Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Event Update For 2018-08-07

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

2018-08-07 - Unknown rotten egg odor on two days blows through Kuna (Idaho):

Quote: "Intermountain Gas has received more than 100 calls reporting a gas odor in and around Kuna, according to the Kuna Fire Department. The cause of the odor has not been determined yet. The Kuna Fire Department first received reports of the gas odor at 6 a.m. Monday. Intermountain Gas investigated and found there were no breaches or leaks in their system. By 1 p.m. Monday, the smell had gone away, but reports started again around 3 a.m. Tuesday and lasted until 11 a.m."

Quote: "Intermountain Gas technicians have responded to roughly 100 calls about a natural gas-like odor."

Quote: "In a statement issued Wednesday afternoon, The L & R Group said results from a third-party tester to determine if its facility is the source of the smell have been inconclusive. The company also said: 'While our facility does produce odors under certain conditions, we have never had any complaints of smell outside a two-mile radius of our facility. Based on historical information it is unlikely that the smell at our facility is traveling as much as twenty miles, as reported by some.'"

Note: So some people wanna blame a wastewater pond, but independent testing has been unable to verify that, and the company who owns the pond thinks that it's unlikely any odor from their pond could travel 20 miles. So, back to rotten egg odor from unknown source...

2018-08-07 - Unknown foul odor hitting Mérida, Yucatan (Mexico), near the coast:

2018-08-07 - Earth at risk of being driven into a hothouse state from which it cannot recover:

Quote: "A group of leading climate scientists warned in an article published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that the Earth is at risk of being driven into 'hothouse' state from which it cannot recover."

Note: That's not a risk, it's a certainty. Enough self-reinforcing feedbacks have ALREADY been activated that the Earth entering a hothouse state is unavoidable - we are irrelevant now, and soon enough we'll be eradicated too. Extinction incoming...

2018-08-07 - Warming Earth causing plants, trees and soil to absorb less methane:

Quote: "Trees, plants and soil play a vital role in absorbing and preventing many of the greenhouse gases responsible for global warming from entering the earth's atmosphere. But a new paper from researchers at the Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York finds that the existing effects of global warming are decreasing the soil's ability to absorb methane gas--one of the major drivers of global temperature increases--and creating a positive feedback loop between the effects of global warming and the variables that cause it."

Note: And there's yet another self-reinforcing feedback. As the world warms, the plants, trees and soil absorb less methane, so more methane accumulates in the atmosphere, which causes more warming, which causes less methane to be absorbed AND causes more methane to be released, which causes more methane to accumulate in the atmosphere, etc, etc. This is only one of the degrading methane sinks. Another big methane sink involves hydroxyl radicals in the atmosphere, and the amount of hydroxyl radicals in the atmosphere is also in decline...

2018-08-07 - Atmospheric methane levels hit a peak of 3046 ppb:

Quote: "On the morning of August 6, 2018, mean global methane levels were as high as 1896 ppb at 293 mb. More importantly, peak levels that afternoon were as high as 3046 ppb, as illustrated by the image."

Note: Methane is a lighter-than-air gas, so it tends to accumulate in the upper atmosphere, and it's highly flammable. One has to expect that to have some effect on planes...

2018-08-07 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing at coastal JFK Airport (New York):

Quote: "A plane made an emergency landing at New York's Kennedy Airport after reports of smoke in the cockpit. Officials say United Airlines Flight 4697 from Washington to Providence, Rhode Island was diverted about 2 p.m. Tuesday. About 50 people were evacuated from the twin-engine Embraer ERJ-145 regional jet and bused to a terminal."

Note: This is the 132nd aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018. In all of 2017, 116 planes came down smoking or burning or exploded, so we're already well past that count, with nearly five months to go in the year. The number of planes coming down smoking or burning is rising, even as the amount of flammable methane in the atmosphere is rising...

2018-08-07 - RV goes up in flames and kills person in Fairbanks (Alaska):

Quote: "Fairbanks emergency officials say a person died in a fire that destroyed a motorhome. The Fairbanks Fire Department just after 8 a.m. Tuesday received a 911 call about a structure fire along the Old Richardson Highway. Firefighters found an older-model motorhome in flames on the east side of the Teamsters building in south Fairbanks. The fire had spread to nearby trees. Firefighters extinguished the fire in about 10 to 15 minutes and afterward found a person dead inside."

