Monday, February 11, 2019

Event Update For 2019-02-10

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

2019-02-10 - Man, 53, burns to death in fire at 12:53 AM near motel in Marietta (Georgia):

2019-02-10 - Refinery damaged by explosion and fire in Roxana (Illinois), near the Mississippi River, 1 injured:

Quote: "Currently, the refinery is processing 314,000 barrels (42 gallons to a barrel) of oil a day. The refinery supplies a large number of petroleum products to the St. Louis Metro Area market, along with jet fuel to St. Louis Lambert International Airport."

2019-02-10 - Landfill fire breaks out shortly before 5 AM on Smiths Creek Road in Kimball (Michigan):

2019-02-10 - Spate of mysterious explosions rattle people from Arizona to New York:

2019-02-10 - Russian satellite recording unexplained atmospheric explosions:

Quote: "For example, during Lomonosov's flight at an altitude of several dozen kilometres, we have registered several times a very powerful 'explosion' of light. But everything was clear underneath it, no storms, no clouds..."

Note: Upper atmosphere methane explosions? Methane IS a lighter-than-air gas so that's where it would tend to accumulate and concentrate...

2019-02-10 - Atmospheric CO2 levels hit 414.27 PPM:

2019-02-10 - Insects dying off hard all around the planet:

Quote: "The world’s insects are hurtling down the path to extinction, threatening a 'catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems', according to the first global scientific review. More than 40% of insect species are declining and a third are endangered, the analysis found. The rate of extinction is eight times faster than that of mammals, birds and reptiles. The total mass of insects is falling by a precipitous 2.5% a year, according to the best data available, suggesting they could vanish within a century."

Quote: "Insect population collapses have recently been reported in Germany and Puerto Rico, but the review strongly indicates the crisis is global. The researchers set out their conclusions in unusually forceful terms for a peer-reviewed scientific paper: 'The [insect] trends confirm that the sixth major extinction event is profoundly impacting [on] life forms on our planet. Unless we change our ways of producing food, insects as a whole will go down the path of extinction in a few decades,' they write. 'The repercussions this will have for the planet’s ecosystems are catastrophic to say the least.'"

Note: Seeing as the current extinction event is a repeat of the Permian-Triassic extinction event, the worst extinction event in Earth's history and one of the very few where even insects took a significant hit, this planetary die-off of insects is not surprising. As bad as it sounds though, at least some species of insects will survive the current extinction event. Human beings will not...

2019-02-10 - Home damaged by explosion on Cliffside Drive in Akron (Ohio):

2019-02-10 - Home and car destroyed by explosion and fire in Casco Township (Michigan), near Lake Michigan, 1 injured:

Quote: "Photos from the scene show the home reduced to smoldering debris and a burned-out car."

Note: These are the 22nd and 23rd residential explosions in 2018...

2019-02-10 - University of St Andrews heavily damaged by fire in coastal St Andrews (Scotland), 1300 feet from the ocean:

2019-02-10 - Boat bursts into flame at Haulover Park in coastal Miami (Florida), nobody aboard:

2019-02-10 - Two boats go up in flames at 1:45 AM at marina in coastal Greenock (Scotland):

Quote: "Police Scotland said: 'Around 1.50am on Sunday 10 February 2019, police were called to a report of two boats on fire at Kip Marina, Inverkip. Emergency services attended and two boats were found to be significantly damaged, with further damage to a third boat.'"

2019-02-10 - In separate incidents, two fishing boats burst into flame within 24 hours, near coastal Veraval and coastal Jafrabad (India):

Note: These are the 140th, 141st, 142nd, 143rd, 144th and 145th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-02-10 - School bus bursts into flame on I-95 in Garysburg (North Carolina):

Note: This is the 33rd school bus to burn in 2019, and this is the 88th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-02-10 - Eight private buses go up in flames while parked at bus depot in Kurla area in coastal Mumbai (India):

Quote: "Eight private buses kept at the Nehru Nagar ST bus depot in Kurla by the Mumbai RTO caught fire at 3.45 pm on Sunday."

