Thursday, January 11, 2018

Event Update For 2018-01-10

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: Variety Pack

2018-01-10 - Hydrogen sulfide emanates from sewers at school in Nashville (Tennessee):

Quote: "Fire department officials said the smell was coming from the sewage line and was not dangerous. Everyone was cleared to come back inside. A school administrator told News 4 that someone smelled something and thought it was possibly a gas leak, so they called the fire department to investigate."

Quote: "A phone message sent to Overton parents said staff arriving to the school noticed a strong 'sulfur' smell and maintenance crews were called."

Quote: "The Nashville Fire Department said the smell is isolated to the school’s auditorium and is hydrogen sulfide from a backed up sewer. The Fire Chief described the smell as 'sewer gas' and said it is not hazardous."

Note: 'Not hazardous'?! Hydrogen sulfide is as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use to execute people in gas chambers, and the British used it to kill German soldiers during trench warfare in WWI. Moreover, nobody anywhere knows what the long-term effects are of breathing it, regardless of concentration, but whatever the effects are, they're surely not good. In any case, this is yet another example of people thinking there's a natural gas leak when in fact what they are smelling is hydrogen sulfide, not the odorant added to natural gas...

2018-01-10 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2018-01-10 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes in the Midland Valley area of Aiken County (South Carolina):

2018-01-10 - Underground electrical explosion and fire blow manhole covers off, woman falls into manhole, in Edmonton (Canada), 1 injured:

Quote: "Emergency crews rescued an injured woman from a downtown Edmonton manhole Wednesday after the force from an underground explosion blew several manhole covers into the air. The explosion was in an underground EPCOR electrical vault, Edmonton Fire Rescue Services said."

2018-01-10 - Metal recycling business destroyed by massive blaze at 11 PM in Des Plaines (Illinois), 1400 feet from the Des Plaines River:

Quote: "A massive scrap metal plant was completely destroyed overnight by a raging fire in northwest suburban Des Plaines. Fire crews responded to Maine Scrap Metal in the 1200-block of Rand Road just after 11 p.m. Wednesday."

2018-01-10 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame, hundreds of scrap cars burn, in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

Quote: "Flames tore through the stacks of vehicles weighted to be disposed of, which were left as blackened wrecks."

Quote: "Massive fire destroys HUNDREDS of cars in blaze near major airport..."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2018-01-10 - Vehicles and auto auction business go up in flames just before 11 PM in St. Paul (Minnesota):

Quote: "Investigators were working Thursday morning to determine what caused a fire at a St. Paul business. Firefighters were called to Insurance Auto Auctions on the 1300 block of Jackson Street just before 11 p.m. Wednesday. Authorities said the fire caused minor damage to the building and damaged several vehicles."

2018-01-10 - Pile of scrap cars goes up in flames at 10:27 AM at industrial site on Tileworks Lane in Chelmsford (Britain):

Quote: "On arrival crews reported that approximately 10 square metres of scrap cars, situated at the rear of an industrial unit, were alight."

2018-01-10 - Volcano Shiveluch erupts mightily, spews ash into the stratosphere, on the Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia):

2018-01-10 - Rising temperatures resulting in more than 99% of sea turtles being female:

Quote: "Since the sex of a sea turtle is determined by the heat of sand incubating their eggs, scientists had suspected they might see slightly more females. Climate change, after all, has driven air and sea temperatures higher, which, in these creatures, favors female offspring. But instead, they found female sea turtles from the Pacific Ocean's largest and most important green sea turtle rookery now outnumber males by at least 116 to 1. 'This is extreme—like capital letters extreme, exclamation point extreme,' says turtle scientist Camryn Allen, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Hawaii. 'We're talking a handful of males to hundreds and hundreds of females. We were shocked.'"

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 1 AM in coastal Holiday (Florida):

2018-01-10 - Apartment building damaged by explosion and fire in coastal Singapore:

Quote: "Residents in Toa Payoh awoke to a fire that broke out in a Housing Board flat on Wednesday morning (Jan 10), after an explosion was heard."

Note: These are the 12th and 13th residential explosions in 2018...

2018-01-10 - Burning tanker ship 'Sanchi' rocked by explosion off the coast of China:

Quote: "An explosion has rocked a stricken oil tanker off the coast of Shanghai, forcing maritime authorities to suspend firefighting and rescue efforts. China's ministry of transport said rescue vessels withdrew to a safe distance after the explosion on the Sanchi's bow, the latest setback in the multinational effort to extinguish the burning wreck and find more than 30 missing crew members. The ship is still on fire, the ministry said. Chinese officials have previously warned that the tanker could explode and sink, possibly triggering an environmental disaster. The Sanchi was carrying nearly 1 million barrels of condensate, a type of gassy, ultra-light oil, when it collided on Saturday evening with a freighter 160 miles off the coast and caught fire."

Quote: "But this type of oil has a high concentration of toxic chemicals such as hydrogen sulfide and could cause severe air pollution because it is more volatile than crude, Zhao said."

2018-01-10 - Bathroom destroyed by methane explosion at 6:45 AM at golf course next to the Ross River in Rosslea (Australia), 1 injured:

2018-01-10 - Chemical plant devastated by massive fire in coastal Vadodara (India):

2018-01-10 - Fence company damaged by explosion near coastal Bremerton (Washington), 1 injured:

2018-01-10 - Indian Navy stealth frigate 'INS Shivalik' hit by storeroom fire in coastal Visakhapatnam (India):

2018-01-10 - Tanker ship 'Skazochnyj Most' hit by garbage fire in coastal Busan (South Korea):

Quote: "In the morning of Jan 8, 2018, a fire broke out on the stern of the 'Skazochnyj Most' at Busan anchorage. Garbage on the stern of the tanker had caught fire. The master of the vessel reported the fire to the port administration and asked for assistance."