Note: This is the 358th RV to burn/explode in 2018, and this is the 13th deadly RV fire in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Woman found dead in burning SUV along M-53 in Shelby Township (Michigan):

2018-08-07 - Metal recycling center hit by fire shortly before 5:30 AM, scrap metal burns, in East Springfield (Massachusetts):

2018-08-07 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame in Etobicoke (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, scrap cars burn, in Dundry (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Home and business destroyed by explosion and fire at 2:45 AM in Sheldon (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Reich's Roadhouse in Sheldon is destroyed after an overnight explosion. The Sheldon fire chief told News 18 the explosion happened around 2:45 a.m. Tuesday. The owners, Nick and Joey Reich, and their two young children (ages 3 and 8), lived above the restaurant. Nick told News 18 the explosion was so forceful, he was thrown across the room. Everyone was able to escape, with only Nick receiving injuries - minor burns to his hands and face."

Note: This is the 195th residential explosion in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Landfill fire breaks out in Carson City (Nevada):

2018-08-07 - Landfill fire breaks out at 6:30 AM in Kawartha Lakes (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Tire fire breaks out at 5:44 AM near railway line in Salford (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Plastic pallet factory heavily damaged by fire at 1:20 AM, firenado forms, in Swadlincote (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Coal mine rocked by explosion in Guizhou Province (China), 4 killed, 9 missing:

2018-08-07 - At least 18 major wildfires burn across California, army of 14,000 firefighters deployed:

Quote: "Firefighting costs have more than tripled from $242 million in the 2013 fiscal year to $773 million in the 2018 fiscal year that ended June 30, according to Cal Fire."

2018-08-07 - Wildfire grows to 290,692 acres on two sides of Clear Lake in Mendocino County (California):

Quote: "The largest wildfire in California's recorded history expanded to almost 300,000 acres on Tuesday, postponing the start of the school year as ash choked the air and thousands of people remained driven from their homes. The Mendocino Complex, encompassing two fires lapping the northern and western shores of Clear Lake about 80 miles northwest of Sacramento, added 17,000 acres overnight to reach 290,000 acres, authorities said."

Quote: "The blaze, dubbed the Mendocino Complex, was reported 20 percent contained on Tuesday. Its rapid growth at the same time firefighters were battling more than a dozen other major blazes around the state fanned fears that 2018 could become the worst wildfire season in California history."

2018-08-07 - Wildfire grows to 3,399 acres in Trabuco Canyon (California):

2018-08-07 - Wildfire grows to 6,169 acres near Entiat (Washington):

2018-08-07 - Wildfires have burned 397,126 acres so far this year across Idaho:

Quote: "So far this year, wildfire has burned 397,126 acres, according to the Idaho Department of Lands' running tally."

2018-08-07 - Three wildfires rage on the Big Island (Hawaii):

Quote: "On the Big Island, three brush fires continue to blaze-one on the slopes of Mauna Loa near Kapapala Forest Reserve, another in Waikoloa, and a third one in Pahala near Ka'alu'alu Road and Discovery Harbour."

2018-08-07 - Wildfire continues raging near the coast near Monchique (Portugal), homes destroyed, dozens injured:

Quote: "Almost 1,200 firefighters supported by 16 aircraft and 358 vehicles were deployed around Monchique, a town of 2,000 people about 250 kilometers (155 miles) south of Lisbon, where the blaze came within 500 meters (yards) of the local fire station. An unknown number of homes - believed to number in the dozens, according to local reports - in the forested hills have burned down."

2018-08-07 - Boat, RV and two cars destroyed by fire while parked near Spring Beach on coastal Vashon Island (Washington):

Quote: "The blaze started in an unoccupied RV and then spread to two nearby cars and a boat, all parked in a wooded area, according to Vashon Island Fire & Rescue’s Assistant Chief Bob Larsen."

Note: This is the 732nd boat/ship to burn/explode in 2018, and this is the 359th RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Two boats, truck, car, two ATVs, four motorcycles, golf cart and two buildings destroyed by fire at home in Claxton (Georgia):

Quote: "A shed fire on Mittie Strickland Road resulted in a large loss: a truck; a car; four motorcycles; two 4-wheelers; a golf cart; two boats; four boat motors; 12 guns; a tool box full of tools; pressure washer; and a generator. An additional structure measuring 24 feet by 24 feet was also destroyed."

