Thursday, October 15, 2020

Event Update For 2020-10-14

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: Variety Pack

2020-10-14 - Unknown stench blows through coastal Birkenhead and coastal Wallasey (Britain):

Quote: "A 'horrible' stench resembling rotten cabbage has been drifting over parts of Wirral, according to frustrated locals. Dozens of people, from Birkenhead and Wallasey, have said that the smell has been lingering in the region for the past couple of days. Members of local Facebook groups have been discussing the mysterious smell. One woman described the stench as smelling like 'rotten cabbage' and speculated if there are some sort of sewage issues behind the problem."

2020-10-14 - Unknown odor hits cities in coastal Kanagawa Prefecture (Japan):

2020-10-14 - Unknown stench hits coastal Clementi (Singapore):

Quote: "Residents in certain parts of Singapore have recently been experiencing more than just the sweltering heat. Some living in the west have complained of a particular stench as well. The odour appears to be concentrated in Clementi."

2020-10-14 - Unknown noxious odor and dead fish reported in the Puntledge River in coastal Courtenay on Vancouver Island (Canada):

Quote: "Wearing his waders, he leaned closer toward the surface of the water and got a whiff of something noxious. He has fished for much of his life and knows the odour of spawning salmon. This was not that smell but something more caustic."

Quote: "He wondered if it was just him, so he asked another man fishing nearby about the smell. The man told him he could smell the same odour. The following day, Orasuk went back out, and while he did not come across any more dead fish, he could still smell the noxious odour again."

Note: This area is located along the Salish Sea, where plants are dying from hydrogen sulfide, mentioned in the 2017-10-04 update. Hydrogen sulfide isn't just poisonous to plants though, it's poisonous to anything that breathes oxygen, including fish. Also, the above four reports of unknown stenches/odors: coast, coast, coast and coast. The Earth is preparing to gas us all to death...

2020-10-14 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2020-10-14 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame in Ottawa (Illinois):

2020-10-14 - Car recycling center hit by fire, pile of scrap cars burns, in Bochum-Gerthe (Germany):

2020-10-14 - High school boy has 'medical emergency' and goes into cardiac arrest at Strawberry Crest High School in Dover (Florida):

Quote: "The sheriff's office says it happened just before 1 p.m. on Oct. 12. SRD Pedro Colon was told a student was having a medical emergency in the school's cafeteria during lunchtime. Deputy Colon sprung into action and found the student seizing on the ground. Deputy Colon immediately started giving the student CPR and after several minutes, the student was alert and able to sit up, the sheriff's office said."

2020-10-14 - Two yachts destroyed by fire at 6:37 AM while docked at Ford Yacht Club on the Detroit River in Grosse Ile (Michigan):

2020-10-14 - Boat, vehicle, trailer and garage destroyed by fire at home on Sandy Bay Road in Dunnville (Canada), 200 feet from Lake Erie:

Quote: "On Wednesday afternoon, a garage went up in flames on Sandy Bay Road destroying a vehicle, a boat, a trailer, tools, and furniture. That, coupled with the destruction of the garage itself, has an estimated loss of around $400,000."

Note: People still park boats near bodies of water?! These are the 1022nd, 1023rd and 1024th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-10-14 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the B921 outside of Kinglassie (Scotland):

Note: This is the 307th bus to burn in 2020...

2020-10-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 in Hanover (Virginia):

2020-10-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-29 near Tea (South Dakota):

2020-10-14 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame, ignites field fire, near Altamont (Illinois):

2020-10-14 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Albert City (Iowa):

2020-10-14 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame at 5:51 AM near 321 Road and Highway H near Warrensburg (Missouri):

2020-10-14 - Tractor bursts into flame while parked inside barn in Pausa-Mühltroff (Germany):

Note: These are the 1470th, 1471st, 1472nd, 1473rd, 1474th and 1475th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-10-14 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on the A38A near Chudleigh Knighton (Britain):

2020-10-14 - Truck bursts into flame on the M40 near High Wycombe (Britain):

2020-10-14 - RV bursts into flame on Alder Street in Centralia (Washington):

2020-10-14 - RV bursts into flame on Railroad Flat Road in Calaveras County (California):

Note: These are the 332nd and 333rd RVs to burn in 2020...