Note: These are the 89th, 90th, 91st, 92nd, 93rd, 94th, 95th and 96th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-02-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Bruce Highway south of Sarina (Australia):

Note: This is the 236th tractor/tanker/semi to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-02-10 - Van bursts into flame on the M5 near Stroud (Britain):

2019-02-10 - Van bursts into flame on the B4371 near Presthope (Britain):

2019-02-10 - SUV bursts into flame on Highway 33 in Guthrie (Oklahoma):

2019-02-10 - Two cars destroyed by fire while parked at pharmacy, three more damaged, in Byfield (Massachusetts):

2019-02-10 - Car bursts into flame at Dollar General in Taneytown (Maryland):

2019-02-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at restaurant in Redding (California):

2019-02-10 - Car bursts into flame at 5:45 AM on Rochelle Swamp Road in Newsoms (Virginia):

2019-02-10 - Car bursts into flame on the Calder Highway in Ravenswood (Australia):

2019-02-10 - Car bursts into flame at 2:29 AM in Walkington Heads (Britain):

Quote: "Walkington Heads, Walkington. Sun 10 Feb 2019 02:29 (No:02733) Car fire. 2 hose reels, 1 BA for comfort wear."

2019-02-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 29 between Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge (Canada):

2019-02-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 2:54 AM on Buchanan Road in Carlisle (Britain):

Quote: "Vehicle Fire, Carlisle(Carlisle) 10 Feb 2019 At 02:54 hours one fire engine from Carlisle East went to reports of a vehicle on fire on Buchanan Road Carlisle. On arrival fire fighters quickly dealt with a severe fire involving two vehicles and bushes which were well alight on arrival. They used two hose reel jets and one breathing apparatus. Fire fighters were detained at scene for approximately forty five minutes."

2019-02-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M180 in Humberside (Britain):

Quote: "Mw M18. Sun 10 Feb 2019 11:48 (No:02754) Vehicle fire extinguished using two hose reels and one breathing apparatus for comfort. Small tools in use to disconnect vehicle battery."

2019-02-10 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked on Greentop Road near Ellendale (Delaware), 4 injured:

2019-02-10 - Motorcycle showroom goes up in flames in Dhaka (Bangladesh):

2019-02-10 - Barn destroyed by fire at 2 AM in Dellona (Wisconsin), some animals killed:

2019-02-10 - Barn destroyed by fire in Smithfield (Virginia):

2019-02-10 - Barn destroyed by fire near Rossville (Kansas):

2019-02-10 - Barn damaged by fire on Forest Street in Dunstable (Massachusetts):

2019-02-10 - Barn and hay go up in flames at 4:01 AM in Foxcote, Frome (Britain):

2019-02-10 - Machine shed and farm machinery destroyed by fire on Conservation Road in Brooke-Alvinston (Canada):

2019-02-10 - Paper mill damaged by fire in Cedar Rapids (Iowa):

2019-02-10 - Pub heavily damaged by fire just before 4 AM in coastal North Charleston (South Carolina):

2019-02-10 - Bowling alley heavily damaged by fire at 12:30 AM in Davenport (Iowa):

2019-02-10 - Garage destroyed by fire at 6 AM at home in Albert Lea (Minnesota):

2019-02-10 - Garage destroyed by huge fire at home near Columbia (Tennessee):

2019-02-10 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire in Rancho Bernardo (California):

2019-02-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Alberton Road in Euclid (Ohio):

2019-02-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Lee Street in Hartsville (South Carolina):

2019-02-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire before 6:15 AM in Montrose (Iowa):

2019-02-10 - Firefighter's home destroyed by garage fire in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2019-02-10 - Home destroyed by fire on Shell Road in coastal Hampton (Virginia):

2019-02-10 - Home destroyed by fire on Hamilton Meadows Drive in Winnipeg (Canada):

2019-02-10 - Mansion heavily damaged by fire on Good Hill Road in Weston (Connecticut), nobody there:

2019-02-10 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on Bridgeboro Street in Riverside (New Jersey), near the Delaware River:

2019-02-10 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Salisbury (Maryland), 2 injured:

2019-02-10 - Deadly fire burns home near Apple Street and South Ewing Street in Indianpolis (Indiana), 1 killed:

2019-02-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 6:30 AM on Stanton Road in Champion (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2019-02-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 1:55 AM in Lyon Mountain (New York), 1 killed:

2019-02-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 4:45 AM on Kinkead Avenue in Fort Smith (Arkansas), 1 killed:

Note: Charred garage in one of the pics with two cars in it...

