Sunday, September 18, 2016

Event Update For 2016-09-17

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

2016-09-17 - Boy, 15, found dead and burned at 1:25 AM near burning garage in alley in Austin area in Chicago (Illinois):

2016-09-17 - Small plane bursts into flame, everybody aboard parachutes out, plane hits home, ignites home, in Gilbert (Arizona):

Quote: "A small plane caught fire in the sky over Gilbert and Chandler and then crashed into a Gilbert home Saturday night."

Quote: "Hildebrandt said the pilot radioed in before the crash saying the plane's wing was on fire."

Note: Someone got some video of the plane on fire in the sky before the crash, in the second link...

2016-09-17 - Small plane bursts into flame after landing in Reno (Nevada):

Quote: "No injuries were reported after an aircraft caught fire during the Reno Air Races Saturday morning, according to a spokeswoman. Mary-Sarah Kinner told News 4-Fox 11 in an emailed statement that there was no crash whatsoever. She said the pilot landed the aircraft safely. After the pilot safely exited the aircraft, the fire broke out, according to the statement."

Note: These are the 100th and 101st aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2016...

2016-09-17 - Dumpster explodes in coastal Manhattan (New York), 26 injured:

Quote: "An explosion in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood injured at least 26 people, according to city officials. Of the injuries, 23 were believed to be minor, one patient had moderate injuries, and the condition of two others was currently unknown, according to the Fire Department of New York."

Quote: "Two law enforcement sources said the explosion occurred in a dumpster, and the NYPD Counterterrorism Bureau tweeted a photo of a mangled dumpster, after tweeting that they were responding to an explosion at West 23rd Street and Sixth Avenue."

Note: They say they found a pressure cooker four blocks away too, and blamed this explosion on some kind of device. But once you rule out all information that comes ONLY from 'the authorities' - who are lying about a whole lot in order to hide the end of the world from the people - then all you're left with is: a dumpster exploded on the coast. That's all we may ever know for sure. Was there a pressure cooker in it? Maybe, maybe not. Was there another pressure cooker? Maybe, maybe not, or maybe they PUT one there, to add credence to the story about the exploding dumpster. If they catch a perp and that perp confesses, then that'd be pretty believable. For now, all I see is a dumpster exploding, on the coast, and some words from 'the authorities', which aren't worth anything.

Apparently a garbage can exploded on Ocean Avenue in coastal Seaside Park in New Jersey too. The authorities blamed an IED on that, and said they found others. But again, once you eliminate information that comes ONLY from 'the authorities', then what you're left with is: a garbage can exploded on the coast. So it's the same scenario there as with the exploding dumpster. Believe what you see for yourself, the indisputable facts. What people SAY, especially 'the authorities' - probably not a good idea to put too much faith in much of that, if any, being truthful, not at this point.

2016-09-17 - Underground electrical explosion occurs near mall in Charlottesville (Virginia):

2016-09-17 - Factory explodes in Lahore (Pakistan), 3 killed:

2016-09-17 - 120 shops destroyed by massive inferno in Kilinochchi on the island of Sri Lanka, near the coast:

2016-09-17 - Cruise ship 'Emerald Princess' bursts into flame en route to the Canary Islands (Spain):

2016-09-17 - Ship 'RFA Argus' damaged by fire while dry-docked in coastal Falmouth (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Boat bursts into flame on the River Humber near coastal South Ferriby (Britain):

Note: These are the 1248th, 1249th and 1250th boats or ships to burn in 2016...

2016-09-17 - Tanker truck bursts into flame in the wee hours while parked near gas station near Sakakah (Saudi Arabia):

2016-09-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame shortly after 2 AM on I-24 near Cadiz (Kentucky), separate crash too:

Quote: "Two separate incidents shut down one lane of traffic on I-24 westbound for several hours early Saturday morning. The first incident was a tractor trailer fire shortly after 2:00am near mile marker 92."

Quote: "The second incident was a two vehicle collision near mile marker 93 shortly before 3:45am. Vanverkolk said two people were injured in the accident and were transported by ambulance to Tennova Healthcare, in Clarksville with minor injuries."