Note: These are the 100th and 101st boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-01-10 - Passenger train hit by fire at 1 AM, 4+ coaches destroyed, at station in Mokama (India), near the Ganges River:

2018-01-10 - Ten school buses destroyed by fire while parked at facility in Ottawa County (Oklahoma):

2018-01-10 - School bus bursts into flame on I-40 in Memphis (Tennessee):

Quote: "FOX13 learned a Durham bus caught fire Wednesday afternoon. Flames ignited as the bus was driving on Interstate 40 near Covington Pike. Traffic was delayed with two lanes closed. The fire was put under control and no one was injured, according to Memphis Fire Department. No students were on board at the time, and the cause of the fire is under investigation."

2018-01-10 - School bus bursts into flame in the wee hours on the Nassau Expressway near JFK Airport in coastal Queens (New York):

Quote: "A school bus caught fire early Wednesday morning near John F. Kennedy Airport in Queens."

Note: These are the 10th-21st school buses to burn in 2018, and these are the 23rd-34th buses to burn in 2018...

2018-01-10 - Prison bus bursts into flame on Highway 36 south of Abilene (Texas):

Note: This is the 35th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-01-10 - Crane truck bursts into flame on the M25 near Gerrards Cross (Britain):

Quote: "Wednesday 10 January, 3.16pm Crane on fire on hard shoulder, M25 anti-clockwise between junctions 16 (M40 interchange) and 15 (M4 interchange). One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross, one from Beaconsfield, one from Langley and two officers attended. Firefighters used two hose reels, foam, two dry powder extinguishers and three sets of breathing apparatus."

2018-01-10 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on Park Lake in Keighley (Britain):

Note: This is the 3rd car-hauler to burn in 2018...

2018-01-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-20 in Midland (Texas):

2018-01-10 - Tractor and shed destroyed by fire at 4:55 AM in Freeport (Minnesota):

2018-01-10 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire at 5:21 AM in Winnipeg (Canada), 3 horses killed:

2018-01-10 - Tractor trailer goes up in flames on the Hume Highway near Chiltern (Australia):

Note: How do they know a tire blowout caused the fire instead of a tire and/or brake fire causing the tire blowout? They don't...

2018-01-10 - Two semi tractors and a tractor go up in flames at 2:55 AM while parked at facility in Elgin (Scotland), 5 miles from the coast:

Note: These are the 57th-65th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-01-10 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on I-85 in Spartanburg County (South Carolina):

2018-01-10 - Box truck bursts into flame on South 356th Street in coastal Federal Way (Washington):

2018-01-10 - Tow truck and some cars destroyed by fire just after 2:30 AM while parked in auto business in Sycamore Township (Ohio):

Quote: "A tow wrecker and a few vehicles were destroyed after a fire at an auto body shop in Sycamore Township early Wednesday. It broke out in a detached garage at Ruwe Auto Body Shop and Wrecker Service on Plainfield Road just after 2:30 a.m."

2018-01-10 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame at 4:59 AM in coastal Bridlington (Britain):

Quote: "Bridlington. Wed 10 Jan 2018 04:59 (No:00549) Fire involving small flat bed truck. 1 BA and 1 hose reel in use."

2018-01-10 - Minibus bursts into flame on street in Mapusa (India):

2018-01-10 - SUV bursts into flame at Home Depot in East Meadow (New York):,99131

2018-01-10 - SUV bursts into flame at 12:44 AM on Mawflat Lane in Walney (Britain):

Quote: "Vehicle fire in Walney(Barrow-in-Furness) 10 Jan 2018 At 00:44 firefighters were called to a vehicle fire on Mawflat Lane, Walney. A 4x4 vehicle was well alight on arrival of the crews and they used one breathing apparatus and a hose reel jet to tackle the fire."

2018-01-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in Chick-fil-A drive-thru in Lexington (South Carolina):

2018-01-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in Comanche County (Oklahoma):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, on Parkview Crescent in Cambridge (Canada):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Maryborough (Australia):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked in driveway at home, fire spreads to storage building, on Somerlea in Willand (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame on Ashley Road in Altrincham (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame on Witton Street in Northwich (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame on Deer Park Court in Telford (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Gerrards Cross (Britain):

Quote: "Wednesday 10 January, 11.29am Car fire, M25 clockwise between junctions 15 (M4 interchange) and 16 (M40 interchange). One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross, one from Langley and an officer attended. Firefighters used one hose reel and two sets of breathing apparatus."

2018-01-10 - Car bursts into flame on Walton Street in Skipton (Britain):

Quote: "Walton Street, Skipton TOC: 15:41 Crew were mobilised to a report of a car fire. 1 vehicle well alight, extinguished using 2 breathing apparatus and 2 hose reels."

2018-01-10 - Police vehicle bursts into flame while parked at police station in Berbice (Guyana):

2018-01-10 - ATV bursts into flame while parked near barn in Wells Township (Michigan):

2018-01-10 - Car and barn destroyed by fire in Ogden (New York):

Quote: "A fire at a barn in Ogden destroyed the building, along with a car on Wednesday afternoon."

