Category Archives: Human behavioral change after disaster

Scientists say a now-dominant strain of the coronavirus appears to be more contagious than original

Scientists have identified a new strain of the coronavirus that has become dominant worldwide and appears to be more contagious than the versions that spread in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study led by … Continue reading

Posted in Black Swan Event, Civilizations unraveling, Disease outbreak, Earth Changes, Emerging disease threat, Extinction Threat, Health guideliness issued, High-risk potential hazard zone, Human behavioral change after disaster, New virus reported, Pestilence Watch, Quarantine | Tagged , | 3 Comments

COVID-19: As lockdowns are lifted world-wide, ‘second wave’ concerns continue to grow

Paris (AFP) – As several nations begin relaxing their lock-downs following an initial peak in COVID-19 cases, attention is turning to how they can avoid a “second wave” of infections as social distancing is eased. Italy and Spain — two … Continue reading

Posted in Black Swan Event, Civilizations unraveling, Disaster-related suicides, Disease outbreak, Earth Changes, Emerging disease threat, Extinction Threat, Health guideliness issued, High-risk potential hazard zone, Human behavioral change after disaster, Martial Law, New virus reported, Pestilence Watch, Quarantine, Social unrest | Tagged , | 3 Comments

What happens if a coronavirus vaccine is never developed?

As countries lie frozen in lock-down and billions of people lose their livelihoods, public figures are teasing a breakthrough that would mark the end of the crippling coronavirus pandemic: a vaccine. But there is another, worst-case possibility: that no vaccine … Continue reading

Posted in Black Swan Event, Civilizations unraveling, Disease outbreak, Earth Changes, Emerging disease threat, Extinction Threat, High-risk potential hazard zone, Human behavioral change after disaster, Martial Law, New virus reported, Pestilence Watch, Prophecies referenced, Quarantine, Social unrest | Tagged | 6 Comments

Deadliest Day: The U.S. sees 2,909 people die of Covid-19 in 24 hours as states continue to push to reopen

The United States just had its deadliest day on record due to the coronavirus as states across the country begin to ease restrictions meant to curb the spread of the virus, according to data published by the World Health Organization. … Continue reading

Posted in Black Swan Event, Civilizations unraveling, Disease outbreak, Emerging disease threat, Extinction Threat, Health guideliness issued, High-risk potential hazard zone, Human behavioral change after disaster, Martial Law, New virus reported, Pestilence Watch, Quarantine | Tagged , | 1 Comment

New report says pandemic could last for two years – and may not subside until 70% of the population has immunity

As coronavirus restrictions around the world are being lifted, a new report warns the pandemic that has already killed more than 230,000 people likely won’t be contained for two years. The modeling study from the Center for Infectious Disease Research … Continue reading

Posted in Black Swan Event, Civilizations unraveling, Disease outbreak, Earth Changes, Emerging disease threat, Extinction Threat, Health guideliness issued, High-risk potential hazard zone, Human behavioral change after disaster, Martial Law, New virus reported, Pestilence Watch, Quarantine, Social unrest | Tagged | 5 Comments

Part II: Tracking the ‘Murder Hornet’ – a deadly insect pest has reached North America

The insect was dead, and after inspecting it, Mr. Kornelis had a hunch that it might be an Asian giant hornet. It did not make much sense, given his location in the world, but he had seen an episode of … Continue reading

Posted in Black Swan Event, Civilizations unraveling, Earth Changes, Ecoystem crisis due to population boom, Environmental Threat, Extinction Threat, High-risk potential hazard zone, Human behavioral change after disaster, Infrastructure collapse, Invasive species threat, Pest Explosions, Time - Event Acceleration | Tagged | 3 Comments