2018-08-07 - Boat explodes and burns on Big Turtle Lake near Bigfork (Minnesota), 2 kids blown into the water, 3 injured:

2018-08-07 - Boat bursts into flame at home, fire spreads to garage, in Riverside (California):

Quote: "A fire near downtown Riverside Tuesday, Aug. 7, jumped from a boat to the garage, setting off stored ammunition inside, the city’s fire department reported."

2018-08-07 - Yacht 'Maatje Johanna' bursts into flame near coastal Oudeschild (Netherlands):

Quote: "In the afternoon of Aug 7, 2018, the engine room of the 'Maatje Johanna' caught fire off the port entrance Oudeschild. The fire brigade from Texel and the KNRM were alerted to the ship, and the lifeboat 'Cornelis Dito' from Oudeschild jointly with the boat from Den Helder carried the rescue forces to the vessel."

Note: These are the 733rd, 734th, 735th, 736th and 737th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on the A2 in tunnel in Canton Ticino (Switzerland):

Quote: "Swiss police say a transporter carrying cars has caught fire and burned out in an Alpine road tunnel. No one was injured, but the blaze caused the closure of a major north-south route. Police in Ticino canton (state) said the truck-trailer caught fire Tuesday morning in the Piottino tunnel on the A2 highway. The vehicle and the seven cars it was carrying burned out."

2018-08-07 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on Lamledge Lane in Shifnal (Britain):

Note: These are the 56th and 57th car-haulers to burn in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on street in Port Everglades (Florida):

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6 AM on the M5 in Kingsgrove (Australia):

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A525 in Llandegla (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at business in Middleton (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor bursts into flame on Lodes Lane in Kingston St Mary, Taunton (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame, ignites field fire, on Ash Road in Stoke St Mary, Taunton (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near the A354 in Milborne St Andrew (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame on Loose Gate Road in Moulton Seas End (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame on Wood Lane in Tugby (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame on Marsh Lane in Barrow-upon-Humber (Britain), 1 mile from the coast:

Quote: "Marsh Lane, Barrow Upon Humber. Tue 7 Aug 2018 18:49 (No:17508) Combine harvester involved in fire. Dry powder extinguisher in use by owner prior to arrival of Fire Service. Crews used one hose reel and Thermal Image Camera for inspection."

Note: These are the 1707th-1718th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Kemsdale Road in Hernhill (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Sanitation truck bursts into flame on Highway 400 in Barrie (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Box truck bursts into flame on the A1 near Ripon (Britain):

Quote: "A1 N J40 – 51 Time of call: 16:53 Crews from Ripon and Northallerton were called to a LGV trailer that had a fire to the rear wheels. This fire was out on our arrival and the crews used a hose reel jet to dampen down the area. This was caused by a mechanical fault."

2018-08-07 - RV bursts into flame at 4:56 AM while parked at home, fire spreads, two homes heavily damaged, in Cape Girardeau (Missouri):

2018-08-07 - RV bursts into flame on Mashapaug Road in Holland (Massachusetts):

Note: These are the 360th and 361st RVs to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-08-07 - Van and motorcycle destroyed by fire at 11:33 PM on Chestnut Close in Stony Stratford (Britain):

Quote: "Tuesday 7 August, 11.33pm Van and motorbike destroyed by fire, Chestnut Close, Stony Stratford. One appliance and crew from Great Holm attended. Firefighters used one hose reel, one set of breathing apparatus and a toolkit."

2018-08-07 - Van bursts into flame in Knaresborough (Britain):

Quote: "Knaresborough - Time of call 11:22 Fire crews from Knaresborough responded to a van fire involving a Nissan. The cause of fire is believed to be an electrical fault. Crews extinguished fire using two breathing apparatus and two hose reel jets."

2018-08-07 - SUV bursts into flame on bridge to coastal Ocean City (New Jersey):

2018-08-07 - SUV bursts into flame on Route 138 in coastal Wall (New Jersey):

2018-08-07 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in Duncan (Oklahoma):

2018-08-07 - Four cars go up in flames while parked in impound yard in Haverford (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "According to Viola, the officer was inside his patrol car across the street in the parking lot of the YMCA when he spotted smoke and a glow in the sky. He went over and found numerous cars that were on fire inside their impound yard."

