Saturday, January 12, 2019

Event Update For 2019-01-11

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

2019-01-11 - Woman dies in burning car as car and home go up in flames at 7:03 AM in New Albany (Kentucky):

Quote: "New Albany Fire Chief Matt Juliot said the call came in at 7:03 Friday morning and by the time crews arrived at 7:07 a.m., the house in Silver Hills was fully engulfed in flames. Crews did an initial search of the home and found no one inside, but on a secondary search they found an elderly woman, later identified by WAVE as Smith, in her vehicle, which was still parked in the attached garage. She was pronounced dead at the scene."

Quote: "Juliot said fire was heaviest in the rear of the house and on the side where the garage was located."

2019-01-11 - Refinery explodes and burns in coastal Aden (Yemen):

2019-01-11 - Plastic recycling center erupts in flame, fire gets huge, in coastal Dubai (UAE):

2019-01-11 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Erie (Pennsylvania):

2019-01-11 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Morristown (New Jersey):

2019-01-11 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, 12 scrap cars burn, in Wellington (Britain):

Quote: "Fire involving 12 scrap cars. Crews used two main jets to extinguish fire."

2019-01-11 - Wildfire rages into coastal Franskraal (South Africa), 31+ homes destroyed:

2019-01-11 - SUV and two cars destroyed by fire at 3:28 AM while parked at apartments in coastal Oakland (California):

Quote: "Officials believe the fire accidentally started in the engine compartment of one of the vehicles. The exact cause is under investigation."

2019-01-11 - Government twin-engine plane carrying Governor Ron DeSantis makes emergency landing in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

Note: An unknown odor sickened five members of the flight crew on a passenger plane the day before en route to Fort Lauderdale too, mentioned in the 2019-01-10 update...

2019-01-11 - Volcano Manam erupts again, spews ash 50,000 feet into the atmosphere, in Papua New Guinea:

2019-01-11 - Boat destroyed by fire while docked at marina in coastal Edgewater (Maryland):

Quote: "The 67-year-old owner of the boat was taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center in good condition with a non-related medical emergency."

2019-01-11 - Barge bursts into flame on the Shropshire Union Canal in Stoak (Britain):

Note: These are the 41st and 42nd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-01-11 - School bus bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in coastal Lacey (New Jersey):

2019-01-11 - Five school buses destroyed by fire just after 4 AM while parked in bus lot in Duncan (Canada), less than 1 mile from the ocean:

Quote: "Firefighters and RCMP arrived at the Mid Island Bus lot on Tzouhalem Road early Friday morning to find three buses engulfed in flames. Two more were damaged beyond repair."

Note: These are the 14th-19th school buses to burn in 2019, and these are the 23rd-28th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-01-11 - In separate incidents, passenger bus and Ferrari supercar burst into flame in coastal Selangor (Malaysia):

Note: This is the 29th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 222 in Ontelaunee Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 228 in Middlesex Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 4:30 AM on I-65 in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Hume Highway near Yass (Australia):

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer hauling bras bursts into flame on the A14 near Cambridge (Britain):

Quote: "Pictures posted on the service’s Twitter feed show thousands of bras on fire and crews using ladders to gain access to the lorry trailer."

Note: These are the 69th, 70th, 71st, 72nd and 73rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-01-11 - De-icing truck bursts into flame before 6 AM at Reno-Tahoe International Airport in Reno (Nevada):

2019-01-11 - Two RVs go up in flames while parked in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

Quote: "Upon arrival, one of RVs was fully engulfed in flames, according to BCFD Lt. David Lujan. He said the fire then spread to an adjacent RV."

Note: These are the 11th and 12th RVs to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-01-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked in parking garage, fire spreads to car, in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

2019-01-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-81 ramp in Binghamton (New York):

2019-01-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 69 near Sudbury (Canada):

2019-01-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on M5 ramp in Beverly Hills (Australia):

2019-01-11 - Car bursts into flame at 5:20 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Emporia (Kansas):

Quote: "Emporia Fire crews have dealt with a lot of vehicle fires over the past month, and another one was reported before sunrise Friday."

Quote: "Emporia Fire crews were dispatched to 218 Sylvan around 5:20 am. Battalion Chief Eron Steinlage tells KVOE News the fire apparently started in a car parked next to the house and then spread. The back end of the car was destroyed. Fire damage wasn't nearly as significant to the house, with some damage to the exterior and no fire spreading to the inside."

