Monday, September 17, 2018

Event Update For 2018-09-16

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

2018-09-16 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing in Zagreb (Croatia):

Note: This is the 152nd aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-09-16 - Four fire trucks and fire station destroyed by fire in Macclesfield (North Carolina):

2018-09-16 - Hoverboard bursts into flame inside apartment, fire spreads to apartment, in Bethesda (Maryland):

2018-09-16 - Construction company warehouse destroyed by huge fire at 2 AM near coastal St. John’s (Canada):

2018-09-16 - Trash chute fire breaks out at apartment building on Torpoint Drive in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Torpoint Drive, Hull. Sun 16 Sep 2018 13:15 (No:20818) Fire in rubbish chute on ground floor of block of flats. One hose reel, one BA in use. Crew carried out natural ventilation of smoke on sixth floor.'

2018-09-16 - Baltic Sea is up to 3-4 °C warmer than average right now:

2018-09-16 - Typhoon Mangkhut roars into Hong Kong and Southern China, death toll rises to 65+ in the Philippines:

Quote: "Mangkhut earlier lashed the Philippines, sparking landslides and building collapses that killed at least 65 people, with another 43 missing. Authorities reported four deaths from falling trees and building materials in Guangdong, China’s manufacturing hub."

2018-09-16 - Catastrophic flooding hits the Carolinas after Florence, death toll rises to 17+, Wilmington cut off, coal ash landfill collapses:

Quote: "Catastrophic flooding from Florence spread across the Carolinas on Sunday, with roads to Wilmington cut off by the epic deluge and muddy river water swamping entire neighborhoods miles inland. 'The risk to life is rising with the angry waters,' Gov. Roy Cooper declared as the storm's death toll climbed to 17."

2018-09-16 - Climate and Extreme Weather News #136, September 9th-16th, 2018:

2018-09-16 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 6 AM in Lamar County (Texas):

Note: This is the 256th residential explosions in 2018...

2018-09-16 - Wildfire breaks out and grows quickly to 1,832 acres in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness northwest of Walden (Colorado):

2018-09-16 - Wildfire grows to 11,405 acres near Kremmling (Colorado):

2018-09-16 - Brush fire breaks out in or near Palomino Valley (Nevada):

2018-09-16 - Three boats and dock destroyed by fire on Lake Minnetonka (Minnesota):

Quote: "The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office says a recreational boat caught fire on the bay. Everyone on board was able to get off the boat safely. The boat drifted into a dock that had two other recreational boats. All three boats and the dock were destroyed in the fire."

2018-09-16 - Three boats go up in flames at business in Belle Isle (Florida):

Quote: "A boat was engulfed by flames at a business in Belle Isle, officials with Orange County Fire Rescue said. Three boats were damaged during the blaze on Orange Avenue Sunday night."

Note: These are the 851st, 852nd, 853rd, 854th, 855th and 856th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-09-16 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street near coastal Agassaim (India):

2018-09-16 - Trolley bus bursts into flame on street in Kiev (Ukraine):

Note: These are the 536th and 537th buses to burn in 2018...

2018-09-16 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-15 in Millard County (Utah):

Quote: "A semi hauling several cars caught fire Sunday morning, destroying every car and spreading to the hillside."

Note: This is the 68th car-hauler to burn in 2018. In 2017, 67 car-haulers burned, the 67th and last of the year mentioned in the 2017-12-29 update...

2018-09-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 near Silverthorne (Colorado):

Note: These are the 2005th and 2006th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-09-16 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on I-390 near West Sparta (New York):

2018-09-16 - SUV bursts into flame on Black Horse Pike in coastal Egg Harbor Township (New Jersey):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame at 12:56 AM while parked at home on Golden Gate Ave SE in Alexandria Township (Minnesota):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame at 6:30 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), two other fires too:

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame on Route 611 Bypass in Doylestown (Pennsylvania):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame on I-81 near Spring Mills (West Virginia):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on Highway 18 near Crestline (California):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on Highway 166 in New Cuyama (California):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame just before 5 AM on Sequoyah Access Road near Soddy Daisy (Tennessee):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame on the Barton Highway in Belconnen (Australia):

2018-09-16 - Car bursts into flame at cemetery on Hinwood Road in Westbury (Britain):

2018-09-16 - Vehicle bursts into flame at duplex, fire spreads to garage, in Gardnerville Ranchos (Nevada):

2018-09-16 - Vehicle bursts into flame near the Brook Street Roundabout in Brentwood (Britain):

2018-09-16 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at gas station in Tamil Nadu (India), 1 injured:

Quote: "According to news agency ANI, the biker suffered severe burn injuries and was rushed to a nearby hospital following the incident."

