Earth Rang Like A Bell

On November 11, 2019 something really strange occurred that took scientists by surprise with no immediate explanation. Earth rang like a bell for 20 Minutes.

Scientific instruments picked up inexplicable seismic waves that originated around 15 miles off the shores of a French island between Africa and Madagascar.

The strange part is, it wasn’t an earthquake. In fact, scientists have no idea what happened.

The waves picked up by seismic instruments rippled away from the shores of Mayotte Island .. Soon after, seismic sensors located in Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia picked up the same thing.

The seismic wave continued traveling until it was eventually picked up by researchers as far away as Chile, New Zealand, Canada, and even Hawaii approximately 11,000 miles away.

The mysterious phenomenon caused our planet to ring like a massive bell for a period of around twenty minutes, and as all of this was taking place, not a single human felt anything out of the ordinary.

It’s one of the strangest thin…

Hong Kong Hospitals On Verge Of Collapse

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam warned of a potential “large-scale” coronavirus outbreak. “We are on the verge of a large-scale community outbreak, which may lead to a collapse of our hospital system and cost lives, especially of the elderly,” Lam said in a video statement late Tuesday.

The city has mandated face masks, banned dine-in services at restaurants and public gatherings of more than two people as cases continue to rise. Gyms, bars and salons have also been closed.

“I appeal to you to follow strictly the social distancing measures and stay at home as far as possible,” Lam added. “If we stand united and work together, we can suppress this epidemic again.” She added the Central Government is working to help Hong Kong enhance its testing capabilities.

Eviction Tsunami Coming To USA

A wave of of evictions may be coming to millions of renters across the USA. Eviction protection under the eviction moratorium expired last Friday nearly four months after the US economy effectively shutdown due to the covid-19 pandemic.

More than 12 million renters are behind on rent payments and now at imminent risk of getting thrown out of rental properties

This Friday, some 25 million Americans will no longer receive their weekly $600 federal unemployment checks, Even if it is extended, benefits would likely be slashed from $600 to $200. This would result in an even higher number of households unable to pay their rent bill in the months ahead. 

More than 31 million Americans collected unemployment benefits of some form during the pandemic shutdown. The economic recovery reversed in late June, as the next crisis among households looms. 

Nevada Rattled By 4.3 Earthquake

A 4.2 magnitude earthquake shook parts of Southwest Nevada, Thursday morning July 23rd 2020. No initial reports of any damage.

Massive Alaskan Earthquake Triggers Tsunami Warnings

A tsunami warning has been issued late Tuesday night for much of the southern coast of Alaska and the Alaskan Peninsula after a preliminary 7.8 magnitude earthquake was recorded 75 miles off the town of Chignik at a depth of eight miles.

Rentageddon Coming To USA

We have dubbed the looming rental housing crisis coming to America - "Rentageddon" . 
Over 12 million Americans may be facing evection notices as last months rent payments for housing have went unpaid. Payments have been missed because of job loss during the coronavirus pandemic.
Even more staggering is the fact that as many as 23 million have little or no confidence in their ability to make the next rent payment, according to weekly Census Bureau data.
About a third of the country’s renters are protected by an eviction moratorium that covers properties with federally insured mortgages. That expires July 25. 

Azerbaijani Threatens Strike On Armenian Nuke Plant

The Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense threatened on Thursday, that its forces would carry out a precision strike on the Metzamur nuclear power plant in western Armenia if they decided to hit Azerbaijani strategic installations.
AP reports:  Armenia and Azerbaijan forces fought Tuesday with heavy artillery and drones, leaving at least 16 people killed on both sides, including an Azerbaijani general, in the worst outbreak of hostilities in years.
Skirmishes on the volatile border between the two South Caucasus nations began Sunday. Azerbaijan said it has lost 11 servicemen and one civilian in three days of fighting, and Armenia said four of its troops were killed Tuesday  These statements reported in Interfax come against the backdrop of the military escalation in the border region between Armenia and Azerbaijan, which the two sides have accused each other of causing.