2018-01-10 - Auto shop heavily damaged by explosion and fire at 6:30 AM in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2018-01-10 - Barn destroyed by fire near Libertyville (Illinois), alpaca(s) and 30 chickens killed:

2018-01-10 - Barn destroyed by fire on Pine Springs Drive in Ticonderoga (New York):

2018-01-10 - Barn destroyed by fire shortly before 6 AM in the Township of Perth South (Canada), 1800 pigs killed:

2018-01-10 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Radcliffe (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Coal plant damaged by duct fire at 4:20 AM on Ferry Hill Road in Shippingport (Pennsylvania):

2018-01-10 - Church heavily damaged by fire in Telford (Tennessee):

2018-01-10 - Grocery store heavily damaged by fire at 12:30 AM in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2018-01-10 - Post office damaged by fire at 11:03 PM in Big Arm (Montana), near Flathead Lake:

2018-01-10 - Warehouse devastated by massive blaze at 1:50 AM in coastal Sharjah (UAE):

2018-01-10 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Noble Road in Federalsburg (Maryland):

2018-01-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2018-01-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 11:49 PM in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2018-01-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 4:20 AM in Rochester (New York), 2 dogs killed:

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire at 5:22 AM in Mt. Sterling (Illinois), 2 injured:

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Junius (New York):

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Mead (Washington):

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire just before 3:30 AM in Green Sea (South Carolina):

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM near Catawba (North Carolina):

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire in West Dalhousie (Canada), nobody there:

2018-01-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Norton Shores (Michigan), dog killed, nobody there:

2018-01-10 - Waterfront home destroyed by fire in coastal Hubert (North Carolina):

Quote: "A Bear Creek waterfront home was destroyed by fire Wednesday morning. The blaze was reported shortly after 9 a.m. at an unoccupied home located at 111 Harbour Drive in the Vista Cay subdivision. The home fronted the Intracoastal Waterway."

2018-01-10 - Duplex damaged by fire in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2018-01-10 - Two-family home heavily damaged by fire in Lodi (New Jersey):

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire burns home just after 1:30 AM in Indianapolis (Indiana), 1 killed:

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire burns home in Tulsa (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:45 AM in the Logan Square area in Chicago (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire destroys home on Tamarack Road in Westwood (Massachusetts), 1 killed:

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire destroys home at 4:12 AM in Caseville (Michigan), 1 killed:

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire burns condo complex in coastal Bellevue (Washington), 1 killed:

2018-01-10 - Deadly fire burns grocery store in Ahmedabad (India), 4 killed:

2018-01-10 - Vacant building burns in Kansas City (Missouri):

2018-01-10 - Vacant apartment burns just before 11 PM in Cleveland (Ohio):

2018-01-10 - Vacant hotel burns before 5 AM in coastal Newport News (Virginia):

2018-01-10 - Vacant commercial building destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Buffalo (New York):

2018-01-10 - Around 90 crows found dead in parks in Saitama (Japan):

2018-01-10 - Thousands of starfish wash up dead on beach in coastal Skegness (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Large number of fish die in the Phu River in Quang Ngai (Vietnam):

2018-01-10 - Four tons of fish found dead in lagoon in Santa Rosa (Argentina):

2018-01-10 - Many fish found dead in lake in Saltillo (Mexico):

2018-01-10 - Couple, 55 and 54, found dead in home in Rutland (Ohio):

Quote: "Donald Icenhower, 55, and Julie Zielinski, 54, are identified as the victims, the Meigs County Sheriff's Office says. According to initial autopsy report from the Montgomery County Coroner's Office, there were no traumatic injuries to either person."

2018-01-10 - Mother and son found dead at home in coastal Portmore on the island of Jamaica:

Quote: "A mother and son were found dead in a house in Portmore, Pines, St. Catherine Wednesday afternoon. The bodies were found on the floor at 1 o'clock. According to the police, there are no signs of violence on the bodies and no forced entry to the property."

2018-01-10 - Two men found dead in the Sidhwan Canal in Ludhiana (India):

2018-01-10 - College student, man, found dead on campus at university in Fargo (North Dakota):

Quote: "North Dakota State University officials are investigating the death of a student after a body was found on campus for the second time this school year."

Quote: "In September, a 17-year-old boy died of natural causes in a dorm room."

2018-01-10 - Man found dead along the San Diego River in Mission Valley (California):

2018-01-10 - Man found dead in the water in coastal Pismo Beach (California):

2018-01-10 - Man found dead in pond at Reichmuth Park in Sacramento (California):

2018-01-10 - Man found dead along I-75 in Bartow County (Georgia):

Quote: "Investigators said there doesn’t appear to be any automobile damage in the area where police found the body. They said the victim doesn't appear to have any injuries."

2018-01-10 - Man, 81, found dead in car at mall in Wheaton (Maryland):

2018-01-10 - Woman, 78, dies in the water at beach on coastal Phillip Island (Australia):

2018-01-10 - Man, 33, found dead along the Larapinta Trail near Mount Sounder (Australia):

2018-01-10 - Woman found dead in swimming pool at home in coastal Pauanui (New Zealand):

2018-01-10 - Man, 27, found dead in pond near his home in coastal Chittagong (Bangladesh):

2018-01-10 - Man, 62, has 'medical incident' and drops dead at McDonald's in Cirencester (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Man in his 70s hits bus with car, gets out, has 'medical episode' and drops dead, in coastal Cardiff (Britain):

Quote: "A man has died following a crash in Cardiff on Wednesday morning. South Wales Police said the man in his 70s had a 'medical episode' when he got out of his car after hitting a stationary bus at about 09:00 GMT on Pentwyn Road."

2018-01-10 - Young man found dead along the coastline in coastal Portland (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Man, 20, found dead in canal near Kettlebrook Road in Tamworth (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Woman, 56, slumps over unconscious, SUV drives into pond, near Cloverdale (Indiana), 1 killed:

Quote: "Boyette may have had a medical emergency, Sgt. Joe Watts, public information officer with the Putnamville state police post, said. Witnesses told police that it appeared the woman was unconscious when the 2013 Honda Pilot went off the U.S. 231 between Hardware Road and Owen County Road 1250 North (also known as Putnam County Road 1300 South). It traveled about 600 feet from the road before coming to rest in the pond, the release said."

