Sunday, March 31, 2019

Event Update For 2019-03-30

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

2019-03-30 - Man accidentally burns to death at 2:30 AM near mall next to the Kanawha River in Charleston (West Virginia):

Quote: "A man’s body was found burned beyond recognition early Saturday. Charleston Police say the body was found behind the Kanawha Mall around 2:30 a.m. At first, investigators thought the man had been electrocuted, but say after reviewing the scene, it seems he accidentally set himself on fire. At this time, no foul play is expected."

2019-03-30 - Car bursts into flame while parked at shopping center, 3 children seriously burned, in Garland (Texas):

Quote: "Three children are in critical condition after they were burned in a car fire Saturday evening in a parking lot in Garland, police say. Police say they responded to the car fire at around 6 p.m. in the 2900 block of S. First Street in the parking lot of a shopping center. Three children ages four, three and one were taken to the hospital in critical condition. According to police, a man drove to the location with the children inside the car and left them unattended as he went into a store. While he was in the store, the vehicle caught fire."

2019-03-30 - Auto recycling yard hit by fire, scrap cars burn, in coastal Wilmington (California):

Quote: "Some 36 Los Angeles firefighters extinguished flames that damaged nearly three dozen remnant vehicles at an automotive recycling yard on Saturday afternoon, authorities said."

2019-03-30 - Car rental business heavily damaged by fire in coastal Richmond (Canada):

2019-03-30 - Landfill fire breaks out in Waikato (New Zealand):

2019-03-30 - Wildfire rages out of control in Penn State Forest near coastal Barnegat (New Jersey):

2019-03-30 - Parts of Alaska have recorded their warmest February and March on record with temperatures 40F above normal:

2019-03-30 - Record-breaking early heatwave sends temps to 43.2C (110F) in parts of India:

Note: Winter was just 10 days ago!

2019-03-30 - Home explodes on Osmaston Road in Derby (Britain):

Note: This is the 59th residential explosion in 2018...

2019-03-30 - Chemical factory erupts in flame, fire spreads to other factories, in Jodhpur (India):

2019-03-30 - More than 11 wildfires break out across southeastern North Carolina:

Quote: "More than 11 separate wildfires burned on Saturday across Southeastern North Carolina, according to the North Carolina Forest Service."

Note: The southeastern part of the state is the area closest to the ocean...

2019-03-30 - Brush fire breaks out in coastal Howard Beach (New York):

2019-03-30 - Wildfire breaks out and sends people fleeing in Qinyuan County (China):

2019-03-30 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Lanier near marina in Hall County (Georgia):

Note: This is the 300th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Florida Turnpike near Wildwood (Florida):

2019-03-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 in Muldrow (Oklahoma):

2019-03-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just before 5 AM on I-70 near Monrovia (Indiana):

2019-03-30 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame at 1:45 AM at building site on Pavey Run in Ottery St Mary (Britain):

Note: These are the 516th, 517th, 518th and 519th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-30 - RV bursts into flame on Crows Landing Road near Turlock (California):

Note: This is the 101st RV to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-30 - Van bursts into flame at 4:22 AM on Rossmore Road East in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2019-03-30 - SUV bursts into flame on I-75 near Immokalee Road in Collier County (Florida):

2019-03-30 - Car bursts into flame while parked at the Orleans Marketplace in coastal Orleans (Massachusetts):

2019-03-30 - Car bursts into flame near CVS on Fifth Avenue in Youngstown (Ohio):

2019-03-30 - Car bursts into flame on Newclose Terrace in Stoke-sub-Hamdon (Britain):

2019-03-30 - Car bursts into flame in Low Worsall (Britain):

Quote: "Low Worsall – TOC: 15:21 Crew were mobilised to a report of a car fire. Crews extinguished using 2 breathing apparatus and 1 hose reel."

2019-03-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-81 in Middlesex Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-30 - At least 3 vehicles and garage destroyed by fire at auto shop in Pulaski Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The garage and at least three vehicles inside Sam's Auto Repair were destroyed after a fire broke out Saturday evening in Pulaski Township, Beaver County."

2019-03-30 - Vehicles, machinery and building destroyed by fire in Somerset (Britain):

Quote: "The building contained machinery, cylinders and vehicles."

