Presentation in Miami Beach

The presentation embedded below was delivered in Miami Beach, Florida on 6 December 2015. Unlike my previous presentations, it focuses on the loss of global dimming when industrial civilization reaches its overdue end. Thanks to Pauline Panagiotou Schneider for shooting and editing the video.

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  • “Language itself is a poor form of communication.”

    Obviously true in your case.

    “It’s inferior to natural methods such as telepathy.”

    No confidence in your own beliefs since you’re still typing.

    “I did but apparently you didn’t get the memo.”

    Oh I did get a message, but not a memo. A memo is a usually brief WRITTEN message. More evidence that you should abandon written language immediately since your usage is so imprecise and stick to your beloved telepathy.

  • A peer reviewed 2011 study suggests that the cause of the stagnation in global warming in the mid 20th century was the atmospheric nuclear explosions detonated between 1945 and 1980.

  • Jason Samenow’s informative piece at WaPo has some great animations showing the bizarre development of the ABOVE FREEZING predictions for the North Pole.

    Samenow gives much deserved credit to Robert Scribber Fanney.

    The empirical data also predicts more fierce storms & utter hell for Northern England.

    Please be forewarned; the article doesn’t have any music vids, no electronic music/guitars, sites for meditation with gurus, claims of access to clandestine political power, or claims of profound inner visions/wisdom.

    Just information about our wounded planet going/gone bonkers.

  • Robin Datta:

    I think it does refer to me. We’re all stupid for living.

  • Please be forewarned; the article doesn’t have any music vids, no electronic music/guitars, sites for meditation with gurus, claims of access to clandestine political power, or claims of profound inner visions/wisdom.

    Beeep, and no hashish, no whisky, no beer, no chicks either- lame Washingtonpost :-)

    Crank up the volume!:

  • Whining wont save the world anyway- So play for me one more time, Johnny:

  • High time for some new record:

    ” The MET office predicts 2016 will be hottest year ever.”

  • I think despair has nudged out all the fear.
    Is this what acceptance feels like?

  • At the intersection of Church and State

  • “Where can the Navy attack? As long as the navy commands the seas, it can deliver a biological or chemical attack anywhere on that three quarters of the Earth’s surface that’s covered by water” as well as deliver bio/chem agents “hundreds of miles inland from any coastline” to “attack a large portion of an enemy’s population.” In sea strike simulations US Navy bio/chem weapons agents spread over huge swathes of China and Russia.

  • .
    There is a paradigm shift taking place in the field of science with the recognition that even the most stoic minds of the world need a way to process their doomsday findings. All of this is fueling a debate that’s raged since before Galileo and until recently landed on one central question: What place does human emotion have in scientific reasoning? But in 2015, there’s another layer that’s been schlepped into the controversial heap: What do you do when your job is to document the end of the world?

  • …it appears increasingly unlikely that humanity will prove capable of confronting and addressing the self-destructive climate-change catastrophe that it has created. In that case, perhaps the best response remaining is to adopt the attitude Vonnegut expressed earlier in his weird autobiographical novel Slapstick! Confronted by the painful realities of life, Vonnegut (who as a prisoner of war in Dresden, which was pummeled and burned to the ground days of bombing with high explosives and incendiary bombs dropped by British and US bomber squadrons, experienced mankind at its worst), offered up his response to the insanity: a simple “hi-ho.”

    So, Hi-ho…?

  • disease offered the most efficient and fastest way to kill the billions that must soon die if the abrupt crisis is to be survived. My favorite candidate for eliminating 90 percent of the world’s population is airborne Ebola (Ebola Reston), because it is both highly lethal and it kills in days, instead of years. “We’ve got airborne diseases with 90 percent mortality in humans genetically spliced with Aids, Anthrax, H1N1 and 5 other virulent microbes. Award winning scientist, Dr. Eric Pianka University of Texas evolutionary ecologist showed solutions for reducing the world’s population to an audience on population control.

    The depopulation quotes and intentions of the world’s most important leaders and institutions is evidence that the plans are being implemented. When so many influential leaders speak about the need to depopulate the world, you might pay attention to their actions for scheduled release dates underway. The best prepared will survive, but they must immediately begin decommissioning work, or they too will perish.

