Monday, April 11, 2016

Event Update For 2016-04-10

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: Other Stories Of Interest

2016-04-10 - Fifteen female inmates sickened by unknown cause at correctional facility in San Saba (Texas):

Quote: "TDCJ staff and representatives from Atmos Energy have found no gas leaks at this time but are on scene investigating what might have caused the symptoms."

Quote: "15 inmates from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice San Saba unit after they all began experiencing medical symptoms Sunday morning. According to the TDCJ several inmates began reporting experiencing nausea, headaches, and dizziness."

2016-04-10 - Woman, sailor, goes missing from the USS Carter Hall near coastal Cape Hatteras (North Carolina):

2016-04-10 - Foul odor and hydrogen sulfide emissions anger people near landfill in Ringgold (Virginia):

Quote: "Lowe has gas meters at her home and said she has smelled hydrogen sulfide and methane in the area. She is also concerned about the landfill’s possible effects on a creek that runs through it."

2016-04-10 - Atmospheric CO2 levels hit 409 PPM at Mauna Loa (Hawaii):

Quote: "In other words — atmospheric CO2 levels continue to climb into unprecedented ranges. Levels that are increasingly out-of-context scary. For we haven’t seen readings of this heat trapping gas hit so high in any time during at least the past 15 million years."

Note: So no human being has ever walked the Earth with the atmosphere like it is now. And the Earth's unstoppable death engine is just revving up now...

2016-04-10 - Arctic ice continues melting, open sea already seen, in early April:

2016-04-10 - Mount Bromo erupts, belches ash, in Indonesia, nearby airports closed:

2016-04-10 - Volcano Nyiragongo rumbling, showing signs of unrest, in Congo:

2016-04-10 - Magnitude 6.6+ earthquake strikes in Pakistan near the border with Tajikistan:

2016-04-10 - Magnitude 5.9 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the coast of Indonesia:

2016-04-10 - Salvage yard hit by fire just before 11 PM, large pile of metal and trash burns, in San Antonio (Texas):

Quote: "The fire started just before 11 p.m. at Monterrey Iron & Metal Salvage on the 2300 block of Quintana. It took San Antonio Fire Department crews 45 minutes to get the fire under control, which they said started when a large pile of trash and metal caught fire."

2016-04-10 - Scrapyard erupts in flame, hundreds of cars burn, in Seething (Britain):

Note: An auto scrapyard just went up in flames in coastal Berkeley Township (New Jersey), and another scrapyard went up in flames in Traverse City (Michigan) too, both events mentioned in the 2016-04-08 update. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2016-04-10 - Ferry ship 'Island Home' damaged by fire while docked in coastal Fairhaven (Massachusetts):

2016-04-10 - Boat bursts into flame while docked at Mercia Marina in Willington (Britain):

Quote: "A fire which broke out on a narrowboat in Derbyshire took firefighters over an hour to extinguish. Members of Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to Mercia Marina, off Findern Lane, Willington at around 8am this morning."

Note: These are the 716th and 717th boats or ships to burn in 2016...

2016-04-10 - Charter school bus bursts into flame while parked in parking lot in Brookings (South Dakota):

Quote: "A group of Bon Homme High School students and staff is scheduled to return home safely today (Tuesday) from a state meeting after a weekend fire destroyed its bus."

Note: This is the 84th school bus to burn in 2016 and this is the 271st bus to burn in 2016...

2016-04-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on highway in coastal Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong (China):

Note: This is the 272nd bus to burn in 2016...

2016-04-10 - Two tanker trucks and car destroyed by fire while parked at business in coastal Falmouth (Massachusetts):

2016-04-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at truck stop along I-70 in Oak Grove (Missouri):

Quote: "A KMZU listener says a semi truck is on fire at a TA truck stop in Oak Grove, off I-70 at 100 Broadway. It was reported in the 9 o-clock hour Sunday, April 10, 2016."

2016-04-10 - Five semi tractors go up in flames while parked at business in Sacramento (California):

2016-04-10 - Tractor, SUV, barn and two outbuildings destroyed by fire at 2:15 AM in coastal Port Hill (Canada):

Quote: "A jeep SUV, a tractor and antique farm equipment were also destroyed in the fire."

Note: These are the 654th, 655th, 656th, 657th, 658th, 659th, 660th, 661st and 662nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2016...

2016-04-10 - U-Haul box truck bursts into flame on street in Pasco (Washington):

2016-04-10 - RV destroyed by fire while parked at home in Athens Township (Pennnsylvania):'s_Top_Stories/Fire_destroys_RV_damages_house.html

Note: This is the 147th RV to burn in 2016...