2019-03-30 - Barn destroyed by fire in Carson City (Nevada):

2019-03-30 - Lumber mill and other buildings destroyed by huge fire at 11:58 PM in Jefferson (Maine):

2019-03-30 - Construction business destroyed by fire in North Little Rock (Arkansas):

2019-03-30 - Commercial building heavily damaged by fire on Bissell Street in Venice (Illinois):

2019-03-30 - Industrial building damaged by fire at 6:33 AM in Sooke (Canada), nobody there:

2019-03-30 - Perfume warehouse damaged by deadly fire in coastal Ajman (UAE), 1 killed, 4 injured:

2019-03-30 - Home damaged by garage fire on Durkees Ferry Road in West Terre Haute (Indiana):

2019-03-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Oro Valley (Arizona), 3 dogs killed:

2019-03-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Happy Hill Road in Chesterfield County (Virginia), 1 injured:

2019-03-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Buckley Court in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-03-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Port Orchard (Washington), 1 injured:

2019-03-30 - Mansion under construction destroyed by fire just after 1 AM on coastal Marco Island (Florida):

2019-03-30 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Rochester (Wisconsin):

2019-03-30 - Apartment building destroyed by huge fire at 12:15 AM in Bayside (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

2019-03-30 - Deadly fire burns mobile home at Timber Lake Estates in Zephyrhills (Florida), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Deadly fire burns home at 2:10 AM on Shannon Street in Means (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Deadly fire burns home at 11:15 PM on Briarcliff Drive in Florence (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Deadly fire burns home in Guthrie (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Deadly fire burns home at 7 AM on Evans Street in Batavia (New York), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Deadly fire burns home in Brampton (Canada), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

2019-03-30 - Vacant cotton mill destroyed by massive fire just before 4 AM in Killingly (Connecticut), another mill burns just after 3 AM too:

Quote: "Fire crews and DEEP crews also responded to another fire, at the Windham Mill, on Machine Shop Road in Willimantic just after 3 a.m. on Saturday morning."

2019-03-30 - Two boys, both 16, found dead in Lake McKenzie on coastal Fraser Island (Australia):

Quote: "Questions are now being asked about how the boys students drowned at the popular tourist destination, described as 'a calm lake in the middle of an island' by the local mayor."

2019-03-30 - Two sisters found dead in pond in Cuttack (India):

2019-03-30 - Man, 53, found dead at 12:52 AM in swimming pool at hotel in La Oliva on the island of Fuerteventura (Spain):

Quote: "A 53-year-old British tourist has died after being found floating in a hotel swimming pool in Spain in the early hours of this morning (Saturday). The 112 Canarias emergency services control centre said the man was found at a hotel in the municipality of La Oliva, Fuerteventura in Spain’s Canary Islands at 00.52am."

2019-03-30 - Woman, 34, dies on passenger plane en route to coastal Melbourne (Australia):

Quote: "A Sunshine West woman has died on board a flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne. Police are awaiting the results of a post mortem following the death of the 34-year-old, who was on board the 16 hour flight QF 94. Cabin crews were assisted by two doctors in the air and were met with paramedics when the aircraft landed just before 9am today."

2019-03-30 - Baby found dead at home in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2019-03-30 - Man found dead in river near boat ramp in coastal Punta Gorda (Florida):

2019-03-30 - Man, 28, jumps in lake to save dog and dies himself in Lake Braddock in Burke (Virginia):

2019-03-30 - Man found dead in the Allegheny River near the Fox Chapel Yacht Club in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-30 - Man, early 20s, drops dead before 6:30 AM near restaurant in Evans (Colorado):

2019-03-30 - Person found dead in car at gas station in Greenville County (South Carolina):

2019-03-30 - Man, 78, found dead in Lough Mask (Ireland):

2019-03-30 - Woman, 59, has 'medical condition', car crashes into trees, in Mecosta County (Michigan), 1 injured:

Quote: "Officials believe she was suffering from a medical condition at the time of the crash."