    The depopulation agenda is being legitimized in print by various global think tank groups as a means to instantly halt the industrialization of the planet in order to save it from the overuse of fossil fuels. Further, the depopulation agenda is being used to protect & provide this planet’s inhabitants from a dwindling food source resulting in starvation & riots over limited resources. .

    1. The grid will go down. As soon as possible you will need to know the difference between a normal power failure, rolling blackouts and when the plug has been pulled for good. People on ham radio networks will be the only ones who can discern if it is a national scale event. (We strongly advocated against the use of EMPs to induce the total blackout.) If EMP’s are used then you will know from the stalled vehicles that bio war is already in full process to clear USA first for later habitation by easier to manage people from the republic of China.

    2. Over ten thousand sleeper cells already in the USA have their various religious reasons to Biblicaly enact pouring the vials out upon the land, seas, rivers and water purification facilities. Bio-genetics will also be released by professionals trained to do it on a more clinical basis.

    300 million are projected to die in 72 hours. For the youngest & oldest it will be very swift. Other diseases will kill more people during the first six months of human decay, combined with very limited medical professionals who may be able to aid the living. Nature evolved humans to fund & design their most virulent and contagious self elimination.

    All survivors should immediately proceed toward their nearest nuclear power stations. Teams of at least ten per plant are already trained to manage the consequences of this event. All survivors will need to assist the nuclear professionals conducting the critical first phases of removing rods to cooling ponds. Volumes of instructions, in several languages, are being distributed to every American facility.

    Mostly likely there will still be about 200 other meltdowns in other countries. Take potassium iodine and read your books on how a future generation may survive decades after the most radioactive atmospheric levels pass.

    Chemical engineers from OSHA are to secure the most volatile storage tanks of Boron Tricholoride, Hydrogen Cyanide, Nitric & Slfuric acid, Tungsten Hexafluoride and Ethylene Oxide.

    Union Carbide representatives will hopefully secure the Methylamine Phosgene. Many other toxic industrial strength substances will leave most manufacturing areas as dead zones for over a decade.

    Is there any other course of action we can take beside instant de-pop to get people to cooperate with reducing mass consumer civilization? (We live in a world that likes instant apps.) Almost impossible to seek cooperation toward taking any other less violent measure for reductions. Last year when we were inspired by Germany, we asked for your vote on decommissioning the grid ahead of events. Per your non response we must move on to methods that do not require you to lift a finger. Scorching heatwaves, Pacific Radiation and overheating nuclear cooling systems are only a few factors in process. Very few species will survive the chemicals and radiation. At nearly 200 species per day going extinct, our instant human die-off solution is a humane response. It is the only one (except for voluntary cooperation) that provides maximum species survival in the aftermath. Operation Jade Helm phase 3 will continue drills in 2016.

  • @Satish

    Do all these satsang teachers go to a special school on ‘how to be a satsang teacher’? (wink) ( a lot of them seem to have the same mannerisms and idiosyncracies )

    Personally I think Matt Kahn says WAY too much.
    Also some of what he says is just plain misleading.

    This business of ‘you are the breath’ ? How is that helpful?
    You are that which the breath comes and goes WITHIN.

    ‘Be the breath’- and how exactly would i do that?

    I’m not picking holes just for the sake of it- I just feel a lot of these teachers are spreading confusion. I wonder how many people actually finish with misery and suffering in their lives listening to this type of teaching?

    PS in my experience its far simpler than we have ever imagined to be finished for good with misery and suffering – no understanding – spiritual or otherwise required.

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    Intelligence collection analysts also seek to develop current collection systems and acquire new collection systems that represent the interests of the CIA. Intelligence collection analysts also partner and collaborate with other collection professionals in intelligence collection strategy forums and sensitive collection programs.
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    Intelligence is said to be the fuel on which the Intelligence Community operates. And the first part of the intelligence process involves its collection. In fact, everything and everyone in the process depends on the collection of intelligence.

    Intelligence collection analysts of the CIA are therefore responsible for ensuring the successful collection of all relevant intelligence, which is then used to produce the finished intelligence reports that are provided to U.S. policymakers when making crucial decisions.