2019-01-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking garage at university in Gainesville (Florida):

2019-01-11 - Car bursts into flame on US 10 in Bay County (Michigan):

2019-01-11 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Castletown on the Isle of Man:

2019-01-11 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Zabbar on the island of Malta:

2019-01-11 - Two cars go up in flames while parked on Exeter Street in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2019-01-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 11:47 PM on Rainbow Road in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2019-01-11 - Two scooters destroyed by fire while parked on Pear Tree Lane in Whitchurch (Britain):

2019-01-11 - Semi trailer bursts into flame while parked at bakery, fire spreads to building, in coastal Southampton (New York):

2019-01-11 - Two cars, lawn mower and garage destroyed by fire at home in Warren County (Kentucky):

2019-01-11 - Barn destroyed by fire near Gibsonburg (Ohio), 2 ponies killed:

2019-01-11 - Huge warehouse destroyed by massive fire in Bunn (North Carolina):

Quote: "The fire started at about 8:30 a.m. at the Montclair Warehouse complex on N.C. Highway 98 East in Bunn. Hemp used for oils and fabrics, farm equipment and outdoor supplies were stored in the facility."

2019-01-11 - Manufacturing plant heavily damaged by fire in Russellville (Arkansas):

2019-01-11 - Rubber factory heavily damaged by fire in coastal Mumbai (India):

2019-01-11 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Sand Pit Lane in Accomac (Virginia):

2019-01-11 - Home damaged by fire at 5 AM on Tidewater Drive in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2019-01-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Neapolis area in Columbia (Tennessee):

Quote: "Preliminary reports from those at the scene indicate the fire began behind a television located in a bedroom, but the incident remains under investigation."

2019-01-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire just before 3 AM on Florine Boulevard in St. Charles suburb of St. Louis (Missouri), 3 injured:

2019-01-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Pearl River (Louisiana), dogs killed:

2019-01-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River:

2019-01-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Champaign (Illinois), nobody there:

2019-01-11 - Home destroyed by fire just before 11 PM on Winding Way Road in Boones Mill (Virginia):

2019-01-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Redbridge Road in Chesterfield County (Virginia):

2019-01-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Crocker Springs Road in Whites Creek (Tennessee):

2019-01-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Concord Street in Davenport (Iowa):

2019-01-11 - Home destroyed by fire in Holland (Michigan), several injured:

2019-01-11 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida), 2 dogs killed:

2019-01-11 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Dayton (Ohio):

2019-01-11 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 5:12 AM on North 14th Street in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2019-01-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 5:46 AM in coastal Glasgow (Scotland), 3 injured:

2019-01-11 - Deadly fire burns mobile home just after 5 AM in Rising Sun (Maryland), 1 killed:

2019-01-11 - Deadly fire burns home in Homer (Illinois), 1 killed:

Note: Doh!

2019-01-11 - Deadly fire burns home at 6 AM on Stoutland Creek Road near Stoutland (Missouri), 1 killed:

2019-01-11 - Deadly fire destroys home at 6 AM on East Steele Street in Herkimer (New York), 3 killed:

2019-01-11 - Deadly fire burns condo building on Keller Springs Road in North Dallas (Texas), 1 killed:

2019-01-11 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 6:40 AM in Orlando (Florida):

2019-01-11 - Man, 19, has 'medical episode' at jail, dies shortly later, in Bexar County (Texas):

Quote: "19-year-old inmate at the Bexar County Adult Detention Center died early Friday morning after 'suffering an apparent medical episode' Thursday, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office said in a news release."

2019-01-11 - Middle-aged man found dead in the water in inlet at Naval Base San Diego in the Tidelands area of coastal National City (California):

2019-01-11 - Man found dead in the Winnipesaukee River in Tilton (New Hampshire):

2019-01-11 - Man found dead in ditch along Autumn Orchard Loop in Alexandria (Louisiana):

2019-01-11 - Man found dead on Whistler Street in Prichard (Alabama):

2019-01-11 - Man, 58, found dead in jail cell in Pueblo (Colorado):

2019-01-11 - Man, 65, dies during open-water race in coastal Lorne (Australia):

2019-01-11 - Man, 28, dies in the water at Whangarei Falls (New Zealand):

2019-01-11 - Man, 30 to 35, found dead in the Hennops River in Pretoria (South Africa):

2019-01-11 - Man, around 35, found dead in canal in Kolkata (India):

2019-01-11 - Man found dead near store on Pellon Lane in Halifax (Britain):

2019-01-11 - Man, 64, has 'medical emergency', four cars crash, in Spanaway (Washington), 1 killed:

Quote: "A Tacoma man is dead following a medical emergency and car crash involving four vehicles on state Route 7 Friday evening."

