Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Event Update For 2016-11-22

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

2016-11-22 - Man, 41, burns to death in van off East River Place in Jackson (Mississippi):

2016-11-22 - Woman's wig bursts into flame at 3:30 AM on street in coastal Washington DC, woman critically burned:

Quote: "Police are investigating an accident that left a woman hospitalized after her wig caught fire overnight on a D.C. street corner. The incident happened around 3:30 a.m. in the 1200 of Holbrook Street in the northeast. Officers say emergency crews found the woman on the corner of Holbrook and Neal Street suffering from burns. Authorities say the fire spread to others parts of her body causing her to sustain critical injuries. It is unclear what caused the wig to catch fire, however, police say a review of surveillance video confirmed that the incident was accidental in nature."

Note: This sounds similar to the woman who just caught fire at home and burned to death in coastal Bronx (New York), mentioned in the 2016-11-20 update. Or the woman who burst into flame while sitting on a park bench at a beachside park in coastal Flensburg (Germany), mentioned in the 2015-11-05 update. And so on and so on. Lots of people going up in flames this past year, mostly dying but sometimes they live, albeit with grievous burn injuries...

2016-11-22 - Water well dries up then starts spewing gas and flames, in Barmer (India):

Note: Similar to the other underground fires except no electrical stuff here...

2016-11-22 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits coastal Marina Del Rey (California), blackouts ensue:

2016-11-22 - Underground electrical explosion hits coastal Norwalk (Connecticut), blackouts ensue:

2016-11-22 - Underground electrical fire breaks out at 12:20 AM in Swanland (Britain), near the coast:

Quote: "West End, Swanland. Tue 22 Nov 2016 00:20 (No:26167) Fire involving underground mains electricity supply to street lamp post. Dry powder extinguisher in use."

2016-11-22 - Transformer explodes and burns in Woodruff (South Carolina):

2016-11-22 - Pickup truck and two cars destroyed by fire while parked at seafront business in coastal Groton (Connecticut):

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2016-11-22 - Mobile home explodes and burns at 11 PM in Modesto (California), 4 killed:

Quote: "A neighbor told Fox 40 news channel that he heard a big explosion and ran out to find the mobile home, where an elderly couple lived with their grandkids, a six-year-old boy and a ten-year-old girl, engulfed in flames."

Note: This is the 376th residential explosion in 2016...

2016-11-22 - Chemical plant rocked by explosion and fire in Neodesha (Kansas), 1 injured:

2016-11-22 - Refinery damaged by fire in Baton Rouge (Louisiana), 4+ injured:

2016-11-22 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, vehicles burn, in Oshawa (Canada):

2016-11-22 - Recycling plant hit by fire, baled paper burns, in Tucson (Arizona):

2016-11-22 - Oil rig 'Scarabeo 5' erupts in flame in the Norwegian Sea:

2016-11-22 - Boat hit by flash fire explosion in coastal Bellingham (Washington), man lightly burned:

Quote: "The Bellingham-based boat, a 25-foot purse seiner named Top-Flite, appeared undamaged, as did a pickup truck pulling the boat’s trailer. The cause of the blast was not determined."

Note: These are the 1420th and 1421st boats or ships to burn in 2016...

2016-11-22 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the A38 near Taunton (Britain):

Note: This is the 848th bus to burn in 2016...

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at loading dock at business in Caldwell (Idaho):

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just before 2:30 AM on I-5 near Grapevine (California):

Quote: "One lane of northbound Interstate 5 at Grapevine Road has been shut down due to a trailer fire. According to the California Highway Patrol, a big rig's brakes and trailer caught fire just before 2:30 Tuesday morning."

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-25 near Johnstown (Colorado):

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-45 near New Waverly (Texas):

Quote: "Interstate traffic in the New Waverly area has been slowed and diverted because of a truck fire. According to callers and the New Waverly News page, an 18-wheeler carrying tires caught fire on I-45 Tuesday night, but has been brought under control."

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5:50 AM on I-75 near Piqua (Ohio):

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Hoyland Street in coastal Bald Hills (Australia):

Note: These are the 2144th, 2145th, 2146th, 2147th, 2148th and 2149th tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2016...

2016-11-22 - Heavy tow truck bursts into flame on street in coastal St. Petersburg (Russia):

2016-11-22 - RV and SUV destroyed by fire at 1:20 AM while parked at RV park in Yuma (Arizona):

Note: This is the 512th RV to burn in 2016...

