This is the new picture on the Bureau of Land Management website – be patient, it may load slowly:

If you don’t know what this is – it is a giant lump of coal.

Previously, the BLM showed a nice picture of range land with a couple of backpackers in the foreground. Now, it’s TRUiMPhantly showing a lump of dirty coal.

We live in an INSANE world. And it’s getting rapidly worse.

Parts of the Arctic Ocean are Turning Into the Atlantic

Over 1/3 of the Arctic Ocean has now changed into something resembling the Atlantic.

And Paul Beckwith reports “last week there were 37 icebergs calving off from Greenland, this week 450 plus icebergs”.

I don’t suppose this is going to wake anyone up.

Unless their steaming their way through on the Titanic.

Which we all are.


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5 thoughts on “Changes

  • April 7, 2017 at 12:26 am

    No, it won’t wake anyone up.

    In the 2008 remake of “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” John Cleese plays a physics professor who tells the alien Klaatu that “only when we are on the brink of destruction do we find the will to change. Only at the precipice do we evolve.”

    Very pretty words, but also completely incorrect. As we are seeing now, the further along collapse gets, the more delusional people become; the disconnect with reality grows to outrageous proportions.

    Acres, I know you disapprove of Hollywood films, but maybe you’re watching them wrong? The good ones are like mirrors designed to reflect the delusions of our cultural unconscious.

    A paradigm is what you think about before you think about something. A good film shows us some aspect of our unconscious culture in raw, naked form—without the filmmakers even realizing what they are putting on display for us. You just have to learn to see it.

    Another good example is the very recent “Passengers,” which I spoke of in a recent post. Why isn’t everybody as alarmed as we are? See the movie “Passengers” and find out. If your unconscious paradigm is that the future will be like “Passengers,” you automatically screen out contrary evidence.

  • April 7, 2017 at 11:37 am

    It might just be me but it’s starting to feel like things are starting to become exponential?

    Both geopolitically & Gaia kicking back sense of things.

    I guess this is what catabolic collapse looks like – if you know what to look for.

    Thanks again to everyone here for their ongoing objective commentary & for continuing to provide some semblance of sanity as things unfold.

    • April 7, 2017 at 3:17 pm

      Yes, I agree. I get the same sense of collapse accelerating, both politically and climatologically.

      I used to wish I had a TARDIS so I could skip ahead and see the end of the story. But it looks like the end of the story is coming to us more rapidly than supposed.

      What do you think, blue ocean event this September? Gotta happen by 2020, at least.

    • April 7, 2017 at 3:25 pm

      I agree. There are several “triggers” occurring right now. No matter what happens, it’s still another acceleration of events. In the norther hemisphere, spring is here and summer soon to follow and the much higher temperatures to be expected.

      Blue ocean? Very likely, but definitely before 2020 for certain, and then all bets are off.

      I keep telling my kids – enjoy what you have, while you have it, because it is not going to last much longer.

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