Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Event Update For 2017-09-05

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

2017-09-05 - Rotten egg odor reported on East Riverview Avenue in Napoleon (Ohio), 940 feet from the Maumee River:

Quote: "The Napoleon Fire Department did an odor investigation in the 500 and 600 block of East Riverview Avenue at approximately 5 p.m. Tuesday after the smell of gas was reported. After an investigation, crews were unable to determine a source."

2017-09-05 - Unknown odor hits hospital in coastal Cardiff (Britain):

Quote: "The University Hospital of Wales has reopened after the fire service investigated what was described as an 'odd smell'. Its main outpatients corridor from the concourse to the radiology department and the Rheumatology Day Centre were affected. A spokeswoman for the Cardiff hospital said the 'odd smell' meant a number of clinics were also affected."

2017-09-05 - Foul sewage smell regularly hitting area in Ashbourne (Britain):

Quote: "Mystery surrounds the source of a foul smell which has been plaguing people living in a cluster of housing estates on the edge of Ashbourne for more than a year. People in the Derby Road estate, streets near the Airfield Industrial Estate and other roads, such as Wyaston Road, say they are getting whiffs of what smells like sewage."

2017-09-05 - Two boys, 12 and 14, have 'medical incident' near the Elk River in Randall (Minnesota):

Quote: "Law enforcement is investigating a medical incident Sunday involving two juvenile males. The Morrison County Sheriff's office was called at 3:21 p.m. to a report of a medical situation near the Elk River, under the Highway 115 bridge in Randall. Authorities located Cole Kjeldergaard, 14, Cushing, on land near the river and he was semi-responsive; and Nicholas Angevine, 12, Randall, under the bridge and unresponsive."

Note: Very similar to the two women who had simultaneous 'medical emergencies' at the American River in Sacramento (California), mentioned in the 2017-09-02 update. What did the two women have in common? The American River. What did these two boys have in common? The Elk River. Get near water these days and it may be the last thing you ever do...

2017-09-05 - Underground electrical explosion and fire blacks out part of Grosse Pointe Woods (Detroit), near Lake St. Clair:

2017-09-05 - Bad fire season predicted for parts of Australia:

2017-09-05 - Wildfire rages in the Columbia River Gorge, jumps from Oregon to Washington:

2017-09-05 - Wildfire burns 20,000+ acres, rains ash down in communities around coastal Puget Sound (Washington):

Quote: "Q13 News viewers have been sending us photos and video of ash falling from the sky and landing on their cars and homes. Reports of ash have come from King, Snohomish, Pierce, Thurston, Lewis, Jefferson, Grays Harbor, Skagit and Mason counties."

2017-09-05 - Irma strengthens, becomes Category 5 hurricane, continues heading west, may hit Florida:

Quote: "Armed with the most powerful winds ever recorded for a storm in the Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Irma bore down Tuesday on the Leeward Islands of the northeast Caribbean on a forecast path that could take it toward Florida over the weekend. 'The Leeward Islands are going to get destroyed,' warned Colorado State University meteorology professor Phil Klotzbach, a noted hurricane expert."

Quote: "President Donald Trump approved emergency declarations for Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Tuesday evening."

2017-09-05 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 4:30 AM in Scottsdale (Arizona):

Quote: "Folio said there were several reports of witnesses hearing an explosion during the fire and one of the walls of the house was blown outward, not inwards, coinciding with the reports."

Quote: "Folio said there is no gas line into the home and there was no oxygen tanks or other sources that could have caused the explosion."

2017-09-05 - Home explodes and burns at 1:51 AM in St. Clair (Missouri):

2017-09-05 - Apartment building explodes and burns in Faiyum (Egypt), 2 killed, 11 injured:

Quote: "According to investigations, the explosion resulted in the death of two residents on the property, and the injury of 11 others, as well as the damage of five cars and a motorcycle, said the statement."

Note: These are the 256th, 257th and 258th residential explosions in 2017...

2017-09-05 - Boat and shed go up in flames at property in Mandurang (Australia):

Quote: "Bendigo senior station officer Hugh Kelly said the shed contained a boat, tools and sports and gardening equipment such as lawnmowers and whipper snippers."

Note: This is the 820th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-09-05 - Private bus bursts into flame while parked at home, bus rolls away, crashes into home, ignites home, in coastal Boyne Island (Australia):

Quote: "Boyne Island Fire Station Captain Greg Chandler said he believed the flames engulfing the vehicle must have damaged the bus' brakes, causing the vehicle to roll from its original position further up the driveway."