2016-09-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-12 near Hammond (Louisiana):

Quote: "All lanes are now open on I-12 East just before Pumpkin Center Road near Hammond after an 18-wheeler fire. Traffic is backed up about five miles."

2016-09-17 - Tractor, dump truck and barn destroyed by fire just before 3 AM in Cornwall (Canada):

Quote: "The barn contained a tractor, a dump truck, other machinery plus a wood-chip furnace and a large supply of wood chips."

Note: These are the 1763rd, 1764th, 1765th and 1766th tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2016...

2016-09-17 - Truck bursts into flame at intersection in Merrill (Wisconsin):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame at 5:20 AM while parked near warehouse in Carlisle (Pennsylvania):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame on I-5 in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame on road near Rockford (Illinois):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame at 5:17 AM on Kogarah Lane in Reid (Australia):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame on street in Bucharest (Romania):

2016-09-17 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame, at 11:45 PM and 4:10 AM, in coastal Swansea (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame on the M6 near Bassetts Pole, Warwickshire (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame in Brompton Regis (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame on the B4019 near Shrivenham (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Car bursts into flame near Audi shop on Wherstead Road in coastal Ipswich (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Generator trailer bursts into flame on carnival float in Mere (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Car, shed and home go up in flames in Newton Abbot (Britain), near the coast, 1 injured:

2016-09-17 - Barn destroyed by fire in Sale Creek (Tennessee):

2016-09-17 - Barn and 100 tons of hay go up in flames on Tripps Drove in Godney, Wells (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Wildfire burns near Owens River Road near Mammoth Lakes (California):

2016-09-17 - Wildfire burns along the American River Parkway near the Capital City Freeway in Sacramento (California):

2016-09-17 - Commercial warehouse heavily damaged by huge fire in Atlanta (Georgia):

2016-09-17 - Wood shop bursts into flame at school in Nappanee (Indiana):

2016-09-17 - Storage facility hit by fire, four units burn, in Aurora (Colorado):

2016-09-17 - Commercial building heavily damaged by fire in coastal Berkeley (California):

2016-09-17 - Garage and tree go up in flames at home in Meriden (Connecticut):

2016-09-17 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after 6 AM in coastal Jupiter (Florida):

2016-09-17 - Three homes go up in flames in Allentown (Pennsylvania):

2016-09-17 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire before 5:15 AM in Atlanta (Georgia):

2016-09-17 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2016-09-17 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at 2:30 AM in Watertown Township (Minnesota), 3 killed:

2016-09-17 - Deadly fire burns home at 5 AM in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River, 4 killed:

2016-09-17 - Deadly fire destroys home and car at 5:30 AM in Rochester (New York), 2 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "'I seen the car burnt all the way across to the (front) grill,' said Smith, 14."

2016-09-17 - Deadly fire burns home in Madison (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2016-09-17 - Vacant home burns in Thunder Bay (Canada):

2016-09-17 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Germantown area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2016-09-17 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Durant (Oklahoma):

2016-09-17 - Vacant church destroyed by fire near Buckeye (Arizona):

2016-09-17 - Five engineering students die in Dharmasagar Lake in Warangal (India):

2016-09-17 - Man, 53, drops dead in alley in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "A 53-year-old man was found dead around 9:45 a.m. Saturday in an alley in the 5800 block of South Wabash Avenue on the South Side with no apparent sign of trauma, and the police are conducting a death investigation."

2016-09-17 - Girl, 9, found dead in swimming pool at apartments in Homewood (Alabama):

2016-09-17 - Boy, 6, dies in indoor swimming pool at hotel in West Valley City (Utah):

2016-09-17 - Woman found dead in university housing in Missoula (Montana):

2016-09-17 - Man found dead at Northwest Branch Stream Valley Park near Adelphi (Maryland):

2016-09-17 - Woman drops dead in home in Ladson (South Carolina), near the coast:

2016-09-17 - Man drops dead along Tranquille Road in North Kamloops (Canada):

2016-09-17 - Man in his 30s found dead at coastal Avalon Beach (Australia), possible toppler:

2016-09-17 - Two men, both in their 50s, found dead in the Kathmandu Valley (Nepal):

2016-09-17 - Man, 42, goes out on boat, next seen dead in the water near coastal Brixham (Britain), empty 'ghost boat' found first:

Quote: "Mr Hodgson's dinghy, used to reach his yacht, was found empty in the harbour last weekend."