2019-03-30 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), engine problem:

2019-03-30 - Small plane crashes near landfill in Putnam County (Florida), engine failure:

2019-03-30 - Small plane crashes near Snowshoe Lake (Canada), 1 injured:

2019-03-30 - Marine Corps AH-1Z Viper helicopter crashes near Yuma (Arizona), 2 killed:

2019-03-30 - Helicopter crashes in Montgomery (New York):

2019-03-30 - Freight train derails near Eureka (Utah):

2019-03-30 - Freight train derails near marina in Steubenville (Ohio):

2019-03-30 - Tour bus crashes into car, fire erupts, near Khamariya (India), 5 killed:

2019-03-30 - Pickup truck hits box truck head-on near St. Paul (Oregon), 3 killed:

2019-03-30 - Pickup truck crashes into guardrail at 2:05 AM in Fort Collins (Colorado), 1 killed:

2019-03-30 - Car plunges into river on Tully Gorge Road near coastal Cairns (Australia), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2019-03-30 - Family dog attacks and injures toddler, bits toddler on the head, in Norwalk (California):

Quote: "The dog appeared calm, seemingly unaware of what had just happened. Neighbors said they never knew the dog to be aggressive and are shocked by the violence."

2019-03-30 - Magnitude 6.4 earthquake shakes Papua New Guinea:

2019-03-30 - Flooding ravages more than a million acres of cropland across the US:

2019-03-30 - Record floods have reached Superfund sites in three states in the US Midwest, more than a million wells threatened too:

2019-03-30 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Afghanistan, homes destroyed, 17+ killed:

Quote: "Floods in early March caused further destruction and put this year's wheat harvest at risk."

2019-03-30 - Heavy rain, flooding and landslides affect thousands in Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Colombia:

2019-03-30 - Meteor lights up the night sky over Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina:

2019-03-30 - 'Last-chance tourism' hastens decline of destinations threatened by global warming, like the Florida Reef and the Galapagos Islands:

Note: Seems like all tourism is last-chance tourism at this point, because even if the site you visit isn't threatened, YOU are!

2019-03-30 - Retail apocalypse continues, JCPenney, Payless, LifeWay announce 3,000+ combined store closures:


  1. Good thing nobody works in all 'em stores a-closin,' Jonny - why that coulda affected the unemployment numbers! We cain't have 'at!

    Retail Layoffs Are 92 Percent Higher In 2019 – And Now Even Wal-Mart Is “Quietly Closing Stores”

    Just like we witnessed during the last recession, major retailers are laying off tens of thousands of workers, and it looks like this will be the worst year for store closings in all of U.S. history. Many are referring to this as “the retail apocalypse”, and without a doubt this is one of the toughest stretches for retailers that we have ever seen. But many believe that what we have witnessed so far is just the beginning. After all, if retailers are struggling this much now, how bad will things be once the next recession really gets rolling? [more]

    Nostradoomus’ Methane Report & Earthquake Report with Margo (Mar. 31, 2019) [~ 55 min.]

    Mum-of-six pregnant with her seventh baby dies from heart attack at home

    A mother expecting her seventh child has died after suffering a sudden heart attack leaving behind six “heartbroken children”.

    Lindsey Ann Hughes died on Wednesday March 27 at her home in Anglesey, North Wales. [more]

    Record numbers of Australia’s wildlife species face ‘imminent extinction’

    Regional forest agreements have failed in the 20 years since they were established by state governments, says a new report, which reveals that record numbers of threatened forest dwelling fauna and many species are heading towards imminent extinction. [more]

    Firefighters battle the Beach Fire along Colorado River

    The blaze is in Lake Havasu City, Arizona [more]

    [more below]

  2. [don't forget to VOTE!]
    Understanding the American Dictatorship [Eric Zuesse]

    The American dictatorship is by the aristocracy of the country’s 585 billionaires, and has been scientifically proven beyond any doubt, now, not only in the classic Gilens and Page study, which examined thousands of bills in Congress and their money-backers and their ultimate outcomes (passage or failure to pass), during the studied period, 1981-2002. But also another (though less rigorous) study suggests that this control of the U.S. Government by America’s billionaires is getting even worse. So, America is clearly a dictatorship, by America’s aristocracy.

    This is not just one or the other of America’s two Parties — Democrats versus Republicans — representing only the super-rich. Both of the Parties do, but the Democratic Party represents liberal billionaires, while the Republican Party represents conservative billionaires. Each Party represents a different faction of the billionaires. [more]

    [no April Fool's joke]
    So Called "Experts" Are Paid To Tell Us Fukushima, Chernobyl, And Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Stations Will Always Be Safe!

