Friday, October 2, 2015

Event Update For 2015-10-01

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-10-01 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes and alarms people in coastal Kennebunk (Maine):

2015-10-01 - High-rise residential building heavily damaged by major fire in coastal Sharjah (UAE):

Quote: "The right side of the building was almost entirely destroyed."

Quote: "The blaze was the latest in a string of dramatic fires that have raced up the facades of skyscrapers in the United Arab Emirates in recent years..."

Note: The 'Marina Torch' high-rise went up in flames in coastal Dubai (UAE) in February, mentioned in the 2015-02-20 update...

2015-10-01 - 27 cars go up in flames at 5:30 AM while parked at auto auction business in Fairfield (New Jersey):

Quote: "Fire officials and prosecutors are investigating the 5:30 a.m. burning of 27 cars in Fairfield, though authorities say there is no evidence at this time to indicate the fire was suspicious."

2015-10-01 - Recycling plant erupts in flame in Bayswater suburb of coastal Perth (Australia):

Note: And October kicks off with some fiery doom!

2015-10-01 - As fires rage in Indonesia and air quality suffers, Indonesia relocates some people to safer areas:

2015-10-01 - Underground electrical fire forces evacuations in Stratford (Britain):

Quote: "One hundred people were evacuated from a Stratford building due to a manhole cover fire."

2015-10-01 - Transformer bursts into flame before 4 AM near Las Vegas (Nevada):

2015-10-01 - Transformer bursts into flame in Fredericksburg (Virginia), 3500 homes go dark:

2015-10-01 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Lilli Pilli, Sydney (Australia):

Note: This is the 874th boat or ship to burn in 2015...

2015-10-01 - Passenger train bursts into flame in Indore (India):

2015-10-01 - School bus bursts into flame on Highway 111 near Indio (California):

2015-10-01 - Eight school buses destroyed by fire while parked in lot in Bengaluru (India):

Quote: "They were parked near DPS off Kanakapura Road Eight school buses parked near the Delhi Public School campus on Kanakapura Road were gutted in an accidental fire on Wednesday evening."

Note: These are the 166th through 174th school buses to burn in 2015 and the 600th through 608th buses to burn in 2015...

2015-10-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-91 in Westminster (Vermont):

2015-10-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6 AM on the A5 near Shrewsbury (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Several tractors and barn destroyed by fire just before 5 AM in Clayton (Illinois):

Quote: "The barn was heavily damaged including several tractors that were inside the structure."

Note: These are the 1634th, 1635th, 1636th, 1637th and 1638th tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2015...

2015-10-01 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on the A7 in Lyon (France):

2015-10-01 - Van bursts into flame on the M56 near coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Van bursts into flame near the Lifton Down Farm Shop in Lifton (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Van bursts into flame on High Road in North Weald (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-5 in Kern County (California):

2015-10-01 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at home in Hartland (New York):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked in barn, fire spreads to barn, in Jones (Oklahoma):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame at 2 AM while parked in auto shop, fire spreads to shop, in Bakersfield (California):

Quote: "It happened around 2:00 a.m. at Fast Freddy Auto on Downing Ave., south of Emerald Cove Park. The Kern County Fire Department says when they arrived, they saw smoke coming from inside the building. Officials say a vehicle inside was on fire and the total damage is estimated at around $30,000 to $40,000."

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking garage at resort in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on street in Topeka (Kansas):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on I-395 in Putnam (Connecticut):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on the Parks Highway near Wasilla (Alaska):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on I-26 near Summerville (South Carolina):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on State Highway 1 near Tamahere (New Zealand):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 401 in Maitland (Canada):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on Rye Lane in Peckham Rye area in coastal London (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Dartford Crossing (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame at gas station on Wellington Road in Eccles (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on Kennel Lane in Northwich (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Car bursts into flame on Dickys Lane in Woodseaves (Britain):

2015-10-01 - RV trailer and shed destroyed by fire in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2015-10-01 - Vehicle and garage go up in flames at home in North Concord (California):

2015-10-01 - Vehicles and garage go up in flames with a pop at 2 AM at home in Council Bluffs (Iowa):

