Saturday, March 30, 2019

Event Update For 2019-03-29

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

2019-03-29 - Mysterious odor blows over high school in Sanford (North Carolina):

Quote: "A mysterious odor that caused burning, watery eyes drifted over the Southern Lee High School stadium Thursday, forcing the cancellation of a girls soccer match that was underway."

Quote: "Thursday night's girls soccer game in Sanford between Panther Creek and Southern Lee was suspended in the first half after some people in attendance noticed a chemical in the air. Southern Lee girls soccer coach Chris Gill said everyone on the field from coaches, to players, to officials was impacted by the chemical. 'You could see the girls start to rub their eyes. We started to smell something like it was burning, but we couldn't see any smoke. All of a sudden my eyes started to water and burn ... people started to cough,' Gill said. According to others at the game, a chemical smell was noticed that caused irritation of eyes and coughing. Emergency crews responded but were unable to find the source of the chemical."

2019-03-29 - Unknown odor evacuates school in Memphis (Tennessee):

Quote: "A Memphis elementary school was evacuated after a strange odor' was reported by students and staff on Friday."

2019-03-29 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates school in Hanover (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Hanover Middle School was evacuated Friday morning due to a faint smell of gas in the building, officials said. Firefighters responding to a report of a natural gas odor at the Whiting Street school evacuated the building for about 30 minutes. The school was swept for a possible leak but nothing of concern was found."

2019-03-29 - Passenger plane hit by odor, plane makes emergency landing at Dulles Airport (Virginia), 7 people hospitalized:

Quote: "Seven people were taken to the hospital early Friday morning after a United Airlines flight made an emergency landing at Dulles International Airport in Loudoun County, Virginia. The Boeing 737 headed for San Francisco left BWI Marshall Airport early Friday. After reports of an odor in the cabin, the plane landed at Dulles at 7:45 a.m."

Quote: "In February, four Alaska Airlines crew members and four passengers were treated for respiratory problems after a 'sweet burning smell' permeated the cabin of a plane traveling between Chicago and Seattle. That incident came a day after another Alaska Airlines flight made an unscheduled landing due to a mysterious odor in the cabin."

2019-03-29 - Three buses go up in flames in the wee hours and burn man to death while parked in Murshidabad (India):

Quote: "3 buses, parked at Raghunathganj bus stand in West Bengal’s Murshidabad, caught fire in which staff was killed. After hours of dousing operation, fire brigade officials got success to extinguish the fire."

Note: These are the 173rd, 174th and 175th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-03-29 - In separate incidents, at the same time, pickup truck bursts into flame and man has 'medical emergency' in vehicle on Chickamauga Dam over the Tennessee River (Tennessee):

Quote: "Two strange incidents blocked traffic over Chickamauga Dam this morning. It started when rescuers were called to a wreck with injuries on the northbound lanes over the dam. But when they got there, they learned that the man driving the car pulled over when he had a medical emergency. There was no wreck. Then as they were loading him into an ambulance, a burning truck approached them. It was an old Ford F-150 pulling a load of firewood."

Quote: "There was another vehicle fire on the dam just Tuesday."

Note: The car that burst into flame on Chickamauga Dam on Tuesday was mentioned in the 2019-03-26 update...

2019-03-29 - Fueled by climate change, extreme weather disasters hit 62 million people in 2018, UN says:

2019-03-29 - Even Antarctica’s coldest region is starting to melt:

2019-03-29 - Factory explodes and burns in Qingzhou (China), 5 killed:

2019-03-29 - Utility pole bursts into flame in Erie County (New York), 12,000 homes go dark:

2019-03-29 - Four barns go up in flames in two weeks in the Lehigh Valley (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Barn owners in the Lehigh Valley are on alert. Four barns have caught on fire in the last two weeks, making some wonder if this could be more than just a coincidence."

Note: In another odd coincidence, the whole planet is going up in flames. Weird, huh?!

2019-03-29 - Brush fire destroys vehicles and three homes near Ballarat (Australia), near the Yarrowee River:

2019-03-29 - Boat, pickup truck and shop go up in flames in Bowie (Texas):

Quote: "The pickup, boat and building were heavily damaged."

2019-03-29 - Boat and pallets go up in flames near homes in Ross-on-Wye (Britain):

Note: These are the 298th and 299th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-29 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on highway in Linthipe (Malawi):

2019-03-29 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Dhaka (Bangladesh):

Note: These are the 176th and 177th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-03-29 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on the M6 near Tebay (Britain):

Note: This is the 19th car-hauler to burn in 2019...