2018-09-16 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on the A41 near Prees Higher Heath (Britain):

2018-09-16 - Car and home destroyed by fire, brush fire ignites, near Dinsmore (California):

Quote: "According to scanner reports, the house and a car burned to the ground."

2018-09-16 - Vehicle and home destroyed by fire at 2:15 AM near Bloomington (Illinois):

Quote: "Rosencrans said the fire was limited to the home and one vehicle while the farm was unscathed. He estimates the damage will top $1 million."

2018-09-16 - Pickup truck and garage destroyed by fire at home in Orange (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The fire was put out, causing minimal damage to the house, but completely destroying the garage and a pickup truck."

2018-09-16 - Two barns destroyed by fire at 12:28 AM in Wolvey (Britain):

2018-09-16 - Around 500 large bales of hay go up in flames on Highwood Lane in Kirkburton (Britain):

2018-09-16 - Traffic switchbox bursts into flame along street in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

2018-09-16 - Landscaping company garage goes up in flames along the shore of Lake Hopatcong in Jefferson Township (New Jersey):

2018-09-16 - Strip mall heavily damaged by fire at 1:40 AM in Voorhees (New Jersey):

2018-09-16 - Business heavily damaged by fire in coastal Stratford (Connecticut), nobody there:

2018-09-16 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire in Fresno (California):

2018-09-16 - Market heavily damaged by massive fire in the wee hours, hundreds of shops destroyed, in Kolkata (India):

Quote: "No casualty has been reported yet, but hundreds of shops in the area have been gutted."

2018-09-16 - Mobile home damaged by fire in coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

2018-09-16 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire at 2 AM in Haines City (Florida), cat killed:

2018-09-16 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 4:45 AM in Germantown area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2018-09-16 - Home destroyed by fire just before 4 AM in Oxford Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-09-16 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Mims (Florida), nobody there:

2018-09-16 - Home destroyed by fire in Collinsville (Virginia), nobody there:

2018-09-16 - Home destroyed by fire at 5:14 AM in coastal Elkton (Maryland), nobody there:

2018-09-16 - Home destroyed by fire in Hudson (New Hampshire):

2018-09-16 - Multi-family home damaged by fire just before 5 AM in Kelso (Washington):

2018-09-16 - Fourplex apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 12:30 AM in Harvey (Louisiana):

2018-09-16 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Shawnee (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Firefighters say explosions seen on camera may have come from air conditioning units."

2018-09-16 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Lawrence (Massachusetts):

2018-09-16 - Condo building heavily damaged by fire in coastal Revere (Massachusetts):

2018-09-16 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at 12:45 AM in Pomona Park (Florida), 2 killed:

2018-09-16 - Deadly fire burns apartment building near Des Plaines (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-09-16 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in Toledo (Ohio), 1 killed:

2018-09-16 - Vacant home burns in Parsonsburg (Maryland):

2018-09-16 - Vacant home burns shortly before 2 AM in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2018-09-16 - Vacant hospital burns in coastal East Lothian (Scotland):

2018-09-16 - Infant found dead at home in Maple Heights (Ohio):

Quote: "Investigators said they don't think foul play was a role in the child's death."

2018-09-16 - Boy, 8, collapses in playground at school, dies shortly later, in The Colony (Texas), 1 mile from Lewisville Lake:

Quote: "Landon Holland was found unconscious Saturday on the playground outside Peters Colony Elementary School. He was pronounced dead after being rushed to the hospital."

2018-09-16 - Man, 40, found dead in Lake Minnetonka (Minnesota), empty 'ghost boat' found circling first:

Quote: "Authorities first learned something was amiss when a lakeside resident spotted a boat, with no one onboard, doing doughnuts, spinning in Cruiser's Cove, which is a popular bay where boaters tie up."