2019-01-11 - Woman, 68, has 'medical episode' and slumps over unconscious, three cars crash, in coastal Sarasota (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "Sandra Lee Kemper, 68, was pronounced dead following a medical episode leading to a crash at County Road 765 and U.S. 41. The two other drivers did not have any injuries, according to the Florida Highway Patrol press release."

2019-01-11 - Driver has 'medical issue', car slams into pole, in Tucson (Arizona), 1 injured:

Quote: "TPD has confirmed that the driver crashed due to a medical issue and has been transported to hospital with non life-threatening injuries."

2019-01-11 - Small plane crash-lands in Norton St Philip, Bath (Britain):

2019-01-11 - Medical helicopter crashes at airport in Ponca City (Oklahoma):

2019-01-11 - Double-decker bus crashes into platform at bus station in Ottawa (Canada), 3 killed, 20 injured:

2019-01-11 - Two tractor trailers crash on I-35 in Waco (Texas):

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer veers off road shortly after 6:30 AM, crashes into woods, on I-95 in coastal Milford (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4:20 AM on I-26 in Orangeburg (South Carolina):

2019-01-11 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 30 in Lancaster County (Pennsylvania):

2019-01-11 - School van crashes into business in Chambersburg (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2019-01-11 - SUV veers off road, crashes into tree, in coastal Antioch (California), 2 killed, 4 injured:

2019-01-11 - SUV veers off road, crashes into pole, in Houston (Texas), 2 injured:

2019-01-11 - SUV plows into building in coastal Georgetown, Washington DC, 2 injured:

2019-01-11 - Pickup truck veers off road, plows into pedestrians, in coastal Baltimore (Maryland), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2019-01-11 - Car crashes into furniture business, bursts into flame, in Harrison County (West Virginia):

2019-01-11 - Coyote(s) attack and kill pet dog in coastal Warwick (Rhode Island):

2019-01-11 - Sewer pipe collapses, huge sinkhole opens, in coastal Durban (South Africa):

2019-01-11 - Alaska shaken by 81 earthquakes this year, so far:

2019-01-11 - Tornado rips through Bandung (Indonesia):

2019-01-11 - Miami-Dade’s septic tanks are already failing due to sea rise:

2019-01-11 - Earth’s magnetic field is acting up and geologists don’t know why:

2019-01-11 - Fracked shale oil wells drying up faster than predicted, Wall Street Journal finds:

2019-01-11 - The era of easy recycling may be coming to an end:

2019-01-11 - Samsung unveils 219-inch television called 'The Wall':

Quote: "Samsung showed off the massive 219-inch TV at the CES Technology show in Las Vegas. In case you’re wondering, the screen measures more than 18 feet; that's impressive. The massive TV dubbed 'The Wall' uses a technology called micro LED which creates a brighter image using less energy than current televisions."


  1. Hey Jonny! Yo, everybody! Wutts up? Not the temperature around heren- heading for 19F tonight.

    As far as i can tell, looking back in the archives, Jonny, your conjecture regarding aircraft smoking and burning in 2018 was correct - WAY up compared to 2017 (which was down from 2016)! The three year average is 153/yr or about 13/month. 2018 averaged close to 16 per month.

    [from our They Lie About Everything desk]
    The “skills gap” was a lie
    New research shows it was the consequence of high unemployment rather than its cause.

    a new paper from Alicia Sasser Modestino, Daniel Shoag, and Joshua Ballance presented this week at the American Economics Association’s annual conference that shows the skeptics were right all along — employers responded to high unemployment by making their job descriptions more stringent. When unemployment went down thanks to the demand-side recovery, suddenly employers got more relaxed again. [more]


    On the topic of unfettered corruption, Wall Street got everything wrong in 2018

    What went wrong in 2018 was mostly due to trade wars and rate hikes. Which explains why these stupid fucking jackasses are so confident on 201

    Recall, 2018 was the worst year ever in terms of number of asset classes declining: 90% of asset classes down

    It was a dubious achievement which should have been ample warning that ALL global asset classes are now correlated to the downside, on an unprecedented scale.

    To kick things off in style, the New Year was heralded by a flash crash in the world's carry currency. Which "coincidentally" came at the mid-point of the global RISK ON Santa Rally.