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame while parked in carpark at airport in coastal Portland (Maine):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame at the Sunset Mall in San Angelo (Texas):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame near Thunderbird Park on Tamborine Mountain (Australia):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame on Ernesettle Lane in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame on Waters Green near train station in Macclesfield (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M27 near Eastleigh (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame on the A38 near Derby (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Car bursts into flame in Kirk Deighton (Britain):

Quote: "Kirk Deighton. - Time of call 13:44 Harrogate fire crews responded to a car on fire caused by an electrical fault. Car was totally destroyed. Crews used one breathing apparatus and a 45mm jet."

2018-08-07 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-10 near Scott (Louisiana):

2018-08-07 - ATV bursts into flame on road near Colyton (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Lawn mower bursts into flame inside garage at home, fire spreads, garage destroyed, in Delmar (Maryland):

2018-08-07 - RV trailer bursts into flame at 12:30 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Phelps (New York):

2018-08-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at fairy farm in Hobart (Wisconsin), 20 cows killed, owner has heart attack:

Quote: "Crews say that the owner also suffered from a heart attack and was sent to the hospital."

2018-08-07 - Barn destroyed by fire shortly after midnight in Lower Chanceford Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-08-07 - AC unit bursts into flame at 1:30 AM at home, fire spreads to home, in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2018-08-07 - AC unit bursts into flame shortly after 3 AM, fire spreads, home heavily damaged, in coastal Monument Beach (Massachusetts):

2018-08-07 - Shipping container bursts into flame, fire spreads to two cars in carpark, in Tilehurst (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Moving and storage business destroyed by fire in Mena (Arkansas):

2018-08-07 - Church heavily damaged by fire in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2018-08-07 - Home damaged by fire at 1 AM in Bellefontaine (Missouri):

2018-08-07 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2018-08-07 - Home damaged by fire at 5:14 AM in coastal Mastic Beach (New York):

2018-08-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire shortly after 3:30 AM in coastal Miami (Florida):

2018-08-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:30 AM near the Mississippi River in East St. Louis (Illinois):

2018-08-07 - Home destroyed by fire at 4 AM in Fenton (Missouri):

2018-08-07 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:05 AM in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2018-08-07 - Nine homes go up in flames along railroad tracks in Siegburg (Germany), dozens injured:

2018-08-07 - Duplex heavily damaged by basement fire in Manor Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-08-07 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Leisure Lake Drive in Warner Robins (Georgia):

2018-08-07 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:45 AM in Lincolnton (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Deadly fire destroys home in coastal Vancouver (Canada), 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Deadly fire burns apartment building at 2 AM in Hopkinsville (Kentucky), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-08-07 - Vacant home burns at 11:30 PM in Dayton (Ohio):

Quote: "One firefighter was taken to Miami Valley Hospital as a precaution after he experienced dizziness."

2018-08-07 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 6 AM in Augusta (Georgia):

2018-08-07 - Three vacant homes go up in flames between 2 AM and 5 AM in Blytheville (Arkansas):

2018-08-07 - Vacant home destroyed by fire before 3 AM, fire spreads to nearby homes, in Memphis (Tennessee):

2018-08-07 - Seabirds dying and moving closer to shore along the coast of Alaska:

Quote: "Beginning in May, wildlife officials began receiving reports of dead and dying seabirds from the northern Bering and southern Chukchi seas, including in the vicinity of the Western Arctic National Parklands. National Park Service investigators found 100 carcasses in a 4-kilometer stretch of beach in late June, most of which were murres along the coast of the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. Although, investigators say other species were found there and in Cape Krusenstern National Monument. Scientists say the culprit is starvation-- but they don't know why. There has been no evidence of disease, and tests are pending to determine if birds were exposed to harmful algal toxins."

Quote: "The post says Northern Fulmars are appearing unhealthy, and the Common Murres are going closer to shore than usual. Off the coast of Katmai and Kenai Fjords National Parks, scientists are seeing the Fork-Tailed Storm Petrels unusually close to shore in large numbers. A July 8 report shows large numbers of the Storm Petrels feeding in abnormally shallow water. Two days later, a report showed the number of birds in the area was much less, and instead, there were carcasses."

2018-08-07 - Three deep-diving beaked whales wash ashore dead on the western coast of Ireland:

2018-08-07 - Dolphin washes ashore dead on coastal Deer Island (Mississippi):

2018-08-07 - Whale shark washes ashore dead at beach in Tagum City (Philippine Islands):

2018-08-07 - Hundreds of fish found dead in the Snake River in American Falls (Idaho):

2018-08-07 - Hundreds of thousands of fish wash ashore dead in coastal Seaford (Britain):

Quote: "Visitors to Seaford described the sight as 'odd' and 'scary' and said they had never seen anything like it."

