Sunday, May 26, 2019

Event Update For 2019-05-25

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

2019-05-25 - Toxic blue-green algae disrupting businesses around Lake Tuggeranong (Australia):

Quote: "Businesses reliant on Lake Tuggeranong's attraction have been left by the wayside because of blue-green algae infestations, prompting calls for researchers' findings to be implemented urgently. Lake Tuggeranong Rowing Club's membership is at a low ebb, while strollers past Mimi's Pit Stop have been more likely to sprint for their coffee to avoid the lake's stink."

2019-05-25 - Glaciers melting away and fracturing in Chile and Argentina as the world continues warming:

Quote: "Chile's 12,000-square kilometer Southern Patagonia Ice Field has split in two and is likely to continue to fracture amid climate change, according to a team of Chilean scientists who were in the region in March. Gino Casassa, chief of the Snow and Glacier Division of Chile's DGA water authority, told Reuters increasing temperatures along the Andes Mountains in southern Chile and Argentina have meant less snow and ice to replenish the region's abundant glaciers. What occurred is a fracture as the ice has retreated, Casassa said. The chunk of ice that split off from the main glacier was estimated at 208 square kilometers, a relatively small part of the ice field. But Casassa said it may be a sign of things to come. The ice field, he said, is now 'split in two, and we'll likely discover further divisions to the south,' he said. Two icebergs broke off the Grey Glacier in southern Chile's Torres del Paine National Park earlier this year, adding to fears that such ruptures are becoming more frequent."

2019-05-25 - Transformer explodes and burns at substation in Lewis Center (Ohio):

2019-05-25 - Transformer bursts into flame on Route 3 and causes blackouts in Clifton (New York):

2019-05-25 - Landfill fire breaks out at 4 AM in coastal Nantucket (Massachusetts):

2019-05-25 - Landfill fire breaks out near Rockford (Illinois):

2019-05-25 - Tire recycling plant rocked by explosion and fire near the waterfront in coastal Widnes (Britain):

Quote: "Huge plumes of thick black smoke can be seen over Widnes after reports of an 'explosion' in the town. Pictures showed the smoke billowing over the town as witnesses reported hearing a loud bang shortly beforehand. It is believed the fire has broken out in an industrial area near the waterfront."

2019-05-24 - Powerful EF3 tornado causes devastation in El Reno (Oklahoma), 2 killed, 29 injured:

Quote: "At least two people were killed and 29 injured, some critically, when a tornado ripped through an Oklahoma City suburb in the middle of the night, wiping out a hotel, a mobile-home park and several other buildings in just four minutes. The National Weather Service confirmed Sunday that a tornado hit El Reno, a town with a population of nearly 20,000, on Saturday and left a swath of damage that will take weeks to clean up and pain loved ones of the dead will likely never get over."

Quote: "The weather service reported that the twister cut a 2.2-mile long path of destruction, and was about 75 yards at its widest point. The tornado carried debris more than 4 miles northeast of El Reno, officials said."

2019-05-25 - Wildfire grows to 600+ acres in marshy area near coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-05-25 - Wildfire breaks out and grows to 1200 acres near Surprise (Arizona):

2019-05-25 - Yacht bursts into flame in Jamestown Harbor in coastal Jamestown (Rhode Island), nobody aboard:

2019-05-25 - Yacht bursts into flame while docked at yacht club on the Tennessee River in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

Note: These are the 444th and 445th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-05-25 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Macon (Georgia):

2019-05-25 - Tractor bursts into flame at dairy farm in Bad Axe (Michigan):

2019-05-25 - Semi tractor bursts into flame while parked at FedEx facility in Fife (Washington):

Note: These are the 852nd, 853rd and 854th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-05-25 - UPS delivery truck bursts into flame on Gardenville Drive in York County (Virginia):

2019-05-25 - USPS mail truck bursts into flame on Omeara Drive in Houston (Texas):

Note: FedEx truck burning, UPS truck burning AND a USPS truck burning - burning delivery truck trifecta!

2019-05-25 - Truck bursts into flame on Upper Icknield Way in Halton (Britain):

Quote: "Saturday 25 May, 7.42am Small fire in engine of lorry, Upper Icknield Way, Halton. One appliance and crew from Aylesbury attended. Firefighters used one hose reel, a toolkit and a thermal imaging camera."