2020-10-14 - Van bursts into flame in carpark at coastal Mollymook Beach (Australia):

2020-10-14 - SUV bursts into flame on US 12 near Deerfield (Wisconsin):

2020-10-14 - Car bursts into flame near business in Kamloops (Canada):

2020-10-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, on Queens Mews in coastal West Mersea (Britain), 1200 feet from the ocean:

2020-10-14 - Car bursts into flame on the A2 near coastal Dover (Britain):

2020-10-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 3 west of Castlegar (Canada):

2020-10-14 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Blue Springs Lane in coastal Oceanside (California), 2 injured:

2020-10-14 - Home damaged by fire at 3 AM on Forster Street in Harrisburg (Pennsylvania):

2020-10-14 - Apartment complex under construction devastated by massive fire at 6:18 AM on Partnership Way in Houston (Texas):

2020-10-14 - Deadly fire burns mobile home in Laveen (Arizona), 1 killed:

2020-10-14 - Deadly garage fire burns home in coastal New Smyrna Beach (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-10-14 - Deadly fire burns commercial building on Northington Court in Florence (Alabama), 1 killed:

2020-10-14 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Cholla Drive in Desert Hot Springs (California):

2020-10-14 - Thousands of seal pups being born prematurely and washing ashore dead on beach in Namibia:

Quote: "The beach at Pelican Point in Namibia is covered with more than 5000 dead baby seals, Ocean Conservation Namibia (OCN) said in an Instagram post on Wednesday. Drone footage taken by the OCN shows the beach full of seal pup bodies. 'We are sitting at the cusp of a catastrophe. There are literally thousands of seal pups being born prematurely and dying almost immediately,' OCN said. 'This is a natural phenomenon - meaning that when the pregnant female feels she does not have enough reserves, she can abort her fetus. This happens every year to a few individuals, but never on this scale!'"

2020-10-14 - Endangered leatherback turtle washes ashore dead on coastal Mermaid Beach (Australia):

2020-10-14 - Woman, 44, found dead in the water off coastal Kalaeloa Beach (Hawaii):

2020-10-14 - Man, 31, found dead in Table Rock Lake (Missouri):

2020-10-14 - Man found dead near the Jordan Valley Ice Park in Springfield (Missouri):

2020-10-14 - Woman, 58, found dead in submerged car in Lake Osborne near coastal Lake Worth Beach (Florida):

2020-10-14 - Person found dead in retention pond in West Ashley (South Carolina):

2020-10-14 - Man slumps over dead in car near City Hall in coastal Jersey City (New Jersey):

2020-10-14 - Man found dead in Brays Bayou in Houston (Texas):

2020-10-14 - Man, 70, found dead in Pomona Lake near Topeka (Kansas):

2020-10-14 - Man, 32, found dead at Lake Pointe Apartments in Effingham (Illinois):

2020-10-14 - Boy, 11, found dead in canal in Bhongir (India):

2020-10-14 - Man has 'medical episode' and drops dead on street in Totnes (Britain):

Quote: "A man was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics after suffering an episode along The Plains in Totnes."

2020-10-14 - Man has 'medical emergency', box truck crashes into parking lot, in Corvallis (Oregon):

Quote: "A Corvallis man suffering a medical emergency was behind the wheel of a box truck that crashed and caused another injury off Circle Boulevard near Highland Drive on Wednesday morning."

2020-10-14 - Driver has 'medical issue', minivan crashes into cemetery, in North Adams (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The driver of the van was reportedly suffering from a medical issue that caused the accident."

2020-10-14 - Man, 48, has 'medical event', car crashes into business, in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

Quote: "Sioux Falls police say a driver has a medical event before crashing into the Hy-Vee on Louise and 49th street Tuesday night. The 48-year old Hartford man was pulling into the parking lot when he crashed into the glass doors. Police say he didn’t realize what had happened until after the crash. The driver wasn’t hurt but was taken to the hospital for the medical event."