Quote: "A Queensland Fire and emergency Services spokeswoman confirmed the vehicle out the front of a Boyne Island home is a bus. The fire on Crest Av originally started at the vehicle, but soon spread to the carport of a home."

Note: This is the 596th bus to burn in 2017...

2017-09-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 30 near Caln (Pennsylvania):

2017-09-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Kansas Turnpike near Lawrence (Kansas):

2017-09-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 7:17 AM on Lucci Drive in Orange (Massachusetts):

2017-09-05 - Semi tractor bursts into flame while parked at business in Tukwila (Washington):

2017-09-05 - Tractor bursts into flame at 1 AM while parked at property in Watseka (Illinois):

Note: These are the 1611th, 1612th, 1613th, 1614th and 1615th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-09-05 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Cedar Drive in Southwater (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Heavy truck bursts into flame at Skinners Pond in Tignish (Canada), near the coast:

2017-09-05 - Heavy truck explodes into flame at gas station in Pathum Thani Province (Thailand), 5 injured:

2017-09-05 - RV bursts into flame while parked at church, fire spreads, church destroyed, in Bean Station (Tennessee):

Quote: "A Bean Station church was destroyed by fire Friday, Sept. 1. Flames spread to Mountain View Missionary Baptist Church after an RV located behind the church caught fire with a man inside. According to reports, the victim said he woke to find the RV ablaze."

2017-09-05 - RV bursts into flame before 5:45 AM at Chester Frost Park in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2017-09-05 - RV and food truck destroyed by fire shortly after midnight while parked in Denver (Colorado):

2017-09-05 - RV bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on Highway 20 near Clearlake Oaks (California):

Quote: "Firefighters continued working overnight on a fire that began Tuesday afternoon along Highway 20 east of Clearlake Oaks. The Mule fire began near the Double Eagle Ranch subdivision at about 2:45 p.m. Tuesday, as Lake County News has reported. Initial reports indicated the fire had begun as the result of a motorhome that caught fire and spread to a nearby hillside just east of the entrance to the Double Eagle Ranch subdivision, located about 13 miles east of Clearlake Oaks."

Note: These are the 422nd, 423rd, 424th and 425th RVs to burn/explode in 2017...

2017-09-05 - Van bursts into flame while parked in parking lot in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

2017-09-05 - Van bursts into flame on the M74 in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2017-09-05 - Van bursts into flame at 3:24 AM on Metheringham Heath Lane in Lincoln (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Van bursts into flame at 5:26 AM on Aylesbury Lane in Aylesbury (Britain), 4 miles from the coast:

Quote: "Aylesby Lane, Aylesby. Tue 5 Sep 2017 05:26 (No:19519) Van on fire. 1 BA and 1 hose reel in use."

2017-09-05 - Utility truck bursts into flame on Highway 135 near coastal Vandenberg Air Force Base (California):

2017-09-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 299 near Blue Lake (California):

2017-09-05 - Car bursts into flame at 11:11 PM while parked in garage at home, fire spreads to home, in Perry (New York):

Quote: "A vehicle fire in an attached garage caused an estimated $100,000 in damage to a house Tuesday night in Perry, according to the Wyoming County Office of Emergency Services. The blaze in the garage at 6186 Burke Hill Road was reported at 11:11 p.m."

2017-09-05 - Car bursts into flame at 7 AM on I-10 in San Antonio (Texas):

2017-09-05 - Car bursts into flame on US 101 in Sherman Oaks (California):

2017-09-05 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in coastal Lake Macquarie (Australia):

Quote: "It's been a big effort from dozens of firefighters overnight to bring a large bushfire under control in southern Lake Macquarie. The blaze at Wyee was finally contained early this morning, after being whipped up by strong winds. The RFS says it started as the result of a car fire yesterday afternoon."

2017-09-05 - Car and RV trailer go up in flames on the Bruce Highway near Kybong in Queensland (Australia):

2017-09-05 - Multiple cars go up in flames near the Coldwinters in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2017-09-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at supermarket on Reddish Road in Reddish, Stockport (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Two hoverboards burst into flame inside home in Lee's Summit (Missouri):

2017-09-05 - Auto shop damaged by fire at 6:15 AM in Killeen (Texas):

2017-09-05 - Huge barn destroyed by fire in Erda (Utah), 300,000 chickens killed:

Quote: "About 300,000 chickens died Tuesday in a massive fire at an egg farm in Tooele County."