2018-09-16 - Man, 23, found dead in ditch or canal in Galesburg (Illinois):

2018-09-16 - Man, 74, has 'medical event' on climbing course, sits down and dies, in Telluride (Colorado):

Quote: "A 74-year-old man from Grand Junction died after suffering a medical event while climbing Telluride’s Via Ferrata, the San Miguel Sheriff’s Office said Sunday. It happened Saturday afternoon in Telluride, according to a press release from the sheriff’s office. The man and his step-daughter completed a part of the climbing course when he sat down and became unresponsive, the sheriff’s office said."

2018-09-16 - Man, 20, found dead with submerged pickup truck in Norris Lake in Caryville (Tennessee):

2018-09-16 - Middle-aged man found dead in Merrimack (New Hampshire):

2018-09-16 - Man, 61, found dead beneath bridge in Sioux City (Iowa):

2018-09-16 - Man, 66, found dead in the Sea of Galilee (Israel):

Quote: "Moshe Shamir of Tel Aviv was competing in a swimming contest on Saturday when he disappeared..."

2018-09-16 - Man, 25 to 30, drops dead on street in Moti Nagar, Delhi (India):

2018-09-16 - Man, 36, found dead in canal in Vadodara (India):

2018-09-16 - Boy, 15, found dead in pond in Kano (Nigeria):

2018-09-16 - Man, 44, dies after being medevac'd from ferry ship near coastal Paros (Greece):

Quote: "In the evening of Sep 15, 2018, the 'Blue Star Patmos' diverted from its scheduled route Piraeus-Astypalea -Kalymnos -Kos -Nisyros -Tilos -Rodos to Paros due to an extraordinary serious health incident of a 44-year-old passenger. When the ship arrived at the port, the 44-year-old was taken by an ambulance of the EKAB and then followed a flight to the General Hospital of Nicaea, where the 44-year-old man died."

2018-09-16 - Deputy, man, has 'medical issue', police car crashes into used car lot, in Mechanicsville (Maryland), 1 injured:

Quote: "Douglas was transported to a local trauma center with incapacitating injuries. At this time it appears Douglas suffered a medical issue, which is believed to be a factor in the collision."

2018-09-16 - Driver has 'medical condition' and loses consciousness, car crashes around, in Charlotte (North Carolina):

Quote: "While responding to dozens of crashes during Florence, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police took drastic measures to rescue a driver who lost consciousness while driving through uptown. Police said the driver was suffering from a medical condition when the car crashed into another vehicle and then, kept going."

2018-09-16 - Passenger train derails near Kalabagh (Pakistan), 20+ injured:

2018-09-16 - Freight train derails in Anson County (North Carolina):

2018-09-16 - SUV veers off road at 3 AM near Patoka River bridge, hits tree, bursts into flame, in DuBois County (Indiana), 2 injured:

Quote: "The Dubois County Sheriff’s Department says a Nissan SUV went off 15th Street, near the Patoka River bridge, around 3 a.m. Sunday. After leaving the roadway the SUV hit a tree and continued moving for a little bit before finally coming to a stop. The SUV then caught fire after it stopped on a chain link fence."

2018-09-16 - SUV blows tire and overturns on the Florida Turnpike in Osceola County (Florida), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2018-09-16 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, on Route 56 Bypass in Lower Burrell (Pennsylvania), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2018-09-16 - Car crashes off Independence Creek Bridge along River Road, plunges into creek, near Atchinson (Kansas), 5 injured:

Quote: "County Sheriff's Department responded to reports of a car going westbound on River Rd before driving off the Independence Creek Bridge."

2018-09-16 - Car's brakes fail just before midnight, car hits tree, bursts into flame, in Moorhead (Minnesota):

2018-09-16 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Becker County (Minnesota), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-09-16 - Car veers off road and crashes at 4:50 AM on River Road in Fairfield (Ohio), 1 killed:

2018-09-16 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Topsfield (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

Quote: "The cause of the crash is still unknown, though it may have been the result of a medical condition, officials said."

2018-09-16 - Man, 33, strips naked, throws his clothes in river and wanders around, in Bridgwater (Britain):

2018-09-16 - Woman's dog attacks and kills her as she tries to protect child, near Langdon (Canada):

Quote: "RCMP said witnesses at the residence reported the dog hadn't shown any previous signs of aggression and was considered well-behaved."