2016-04-10 - Ice cream van bursts into flame at the Museum of Power on Hatfield Road in Langford (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-65 near Columbus (Indiana):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked on street in Bakersfield (California):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Kroger in Bardstown (Kentucky):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in Orange County (Florida):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame on road in San Juan on the island of Trinidad:

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame on highway in coastal Dongguan (China):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame on road in Sankhali (India):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked in driveway at home in Mansfield (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame at 12:30 AM on Romford Way in Barrow Hill (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame on Holcroft Lane in Warrington (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame on Oakington Road in Dry Drayton (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame on the A3052 near Farringdon, Exeter (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Car bursts into flame just off the A1 near Hatfield (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Iron Mountain Street in Iron Mountain (Michigan):

2016-04-10 - Three cars, motorcycle and garage destroyed by fire at home in Central Point (Oregon):

Quote: "Three cars and at least one motorcycle were destroyed in the fire."

2016-04-10 - Barn destroyed by fire in Tumalo (Oregon):

2016-04-10 - Barn damaged by fire in Tivetshall St Margaret (Britain), 1 injured:

2016-04-10 - Multiple brush fires break out in coastal Palm Bay (Florida):

2016-04-10 - Brush fire erupts near school in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida):

2016-04-10 - Brush fire burns near highway in coastal Sandwich (Massachusetts):

2016-04-10 - Brush fire threatens homes near Sand Springs (Oklahoma):

2016-04-10 - Brush fire erupts in Fargo (North Dakota):

2016-04-10 - Brush fire burns near Frog Pond Lane in coastal Stratford (Connecticut):

2016-04-10 - Huge mulch fire breaks out near I-40, blankets area with smoke, in Memphis (Tennessee):

2016-04-10 - Historic bed and breakfast destroyed by fire in Lexington (Virginia):

2016-04-10 - Two restaurants destroyed by fire in Hammond (Louisiana):

2016-04-10 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire at 7 AM in coastal Long Beach (California), nobody there:

2016-04-10 - Garage damaged by fire at home in Green Bay (Wisconsin), nobody there:

2016-04-10 - Garage destroyed by fire at home in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2016-04-10 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 1 AM in Jefferson (West Virginia):

2016-04-10 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2016-04-10 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Lovetts Pond Lane in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2016-04-10 - Home destroyed by massive fire on Paynes Mill Road in Louisa (Virginia), 11 dogs killed, nobody there:

2016-04-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Anmoore (West Virginia), nobody there:

2016-04-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Bessemer (Alabama):

2016-04-10 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in Sabattus (Maine):

2016-04-10 - Three homes go up in flames in coastal Yonkers (New York):

2016-04-10 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Greenville (North Carolina), 8 injured:

2016-04-10 - Apartment building devastated by massive blaze before 1 AM in Metairie (Louisiana), 30 families homeless:

2016-04-10 - Deadly fire burns home in East St. Louis (Illinois), near the Mississippi River, 1 killed:

2016-04-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 2 AM in Plainfield (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2016-04-10 - Vacant building burns in Norwood (Massachusetts):

2016-04-10 - Vacant home burns at 6:17 AM in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2016-04-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 7 AM in La Feria (Texas):

2016-04-10 - Vacant historic building destroyed by fire at 11:45 PM in Ochopee (Florida):

2016-04-10 - Many thousands of fish found dead in reservoir in Sifangtai District (China):

2016-04-10 - 1000 pigs killed by gas(es) in Chinchilla (Australia):

Quote: "Problems are said to have started as several mining companies moved into the area including: Pigs gasping for air and dying without physical cause. Pigs aborting near full term or sows unable to deliver a live litter. Young pigs becoming sick with swollen eyes, rashes and lung issues."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide was found a few feet deep in the soil in Chinchilla in 2015, mentioned in the 2015-06-11 update...

2016-04-10 - Protected peregrine falcon found dead at Dalkey Quarry in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2016-04-10 - Two people drop dead in separate homes in Greene County (Tennessee):

Note: Similar to the two men, both 52, who dropped dead in separate but adjacent homes in the same night, mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update. This area is about 50 miles as the gas blows northeast (downwind) from where a couple was just found dead in a hot tub at a cabin in Gatlinburg (Tennessee), mentioned in the 2016-04-09 update...