Note: Expensive fire, 300,000 bawks!

2017-09-05 - Barn destroyed by fire before 4:30 AM in Elkmont (Alabama), 23+ horses killed:

2017-09-05 - Barn destroyed by fire shortly after 2 AM near Adrian (Minnesota), 400 pigs killed, man has chest pain:

Quote: "At 4:27 a.m., the Adrian Ambulance was dispatched to the scene for an adult male with chest pain."

2017-09-05 - Barn destroyed by fire on North River Road West in Zanesville (Ohio):

2017-09-05 - Barn and 500 tons of hay destroyed by fire just before 7:30 AM in Kirkbride, Wigton (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Wildfire grows to 21,913 acres near Alice Creek (Montana):

2017-09-05 - Brush fire destroys six homes at the mouth of Weber Canyon (Utah):

2017-09-05 - Around 1000 tons of straw go up in flames in Kidderminster (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Around 40 tons of straw go up in flames on Reddings Lane in Tillingham (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Pallets and garage go up in flames on Gooch Street in Swindon (Britain):

2017-09-05 - Pharmacy and convenience store destroyed by huge fire in Cliffside Park (New Jersey):

2017-09-05 - Clothing recycling center destroyed by huge fire in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam):

2017-09-05 - Garage damaged by fire at 1:20 AM at home in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

2017-09-05 - Home damaged by fire at 1:11 AM in Waterboro (Maine):

2017-09-05 - Home damaged by fire at 1:40 AM in Jacksonville (North Carolina):

2017-09-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire in South Bend (Indiana), near the St. Joseph River, 2 injured:

2017-09-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:45 AM near Elmo (Texas), nobody there:

2017-09-05 - Home destroyed by fire before 4 AM near Percy Priest Lake (Tennessee), nobody there:

2017-09-05 - Home destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM in coastal Chugiak (Alaska):

2017-09-05 - Home destroyed by fire just before 2 AM in Mocanaqua (Pennsylvania):

2017-09-05 - Home destroyed by fire in Groton (Connecticut):

2017-09-05 - Two homes destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM in Clinton (Illinois):

2017-09-05 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire just before 4 AM in Bellevue (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2017-09-05 - Deadly fire burns home in Hartsville (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2017-09-05 - Vacant home burns at 12:30 AM in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2017-09-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 11 PM in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2017-09-05 - Vacant hotel burns in Columbus (Ohio):

2017-09-05 - Many fish dying in canals in coastal Cocoa Beach (Florida):

Quote: "Fish are floating belly-up near Cocoa Beach in the same area that saw an epic fish kill last year."

2017-09-05 - Thousands of fish found dead in nature reserve in Lampertheim (Germany):

2017-09-05 - Thousands of fish found in river in Coimbra (Portugal):

2017-09-05 - Thousands of fish found dead in Finniss River billabong near Darwin (Australia):

2017-09-05 - Many fish found dead in river in Xinmin (China):

2017-09-05 - Thousands of fish found dead in lagoon in Hellin (Spain):

2017-09-05 - Woman, 49, has 'medical incident' and drops dead in Snow Canyon State Park (Utah):

Quote: "Snow Canyon State Park Tuesday afternoon. A 49-year-old woman who was hiking with a companion on the Lava Flow Trail experienced a medical incident that resulted in her death, Washington County Sheriff’s Lt. Dave Crouse said."

2017-09-05 - Woman, 62, has 'medical emergency' and dies while driving, car hits another car, in Oxford (Alabama):

Quote: "Debra Parsley, 62, suffered a “heart-related medical issue,” before her vehicle hit another, Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown said by phone on Wednesday. The medical emergency is what killed Parsley, Brown said."

2017-09-05 - Man, 63, has 'medical condition' and drops dead in marsh along the Mississippi River near Sherrill (Iowa):

Quote: "The Sheriff’s Office says his death appears to be related to a medical condition."

2017-09-05 - Man, 37, found dead near the confluence of the Potomac River and Conococheague Creek in Williamsport (Maryland):

2017-09-05 - Man found dead in the Ogden River near Ogden (Utah):

2017-09-05 - Man, 53, falls off fishing boat and dies in coastal Oxford (Maryland):

2017-09-05 - Man, 42, found dead in the Little Miami River in Morrow (Ohio):

2017-09-05 - Person found dead in dry Los Angeles Riverbed near Los Feliz (California):

2017-09-05 - Man, 60, has 'medical issue' and drops dead on trail in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "Police said there were no signs of criminal activity or suicide. It appears it was a medical issue."

