Sunday, November 25, 2018

Event Update For 2018-11-24

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

2018-11-24 - Landfill fire breaks out in Kalyan (India):

2018-11-24 - Dump truck bursts into flame while parked inside building in Rochester (Minnesota):

2018-11-24 - Vehicles and garage destroyed by fire in Lockwood area in Billings (Montana), 500 feet from the Yellowstone River:

Quote: "Lockwood Fire Chief John Staley says an unattached garage with several vehicle and lots of equipment caught on fire."

2018-11-24 - 145 pilot whales strand and die on coastal Stewart Island (New Zealand):

Quote: "A group of up to 145 pilot whales have died after becoming stranded on a beach on Stewart Island in New Zealand."

Quote: "In separate incidents, 12 pygmy whales and a sperm whale were also beached in New Zealand over the weekend."

2018-11-24 - Fin whale and 3 turtles found dead on beach in coastal Truro (Massachusetts):

2018-11-24 - Small planes regularly crashing in New South Wales (Australia):

Quote: "Throughout October and November there have been four serious light aircraft crashes in regional New South Wales, leading to five deaths and putting two other people in hospital. Four men died on the same day on late October, only hours apart, beginning with a gyrocopter crash in Orange killing two."

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in El Rio (California), near the coast, 3 injured:

2018-11-24 - Home heavily damaged by basement explosion just before 11 PM in Scranton (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Investigators tell Newswatch 16 it was totally shredded, and the chief said the damage was like nothing he has seen in his 30 years of service. The foundation of the home is shattered in some places, billowing out in others, and separated from the rest of the structure."

Note: These are the 300th and 301st residential explosions in 2018...

2018-11-24 - Boat bursts into flame at 11:33 PM while docked at Spud Point Marina in coastal Bodega Bay (California):

2018-11-24 - Boat bursts into flame at 11:30 PM while docked in coastal North Sydney (Canada):

2018-11-24 - Houseboat bursts into flame near coastal Labrador (Australia):

Note: These are the 1094th, 1095th and 1096th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-11-24 - School bus bursts into flame in Goreswar (India):

Note: This is the 184th school bus to burn in 2018, and this is the 678th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-11-24 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Aba, Abia State (Nigeria):

Note: This is the 679th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-11-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near the Trans-Canada Highway near Kamloops (Canada):

Note: This is the 2445th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-11-24 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame at 4:05 AM on Caernarvon Court in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2018-11-24 - Van bursts into flame on the A143 near Wattisfield (Britain):

2018-11-24 - Car bursts into flame on Route 128 in Waltham (Massachusetts):

2018-11-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 in Northampton (Massachusetts):

2018-11-24 - Car bursts into flame near Park Street in Framingham (Massachusetts):

2018-11-24 - Car bursts into flame in Longville in the Dale, Much Wenlock (Britain):

2018-11-24 - Car bursts into flame in carpark in Princes Risborough (Britain):

Quote: "Saturday 24 November, 7.39pm Car fire, Whiteleaf Cross car park, Peters Lane, Princes Risborough. One appliance and crew from High Wycombe attended. Firefighters used one hosereel. "

2018-11-24 - Vehicle bursts into flame on US 31 near Pere Marquette (Michigan):

2018-11-24 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 11 PM on Princes Road in Cleethorpes (Britain):

Quote: "Princes Road, Cleethorpes. Sat 24 Nov 2018 23:00 (No:26473) One vehicle on fire. Fire Service gained entry to vehicle using window punch. One breathing apparatus and one hose reel in use to extinguish fire. Vehicle battery disconnected. Vehicle left with owner."

2018-11-24 - Car and garage destroyed by fire at home, home damaged, in Wichita (Kansas), 2 dogs killed, nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Barn destroyed by fire in Pender County (North Carolina), hundreds of pigs killed:

2018-11-24 - Industrial manufacturing plant damaged by fire at 4 AM in North Haven (Connecticut), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home medical equipment business destroyed by fire in Sevierville (Tennessee):

2018-11-24 - Church heavily damaged by fire in Bald Knob (Arkansas):

2018-11-24 - Market damaged by fire in Delhi (India):

2018-11-24 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in Chester (Virginia), 2 pets killed:

2018-11-24 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire at 2:40 AM on Meadow Lane in Sidney (Ohio):