2019-05-25 - Campervan bursts into flame on Eastwood Drive in Highwoods (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Around 30 vans destroyed by fire while parked at business just outside York (Britain):

Quote: "Fire crews from Huntington and Acomb have been called to an incident near the A64 just outside York. They say around 30 vans were alight at a commercial property at Stockton on the Forest."

2019-05-25 - SUV bursts into flame in parking lot in coastal Hyannis (Massachusetts):

2019-05-25 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 3 AM while parked on street in coastal Roxbury (Massachusetts):

2019-05-25 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Stourport-On-Severn (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Car bursts into flame on the Cross Island Parkway in coastal Queens (New York):

2019-05-25 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 south of Boise near Blacks Creek (Idaho):

2019-05-25 - Car bursts into flame on I-25 in El Paso County (Colorado):

2019-05-25 - Uber car bursts into flame at Trafalgar Square in coastal London (Britain):

Note: Somebody call this Uber driver an Uber!

2019-05-25 - Car bursts into flame on Pickering Road in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Pickering Road, Hull. Sat 25 May 2019 21:52 (No:11295) Car fire. Hose reel in use."

2019-05-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-695 at Providence Road in Baltimore County (Maryland):

2019-05-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 5:01 AM on the M53 near coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame between Urchfont and Lydeway (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Boscombe Grove Road in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Two vehicles and home destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM on Old Ashby Road in Greenville (New Hampshire):

2019-05-25 - Commercial building destroyed by fire on South Plymouth Avenue in Rochester (New York), 850 feet from the Genesee River:

2019-05-25 - Two storage sheds destroyed by fire at home, garage damaged, in Belmont (New Hampshire):

2019-05-25 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Culbertson Road in Duluth Township (Minnesota), nobody there:

2019-05-25 - Garage destroyed by fire in historic area on Northeast Cookingham Drive in Kansas City (Missouri):

2019-05-25 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire in coastal Washington DC:

2019-05-25 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:30 AM in Surgoinsville (Tennessee):

2019-05-25 - Home heavily damaged by fire on South Avenue Southwest in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), nobody there:

2019-05-25 - Home destroyed by fire on Stillwater Road in Conklin (New York), 300 feet from the Susquehanna River:

2019-05-25 - Home destroyed by fire on Perley Avenue in Pembroke (New Hampshire):

2019-05-25 - Multi-family home destroyed by fire on Adams Street in Waltham (Massachusetts):

2019-05-25 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Laurel Road in Lindenwold (New Jersey), 1 injured:

2019-05-25 - Deadly fire burns home just before 3 AM on Demona Place in Spring Valley (California), 1 killed:

2019-05-25 - Deadly fire destroys home in Phoenix (Arizona), 1 killed:

2019-05-25 - Vacant home burns on Culver Road in Richmond (Virginia):

2019-05-25 - Whale washes ashore dead at Kealia Beach on the island of Kauai (Hawaii):

2019-05-25 - Two people found dead in hotel room in coastal Newport News (Virginia), 3200 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "There appear to be no signs of foul play and is being investigated as suspicious deaths."

Note: No signs of foul play - that IS suspicious! Wait...what?

2019-05-25 - Two women, 22 and 26, found dead in well in Vilachchiya on the island of Sri Lanka:

2019-05-25 - Four students die in stream in Lao Cai Province (Vietnam):

2019-05-25 - Woman has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane after leaving from coastal Chennai, woman dies after plane lands in Bhubaneswar (India):

Quote: "Indigo flight -- 6E292 -- between Chennai and Kolkata was diverted here on Saturday due to a medical emergency."

Quote: "While it was suspected that Noor Seikh died of cardiac arrest, police sources said that they will be confirm the reason only after post-mortem – scheduled be conducted Sunday."

2019-05-25 - Man falls off boat while fishing and dies in Lake Erie near Frenchtown Township (Michigan):

Quote: "At this point, it's not clear if the man suffered some type of medical episode or if he died from drowning."