2019-02-10 - Deadly fire destroys home at 1:15 AM on Tuleta Hill Road in Markesan (Wisconsin), 520 feet from Green Lake, 1 killed:

2019-02-10 - Deadly fire destroys home near Great Bend (Kansas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2019-02-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 6:30 AM on Folly Road on coastal James Island (South Carolina):

2019-02-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Plum Street in Montgomery (Alabama):

2019-02-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Trumbull Street in Bellaire (Ohio):

2019-02-10 - Huge number of cuttlefish wash up dead at beach in coastal Bahía Inglesa (Chile):

2019-02-10 - Three men and a woman found dead in submerged car in the water at dike in Obdam (Netherlands):,Four-Poles-found-dead-in-car-in-Dutch-canal

2019-02-10 - Three girls, 11-14, found dead in well in Kakkanur (India):

2019-02-10 - Two men die in the Ganga River in Mirzapur (India):

2019-02-10 - Man, 19 or 20, dies after being pulled from swimming pool in Bhiwandi (India):

2019-02-10 - Man found dead in bathtub at hotel in Bloomington (Minnesota):

2019-02-10 - Trucker slumps over dead in big rig at Flying J Travel Center in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2019-02-10 - Man, 33, slumps over dead in car in McComb (Mississippi):

2019-02-10 - Woman, 24, found dead in submerged car in pond in Kemp (Texas):

2019-02-10 - Woman, 39, found dead in hair salon on South Center Street in Marshalltown (Iowa):

2019-02-10 - Person found dead in culvert along Pinholster Road in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-02-10 - Person falls off boat and dies in the Caloosahatchee River in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

2019-02-10 - Man, 26, falls off boat and dies in Catahoula Lake north of Alexandria (Louisiana):

2019-02-10 - Man, 40, found dead in jail cell in Plattsmouth (Nebraska):

2019-02-10 - Person found dead near shopping center in Durham (North Carolina):

2019-02-10 - Man, around 50, found dead in Pulaski Park near the Passaic River in Passaic (New Jersey):

Quote: "The railroad tracks and park are behind Casimir Pulaski School No. 8, near the Passaic River."

2019-02-10 - Man dies while snorkeling off the Mornington Peninsula (Australia):

Quote: "A snorkeller has been found dead on the sea floor in waters off the Mornington Peninsula. Police were alerted to the missing man when he failed to return to shore at Mount Eliza about 5pm on Sunday. A search was conducted by helicopter over waters off Daveys Bay Road. Police spotted the man's body on the sea floor just after 6pm."

Quote: "It has been a deadly summer in Victorian waters, with Lifesaving Victoria reporting there were 22 fatal drownings between December 1 and February 4."

2019-02-10 - Man, 31, found dead in well in Cheyyur (India):

2019-02-10 - Man found dead in river in Charlton (Britain):

2019-02-10 - Man in his 30s drops dead at Travelodge in Camborne (Britain), 2.3 miles from the ocean:

2019-02-10 - Small plane makes emergency landing on road, hits pole and fence, in Culpeper (Virginia), engine failure:

2019-02-10 - Small plane makes emergency landing on coastal Blacksmiths Beach near Newcastle (Australia), engine failure:

2019-02-10 - Gyrocopter makes emergency landing near the Vaal Marina in Vereeniging (South Africa), 1 killed:

2019-02-10 - Passenger bus veers off road and overturns, in Dinajpur (Bangladesh), 15 injured:

2019-02-10 - Tanker truck overturns, bursts into flame, fire spreads to shops and homes, in Amawbia (Nigeria), 7 killed:

2019-02-10 - Two pickup trucks collide head-on at 4:47 AM on Platte River bridge, fire erupts, near Minden (Nebraska), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2019-02-10 - Car crashes into two parked cars in parking lot in Phoenix (Arizona), 1 killed:

Quote: "Authorities say a man who died after his car crashed into unoccupied vehicles in a Phoenix parking lot may have suffered a medical problem. Phoenix police have identified the victim as 44-year-old Gerardo Aguirre."

