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Earth is fighting to stay alive. Mass dieoffs, triggered by anthropogenic assault and fallout of planetary defense systems offsetting the impact, could begin anytime!

Mass Die-offs

WARNING: First 20 percent of the world population could randomly perish starting 2016

FIRE-EARTH’s population model shows mass die-offs resulting from human impact on the planet and the planetary response to the anthropogenic harm could occur by early 2016.

  • RANDOM. The mass die-offs would occur randomly.
  • UNSTOPPABLE. Once triggered, the chain-reaction created by the dynamics of mass die offs would burst out of control.

On May 15, 2011 symbolic countdown to the ‘worst day’ in human history began ...

FIRE-EARTH Climate Models show climate change forcings and feedbacks switching global weather patterns onto “primordial tracks.”

The extreme weather events triggered by anthropogenic climate change have a four-prong impact on humans over the next 50 months. FIRE-EARTH models forecast:

1. Food production:

  • Average decline of 22% in the global agricultural output
  • Loss of topsoil and worsening of soil quality
  • Rapid Climate Change & Extreme Weather Events
    • Drought and Deluge
    • Extremes of Temperature
    • Heatwaves and Late Frosts
    • Desertification and Dust Storms
  • Crop Pests
  • Increases in the size and occurrence of dead zones
  • Large decline in marine food sources

2. Spread of Disease

  • Substantial increases in the spread of diseases
    • Vector borne
    • Air borne
    • Water borne
    • Food borne
  • Superbugs:  Emergence of resistant bacteria, especially MDR bacteria
  • Resurgence of killer infectious diseases
  • Increases in the spread of human immunodeficiency viruses
  • Significant decline in air quality (and corresponding increase in chronic respiratory diseases)
  • Other viral diseases
  • Massive rises in mental illnesses

3. Physical Safety

Major increases in the number of deaths and injuries, as well as large scale displacements due to the loss of shelter and livelihood caused by extreme weather and geophysical events including:

  • Tornadoes
  • Hurricanes
  • Storms and Extreme Weather
  • Climate Change
  • Extreme Rain Events
  • Flash Flooding
  • Drought and Deluge
  • Landslides
  • Extremes of Temperature
  • Deforestation
  • Wildfires
  • Loss of “Seasons”
  • Earthquakes*
  • Tsunamis*
  • Volcanic activity*
  • Nuclear Incidents
  • Oil Spills
  • Chemical and Biological Threats
  • Poisoned and Polluted Environment (Air, Water and Soil pollution)
  • Ozone Depletion  (Ozone Holes)

4. The Combined Effect

Social upheavals, regional conflicts and wars caused by mass migrations and scarcity of basic resources resulting from the combined effects of the above, as well as other mechanisms.

[June 27, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,724 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History

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37 Responses to “Mass Die-offs”

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  3. Jed said

    [Even smart guys would starve to death without food! Moderator]

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  9. Mark said

    Why was May 15 2011 the turning point? And now, with the extent of the severity, of the radioactive material, coming from the three reactors at Fukishima, polluting the Northern Hemisphere, has the percentages changed?

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  13. Kiery-Anne Clissold said

    Helol, I am kiery-Anne, i live in Morwell Australia. We have had a recent normal spate of bushes…but the fire has gotten into the Open Cut Coal Mine. Into the Seam, which happens to have a town built on it. It has been burning for weeks with no sign of being controlled or put out. The locals are being poisoned by the pollutants in the Volcano like smoke that continually spews out of this disgusting hole in our beautiful planet. We need some help here. Thought your organisation should know. Thanks, n cheers. 🙂

    • feww said

      Hello Kiery-Anne!
      Saddened to hear of your plight, but the energy dinosaurs have been burning the planet, one way or another, for quite sometime.
      NO human should have to breath in hazardous air. It just doesn’t make any sense; and certainly NO human should put up with this kind of situation. Everyone should be enraged.
      The last we heard, authorities were planning to evacuate Morwell, Is that still on the slate?