2016-11-22 - Minibus bursts into flame on Ridgelands Road in Alton Downs (Australia):

2016-11-22 - SUV bursts into flame on I-295 in coastal Freeport (Maine):

2016-11-22 - SUV bursts into flame on street in Winterslow (Britain):

2016-11-22 - Car bursts into flame on Benton Street near the Woodstock Square in Woodstock (Illinois):

2016-11-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-90 in Newton (Massachusetts):

2016-11-22 - Two cars damaged by fire while parked on Rosehill Road in Market Drayton (Britain):

2016-11-22 - Car bursts into flame on the A34 in Wilmslow (Britain):

2016-11-22 - RV trailer bursts into flame on street in Swanage (Britain):

2016-11-22 - RV trailer, mobile home and outbuildings destroyed by fire in Thomasville (North Carolina):

2016-11-22 - Heavy trucks and truck repair shop go up in flames at 12:15 AM in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Quote: "It happened just after 12:15 a.m. at CPM Truck & Trailer Repair at 2319 W. Kentucky Avenue. Fire crews battled the blaze for 30 minutes. Firefighters say the building contained large trucks and flammable solvents. No one was hurt. The fire caused an estimated $200,000 in damage."

2016-11-22 - SUV and garage destroyed by fire at home in Massena (New York):

2016-11-22 - Car and home go up in flames in the Lower Valley in El Paso (Texas), nobody there:

Quote: "A fire spokesman says a neighbor called after seeing flames in the back of the home. A bedroom and a car were burnt."

2016-11-22 - Two vehicles and barn destroyed by fire in Franklin Township (Ohio):

Quote: "There were no animals in the barn, only vehicles (at least two, he believes) and other items."

2016-11-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Geneseo (New York):

2016-11-22 - Barn destroyed by fire at 11:30 PM in Honiton (Britain):

2016-11-22 - Brush fire breaks out in coastal Port Charlotte (Florida):

Note: Also see the man, mid-20s, who was found dead in a bathroom at McDonald's in Port Charlotte on this day...

2016-11-22 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in coastal Manatee County (Florida):

2016-11-22 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2016-11-22 - Flooring business damaged by fire in Charlotte (North Carolina), nobody there:

2016-11-22 - Poultry processing plant damaged by fire in Harbeson (Delaware), near the coast:

2016-11-22 - Bakery destroyed by fire at 3:53 AM in Gentilly area in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), nobody there:

2016-11-22 - Apple baking business damaged by fire at 6:45 AM in Rowan County (North Carolina):

2016-11-22 - Supermarket destroyed by fire in Dayton (Ohio), nobody there:

2016-11-22 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire just before 1 AM in Marion (Virginia), nobody there:

2016-11-22 - Warehouse destroyed by massive fire at 6 AM in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

2016-11-22 - Garage goes up in flames at 6:24 AM at home in Sun Valley (Arizona):

2016-11-22 - Home damaged by fire just after 1 AM in North Providence (Rhode Island), near the coast, 2 injured:

2016-11-22 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire at 1:30 AM in Frankford, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2016-11-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Hanford (California), nobody there:

2016-11-22 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Ocean Springs (Mississippi):

2016-11-22 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal San Marco (Florida):

Quote: "A neighbor tells First Coast News the woman who owns the home was able to get out safely. The same neighbor tells us that the home was built this year."

2016-11-22 - Two homes destroyed by fire shortly after 1 AM in coastal Lacey Township (New Jersey):

2016-11-22 - Mansion damaged by fire in Memphis (Tennessee):

2016-11-22 - Triple-decker home damaged by fire at 2:15 AM in coastal East Providence (Rhode Island):

2016-11-22 - Apartment building on Thread Lake heavily damaged by huge blaze in Flint (Michigan):

Quote: "The complex sits in front of Thread Lake."

2016-11-22 - Motel heavily damaged by fire in Conover (North Carolina):

2016-11-22 - Deadly fire burns home at 4:44 AM in Joplin (Missouri), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2016-11-22 - Vacant home damaged by fire in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2016-11-22 - Vacant home goes up in flames before 6 AM, fire spreads to two occupied homes, in Denison (Texas):

Quote: "A blackened, burnt-out car, a melted trash bin and various rubble piles lined the driveway."