2018-08-07 - Thousands of fish found dead in river in Punjab (India):

2018-08-07 - Hundreds of fish found dead off the coast of Bundoran (Ireland):

2018-08-07 - Thousands of fish found dead in Badger Hole Reservoir (China):

2018-08-07 - Boy, 14, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at apartments in Phoenix (Arizona):

2018-08-07 - Man, 50s or 60s, drops dead near grocery store in Tempe (Arizona):

Note: Tempe is just east of Phoenix, where that boy died after being pulled from a swimming pool. A girl, 11, just died after being pulled from a swimming pool in Tempe too, mentioned in the 2018-08-06 update...

2018-08-07 - Boy, 16 or 17, found dead in the water in quarry in Westford (Massachusetts):

2018-08-07 - Man, 45, dies after being pulled from the water at beach in coastal North Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

2018-08-07 - Man, 20 found dead with submerged motorcycle in retention pond in coastal St Augustine (Florida):

2018-08-07 - Man, 37, found dead in Lake Down in Windermere (Florida):

2018-08-07 - Man, 42, found dead in Stillhouse Hollow Lake (Texas):

2018-08-07 - Person found dead in Snyder Bend Lake near Salix (Iowa), empty 'ghost canoe' found first:

2018-08-07 - Person found dead in the Hudson River near boat ramp in Albany (New York):

2018-08-07 - Man, 48, has 'medical issue' at 2:45 AM and slumps over dead while driving, truck hits tree, in The Dalles (Oregon):

Quote: "A 48-year-old Fairview man is believed to have died of a medical issue before his truck and trailer crashed into trees on West 6th in The Dalles early Tuesday morning."

Note: The Dalles is located along the banks of the Columbia River...

2018-08-07 - Person slumps over dead in truck while making delivery at site of wildfire in Nanaimo Lakes near coastal Nanaimo (Canada):

Quote: "'The worker was not a firefighter. Early information indicates the worker was making a delivery to forest wildfire fighters,' said Trish Knight Chernecki, a WorkSafe B.C. spokeswoman. She said a WorkSafe investigator was sent to the scene. Knight Chernecki said the death was not related to a crash, but could not give further details, including the person’s name, age and gender. The B.C. Wildfire Service confirmed there was a 'medical incident' at the fire overnight on Monday."

2018-08-07 - Man, 38, dies in the Muskova River in Bracebridge (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Woman, 18, found dead in lake near Cobden (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Person found dead near high school in coastal Darwin (Australia):

2018-08-07 - Man found dead in lagoon in coastal Milnerton (South Africa):

2018-08-07 - Man, 20s or 30s, found dead before 6 AM at bus station in Taunton (Britain):

2018-08-07 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane makes emergency landing in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

Quote: "A flight was diverted to Dublin Airport with a medical emergency this morning."

2018-08-07 - Man, 62, strokes out on fishing ship near coastal San Diego (California):

Quote: "The Coast Guard Tuesday rescued a 62-year-old man from a fishing boat 72 miles off the coast of San Diego. The crew of the 95-foot boat, called the ‘Oceanside 95,” called the Coast Guard around 11:30 a.m. requesting assistance for a passenger experiencing symptoms of a stroke."

2018-08-07 - Man, 25, has 'medical issue', car crashes into train, in Alliance (Ohio), 1 injured:

Quote: "The driver of a car was taken to the hospital after a collision with a train in Alliance on Tuesday afternoon. Police report that a 25-year-old man from Louisville apparently suffered a medical issue before the collision, which happened around 3:30PM at a crossing near Union Avenue and State Route 225."

2018-08-07 - Woman, 38, has 'medical emergency', car crashes into marshy area, in Marcellus Township (Michigan), 1 injured:

Quote: "Deputies were called to the scene after the driver, Laura Burnett, 38, of Marcellus, suffered a medical emergency while driving, according to a Cass County Sheriff's news release. Barnett lost control of her vehicle and crashed into a marshy area off of Waterstradt Street."

Quote: "She was taken to Three Rivers Health hospital for treatment."

2018-08-07 - Driver has 'medical emergency', car slams into pole, in Islip (New York), 1 injured:

Quote: "According to the department, it is believed the driver suffered a possible medical emergency leading to the crash. The driver was transported to Southside Hospital in Bay Shore for treatment of apparent non-life-threatening injuries."