2015-10-01 - Truck and home destroyed by fire at 2:10 AM at Six Nations (Canada):

2015-10-01 - Auto shop damaged by fire at 4 AM in Mesa (Arizona):

2015-10-01 - Barn goes up in flames at 1:19 AM in Saltash (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on I-10 in Phoenix (Arizona):

2015-10-01 - Large number of tires go up in flames at the Grand Canal Dock in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2015-10-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Land O’ Lakes (Florida), 2 injured:

2015-10-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire shortly after midnight in Medford (Massachusetts):

2015-10-01 - Home destroyed by fire just before 7 AM on West Lois Lane in Big Lake (Alaska), nobody there:

2015-10-01 - Riverfront home destroyed by fire on the Crooked River in coastal Camden County (Georgia):

2015-10-01 - Deadly fire burns mobile home in coastal Islip (New York), 1 killed:

2015-10-01 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Federal Way (Washington), 1 killed:

2015-10-01 - Deadly fire destroys home at 1 AM in Cleveland (Alabama), 1 killed:

2015-10-01 - Vacant home burns at 2:30 AM in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2015-10-01 - Vacant home burns at 3:40 AM in Omaha (Nebraska), another vacant home burns too:

2015-10-01 - Masses of bluebottle jellyfish wash up on beaches in Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "Australian Museum naturalist Martyn Robinson said the bluebottles' arrival was a sign Sydney waters were warming."

2015-10-01 - Hundreds of fish found dead in creek in Karabuk Province (Turkey):

2015-10-01 - Person found dead at 3:35 AM at site of brush fire along I-90 near Fernan Lake (Idaho):

2015-10-01 - Man, 34, slumps over dead in car at Wawa in Bristol Borough (Pennsylvania):

2015-10-01 - Man, 45, washes ashore dead between coastal Casey Key and Siesta Key (Florida):

2015-10-01 - Man, 70, collapses and dies and falls off boat, in coastal Tillamook Bay (Oregon):

2015-10-01 - Man, 54, found dead next to his kayak on the shore of Lake Alan Henry near Big Spring (Texas):

2015-10-01 - Man, 62, falls off boat and dies at Stillhouse Hollow Lake near Temple (Texas):

2015-10-01 - Man found dead at 3:30 AM outside apartments in Houston (Texas):

2015-10-01 - Man, 69, found dead in Lake Wassookeag in Dexter (Maine):

2015-10-01 - Man, 60, police officer, drops dead at home in Alton (Illinois), near the Mississippi River:

2015-10-01 - Person found dead in the Mississippi River in Ramsey County (Minnesota):

2015-10-01 - Man found dead in the San Gabriel River near South El Monte (California):

2015-10-01 - Person, civilian contractor, found dead at Altus Air Force Base in Altus (Oklahoma):

2015-10-01 - Man drops dead before 8 AM in Shaw area in coastal Washington DC:

2015-10-01 - Man, 23, found dead in car in Boulder (Colorado):

2015-10-01 - Man drops dead outside home in Edmonton (Canada):

Quote: "'They’re looking at it to try to figure out what exactly happened. There’s nothing obviously criminal, but it’s not normal to find a body out in the open like that,' Hickey said. He added that there were no obvious signs of trauma or injury."

Note: Seems pretty normal nowadays, what with all the people dropping dead...

2015-10-01 - Woman in her 40s or 50s found dead in pond in St Madeleine on the island of Trinidad:

Quote: "Gajadhar said the body bore no visible marks of violence and there were no signs of decomposition."

2015-10-01 - Person found dead along Ocean View Road on coastal Waiheke Island (New Zealand):

2015-10-01 - Woman, 20, found dead near an industrial estate in Warminster (Britain):

2015-10-01 - Man, 68, has 'medical episode', blacks out, car slams into home in coastal Port Orange (Florida), 1 injured:

2015-10-01 - Woman, 76, slumps over wheel, car hits SUV head-on, in West Kelowna (Canada), 2 injured

2015-10-01 - US C-130 transport plane crashes shortly after midnight near airport in Afghanistan, 12+ killed:

Quote: "Five of the dead were U.S. service members that were the crew of the aircraft, five were civilian contractors who were passengers, and two were local Afghan civilians who were killed on the ground, the military official said."