2016-09-17 - Man found dead in the River Clywedog in Wrexham (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Man, 74, found dead at beach in coastal Porthcawl (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Man, 26, drops dead in hotel room in coastal Liverpool (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing at Riga International Airport (Latvia):

2016-09-17 - Sea plane crashes into Clear Lake (California), 2 injured:

2016-09-17 - Small plane makes emergency landing in field near Huntsville (Alabama), engine failure:

2016-09-17 - Medical helicopter crashes at 2:07 AM near Lake Winona in Alexandria (Minnesota), 3 injured:

Quote: "The crash happened at 2:07 a.m.on the east side of Lake Winona while en route to the Alexandria airport."

2016-09-17 - Freight train derails in Dora (Alabama):

2016-09-17 - Charter school bus blows tire, slams into overpass, near Rockingham (North Carolina), 4 killed, 42 injured:

2016-09-17 - Two passenger buses collide head-on, near Kondhali (India), 23 injured:

2016-09-17 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 322 near State College (Pennsylvania):

2016-09-17 - Tow truck overturns on I-10 in Banning (California), 3 injured:

2016-09-17 - Van veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, on I-10 in Columbia County (Florida):

2016-09-17 - SUV veers off road at 1:30 AM, hits wall, bursts into flame, in coastal Cranston (Rhode Island), 1 killed:

2016-09-17 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, bursts into flame, in Maries County (Missouri), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2016-09-17 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in coastal Naples (Florida), 1 injured:

2016-09-17 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, in Trowbridge (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Naked man breaks into home at 4:30 AM, attacks residents, bites woman, dies shortly later, in Ocala (Florida):

Quote: "Authorities in a north Florida county are investigating the suspicious death of a naked man who allegedly broke into a house and attacked three people, biting one. Deputies were called to a home in Ocala, about 80 miles northwest of Orlando, at about 4.30am on Saturday and found 40-year-old James Raines being held down in a bedroom by a man at the house. Raines was naked and unresponsive when deputies arrived and later died at a local hospital, The Marion County Sheriff's Office said."

2016-09-17 - Sinkhole opens on road in Welwyn Garden City (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Two divers go into distress in the water near coastal Nahant (Massachusetts):

2016-09-17 - Woman in distress pulled from the Sakonnet River near coastal Tiverton (Rhode Island):

2016-09-17 - Man, 81, collapses unconscious on boat in coastal Long Island Sound (New York):

2016-09-17 - Woman, 71, has problems breathing on cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico near Louisiana, medevac'd off:

2016-09-17 - Boy, 7, pulled unconscious from swimming pool in Attleboro (Massachusetts):

2016-09-17 - Magnitude 6.0 earthquake strikes in the ocean near Vanuatu:

2016-09-17 - Shallow magnitude 3.3 earthquake strikes near Avenal (California):

2016-09-17 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Big Reed Pond in Montauk County Park in coastal Montauk (New York):

2016-09-17 - Super Typhoon Meranti death toll reaches 14 in China as China braces for second storm:

2016-09-17 - Lightning strike kills three people in Karongi District (Rwanda):

2016-09-17 - Lightning strike kills two ponies in the Thames Valley (Britain):

2016-09-17 - Baseball-sized hail pounds Artesia (New Mexico):

2016-09-17 - Severe drought hits South Africa, wildlife culling commences:

Quote: "As South Africa contends with a severe drought, officials at Kruger National Park have put a plan into action that they say will help avert mass die-offs of wildlife-through the selective culling of some of the park's largest grazers. This week, rangers began killing around 350 of the park's 7,500 hippos and 47,000 buffalo."