    Intelligence collection analysts may focus their efforts on any number of avenues when it comes to the acquisition of raw intelligence, including:

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  • I just find it fascinating that he uses these particular words:

    “Again, take a deep breath. Don’t tell me about how many black friends you have. Don’t tell me that you are married to someone of color. Don’t tell me that you voted for Obama. Don’t tell me that I’m the racist. Don’t tell me that you don’t see color. Don’t tell me that I’m blaming whites for everything. To do so is to hide yet again. You may have never used the N-word in your life, you may hate the K.K.K., but that does not mean that you don’t harbor racism and benefit from racism…White America, are you prepared to be at war with yourself, your white identity, your white power, your white privilege?”

    Dear White America
    By George Yancy
    New York Times

    Why to say this and continue to annoy? I am trying to get to the bottom of the causes for this rather awful situation. To understand before i check out more clearly where we are and why we are here. One of the prescriptions of The Buddhist Noble 8 Fold Path is to see the world as it truly is. And I am not particularly interested in preserving my self image or my white boy cracker post on the totem pole in order to get there, as that would make the purpose of the exercise utterly absurd.

    And so, at least as far as I can tell, the De-Colonizing Narrative seems to carry the most weight. Comprehensively. Whether it’s coming out of North American Indigenous, Gaveyite, Nkruma and Lumumba’s Pan-Africanism, or from Radical Feminist Theory.

    John Henrik Clarke and Amos Wilson were warning multiple times about systemic conceptual structures that would lead to the end of life on earth. And also you can read it in Andrea Dworkin who felt like patriarchy would ultimately end in the annihilation of the human race. Or North American Indigenous like John Trudell who saw it and predicted it. And Jack Forbes when he called Columbus a cannibal. Or the Inuit who articulated the wetiko madness. Or my Aboriginal Australian friends who talk about the appalling psychological fallout from genocide.

    These are just a few examples. I am sure there are many more. To whit, the Unchallengable Omnicidal Culture of Total Death and Scorched Earth didn’t come out of the mountains in Laos.

    Look. If you got problems with me, here is what’s happening: I am trying to ~understand~. Yes. I know. It would be much better if I just took a blue pill so I could get a free methane-rich steak dinner and a good rest for eternity.

    Cheers and Happy New Year

  • Gerald. Thanks for the update link:

    ‘Update at 10 p.m.: There is conflicting information about what the average temperature at the North Pole is at this time of year. An educational website run by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute indicates it is -40 degrees. However, meteorologist Ryan Maue indicates a re-analysis dataset suggests it is closer to -20 degrees (-29 Celsius). This story has been updated based on the assumption the average temperature is around -20 degrees, meaning the departure from average as a result of this storm would be over 50 degrees (as opposed to 70 degrees as stated when published initially).’

    Again there a horrible muddle which results from use of Fahrenheit.

    Robert Scribbler has been known to make serious errors in the past, whilst newspaper editors are known to frequently make serious errors (or deliberately hype certain aspects while ignoring others).

    I am reminded of Annie Prouix’s ‘Shipping News’, in which the advice given is to sensationalise the possibility of a community being devastated by a storm, and then follow up with a headline ‘Saved from storm’.

    Yes, there will probably be yet more severe flooding in northern England soon. And whether there is or not, the Cameron government (and practically every other government on Earth) will continue to promote increased use of concrete and fossil fuels -and faster planetary meltdown.

    Nemesis Says:
    December 29th, 2015 at 9:33 am

    High time for some new record:

    ” The MET office predicts 2016 will be hottest year ever.”

    How could it not be?

  • @Tim

    Radio Show coming up.

    Should be special.

  • What do the tornado count and sea level have in common ?

    Abrupt reality change (On The Origin of Tornadoes – 7, New Type of SLC Detection Model – 14)

  • How could it not be?

    Oh well, hellyeah, how could it not be? Did you know:

    I saw it coming, this thing some call “Apocalypse”. I saw it coming my whole life from early childhood on, it came to me within repetitive dreams some 45 years ago and now I see it unfold like a dark flower in reality. I cried “Yes!” all my life and the sheeps cried “No!” and Mother Nature yells “YES, YES, YES!”. And the sheeps yell:


  • I think we’re all going to be scooped up and throne into the St. Mary’s of Bethlehem Hospital for the Criminally Inane. Fitting punishment for a bunch of worthless doomkoffs!

