Monday, March 25, 2019

Event Update For 2019-03-24

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

2019-03-24 - Hydrogen sulfide detected in home(s) after huge chemical facility fire in coastal Deer Park (Texas):

Quote: "Attorney Bill Ogden is already working with about 200 Deer Park area residents to file lawsuits again ITC. 'After the initial fire and then kind of the days following, they started feeling a lot of symptoms—a lot of nose bleeds, a lot of nausea, a lot of vomiting,' says Ogden. Ogden says his clients weren’t just impacted by the elevated benzene levels. One of them recorded hydrogen sulfide in his home Thursday morning at a level of 10 parts per million. 'It’s highly poisonous at certain levels,' says Ogden. 'The recommended exposure limit of hydrogen sulfide is 10 minutes at 10 parts per million.' The man lives less a mile and a half from the ITC facility. The reading occurred indoors during the Deer Park shelter in place."

2019-03-24 - Wildfire season gets a rip-roaring start in Washington State:

Quote: "Summer is still months away, but many folks in Washington enjoyed a glimpse of it with record-high temperatures last week as we headed into the official start of spring. Sadly, Thursday also marked the beginning of another season for the state: wildfire season. Areas in Washington state are already dealing with an unusually high number of wildfires: 50 total, with 49 on the west side of the state, according to the Department of Natural Resources."

Quote: "Generally, this pattern occurs during our peak fire season in late August through early October..."

Note: So 98% of the fires so far have been on the western side of the state, which is the side closest to the Pacific Ocean...

2019-03-24 - Ship operators raise alarms over spate of ship fires:

Quote: "The international shipping industry is wrestling with a spate of fires aboard vessels at sea in recent months that have crippled several big cargo ships, killed a number of seafarers and cost companies and their customers hundreds of millions of dollars in damages."

2019-03-24 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame while parked in garage at auto business, fire spreads, 3 more vehicles and garage destroyed too, near AuSable Forks (New York):

Quote: "The fire started in a flatbed truck in a garage at AuSable Motors at 13713 Route 9N, between the hamlets of AuSable Forks and Jay. Four vehicles and most of the building burned, owner John Roy said. 'I lost everything in there,' he said Monday. 'We had another building we were going to sell, but now we have to move into that one.' Roy said the garage was not insured."

2019-03-24 - Brush fire breaks out near homes in coastal Mims (Florida):

2019-03-24 - Resources for learning about effects of exposure to wildland fire smoke:

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 12:39 AM near Grand Lake (Colorado), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "One person was killed in an early morning home explosion in Grand County Sunday. Officials responded to the home on Mad Moose Lane near Grand Lake."

Quote: "The one that survived was actually outside of the house. He said when he woke up he was in the snow..."

Note: This is the 54th residential explosion in 2018...

2019-03-24 - Fishing boat explodes into flame near coastal Barat Muka Head (Malaysia), 1 killed:

Quote: "An Indonesian fisherman was killed, while two of his compatriots were rescued after an engine room explosion occurred about 7 nautical miles from Barat Muka Head, near here on Sunday (March 24)."

2019-03-24 - Boat bursts into flame, burns and sinks, on Dogwood Lake at Glendale Fish and Wildlife Area (Indiana):

Quote: "At 2:22 p.m., Friday Daviess County Sheriff's Department deputies responded to a call from a man who said he had a fire on his boat and it had sunk at Glendale Fish & Wildlife Area. The two men on the boat managed to swim to a wooden boat dock in the middle of the lake close to the main boat dock."

2018-03-24 - Boat bursts into flame at marina in coastal Fremantle (Australia):

Note: These are the 261st, 262nd and 263rd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-24 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-95 near Lumberton (North Carolina):

Note: This is the 18th car-hauler to burn in 2019...

2019-03-24 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on the A38 near Crownhill (Britain):

2019-03-24 - Four tractor trailers destroyed by fire while parked at truck stop in Lake Station (Indiana):

Quote: "A Sunday morning fire that destroyed four semi-trailer trucks parked near one another at the Flying J Travel Center is under investigation, according to Lake Station Fire Chief Chuck Fazekas."