2019-03-29 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on highway in coastal Kuantan (Malaysia):

2019-03-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-79 near Big Otter (West Virginia):

2019-03-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 near Bath Township (Ohio):

Note: These are the 512th, 513th, 514th and 515th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-29 - Two dump trucks destroyed by fire at 4:48 AM, another damaged, while parked at business in Kinston (North Carolina):

2019-03-29 - Utility truck bursts into flame on I-90 near Elk Grove Township (Illinois):

2019-03-29 - SUV bursts into flame while being towed, on State Route 721 near Bradford (Ohio):

2019-03-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-275 near coastal Venice (Florida):

2019-03-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at bank in Bellefontaine (Ohio):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame at 6:36 AM on Highway 80 near Midland (Texas):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on I-75 near Reddick (Florida):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Canal Street in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Taharepa Road in Taupo (New Zealand):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on street in Hyderabad (India):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on the A39 near Bawdrip (Britain):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on the A4067 near Ynysforgan (Britain):

2019-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Gerrards Cross (Britain):

Quote: "Friday 29 March, 7.49pm Car fire, M25 anti-clockwise between junctions 16 (M40 interchange) and 15 (M4 interchange). One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross and two from Hertfordshire attended. Firefighters used two hose reels."

2019-03-29 - Vehicle bursts into flame just before 6:30 AM on I-110 in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

2019-03-29 - Car and carport destroyed by fire at home in Soddy-Daisy (Tennessee):

2019-03-29 - Pickup truck and most of home destroyed by fire in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

Quote: "There were no reports of injuries despite the flames that consumed most of a Fort Lauderdale house and a pickup truck parked outside, fire officials said."

2019-03-29 - Foam business damaged by fire in Pulaski County (Arkansas):

2019-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2019-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire at 1:10 AM on Lexy Court in Laurel (Virginia):

2019-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire on Main Street in Alton (New Hampshire):

2019-03-29 - Two homes and two garages go up in flames in Quincy (Illinois):

2019-03-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Roswell Road in Marietta (Georgia):

2019-03-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at Holly Creek Apartments in The Woodlands (Texas):

2019-03-29 - Apartment building destroyed by huge fire in Dallas (Texas):

2019-03-29 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at 3:48 AM in Bartow (Florida), 2 killed:

2019-03-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Maplewood Street in Delta (Ohio), 1 killed:

2019-03-29 - Deadly fire burns home on Metler Drive in Knoxville (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2019-03-29 - Whale found dead near Torrey Pines, another found dead near Mission Beach (California):

Quote: "A decomposing whale was found floating offshore in Mission Beach Friday morning, one day after another dead whale was discovered near Torrey Pines."

2019-03-29 - Krill wash ashore dead in Powell River (Canada):

2019-03-29 - The Netherlands has lost 84% of its butterflies in just over a century:

2019-03-29 - Man, 70, dies while snorkeling off coastal Geiger Key (Florida):

Quote: "A Minnesota man died while snorkeling off the Lower Florida Keys Friday afternoon. The man was with his brother snorkeling off a private boat near Geiger Key, a small island about 11 miles east of Key West, said Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Murray of the U.S. Coast Guard. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has not released the name of the 70-year-old man."

2019-03-29 - Man slumps over dead in car at Park-n-Die in Sunset Hills suburb of St. Louis (Missouri):

2019-03-29 - Man dies after being pulled from the water at Chickasaw National Recreation Area near Sulphur (Oklahoma):

2019-03-29 - Man, 68, found dead in Bouquet Creek near his cabin in Los Angeles County (California):

2019-03-29 - Toddler found dead in home in Kenosha (Wisconsin):

2019-03-29 - Man found dead in Amazon Creek in Eugene (Oregon):

Quote: "Right now, EPD says there aren’t any obvious signs of foul play, and a medical issue may be involved."

2019-03-29 - Boy, 13 or 14, found dead in camper at home in Springfield (Oregon):

2019-03-29 - Man, 45, has 'medical episode' at jail, dies shortly later, in San Antonio (Texas):

Quote: "Officials with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office say a 45-year-old inmate behind bars since late February died following some kind of medical episode on Friday."