2016-11-22 - Vacant home destroyed by fire before 6:30 AM in Ashburn (Virginia), near Beaverdam Reservoir:

2016-11-22 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 3:20 AM in coastal St. John's (Canada):

2016-11-22 - Vacant duplex burns at 1:45 AM in Elyria (Ohio):

2016-11-22 - Vacant factory burns in Poplar Grove (Illinois):

2016-11-22 - Vacant post office damaged by fire in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "The city announced in July that a deal had been approved to begin a five-year, $500 million renovation on the building, which had sat vacant since 1995."

2016-11-22 - Large number of fish wash up dead in coastal Chiclayo (Peru):

Quote: "Fishermen and residents of the San Jose Cove in Chiclayo found a large number of dead fish on the beach. Lorna, mackerel, pompano, cachemas and other stranded fish were found. The fishermen showed their concern and do not know the causes of the death of the fish that remained along a kilometer of the cove San Jose."

2016-11-22 - Dozens of fish found dead in canal in Gilbert (Arizona):

2016-11-22 - Thousands of birds found dead on Lake Michigan beaches, blamed on botulism toxin:

Quote: "Botulism forms when there’s a lack of oxygen in the water."

Note: They're probably right about what's killing them, or at least most of them...for now. But hydrogen sulfide is produced by ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that flourish in environments with little or no oxygen, so the very same conditions that are making the environment friendly for botulism are also making the environment friendly for the ancient life that produces hydrogen sulfide. So unless the anoxic conditions improve in this lake then it's only a matter of time until this lake becomes a hydrogen sulfide poison-spewing factory like the Salton Sea has become in California...

2016-11-22 - Man, mid-20s, found dead in bathroom at McDonald's in coastal Port Charlotte (Florida):

Quote: "According to an email alert from the sheriff’s office a man in his mid-twenties was found unresponsive in a McDonald’s bathroom at the 3200 block of Tamiami Trail this morning."

Note: A woman just slumped over dead in a car at a shopping center less than 40 miles away from this location, in coastal Sarasota, mentioned in the 2016-11-19 update. Here's a Google Maps link that shows both locations...

Quote: "Law enforcement said there is no threat to the public."

Note: No threat to the public except being poisoned or burned to death at any time. They always forget that part for some reason!

2016-11-22 - Infant boy found dead at home near coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

2016-11-22 - Man, 63, slumps over dead in car at market in Dearborn County (Indiana):

2016-11-22 - Man, 70, employee, drops dead at ski resort in Westford (Massachusetts):

2016-11-22 - Woman, 78, found dead on the shore of Lake Eufaula near McAlester (Oklahoma):

2016-11-22 - Woman, 55, drops dead in home in Bellefontaine (Ohio):

2016-11-22 - Man found dead near deer camp on Cox's Ferry Road in Hinds County (Mississippi):

2016-11-22 - Man found dead in Lake Ontario near the Water's Edge marina in Rochester (New York):

2016-11-22 - Man, 64, goes hunting, drops dead at hunting blind in Barbour County (West Virginia):

2016-11-22 - Man, 23, falls and dies at Moore Cove Falls (North Carolina), possible toppler:

2016-11-22 - Man drops dead near Ikea store in coastal Coquitlam (Canada):

Note: Now who's going to assemble his Ikea coffin?!

2016-11-22 - Woman in her 60s found dead in river in Castlerea (Ireland):

2016-11-22 - Man, 74, sailor, found dead in the water at Salterns Sailing Club in coastal Lymington (Britain):

2016-11-22 - Person has medical emergency, passenger plane makes emergency landing in Birmingham (Alabama):

Quote: "The diversion occurred due to a medical emergency on the plane, according to Toni Herrera Bast with the airport. The plane was initially headed from [coastal] Boston to Houston before the incident."

2016-11-22 - Small plane crashes in San Antonio Heights (California), 1 killed:

2016-11-22 - Small plane lands at airport, flips over, in Simpsonville (South Carolina):

2016-11-22 - Small plane crashes during takeoff at airport in Bluefield (West Virginia):

2016-11-22 - USS Zumwalt, the most expensive US destroyer ever built, breaks down in the Panama Canal, has to be towed:

Note: I'm sure Captain James Kirk (yes, that's really his name!) got right on the line to Scotty in Engineering...