2018-01-10 - Driver has 'medical incident', pickup hits police vehicle, near Owasso (Oklahoma), 2 injured:

Quote: "Oklahoma Highway Patrol said the driver of a pick up truck was heading east and apparently had some sort of medical incident."

2018-01-10 - Woman has 'medical issue', pickup plows into six cars, in The Dalles (Oregon), near the Columbia River:

Quote: "A 34-year old Washington woman reported having a medical issue that caused her pickup truck to plow into six other vehicles in the parking lot outside Staples late Wednesday morning, police said."

2018-01-10 - Woman, 69, has 'medical episode', car crashes into vehicles, in Moscow (Idaho):

Quote: "Carolyn Sliger, a 69-year-old Moscow woman was airlifted to Sacred Heart Medical Center after she suffered a medical episode and lost consciousness while driving about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. Her car then struck three other vehicles at low speed on the 700 block of Nez Perce Drive in Moscow, police said."

2018-01-10 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing at airport in Warsaw (Poland), landing gear problem:

2018-01-10 - Three tractor trailers crash at 4:30 AM, fire erupts, on I-65 near Seymour (Indiana):

2018-01-10 - Tractor trailer veers off road and crashes, on Bear Creek Road near Pana (Illinois), 1 killed:

Quote: "An autopsy is being conducted to determine if Newburn suffered a medical issue prior to the crash."

2018-01-10 - Tractor trailer hits retaining wall at 5:20 AM, bursts into flame, on I-40 in Dickson County (Tennessee):

2018-01-10 - Tractor trailer overturns before 2 AM, bursts into flame, on the Pacific Motorway near coastal Urunga (Australia), 1 injured:

2018-01-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into woods, bursts into flame, in Brunswick (Maine), 1 injured:

2018-01-10 - Car veers off road, crashes 100 feet into woods, bursts into flame, in Rapho Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2018-01-10 - Bear attacks and injures man in coastal Naples (Florida):

2018-01-10 - Pit bull attacks and kills woman at pet hotel in West Monroe (Louisiana):

2018-01-10 - Home and pool subsiding and cracking apart in coastal Palm Harbor (Florida):

Quote: "Although it is hard to tell the damage taking place from the outside, Palm Harbor firefighters confirm the home is caving in from the inside of the house, with cracks growing throughout Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. They also say the living room has sunk at least four inches with the ceiling beginning to separate from the sides of the house. Cracks have even formed in the backyard pool."

2018-01-10 - Huge sinkhole opens on street in Toronto (Canada):

2018-01-10 - Gas well leaks methyl mercaptan at 2 AM in Derry Borough (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The chemical is harmless, but it will take some time for the smell to dissipate, according to the Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety."

Note: It's not harmless. Here is some info on it and here is some more info. Notice this: 'A severe methyl mercaptan leak killed four employees and injured another in a DuPont facility in La Porte, Texas, near Houston, on 15 November 2014.' And this: 'Because no useful data on acute inhalation toxicity are available on which to base the IDLH for methyl mercaptan, the chosen IDLH is based on an analogy with hydrogen sulfide.' Sure, real harmless. The government says to treat methyl mercaptan as if it were hydrogen sulfide, since the symptoms of poisoning are the same and in fact it is made with hydrogen sulfide, which is why it has a 'rotten egg' odor. So this company spewed a bunch of deadly poison gas into the air and the Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety is telling people it's harmless. They should fill a room with 0.1% methyl mercaptan and see how many public safety employees want to spend five minutes in that room demonstrating how harmless it is...

2018-01-10 - Building under construction collapses in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), 1 killed:

2018-01-10 - Huge water tank collapses at hospital on the island of Trinidad:

2018-01-10 - Water main breaks, huge sinkhole opens, on Highway 70 in Cookeville (Tennessee):,25301

2018-01-10 - Water main break closes bridge in Windham (Maine):

2018-01-10 - Water main breaks, sinkhole forms, in Jackson (Mississippi):

2018-01-10 - Water main breaks, sinkhole forms, in Burton (Britain):

2018-01-10 - Person has 'medical emergency' at park in Glastonbury (Connecticut):

Quote: "What was referred to as a 'medical emergency' prompted a response from emergency crews to a park in Glastonbury on Wednesday."

2018-01-10 - Man, 50, has 'medical episode' and falls unconscious in the water at coastal Merewether Beach (Australia)

Quote: "Newcastle resident Adam Bevan said the conditions were 'way too calm' for the man to have been overpowered by the waves and said he must have had a medical episode."

2018-01-10 - Man has 'medical episode' at shopping center in Bracknell (Britain):

Quote: "Officers have been assisting our emergency service partners today after a man experienced a medical episode."

2018-01-10 - SOTT Earth Changes Summary for December 2017, extreme weather, planetary upheaval, meteors:

2018-01-10 - Mid-winter Arctic update as methane hits 2300+ ppb:

Quote: "They could easily change their color scale so that we could have readings of 2000, 2100, 2200 and so on, but they refuse to, because that would be disclosing too much information to the public. They do not want you to know how bad it now is."

2018-01-10 - Drought, then wildfires, and now massive mudslides hit California:

2018-01-10 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Bangkok (Thailand):

2018-01-10 - Storm dumps 18 inches of snow on Mammoth Mountain (California):

2018-01-10 - Deadly cold wave kills 40 people in 24 hours in Uttar Pradesh (India):

2018-01-10 - Bangladesh hit by coldest temperatures ever recorded since 1948:

2018-01-10 - Trump administration removes Florida from offshore drilling plans, says coasts heavily depend on tourism:

Note: Yeah, it's not like California, South Carolina, North Carolina, Maine, Massachusetts, Oregon, Washington, etc depend on coastal tourism...