Quote: "Enemy fire is not suspected as a factor in the crash of a U.S. C-130 cargo plane at the Jalalabad airport in Afghanistan..."

2015-10-01 - Passenger plane hit by severe turbulence, lands in coastal Miami (Florida), 5 lightly injured:

2015-10-01 - Tanzania People's Defence Force military plane crashes into the Indian Ocean, 2 killed:

2015-10-01 - Small plane crashes at Mercer Airport near coastal Auckland (New Zealand), 1 lightly injured:

2015-10-01 - Small plane crashes into paddock near coastal Port Lincoln (Australia):

2015-10-01 - Transit bus loses brakes, bus plows into pedestrians, in Ankara (Turkey), 12 killed, 13 injured:

Quote: "Turkish media reported the accident was the result of a brake failure. The governor said the bus first crashed into the bus stop and came to a halt after running over victims and dragging them meters away from the bus stop. The bus also hit eight cars on the street before it came to a halt."

2015-10-01 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits trees, bursts into flame, on I-20 in Scott County (Mississippi), 1 killed:

2015-10-01 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on I-35 near Temple (Texas), 2 injured:

2015-10-01 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-10 in Marana (Arizona):

2015-10-01 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns, on Blandville Road in McCracken County (Kentucky):

2015-10-01 - Minivan veers across median, hits SUV head-on, on I-69 near Fort Wayne (Indiana), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2015-10-01 - SUV veers over centerline, hits transit bus head-on, in Greenport (New York), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2015-10-01 - SUV veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Murrysville (Pennsylvania), 1 killed, more injured:

2015-10-01 - SUV veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Concord (New Hampshire), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2015-10-01 - Pickup truck veers over centerline at 6:05 AM, hits pickup head-on, near Conway (Texas), 2 killed:

2015-10-01 - Pickup truck veers across median, hits car head-on, in coastal Dartmouth (Canada), 2 injured:

2015-10-01 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Niagara County (New York), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2015-10-01 - Naked man, 41, runs around before 2 AM, sweats, shouts at cars, in Orange (Texas):

2015-10-01 - Naked man, 21, runs down street in Potsdam (New York):

2015-10-01 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures two men in Costa Mesa (California):

2015-10-01 - Huge sinkhole opens near homes on Fontmell Close in St Albans (Britain), nearby residents evacuated:

Quote: "Residents in a Hertfordshire cul-de-sac were forced to evacuate after a huge sinkhole opened up inches from their homes. People living on Fontmell Close, St Albans were faced with the gaping 10-metre deep hole, next to their driveways today."

2015-10-01 - Sinkhole opens on Northside Drive in Buckhead (Georgia):

2015-10-01 - Mine collapses in Libiaz (Poland), earthquake ensues, homes damaged:

Quote: "A collapse in a mine in Libiaz likely caused the earthquake."

2015-10-01 - Huge hole opens on Rouge River Bridge in Detroit (Michigan):

2015-10-01 - Building partially collapses in Honea Path (South Carolina):

2015-10-01 - Water main breaks in Stevenson Ranch (California):

2015-10-01 - Road washes out, water main breaks, sinkhole forms, in Spartanburg County (South Carolina):

2015-10-01 - Underwater volcano spewing methane off the coast of Southeast Alaska:

Quote: "He and a Canadian counterpart found the volcano Sept. 23 during a study of the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault System. That’s been the epicenter of some recent earthquakes. 'We had just completed some survey work and we modified our line to go to another place to look. And as we were transiting, we came across this big plume and this big cone where the plume was coming out of,' he said. The plume, made up of methane gas, was being released by a volcanic vent about 3,000 feet below. It stretched up about two-thirds of the way to the ocean’s surface."