2016-04-10 - Man, 20 to 35, found burned to death in fire pit in park in Toronto (Canada):

Note: A man just fell into a fire pit and burned to death at 12:30 AM at home in Arab (Alabama) too, mentioned in the 2016-04-05 update. Matter is adsorbing hydrogen sulfide when it blows by, especially porous matter, like wood, cardboard, paper, etc. Then when that matter burns, some residual hydrogen sulfide may be in the smoke, and that smoke can kill you or knock you unconscious. When you collapse unconscious, you tend to fall forward as your knees buckle, so if you're facing a fire pit, in you go, and then even if you were only knocked unconscious, you burn to death anyway. You'll never know whether matter is or isn't contaminated except by learning the hard way: if you burn something and you die then it was probably contaminated...

2016-04-10 - Man, 24, drops dead near hotel in Lafayette (Indiana):

Note: A 27-year-old man just dropped dead in the parking lot at the Sunflower Inn in Wichita (Kansas) too, mentioned in the 2016-04-09 update...

2016-04-10 - Man drops dead in bathroom at library on Lake Street in Oak Park (Illinois):

]2016-04-10 - Man, 61, goes fishing, next seen dead on the shore of pond on Union Hill Road in Amherst (Virginia):

2016-04-10 - Man, 21, found dead in the water in Long Pond Ironworks State Park (New Jersey):

2016-04-10 - Man, 28 to 38, found dead at coastal Bolsa Chica State Beach (California):

2016-04-10 - College student, 22, found dead in home in West Conshohocken (Pennsylvania):

2016-04-10 - Man found dead in canal in Mesa (Arizona):

2016-04-10 - Woman found dead near Hideaway Beach on the island of Antigua:

2016-04-10 - Woman, mother, drops dead in hotel room in coastal Apapa, Lagos (Nigeria):

2016-04-10 - Man, 53, drops dead at home in Kolofo’ou on the island of Tonga:

2016-04-10 - Man, 26, found dead in watery pit in Puzhuthivakkam (India):

2016-04-10 - Woman, 18, found dead in the River Clyde in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2016-04-10 - Woman, 45, found dead in coastal Arbroath Harbour (Scotland):

2016-04-10 - Man in his 80s found dead in lake in Edenbridge (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Man, 32, drops dead in flat on Hotwell Road near The Portway in Bristol (Britain), near the coast:

2016-04-10 - Man found dead at reservoir near coastal Llanelli (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Man, 45, found dead in the Crummock Water near Cockermouth (Britain):

2016-04-10 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing at airport in Wichita (Kansas), loss of pressure:

2016-04-10 - Private jet lands, landing gear collapses, at airport in coastal Oakland (California):

2016-04-10 - Small plane crashes and burns on street in coastal Bayport (New York), engine failure, 2 injured:

2016-04-10 - Small plane crash-lands near airport in Abbotsford (Canada):

2016-04-10 - Small plane crash-lands at coastal Subic Bay International Airport (Philippine Islands), landing gear problem:

2016-04-10 - Small plane crashes in Kopeysk (Russia), 2 killed:

2016-04-10 - Freight train derails in Wauwatosa (Wisconsin):

2016-04-10 - Passenger bus overturns down gorge in Dhara (India), 5 killed, 30 injured:

2016-04-10 - Passenger bus overturns near Bujumbura (Burundi), 18 killed, 55 injured:

2016-04-10 - Passenger bus plunges into ravine in coastal Lasbela (Pakistan), 3 killed, 23 injured:

2016-04-10 - Tractor trailer veers off road and crashes, on I-57 in Union County (Illinois), 1 injured:

2016-04-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-5 near Bow (Washington):

2016-04-10 - Minivan veers over centerline, swipes SUV, hits car head-on, in the Town of LaValle (Wisconsin), 7 injured:

2016-04-10 - Minivan veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Sugar Grove Township (Illinois), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2016-04-10 - SUV hits car head-on, in Cincinnati (Ohio), 3 killed:

2016-04-10 - Pickup truck overturns, bursts into flame, in coastal Esperance (Australia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2016-04-10 - Car slams into bus, fire erupts, both destroyed, near Ulundurpet (India):

2016-04-10 - Car and SUV collide head-on, near Denton (Texas), 4 killed:

2016-04-10 - Three cars crash at 2:45 AM, on the 101 Freeway in Sherman Oaks (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2016-04-10 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on Riverview Drive in St. Louis (Missouri), 1+ killed:

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

2016-04-10 - Car veers off road at 2 AM, slams into pole, in Huntersville (North Carolina), blackouts ensue:

2016-04-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into trees, in Pahoa (Hawaii), near the coast, 1 killed, 1 injured:

2016-04-10 - Dingo attacks toddler girl at beach in coastal Cape Leveque (Australia):

2016-04-10 - Monkey drop-kicks man on street, unknown location:


  1. Good job, Jonny! People reading your daily reports may come away with the feeling that things are getting "more out of hand than previously thought."