2019-03-29 - Woman found dead near the Catawba River on Catawba Indian Reservation (South Carolina):

2019-03-29 - Man found dead in yard on Poplar Avenue in Cloquet (Minnesota):

2019-03-29 - Man found dead in the Wyrley and Essington Canal in Pelsall (Britain):

2019-03-29 - Small plane crashes into ditch at airport in Aberdeen (Mississippi), 1 injured:

2019-03-29 - Passenger bus slams into truck at 5 AM in Greater Noida (India), 8 killed, 30 injured:

2019-03-29 - Tanker truck crashes into the Salmo River (Canada), 1 killed:

2019-03-29 - Tractor trailer crashes into barrier and overturns at 12:45 AM, fire erupts, on the Eastex Freeway in Humble (Texas), 1 killed:

2019-03-29 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 45 Alternate in Chickasaw County (Mississippi):

2019-03-29 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 64 in Woodbury (Connecticut):

2019-03-29 - SUV veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on I-495 in Middleborough (Massachusetts), 1 killed:

2019-03-29 - Two cars crash on Highway 21 in Bastrop County (Texas), 4 killed:

2018-03-29 - Car veers off road at 3:56 AM, crashes into trees, bursts into flame, in Lake Forest (Illinois), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2019-03-29 - Building collapses in Anbar (Iraq), 2 killed, 6 injured:

2019-03-29 - Woman, 60, has 'medical emergency' on hiking trail in Rancho Mirage (California):

Quote: "A 60-year-old woman with an unspecified medical emergency was rescued from a hiking trail in Rancho Mirage on Friday morning."

2019-03-29 - Mount Agung erupts again on the island of Bali (Indonesia):

2019-03-29 - Severe hailstorm wipes out 5,000 gardens across Bunyangabu (Uganda):

Quote: "Among the crop gardens that were destroyed include; beans, maize, cassava, coffee, Irish potatoes, potatoes, tomatoes, sorghum and onions that were ready for harvesting. Goats, too, were not spared by the rain."

2019-03-29 - Meteor spotted over Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, and North and South Carolina:

2019-03-29 - Latest study shows an increase in levels of Fukushima-related contamination in Alaskan waters, Tokyo reassures the world all is well with 2020 Olympics:


  1. Yo Jonny, hey everybody! Here we are at the last day of March.
    From today's report we see the jREAL March Madness is in full swing. Noxious gases are spreading so far and wide (and HIGH) that large gatherings of people are having to be evacuated and planes in the air have to turn around or land in a state of emergency as crew and/or passengers are affected. PARKED vehicle fires, building fires, boats, and brush all suddenly bursting into flames.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 3.30.19 Amphibian 'apocalypse' caused by most destructive pathogen ever [~ 19 min.]

    Climate News & Earthquake Report with Margo (Mar. 30, 2019) [~ 64.25 min.]

    Strong and shallow M6.2 earthquake near the coast of Ecuador

    A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.2 hit near the coast of Ecuador at 07:04 UTC on March 31, 2019. The agency is reporting a depth of 18.5 km (11.5 miles). EMSC is reporting M6.2 at a depth 40 km (24.8 miles). IGEPN is reporting M6.3 at a depth of 3 km (1.8 miles). [more]

    Spring Hill Fire burns about 5,000 acres in New Jersey

    A fire that started at 1:45 Saturday afternoon in the New Jersey Pinelands had burned approximately 5,000 acres by 10 p.m. Pushed by strong winds out of the south-southwest at 10 mph gusting up to 25 mph it ran to the north and northeast forcing authorities to close Route 72 west of Barnegat. The fire started in the Penn State Forest in Burlington County near the Ocean County border when the relative humidity was 33 percent.

    It started in an area in which there are few structures.[more]

    'We’ve never seen anything like this': As Trump threatens to close border, migrants overwhelm Texas cities

    US government finances still deteriorating

    The federal government released the annual report of the U.S. Government for fiscal 2018 this afternoon. The government’s finances deteriorated significantly, and more recent reports suggest the trend is only getting worse in 2019.

    Our measure of the unfunded federal debt rose from $101 trillion in 2017 to $105 trillion at fiscal year-end 2018. Extending that figure to end-of-March 2019 leads to a current estimate of $107 trillion, or about $707,000 per taxpayer (based on individual income tax filings).