    But that was ten days ago, so we can understand why it has long since been forgotten [more]

    [next part below]

  2. BLACK BEAR NEWS 1.12.19 The polar vortex split apart. Here s what to expect. [22.5 min.]

    Sunday, 13 January 2019
    Catherine Austin Fitts on the missing $21 trillion
    Catherine Austin Fitts – Federal Government Running Secret Open Bailout [~ 44.25 min. Greg Hunter interview]

    $21 trillion in “missing money” at the DOD and HUD that was discovered by Dr. Mark Skidmore and Catherine Austin Fitts in 2017 has now become a national security issue. The federal government is not talking or answering questions, even though the DOD recently failed its first ever audit. Fitts says, “This is basically an open running bailout. Under this structure, you can transfer assets out of the federal government into private ownership, and nobody will know and nobody can stop it. There is no oversight whatsoever. You can’t even know who is doing it. I’m telling you they just took the United States government, they just changed the governance model by accounting policy to a fascist government. If you are an investor, you don’t know who owns those assets, and there is no evidence that you do. . . . If the law says you have to produce audited financial statements and you refuse to do so for 20 years, and then when somebody calls you on it, you proceed to change the accounting laws that say you can now run secret books for all the agencies and over 100 related entities.”

    In closing, Fitts says, “We cannot sit around and passively depend on a guy we elected President. The President cannot fix this. We need to fix this. . . . This is Main Street versus Wall Street. This is honest books versus dirty books. If you want the United States in 10 years to resemble anything what it looked like 20 years ago, you are going to have to do it, and there is no one else who can do it. You have to first get the intelligence to know what is happening.” [more]

    Record snowfalls which only happen once every 50 to a 100 years and winds of 50m per second has killed at least 21 with more missing as Europe grinds to a halt

    [50 m/sec ~ 112 mph!]

    Heavy snowfalls brought chaos to parts of Germany, Norway and Sweden on Friday, leaving roads blocked, trains halted and schools shut.

    A 1,000ft wall of snow thundered into Hotel Säntis in Schwägalp in northeastern Switzerland, with at least one person needing to be dug out of the snow.

    Austria one of the counties worst hit had more than 3 meters, (10ft) of snowfall on Thursday and Friday.

    The storms have now killed at least 21 people with more missing. [more]

    [contains this article]
    BBC weather: EXTREME Arctic snow sparks PANIC in Europe after '-33C temperature plunge'

    EUROPE is suffering a blitz of snow chaos - with several countries declaring a state of emergency after blizzards and avalanches claimed dozens of lives. [more]

    Germany and Austria send in the troops and tanks to rescue homeowners in Europe as monster snowstorm blanket's more than half of United States

    Germany and Austria send in the troops and tanks to rescue homeowners from neck-deep snow in Germany and Austria as the whiteout looked to continue past the weekend. [more]

    [Rice Farmer via seemorerocks]
    Sunday, 13 January 2019
    Headlines - 01/13/2019

    Methane and earthquake update - 01/12/2019
    Methane & Earthquake Report with Margo (Jan. 12, 2019) [44 min. video]

  3. 'Diamond dust' ice crystals seen in Hokkaido, Japan

    A winter phenomenon known as "diamond dust" has been observed in the town of Biei in the northern Japanese prefecture of Hokkaido.

    The natural phenomenon is seen when frigid temperatures cause water vapor in the air to freeze and sparkle in the sunlight.

    On Sunday, many people with cameras gathered in mountainous areas of the town, where the mercury fell to minus 25.8 degrees Celsius in the morning. [more]

    'Super wolf blood moon' to welcome in 2019 with rare celestial spectacle this month

    What is a ‘super blood Wolf moon’?

    “So a super blood wolf moon" is: a) the first full moon in January; b) a full moon occurring when the distance between the Earth and Moon is as short as possible; c) a lunar eclipse--all happening at once!” Gregg said, adding that it is a rare phenomena.

    When could I see it?

    The total lunar eclipse will begin on Sunday, Jan. 20 at 11:41 p.m. EST and last until 12:44 a.m. on Monday, Jan 21, according to, which pinpoints the peak viewing at 12:16 a.m. EST on Jan. 21. [more]

    [more below]

  4. [here's what Jonny's living through]
    Five dead after massive snowstorm pummels US Midwest

    A winter storm that buried the US Midwest in snow has resulted in at least five roadway deaths. Photos and videos posted to social media show the storm's chaotic aftermath.

    The storm blanketed Kansas and Missouri on Friday, with heavy snowfall continuing into Saturday. It also hit parts of other states including Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.