2015-10-01 - Mount Veniaminof showing signs of unrest in Alaska:

2015-10-01 - Magnitude 4,8 earthquake shakes the island of St. Lucia:

2015-10-01 - Magnitude 4.6 earthquake strikes near coastal Quepos (Costa Rica):

2015-10-01 - Flooding a concern along the East Coast even before Hurricane Joaquin arrives:

2015-10-01 - Even if every nation meets its pledge to fight climate change, we’re still fried:

2015-10-01 - Scottish Highland town is both the coldest AND hottest place in the UK on the same day:

2015-10-01 - Man shoots at least 10 people dead at college in Roseburg (Oregon):

2015-10-01 - Gerald Celente warns that market meltdown is imminent:

2015-10-01 - Mountain lion filmed on top of 35-foot-tall utility pole in Lucerne Valley (California):

2015-10-01 - Possible ancient Chinese disk strangely found in a Kentucky garden:

2015-10-01 - Why 'teleportation' is no longer science fiction:


  1. Veeeeeery in-ter-esting . . . yet frightening!

    Good work Jonny: and great advice regarding women! That's the funny thing about men - we think we can schmooze women, but they always know we're just bullshitting them to get what we want. They're not fooled, but are just as horny as we are! That's why we call it "gettin' lucky!" Because we lucked out to find one with the same thoughts/feelings as us for once.

    Four killed in small plane crash on Georgia, South Carolina state border

    Mudslide in Guatemala kills at least 25; up to 600 people missing

    Signs Of Change 2015 Part 6 September | Devastating Deluge

    Saturday, 3 October 2015
    Michael Mann on the failing Gulf Stream
    Is the Great Conveyor Belt Failing?

    [2 videos]

    Yes, This Is A Financial Crisis – 11 TRILLION Dollars In Stock Market Wealth Was Wiped Out In The 3rd Quarter

    [not raining, but DAMP and 44 here today]
    Joaquin turns north, brings swells to southeastern U.S. coast

    Category 4 Hurricane Joaquin is now moving northward and has started bringing swells to parts of the southeastern coast of the United States, the National Hurricane Center said on Friday.

    Swells from the hurricane, which is now about 40 miles (65 km) south-southwest of San Salvador, Bahamas with maximum sustained winds of 130 miles per hour (215 kph), will spread northward along the U.S. East Coast through the weekend, the NHC said in its latest advisory.

    Ocean City, NJ streets flood as storm strikes

    Is ancient 800-ft megatsunami wave a sign of things to come?

    Off the west coast of Africa, scientists have found evidence that tens of thousands of years ago a collapsing volcano sparked a megatsunami producing waves up to 800 feet high.

    The tsunami, which engulfed an island 30 miles away, raises questions over whether such a collapse poses a threat to people living on volcanic islands today. By comparison, waves from biggest tsunami in modern times - the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami - were 100 feet tall.

    The apparent collapse occurred some 73,000 years ago at the Fogo volcano, one of the world's largest and most active island volcanoes. These days, it towers 2,829 meters (9,300 feet) above sea level, and erupts about every 20 years. [more]


  2. Lightning strikes kill six in West Bengal, India

    Job Growth Disappoints Even More than Usual

    Payrolls Disaster: Only 142K Jobs Added In September With Zero Wage Growth; August Revised Much Lower

    more below


  3. "They Just Don't Want A Job" - The Fed's Grotesque "Explanation" Why 94.6 Million Are Out Of The Labor Force

    In a note seeking to "explain" why the US labor participation rate just crashed to a nearly 40 year low earlier today as another half a million Americans decided to exit the labor force bringing the total to 94.6 million people...
    ... this is what the Atlanta Fed has to say about the most dramatic aberration to the US labor force in history: "Generally speaking, people in the 25–54 age group are the most likely to participate in the labor market. These so-called prime-age individuals are less likely to be making retirement decisions than older individuals and less likely to be enrolled in schooling or training than younger individuals."

    This is actually spot on; it is also the only thing the Atlanta Fed does get right in its entire taxpayer-funded "analysis."

    And this is where the wheels fall off the Atlanta Fed narative. Because the regional Fed's very next sentence shows why the world is doomed when you task economists to centrally-plan it:

    The decrease in labor force participation among prime-age individuals has been driven mostly by the share who say they currently don't want a job. As of December 2014, prime-age labor force participation was 2.4 percentage points below its prerecession average. Of that, 0.5 percentage point is accounted for by a higher share who indicate they currently want a job; 2 percentage points can be attributed to a higher share who say they currently don't want a job.