    Tuesday, 12 April 2016
    Extreme weather in Britain

    I have observed that the Guardian reports on climate change very well but hardly ever reports extreme weather – as if the two are not connected?

    UK weather: Homes flooded after enormous waves and 65mph winds strike the South West coast

    Towering waves struck buildings and smashed windows in Cornwall today as severe weather coincided with a spring high tide.

    [more from the same site below]

    Gulf Stream is slowing down faster than ever, scientists say

    Gulf Stream stops Britain from freezing over in Winter

    Extreme weather in South Asia
    Malaysia: January February and March 2016 smashed global temperature records as April is even hotter

    The Great Barrier Reef is Dying
    Mass coral bleaching now affecting half of Australia's Great Barrier Reef

    Climate change and strong El NiƱo cause hundreds of kilometres of reef to bleach, as higher temperatures stress the coral

    [this is news to me - and extremely frightening]
    Huge 'hot blob'' in the South Pacific
    No wonder I’m sweltering here in Wellington today

    What’s going on in the South Pacific?

    A huge heat blob 5 times the size of the “hot blob” off North America [wtf!]

    Warm, Southerly Winds Gust at Hurricane Force Over Greenland in Staggering Early Season Heatwave — Temperatures Now Hitting up to 41 Degrees (F) Above Average at Summit


  2. Dwarf Sperm whale dies on beach in Palolem, India

    Third dead whale found within a month off central Vietnam

    Bhubaneswar, India shatters all time heat records at 45.8°C, unprecedented heatwave continues

    While April is just half way through and temperatures are setting new records every other day, peak summer months may bring more harsh weather to several cities of East India.

    [that's a little over 113 degrees F - sauna conditions]


  3. Opening Day, Jonny! In what promises to be a v e e ry interesting summer season, Mother Nature threw out the first pitch today:

    Hailstones the size of BASEBALLS pound Texas, smashing windows, cars and buildings

    [THAT will do some DAMAGE - look at the pix!]

    One young couple and their eight-month-old checked themselves into hospital after their car was battered and the windows shattered as they drove from one city to another.

    Sara Correa told that the weather seemed fine as she, her husband, and baby Addison set off in their car.

    But it wasn't long before the enormous hail stones began pounding down on the windscreen, which caved in entirely.

    The stones sent shattered glass flying into the backseat where little Addison was strapped into her chair.

    'The back window was just completely shattered through,' Mrs Correa told WFAA. 'It was the scariest thing I've ever been through.

    Mr Correa added: 'She [Addison] is getting pelted with hail and glass, and there's nothing you can do about it.'

    Addison survived with a couple of minor scrapes, but they took her to hospital as a precaution.

    Another driver, Tanner Kasper, told the network he stopped his car and hid under his jacket to protect himself from the glass as they stormed dragged on for minutes.


  4. Petroleum products from Deepwater Horizon oil spill linked to deaths of newborn dolphins

    Climate-related death of coral around world alarms scientists – ‘This is a huge, looming planetary crisis, and we are sticking our heads in the sand about it’

    Drought takes a terrible toll on poor Filipino farmers

    Judge denies motions by fossil fuel industry and federal government in landmark climate change case – ‘The most important lawsuit on the planet right now’

    U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin of the Federal District Court in Eugene, Oregon, decided in favor of 21 young plaintiffs in their landmark constitutional climate change case against the federal government. Judge Coffin ruled Friday against the motion to dismiss brought by the fossil fuel industry and federal government.

    The court’s ruling [pdf] is a major victory for the 21 youth plaintiffs, ages 8-19, from across the U.S. in what Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein call the “most important lawsuit on the planet right now.”

    [It's pure distraction - nothing they do in court will change the trajectory of where we're headed. This situation cannot be "fixed."]

    Those ambitious global warming goals? The world may not know how to reach them

    In 11 days, on Earth Day, world leaders will assemble at the United Nations in New York to sign the Paris climate agreement. That document pledges to hold the planet’s warming to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, and even to aspire to a 1.5 degree C temperature limit.

    The urgency of signing the agreement has been underscored by recent climate news and events, including devastating coral bleaching around the world, newly shattered temperature records and disturbing news about the vulnerability of Arctic permafrost and the Antarctic ice sheet.

    But there’s a problem: It is far from clear that, even if governments sign on to the Paris agreement and start implementing it rapidly, they actually know how to limit warming to 2 or 1.5 degrees Celsius. There are a number of problems with thinking that anyone does, argues Glen Peters, a researcher with the Center for International Climate and Environmental Research in Oslo, Norway, in the latest installment of Nature Climate Change. [more]