2018-09-16 - Huge sinkhole opens at little league field in Schuylkill County (Pennsylvania):

2018-09-16 - Deck collapses at home in coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 4 injured:

2018-09-16 - Man and woman sicken at restaurant in Salisbury (Britain):

Quote: "Wiltshire Police said they were called by the ambulance service at about 6.45pm on Sunday after a 'medical incident' involving a man and a woman at Prezzo restaurant, while police and medics were seen in protective clothing."

2018-09-16 - Volcanic eruptions at Piton de la Fournaise (Reunion Island), Sarychev and Ebeko (Russia), Nevados de Chillan (Chile) and Azumayama (Japan):

2018-09-16 - Volcano Piton de la Fournaise erupts on Reunion Island (France):

2018-09-16 - Magnitude 6.5 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the Fiji Islands:

2018-09-16 - Magnitude 5.7 earthquake strikes near Walpole (Australia):

2018-09-16 - Puerto Rico still on sorry shape a year after Hurricane Maria:

2018-09-16 - After record winter heat and low rainfall, many areas in Australia announce earliest total fire bans in history:

Quote: "This year’s record winter heat and low rainfall has not only led to severe drought, it has prompted many areas around Queensland, NSW and Victoria to announce their earliest total fire ban in history."


  1. Half way through the month with NO garbage truck fires - that's a new one, Jonny.

    I trust everyone is all right out there reading this post. Remnants of Florence soaked us yesterday afternoon, evening and last night. This morning it's damp and humid. Well, we have bigger things to worry about.

    "Unusual event" declared at Brunswick Nuclear Plant, North Carolina

    An "unusual event" has been declared for Brunswick Nuclear Plant located just outside of Wilmington, North Carolina on September 17, 2018. This is the area where Hurricane "Florence" recently made landfall, causing 'historic and unprecedented' flooding. "Unusual event" is the lowest level of nuclear emergency, as required by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). The plant was shut down before the hurricane arrived.

    A hazardous event has resulted in on-site conditions sufficient to prohibit the plant staff from accessing the site via personal vehicles due to flooding of local roads by Tropical Storm Florence, NRC said. [more; it was NOT shut down, it's "on standby"]

    Nuclear Emergency Declared At Brunswick North Carolina Nuclear Power Plant [~ 5 min. video, followed by these 2 stories]

    "Inaccessible" North Carolina Nuclear Plant Declares "Unusual Event" During Storm-Driven "Hot Shutdown"

    North Carolina Nuclear Plant Declares EMERGENCY [Hal Turner]
    [contains 2 min. Daboo7 video]

    Florence sparks historic tornado outbreak in Virginia

    Tropical Cyclone "Florence" spawned multiple tornadoes near Richmond, Virginia on September 17, 2018, killing one person and injuring another. This brought the death toll caused by Florence to at least 32. Local media is describing the outbreak as historic. [more]

    Hurricane Florence Has Killed At Least 1.7 Million Chickens In North Carolina

    about 30 farms in the state ― housing more than 6 million chickens ― remained unreachable because of flood waters. Unless feed trucks are able to access those farms, Sanderson warned that loss of life could quickly “escalate.” [more]

    Army airlifts food to Wilmington, N.C. [short news clip]

    Hurricane Florence leaves “a monumental disaster” in the Carolinas, with more trouble to come – “There will be flooding like we’ve never seen before”

    [continued below]

  2. Typhoon Mangkhut officially Hong Kong’s most intense storm since records began

    “There is no access to Wilmington” as flooding from Hurricane Florence overwhelms North Carolina – City of New Bern “has suffered one of the worst storms ever in its 308-year history”

    Officials: SC ‘not out of the woods yet’ from threats left by Florence

    Red Tide has swept into the Intracoastal Waterway, littering parks and canals with dead fish

    Typhoon Mangkhut causes heavy damage in Hong Kong, China, and Macau – Mangkhut “brought Hong Kong a record-breaking storm surge”

    Typhoon Mangkhut triggers landslide in Philippines, burying dozens in chapel

    Tuesday, 18 September 2018
    The Solar Observatory reopens

    Twitter left wondering why solar observatory has re-opened [< 2 min. video, followed by this]

    CLAIM: 80% Probability of Planet-Wide "Carrington Event" Within Weeks; That's why Solar Observatories Closed [source: Hal Turner]

    A Department of Defense (Dod) source informs me that the reason the sunspot observatory in New Mexico has been evacuated and multiple other Solar Observatories around the world have been suddenly closed is because this week Earth's magnetic field goes into its annual "crack phase" in which it becomes very thin and cracks open in Margin areas allowing solar activity to enter earth easily.