2018-08-07 - Tanker truck overturns near creek in Chambersburg (Pennsylvania):

2018-08-07 - Two tractor trailers collide head-on, in Copiah County (Mississippi), 2 killed:

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer veers off road just before 5 AM, crashes into trees, on I-80 in Knowlton Township (New Jersey), 1 killed:

Quote: "It was not immediately clear why the crash happened or if there were a medical incident beforehand."

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer crashes into state patrol vehicle and car then overturns, on I-95 in North East (Maryland), 1 killed:

Note: The fatality was the big rig driver. Hard to believe that the collision killed him. A semi would mow down a couple of stopped cars and barely feel it. You see head-on collisions all the time these days where a car hits a semi head-on and the driver of the car dies and the semi driver isn't even hurt. So this driver may have been having a 'medical event' or was possibly already dead before his truck hit these cars...

2018-08-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on the Florida Turnpike in Miramar (Florida), 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Car veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, in Hartley County (Texas), 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Car veers off road, crashes into parked car, in Pontypridd (Britain), 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Car veers off road shortly before 1:30 AM, crashes into ditch, in Dilworth (Minnesota), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police Chief Ty Sharpe says the 50-year-old driver may have had a medical issue."

2018-08-07 - Car veers off road at 2 AM, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Orchard Park (New York), 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Naked man, 42, with a gun has 'medical episode' and is arrested at 5:27 AM in coastal Exmouth (Britain):

Quote: "The 42-year-old man suffered a medical episode. Officers took him to hospital as a precaution."

2018-08-07 - Jellyfish sting 150+ people at beaches in coastal Mumbai (India):

2018-08-07 - Sinkhole opens on Union Pacific tracks in Van Zandt County (Texas):

2018-08-07 - Sinkhole opens on Route 30 in East Lampeter Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-08-07 - Two buildings collapse into canal in Bengal (India):

2018-08-07 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens and swallows pickup truck, in Worcester (Massachusetts):

2018-08-07 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens and swallows car, in Toronto (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Boy, 16, has 'medical emergency' and loses consciousness while diving off coastal Long Key (Florida):

Quote: "A 16-year-old boy scuba diving off Long Key suffered an unknown medical emergency and became unresponsive Tuesday morning."

2018-08-07 - Boy, 17, has 'medical emergency' on hike near Three Creek Lake near Bend (Oregon):

Quote: "A 17-year-old from Washington state suffered a serious medical emergency during a hike near Three Creek Lake west of Bend on Tuesday, prompting a rescue effort and an air ambulance flight to St. Charles Bend, authorities said."

2018-08-07 - Ice continues disappearing in the Arctic:

Note: From 17,000 cubic kilometers in 1980 to around 4,500 cubic kilometers now, so about 70% gone, though with the 90F+ temps in the Arctic this year, we may see that the ice volume has taken a huge hit this year. In any case, it's mostly gone and the trend obviously ends with it all gone, and then all hell will break loose...

2018-08-07 - Heatwave continues broiling Japan:

Quote: "More than 70,000 people have been taken to hospitals across Japan since late April with symptoms of heatstroke. The Fire and Disaster Management Agency says the number is the largest on record for a single year. The Agency says 71,266 people were rushed to hospital between the end of April and last Sunday. The number is nearly double that of a similar period last year."

2018-08-07 - July the hottest ever recorded in Sydney (Australia):

2018-08-07 - Volcano Kilauea eruption destroying roads and trails in parts of Hawaii:

Quote: "Although seismicity decreased over the weekend, frequent tremors over the past 30 days (more than 18,000) have caused damage throughout the Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Much of the Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park has been closed three months due to hazards caused by seismic activity released by energy from collapse events at the summit of Kilauea Volcano. Park rangers say those magnitude 5.0 and higher riddle Highway 11, other park roads, overlooks and trails with dangerous sink holes and cracks."