2016-09-17 - Freaky mammatus clouds cover the sky over Rome (Italy):

2016-09-17 - Study links altered brain chemistry and behavioral impairments in fish exposed to elevated CO2 levels in the water:

2016-09-17 - Maternal mortality rate in Texas soars, now the highest in much of industrialized world:

2016-09-17 - Saudi Finance Ministry ex-advisor claims Saudi Arabia on verge of collapse:

2016-09-17 - Crepuscular rays cause giant blue streak to appear over Houston (Texas):

2016-09-17 - Bayer buys Monsanto for $66 billion:

2016-09-17 - Erotic robots 'real as humans' to have 'a pulse':


  1. Is it me, or are you posting extra early today?

    PA all over the place again today, but not as much as NY!

    An awful lot of people are having problems being in, on or near water on this day.

    Sources: Up to 5 People in FBI Custody in Connection With NY Bombing, Following Traffic Stop

    As many as five people were taken into FBI custody Sunday night in connection with Saturday's explosion in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, following a traffic stop on the Belt Parkway in Brooklyn, just off the Verrazano–Narrows Bridge, which connects the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island, law enforcement sources tell ABC News.

    The FBI's New York field office said a traffic stop had been conducted, but did not elaborate. "We did a traffic stop of a vehicle of interest in the investigation. No one has been charged with any crime. The investigation is continuing," read a tweet.

    As ABC News previously reported, multiple law enforcement officials tell ABC News that investigators are exploring the possibility the two explosions in New York and New Jersey are linked to the same bomber or bombers by what appear to be similar types of cell phones.

    And on Sunday night, multiple law enforcement officials also told ABC News that police would like to talk to a male seen on surveillance images recovered from both 23rd Street in Manhattan, where the explosion occurred, and a few blocks uptown on 27th Street, where a secondary device was found.

    Police have not identified the aforementioned man, as they are seeking to figure out who he is since he appears in videos from both locations. He also has not been characterized as a person of interest. It is also unknown if that male is related in anyway to those taken into custody Sunday night.

    The explosive device in New Jersey and the one that caused the blast in New York City were both set off with cell phones, according to two law enforcement officials who have been briefed on the case. The other, possible explosive device found near the blast site in New York City also had a cell phone connected to it.

    Authorities cautioned that this is only a line of inquiry and not a conclusion.

    In fact, the explosive devices looked very different: the one used in New Jersey was pipe bombs and the one in New York was not.

    The second device, a pressure cooker, was in a white plastic bag with tape, wiring and a cell phone or other electronic device.

    That second device was sent to the NYPD's bomb squad facility in the Bronx, and on Sunday around 7:45 p.m., the NYPD spokesman J. Peter Donald tweeted, "NYPD and FBI Bomb Technicians rendered the device safe.
    [so it didn't explode if it's still intact!]

    [Here's one for you to contemplate]
    Is consciousness an attribute of matter?

    Tropical Samoa hit by hail storm so rare residents thought it was a hoax

    It was only the second time since records began that hail has fallen on Samoa, the first was in 2011.

    [more below]


  2. Yeah, been posting pretty early the last week! No particular reason why - just been working out that way. That's easier to do on weekends too, since the news industry goes into semi-dormancy on weekends, so there's simply less information available about the happenings on the planet.

  3. As McPherson has stated over the past few years in his presentations:

    Arctic Lakes Are Bubbling Like Boiling Water Thanks to Climate Change

    [though he compares it to an open can of soda]

    News Links, September 19, 2016
    Rice Farmer

    How Big Pharma's Industrial Waste Is Fueling the Rise in Superbugs Worldwide
    [heh, and the MSM says it's hand sanitizer soaps]

    France Becomes First Country to Ban Plastic Silverware, Plates and Cups
    [it's long past time to implement this]

    A Short History Of The Crimea/Ukraine Crisis—–Why Imperial Washington's Narrative Is Bogus

    New Film Tells the Story of Edward Snowden; Here Are the Surveillance Programs He Helped Expose

    House Intel Panel Blasts Snowden In New Report, One Day Before Movie Release

    Watched: Keeping tabs on the public
    Police forces across the United States are stockpiling massive databases with personal information from millions of Americans who crossed paths with officers but were not charged with a crime.