    Sunspot prediction software which AURA (Which is the company that runs the Solar Observatory) also is linked to, warned scientists of a possible Carrington event at 80% probability, within weeks. The Solar Observatory notified the government and within hours, FBI and military helicopters arrived at the Observatory, moved everyone out, and other Solar Observatories around the world were suddenly closed.

    This claim CONFLICTS with information I received earlier from other sources, who said the Observatory was closed due to real-time China spying equipment having been covertly installed there, so as to spy on US Missile testing at the nearby White Sands Missile Testing area.

    In June 2013, a joint venture from researchers at Lloyd's of London and Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) in the United States used data from the Carrington Event to estimate the current cost of a similar event to the U.S. alone at $0.6–2.6 trillion.

    Electric company transformers would explode all over the place, taking out the electric grid for . . . . . YEARS.

    What do you think would happen to our present day societies without electricity for YEARS?

    No food. No pumped water. No Computers, no cell phones, washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Microwave Ovens, etc. Few, if any vehicles would run (Diesels would probably work).

    But here's the rub: No factories would have working equipment to produce or refine things.

    We'd be looking at complete, total, societal collapse. [more]

    Sunspot Solar Observatory close down coincides when a "billion-ton "MEGA" CME slammed into Earth's magnetic field 159 years earlier

    The Sunspot Solar Observatory close down happened almost to the day when a "billion-ton "MEGA" coronal mass ejection (CME) slammed into Earth's magnetic field 159 years earlier and if it happened now would send the West back to the middle ages. [more]

  3. Observatory's back up, sooo...Carrington Event canceled? Heh, I doubt it had anything to do with a big solar flare. If the observatory had seen one, it would have hit us more than a week ago. And you can't predict them so you can't be sure it WILL see one, or even assess the odds other than generally as 'very slim'. Unless they can see the future, but even then it still wouldn't make sense, since when they took it down, there was no big solar flare during the downtime. Unless they THOUGHT they could see the future but it turned out that they can't. But now we're at the grasping-pretty-damn-hard level to tie it to a solar flare. I don't believe their feeble excuse though. The advantage their excuse has, for them, is that now they can say, 'We don't comment on current investigations.' In other words, they gave their excuse and that's all we're ever gonna hear about it.

  4. I agree, Jonny - and don't believe their statement/reason/excuse/lie.

    Russian MoD provides counter-evidence to Dutch report on MH17, proving Ukraine shot down Malaysian Airlines plane

    'The Magnificent Seven': Hubble detects never-before-seen features around neutron star

    'Time to abandon statins': Doctors conclude no link between cholesterol and heart disease after data review of 1.3M patients

    [the usual made-up bullshit to make money]

  5. Hints of a fourth type of invisible neutrino creates more confusion

    Hillary Clinton used an unsecured Blackberry INSIDE Russia while Robert Mueller was FBI Director

    Huge crop losses expected as Hurricane Florence battered North Carolina just before harvest

    While it's too early to make specific damage calculations, the storm hit North Carolina with nearly all of the state's 420,000 acres of cotton and 100,000 acres of peanuts still in the field. The cotton damage is unknown, but peanuts may manage while still in the ground.

    North Carolina also is the largest sweet potato-producing state, and at least half the crop is still in the ground. Whether the crop suffers major damage depends on how long those sweet potatoes remain under standing water.

    Corn farmers worked pretty feverishly to get as much of the crop out as they could before the storm hit, Wooten said. But about half of the state's 163,000 acres of flue-cured tobacco was still in the fields, as well, he said

    "It's undetermined as of yet what in the field will be salvageable, and we grow 50% of all of the tobacco in the United States."

    Tobacco in the bulk-curing barns also likely suffered damages, especially for farmers who lost power and could not keep heated air moving through the flue boxes. [more]