2019-03-24 - Two tractor trailers go up in flames while parked at business in Hillsborough (New Jersey):

Quote: "A tractor trailer reportedly caught fire and spread to another parked next to it at around 8:40 p.m. in the parking lot of Brick & Shale at 75 Hamilton Road in Hillsborough, Police Lt. Mike McMahon said."

2019-03-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, near Kirup (Australia):

2019-03-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on State Highway 1 in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2019-03-24 - Tractor (telehandler) bursts into flame near Main Street in Hayton (Britain):

Quote: "Main Street, Hayton. Sun 24 Mar 2019 12:21 (No:05946) Fire involving teleporter in field. Teleporter 100% destroyed. 2 BA and 2 hose reels in use."

2019-03-24 - Tractor (telehandler) bursts into flame in Dunnington (Britain):

Quote: "Time 1820 Location: Dunnington, York Crews from Huntington and York attended reports of a farm vehicle on fire in a field. On arrival a fork-lift teleporter type vehicle was found to be well alight. Crews extinguished the fire using hose reels and breathing apparatus.  The fire was likely to have started by an electrical fault."

Note: These are the 472nd-483rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-24 - RV and RV trailer destroyed by fire while parked at home in Mount Airy (North Carolina):

Note: This is the 94th RV to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-24 - SUV bursts into flame on Glen Lily Road in Warren County (Kentucky):

2019-03-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at midnight in Vernon (Canada):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked at office building, fire spreads to building, in Detroit (Michigan):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Eagle Street in North Adams (Massachusetts):,568545

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on Route 12 in Muhlenberg Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on US 101 near coastal Humboldt Lagoons State Park (California):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame at 1:36 AM on Ijong Street in Braddon (Australia):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked in carpark on Valentino Row in Ironbridge (Britain):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame at 1:21 AM while parked at home on Hayes Lane in Exhall (Britain):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Kelly Mill (Britain):

2019-03-24 - Car bursts into flame on East Carr Road in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "East Carr Road, Hull. Sun 24 Mar 2019 15:53 (No:05965) Car fire. Crews extinguished using one hose reel."

2019-03-24 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-75 in Immokalee (Florida):

2019-03-24 - Scooter bursts into flame on Fuller Street in coastal Cleethorpes (Britain), 600 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "Fuller Street, Cleethorpes. Sun 24 Mar 2019 17:24 (No:05973) Scooter on fire. Scotty Backpack in use."

2019-03-24 - Two cars and home destroyed by fire on Hogback Road in Crown Point (New York):

Quote: "Although fire spreading to other structures was not a huge concern, Norton said that the homeowner lost two cars to the blaze."

2019-03-24 - SUV and garage destroyed by fire at home in Cedar Rapids (Iowa):

2019-03-24 - Barn full of equipment destroyed by fire just before 11 PM in North Whitehall Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-24 - Hospital heavily damaged by fire in Delhi (India):

2019-03-24 - Garage goes up in flames at home on South Palmetto Avenue in Marshfield (Wisconsin), nobody there:

2019-03-24 - Home damaged by fire on Sheffield Road in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2019-03-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Troy (Missouri), 4 injured:

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire on Reeder Mesa Road in Whitewater (Colorado), nobody there:

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire at 7 AM on Lantern Ridge Drive in Oxford (Ohio):

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM on Mountain View Lane in Vergennes (Vermont), 1 injured:

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire on Paw Paw Trail in Ooltewah (Tennessee):

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire on West Hale Avenue in Osceola (Arkansas):

2019-03-24 - Two homes destroyed by fire at midnight in Weston (West Virginia), nobody there:

2019-03-24 - Home destroyed by fire in Middlebury (Connecticut):

2019-03-24 - Two homes destroyed by fire at 11 PM on Dodson Avenue in Chattanooga (Tennessee), nobody there:

2019-03-24 - Four homes and a sandwich shop destroyed by fire at 3:40 AM in Ashland (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Last month, a similar blaze destroyed six row homes in Ashland."

Note: You're earning your name, Ashland!