  • Maybe the Anglo-American imperial corporate-state empire will be rendered moot and go out with a whimper when the PRC cyber army goes to town on their/our ass for 15 minutes. No that type of scenario is never discussed because they are not white and thus not capable. Maybe the Chinese know everything they are up to and will do an end around when it suits them? What do they need the white devils for? Remember the Opium War? I bet they do.

    Will we go out with a whimper instead of a bang? Cyberwar more likely than nuclear war

    “The outsourcing of information systems jobs that Thomas Friedman and other experts think so highly of led to hardware and software companies unwittingly hiring foreign cyberwar agents who planted logic bombs and trapdoors at the companies they worked for. They also stole billions of dollars of intellectual property. Of course, this is also going on from abroad, but the existence of foreign agents within our borders means that even if we could shut our network off from the global internet if cyberwar broke out, this hidden army of cyberwarriors could launch attacks from within the United States.

    We’re far more vulnerable than any other nation to a cyberattack, since all of our 18 civilian infrastructure sectors rely 100% on the internet. They shouldn’t be connected to the internet or intranet AT ALL. But since our infrastructure is privately owned, and private companies hire lobbyists to prevent any government regulation because they don’t want to spend the money to take themselves off the network or make their networks more secure, all of these infrastructures within the United States are vulnerable: Agriculture, Banking and Finance, Chemical and Hazardous materials, Dams, Defense, Emergency services, Energy, Information technology, National monuments and icons, Nuclear power, Postal and shipping, Public Health, Telecommunications, Transportation, and Water and water treatment systems.

    The Chinese and Russian government’s own the infrastructure and have gone to great lengths to protect their systems from attack. This has led to what the defense department and Homeland Security call “asymmetric vulnerability”.”

  • Someone posted about the usOfa not using the metric system, and the reason is, ta da, Rep. and then Sen. “Chuck Grassley of Iowa. He bartered all the fungible votes to trade together and he stopped the implementation of the metric system. Even though he went on to be Senate Finance chair, that was about his only lasting legacy, nigh 3 decades, that is not sad but pathetic.

    A bit different was Mr. antinuclear Sen. Tom Harkin who wrote and pushed the American Disabilites Act. I still remember Tom and Helen Caldicott together in 1984 at a fundraiser for him and the Nuclear Freeze.

    Talking about a freeze – as posted, Neven’s Arctic Sea Ice Blog is a great reference for the Arctic changes, as is the Forum.

    Yes, my poor opinion about the new big storm is a few hours of zero degree Celsius will not damage the ice at the north pole, but we need those -40 degree C == -40 degree F nights up there to make the ice thick.

    A lot of the data available is ice area, because it is harder to quantify volume. If ice area minimum of 2016 ties or beats 2012 – oh well, it is the volume in the end that matters – and the “end” will be (sotto voce) a whimper.

    And another Rognerian leap

    The storms of 2015-16 – will it be enough to wake up the populace of the U.K.? Probably not. The biggest thing I believe they should do is dry cask as much nuclear waste as possible at Sellafield and batten down the hatches at that crumbling dump. No, England will still tightly grasp onto their nuclear weapons, it is an insanity that burrows deep into many nations psyche. The only analogy I can offer is that holding nuclear weapons is psychologically similar to a combination of rabies and a rabid schizophrenia, and that is plutonium bat shit crazy.

  • @Tim

    Japanese science editor tells us all about tritium.

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  • We haven’t had this link for a while. Relinking in case there are any newcomers around. I think it is still one of the best ever, considering its vintage.

  • “Over ten thousand sleeper cells already in the USA have their various religious reasons to Biblicaly enact pouring the vials out upon the land, seas, rivers and water purification facilities.”

    Right on, Mark.

    My team at the Office of Biblical Enactment (Seas Division) was responsible for viral distribution for the Southeast Region. As you know, the vial pouring rituals we taught were conducted in fluent Aramaic to convince even the most ardent Christian fanatic that we were legitimate angels of the Lord. I’ve been been moved, along with my family, to the massive underground facility in Arkansas(which I’m sure you’ve heard about). It’s with regret that I must reveal that the summer release date was a deception and only an elite few of us knew and that the launch had always been planned to be done under the cover of the busy holiday season to punish the wicked for adopting the heathen Babylonian Tammuz Tree.