    And there you have it: there are nearly 100 million working-age Americans who could be in the labor force, but are not "mostly" because they don't want a job.

    Nothing about the lack of job demand as mega corporations continue to lay workers off in droves instead of hiring, instead using every last dollar of free cash flow to buyback their own stock to boost executive compensation instead of growing their company and hire more workers.

    Nothing about the collapse in small business formation - that driver of 80% of US employment - as firm exit rates are now greater than firm entry rates

    Nothing about the inability to get a job in a world in which the rest of
    the global is lapping the US in educational and labor skills.

    Nothing about the US economy never having left the post-2008 depression where $4.5 trillion in Fed credit was created just to boost the S&P to all time highs and never making it to the actual economy (until the helicopters finally start paradropping of course)

    Nothing about millions of aging, 55 and over, Americans refusing to retire or quit their job simply because they have no return on their savings to fall back on thank to the Fed's ZIRP, thus keeping the labor pipeline clogged and preventing younger Americans from getting promoted and achieving better paying jobs.

    Nothing about a Millennial generation encumbered with $1 trillion in debt, that is so terrified of its job prospects and having to pay down its debt, it choose instead to keep rolling and piling on to this debt by remaining in college indefinitely

    Nothing about the perverted incentive structure of a welfare state that makes it more attractive to collect generous government handouts which end up punishing hard work.

    None of that.

    You see, it is because Americans "mostly don't want a job." [still more]


  4. Thousans [sic] of dead fish wash up on British Virgin Islands

    Other dead sea creatures on the shoreline included eels, a six-foot-long shark, lobsters, parrot fish and blowfish, to name a few.

    [ don't look now Jonny, but it looks like we're being sleep-walked into WW III ]

    Farmer uncovers 11,000-year-old mammoth


    Fate unknown of ship caught in Hurricane Joaquin off Bahamas

    [Bermuda Triangle. . . bermuda triangle . . .! . .? . . ]


  5. Large sinkhole appears on The Villages golf course, Florida

    Lost 'Epic of Gilgamesh' verse depicts cacophonous abode of gods

    The new finding, a clay tablet, reveals a previously unknown "chapter" of the epic poem from ancient Mesopotamia. This new section brings both noise and color to a forest for the gods that was thought to be a quiet place in the work of literature. The newfound verse also reveals details about the inner conflict the poem's heroes endured.

    Flash Floods, 'Once in 200 Years Rainfall Event' Loom in South Carolina

    About 22 million Americans along the East Coast were under flood watches Saturday as a "once in 200 years rainfall event" began hammering the Carolinas with heavy rains — and the worst was yet to come.

    South Carolina could get more rain in three days than it normally does during the entire fall, The Associated Press reported. Saturday was the third consecutive day of a relentless onslaught of rain, with a plume of precipitation expected to last through the weekend and only begin to taper off Monday.

    . . . . .

    On Friday night, 400 to 500 people were evacuated in Brunswick County, North Carolina due to flooding.

    North Carolina officials reported about 10,000 power outages in the state mid-afternoon Saturday. So far, one North Carolina resident had been killed in the weather: A woman driving on Interstate 95 died when a tree fell on her car Thursday.

    In South Carolina, more than 4,700 power outages were reported. [more]

    ExxonMobil may face renewed legal challenges from plaintiffs claiming that it should have acted to address the risks of climate change, based on new evidence that its own researchers warned management about the emerging threat decades ago.

    [here's another gas that's killing vegetation all over the planet]

    Ozone and plants 2012:

    [weather around here]
    AccuWeather: Heavy Rain Today, Tonight


  6. Here are some good pics of the East Coast flooding:

    And that's all before the hurricane does anything. Dried out and burning on the West Coast, water-logged and flooded on the East Coast. And in the middle...not too bad! Kinda feel a little guilty with the nice weather here.

  7. Enjoy it while you have it!