2019-03-24 - Apartment heavily damaged by fire before 2:30 AM at Lake of the Woods Apartments in Springfield (Ohio):

2019-03-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Marietta (Georgia):

2019-03-24 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:38 AM on Heath Drive in El Sobrante (California), 2 miles from the coast, 1 killed:

2019-03-24 - Deadly fire destroys home in Muskogee (Oklahoma), 2 killed:

2019-03-24 - Deadly fire destroys home at 11:20 PM in Oxford (Connecticut), 3 killed:

2019-03-24 - Gray whale washes ashore dead at beach in coastal Malibu (California):

2019-03-24 - Man, 79, found dead in swimming pool at home in Homer (Louisiana):

Quote: "Louisiana State Police are investigating the death of a man found in the swimming pool of a Homer city councilman Sunday. Homer Police Chief Van McDaniel said that foul play is not suspected in the death of Ernest Grant, Jr., 79, of Homer."

2019-03-24 - Man, 19, sickens in swimming pool, dies shortly later, in coastal Mangaluru (India):

Quote: "Around 5.30pm, he was found unwell in the water after a fun dive. Though he was rushed to hospital, he was declared brought dead."

Note: That's exactly what happened to that Olympic swimmer, 26, last week in Florida - he got in the pool for some warmups, sickened, went to the locker room and dropped dead. That event was mentioned in the 2019-03-18 update. All part of a clear pattern of death following contact with water.

If you're wondering, 'If what you're saying is true, wouldn't my government inform me?' I used to think that they would, myself, but after some reflection I realized that they would not. I can explain their entire chain of logic in hiding this ongoing extinction event from people. First, government has two main jobs. One is to protect the population from harm. The second is to, well, govern, however you want to define that - maintaining law and order, keeping goods and services moving, yada yada. Unfortunately, governments CAN'T protect their populations from this threat. However, by hiding the threat from the people, they CAN perform their governance mission, whereas if people knew what was going on then governments couldn't perform EITHER mission.

Also, starving people are extremely hard to govern, if not impossible to govern, and there's nothing that governments can do to prevent the Earth from drastically curtailing our ability to grow food as this extinction event progresses. So the cold hard math of calories will kick in eventually, people will begin starving, and governance will break down. In practical terms, the more people that die off BEFORE people realize what's going on, the longer those who DON'T die off can live 'normal lives' before the mass starvation phase kicks in and governance becomes more or less impossible even if people DON'T understand precisely what's going on. So by keeping people in the dark, people do indeed die off, but A) they'd have died off eventually from starvation anyway; and B) their dying buys time (for those who aren't yet dead) before civilization descends into starvation and madness.

Now you're going to wonder, 'Are you not throwing a monkey wrench into things by telling people the truth?' Well, maybe the logic of the governments isn't quite ironclad; maybe there's another way. And also, even if I were throwing a monkey wrench into things, for that monkey wrench to actually DO anything then it would require that A) people believe what I'm saying; and B) people inform other people and spread the truth amongst themselves. It doesn't appear that both of those things are going to happen, or at least those things have not yet happened to enough of an extent to make any difference whatsoever. And no matter what, whether you agree with their logic or not, eventually the wheels do inevitably fall off that Wagon of Deception.

And that's where we stand today: governments know what's going on but are hiding the truth from the masses, the masses are sleepwalking into the graveyard, and doom continues to rise like an unstoppable tide all around us. Stay tuned for the next chapter in human existence - I'm sure it will be quite 'exciting'!

2019-03-24 - Man, 53, becomes unresponsive in the water at beach and dies at coastal Kalapaki Bay (Hawaii):

Quote: "A 53-year-old visitor died after he was found unresponsive in waters off of Kauai Sunday. He has been identified as Evan Forsnes of Spokane, Wash., according to a Kauai Police Department news release. Police said Forsnes was swimming in waters off of Kalapaki Bay Sunday afternoon when he became unresponsive and was observed floating face down in the water shortly after 4 p.m."