2018-11-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Parc River Boulevard in Lawrenceville (Georgia), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire on Shelby Drive in Blount County (Tennessee), dog killed, nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Branford (Connecticut), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM in Des Moines (Iowa), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire in Castlewood (Virginia), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire on Bob Mathews Street in Bedias (Texas), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire in Wilsboro (New York), nobody there:

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire on Trumbull Avenue in Lawrence Township (New Jersey):

2018-11-24 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:30 PM on Cressona Road in Pottsville (Pennsylvania):

2018-11-24 - Two homes go up in flames in Centennial (Colorado):

2018-11-24 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 12:36 AM in coastal Somers Point (New Jersey):

2018-11-24 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 12:45 AM in Laurel (Maryland):

2018-11-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 5:41 AM in Salem (Massachusetts):

2018-11-24 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:12 AM in Coffeyville (Kansas), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2018-11-24 - Deadly fire destroys home in Lakeland (Florida), 1 killed:

2018-11-24 - Two vacant homes burn at 5:23 AM on St Johns Grove in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "St Johns Grove, Hilston Grove, Hull. Sat 24 Nov 2018 05:23 (No:26415) Derelict house on fire which spread to adjacent derelict property. One hose reel, four BA, two monitors, Aerial Ladder Platform, PPV fan stage one, Thermal Image Camera, spreaders and hand tools in use."

2018-11-24 - Vacant apartment building burns in Lexington (Kentucky):

2018-11-24 - Vacant car dealership burns in Slough (Britain):

2018-11-24 - Man and woman, 40 and 36, found dead with submerged car in Kerr Lake near Henderson (North Carolina):

2018-11-24 - Man, 35, found dead in swimming pool at home in coastal La Lucia (South Africa):

2018-11-24 - Man found dead in the water near Edgewater Street on coastal Staten Island (New York):

2018-11-24 - Woman, marching band official, has 'medical emergency' and dies before game in Ann Arbor (Michigan):

Quote: "The university says Maggie St. Clair had a medical emergency and died Saturday before departing for the game."

2018-11-24 - Man, 43, found dead in submerged vehicle in lake in Duncanville (Alabama):

2018-11-24 - Woman, 60, found dead on sidewalk near Silver Lake Park in Bristol Borough (Pennsylvania):

2018-11-24 - Man, 49, found dead near Revelstoke (Canada):

2018-11-24 - Man has 'medical episode' in the water at beach and dies, at Currimundi Lake in coastal Wurtulla (Australia):

Quote: "It’s understood the man had suffered a medical episode in the water and was there with his family."

2018-11-24 - Cyclist has 'medical event' and dies during cycling event near Lake Taupo (New Zealand):

Quote: "A cyclist has died in the annual Lake Taupo Cycle challenge. Event organisers have confirmed the person died while competing in today's event, which takes cyclists on a course around Lake Taupo. 'Early information suggests a medical event involving a single rider,' a spokesperson for the event said."

2018-11-24 - Girl, 16, found dead in pond in Nadeli (India):

2018-11-24 - Man, 18, dies in the Ganga River in Muzaffarnagar (India):

2018-11-24 - College student, 23, dies in dam reservoir near Kohima (India):

2018-11-24 - Man, 62, found dead outside retail park in Blackburn (Britain):

2018-11-24 - Man drops dead at Northwood Cemetery in coastal Cowes on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2018-11-24 - Man, 49, has 'medical episode', SUV and van crash, in Darlington (Britain), 2 injured:

Quote: "It is believed the driver of the Range Rover, a 49-year-old man, had suffered a medical episode at the wheel."

2018-11-24 - Man, 46, has 'medical episode', car crashes into field, in Halton Hills (Canada), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police add they believe the driver suffered an apparent medical episode."

2018-11-24 - Driver has 'medical episode', pickup truck crashes into building, in Belmont (Australia), near the coast:

Quote: "A driver has ploughed into a Belmont building after suffering a medical episode behind the wheel"

2018-11-24 - Small plane makes emergency landing in field near Moxee (Washington), engine failure:

2018-11-24 - Military helicopter crashes and burns in Kandahar (Afghanistan), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2018-11-24 - Passenger bus crashes into canal in Karnataka (India), 25+ killed:

2018-11-24 - Van overturns at 4:50 AM, bursts into flame, in Lanham (Maryland), 1 injured:

2018-11-24 - SUV blows tire at 2 AM, plunges into roadside pool, in Ambegaon (India), 5 killed, 11 injured:

2018-11-24 - SUV veers off road, crashes into pole and tree, in coastal New Rochelle (New York), 1 injured:

2018-11-24 - Car veers off road, hits pole, in coastal Chase (Maryland), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police are questioning whether she had a medical emergency before the crash."