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer slams into I-95 bridge support pillar at 3:15 AM, in Smithfield (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer overturns at 3 AM on I-57 near Bertrand (Missouri):

2016-11-22 - Tractor trailer crashes down embankment onto railroad tracks, in Hardy (Arkansas):

2016-11-22 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into ravine and trees, near Warrior (Alabama), 1 killed:

2016-11-22 - Three cars crash at 5:30 AM, one bursts into flame, in coastal Chula Vista (California):

2016-11-22 - Car crashes 600 feet off highway onto beach near coastal Fort Ross (California), 1 killed:

2016-11-22 - Car crashes in coastal Miami (Florida), 2 killed:

2016-11-22 - Naked man screams stuff at train station in coastal Mumbai (India):

2016-11-22 - Naked man lies down on road, stops traffic, in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):,313753.0.html

2016-11-22 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens and swallows truck, in Orlando (Florida):

2016-11-22 - Magnitude 7.4 earthquake strikes in the ocean near coastal Fukushima (Japan):

Quote: "A 7.4 magnitude earthquake off north-eastern Japan near Fukushima prefecture has prompted a tsunami warning of possible 3m (10ft) waves. The quake struck on Tuesday morning at about 06:00 local time (21:00 GMT, Monday), the Japan Meteorological Agency said."

2016-11-22 - Incredible drone footage captures giant cracks left by New Zealand earthquake:

2016-11-22 - Huge fault rupture stretches 34km offshore from Kaikoura (New Zealand):

2016-11-22 - SOTT earth changes summary for October 2016:

2016-11-22 - Earth on track to heat up to devastating levels by 2100:

Note: Fortunately for human beings, that won't be our problem. We'll be long gone by then...

2016-11-22 - Historical records may underestimate sea level rise:

2016-11-22 - We have two record hot days for every record cold day, and it’s getting worse:

2016-11-22 - Lightning strike kills boy and injures 4 people in Zimbabwe:

2016-11-22 - Hurricane Otto forms in the Caribbean, sets new record as latest hurricane to form in Caribbean:

2016-11-22 - Worst drought in 25 years hits Bolivia, state of emergency declared:

2016-11-22 - Global number of refugees hits record high - UN report:

2016-11-22 - Trump says he believes there is ‘some connectivity’ between humans and climate change in major U-turn:

2016-11-22 - Meteor lights up the night sky over the Gulf of Mexico:

2016-11-22 - Beautiful white rainbow photographed over Rannoch Moor (Scotland):


  1. Happy Thanksgiving, Jonny! The devastation continues apace.

    I've heard of the expression involving "hair on fire" but this woman's wig going up in flames on a street corner is bizarre. But it's followed by a dried up well suddenly spewing gas and flame (wtf?)!

    Lots of electrical infrastructure problems - Trump's "Trillion Dollar" infrastructure repair request won't even begin to touch all the damage we've incurred over this long stretch of NEGLECT by the powers that be. Maybe they know something and aren't saying, eh?

    Couple more zombies on this day, too.

    Let's see what's going on for Thanksgiving.
    New survey shows a majority of Americans believe in 9/11 "conspiracy theories"

    [clearly, the propaganda is no longer effective to dissuade people from the truth that their own government is populated by psychopathic people and agencies, who are NOT working in their best interests, and now it's spread to the police]

    Butte, Montana men witness injury at Standing Rock, dispute official account

    [lying sacks of shit are undermining their own communities water resources]

    New light on the CIA's cover up of the JFK assassination

    Even if you have to wait over 50 years, eventually the truth will out...

    Suspicions that the CIA covered up JFK's murder have finally been confirmed, according to an explosive Politico report out this week. Fifty-two years after the President's death, declassified documents show that the CIA were in communication with alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald before JFK's murder in 1963, and they were monitoring his mail since 1959.

    Not only that but John McCone, who was Chief of the CIA at the time, allegedly hid evidence from the Warren commission, set up by Lyndon Johnson to investigate JFK's assassination. The spymaster and other senior CIA officials are accused of withholding 'incendiary' information from the commission and therefore perverting the course of justice. The CIA has admitted this. [more]

    [disband this rogue outfit - all they do is damage and death]

    More weird weather hits Australia; snow falls in Tasmania just days ahead of summer

    [but of course SOTT only sees it as confirmation of their agenda, not the predicted outcome of climate change that it is]

    Volcanic activity in South America: Sabancaya, Ticsani, Ubinas, Nevados de Chillan and Hudson on alert

    6.1 magnitude earthquake hits near Fukushima, Japan - days after 7.4 quake struck the same area

    [who was it, maybe Edgar Cayce, that said Japan would sink into the sea?]