2019-03-24 - Man, 65, drops dead inside building in coastal Mariners Harbor (New York):

2019-03-24 - Person found dead in the Loosahatchie River in Shelby County (Tennessee):

2019-03-24 - Woman, 47, found dead with submerged vehicle in the Wicomico River in Eden (Maryland):

2019-03-24 - Man found dead in the Wisconsin River near Mosinee (Wisconsin):

2019-03-24 - Man, 39, falls off boat and dies in Bayou Boeuf (Louisiana):

2019-03-24 - Man, 36, has 'medical emergency' at prison, dies shortly later, in Tucson (Arizona):

2019-03-24 - Woman, 45, drops dead in bathroom at home in Delhi (India):

Note: Took a shower or bath before dropping dead? Washed her face with water?

2019-03-24 - Man found dead near pond in Sambalpur (India):

2019-03-24 - Person found dead near store in Woolwich (Britain):

2019-03-24 - Woman found dead in the River Brett in Hadleigh (Britain):

2019-03-24 - Small plane crashes near Blanch (North Carolina), 2 injured:

2019-03-24 - Passenger bus plunges 100 feet off precipice in Walapane on the island of Sri Lanka, 2 killed, 60 injured:

Quote: "Police suspect that the accident may have occurred owing to a brake failure which resulted in the bus toppling into a precipice while taking a bend in Walapane- Mahawwa Watta."

2019-03-24 - Passenger bus crashes into median, bursts into flame, in Mithepur (India), 4 killed:

2019-03-24 - Van veers off road, crashes into church rectory, in Danbury (Connecticut):

2019-03-24 - Car veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, near Alex (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2019-03-24 - In two separate incidents, car crashes into pond and car crashes into ditch, near coastal Palm Bay (Florida):

Quote: "Firefighters in south Brevard rescued two motorists in separate incidents after their vehicles veered off the roadways and into a pond or ditch."

2019-03-24 - Car veers off road, plunges into canal, in Fresno County (California), 1+ injured:

2019-03-24 - Car veers off road, crashes into trees, bursts into flame, in Fifield (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

2019-03-24 - Half-naked man in his 30s crashes SUV into police SUV, sets his SUV on fire, pulls out knife, charges cops, gets shot, in coastal Bayside, Queens (New York):

Quote: "A half-naked man with a knife was shot by police in New York City on Sunday afternoon, NYPD officials said. WPIX reported that he crashed his vehicle into a marked police car at the 111th NYPD Precinct house in Queens at about 3 p.m., NYPD Chief of Patrol Rodney Harrison said. Police said the man, believed to be in his 30s, got out of his vehicle and poured accelerant onto it and the police vehicle. Then he allegedly set his vehicle on fire. He was naked from the waist down. Officers came out of the station house and the man pulled out a kitchen knife and charged at the cops, police said. Two officers fired eight rounds, hitting the man in his torso and a leg."

2019-03-24 - Shark attacks and injures person at Hardy Reef in North Queensland (Australia):

2019-03-24 - Magnitude 6.1 earthquake strikes in the ocean near North Maluku Province (Indonesia):

2019-03-24 - Very rare tropical storm forms near the coast of Brazil, the first since 2010 and the third in recorded history:

2019-03-24 - Heavy rain and hail hit Fujairah (UAE):

2019-03-24 - Retirees flee Florida as climate change threatens their financial future:


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone. There's a lot in today's report to talk about, not the least being your analysis of things as they are.
    i agree that we're being lied to and that there are probably more than one reason for this.

    On the mundane side - a tanker carrying a load of dish soap just crashed/overturned on the PA turnpike between Downingtown and King of Prussia which will make my morning commute a complete nightmare of congestion.

    This may be the earliest start to "fire season" in the past bunch of years.

    Naked people freaking is happening more often these days, it seems.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 3.25.19 Achieving Escape Velocity [~ 19 min.]

    Father of Sandy Hook shooting victim found dead

    The father of one of the children killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting was found dead of an apparent suicide inside a historical town building, officials say.

    Officials would not specify the manner in which Richard was found, but say his death appears to be a suicide. [more]

    [hmmmmmmmm . . probably won't hear much more about this]

    Earthquake Report with Margo (Mar. 25, 2019) [~ 36 min.]