2019-02-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, bursts into flame, on Riverview Drive in Spring Valley Lake (California):

2019-02-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into canal, in coastal Miami (Florida):

2019-02-10 - Mostly naked woman runs onto airport grounds and disrupts flights in Florence (South Carolina):

2019-02-10 - Swarms of bees regularly attacking students at school in Goo (Ghana):

2019-02-10 - Sinkhole opens and swallows a river in Babadan (Indonesia):

2019-02-10 - Bridge collapses into drain at wedding in Hoshiyarpur (India), 2 injured:

2019-02-10 - Dam breaks in West Java (Indonesia), 3 killed:

2019-02-10 - New Zealand to stay dry despite cyclone brewing in the Pacific:

2019-02-10 - Historic storm pounds Hawaii with huge waves and rare snow:

2019-02-10 - Winter storm dumps up to 42 inches of snow in 24 hours at ski resorts at Lake Tahoe (Nevada):

2019-02-10 - 'Terrifying loud noise' heard at 2 AM in Austin (Texas):

Note: That'd freak me the eff out. In fact, just listening to it DID freak me the eff out!


  1. Yeah, Jonny - it was one of the eeriest "sky" noises i've heard.

    i have a two-hour delay of classes this morning, so i have time to comment. [by the time i finished this comment, classes were cancelled for the day]

    Methane & Earthquake Report with Margo (Feb. 11, 2019) [~ 64 min.]

    Plummeting insect numbers ‘threaten catastrophic collapse of nature’

    Nearly half of all insect species worldwide are in rapid decline and a third could disappear altogether, according to a study warning of dire consequences for crop pollination and natural food chains.

    “We are witnessing the largest extinction event on Earth since the late Permian and Cretaceous periods,” the authors noted.

    New winter storms invade Pacific Northwest, northern tier of the United States

    Snow is falling across the Pacific Northwest and the northern Rockies as a cyclone invades from the Pacific Ocean, the Weather Prediction Center (WPC) reports. [more]

    Animals fish birds insects plants soil oceans all in desperate trouble as droughts floods temperature and wildfires increase rapidly

    More than 20,000 dead guillemots washed up dead on Dutch beaches blamed on severe starvation due to lack of fish

    2018 fourth warmest year in continued warming trend, according to NASA, NOAA – The past five years are, collectively, the warmest years in the modern record

    [2nd part below]

  2. Colombia’s disaster-ridden hydropower project runs second largest river dry – “The greatest environmental crime that has ever happened in Colombia”

    Huge ice chunks break off New Zealand glacier – “We’ve got skyscraper-size icebergs floating around on the lake”

    Insect Apocalypse: The Global Food Chain Is Experiencing A Major Extinction Event And Scientists Don’t Know Why

    Scientists are telling us that we have entered “the sixth major extinction” in the history of our planet. A brand new survey of 73 scientific reports that was just released has come to the conclusion that the total number of insects on the globe is falling by 2.5 percent per year. If we stay on this current pace, the survey warns that there might not be “any insects at all” by the year 2119. And since insects are absolutely critical to the worldwide food chain, that has extremely ominous implications for all of us. [more]

    [he clearly doesn't understand that it's not a linear rate]

    NASA finds possible second impact crater under Greenland ice

    This follows the finding, announced in November 2018, of a 19-mile-wide crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier-the first meteorite impact crater ever discovered under Earth's ice sheets. Though the newly found impact sites in northwest Greenland are only 114 miles apart, at present they do not appear to have formed at the same time.

    If the second crater, which has a width of over 22 miles [holy crap!], is ultimately confirmed as the result of a meteorite impact, it will be the 22nd largest impact crater found on Earth. [more]

    6 killed, 1 injured in landslide in Myanmar's northernmost state

    Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten global collapse of nature'

  3. Huge and bright fireball over Venezuela, prompts alien reports

    Epic space picture: A comet, a meteor, Nebula and the Pleiades

    A wide-field scene shows Comet 46P/Wirtanen making its historic approach to Earth on Dec. 15, 2018. This panoramic view also features the Pleiades star cluster, the California Nebula and a meteor. [more]

    The real purpose of Russia’s 100-megaton underwater nuclear doomsday device POSEIDON

