Tuesday, November 20, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: bitcoin, Collapse, crash, crypto-currency, market crash, risk (Natural News) Bitcoin is headed toward $4,000 as a massive multi-day selloff continues, plunging the cryptocurrency more than 75% from its late 2017 highs. Bitcoin “hodlers” — a term meaning “holders” who can’t spell — are all but sh#tting themselves today, given that they were all promised by overzealous crypto con artists that Bitcoin would be above $100,000 by now. But as I have stated for over a year now, Bitcoin was always a digital Ponzi scheme, and it was always doomed to collapse due to fatal structural flaws. (See my articles on all this at BitRAPED.com) Here’s a look at the price plunge, courtesy of CoinDesk: Bitcoin miners are now eating themselves alive just to keep mining at a loss “Mining” Bitcoins — a process of wasting enormous amounts of electricity to produce something of zero inherent … [Read more...] about Bitcoin “hodlers” sh#t themselves as cryptocurrency price plunges toward $4000, a drop of over 75% from its highs
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THOUSANDS of grateful Brits are poised to remember the sacrifice of World War One heroes by creating giant sand portraits on Armistice Sunday. Soldiers will be honoured on 32 beaches marking where many set sail to courageously fight in France and Belgium. Later in the day, the incoming tide will wash away the tributes, a unique way for the nation to say “Thank you and goodbye”. Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle and arts programme 14-18 NOW have masterminded the Pages of the Sea project, marking 100 years since the war’s end. Volunteers will be given stencils and rakes to create large-scale sand portraits. Or visitors to the beaches could choose to quietly reflect on the millions of lives changed forever by the conflict. Our map, right, shows every beach in England and Wales taking part, and the best times to admire the portraits of 22 heroes. Other soldiers will be remembered in Scotland and across Ireland. Danny, the creative director behind the 2012 London Olympics … [Read more...] about Heartbreaking WW1 beach tributes will show faces of heroes and will vanish with the tide at 32 sites across England and Wales
JOHN Leathem brutally murdered schoolgirl Paige Doherty and dumped her body after stabbing her 61 times in March 2016. The teen's body was found in a wooded area of Clydebank, near Glasgow, two days after the murder. Who was Paige Doherty and what happened to her? The 15-year-old Clydebank schoolgirl was murdered in a “savage and frenzied” attack at his sandwich shop in West Dunbartonshire, in March. Doherty was left with 61 stab wounds and 85 slashes to her face, head and arms as a result of the attack. After killing the teen, Leathem stored her body in a shed at his nearby home before dumping her remains in bushes two days later. Since Paige’s murder in March, Pamela, 33, of Clydebank, has worked tirelessly in her daughter’s memory to help others. She set up the Paige’s Promise charity, which offers self defence classes for youngsters to help to prevent similar tragedies. And it also provides a befriending service for other bereaved families. … [Read more...] about Who was Paige Doherty, what happened to the murdered teen and how long is John Leathem in prison for?
HEARTBREAKING tributes have been paid to a teacher who died in the horror motorway crash between a school minibus and a lorry. Lorraine Maclellan was killed when the minibus she was travelling in with four other teachers and three young people was in collision with an articulated lorry. She was one of two support teachers who died in the wreckage of the minibus as they returned to Prior's Court, a residential school for children and young people with severe autism. Other teachers from the facility were flown to hospitals suffering from life threatening injuries. Three young people in the minibus who were on there way back from a regular work placement, suffered less severe injuries. All six lanes of the M4 motorway were closed following the tragic smash. The crash kept the eastbound section of the M4 motorway between junctions 14, Hungerford, Berks., and junction 13, Chieveley, Berks., closed for nine hours as the wreckage of the vehicles was removed. Today Ms Maclellan's daughter Emma … [Read more...] about M4 crash – First pic of teacher killed in horror crash between autism school minibus and lorry as daughter pays heartbreaking tribute
Flood Watch - Hurricane Michael Threatens Florida On Saturday I gave a talk about weather and climate trends at Church of the Cross Lutheran Church in Nisswa. Afterwards a woman told me that they recently moved back to Minnesota from Ft. Myers, Florida. "After the third direct strike from a hurricane, we decided it was time to come home" she said. I can't even imagine. I like the weather, but not even I want to watch The Weather Channel that much. Hurricane Michael is forecast to hit the Florida Panhandle as a Category 3 storm Wednesday, with sustained winds up to 120 mph. Destin and Panama City may see major impacts from surf, wind and floods. Michael puts our Flash Flood Watch into perspective; latest guidance suggests about 2 inches of rain by Wednesday morning; most of that falling later today and tonight. Snow lovers may perk up: ECMWF guidance hints at a potentially plowable, 3-8 inch snowfall over the northern third of Minnesota Wednesday night. Bring it. Driveway stakes are … [Read more...] about Mixed weather bag ahead: Flood watch; plowable snow Up North by Thursday