    Violent flash floods change streets into raging RIVERS in Shiraz, Iran killing at least 18 – Hundreds of cars swept away

    At least 17 people, including three children, were killed and as many as 68 were injured in heavy flooding in the southern Iranian city of Shiraz on Monday. Heavy rains resulted in flooding in the southern region around the city as well. Footage shows people being swept away by the tides as cars try to maneuver through the flooded streets. The flooding comes during the Iranian New Year, meaning thousands have been affected, including tourists. [more]

    Melting glaciers expose bodies of dead climbers on Mount Everest

    Expedition operators are concerned at the number of climbers’ bodies that are becoming exposed on Mount Everest as its glaciers melt.

    Nearly 300 mountaineers have died on the peak since the first ascent attempt and two-thirds of bodies are thought still to be buried in the snow and ice. [more]

    Direct killing by humans pushing Earth’s biggest animals toward extinction – “70% of megafauna species are decreasing and 59% are threatened with extinction”

    One hundred forty-three species of large animals are decreasing in number and 171 are under threat of extinction, according to new research that suggests humans’ meat consumption habits are primarily to blame. [more; don't forget "sport" killing!]

    [more below]

  2. The strongmen strike back: Authoritarianism reemerges as the greatest threat to the liberal democratic world

    Of all the geopolitical transformations confronting the liberal democratic world these days, the one for which we are least prepared is the ideological and strategic resurgence of authoritarianism. [more]

    Mongolia: A toxic warning to the world

    All over the world cities are grappling with apocalyptic air pollution but the capital of Mongolia is suffering from some of the worst in the world. [more; includes ~ 8 min. video]

    Wall Street Red Flag: A Bond Market Indicator That Has Predicted Every Recession In The Last 50 Years Just Got Triggered

    If the bond market is correct, the U.S. economy is definitely heading into a recession. Over the past 50 years, there have been six previous occasions when the yield on three-month Treasury bonds has risen above the yield on ten-year Treasury bonds, and in each of those instances a recession has followed. Now it has happened again, and this comes at a time when a whole host of other economic indicators are screaming that a recession is coming. [more]

    [i gotta go fight my way into my low-paying gig job]

  3. Jonny commented above: "Now you're going to wonder, 'Are you not throwing a monkey wrench into things by telling people the truth?' Well, maybe the logic of the governments isn't quite ironclad; maybe there's another way. And also, even if I were throwing a monkey wrench into things, for that monkey wrench to actually DO anything then it would require that A) people believe what I'm saying; and B) people inform other people and spread the truth amongst themselves. It doesn't appear that both of those things are going to happen, or at least those things have not yet happened to enough of an extent to make any difference whatsoever. And no matter what, whether you agree with their logic or not, eventually the wheels do inevitably fall off that Wagon of Deception."

    Those of us who believe that the JJFH is true are a fraction of a percent overall. Even among the catastrophic climate change "doomer community" we are a very, very small percentage. Remember over a year ago I shared a link of the JJFH with Kevin Sandbloom and he was good enough to actually read it out loud to his viewers. In the comment section 99.9999999% dismissed it, ridiculed it, or ignored it. Kevin obviously dismissed it himself.

    Paul Beckwith knows about JJFH, yet will not address it. Hambone is too hardheaded to accept it even though he personally knows someone who died from H2S exposure while snorkeling in the Caribbean. I'm sure if someone shared this with Guy he'd dismiss it, ridicule it, call it junk science, yada...yada...yada.

    Well.......Like I told a friend of mine, a non-internet based friend: It doesn't matter whether you believe in the JJFH or not. You will die just the same. H2S doesn't give a shit how you feel or think as it kills your ass dead.

    Onto the situation on the ground right now in real time....We, as in 'Murica specifically and the rest of the world generally, can be in a world of hurt real fast this year if more of the chemical plants and refineries blow up and burn down there on the Gulf coast of Texas. Eventually it will happen and it looks like it may happen this year. I'm talking about the ability to process and deliver gasoline, natural gas, and diesel being severely crippled. Crippled enough to create massive shortages. Prices will skyrocket. Then look for the US to just go balls to the wall and invade Venezuela to take their oil. Russia will probably try to block the invasion and then we're looking a nuclear missile exchange scenario becoming more probable. The US and other nations are going to lose their minds as the ability to deliver food and gas disintegrates.