2018-01-10 - Boeing unveils large octocopter drone that can carry 500 pounds:

2018-01-10 - Man found dead with puncture wound on neck in apartment in the Bronx (New York):


  1. Great report, Jonny. It's informative when an expert, like you, tells people THE FACTS, and backs them up with ACTUAL RESEARCH.

    Today, seemorerocks presents incontrovertible evidence by an expert on a subject that I've been on the fence about since it came up years ago - the only subject that Guy and I disagree on -
    chem-trails [and there's a link to his thoughts in the article, which contains 4 videos]. The expert, Dane Wigington, is interviewed in the first one ~ 71 min. long and is well worth a listen.

    Friday, 12 January 2018
    Reflections on geoengineering

    Solar radiation management –now or in the future?

    Global Reflation Is A Global Hoax

    The Baby Boomers are desperate to retire, so they believed it...

    The Idiocracy gets dumber with each passing day. Nature's way, they enter the old age home with a semblance of cognition and leave it with a semblance of nothing. This is the underlying message from the new book "Fire and Fury" - like many men his age, Trump is losing his faculties, and he reminds us of that fact every single day...

    A propos of a society steadily losing its mind, belief in the impossible is now ubiquitous, globally. Ironically, even as global Central Banks have coordinated to remove global liquidity, fools and knaves have stepped into the breach to fill the gap with their life savings. Having no clue that they've been gamed once again by con artists. 

    Getting back to the topic of fake reflation, unfortunately, under the Globalization paradigm, economic reflation is entirely impossible, because there is no middle class to reflate. Meanwhile, Central Banks raise rates at the slightest hint of wage reflation, in order to protect corporate profit margins. This is the "Zerohedge" way, also known as how to become a Third World nation: View the economy as a static trade-off between profits and wages, while ignoring long-term solvency, and aggregate revenues. [more]

    Hundreds of dead fish mysteriously wash up on beach in Adelaide, Australia

    [the clueless author hasn't read this, from yesterday]
    Scientists warn of suffocating oceans as huge dead zones quadruple since 1950

    [what's so "mysterious" about the on-going marine die-off? also, note SOTT uses this article to promote their agenda in a comment]

    [more below]

    1. Yes Tom I disagree with both Guy and Paul B. on the subject of chemtrails. Hambone too. (Although Hambone is the only one who disparages people with name calling). Dane Wigington may be wrong on some things. After all no one person is ever going to be perfectly correct, but Dane does his homework and he doesn't strike me as being a "nut" in any way.

      Besides I myself have witnessed chemtrails many times and I know the difference between a contrail and a chemtrail. I grew up watching planes flying overhead on their way to and from DFW airport. Never, ever did they make the sky overcast with high clouds after about an hour. Nor did they make checkerboard patterns, or other similar patterns. Those who don't want to believe just aren't going to believe. Just like with JJFH. Doesn't matter....believers and non-believers die just the same.

  2. Rare, venomous sea snake found on Southern California beach

    "these are pretty mellow animals" and they are unlikely to bite a person unless they are picked up.

    The 25-inch female sea snake was found by a person walking along the surf at Newport Beach. Later, a lifeguard took the animal to the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, where it was euthanized. [more; of course they killed it - it's how humanity deals with things]

    Freak dust storm engulfs Pecos, Texas – Annual migration of tumbleweeds has started

    The winds in Texas have been brutal this week. A deep trough of low pressure is digging across the Lower 48, and the jet stream is cranking. When winds gusted to 58 mph Wednesday, Jan. 10th, it sent a cloud of sand and dust into the air that made Pecos, Texas, look more like the Sahara Desert. This construction crew had some fun with the freak dust storm as they filmed it. It didn’t help matters that this particular site looks to be completely void of vegetation, which makes it a lot easier for high winds to create dust storm conditions. [more]

    Strange sky spiral in the night over Sudan

    A pair of spectacular images of an ethereal spiral in the night sky appeared on December 7, 2017. But what’s still uncertain is what created this brilliant spiral. It appeared a few hours after a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the Zuma satellite on a mystery mission for the U.S. government. Some media report that the Northrop Grumman-built Zuma spacecraft may have failed after it launched into orbit. SpaceX representatives have said their Falcon 9 rocket performed as expected during the Zuma launch. A Northrop Grumman representative said the company cannot comment on the mission due to its classified nature. [more]

    A neutron star near a black hole is pelting Earth with incredibly powerful explosions of rotating radio waves

    New work probes the extraterrestrial source of incredibly powerful explosions of radio waves, investigating why that spot is the only known location to repeatedly burst with these blasts. These repeating bursts may come from a dense stellar core called a neutron star near an extraordinarily powerful magnetic field, such as one near a massive black hole. [more]

    [continued below]

  3. Pacific Northwest salmon are in big genetic trouble

    [I wonder if the overabundance of AL being dumped in the atmosphere and washed out onto land and sea has anything to do with it?]

    Thomas D. Elias: Climate change behind coming fire insurance crisis

    Toxic Thaw Syndrome

    Melting permafrost carries unknown dangers for Arctic marine life.

    On a small island in the Beaufort Sea, brown muck slides down tall cliffs, oozes into mud pools, and slithers into the ocean. It’s summer, and the permafrost is thawing. As the sediment enters the sea, it clouds the coastal waters, releasing organic carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus. But that’s not all.

    “We find large amounts of mercury and other pollutants,” says geoscientist Hugues Lantuit. “Anything that is caught in the soils is going to enter the coastal ocean.” [more; so "YES!"]

    "The Best Implosion Ever"

    Trump is a mirror image of our society - an all-knowing vacuous Twinkie. The net result of corporate shock doctrine taken to its logical conclusion...[Morpheus holding battery pic]

    Social mood is out of control on auto-pilot self-destruct mode. Spot the cognitive dissonance: [headline]

    Today's "best and brightest" are as dumb as a fucking post. Undereducated frat boys schooled in binge drinking and socializing. Human history's largest number of sociopaths succeeded in creating a stampede of dumb money. Good job all around [more]

    Davos 2018: Bullshit Trap

    Today's global pseudo-elite will be surprised to learn that this time they're the ones who got conned. Compliments of Faux News and faux reflation...