    The recent findings as you might expect are being played down and the usual sound-bites are telling us "it's nothing to worry about," something the powers that be have been saying for 8 years now.The 2020 Olympic Games is allowing the Japanese government to focus on the games while their unsuccessful attempt to clean-up the ongoing spread of leaking radioactivity from Fukushima approaches its first 10 years since the disaster.

    They keep on telling us all is well and Fukushima is actually nothing to worry about but the experts who keep on telling us everything is ok are actually being paid to say exactly that!

    Severe thunderstorm claims at least 35 lives, leaves more than 600 injured, Nepal

    A severe thunderstorm swept through parts of southern Nepal on Sunday night, March 31, 2019, leaving at least 35 people dead and over 600 injured. Search and rescue operations are still in progress and the death toll could rise. [more]

    Monday, 1 April 2019
    Arctic sea ice is collapsing and it is early spring

    Farewell to Arctic ice

    That RED is indicative of a Bloody nose dive to a new low on the Chart. OMG, it is coming too fast.

    If we lose the Arctic Ice Cap, we will quickly die in a couple of years. That ice cap is our salvation right now. It takes 80 calories to melt one gram of ice at Zero Degrees C to one gram of water at Zero Degrees C.

    After that transition in state, it only takes 80 calories to warm the gram of water up by 80 degrees C.

    Without the Ice our oceans will heat up far more rapidly than they ever have before since Homosapiens evolved.

    --Joe Neubarth [more]

  3. News Links, April 1, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    De-Dollarization Accelerates: Central Banks Dump Dollar In Q4, Buy Yuan

    Russia is dumping U.S. dollars to hoard gold

    Financial Press: Boeing Should Charge Passengers Extra Not to Crash

    Regulators knew before crashes that 737 MAX trim control was confusing in some conditions: document

    EU member states unanimously reject Israel's sovereignty over Golan Heights, defying Trump and Netanyahu

    Erdogan Remains Unmoved As US Senators Seek To Kill F-35 Transfer To Turkey

    U.S. orders foreign firms to further cut down on oil trades with Venezuela

    The Navy's Newest Aircraft Carrier Is Delayed, Yet Again

    The Pentagon is 'Absolutely Unapologetic' About Pursuing AI-Powered Weapons

    Trump eyeing stepped-up Venezuela sanctions for foreign companies - Bolton

    South Africa's electricity blackouts have become worryingly normal

    Oil Prices Climb As Geopolitical Issues Mount

    U.S. judge scraps Trump order opening Arctic, Atlantic areas to oil leasing

    India's nuke deal with US gets a new life as Washington reiterates intent to build six reactors as planned

    The Farm Belt faces an expensive cleanup after already-costly record flooding

    Climate Change and the Death of the Small Farm

    More than 1,000 people are infected with Ebola in DR Congo and the outbreak is still spreading

    The ocean's twilight zone may be the key to feeding and protecting life on earth
    Recent research suggests there are more fish there than any other part of the world's oceans, and it could be the next frontier for the fishing industry. Countries like Norway have developed technology that allows them to extract hundreds of fish at a time from these depths.
    Is that a good thing? -- RF

    [2nd half below]

  4. Population explosion fuelling rapid reduction of wildlife on African savannah, study shows

    Ocean Heat hits Record High, in Bad News for Planet

    Measles cases on track to a five year high (Australia)

    Climate change could melt decades worth of human poop at Denali National Park in Alaska

    EU bans UK's most-used pesticide over health and environment fears

    Facebook 'Accidentally' Scrubs Years Of Mark Zuckerberg's Old Posts

    Zuckerberg backs stronger Internet privacy and election laws: 'We need a more active role for governments'

    Mark Zuckerberg's call for tougher Internet regulation won't save Facebook from these investigations

    The US Military Is Creating the Future of Employee Monitoring

    DoD Orders $250 Million Of Gas Masks - What Do They Know?

    The new Grand Strategy of the United States

    Khashoggi killers received training in the United States — report

    Silencing the Whistle: The Intercept Shutters Snowden Archive, Citing Cost

    The Newest AI-Enabled Weapon: 'Deep-Faking' Photos of the Earth

    Courthouse News yanks article for its woefully fair and accurate coverage of 9/11 lawsuit

    You're A Sucker For Not Believing That The System Is Rigged

    Olympic squeeze: Fingers continue to creep toward the panic button

    Japan still doesn't accept Israel's annexation of Golan Heights: Suga

    Senators demand to know why election vendors still sell voting machines with 'known vulnerabilities' [because the whole activity is a SHAM!]