2018-08-07 - North America's first EF-4 tornado of the year strikes Manitoba (Canada):

2018-08-07 - Destructive flood risk in the US West could triple when climate change left unchecked:

2018-08-07 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Hesse (Germany):

2018-08-07 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Bankura (India), 50 homes destroyed, 1 killed:

2018-08-07 - Climate change omitted from list of White House research and development priorities:

2018-08-07 - Woman helps man short on cash at gas station, finds out it's Keith Urban, in Medford (New Jersey):

2018-08-07 - US Navy wants to fire a slime cannon at boats to stop them escaping:


  1. All indications point to near term extinction. Soon (probably within a few years) people will realize where this is heading, and chaos will begin. Many will cease working as emergencies pile up in neighborhoods and entire regions (from drought, flooding, fire, H2S, etc) causing the economy to falter (before crashing). These will include critically needed fire-fighters, nurses and doctors, police and nuclear plant workers. Trash & garbage pick-ups will be curtailed or ended entirely, food delivery services will be interrupted (before ceasing), and local, state and federal government will be unable to cope with the rapid pace of collapse. Even the military will see large scale desertion as the crises mount.

    This will happen in most countries experiencing climate-related troubles (from earthquakes, volcanos, wildfires, tornados, heat waves, blizzards, hurricanes or typhoons, tsunamis, drought, landslides, flooding, etc.) including food shortages, water contamination and shortages, crop failure, mass animal deaths including livestock, poultry and marine life. As infrastructure becomes non-functioning (sewer and water treatment and delivery, bridge and roadway collapses, dam breaches and failures, permanent electrical failure, etc) the rate of change will overwhelm vast areas. Economic activity will practically cease. We'll see mass suicides (cars in closed garages are great vehicles for that - no pun intended), bedlam on the streets, and humanity will turn on itself as despair leads to desperation and finally self termination. It's looking rather bleak now, but it will get far worse.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 8.8.18 This Heat Wave In LA Was So Bad, It Burned Leaves Off The Trees [~ 33 min.]

    [from a few days ago]
    Image of the Day: Satellite view of smoke plumes towering over California, 6 August 2018

    “Many of the larger fires in California have produced pyrocumulus clouds on an almost daily basis,” said Scott Bachmeier, a research meteorologist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “While much of the smoke is being ejected to high altitudes and transported eastward across the Lower 48 states, some of it has been confined to the boundary layer, reducing visibility and affecting air quality near the fires.” [more]

    [more below]

  2. [now let's compare]
    Thursday, 9 August 2018
    Lies, lies and statistics - reported temperatures in Lower Hutt

    How the weather service lies about daily temperatures

    Mid-winter in Lower Hutt, New Zealand - Why OFFICIAL temperatures diverge so much from actual ones

    What I have noticed and have been recording is how daily temperatures have been warmer than that reported by Metservice. In particular the minimum temperatures have been much warmer than what one would “expect” and what has been reported on the internet. [more]

    [to this]
    Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Record heat 2018 exaggerated and here's why

    Global temperatures are registering 0.32C above the 30 year average so in my opinion it is a full push to control the narrative and keep the CO2 myth going as global crop yields decline and food prices rise. Powers that be don't want you to know that this is a 20 year event of cooling, you may panic and pull your funds out of the banks and markets. The mis-truths will be pushed until the end. [more]

    [Okay, who has the "agenda" and is exaggerating or outright lying?]

    Tim Bob: McPherson’s Paradox

    [two pictures of the same place 2 years apart]
    Drought affected Tamworth, Australia

    Climate Cast with Margo - August 8, 2018 [~ 109 min.; link to you-tube video provided]

    Margo goes over the latest in melting Arctic sea ice, global methane, sulfur dioxide, ozone, carbon dioxide levels and much more.
    [more; Scribbler episode there too, if interested]

    Sane Progressive asks questions about the California wildfire
    It is TIME to have a honest discussion about California wildfires. Questioning and reason are not tin foil hat [~ 63.5 min. video]

    This is RIDICULOUS. Incinerated houses and intact foliage and trees. Not an anomaly of one or two, but CONSISTENT footage with intact foliage ringing neighborhoods and incinerated houses as islands. THIS. IS. NOT. WHAT. A. WILDFIRE. LOOKS. LIKE. I will post additional videos in the comments for your review and that is the BEST way to approach this subject. Foliage burns in wildfires. It is the fuel that spreads them. To those who say trees are wet and don't burn, uhm...the media is telling you red flag conditions exist with foliage being tinder dry to be favorable for vegetation fires. If the foliage was wet and didn't burn, you wouldn't have a wildfire to begin with - And, to those who say that embers can go miles...uhm...yes, an ember could travel and start a burn but it would need HUGE FUEL to burn as to incinerate toilets and sinks and melt cars and besides...why are the embers not hitting the trees and foliage in the neighborhoods and only houses? What I hear is excuses that don't actually address what we are seeing...