    The reason why the Reagan tax cut spontaneously imploded is because gamblers got too excited. But not as excited as they are now. Imagine all that *free* borrowed money falling straight to the bottom line...

    Billy Gross' bear market in bonds already ended. It lasted about 24 hours...the cure for high interest rates is high interest rates... [more]

  4. News Links, January 12, 2018
    Rice Farmer

    Jeff Bezos just made more in 5 days than most Americans would in 5 lifetimes [won't matter in the near future]

    China Threatens to Quit Buying US Treasuries, Cites "Trade Tensions"

    Has China Been Quietly Selling US Treasurys: Here Is The Answer

    China just reminded the United States that Beijing is its banker

    [so much for the PHONY unemployment numbers gov't feeds us]
    Between Walmart and Kroger, 500 stores are about to ditch cashiers

    Indiana Carrier plant to lay off 215 workers on Thursday

    Walmart to shutter 63 Sam's Club locations

    IBM Layoffs 2018: 10,000 Staff Cuts in Global Technology Services (GTS)?

    Venezuela's Parliament Outlaws Maduro's Cryptocurrency

    Confusion In Korea: Ministry Of Finance Refuses To Support Cryptocurrency Trading Ban

    Cryptocurrency Bubble or new Paradigm?  When $100 billion in market cap evaporates overnight and the rise of new currencies.

    What is Bitcoin Other than a $15,000 Beanie Baby?

    To fly or not to fly? The environmental cost of air travel
    [the military doesn't care; airline companies don't care]

    Drone attack on Russian bases in Syria came from Turkish-backed rebels – MoD

    US to loosen nuclear weapons constraints and develop more 'usable' warheads

    Syria Confirms Major Israeli Attack on Damascus

    Saudi state taking control of Binladin construction giant: Report

    North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear test site showing 'significant tunneling' activity

    Pakistan Says the US Is No Longer Its Ally — and It's a Much Bigger Deal Than You Think

    Hungary's PM: "We Don't See Them As Refugees, We See Them As Muslim Invaders"

    Trump's Offshore Plan Unlikely To Spark Drilling Rush

    Federal Regulators Deal Huge Blow To The Coal Industry

    About half of new U.S. power came from renewables last year

    Bitcoin Could End Up Using More Power Than Electric Cars

    Oil price hits three-year high of nearly $70 a barrel

    Hype Meets Reality as Electric Car Dreams Run Into Metal Crunch

    Citigroup Bullish on Oil Prices Because of Trump's Wars
    In the last three and a half years, crude oil prices fell precipitously and have languished at prices rarely seen in the post-9/11 era. Citigroup analysts say they expect that to reverse in 2018, as mounting wars once again drive prices higher.

    US officials still stumped on mystery illnesses in Cuba, open
    door to 'viral' or 'ultrasound' cause

    [2nd half below]

  5. Five Spills, Six Months in Operation: Dakota Access Track Record Highlights Unavoidable Reality — Pipelines Leak

    How antidepressants are ending up in Great Lakes fish

    Pesticide Use Threatens Health in California

    Insect declines: new alarm over mayfly is 'tip of iceberg', warn experts

    When humans wage war, animals suffer too: study

    The FBI Hand Behind Russia-gate

    Highly Classified Satellite Plummeted Into Indian Ocean After SpaceX Launch, Official Confirms

    With Support From Nancy Pelosi, House Gives Trump Administration Broad Latitude to Spy on Americans [so much for "party" in politics - you get the same POLICIES either way]

    CPU bug patch saga: Antivirus tools caught with their hands in the Windows cookie jar

    World's Largest Software Development Platform...GitHub Is Down!

    How Jeff Bezos's Washington Post Became the US Military-Industrial Complex's Chief Propagandist

    Project Veritas Exposes Twitter "Shadow Banning", Blocking Opposing Views

    Google's Fact-Check Feature Targets Conservative Sites

    First France, Now Brazil Unveils Plan to Empower the Government to Censor the Internet in the Name of Stopping "Fake News"

    Israel's Netanyahu suggests law against leaked recordings

    "Cascading failures" strand thousands at flooded, frigid JFK
    Cascading failures: You ain't seen nothin' yet. -- RF

    Social Change Will Upend the Status Quo
    The nation is fragmenting because the Status Quo is failing the majority of the citizenry.

    Venezuela Oil Production Plummets To 28 Year Low Amid Chaos, Corruption

    The Swedish Government Is Warning Citizens to Be Prepared for at Least a Week Without Help

    Physically fit recruits for Army are hard to find. Especially in these states

    Retirement crisis: 37% of Gen X say they won't be able to afford to retire

    California's Brown Raises Prospect of Pension Cuts in Downturn

    Bankruptcy Looms As Sears Warns "Will Consider All Options" If New Financing Process Fails

    After Florida, More States Press US For Offshore Drilling Exemptions

    Jack in the Box CEO: Swapping cashiers for robots 'makes sense' due to minimum wage increase

    Local governments won't say what they're offering Amazon

    Trump pans immigration proposal as bringing people from 'shithole countries'

  6. "Department of Public Safety" has an Orwellian ring to it in the 21st century. You know, as in words and titles mean the exact opposite of what they seem. "Ministry of Truth", etc... Lol...

    The fine folks in Comanche County, OK got lucky that that the truck which caught on fire didn't happen AFTER yesterday's dry front came through, which had winds of 50 to 60 MPH. Because that little 5 acre fire it caused would probably still be burning and would have burned through any little town in its path. Just on the other side of the Red River a little town in North Texas burned to the ground several years ago in January from a wild fire fueled by high and dry winds.