    Houses disappear in Panama due to Hurricane Otto-linked landslide


    [more below]


  2. November snow in Tokyo - First time in 50-years

    Siberian snow theory points to early, frigid winter in U.S.

    U.S. could get a blast of cold from north to south in December
    MIT scientist's research contradicts prevailing U.S. forecasts

    Judah Cohen, a renowned MIT climatologist, has been working on this theory for 17 years, despite skepticism from some U.S. government weather experts. Cohen, who figures his theory has been right 75 percent of the time, spies all the makings of an early, cold winter.

    Cohen is predicting cold will envelop more of the U.S. than government forecasters expect. Cold, rain and snow could extend from the upper Great Plains to Florida. [more]

    Tropical storm Otto may still make landfall in Nicaragua or Costa Rica by Thanksgiving

    Mystery disease strikes American snakes

    [snake fungal disease]
    [follow-up to last night's post]
    Landslides and floods leave 5 dead and 3 missing in New Caledonia; 15 inches of rain in 12 hours recorded

    The return of Mothman? Point Pleasant resident photographs creature

    Bright meteor fireball reported over the Gulf of Mexico near Florida; residents feared 'alien invasion' after seeing bright flash

    Giant bronze Lenin head emerges in Belarus parking lot


  3. Breaking news:
    At least 67 killed in east China scaffolding collapse

    Drugs, alcohol not involved in bus crash; 6th child dies

    [school district should immediately get rid of this bus co.]

    E-cigarette explodes in pants, attorney says

    [perhaps, sir, the person FARTED!?]

    Ailing humpback whale stuck in New York bay is euthanized

    David Stockman: I See 'Fiscal Blood Bath,' Recession Under Trump

    [listen to this!]

    FBI: No hallucinogens found in system of face-biting suspect



  4. Yeah, didn't think they'd find anything in him, same as the original face-eater, didn't find anything but some trace marijuana. Both of 'em right on the coast in Florida too. Things that make ya go, 'Hmmmmm.'

  5. Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Tom! (And everyone else who reads this too, of course!)

  6. D'ja see that monster traffic jam photo?

    Cross My Heart and Hope to Drive: Overhead Photo Shows America's Worst Traffic Jam

    [the engines just keep running, eating and spewing gas of one kind or another - we're so stupid]

    From overhead, this traffic jam looks like a thing of beauty.

    Tuesday’s night's epic traffic jam on Los Angeles' 405 Freeway may be one of the worst in history.

    "it's called the 405 for a reason: it takes you '4 o' 5' hours to get anywhere." [HA-HAAAA!]

    Thanksgiving Traffic This Year Will be the Worst Since 2007

    For 22 Years, Family Welcomes Strangers With Nowhere Else to Spend Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving 'Cranksgiving' bikers collect food for the homeless

    Some 300 cyclists participated in the annual scavenger-hunt style race around New York City, collecting more than 3,000 pounds of food for the homeless ahead of Thanksgiving. [vid]

    [reminds me of another group I met at a big fundraiser this year, whose motto is "We're a DRINKING club with a BIKING problem!"]

    Gratitude is good for you! Science finds being grateful has positive health benefits

    Seven people injured in small plane crash in Minnesota

    [video of firefighters standing around with lights flashing]


  7. Firefighters battle massive fires in Israel

    Wildfires in Israel force over 80,000 people to evacuate Haifa, Netanyahu blames 'arsonist terrorism'

    Huge sinkhole opens up in Selly Oak, UK

    Northern Italy on high alert, battered by 3 days of heavy rainstorms

    Three women recovering from grisly wounds after dogs attack in Cache County, Utah

    7.2 magnitude quake strikes off the coast of El Salvador - Tsunami alert issued

    Vicious attack by dog pack leaves three hospitalised in western Sydney, Australia

    Gardener killed and colleague severly injured by lightning bolt in Malaysia

    House in Indonesia hit by meteorite

    Meteor fireball observed over Ireland and northern UK

    Seattle doctor at Standing Rock: ‘People had sheets of ice hanging off them’ – Protester’s arm nearly torn off

    Tom [turkey-ed out ..:]