    That’s right, most of the biologicals have already been released!

    What you don’t know and must now be told is that these are super secret slow release strains. Anyone who was not in a facility like the one I’m in or who hasn’t been wearing a hazmat suit since Dec 15 is DOA. Depending on your immune system you will be dead by Easter. This may be my last communication since internet contact with the outside world is to be cut off at years end. Sorry old chum and godspeed.

  • I’d rather prefere to be dead than being buried alive underground. Have phun, stupid, sick socalled “Elite”, ha ha ha 8-)

  • “This is the best of times by any standards. Never before in history has the state of the world soared as in our times. Hunger, dictatorship, wars and oppression are all declining. This is a much more humane and compassionate generation than any earlier.”

    – Esko Valtaoja, Emeritus Professor of Astronomy (2015)

  • This is the best of times…

    Hahaha, this rosy liershit will soon find an end. We have a saying in Germany:

    Lügen haben kurze Beine.


    Lies got short legs.

    Hell, I like that, cause it says that lies cannot persist for long in the face of reality. Truth always wins in the long run. Cool, that’s all I ever wanted 8-)

  • RE, Valtaoja: The only reason that it appears that there are fewer wars and that smarmy war mongers are able to pretend to be compassionate and that we live in a more compassionate age, has to do with something I learned about recently. It’s what is called “carrying capacity of the land”. Artleads should have something to say on this. Anyway, carrying capacity, the ability to support outrageously large populations due to the massive application of technology, is not going to be adaptable to the rapid climate changes that are happening in the most important food producing areas.

    Populations will be forced to renew the only recourse left to them when agriculture fails: mass migration and war.

    Nemesis, it certainly can rot one’s socks to see supposedly intelligent professors try to bamboozle people into believing sheer nonsense.

  • @Diarmuid

    There has been so much unnecessary mystery piled on and around the word “enlightenment”, to the point that people who are searching for some kind of spiritual resolution can’t even define what they’re trying to accomplish.

    I recently had this this abstract impenetrability shattered, unceremoniously grounded by a mundane re-definition of enlightenment.

    According to Advaita teacher Roger Castillo:

    “Enlightenment is simply continuous, unbroken peace of mind, regardless of the circumstances.”

    In other words, enlightenment is no more and no less than imperturbability or equanimity. This re-framing really kicked the pedestal out from under a lot of mystery and mythology that had been fogging my brain.

    This information has made all the difference for me, as I can now see the target I have been aiming at, know how to achieve it, and have some way to assess my progress. All the work I’ve been doing for the last decade on taming my emotional reactivity is revealed to as not just the path to a more comfortable life within my own skin, but as my actual path to enlightenment, the path to my Self.

    One big thing blocking us from peace of mind is our emotional reactivity. Fortunately there are a ton of well-tested psychological tools out there to help us tame that beast. For those of us who have woken up though the fear-inducing impact of collapse awareness, this might be a very good thing to know. Most of the problems I’ve had over the last decade have been due to my reactivity, and I’m sure the condition is widespread in the collapse awareness movement.

    Peace of Mind. That sounds a lot more realistic, feasible and functional than enlightenment, doesn’t it?

  • More happy news from Professor Valtaoja:

    “At this very moment (2015) the world economy is growing fast, probably faster than ever, but we just stare at all these small local crises and slumps… The exponential growth of GDP will continue just as always before…”

    “If the ITER fusion reactor project in France is a success, our energy problems and climate change are solved. What is more, manned interstellar travel becomes possible and travel time to the nearest stars will be only about 20 years because we will have fast fusion powered spaceships.”