  7. Plastics Pile Up as China Refuses to Take the West’s Recycling

    [this is one of those "supply chain" problems that indicate the global system is breaking down]

    Ever since China announced last year that it no longer wanted to be the “world’s garbage dump,” recycling about half of the globe’s plastics and paper products, Western nations have been puzzling over what to do when the ban went into effect, which it did on Jan. 1.
    The answer, to date, in Britain at least, is nothing. At least one waste disposal site in London is already seeing a buildup of plastic recyclables and has had to pay to have some of it removed.
    Similar backups have been reported in Canada, Ireland, Germany and several other European nations, while tons of rubbish is piling up in port cities like Hong Kong. [more]

    [and people wonder why there are entire plastic ISLANDS in the oceans now]

    Homes destroyed, residents missing after Calif. mudslides

    [2.25 min. video report]

    Fires and mudslides have some rethinking the California dream

    A few who live amid the usually serene beauty and year-round warmth of Santa Barbara County say nature's recent onslaughts of wildfires and mudslides have dampened their California dreams.

    For Hannah Troy, the twin blows of the Thomas Fire, which scorched parts of Santa Barbara last month in the biggest wildfire in the state's history, and this week's deadly mudslides only deepened her unease about the landscapes around her. [more]

    [I posted this topic previously]
    The world’s first major city to run out of water may have just over three months left

    It’s the height of summer in Cape Town, and the southwesternmost region of South Africa is gripped by a catastrophic water shortage. Unless the city adopts widespread rationing, the government says, the taps “will be turned off” on April 22, 2018, because there will be no more water to deliver.

    This would make Cape Town the first major city in the world to run out of water, according to Anthony Turton, a professor at the Centre for Environmental Management at the University of the Free State in South Africa, who spoke to the New York Times.
    “It’s not an impending crisis—we’re deep, deep, deep in crisis.” [sounds the same for humanity, the majority of which has no idea]The shortage is the result of a multi-year drought. [more]

    Blue Collar Betrayal: Carrier Workers Feel 'Forgotten' by Trump

    Renee Elliott waited in the rain to vote for Donald Trump because she thought he would save her job. Now, she's being laid off.

    [~ 7 min. video; take note of the relatively SMALL number of people who lost their jobs and the ripple effect it has in the community, then think about the freaking government unemployment numbers - they willfully LIE, turning many PEOPLE to just so much "dust," as the video terms it]

    [more below]

  8. Ancient China: 1,000-Year-Old Royal Palace Discovered

    Archaeologists have discovered the ruins of an ancient palace [(from caption) The Temple of Heavenly Peace in Beijing, the oldest and one of the only surviving remnants of Beijing's Liao Dynasty ] that served as the summer retreat for the elite members of the Liao Dynasty. To escape the oppressive heat, each year from mid-April to mid-July the Liao emperors would move the royal family, along with palace officials, into the mountains of what is now China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, according to Chinese state news agency Xinhua. [more]

    [this one may turn out to be JJFH material]
    Massive explosion rocks weapon depot in Syria's Latakia province

    The blast rocked the weapon depot in the town Slinfah, killing and wounding an unknown number of soldiers, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.

    Still, the causes of the blast remained murky, the Observatory added.

    Government logic: IRS paid private debt collectors $20 million to recoup $6.7 million from low-income Americans

    [here's a trend for ya]
    New Mexico governor pushing to give police full immunity for brutality committed on duty

    [what could go wrong?]

    Significant sulfur dioxide, ashfall over entire Kadovar island, P.N.G.

    The entire island of Kadovar is receiving big amounts of ash and there is now a significant sulfur dioxide gas observed in and around the island, authorities said. The gas has contaminated the western part of the nearby island of Ruprup where Kadovar residents temporarily took shelter. In addition, Ruprup's hot springs are continually heating up. [more]

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  9. Tropical Cyclone "Joyce" makes landfall near Wallal Downs, Western Australia

    Tropical Cyclone "Joyce" made landfall near Eighty Mile Beach, west of Wallal Downs in Western Australia just before 10:00 UTC on January 12, 2018 as Category 1 cyclone on the Australian tropical cyclone intensity scale. The system is expected to continue weakening as it interacts with the land but heavy rain is still expected to continue along its track over the weekend.

    Rare snowstorm hits Shikoku and Kyushu, southwestern Japan

    A rare snowstorm is affecting Shikoku and Kyushu, southwestern Japan today, January 11, 2018, causing traffic chaos throughout the region. Numerous traffic accidents were already reported and at least 9 people have been injured. Authorities are advising residents to be careful on icy roads and be alert for possible avalanches. [more]

    Pyrocumulonimbus clouds

    What are pyrocumulonimbus clouds?

    They’re a thunderstorm that forms in the smoke plume of a fire (or nuclear bomb blast, or volcanic ash cloud). In Australia they most commonly form in large and intense bushfire smoke plumes. (The official name for clouds that form this way is ‘flammagenitus‘, but they’re commonly known as pyrocumulonimbus.) [more]

    A very strong explosion witnessed at the Stromboli volcano Eolian Islands Italy

    100 years ago Spanish flu infected 500 million and killed an estimated 100 million people: Australian flu fatalities soar 77% in one week in England

    It's exactly 100 years since the Spanish flu infected 500 million and killed an estimated 100 million people around the world.
    Fast forward to 2018 and experts are worried another monster pandemic is emerging called "The Australian Flu!"

    And the caveat is, this season's flu vaccines are no match for this new virus. [more]

    As predicted yesterday another major quake! A magnitude 6.0 - 39km WSW of Pyu, Burma (Myanmar) is the second major quake of January 2018.