2018-11-24 - Car veers off road, crashes into business, in Rocky Hill (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2018-11-24 - Car veers off road, crashes into overpass pillar, in coastal Cape Town (South Africa), 3 killed:

2018-11-24 - Coyotes attack and kill dogs in Newton and Sudbury (Massachusetts):

2018-11-24 - Tornado touches down and causes damage in Emerald Isle (North Carolina):

2018-11-24 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Wasit Province (Iraq), 6+ killed:

2018-11-24 - Heavy rain and flooding create rivers of trash in Haiti:

2018-11-24 - Record heavy first snowfall hits Seoul (South Korea):

2018-11-24 - Hundreds of parasite creatures which were the inspiration for the film 'Alien' wash up off the Co Kerry (Ireland):

2018-11-24 - Bitcoin extends losses, slides under $3,500 to lowest since September 2017:


  1. Wow, Jonny - the marine die-off is really ramping up. I wonder how long before fishermen come back to port with no catch?

    These powerful home explosions are incredible! Whole blocks being damaged by one home explosion, houses blasted off their foundations, or the foundations blowing apart as in one of the homes today. Whew! It's just nuts!

    Black Friday for Sears a 'Ghost Town' as it tries to make it through to another holiday season

    [as the reality of our predicament takes hold, all the trappings and customs of civilization will be shown for the bread and circuses that they are]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 11.25.18 Environmental protesters block access to Parliament Square [~ 20 min.]

    Climate assessment predicts increasing wildfires

    By mid-century western wildfires could increase 200% to 600%
    [more; probably won't have to worry about that]

    Monday, 26 November 2018

    Catherine Austin Fitts: the economy is not going to crash, but be on a “slow burn.”

    "We Are Living With Maximum Uncertainty" Fitts Fears "New Control System" Looms [includes ~ 56.5 min. video]

    Financial expert Catherine Austin Fitts has said for years that the economy was not going to crash, but be on a “slow burn.”

    Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Catherine Austin Fitts, Publisher of “The Solari Report.” [more]

    [she may end up being incorrect due to climate change impacts she's not addressing]

    [here we go - did you get any of this yet, Jonny?]
    Extreme weather in the US this week

    Winter Storm Bruce - LIVE COVERAGE

    Over a foot of snow is forecast in Chicago, and Kansas City has already set a daily snowfall record. [more]

    WAR ALERT - Russia & Ukraine Preparing for Full Scale Conflict

    In this [~ 28.25 min.] video I reveal the pre-arranged military provocation against Russia that was coordinated by the USA and Ukraine. I'll discuss the history of the conflict over Crimea and the Kerch Strait. [source: Blackstone Intel]

    US border patrol repels migrants with tear gas after Mexico crossing closure

    After suspending all traffic at the US’ busiest port with Mexico, border patrol guards had to resort to tear gas to fend off migrants trying to breach the border wall to gain entrance by other means. [more]

    [contains this embedded story]
    Mexico to deport migrants who tried to ‘violently’ force their way into US

    [and this ~ 6.75 min. video]
    US/Mexico Border Shut Down after Migrant Caravan Attempts To Enter

    [includes this article]
    Russian Air Force eliminates jihadist sites behind chemical weapons attack

    Ukraine Begins Heavy Shelling Of Donetsk [source: Fort Russ]

    Poroshenko: "I support the decision to impose martial law and declare state of war in Ukraine.

    BREAKING - Poroshenko Supports Declaration of War against Russia!

    [more later]

  2. Russia And Ukraine Are On The Brink Of War – And Why That Could Lead To World War 3

    A respected foreign journalist living in Ukraine is warning that a war that most Americans cannot even imagine “teeters on the razor thin edge of becoming real”. When Russia opened fire on Ukrainian Navy vessels and captured three of their ships, it made headlines all over the globe. An emergency meeting of the UN Security Council was hastily arranged for Monday at 11 AM, and hopefully there will be a positive outcome from that meeting. Because right now Moscow and Kiev are on the brink of war, and once a Russian invasion happens there will be no turning back. At that point the U.S. would have a major decision to make, and if we chose to defend Ukraine that could mean that we would suddenly find ourselves fighting World War 3. [more; the Ukraine will be crushed and us with it if we "interfere."]

    Queensland bushfires: Hundreds evacuated amid 'unprecedented' weather conditions

    The conditions have been described as "highly unusual" for this time of year.

    Unlike in Australia's drier south, intense fire conditions are unusual in Queensland in late November because it is the wet season. [more]

    Three tornadoes sweep across southern Italy - Second outbreak in one week [from Sun.]

    [lots of damage]

    Amazon rainforest deforestation 'worst in 10 years', says report [+ ~ 10 min. vid]

    Its tough to decipher what it was as it moved SO INCREDIBLY fast! [~ 3.5 min. video]

    When will they learn? A powerful magnitude 6.3 quake hits the Iraq Iran border just miles from the Arak heavy water reactor production plant

    [I'm startin' to think they were DESIGNED this way]

    [speaking of the marine die-off - geez!]
    Another tipping point breached: Salmon have disappeared in Scotland: Not a single salmon caught during the entire season.

    [I don't know it this has anything to do with the stranding]
    A double whale stranding in New Zealand's South Island kills almost 150 pilot whales coinciding with massive coronal activity on our sun

    [would it be localized to just this one spot if it's a solar event?]

    HARD LANDING For Santa Rally

    Best case scenario this is 2016 deja vu - a brush with global deflation followed by Central Bank engineered soft landing. Worst case scenario it's a global mega crash on a size and scale never before witnessed. The stakes are high...

    Bigger picture, this capitulation to fantasy raises the more relevant question - can Central Banks indefinitely extend the business cycle? I suggest not. However, what they can do is keep gamblers entertained in the casino much longer than would otherwise be prudent. Suffice to say, the Kool-Aid always tastes best at the end of the party.

    On the surface, the similarities to 2016 are compelling. Oil/commodity meltdown, EM selloff - months in the making, Yuan devaluation, Fed rate hikes, speculative blow-off, deflation.

    Here we see via U.S. banks, if global Central Banks are planning to save the day, they need to get busy. [more]

    [see Blade Runner clip at the bottom]

  3. Update on Winter Storm Bruce
    'What are you gonna do? It's the weather': Snow brings massive cancellations on busy travel days

    Kansas City, Missouri, saw 5.8 inches of snow, marking the city's snowiest November day since 1923. [more; saw your comment today, J]

    Lake-effect snow to combine with lingering snowstorm to threaten wintry travel conditions in Northeast

    Fresh cold air and a lingering storm that was once a central United States blizzard will bring general snow and bands of heavier lake-effect snow from Michigan and Indiana to New York state and Pennsylvania during the first half of this week. [more; we'll get a shit-ton (metric measurement) of rain here]

    [this is probably click-bait]
    Large Asteroid Packing 50 Megatons Of Force Might Come Crashing Down On Earth In 2023 — And That’s Not All

    Known as asteroid 2018 LF16, the space rock was last observed by our astronomers on June 16 — notes NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) — who calculated its orbit and its potential to become a threat to our planet. The calculations showed asteroid 2018 LF16 could collide with our planet on 62 different dates between now and 2117.

    The first of these unnerving opportunities will arise just five years from now — occurring on August 8, 2023. Other potential impact dates in the near future fall on August 3, 2024, and on August 1, 2025. To make matters worse, the space rock is estimated to measure nearly 700 feet across and is currently hurtling through space at a speed of more than 33,844 miles per hour. This makes asteroid 2018 LF16 twice as large as the Statue-of-Liberty-sized space rock that skimmed past our planet earlier today, as reported by the Inquisitr.

    NASA estimates that the asteroid has a one in 30 million chance of crashing into our planet. [more; beyond humanity's exit timeline]

    South Africa bees: “One million die in Cape Town”

    [i'm sure this will have no effect on unemployment, because USA!!]
    GM to slash jobs and production, cancel some car models [~ 2 min. video & text]

    Barra on Monday portrayed the decision to put five North American factories on notice for potential closure and cut nearly 15,000 jobs as necessary to keep the company strong as it plows money into new technology and new businesses such as robo-taxi services. [more]

    [more below]

  4. [Tom N. - check in! Tell us what's up down under! You aight?]
    Bushfires rage across Queensland amid “highly unusual” heatwave conditions – “In this part of the world we have not experienced these conditions before. It is unprecedented”

    Hundreds of Australians have evacuated their homes due to bushfires amid "unprecedented" weather conditions in the state of Queensland, officials say.

    About 40 bushfires are burning across the state following a heatwave, said Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.
    The most serious blaze, 450km (280 miles) north of Brisbane, has destroyed at least two homes, damaged four others and prompted evacuation orders. [more]

    Hundreds evacuate from Queensland wildfires during “unprecedented” conditions

    [Thanks Big Oil!!]
    Seabirds face “agonizing death” as Newfoundland offshore oil spill becomes impossible to clean

    Newfoundland and Labrador has no hope of cleaning up from its worst-ever oil spill, after stormy waters off the east coast broke up at least two ocean oil sheens to the point that 250,000 litres of toxic material can no longer be recovered. [oil co. exec - "oh well .."]

    The spill “happened on Friday morning while Husky Energy’s SeaRose platform was preparing to restart production during a fierce storm that was, at the time, the most intense in the world,” The Canadian Press reports. By Monday and Tuesday, the oil was no longer visible on the ocean surface, and the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) had shifted its attention to monitoring wildlife and investigating the incident. Husky said it had found 15 oiled seabirds so far, but biologists were watching out for a much heavier toll. [more]

    [Here's some MORE stupidity from Big Oil, Canada]
    Oilsands waste is collected in sprawling toxic ponds. To clean them up, oil companies plan to pour water on them

    Despite years of public promises from officials that the tailings ponds would shrink and go away, they are growing, and they’re right along the migratory pathways for millions of birds that use the freshwater Peace-Athabasca delta for breeding or as a stopover as they move farther north to breed. And in the meantime, troubling gaps are opening in the oversight system meant to ensure the oilpatch cleans up its mess. Alberta has collected only $1 billion from companies to help remediate tailings — a problem that is now estimated to cost about 100 times that. [more; pesky regulations!]

    [continued below]

  5. [Go Canada! No, GO THE FUCK AWAY!]
    Canada: locals angry after navy holds live fire exercises in orca habitat

    Endangered killer whales off Canada’s west coast were forced to contend with machine gun fire and smoke bombs after the government allowed the country’s navy to conduct live fire exercises in a protected area. [more; shoot yourselves!]

    Military helicopter crashes in Istanbul; 4 soldiers killed

    A military helicopter with five soldiers on board crashed in an Istanbul neighborhood on Monday, killing four of them, officials said. The fifth soldier was rushed to a hospital with injuries.

    The cause of the accident was under investigation. [more]

    Climate change helping to sink parts of the Netherlands quicker than expected

    “Climate change appears to play a major role in this accelerated subsidence,” it said in a press release.

    “The relatively warm summers are dehydrating peat soils, speeding up subsidence. This process is irreversible: the peat oxidises, which also means that more CO2 is released into the atmosphere.” [more]

    Stocks advance as tech sector rebounds and GM rises

    [~ 3 min. vid cheer leading wishful thinking on this slight bounce]

    [from our Never Use Your Own Money segment]
    Billionaires Leveraging Up in Case of Downturn, Banker Says

    Billionaires and millionaires in the U.S. are arranging loans to have funds readily available so they won’t have to sell off investments in the event of an economic downturn, according to Jim Steiner, head of Wells Fargo & Co.’s ultra-high-net-worth business.

    “They always want to have lines in place for if markets do turn down and they get capital calls on private investments,” Steiner, who leads Wells Fargo’s Abbot Downing unit, said Monday in a Bloomberg Television interview. “They want to be able to make those capital calls through use of the line as opposed to basically selling equities in the public markets.” [more]

    America's pensions embrace riskier real estate bets

    [REAL ESTATE?! Nobody can afford it anymore!]

    U.S. public pension funds are taking on more real estate, and at times some of the riskiest types of property investments, as they try to close their funding gaps. [more]

    Extreme Weather Is Turning the Arctic Brown

    In recent years the Arctic has experienced an increasing number of extreme weather events, which are causing significant dieback of plants in the region.
    Now a team of researchers from the University of Sheffield in the U.K. has found that dieback following these events could significantly reduce the ability of Arctic ecosystems to mitigate the impacts of climate change, according to a paper published in the journal Global Change Biology. [more]

    Le Show [~ 54.5 min.]