2017-09-05 - Man drops dead at 5 AM at train station in coastal Washington DC:

2017-09-05 - Woman found dead in vacant lot in East Orange (New Jersey):

2017-09-05 - Man, 27, found dead in Lake Wakatipu (New Zealand):

2017-09-05 - Man, 22, found dead in water near Popua Park (New Zealand):

2017-09-05 - Man drops dead outside nightclub in coastal Tijuana (Mexico):

2017-09-05 - Man has 'medical condition', tractor crashes into building, in Oskaloosa (Iowa):

Quote: "According to Mahaska County Sheriff Russell Van Renterghem, the employee whose name was not released, was driving a county-owned tractor along the shoulder of the road when it crashed into a farm building at 1833 Indian Way. The incident occurred at 8:50 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 5. 'He suffered a medical emergency while driving the tractor,' Van Renterghem said. 'A medical condition created the accident. The accident didn't create the medical condition.' Van Renterghem added that the man was unconscious at the time of the collision."

2017-09-05 - Man has 'medical problem', SUV plows into business in Topeka (Kansas):

Quote: "Topeka police Officer Dominic Yancy said an adult man had a medical problem that caused him to accelerate into the building. "

Quote: "It was the second time Tuesday that police responded to a vehicle crashing into a building. Just after 4 a.m., officers responded to a rollover wreck in the 3300 block of S. Kansas Ave. where a car hit a business."

2017-09-05 - Man has 'medical emergency', van crashes into building, near the Mississippi River in St. Louis (Missouri):

Quote: "Police said the male driver drove a van into a vacant building near Eichelberger and Gravois. The van belongs to Courtney Heating and Cooling. Police said the driver suffered a medical emergency."

Note: Whew, not my heating and cooling guy. I'd hate to lose him!

2017-09-05 - Man, 61, has 'medical emergency', SUV hits cable barrier on Route 410 in Sumner (Washington), 1 killed:

Quote: "A 61-year-old Bonney Lake man died Tuesday after suffering a medical emergency behind the wheel and crashing his car on state Route 410, according to the State Patrol."

2017-09-05 - Man, 66, has 'medical condition' near bridge, car crashes, near Jasper (Indiana), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Police say a medical condition resulted in a crash this afternoon just southeast of Jasper that killed an out of town man and resulted in injury to his wife. Dubois County Communications dispatchers alerted the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department to a single-vehicle crash with entrapment along State Road 162 just north of the Maltersville Bridge at 3:45 p.m."

2017-09-05 - Man, 55, has 'medical event', car plows into home, in Taupo (New Zealand), near Lake Taupo:

Quote: "Taupo Senior Constable Tony Ellis said the black Mercedes had come along Gillies Ave, which runs at right angles to Rifle Range Rd, hit a kerb and then continued at speed through a low concrete fence, across a garden and into the side of a house. He said it appeared the driver, a 55-year-old man from Tokoroa, had suffered a medical event."

2017-09-05 - Man has 'medical event', truck crashes into two parked cars, in coastal Lyttelton (New Zealand), 1 killed:

Quote: "A man who died after his truck hit two parked cars in Lyttelton appears to have suffered a medical event, WorkSafe says."

2017-09-05 - Passenger plane lands at airport at 2:40 AM, runs off runway, in coastal Kochi (India):

2017-09-05 - Air National Guard F-16 fighter jet crashes near Safford (Arizona), 1 killed:

2017-09-05 - Small plane makes emergency landing at airport in coastal Gulfport (Mississippi), engine failure:

2017-09-05 - Small plane crashes into river ravine in San José (Costa Rica), 2 killed, 4 injured:

2017-09-05 - Passenger bus blows tire and overturns near Pietermaritzburg (South Africa), 47 injured:

2017-09-05 - Tractor trailer and 2 cars crash at 5:30 AM, huge fire erupts, on I-78 in Berkeley Heights (New Jersey):

2017-09-05 - Dump truck veers off road and overturns, on Thompson Mill Road in Buford (Georgia), 1 injured:

2017-09-05 - RV crashes off river bridge, plunges 50 feet, on I-20 near Willow Park (Texas), 2 injured:

Quote: "Two people were injured when their recreation vehicle fell off a bridge to a river bottom 50 feet below."