    It could happen this.....yes THIS year. Key word is "could" of course. It WILL happen by 2025 I strongly believe.

    1. I should've said the US will probably move to take Venezuela's oil and refineries. The brand CITGO is gasoline from Venezuela and from what I understand they shipped it to the US as already refined gasoline, which is wild. The 7-11 store chain used to sell CITGO exclusively until they got negative pressure to stop due to the then Chavez being so evil. Yeah, the same guy who used to give heating gas to poor 'Muricans at no charge. will all be in vain because eventually Venezuela's refineries will explode and burn too.

    2. I've shared with McPherson and you are correct....he dismissed it. Wouldn't even have a conversation on it with me, said it wasn't the only feedback loop in play.

    3. That's true, but it is the one feedback loop that has repeatedly wiped life off the surface of the planet, and it's the one feedback loop that can kill you dead by close of business today. It's kinda like saying Abraham Lincoln being shot in the head was just one of several theatrical disruptions that night. Well, sure, but. Ah well, nobody says one can't ignore a dire lethal threat. Of course, ignoring a dire lethal threat doesn't in any way guarantee that the dire lethal threat ignores YOU.

    4. Oh I'm with you Jonny. McPhereson hasn't had a good run of things once leaving his teaching job, so I can see how he might hold back a bit or even dismiss the issue. His presentation was pretty bleak, none the less and he was talking to a room full of baby boomers(my family were the young ins in the room), who were in wine country.......the drinking started long before his presentation. So, I get it.

    5. F were you one of the fortunate ones to get invited to Guy and Pauline's swinger party after the doom presentation? If so we want details!!


    6. Nah, "the nerd who brings her kids to a doomer presentation" doesn't get me into many after party invites. Sorry to disappoint Mike.

  4. Oh yeah, I have certainly noticed all the refinery and refinery-type fires. You're right - enough of that and gas goes bye-bye, or becomes exorbitantly expensive. Most people probably don't even think about the refineries - they just think, hey, we're digging up lots of gas and oil, so things will be fine. But without the refineries, whatever we dig up is useless. And if gas goes sky-high then so too will food prices, even if theoretically the environment would allow enough to be grown, because fossil fuels are used in every step of food production: planting the crops, fertilizing the crops, spraying for pests, moving the food to destinations.

    The US Army trained a few years ago for food riots. The people playing the starving people held signs saying stuff like 'Give us food now!' The people training to quell the riots had...guns and bullets. In case you were wondering where the food problem is heading.

    1. Oh yeah I know where the food problem is heading. If there is one part of government that isn't filled with clueless morons it is the Pentagon. Military has to rely on....wait for it....SCIENCE! They are not a bunch of idiots who just dismiss out of hand the consensus of scientists on any subject, including rapid and catastrophic climate change. But plenty of the powahs-that-be understand what is going on as well and they along with the Pentagon have been very concerned about how to control a very hungry and pissed off population. And yes, for any of you who poo-poo the detention centers around the country as being "conspiracy theory", well if you live long enough you may just find yourself in one of them. I'm including various Super Wal Marts that were unceremoniously closed and blocked off to the public. Most of which were very new and prosperous Wal Marts.

      The last time I was in a super Wal Mart I really looked at it while envisioning all of the products and shelves gone. Let me tell you....A lot of "trouble makers" can be put into one of those things. They are HUUUUUUUGE.

    2. I used to poo-poo the Walmarts-as-detention-centers myself. But upon realizing we actually are at the end of the world as we know it, I took a look with fresh eyes at everything, including those (and some of the newer fortressy Walgreens too).

      Ultimately I was unable to make any solid determination about purpose. It could be that they have MULTIPLE potential purposes, depending on 'how things go': detention centers, forcible depopulation gas chambers, distribution points for food rationing, dispensaries for critical drugs and medical care, centers for people to voluntarily commit suicide and bow out of whatever ongoing horrors are occurring at the time, etc.