    The eviction crisis is starting to look a lot like the subprime mortgage crisis

    Economic Insecurity Is Becoming the New Hallmark of Old Age

    As nation struggles with opioid crisis, workers bring addiction to the job

    Trump Threatens to Close Entire Mexican Border: Instant Recession If Carried Out

    California Home Prices Are So High, Even High-Income Households Can't Keep Up

    Median-priced homes still unaffordable in nearly 75% of US counties: report

    Pelosi and McConnell Are Inching Us Closer to Nuclear War

    70% Of Consumers With Credit Cards Say They Can't Pay It Off This Year

    Retail Apocalypse Closing Stores Down Like Death of Dinosaurs

    Sears Condemned for Ending Retirees' Life Insurance After Handing Executives $25 Million in Bonuses

    $80M Roundup Verdict Is Only $2.5M After Taxes, New IRS Math

    Walmart is quietly closing stores — here's the full list [FEMA taking them over?]

  5. U.S. judge scraps “unlawful” Trump order opening Arctic, Atlantic areas to oil leasing

    [the judge may find a decapitated horse head in his bed]

    A federal judge in Alaska has overturned U.S. President Donald Trump’s attempt to open vast areas of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans to oil and gas leasing. [more]

    Children suffer most from deadly coal pollution in one of Earth’s most polluted cities – “I no longer know what a healthy lung sounds like”

    Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (National Geographic) – Coal is everywhere in Mongolia’s frigid capital. It sits beneath the towering smokestacks of power plants in piles as big as football fields. Drivers haul it through town in the open beds of pickup trucks. Vendors stack yellow bags of the stuff along roadsides, and jagged pieces spill from metal buckets in the round felt yurts where the poorest families burn it to keep out the bitter cold.

    The smoke in Ulaanbaatar is at times so thick that people and buildings are visible only in outline. Its smell is acrid and inescapable. [more]

    Seven-year-old boy mauled by cougar near Lake Cowichan, British Columbia

    A seven-year-old boy is in serious condition with injuries to his head, neck and arms after being mauled by at least two cougars near Lake Cowichan. [more]

    Lightning bolt kills 2 students, injures 2 others in Ganjam, India

    [SOTT]Comment: Elsewhere recently in India lightning killed 2 children in Andhra Pradesh while strikes killed a total of 4 individuals in Bangladesh and a man at a graveyard in Thailand. [more]

    Freak storm in Nepal kills 27, injures hundreds

    At least 27 people have been killed and hundreds injured after a freak storm hit southern Nepal, destroying houses, uprooting trees and toppling electricity poles, officials said.

    The thunderstorm swept through the district of Bara and adjoining areas late Sunday killing at least 27 people and injuring more than 600, according to the home ministry. [more]

    [a bit more below]

  6. More than just THC: Pharmacologist looks at the untapped healing compounds of Marijuana

    Researchers have also shown that anxiety can be effectively treated with strains that have more cannabidiol and linalool. It may be best to rub a cannabidiol balm or lotion on your cheeks to relieve anxiety.

    Other conditions that studies have shown are improved by marijuana are: cancer induced nausea, Type 2 diabetes, two forms of epilepsy, HIV-induced weight gain, irritable bowel syndrome, migraines, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, pain, chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, sleep disorders and traumatic brain injury.

    For some of these conditions, studies show that eating or topically applying marijuana products rather than smoking is recommended. [more]

    American Airlines flight makes emergency landing following bird strike after takeoff

    "We hit a goose on takeoff and the skilled @americanair pilots brought us back for an emergency landing." [more; i'll leave the humor to Jonny on this one]

    3.1 magnitude earthquake shakes San Fernando Valley [18 sec. news update]

    UPDATE 1-Ethiopian crash could be largest non-war aviation reinsurance claim -Willis Re

    Liability claims related to the Ethiopian Airlines crash and the grounding of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft could be the largest non-war aviation reinsurance claim on record, hitting reinsurers' profitability, reinsurance broker Willis Re said. [more]