Scourge of Earth: Map Shows Wildfire Outbreak Sweeping Across Us Amid Mega-Drought—Day of Wrath Coming People it’s Tribulation

HNewsWire: According to new data from NASA’s Fire Information for Resource Management System (FIRMS), a wildfire epidemic is spreading throughout the nation. The FIRMS interactive map illustrates that wildfire activity is spreading throughout the country’s Southeast, Midwest, and Southwest areas, despite one of the worst mega-droughts in 1,200 years. According to a Wednesday update from…

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Update: Scourge of Earth In Play: Texas Faces “Record High” Temps as Grid Operator Warns of Above-Average Power Usage, That’s Code for Trouble Is on the Way for Texan

Heat Dome Roasts 40 Million People Across the Southwest Amid Power Outages HNewsWire: The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a warning that “dangerous heat persists from California to the Southern Plains” over the weekend. In the Southwest, at least 42 million people are under heat watches and warnings as a giant heat dome sends…

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The Norm For Tribulation: Social Unrest, Wildfires, Hurricanes and Food Lines

HNewsWire: Dominate the Headlines, a Surge in Violent Crime Across Major Us Metropolitan Areas Has Also Been Observed Since the Virus-Plandemic Began in March… HNewsWire: This afternoon, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), which manages Texas’ electric power system, urged residents and businesses to conserve energy and warned of probable rolling blackouts. The grid…

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Scourge of Earth: When Lake Powell Falls Below 3,490 Feet (1,063 Meters), It Will Disrupt the Western Us Electricity System, Impacting Up to Five Million People in Arizona, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming

HNewsWire: According to AP News, the megadrought in the United States West is still wreaking havoc, with federal authorities considering limiting water supply downstream on the Colorado River to avoid the closure of a large dam that supplies electricity to millions of people. Lake Powell fell to 3,525 feet (1,075 meters) this month, the lowest…

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