  • David Higham—wow . . . . . thank you for that link. Here is one of the standout comments that followed:

    “I wish more people in leadership roles would speak out like Professor Timothy Pachirat. One only has to spend a little time researching the state of the environment to come to the realization that humans have greatly overshot the carrying capacity of earth. Climate change is just one of the major planetary boundaries humans have breached. The planetary dashboard is all lit up with warning lights flashing bright red.
    And scientists are just as gloomy as Prof Pachirat, but are afraid to talk about it.
    The evidence is truly overwhelming and Prof Pachirat only scratched the surface of mankind’s predicament. To put it bluntly, the human race is following the same biological script of overshoot and collapse seen in every organism from bacteria to reindeer herds. Fossil fuels only enabled humans to multiply their destructive activity a thousand-fold so that now we have locked in thousands of years of unstoppable sea level rise, temperature increases of several degrees Celsius, die-off of most of the world’s forests, collapse of the marine food chain, and many other catastrophic consequences. We need more people like Prof Pachirat to scream out the truth to a self-destructive culture blind to the collapsing world around it. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”

  • Glaucon X, …any hypotheses about why theses stooges are fucking with Guy’s blog.
    CIA is more bizarre than Austin?
    Jungle Jim is a dead give away.
    … and why so stupid?
    Guy has to see this.

  • @Ray Batman

    Bling- it’s exactly this kinda wishful thinking that brought us into that mess. Dream on, Professor Valtaoja and happy awakening soon.

  • It is raining on the December Arctic ice now.

    The temperature at Svarlbard (80 N. latitude) is 48 degrees F.

    The Barents Sea is essentially ice free.

    Winter is disappearing.

    Planet Earth is screaming.

    at robertscribbler

  • I’ve penned and posted a new essay. It’s here.

  • Caroline,

    Thanks for the quote. I was just thinking something like that. It isn’t that NTE will occur; it’s that it’s occurring already. The big ocean fish are already almost extinct. The large wild animals likewise. The poor in the global”south” are dying in very large numbers already (and that fact is confused by the escalating “middle class” growth there too). Maybe it’s that everything that isn’t part of the globalized capitalist structure is dying. Cultures. Places. Species. And those, like us, within the inner chamber of that globalized structure can’t see any problem anywhere.

  • .
    Proffessor Esko Valtaoja professes that,

    “This is a much more humane and compassionate generation than any earlier.”

    And yet from David Higham’s excellent link, professor Pachirat observes that,

    “Farm animals are the most illustrated example, with an estimated 50 billion land animals killed each year worldwide after living lives of immense, unprecedented confinement and suffering,” he continued. “If we use a utilitarian calculus based on the capacity to feel pain, it would be possible to say, based on our treatment of farm animals alone, that we are living in a period of more suffering than the world has ever known.”

    I prefer the latter assessment, because it doesn’t myopically view existence as only just relating to human’s and human endeavors.

    One could look at the difference in scope between these two professors’ awareness levels and see yet another aspect of enlightenment therein, and what changes it can produce in the human consciousness.

    I think that the term ‘raising one’s consciousness’ is actually a deceptive misnomer … enlightenment has more to do with no longer allowing your consciousness to be artificially lowered.



  • Pacific Ocean bats last…..61 pages of HYPERLINKs that show the demise of the Pacific post Fukushima.

    Take a 2 minute scroll, dig in if you wish.

  • “I watched in amazement as a few hundred members of the Texas Academy of Science rose to their feet and gave a standing ovation to a speech that enthusiastically advocated the elimination of 90 percent of Earth’s population by airborne Ebola. The speech was given by Dr. Eric R. Pianka (Fig. 1), the University of Texas evolutionary ecologist and lizard expert who the Academy named the 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist.
    Something curious occurred a minute before Pianka began speaking. An official of the Academy approached a video camera operator at the front of the auditorium and engaged him in animated conversation. The camera operator did not look pleased as he pointed the lens of the big camera to the ceiling and slowly walked away.

    This curious incident came to mind a few minutes later when Professor Pianka began his speech by explaining that the general public is not yet ready to hear what he was about to tell us.”

    The truth is so clear to sane, reasonable individuals.

  • Doctors, including bioweapons expert Eric R. Pianka, have recently detected Zika RNA, the genetic material the virus uses to reproduce, in several fetuses born with microcephaly, Scott Weaver, the director of the Institute for Human Infections and Immunity at the University of Texas Medical Branch, told the Genetic Expert News Service. 84,000 cases now spreading rapidly in Brazil.