2017-09-05 - Van slams into bus at 6 AM in Narsingdi (Bangladesh), 5 killed, 25 injured:

2017-09-05 - SUV slams into semi, fire erupts, in Fresno (California), 5 killed, 1 injured:

2017-09-05 - Pickup truck crashes into parked semi in coastal Eureka (California), 1 killed:

2017-09-05 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, swipes dump truck, hits tree, on River Road near Forestville (California), 1 killed:

Quote: "The CHP is investigating whether a medical condition caused Guerne to veer into the oncoming lane."

2017-09-05 - Car crashes into restaurant in coastal Biddeford (Maine):

Quote: "Police believe the crash may have been caused by a medical issue, Fisk said, but it remains under investigation by officers."

2017-09-05 - Car veers off road at 12:19 AM, overturns, bursts into flame, near Costa Mesa (California), 1 killed:

2017-09-05 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, on East River Drive in Margate (Florida):

2017-09-05 - Shark attacks and lightly injures near South Padre Island (Texas):

2017-09-05 - Grizzly bear attacks and injures bow hunter in the Gravelly Range (Montana):

2017-09-05 - Man tries to take selfie with elephant, elephant kills him, in Odisha (India):

2017-09-05 - Student, teen, has 'medical incident' outside Lakelands Academy in Ellesmere (Britain):

Quote: "West Midlands Ambulance Service said the boy was treated after a 'medical incident' by the bus stop outside Lakelands Academy."

2017-09-05 - Man, mid-60s, former mayor, has 'medical event' during meeting in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

Quote: "Sarasota City Commissioner Willie Shaw was taken to Sarasota Memorial Hospital after a brief health scare during the commission’s meeting Tuesday afternoon. The type and severity of the medical event Shaw experienced was not immediately clear, but city officials said later he was alert and okay at the hospital Tuesday evening. The two-term commissioner and three-term former mayor is in his mid-60s."

2017-09-05 - New Zealand has third-hottest August on record, with extra rain:

2017-09-05 - Idaho hit by over 100 aftershocks as earthquake swarm continues:

2017-09-05 - Lightning strike kills 8 people in the (not very) Democratic Republic of Congo:

2017-09-05 - Lightning strike kills student on motorcycle in Cambodia:

2017-09-05 - Tropical Storm Jose forms to the east of Hurricane Irma in the Atlantic Ocean:

2017-09-05 - Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters mix a foul brew of sewage, chemicals:

2017-09-05 - Meteor lights up the sky over British Columbia and Alberta (Canada):

2017-09-05 - Powerful solar storm headed towards earth, bringing rare light shows:

2017-09-05 - Crisis looms as nearly 125,000 refugees flood into Bangladesh:

2017-09-05 - US factory orders post biggest drop in nearly three years:

2017-09-05 - Synthetic painkiller fentanyl overtakes heroin as deadliest drug in the US:

2017-09-05 - Second-largest black hole in the Milky Way discovered:

2017-09-05 - Girl pulls sword from legendary lake of King Arthur's Excalibur:


  1. How about PA representin' a coupla JJFH incidents on this day!? Yep - a sinkhole (outside the 2nd largest mall in the country) & a truck fire (down the road from my place).

    If I lived in India - i'd give up on those "idol immersion" parties. In fact - i'd be tryin' a get out of the country!

    Now see, TWO hoverboards bursting into flames in the same house is really good evidence of something OTHER than their batteries causing this to happen (I mean, what are the odds they'd BOTH be defective and burn AT THE SAME TIME IN THE SAME PLACE?).

    Carolinas, Georgia declare emergencies ahead of Irma

    [911, what's your emergency? UHM, a big storm's a comin'! Sir, an approaching storm is not an emergency we can respond to, please call back when there is significant property damage, a rescue situation evolves, or someone is in dire need of medical help, thank you, (click).]

    Most Florida flood zone property not insured

    [and even if it is, we ain't payin'! (insurance industry)]

    Texas health officials monitoring mosquitoes after Harvey

    The experts have recorded 30 or more insect landings per minute, which is the baseline for the test.  [yep, we got 'em . .]