2020-10-14 - Twin-engine plane lands at airport, landing gear collapses, near Waterville (Maine):

2020-10-14 - Small plane crashes in Ocala National Forest (Florida), 1 killed:

2020-10-14 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on I-4 in Orlando (Florida), 1 injured:

2020-10-14 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on I-70 inside the Beavertail Tunnel near DeBeque (Colorado), 1 injured:

2020-10-14 - SUV crashes, bursts into flame, on River Road in Shelton (Connecticut):

2020-10-14 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on Palm Beach Boulevard near Alva (Florida), 1 injured:

2020-10-14 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures couple in Laredo (Texas):

2020-10-14 - Stray dogs attack and kill two children in Rahim Yar Khan (Pakistan):

2020-10-14 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (India), 17+ killed:

2020-10-14 - Airborne radioactivity increases downwind of fracking, study finds:

2020-10-14 - Airline crew reports seeing man in jetpack flying 6,000 feet in the air near airport in Los Angeles (California):

Quote: "For the second time in a month, an 'airspace intruder' – a person seen flying in a jetpack some thousands of feet above Los Angeles International Airport -- was visible to planes high in the sky on Wednesday."


  1. TGIF Jonny, everyone. It's good to be home. As you report above, Jonny, it appears that you've been correct all along - that we're slowly being gassed to death via CH4 and H2S. i'd say most of those vague "medical incidents," people dropping dead and the various building fires are the result of them, and it's getting worse.

    Also getting worse is the economy, unemployment (despite the government cooking the books), our standard of living, global warming, storms (especially rain & wind events), marine and avian die-offs, pollution of all kinds and the ability to grow crops (among others).

    This is going to be a winter to remember if we live through it.

    The economic implosion of 2020: Job losses ramp up again as millions of Americans continue to slide into poverty

    The mainstream media keeps trying to convince us that things are about to get a whole lot better for the U.S. economy, but instead they just keep getting worse. On Thursday, we learned that another 898,000 Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week. That was the highest number that we have seen since August, and it is yet more evidence that a new wave of layoffs has begun. But according to the experts that the mainstream media relies upon, this wasn’t supposed to happen. According to them, the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits was supposed to be steadily tapering off as the U.S. economy shifted into recovery mode. Unfortunately for all of us, those experts have been dead wrong.

    Yesterday, I wrote about the decline of the middle class in our country, and here in 2020 this pandemic has greatly accelerated that process.

    In fact, one new study has found that almost 8 million more Americans have plunged into poverty just since May…

    And another study discovered that 6 million more Americans fell into poverty in just the last three months…

    In order to have faith in the official government numbers, you have got to believe that more than 100 million working age Americans are “not in the labor force” because they don’t want to work.

    It is such a sham. Why don’t we just put every single American that is not working into the “not in the labor force” category so that we can have 0.0 percent unemployment?

    Wouldn’t that be wonderful? [more]

    [2nd part below]

  2. Friday, 16 October 2020
    Nearly a decade after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan’s government has decided to release more than a million tons of radioactive water into the sea which has built up at the Fukushima Nuclear Plant despite fish showing positive for radiation as far away as California

    [even if they DIDN'T, those tanks of irradiated water will end up there anyway in the coming years]

    Nearly a decade after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Japan’s government has decided to release contaminated water from the destroyed plant into the sea, media reports said on Friday, with a formal announcement expected to be made later this month according to a report by Reuters.

    More than a million tons of radioactive water has built up at the Fukushima Nuclear Plant which was crippled during the 2011 earthquake and tsunami as operator Tokyo Electric (Tepco) tries to cool the melted fuel cores by pouring water over them. Tepco has said it will run out of tank space by mid-2022.

    The decision is expected to rankle neighbouring countries like South Korea, which has already stepped up radiation tests of food from Japan, and further devastate the fishing industry in Fukushima that has battled against such a move for years. It has long been known marine life in the area has been contaminated by leaking water seeping radiation into the sea.

    In 2017, A study by the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa revealed almost 50% of fish consumed on the islands of Hawai’i were contaminated with caesium 134 the radioactive finger-print of Fukushima.

    The report also showed that migrating organisms can transport the Fukushima-signature (caesium 134) over significant distances as they showed detectable 134Cs (6.3±1.5 Bq/kg) in Pacific bluefin tuna caught off the California coast only a year after the incident.

    Another study found caesium 134 in longfin tuna (Albacore) along the western coast of the US just one year after the Fukushima disaster.