    The number of times the word “unsustainable” appears in this report has been on a significant long-term uptrend, from zero times in 1998 to 15 times in 2017. It rose again to 16 times in 2018. The introductory “Results in Brief” section of the report had a new subsection this year, titled “An Unsustainable Fiscal Path.” In other words, the topic of sustainability of federal government finances is not only growing as a matter of discussion, but it is now explicitly emphasized, right up front. [more]

    [continued below]

  2. [here's that meteorology report mentioned yesterday]
    25th anniversary edition of WMO’s State of the Climate report shows accelerating global warming impacts – “The data released in this report give cause for great concern”

    The physical signs and socio-economic impacts of climate change are accelerating as record greenhouse gas concentrations drive global temperatures toward increasingly dangerous levels, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization. [more; cue Hambone's NSS device]

    The Matrix was more about philosophy than science

    [in the comments, we see some don't agree]

    At summit Trump called on Kim to hand over nukes to US, on a piece of paper

    [hey, Mr. Trump, why not do it the other way around?

    [SOTT]Comment: For more insight on what really went on at the summit, check out: How Trump sabotaged the North Korea summit to appease the hawks and lied about Kim's terms [more]

    These giant viruses have weaponised CRISPR against their rivals and bacterial hosts

    By killing specific bacteria, these megaphages may shape the microbiome in our guts. "The potential impact on health and disease is huge," says team member Joanne Santini of University College London. [more]

    Mass death of krill near Powell River, British Columbia

    [as you probably know - this makes up most of whale diets]

    There is potential that the krill deaths could affect the local food web. [more; COULD?]

    [last bit below]

  3. [add contamination to the flooding devastation in the midwest]
    Flooding threatens more than a million private wells in U.S. Midwest
    Lehmann added that well owners should assume that their drinking water is contaminated if they see floodwater near or over their wells. [more]

    Large green meteor fireball captured blazing through Florida night sky

    Johnson & Johnson prevails in New Jersey talc cancer trial

    But Johnson & Johnson hasn't won all of its baby powder cases. Earlier this month, The New York Times reported that a California jury ordered the company to pay $29 million to a woman who claimed that the powder caused her cancer. The company said it would appeal that verdict. [more; other cases on appeal cited in article]

    Sunday, 31 March 2019
    Very high methane emissions - 30 March, 2019

    Methane emissions at 500 hPa reach 2,987 ppb

    This is not reflected,however by the CAMS data [always late, probably fudged, this "service" is pretty close to useless]

    Sunday, March 31, 2019
    Arctic Warming Up Fast

    On March 30, 2019, Arctic sea ice extent was 13.42 million km², a record low for the measurements

    As the Arctic warms up faster than the rest of the world, the temperature difference between the North Pole and the Equator narrows, making the jet stream wavier, thus enabling warm air over the Pacific Arctic to move more easily into the Arctic.

    The image on the right shows that, on March 31, 2019, the Arctic was 7.5°C or 13.5°F warmer than 1979-2000.

    The earlier forecast below shows a temperature anomaly for the Arctic of 7.6°C or 13.68°F for March 31, 2019, 12:00 UTC and in places 30°C or 54°F warmer. The inset shows the Jet Stream moving higher over the Bering Strait, enabling air that has been strongly warmed up over the Pacific Ocean to move into the Arctic. [more]

  4. Fire - Floods - Food Chain | Weather on the RAMPAGE! [~ 10.5 min.]

    China: Second factory explosion in a month leaves 7 dead

    A blast at a Taiwan-listed company's factory in China on Sunday killed seven people, the government says, just over a week after an explosion in the same eastern province left scores dead.

    The blast was caused by a container of scrap metal bursting into flames and setting a workshop ablaze just after 7 a.m., the government said. [more]

    Floods wash away homes in Peru

    Homes in rural Peru were washed away on Friday (March 29) after the Perene River burst its banks.

    More than 13,000 people have been affected by floods, and at least 51 have died this wet season. [more]

    [weather whiplash down-under]
    Coldest night in years for Australia's south east

    Temperatures plummeted over the weekend with Sydneysiders shivering their way through the coldest March night in 20 years.

    Temperatures have plummeted as a cold snap swept across the southeast of the country producing chilly conditions, strong winds and the potential for flash flooding.

    After enjoying a warmer than average March, Sydney residents woke up to a frosty 12 degrees this morning after shivering through its coldest March night in the last two decades. [more]

    The role of the CDC in America's 'Medical Deep State'

    You don't have to go far to see the problem with American's federal regulatory health agencies. It's a huge problem. I am reminded of more than a dozen scientists from within the CDC who put out an anonymous public statement detailing the influence corporations have on government policies.

    In short, this agency is a mouthpiece for the pharmaceutical-industrial complex and operates for its own financial advantage, rather than for the benefit of society. [more]

    Harry Shearer's Le Show for 3/31/19 [~ 1 hr.]