    Chappelle, Maher, and Me: Tim Bob’s Latest

    [~ 38.5 min. excellent mash-up video]

  10. 2 Rottweilers kill owner's elderly mom in Tamil Nadu, India

    Baby girl mauled to death by hyena in Kenya

    'You won't hear them coming' Maine's winter outdoor enthusiasts warned of attack from above

    Officials at a Maine outdoor center have warned skiers about an "aggressive dive-bombing owl" which silently attacks people who enter its territory.

    Pineland Farms took to Facebook to alert "winter outdoor enthusiasts" of an owl (most likely a Barred or Great Horned owl) that attacked a man and cut his head while skiing in the campus loop area, reports AP. [more]

    Heavy snowfall traps 430 passengers overnight on stranded train in Japan

    Lightning kills man in Zimbabwe

    Farmer killed by lightning strike in Cambodia

    Thousands of starfish wash up on beach at Edinburgh, Scotland

    Thousands of starfish wash up at Skegness, UK

    Milky Way's stellar 'rainbow' captured in stunning Hubble image

    Mystery deepens over fate of $1B missing spy satellite as Pentagon refuses to disclose information

    Seventeen dead, 24 missing and 300 trapped as California mudslide rescue continues

  11. I am with you Tom and Mike D. I agree with Dane Wigington but other than as regards the geoengineering issue I also agree with Guy Mcpherson. Interesting that Dane said in his January 6th program that we'd be lucky to make it through next year, or was it this year ! ( before the collapse of the system ) and Guy has revised his forecast from 2035 down to 10 years then recently down to imminent. Looking at what is happening in the East Siberian Arctic Shelf ( as well as all over the place as well )I am getting the feeling they are probably right. One has only to look at what is happening in one's own country and then go and scan the news to realize similar things are happening all over the world. It has been raining a lot in Antartica lately and for all sorts of reasons that I am sure you can imagine that's not a good thing. "They",the so-called experts, are not sure how anomalous this is as they say they are not that familiar with weather patterns in that part of the world. Yeh, sure. However, they do say it is worrying. Sounds worrying to me too. But why worry it won't fix anything.Got myself an Iggy and The Stooges CD just recently. Fantastic album just love it.
    Enjoy your day everyone.
    Tom N.

  12. [just to show the difference between msm headlines and "others"]
    Walmart touts $1,000 employee bonuses, but there's a catch

    [~ 3.5 min. report]

    The company announced the pay increases and bonuses on the same day that it revealed it was closing 63 Sam's Club stores.

    More than 11,000 employees are expected to lose their jobs as a result of the closures. Each Sam's Club store employs about 175 people, according to Walmart. 

    The company said late Thursday that fired employees would still be eligible for the cash bonus. 

    "Due to tax reform": Walmart employees will get peanuts for pay raises - while 1,000s of workers lose jobs amid store closings

    [so, same info, but the top one focuses on the BIG RAISE for some lucky people (who could last 20 years at Walmart?) where the SOTT headline "tells it like it is"]

    [potential banner pic here]
    Blazing transformer sparks Newark Airport evacuation, long delays

    Newark Airport has been partially evacuated after an underground transformer explosion caused a manhole to shoot flames, causing chaos for passengers. [more]

    'Heavy, yellow ice' crashes into roof of Chicago home

    "When we put the pieces together it was like a five- to six-foot piece of ice, so it was big," Scarpulla says. [more; ~ 2.5 min.]

    Mysterious 'big boom' rattles windows in eastern Minnesota

    [more below]

  13. 100 Rare parrots found dead on road in New South Wales, Australia

    [blamed on people running them over/hitting them with cars!]

    Women films vertical UFO over Mexico

    [it looks like a person, possibly using a jet pack]

    First-ever Pentagon audit, cost to soar beyond $900M

    Puerto Rico fears post-Maria murder surge: 32 homicides in 11 days

    Thirty-two people have been slain in Puerto Rico in the first 11 days of the year. This is double the number killed over the same period in 2017. If the surge proves to be more than just a temporary blip, January could be the most homicidal month on the island in at least two years, adding a dangerous new element to the island’s recovery from Hurricane Maria, its worst disaster in decades. [more]

    Volcanoes are rumbling again: Popocatepetl (Mexico), Shiveluch (Russia), Agung (Indonesia), Sinabung (Indonesia), Ebeko (Russia), Kadovar (PNG), seismic unrest at Tenorio, Irazu and Miravalles volcanoes (Costa Rica)

    After a quiet start in 2018, volcanoes are rumbling again around the world, with strong volcanic activity recorded in Russia (Shivelush and Ebeko), in Indonesia (Agung and Sinabung) and a seismic unrest measured below Tenorio, Irazu and Miravalles volcanoes 5 minutes after the M7.6 earthquake hit Honduras. [more]

    First earthquake swarm under dormant Tenorio volcano, national park closed, Costa Rica

    More than 40 earthquakes have been registered under dormant Tenorio volcano in Guanacaste, Costa Rica after a major earthquake in the Caribbean Sea on January 10, 2018. The event forced authorities to temporarily close the Tenorio Volcano National Park. This is the first known earthquake swarm under this volcano. [more]

    [here we go again, after 50 - 60 degree F weather for 2 days]
    Major ice jam flooding, snow and ice as Arctic front moves toward eastern US

    A sharp arctic frontal boundary continues moving eastward towards the eastern U.S. into this weekend impacting travel. Significant freezing rain, accumulating snow, and gusty winds producing wind chills can be expected. Ice jams have been reported from Ohio to Pennsylvania as well as severe traffic problems.

    Major flood damage was already reported in Pennsylvania today, January 12, 2018, as massive chunks of ice came in from Allegheny River in East Brady, north of Pittsburg. [more; videos]