    The recent findings as you might expect are being played down and the usual sound-bites are telling us "it's nothing to worry about," something the powers that be have been saying for nearly 10 years now, with and still they are no nearer to fixing the problem. [more; they fix it by ignoring it and not testing for it]

    Death toll jumps to 77 as unseasonal, record rains hit parts of India

    Heavy rains affecting parts of India, including Telangana, Maharashtra, and Karnataka this week claimed the lives of at least 77 people by October 16, 2020. Meteorologists described the rains as rare and unseasonal. [more; unseasonable?]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. Cameron Peak Fire grows to largest in Colorado's history

    The Cameron Peak Fire started on August 13, 2020, on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake in Colorado. By October 14, it surpassed both the 2002 Hayman and 2020 Pine Gulch fires to become the largest wildfire in history completely contained within the State of Colorado. [more; add large fire events to the list of things getting worse, at the top]

    Southern New England hit by a rare derecho, NWS confirms

    The unusually powerful storm in Southern New England last week, October 7, 2020, was a rare derecho, the National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed. The storm killed at least two people, left more than 200 000 customers without power, caused damage to a 515 km (320 miles) stretch, and recorded a wind gust of 109 km/h (68 mph) -- the region's highest daily gust for the month of October. The storm ranks as one of the strongest severe weather events in the United States this year. [more]

    [pollution news]
    Eco glitter causes same damage to rivers as ordinary product – study

    Biodegradable glitter causes the same ecological damage to rivers and lakes as the ordinary product, according to the first study of its kind on the impact of the microplastic on the environment. [more]

    Strange 'Wingless' Creature Captured Soaring Through Sky | MULTIPLE Daytime Large Orb Sightings! [~ 9.50]

    The Second Wave [~ 5 min.]

  4. 83-year-old man died after attack by his own dog in Belgium

    Infant dies after being attacked by dog in Schofield Barracks home, Hawaii

    'This is Crazy': Waterspout spins on Lake Superior before hitting home in Ontario

    At least 12 killed by flash floods in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania [4 min. video]

    Deadly floods in 4 states of India with dozens killed [4 min. video]

    Trump administration rejects California's request for wildfire disaster assistance

    The federal government has denied California's request for a disaster declaration for wildfires that have burned swathes of land across the U.S. state since early September.

    A spokesperson for the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services confirmed to ABC News on Thursday evening that the request for a major presidential disaster declaration, which would release federal funding, was rejected by the Trump administration. The state plans to appeal the decision. In the meantime, officials are looking for other avenues for federal assistance to support wildfire victims, the spokesperson said. [more]

    Baker Hughes reports a rise in the U.S. oil-rig count for a fourth week in a row

    the number of active U.S. rigs drilling for oil rose by 12 to 205 this week. [more]

    Drenching rain, gusty winds to bombard London to Madrid next week

    "A feature high up in the atmosphere just to the west of Europe will be responsible for hurling several storms eastward early next week," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys.

    Each of these storms will bring with them a round of heavy rainfall and burst of stronger winds. [more]

  5. BBN: "The Ice Is Dying" [~ 48.5 min.]

    ‘Putin’s proposal a non-starter’: White House rejects Russian call to extend nuclear arms control treaty

    Washington has refused President Vladimir Putin's offer to extend New START, the last remaining arms control treaty between the US and Russia, for one year without any preconditions.
    [more; Putin's the ´bad guy´ here?]

    Scientist creates camera that films in 3D at 100 billion frames per second, fast enough to capture light traveling

    Wang believes the technology has a multitude of scientific applications but is most excited by the prospect that it could help unravel the mystery surrounding sonoluminescence, the phenomenon in which bubbles generated by sound waves in liquids release light as they collapse. [more]

    [I don't remember who said it: when we tear up the rainforests & jungles we unleash stuff that we aren't ready for]

    ‘Puzzling’ virus of UNKNOWN origin with genes scientists can’t identify discovered in Brazil

    Scientists in Brazil have discovered a virus which appears to be almost entirely new, consisting of unrecognizable genes that have been, until now, undocumented.
    The Yaravirus (Yaravirus brasiliensis), named after a water deity in Brazilian mythology and folklore, was discovered in Lake Pampulha in the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte.

    Yaravirus is not represented by a large/giant particle and a complex genome, but at the same time carries an important number of previously undescribed genes,” the authors write, adding that it may be the first in “a new lineage of amoebal virus with a puzzling origin and phylogeny.” [more]