    THE DISINTEGRATION OF U.S. INFRASTRUCTURE: Quarter Million Water Main Breaks A Year

    Some people will nevertheless continue to blithely insist that America's infrastructure isn't crumbling. The kicker: Net energy decline guarantees that rotting infrastructure cannot be replaced (an observation made by the article). -- RF

    ## US ##
    USA Watchdog Interview with David Stockman: Current Stock And Bond Bubbles Much Worse Than 1929

    Second Half Rebound—–MIA Again!

    Deconstructing The 5.2% Median Income Gain—-More BS From The Washington Statistical Mills

    Chart Of The Day: Core CPI Up 2.3% Y/Y—–10th Straight Month Above Fed 2.0% Target

    Good News For Inflationists: Medical Costs and Rent Surge; Mini-Stagflation Coming Up?

    With Fewer People Buying Homes, Millennials Are Redefining the American Dream

    Out-of-pocket health costs continue to rise, study finds

    NYPD: We can't tell you how much cash we seize because it would break our computers

    8 people injured during stabbing attack at Minnesota mall

    Suicides among military bomb techs at crisis level

    Despite crisis, drugmakers work nationwide to fight opioid limits

    Drone operators seek permission to fly out of direct sight
    "We Are Adopting Principles of Fascism"
    Retired Army JAG Major Todd Pierce explains how his perspective on U.S. foreign policy and politics has changed as he watched the nation's slide into "perpetual war."


  4. Break their computers! LMAO, what are they using, Ataris from the 80s? Even if you suppose that that excuse is truthful then shit, if you got that much money, take out a hundred grand per year to hire two people to count those half million invoices each year! Fifty grand per year to add up 250,000 invoices, or about 800 per day, maybe one per 40 seconds. Seems plenty doable, pick up invoice, add number to running tally, move to next invoice. Wouldn't be a job you could slack off on too much, but hey, fifty grand!

  5. Even more obvious, buy new computers or hire more people!
    You know this is complete bullshit - like most every other "official" explanation of practically everything.

    [as if we need it, more evidence that it's all going to shit]
    Costa Rica halts police cooperation with turtle protection activists, endangers turtle hatcheries – ‘Costa Rica is a country where rescuing turtles can literally get you killed’

    Number of South Sudan refugees passes one million – ‘Most of those fleeing South Sudan are women and children’

    [get some rest, Jonny]


  6. More than one million salt water fish found dead in fresh water creeks in New Jersey

    Image of the Day: Satellite view of Siberia wildfires in September 2016

    In major shift, International Criminal Court to prosecute environmental crimes

    [oh, right - NOW they start prosecuting! Start with Fukushima, or even better - go back to the beginning of the Industrial Revolution and prosecute EVERYBODY!]


  7. Dead minke whale discovered on marsh in Wachapreague, Virginia

    Lightning bolt kills 3 children, injures 2 others in Nepal

    Tourist trampled to death by elephant after provoking it by moving too near to takes pictures in Kenya

    [stupid tourist exits the gene pool]

    Kamchatka volcano Shiveluch spewed a 7-km column of ash in the air

    New study reveals 'killer haze' caused 100,000 deaths in Southeast Asia last year

    [prosecute the perpetrators!]

    Sticking it to the man: As protests spread nationwide, federal court halts pipeline construction


  8. Alligator attacks homeless man swimming in Florida river

    The 56-year-old man, who was swimming, was bitten on the shoulder by a gator that Melbourne police said was “definitely a big one.”

    The man was conscious but in pain when medics arrived to take him to the hospital. He is expected to survive, police said.

    [heh - wait til he gets the bill]

    Emissions from ethanol production may be way worse than we thought

    [MAY be? These people lie about and underestimate everything!]

    Teen hacker 'Fear' hits hundreds of government FTP data servers

    [just more proof that our government is incompetent beyond belief]

    "It only takes 13 hours and 23 minutes and 12 seconds for somebody to finish gathering data on every US citizen," Fear boasted.

    Fear said that the files he has amassed include credit card information, bank transactions, prescription information, Social Security data and more, and that he planned on selling the information he had downloaded for "thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency."