Sunday, December 9, 2018

Event Update For 2018-12-08

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

2018-12-08 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing at 4 AM in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

Quote: "We are told it was a Swift Air Flight and they had to land in Tulsa because of smoke in the cockpit."

Note: This is the 189th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2018...

2018-12-08 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame in the wee hours, fire gets huge, in Spanaway (Washington):

2018-12-08 - Three transformers go up in flames outside business in Kempton (South Africa):

2018-12-08 - Air conditioning fire breaks out at airport in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Quote: "The last of the stranded passengers left Auckland Airport after a six-hour ordeal that followed a fire and evacuation of the international terminal around 6pm on Saturday evening."

2018-12-08 - Fire station and vehicles go up in flames at 6:30 AM in Blissfield (Michigan), nobody there:

Quote: "Officials said that the damage to the fire station was extensive and it damaged two ambulances and all of the station's fire trucks."

Quote: "Damage to the building included the bay area, where the trucks park, the fire station’s roof, and several of the station’s vehicles. One ambulance was a total loss, Chief Fruchey said. Five other trucks, including the station’s second ambulance, ladder truck, tanker, and brush truck are out of service because of fire damage."

2018-12-08 - Man in his 50s has 'medical issue' and loses consciousness while working on car at home in Greenfield Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Rescuers in Greenfield Township responded to a call Saturday afternoon for a man who suffered a medical issue. It reportedly happened while he was working on a vehicle in a wooded area behind his home on Williams Rd. A family member came home to find the man unresponsive. The victim, who is in his 50s, was exposed to the elements in the snow and mud. He was in serious condition when he was flown by medical helicopter to UPMC Hamot Trauma Center."

2018-12-08 - Person has 'medical incident' at home in coastal Margate (Britain):

Quote: "A large presence of emergency services has been seen in a seaside town. Police vehicles, what appears to be a fire engine, and ambulance crews have been pictured in Sweyn Road in Margate this evening. South East Coast Ambulance Service confirmed it had been called to a 'medical incident' at a private address."

2018-12-08 - Commercial fishing ship bursts into flame near coastal Cape May (New Jersey), crew abandons ship:

Note: This is the 1142nd boat/ship to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-12-08 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Lviv (Ukraine):

Note: This is the 709th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-12-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at loading dock at Whitsunday Shopping Centre in coastal Cannonvale (Australia):

2018-12-08 - Tractor (excavator) and trailer go up in flames on Manchester Road in Warrington (Britain):

Note: These are the 2562nd and 2563rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame on Route 422 in Butler Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame on street in Lakdikapul suburb of Hyderabad (India):

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame in Riverside area in Mbombela (South Africa):

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame at 7 AM at St Peter's Square in Ruthin (Britain), man burned:

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame on street near Chard (Britain):

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame on the A52 in Whatton (Britain):

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame at Paragon Square in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Paragon Square, Hull. Sat 8 Dec 2018 13:00 (No:27306) Small fire in engine compartment of car. Local shop owner attempted to extinguish fire using one dry powder extinguisher. Fire Service use one hose reel to cool vehicle down and small tools to disconnect battery."

2018-12-08 - Car bursts into flame at 1:22 AM on Ashtree Close in Belton (Britain):

Quote: "Ashtree Close, Belton. Sat 8 Dec 2018 01:22 (No:27276) Fire within engine compartment of car. Hose reel and small tools in use."

2018-12-08 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at property near Commonwealth Boulevard in Villa Heights (Virginia):

2018-12-08 - Four cars and home destroyed by fire at 4:20 AM in Brentwood (California):

Quote: "The fire, reported at 4:20 a.m., also destroyed four cars at the home in the 8200 block of Lone Tree way, East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Battalion Chief Craig Auzenne said."

2018-12-08 - Auto shop destroyed by huge fire in Greensboro (Florida):

2018-12-08 - Barn and hay destroyed by fire in Alachua (Florida):

2018-12-08 - Barn destroyed by fire on Champoeg Road NE near St. Paul (Oregon):

2018-12-08 - Around 600 tons of straw go up in flames in Griston (Britain):

2018-12-08 - Feed business destroyed by fire before 5:30 AM in Vergennes (Vermont):

2018-12-08 - Warehouse heavily damaged by fire on Adams Avenue in Crescentville (Pennsylvania):

2018-12-08 - Gas station damaged by fire on the island of Antigua:

2018-12-08 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Scarwin Lane in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2018-12-08 - Mobile home destroyed by fire just after 5:45 AM in Century (Florida):

2018-12-08 - Mobile home destroyed by fire just before 7 AM on Terry Road near Madison Creek in Salt Rock (West Virginia):

2018-12-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2018-12-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Beauty Hill Road in Barnstead (New Hampshire), dog killed, nobody there:

2018-12-08 - Home destroyed by fire in Pittsfield (Maine), nobody there:

2018-12-08 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM on Narrows Pond Road in Winthrop (Maine), nobody there:

2018-12-08 - Home and garage destroyed by fire at 1:40 AM on Shelton Mill Road near Crozet (Virginia):

2018-12-08 - Home destroyed by fire on Paces Creek Road in Clay County (Kentucky):

2018-12-08 - Multi-family home destroyed by fire at 2:24 AM in West Warwick (Rhode Island), 2 injured:

2018-12-08 - Fourplex apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Elm Street East in Sumner (Washington):

2018-12-08 - Deadly fire burns mobile home on Bright Hope Road in Greeneville (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2018-12-08 - Deadly fire burns home on Shropshire Street in Fort Worth (Texas), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2018-12-08 - Vacant home burns at 3:12 AM in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2018-12-08 - Vacant home burns on Lake Avenue in Nassau (New York):

2018-12-08 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Phoenix (Arizona):

2018-12-08 - Vacant clubhouse destroyed by fire at golf course in Mt. Juliet (Tennessee):

2018-12-08 - Huge leatherback turtle found dead on beach on coastal Prince Edward Island (Canada):

2018-12-08 - Couple, 35 and 36, found dead at home in Newcastle upon Tyne (Britain), near the River Tyne:

2018-12-08 - Two boys, 11 and 16, die in lake near Chengalpattu (India):

2018-12-08 - Two boys, both 8, die in the water at beach in coastal Isipingo (South Africa):

2018-12-08 - Man, 55, drops dead at the Hotel Yorba on Lafayette Street in Detroit (Michigan), 2800 feet from the Detroit River:

2018-12-08 - Man, 45, collapses at jail, dies shortly later, in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2018-12-08 - Woman, 45, drops dead in jail cell in Jefferson County (Arkansas):

2018-12-08 - Man, 74, found dead near his truck near Blueberry Lane in Rutland Town (Vermont):

2018-12-08 - Woman found dead in street in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2018-12-08 - Man, 45, security guard, collapses, goes into cardiac arrest and dies at music festival in coastal Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "A man was rushed to hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest at a music festival in Sydney on Saturday. The man in his 40s was reportedly standing between the stage and the metal barrier in front of festivalgoers before he suddenly collapsed. He is understood to have been a security guard at the Good Things festival at Parramatta Park, in the city's west."

2018-12-08 - Woman, 25, falls off balcony and dies in Bengaluru (India), possible toppler:

2018-12-08 - Man found dead in canal in Ulverston (Britain):

2018-12-08 - Man has 'medical episode' and slumps over unconscious, car crashes into home, in Lincoln (Nebraska):

Quote: "In the report, medical staff said it appears the driver suffered from some sort of medical episode and passed out. The driver later said he didn't remember what had happened."

2018-12-08 - US military plane makes emergency landing at airport in Halifax (Canada):

2018-12-08 - Twin-engine plane crashes into mountain near Federation Peak, Tasmania (Australia), 1 killed:

2018-12-08 - Small plane crashes in field in Lebanon County (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2018-12-08 - Small plane lands at airport, runs off runway and crashes into hangar, in Hesperia (California):

2018-12-08 - Two passenger buses collide head-on near Achacachi (Bolivia), 17 killed, 10 injured:

2018-12-08 - Passenger bus plunges into gorge in Poonch District (India), 14 killed, 13 injured:

2018-12-08 - Garbage truck crashes into apartment building in Havertown (Pennsylvania):

2018-12-08 - SUV veers off road at 4:30 AM, hits tree, on Bear Creek Road in Bear Creek Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

Quote: "The wreck happened in the area of Mountain Lake."

2018-12-08 - SUV veers off road just before 12:30 AM, hits pole and fence, in Costa Mesa (California), 1 killed:

2018-12-08 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, in Fulton (Illinois), 1 killed:

2018-12-08 - Car veers off road, crashes into historic mill building, bursts into flame, in Hatboro (Pennsylvania):

2018-12-08 - Car veers off road at 1:30 AM, hits tree, in Porter Ranch (California), 4 injured:

2018-12-08 - Dog attacks and injures girl and cop, cop shoots it dead, in Kingsessing area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2018-12-08 - Sinkhole opens on street and swallows car in Rio Rancho (New Mexico):

2018-12-08 - Sinkhole swallows cow in Lincoln County (Kentucky), cow rescued:

2018-12-08 - Landslide(s) hit the island of Bali (Indonesia), 5 killed:

2018-12-08 - Water main breaks, street floods, in coastal Chula Vista (California):

2018-12-08 - Major storm unleashes snow and ice from Tennessee to North Carolina and Virginia:

Quote: "A major, travel-disrupting storm is unleashing snow and ice from Tennessee to North Carolina and Virginia. AccuWeather meteorologists say the heaviest snowfall with this storm is expected from the southern Appalachians into the western Piedmont of North Carolina and southern Virginia. Snowfall amounts of 12-18 inches are expected, especially in the mountains of North Carolina with an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 24 inches. Travel will likely be completely halted in these regions until roads have been cleared."

2018-12-08 - EPA’s new water rule will gut the Clean Water Act:

2018-12-08 - Strange sounds heard in the skies of Malaysia:

2018-12-08 - Stock market plunges in three straight days:

2018-12-08 - 'Panic-like selling' grips Wall Street as the economic numbers point to 'a lot of unpleasant things that nobody wants to admit':


  1. That's a wrap, kids - semester's over. Grades will be posted by Friday.

    How about that snow, eh?!

    Former WWE wrestler Big Cass hospitalized after reportedly suffering a seizure at an event

    Former WWE wrestler Big Cass reportedly had to be rushed to the hospital just prior to an event after collapsing and suffering a seizure, which fans thought was all a part of the show.

    Cass was scheduled to wrestle at an event on Saturday in conjunction with Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore event in Philadelphia

    Dreamer took the stage to tell fans what happened and assure fans that Cass appeared to be OK and that the episode had nothing to do with drugs or alcohol. [more]

    Trump administration resists global climate efforts at home and overseas

    The United States joined a controversial proposal by Saudi Arabia and Russia this weekend to weaken a reference to a key report on the severity of global warming, sharpening battle lines at the global climate summit in Poland aimed at gaining consensus over how to combat rising temperatures. [more; wait til they find out there's NO FIX!]

    Trump administration replaces academics on National Park Service advisory panel with business executives and big Republican donors

    Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has resurrected a federally chartered board that advises the National Park Service with his own appointees, nearly a year after most of its former members resigned in frustration. [cf. Nearly all members of U.S. National Park Service advisory panel resign in frustration – “Our requests to engage have been ignored and the matters on which we wanted to brief the new Department team are clearly not part of its agenda” –Des]
    The newly reconstituted National Park System Advisory Board — composed largely of current or retired business executives — was set to meet for the first time Wednesday in Washington. The Interior Department postponed the session, however, because the federal government observed a national day of mourning out of respect for former president George H.W. Bush.
    The new panel includes a California winemaker, a beer distributor in Texas and three veterans of the real estate and home-building industry. All of the 11 new members appear to be white, and nine of them are men. Public records show all of the new board members are either registered Republicans or have voted repeatedly in GOP primaries. [more; that oughta help!]

    Bulldozers soon to plow through National Butterfly Center for Trump’s border wall – “That should be an affront to all Americans”

    Bulldozers are expected to soon plow through the protected habitat of the National Butterfly Center along the Rio Grande to clear the way for President Trump’s border wall, which got a green light from the Supreme Court this week. [cf. National Butterfly Center issues plea for help against imminent destruction for Trump border fence –Des]

    Hundreds of thousands of butterflies flit through the center’s 100-acre sanctuary in Mission. But 70 percent of the land will eventually be on the other side the wall, said Marianna Wright, the executive director.

    “Just like farmers get crop yield in acres and inches, we get butterflies based on what we have planted in acres and inches,” Wright said. “So having a wide swath of our property bulldozed is going to negatively impact the volume of the species and diversity of the species.” [more]

    [more below]

  2. Trump administration attacks landmark environmental rules – “An unprecedented rollback of Clean Water Act protections”

    One after another, landmark U.S. protections for climate, air and land are in the crosshairs of the Trump administration as his agency leaders move past early fumbles and scandals to start delivering on a succession of promised environmental rollbacks.

    On Thursday, the Interior Department proposed easing rules on oil and gas drilling for millions of acres of range in the West. And as soon as next week, the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to unveil its proposed rewrite of a major 2015 Obama rule that extended federal protections to thousands of waterways and wetlands.
    Supporters and opponents expect the overhaul of the national water rule could go even further, also changing aspects of how the U.S. enforces the 1972 Clean Water Act, one of the country’s foundation environmental measures. Environmental groups say the rewrite could lift federal protections for millions of miles of streams and wetlands in the lower 48 states. [more]

    ["WOO-OOO! Havin' fun, nah!" M. Wheeler]

    ‘Like opening a fan oven’: Australia’s rainforest threatened by bushfires

    This year, early summer heat broke all-time records for Queensland. In Cairns, the tropical port city in the state’s far north, 1,600km (1,000 miles) north of Brisbane, the previous highest temperature in November was 37.2C, set in 1900. On Monday 26 November, the mercury hit 42.6C.

    Queensland, much of which is located in the tropics, joins other parts of the globe, such as California and Greece, where unusually hot and dry conditions have fuelled catastrophic fires which are forcing a rethink of what such regions can expect in the future. [more; 'ey, AH got idear - less jis kipe doin' wott werr doin'!]

    [continued below]

  3. Sabotage: The Deep State Has Destroyed Trump’s Chances Of A Trade Deal With China, And The Stock Market Is Tanking As A Result

    [oh, 'cause it was workin' so well an' all . . ..]

    Somebody out there apparently does not want President Trump to make a trade deal with China. Just after U.S. and Chinese officials agreed to suspend the implementation of new tariffs for 90 days, one of China’s most important tech executives was literally kidnapped as she was changing planes in Canada. Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was simply on her way to Mexico, but at the urging of U.S. authorities the Canadians grabbed her and are refusing to let her go. Reportedly, the plan is to extradite her to the United States where she will apparently face charges relating to Huawei’s evasion of U.S. sanctions against Iran. When Trump was negotiating face to face with the Chinese, he was not aware that this was taking place. So now all of Trump’s hard work is out the window, and our relations with the Chinese are probably the worst that they have been since the Korean War. [more]

    The Beauty Of Denial

    Still looking in the rear view mirror to predict the future

    My greatest epiphany from the past decade is that since human beings can't order reality, they seek to order the rest of society instead. This is human history in a nutshell - the Machiavellian among us merely viewing the rest of society as cannon fodder between themselves and "discomfort".

    Where it all goes sideways of course is when the well-ordered society charges off a cliff. After that, it gets a might bit more difficult to steer the herd. Which is where we are right now. All of the fake narratives that were no more than extrapolations of the recent past, are no longer working. Stories that rhymed so well when Ponzi inflow was accelerating, now ring hollow. $1 trillion in recent stock buybacks is entirely meaningless to current valuations - what some corporate dunce paid for a stock yesterday is totally irrelevant to what it's worth today. [more]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 12.9.18 The Nobel Prize for Climate Catastrophe [~ 25.5 min.]

    Paradise Lost # 25 ~ How the Houses Were Torched ? Interview with 30-yr. Microwave Engineer [~ 29.5 min.]

    There's A Big Problem With The Garbage Collector That's Supposed To Clean Up Our Oceans [short video]

    [and they want to try to pull CO2 out of the atmosphere?]

  4. Monday, 10 December 2018
    The Tasman is heating up again

    Scientists watching rising Tasman Sea temperatures – again

    The Tasman Sea is heating up again, a year after the rare "marine heatwave" which brought New Zealand's hottest summer on record. [more]

    Continued Methane Tracking with Margo (Dec. 9, 2018) [~ 14 min.]

    Margo shows the continued high levels of methane being released throughout the Northern Hemisphere and gathering over the Arctic.

    4 killed in SW China landslide

    Four people were killed after a landslide hit a county in southwest China's Sichuan Province Sunday afternoon. [more]

    Four people were killed after a landslide hit a county in southwest China's Sichuan Province Sunday afternoon.

    [SOTT perspective]
    NewsReal: Mass Immigration And Climate Change: A Perfect Storm

    So the question is: what do climate/earth changes and mass migration have in common, and what do governments know that they are not telling the people?

    On this week's NewsReal with Joe & Niall, we reveal why the elites' view of the people and the people's view of the elites are so out of sync, and why the discrepancy is signalling an impending showdown of, literally, biblical proportions. [more; ~ 74.5 min. video]

    Bright meteor fireball streaks over Mexico City

    Massive storm drops feet of snow on US Southeast

    many locations in the Carolinas have now seen snowfall equal to, and in many cases greater than, what they normally see in an entire winter season. And it all fell in fewer than 24 hours. [more; oh, perfectly normal, i'm sure . . ..]

    Bitterly cold temperatures recorded across South Korea

    Beijing endures one of the coldest December days on record - Snow flies in Shanghai

    Friday was one of Beijing's coldest December days on record as temperatures were held to just shy of 6 below zero Celsius (21 F).

    Wet weather delaying, reducing crop harvest in 2 counties of Ohio

    Farmers in Muskingum and Coshocton counties are having issues harvesting their crops.

    With the consistently wet weather, some farmers are still in the process of harvesting their produce, particularly soybeans. [more]

    Aerial footage captures eruption of Papua New Guinea's Manam volcano

    A volcano in Papua New Guinea's Manam Island erupted on Saturday (December 8) forcing villagers to flee. [more; video]

    Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano lights up night

    'Cannons': Strange booming sounds heard in Southeastern, Pennsylvania

    YouTuber 'Christine Diamond' uploaded video of 'crazy sounds' she heard in the skies of Delaware County, Pennsylvania on December 2, 2018.

    'Christine' notes:
    People around here keep insisting it was a firework show in the next town. However the sound was very loud and deep it did not sound like a firework show. [more; take a listen - 5 min. long!]

  5. 'Weird sounds' heard in the skies over Malmö, Sweden [~ 30 sec. LOUD video]

    Alps battered by snowstorm over the weekend - up to 100 cms (almost 40 inches) falls

    Winter has arrived with a vengeance in the Alps after the biggest storm of the season battered ski resorts across France, Austria, Italy and Switzerland over the weekend.

    After a slow start to the ski season, with some resorts having to postpone their openings due to a lack of snow, the tables have turned and now resorts are dealing with too much snow and strong winds, meaning some ski areas have had to close due to high avalanche risk. [more]

    Bright meteor fireball over Granada, Spain on Dec.10 [~ 72 sec. in-depth video]

    Erin Brockovich: The weedkiller in our food is killing us

    Growing research show that glyphosate, one of the most widely used herbicides in the US, causes cancer

    On a recent Saturday afternoon, in an estuary near Tampa Bay, Florida, I watched airboats move up and down the river banks, spraying massive plumes of weedkiller on to the vegetation. The state of Florida was trying to control and kill off scores of plant species. Nearby, children were lying out in the sun, though they knew better than to swim in the water, which has recently been blooming with toxic algae. Mists of weedkiller drifted downwind toward them.

    The main active ingredient in that mist, and in the weedkiller being sprayed throughout Tampa Bay, is glyphosate, one of the most widely used herbicides in the US. First registered for use here in 1974, it is now an ingredient in more than 750 products, including the most widely deployed herbicide in the world, Monsanto's Roundup. For more than a generation, Americans have been using Roundup and other glyphosate-based chemicals to improve agricultural yields, manage forests, ripen fruit and kill the dandelions sprouting from our front lawns.

    This August, the jury in a civil trial found Monsanto, which was acquired earlier this year by the German chemical behemoth Bayer, guilty of causing the cancer of Dewayne Johnson, a school groundskeeper. The jury awarded Johnson $289m (a judge later reduced the award to $78m, citing statutory limits). Roughly 8,700 similar cases against Monsanto are also before the courts.

    Levels of glyphosate in the bodies of people in some areas appear to have jumped over 1,300% in the past 20 years, according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

    Unlike pharmaceuticals, which have to go through relatively rigorous (if imperfect) testing before being released on the marketplace, the vast majority of chemicals like glyphosate will never be adequately tested for their effects on ecosystems or human beings. [more]

  6. Wow, that was some crazy booming explodey sounds in Pennsylvania - just went on and on!