    Russia is said to have built a new 100-megaton underwater nuclear doomsday device, and it has threatened the US with it. ‘Poseidon’ goes beyond traditional ideas of nuclear warfighting and poses a direct threat to the future of humanity or life on Earth. YES WHILE MOST NUCLEAR WEAPONS CAND END A CITY, RUSSIA’S POSEIDON COULD END A CONTINENT. Nobody has ever built a weapon like this before, because there’s almost no military utility in so badly destroying the world. The weapon might have a larger role in helping Russian President Vladimir Putin break down NATO with the threat of nuclear destruction. [more]

    At least 10 people killed, 1 800 injured as heavy rain, floods and landslides hit Peru

    Recent heavy rains and landslides claimed lives of at least 10 people and injured 1 800 across southern Peru, the country's President Martin Vizcarra said Monday, February 11, 2019. States of emergency were declared in a number of provinces.

    No one knows the reason why human feet keep washing ashore in the Pacific Northwest

    Speculation surged once again Tuesday following Monday's announcement by Canadian authorities that a human foot had washed ashore in Vancouver -- the 15th such occurrence in British Columbia in just over a decade. The grisly phenomenon has captivated the minds of the public and media for years, with theories of the feets' origins ranging from natural disasters to something more sinister.

    British Columbia's coroner's service has determined that the latest foot belonged to a man yet have been unable to match its DNA with any databases. An identification specialist said the foot's former owner was most likely under the age of 50. [more]

    Mountains rumbling: Five most active volcanoes in the Indonesian archipelago

    The eruption of little-known volcano Mount Karangetang in Siau Island, North Sulawesi, has added to the list of active volcanoes that have recently awakened in the archipelago, home to more than 230 million people. [more]

    Gray whale found dead in Altata, Mexico

    [more below]

  4. Beached whale shark dies on coast of West Java, Indonesia

    The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has included the whale shark, the largest living fish, on its red list, calling it "endangered". The species' population is believed to have decreased by more than 50 percent over the last 75 years. [more]

    Rare black-browed albatross from the southern hemisphere turns up in Cornwall, UK

    "They breed in the southern hemisphere, in the Falklands. It's incredibly unusual to see them here. [more]

    GoFundMe: Protect the National Butterfly Center from Trump border wall – $82K of $100K goal raised

    U.S. wealth concentration returns to levels not seen since the Roaring Twenties – The 400 richest Americans own more than bottom 150 million – “For the rich, wealth begets power”

    The 400 richest Americans — the top 0.00025 percent of the population — have tripled their share of the nation’s wealth since the early 1980s, according to a new working paper on wealth inequality by University of California at Berkeley economist Gabriel Zucman.

    Those 400 Americans own more of the country’s riches than the 150 million adults in the bottom 60 percent of the wealth distribution, who saw their share of the nation’s wealth fall from 5.7 percent in 1987 to 2.1 percent in 2014, according to the World Inequality Database maintained by Zucman and others.

    Lawmakers tell Pentagon: Revise and resubmit your climate-change report

    New study establishes link between climate change, conflict, and migration – “In a context of poor governance and a medium level of democracy, severe climate conditions can create conflict over scarce resources”

    The findings, published in the journal Global Environmental Change, suggest that climate change played a significant role in migration and asylum seeking in the period 2011–2015, with more severe droughts linked to exacerbating conflict. [more]

    Could climate change make it harder to get insurance in Australia? “There's $88 billion at risk in terms of damage from coastal erosion in Australia”

    At the moment, Townsville is more or less underwater and large parts of Tasmania are on fire.

    So with fires, floods and crazy weather becoming more frequent and severe, is Australia on its way to being uninsurable?

    The clean-up can take years and cost millions [more]

    The Silence Of The Circus Clowns

    The Bush clown hammered them pretty good. The Trump clown will finish them off...

    The question NOT being asked by today's apologists for rampant fraud, is what happens to Ponzi GDP when workers re-adjust their withholdings back to historical norms and otherwise figure out that they got scammed and are now financially in the hole for 2019?

    What happens then, is that the bailout queens now fretting over "socialism" will come to realize that without further bailouts their wealth is as fictional as their knowledge of history and economics.

    And then wealth inequality will be "fixed". [more]