      They're basically huge easy-to-defend box-fortresses, so they can be adapted to just about any purpose one can imagine. I don't know what the plans for them are, or even if anyone has yet decided what to use them for. But I am certain that they are a useful resource and they will be used at some point for SOME purpose other than selling cheap China-made stuff.

    3. Of course the majority of "detention centers" are decommissioned military bases and other pieces of real estate around the fruited plain. I don't think the Wal Marts will be for long term detention. I think they will be used as temporary detention centers for processing folks on their way to other fun spots. And some of your ideas may come into play as well.

      It turns out that ol' Sam Walton was in Intelligence in WW2 and he was a Security Chief of internment camps in the US. There is a very definite and long time relationship between Wal Mart and the fed government. Most of it secret of course. Secret to the public.

      Scroll to the 5:20 mark if interested on this subject...

    4. Wow, good stuff, man. Clearly this is all intended for the end of the world, one way or another. Serious large-scale government-caliber prepping's been going on!

      The drainage things are interesting. What if those drainage tubes aren't to suck up excess fluids, but rather to suck up excess dangerous GAS? Or to suck up the atmosphere in order to filter it of 'dangerous impurities' and store it in underground air tanks to provide breathable air for when the atmosphere is simply too dangerous even to try to filter it. When the atmosphere becomes your enemy, then you have to control the 'breathing' of even buildings, especially critically-important buildings.

  5. Stuck in traffic, I just read Mike's excellent comment, to which I'd like to add later.

  6. Yeah, it's gonna get downright bizarre. With all the knock-on effects that this kind of destruction has on everything else, we're in deep-do-do.

    I think Mike's correct about some of the other names in the doomosphere not recognizing JJFH as another vector in our demise (among MANY now). They all have their "pet" theories - from loss of habitat (McPherson) to sea level rise (Dredd), to Biblical stuff (Margo, et al) - but I'm in the "all of the above" camp, ala Hambone (we are so fucked!).

    Primarily, the heating from below (Nibiru influence?) started the whole thing off, aided by our centuries of CO2 emissions, radiation (3 Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima and more) and now it's kicked off Jonny's CH4/H2S emissions - that keep increasing by the day!

    Gotta hit class now. Back later.

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  7. Jeez, Jonny - you got a hot-button issue going here!

    So the record snow melt in the NW is triggering such flooding in the breadbasket as to make farming near impossible this year which will cause food shortages, refineries exploding cutting off supply of fuel supplies, and the economy slowing down on a global level with massive debt all around. Somehow this doesn't sound like it will lead to a happy ending.

    We can add to the above all the thawing corpses of long-dead animals and humans, releasing their toxic disease spores to the atmosphere, all the gases now spewing from the former perma-frost regions and the ocean going anoxic, and there goes the air quality (which we have a good jump on already).

    Water, which used to be the source of life - has now turned against us (because we polluted it so badly, ie. brought it on ourselves) to the point that Jonny adds to a long list of people dying by just being NEAR it, let alone in it or using it, every day.

    Rare M2.6 earthquake shakes and rattles North Carolina – Loud booms reported in Guilford and Randolph Counties!

    Did you hear a boom or did you feel your house shake in the middle of the night? It was a rare M2.6 earthquake near Archdale, NC. The shaking happened at about 12:32 am. Many reported feeling and hearing the quake from their homes in Guilford and Randolph Counties. Viewers have described a long, booming sound and that it was strong enough to shake the whole house in some cases. [more]

    Peter Dykstra: Brace yourself for more attention — and attacks — on climate change and the environment

    Climate and the environment may be poised to take center stage in American politics. But for many, it'll be as anti-environment talking points. [more; clueless morons UNITE!]

    [from our Health desk here in SE PA]
    Fracking linked to increased hospitalizations for skin, genital and urinary issues in Pennsylvania

    Rashes, urinary tract infections, and kidney stones requiring hospital stays are more common in areas with more drilling, according to a new study [more; "no SHIT, Sherlock!"]