    Mosquitoes typically found in the Houston area can carry West Nile virus, Kachur said. [more]

    Hurricane Irma brings fear, gas shortages to Key West

    Hotel lashed by brutal winds and driving rain

    [so much for that Grand solar minimum]
    Sun unleashes monster X9.3 solar flare, strongest in a decade

    Katia becomes third hurricane to threaten US in six days

    [snuck up on us like Harvey, outta the Gulf]

    Tropical storm Katia strengthened into a hurricane off the Mexican coast on Wednesday - marking the first time since 2010 there has been a trio of hurricanes around the Atlantic region.

    Thursday, 7 September 2017
    The destructive power of Hurricane Irma

    Live Camera captures destruction of building in Caribbean
    Powerful Category 5 Hurricane Irma Begins To Slam Caribbean
    Island! Watch The Devastating Impact [~ 12 min. video]

    Florida’s nucear [sic] power plants – are they prepared? [nope]

    [this article is dated Oct. 6, 2017 and they talk about Hurricane MATTHEW?! wtf?]

    Wunderground on Hurricane Irma - 09/06/2017

    Category 5 Irma Hits Leeward Islands at Peak Strength

    Next targets: British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico

    Hurricane update - 09/06/2017 pm
    Wednesday Evening Update on Irma, Katia, and Jose

    BREAKING! 200 MPH Hurricane Footage of Irma AFTERMATH (Anguilla St Maarten St Martin) [~7.5 min. video at bottom of long article]

    Longer-range outlook for Irma:  Cuba, the Bahamas, and Southeast U.S.

    Meanwhile, we have Jose and Katia [more]

    [continued below]


  2. The Ponzi Scheme

    NYC Commercial Real Estate Sales Plunge Over 50% As Owners Lever Up In The Absence Of Buyers

    [see also this embedded article]
    Australia Mortgage Market Is Now A $1.7 Trillion "House Of Cards"

    [and this at the bottom]
    Is It All Coming To An End, What Else Does The Cabal Have Up Their Sleeve
    [~19 min. X-22 video report]

    The lunatic fringe on the Right continues to deny climate change
    Limbaugh: Hurricane Irma Coverage Is Liberal Media Plot to Advance ‘Climate-Change Agenda’ [~ 13 min. video]

    [some fear porn]
    Here are 6 terrifying reasons to fear Miami ‘won’t survive’ Hurricane Irma

    [IRENE? wtf!]

    Models Show Irma Tracking Toward 88 Degree (F) Waters Before Setting Sights on Florida, Georgia and South Carolina

    [as usual, the comments section is worth reading]

    Island of Barbuda “literally under water” after Hurricane Irma, prime minister says

    Guy McPherson, Dahr Jamail and friends on NBL on PRN

    The “last” Nature Bats Last broadcast

    [he has another radio show now; this is ~ 1 hr. long]

    Fishing mortality of mako sharks ten times higher than fisheries’ estimates

    [of course! they lie about everything]

    Air quality in smoky Seattle downgraded to “Unhealthy”

    Wildfires sweep across U.S. West, slow push toward Portland – “It’s very unusual to have this many fires burning this many acres across such a broad area at this time in September”

    [more below]

  3. Image of the Day: Smoke from BC wildfires obscures the sun in Vancouver, 5 September 2017

    Denying Hurricane Harvey’s climate links only worsens future suffering – “Three options remain for dealing with the crisis: mitigate, adapt, and suffer”

    Human-caused climate change amplified the damages and suffering associated with Hurricane Harvey in several different ways. First, sea level rise caused by global warming increased the storm surge and therefore the coastal inundation and flooding from the storm. Second, the warmer atmosphere holds more water vapor, which intensifies extreme precipitation events like the record-shattering rainfall associated with Harvey. Third, warmer ocean waters essentially act as hurricane fuel, which may have made Harvey more intense than it would otherwise have been.
    There are other possible human factors at play about which we have less certainty. For example, it’s possible that Harvey stalled off the coast of Texas because of changes in atmospheric circulation patterns associated with human-caused global warming. As climate scientist Michael Mann notes, his research has shown that these sorts of stationary summer weather patterns tend to happen more often in a hotter world, but we can’t yet say if that happened in Harvey’s case.

