewed study published in ImmunoHorizons…

Consistent with results reported by others, the researchers identified both immunoglobulin G (IgG) and immunoglobulin A (IgA) antibodies in the saliva of vaccinated individuals and on their masks.”