    ---Sane Progressive

  3. Some very large nefarious shit is going down. After viewing that video of the CA fires - as we saw in prior ones - a valid case is being made that DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS are being used against the people in CA whose properties stand in the way of an enormously expensive dam building project ushered in by the former governor before he left office. We're talking deep state people here. They have advanced weapons that can direct energy where ever (and don't look now, but the Terminator robots and killer drones will be coming shortly). THEY KNOW IT'S OVER. They just don't know how soon it'll happen and are pulling the trigger on various projects to decimate the population, extract all the available resources to sell them back to the slaves that remain, and eliminate anyone who gets in their way. They don't WANT any president to be able to "get anything done" for the masses, because they want it all NOW.

    Those "firenados?" They're ENERGY BEAMS that create that swirling vortex. When the ground is tested after the event is over - it comes back higher in radiation than before. They've been perfecting these weapons since science fiction stories. They control the weather to a certain extent. For example there are videos showing man-made hurricanes, earthquakes and rain.

    The CA fires? PG & E IS behind a lot of them! Veteran fire-fighters have stated they've never seen fires like the ones the past few years. The connection - chemtrails. All that powdered AL etc they've been sprinkling for years act as accelerants on the trees and ground. Insurance companies abandoning the area? Who do you think owns them (along with the media)? Also the wind went from light to ~ 10 mph all day, to suddenly 80 miles an hour for 2 hours, then back to the background rate. That guy who was supposedly "caught" with Fa(r)cebook posts proclaiming "this place is gonna burn?" Yeah, PATSY, FALL GUY, BAG HOLDER. Same as PG & E who are just the "engineers" combined with the military to "get 'er done." So they may have to pay some money for damages where it can be shown that their equipment failed, causing the fires. Big deal - it's chump change compared to what's rolling down the pipeline in a black op on CA.

    This is just an example of how evil it all is - with respect to religions, governments, militaries and media -and how bad it's going to get real soon, because like climate change, how can you fight it?

    [example of opinions flying around the internet]

  4. Flood, landslips kill 22 across Kerala, India

    At least 20 people lost their life due to heavy rain and landslides in Kerala today. The state is hit by heavy rains and the rivers are flowing above the danger mark at many dams. As part of precautionary measure the arrival operations at the Cochin International Airport have also been stopped. According to reports flood gates of 22 dams have also been opened and warning have been issued in several districts. [more]

    Flash floods cause bridges and houses to collapse, mud rivers to flow in Turkey

    [weather warfare?]

    At least 100 dead birds found in Oklahoma City

    [when I think of OK I have Fran in mind; Texas - Mike D., MO - Jonny;
    Australia - LL; NZ - Tom N.]

    Dead whale shark found on Sanibel Island, Florida

    Flood death toll reaches 76 in Assam, India - 90,000 still affected

    [as MrMBB333 has shown]
    Saharan dust causes orange haze above Southwest Florida

    Expect the dust to stick around for the next few days as a huge plume of it sweeps across the Caribbean and into the Gulf of Mexico through the weekend. [more; and lots more where THAT came from]

    [uhm . . this ain't good]
    Shallow M5.8 earthquake strikes Greenland sea, followed by M4.6

    New shallow 6.2 magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia's Lombok as death toll from first tremor tops 300

    Australia's most populous state suffering worst drought in more than 50 years

    Australia's most populous state is now "100 percent" in drought following the most intense dry spell in more than 50 years.

    New South Wales officials released figures on Wednesday showing that every part of the state is affected, with almost one-quarter classified as being in "intense drought". [more; that's roughly the size of Kentucky and Texas combined]

  5. Deaths of three wild horses this summer on North Carolina's Outer Banks leaves experts shaken

    The causes have varied, leaving experts at a loss on what's to blame.

    'Alien craft' discovered at the Bermuda Triangle using maps made NASA astronaut

    A treasure-hunter exploring the depths of the Bermuda Triangle using a secret map made by NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper in space has made a mysterious discovery which he claims may prove the region was visited by aliens. [more]

    Shark bites Texas beachgoer, who is rushed to hospital

    The 42-year-old beachgoer was near Crystal Beach on Bolivar Island when the attack happened. [more]

    CHEMTRAILS - POLICE die for us 2025 - OMNICIDE
    [~ 5.5 min. video]