    Other human activities also worsened Harvey’s impacts. For example, Houston suffers from urban sprawl, covering a larger area (nearly 600 square miles) than the cities of Chicago, San Francisco, Washington DC, Boston, Manhattan, and Santa Barbara combined. With urban sprawl and poor planning came expansive impervious surfaces – absorbent soil covered instead by concrete and asphalt, increasing flood risks. Houston’s lack of zoning laws combined with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) also encouraged development in flood prone areas. [more]

    Florida Keys evacuate ahead of Hurricane Irma – “Everyone’s freaking out”

    Plastic fibres found in tap water around the world, study reveals

    Tests show billions of people globally are drinking water contaminated by plastic particles, with 83% of samples found to be polluted

    [WE'RE #1!]
    The US had the highest contamination rate, at 94%, with plastic fibres found in tap water sampled at sites including Congress buildings, the US Environmental Protection Agency’s headquarters, and Trump Tower in New York. Lebanon and India had the next highest rates.
    European nations including the UK, Germany and France had the lowest contamination rate, but this was still 72%. The average number of fibres found in each 500ml sample ranged from 4.8 in the US to 1.9 in Europe. [more]

    Denialist Ground And Pound

    The 90 year-olds running government have to get shit canned before anything gets better...

    Forrest Trump Cuts EPA To 1980s Levels [more]

  4. Well good morning Jonny and Tom! I am so thankful for this blog and the updates you both make to it daily, it's my number one place for all the news cataloging our planets demise. I trust no one else! Here in NE Oklahoma, our weather has turned incredibly wonderful, no humidity and temps in the mid 80's during the day and low in the 50's at night, love it! Anyway, I just wanted to let you both know I was still out here reading your blog and that I am very thankful to you both for the time and effort you put into it.
    I listened to Dr. McPhereson's NBL 9/5/17 episode last night {} and was glad to see him still at it. I wished they had gone more into what is happening on the west coast but it was good to hear he hadn't given completely up on his mission.
    Have you ever wondered about the obituaries that just might be JJFH? I have. I take care of people in their homes all around this lake and I have lost 2 recently that I would have called JJFH events but the coroner listed as cardiac issues. One fella lived in a cove where the water in one of the communities ponds was super bright green for the whole month of July, he also spent a great deal of time in his basement. Both cases lived within spittin distance to the lake...........So I think about that a great deal.

    Well, that's all I got for today, hope my comment doesn't get deleted[last one did] and I'll try to comment more Tom. :-) stay safe out there.....~Fran

  5. Yeah, hydrogen sulfide can cause exactly that: 'cardiac issues'. And since it dissolves quickly in the human body, coroner sees 'cardiac issues', a corpse, and nothing suspicious, then that's what he or she calls the cause of death.

    There was a lady who got gassed to death by hydrogen sulfide in her home, in Kansas City I think it was, and the coroner must've done the autopsy fast, because he DID discover that it was hydrogen sulfide that had killed her, and he commented something like, 'You know, this could be happening a lot more than we think and nobody would even know.' Well, not only COULD it be happening a lot more than people think, it IS happening a lot more than people think. Thus the 'spike in dying' in Britain and the rise in mortality in the United States, and I'm sure other countries are seeing the same thing, even if it hasn't been published in the news.

    So yeah, every time I hear an ambulance, I wonder. Every time a house goes up for sale and I don't know what happened to the previous occupant, I wonder. I don't even look at the obituaries because I know if I did, I'd wonder. Heh.

  6. Hey Fran! Great to hear from you! Like you and Jonny, I wonder about this stuff too, but on the level of how quickly is it accelerating, when will the authorities come around to getting a clue about all these "medical events" (happening to their own police, fire and EMT units, if nothing else), how do they explain all the home explosions (hint: they're not all "meth labs") and the multiple people dropping dead all over the place?

    That's just tip of the melting iceberg. I really wonder about stuff right here at home (like you two, obviously) - like this:

    at the beginning of the summer, my neighbor had a large branch come down (maybe 10" diam.) - took a guy all day with a chain saw and loppers to clean it up. It wasn't during a storm, overloaded with nuts or anything, it just crashed to the ground. Over the last month I've had the same problem with a large oak, full of nuts! Giant effin' branch came down and took out 1/2 of my pear tree (i'll probably have to cut it down). A smaller branch below this one broke off and was just hanging there until 2 days ago. I'm still cleaning up, but mostly because of the rain. The branch looks "desiccated" to some extent, not moist cellulose, but kind of dry . . [A friend who does tree work for a living said it was probably overloaded with nuts, but i'm not sure - that may have contributed to it, but I think there's something else going on.

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