  8. Are you guys interested in a Discord server? It might well lead to more people being informed.

  9. Not sure, but not against it. Reading up on what a Discord server is now. Heh.

  10. Okay, pretty easy so far. Let's see if this link works:

    Try it out, lemme know! I don't actually have a microphone connected to this computer so I'm solely text-based here, but that's just me.

    Pretty cool, FezzedOne, thanks for pointing me to Discord! I thought it was solely a gaming-related thing, but I see it can be used for anything, so clearly I was wrong.

  11. wow - cool stuff! Thanks FezzedOne! Welcome aboard!

    [more infrastructure destruction]
    State of emergency in New Zealand after motorway bridge over
    Waiho River is washed away by furious flash flooding

    A motorway bridge over the Waiho River was washed away in a severe rain storm on Tuesday, prompting the authorities to declare a state of emergency, and to close 300 km (186 miles) of road on the west coast of New Zealand’s South Island. [more]

    In hot water: New Mexico battles the dark side of renewable energy

    In Hidalgo County, the deep geothermal water is dirty with naturally occurring contaminants — especially high levels of fluoride, a mineral that, when consumed in excess, is dangerous to bone health. [more]

    In blow to climate, coal plants emitted more than ever in 2018

    Global energy experts released grim findings Monday, saying that not only are planet-warming carbon-dioxide emissions still increasing, but the world’s growing thirst for energy has led to higher emissions from coal-fired power plants than ever before.

    Energy demand around the world grew by 2.3 percent over the past year, marking the most rapid increase in a decade, according to the report from the International Energy Agency. To meet that demand, largely fueled by a booming economy, countries turned to an array of sources, including renewables.

    When Are We Going to Tackle the For-Profit Monopolies Which Censored RussiaGate Skeptics?

    The RussiaGate Narrative has been revealed as a Big Con (a.k.a. Nothing-Burger), but what’s dangerously real is the censorship that’s being carried out by the for-profit monopolies Facebook and Google on behalf of the status quo’s Big Con. [more]

    [more below]

  12. Tuesday, 26 March 2019
    HIgh temperatures in Alaska

    It Was 70 Degrees in Alaska This Week

    Forget Cancun. Spring break in Alaska is where it’s at. Bizarre March warmth has engulfed the Frontier State, setting an all-time temperature record in the latest manifestation of a new climate gripping the Arctic. [more]

    [followed by]
    Extreme Heat (for late March) in Arctic Likely The Next Two Weeks Nicholas Humphrey

    Marine heatwave a factor in the West Coast's torrential rain [west coast of NZ where the bridge washed out, posted above]

    Boeing 737 on its way to being grounded forced to make an emergency landing due to engine malfunction

    The jet, which was on its way to California to be grounded, suffered an engine problem shortly after takeoff and returned to Orlando International Airport to land. The plane had only two on board; the pilot and co-pilot. [more]

    [from our Winning Hearts and Minds desk]
    The US-Germany rift is set to blow

    This is going to get very ugly. Germany is openly defying US President Trump's demands to spend more on its NATO budget. Already the American ambassador to the country is crying foul, prompting German calls for his expulsion. [more]

    WSJ: Time for Obama administration to account for 'historic abuse of government surveillance powers'

    Wall Street Journal assistant editor James Freeman and Sen. Rand Paul are on the same page: the Mueller report confirms it is now time for the Obama administration to account for its flagrant abuse of the surveillance powers of the federal government. [more; i'll say, then let's talk about Cheney!]

    Bright meteor fireball observed over Santa Catarina, Brazil

    Massive amount of dead fish wash up in Oceanport, New Jersey

    [and, as if that's not enough]
    Sharks, dying and decayed by the dozens, wash up on New Jersey beach

    The fish are common from Canada to Florida and are found on the coast out to deeper offshore water. [more]

    Woman still in hospital after 100kg fur seal bites her 'to the bone' in Victoria, Australia

    Veronica dumps more than a year's worth of rain in less than 12 hours, Western Australia

    While the eye of Tropical Cyclone "Veronica" didn't cross the coast, very heavy rainfall and strong winds hit the Pilbara coast of Western Australia. [more]