      Smoke from Hazelwood mine fire has been blowing across the town of Morewell, Vic., Australia over the past two weeks.
      Smoke from Hazelwood mine fire has been blowing across the town of Morewell, Vic., Australia over the past two weeks. Source: abc.net.au

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  18. Kim said

    You may be interested to know that the so-called “Future of Humanity Institute Oxford University” have copied most of the ideas posted on this blog in a paper labelled “12 Risks that threaten human civilization,” available at

    http://globalchallenges.org/wp-content/uploads/12-Risks-with-infinite-impact-full-report-1.pdf

  19. Do you have a big “party” planned for the final countdown?

    • feww said

      We’re the “grand jury,” as it were, not the judge. While we do influence the “planning,” we don’t fully control the process.

      Some might consider a viral nightmare like mass “microcephaly” or global “sterilization,” among other thoughts, a fitting finale to the verminous bipod existence; however, there’s general consensus that this is not just about retaliation and punishment.

      Ultimately, the epilogue depends on how the world is perceived by the viewers: What’s the worst possible endgame for each player?

      • Massive amounts of man made radiation continuously pouring into the largest ocean on the planet, causing mutations in humans, leading to a shrinking of our ability to think… Eventually we become so simple that only the basics are all we can manage to deal with. Food, mating, finding a cave when it rains. The “meek” shall inherit the earth.
        Once the tsunami washes all that radioactive sludge up onto the west coast, it’ll dry out then be blown by the jet stream over the Rockys, thinning out the herd even more…
        “…depends on how the world is perceived by the viewers…”? “Duh, I like shiney! Gimme the the shiney! Ohhhh…..”

  20. Martin Watt said

    I read your fire earth posts and agree we are on a terrible trajectory with huge momentum just like a Tsunami, but there is hope. In the atmosphere of a natural limbic resonance and our collective consciousness potential there is a tremendous flowing power of hope, life and ascension among us. We must know facts and truth but also deal among us in nourishing magical words of positive manifestation, encouragement and faith. Lets take all we know and are concerned about and sit silently in the nature and throw the concerns into the wind, speaking out aloud of what we know, like offering clay pigeon targets for the divine attention and surrender our concerns in that moment to the power of life that is so keen to help us and watch the magic unfold. You will feel lighter and others will be touched by your efforts as we all work in our own way for a better future. Let us polarise ourselves toward truth, hope and enlightenment and help others rise up out of smallness. Team effort!

  21. Tim B. said

    More than 70 percent of Japan’s largest coral reef in the Sekiseishoko area, located southeast of the archipelago, died in 2016 due to a rise in water temperatures, according to a study by Japan’s Ministry of Environment.

    A ministry official said the results showed accelerated coral bleaching was taking place — due chiefly to rising ocean temperatures.

    The bleaching at Sekiseishoko worsened between June and September last year because ocean temperatures were 1 to 2 degrees Celsius higher than normal, exceeding 30 C.

    The latest figure shows a significant jump with respect to that registered between September and October, when 97 percent of the corals had undergone bleaching and 56 percent had died.

    According to the survey, 91.4 percent of the coral in the surveyed locations is at least partly bleached.
    http://www.efe.com/efe/english/technology/bleaching-wrecked-japan-s-largest-coral-reef-in-2016/50000267-3145391

  22. Dr T. F. said

    Mass coral mortality under local amplification of 2 °C ocean warming
    http://www.nature.com/articles/srep44586
    Abstract
    A 2 °C increase in global temperature above pre-industrial levels is considered a reasonable target for avoiding the most devastating impacts of anthropogenic climate change. In June 2015, sea surface temperature (SST) of the South China Sea (SCS) increased by 2 °C in response to the developing Pacific El Niño. On its own, this moderate, short-lived warming was unlikely to cause widespread damage to coral reefs in the region, and the coral reef “Bleaching Alert” alarm was not raised. However, on Dongsha Atoll, in the northern SCS, unusually weak winds created low-flow conditions that amplified the 2 °C basin-scale anomaly. Water temperatures on the reef flat, normally indistinguishable from open-ocean SST, exceeded 6 °C above normal summertime levels. Mass coral bleaching quickly ensued, killing 40% of the resident coral community in an event unprecedented in at least the past 40 years. Our findings highlight the risks of 2 °C ocean warming to coral reef ecosystems when global and local processes align to drive intense heating, with devastating consequences.
    Thomas M. DeCarlo et al.
    Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 44586 (2017)
    doi:10.1038/srep44586

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