    Areas around St. Louis, Missouri were affected the hardest, with Reuters reporting that a foot and a half of snow was recorded west of the city. [more]

    Unexplained booms heard in southeastern Ohio

    No source has been confirmed for loud, explosion-type noises reported in Brookfield.

    "Very distinct, it's something you've not heard here before and it's loud, very loud it's like an explosion, I call it an explosion boom," Douglas said.

    A commenter on the article said she's heard the same sounds in Pennsylvania, some 25 miles away [more]

    Giant snowbanks draw sightseers to North Mountain in Nova Scotia

    Some banks tower four metres high -- about the height of a typical office building. [more]

    [from our Health desk today]
    Scientists confirm elderberry beats the flu, prevents colds & strengthens immunity

    This powerful plant effectively fights inflammation in the body, relieves nerve pain, treats the flu and colds, cures sinus issues, soothes allergies, and treats constipation.

    The Secret Logistics of America’s Global Deep State [source: Eric Zuesse]

    Why is America’s Baghdad Embassy the world’s largest embassy — and the largest by far?

    “It’s as if the U.S. Embassy is there not only to protect American interests, but to manage the entire world from the heart of the capital, Baghdad.”

    The world’s largest embassy is situated in the Green Zone and fortified by three walls, another barrier of concrete slabs, followed by barbed wire fences and a wall of sandbags. It covers an area of 104 acres, six times larger than U.N. headquarters in New York and ten times larger than the new embassy Washington is building in Beijing – which is just 10 acres.

    On January 1st, Will Sillitoe headlined at the Helsinki Times, “What does the US embassy in Baghdad export to Finland and dozens of other countries?”

    On December 29th, Sillitoe had headlined “Guarded warehouse near airport and mysterious cargos from Baghdad; what is the US embassy in Helsinki up to?”

    . . 727,525 pounds, or 364 tons, . . are going from the world’s largest Embassy, America’s in Baghdad, to America’s eastern states.

    In addition, around another 1,091,287 pounds are going from the Baghdad Embassy to other locations throughout the world.
    [more; very strange]

  5. Earth's erratic magnetic field forces emergency update to global navigation system

    The erratic movement has forced the scientists tasked with monitoring the planet's magnetic field to update their system that underlies global navigation, from Google Maps to shipping.

    As liquid iron swirls around in the Earth's core, the magnetic field - and therefore the poles - shift around gradually and often unpredictably. [more]

    [this is why your "heat from beneath' observation is correct, Jonny]

    Taiwan: Road destroyed by gaseous mud geyser

    Like almost all farmers in the northern ends of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, 2018 was one for the record books, and not in a good way. The Pensacola area saw just over 90 inches of rain total last year, which is 2 feet more than it normally does. Mickey Diamond, a cotton and peanut farmer in Jay, said his town saw over 100 inches of rain.

    The rain was relentless, farmers said. It didn't just come in a handful of big weather events like it usually does. Instead, the rain came just about once a week, every week, during the fall and winter, drenching crops, fields and equipment and giving nothing a chance to dry. [more]

    Snowstorm blankets mid-Atlantic U.S., at least 7 dead in Midwest

    A massive winter storm rolled eastward to the mid-Atlantic United States on Sunday after dropping more than a foot of snow on parts of the Midwest and killing at least 7 people in highway accidents on Saturday.

    Four people in Missouri and three in Kansas died in roadway accidents, authorities in both states reported. [more]

    Storm reports: Heavy snow, ice disrupt travel in the mid-Atlantic after proving deadly in the Midwest

    While snow tapers off across Missouri, Illinois and Indiana on Sunday, residents of the mid-Atlantic will face power outages, slick roads and travel delays as snow and ice continue to pile up on Sunday.

    "For many areas, this will be a long-duration winter storm event that lasts more than 12 hours and perhaps as long as 48 hours in some cases," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said. [more; i pushed about an inch off the driveway]

    Powerful winter storm leaves 9 people dead, thousands stranded on roads, U.S.

    A powerful winter storm, named Gia by The Weather Channel, pummeled parts of the Midwest on January 11 and 12, 2019, causing hundreds of road accidents, claiming lives of at least 9 people and leaving thousands stranded on roads. Gia will continue shifting east off the Carolina coast through January 13. Heavy snow will continue over portions of the Mid-Atlantic while freezing rain is expected for the western Carolinas into southern Virginia. The snow and ice will contribute to slick travel into tonight. Meanwhile, several storm systems will batter the West Coast over the next week with heavy rain, mountain snow and rough surf. [more]