2019-05-25 - Man, 61, found dead in Lake Lanier near boat dock in Hall County (Georgia):

2019-05-25 - Man, 30 to 40, found dead along South Chickamauga Creek in Catoosa County (Georgia):

2019-05-25 - Man found dead in Pickerel Lake in St. Paul (Minnesota):

2019-05-25 - Man found dead in the St. Croix River in Stillwater Township (Minnesota):

2019-05-25 - Man found dead in creek near the Kameoka Trail area in Stillwater (Oklahoma):

2019-05-25 - Man found dead near the White River in Anderson (Indiana):

2019-05-25 - Boy, 7, found dead in pond near his home in Eminence (Kentucky):

2019-05-25 - Man, 62, found dead in car at Walmart in Kernersville (North Carolina):

2019-05-25 - Man found dead in van in parking lot in Leominster (Massachusetts):

2019-05-25 - Person found dead along Sulphur Springs Road in Murfreesboro (Tennessee):

2019-05-25 - Person found dead near Dunkin Donuts in southern Hawthorne (New Jersey):

2019-05-25 - Man, 52, found dead in the Cal-Sag Channel in Palos Heights (Illinois):

2019-05-25 - Man, 60 to 65, found dead on the banks of canal near Athmakur (India):

2019-05-25 - Man in his 40s, accomplished diver, dies after being pulled from the water while diving near coastal Wexford (Ireland):

Quote: "He was an accomplished diver and former member of the Garda Water Unit."

2019-05-25 - Man, 30 to 50, found dead in the water near wharf by hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Trucker has 'medical episode', tractor trailer slams into wall, in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 injured:

Quote: "Police say a semi truck was traveling westbound on East Windmill Lane from South Eastern Avenue when the driver experienced a medical episode and struck a brick wall."

2019-05-25 - Driver has 'medical condition', car crashes into picnic bench in park in Somerville (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Quote: "Somerville fire crews said the driver appeared to have a medical condition and was transported to the hospital."

2019-05-25 - Twin-engine plane makes emergency landing in field in McKinney (Texas), engine failure:

2019-05-25 - Small plane crashes and burns on coastal St. Simons Island (Georgia), 1 killed:

2019-05-25 - Small plane crashes during takeoff from airport in East Haddam (Connecticut):

2019-05-25 - Small plane crashes at airport in Auburn (California):

2019-05-25 - Passenger bus veers off road, crashes into tree, near Manamunda (India), 18 injured:

2019-05-25 - Tractor trailer overturns on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Town of Cochrane (Canada):

2019-05-25 - SUV veers off road at 5:30 AM, mows down three teens at bus stop and kills all of them, in coastal Miami (Florida), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2019-05-25 - Car crashes into SUV then plunges into retention pond, in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), 1 injured:

2019-05-25 - Naked man found wandering around in coastal Brick Township (New Jersey):

2019-05-25 - Shark attacks and kills man at Ka’anapali Beach Park area on the island of Maui (Hawaii):

2019-05-25 - Shark attacks boy, tears leg off, in Noumea (New Caledonia):

Quote: "The child was hospitalised following the shark attack. Prior to that, his father plunged into the water to recover his son but the animal had already maimed the kid, according to RRB radio. A 10-year-old boy had his leg torn off by a shark on 25 May as the marine predator attacked him while he was swimming with his sister in a restricted zone in Noumea, New Caledonia, Sputnik France reported. In addition to the serious leg injury, the shark tore part of the child's abdomen."

2019-05-25 - Alligator attacks and injures woman at Fay Lake Wilderness Park in coastal Port St. John (Florida):

2019-05-25 - Sinkhole opens on street in coastal Sheringham (Britain):

2019-05-25 - Vacant building collapses in Waterbury (Connecticut):

2019-05-25 - Theater stage collapses in Zhangzhou (China), 1 killed, 14 injured:

2019-05-25 - Volcano Sinabung erupts again in Indonesia:

2019-05-25 - Magnitude 5.1 earthquake shakes Tokyo (Japan):

2019-05-25 - Earthquake swarm of 196 earthquakes shakes coastal volcanic White Island (New Zealand):

2019-05-25 - Temperatures head to triple-digits in central Florida:

2019-05-25 - Temperatures head to triple-digits in Tennessee and the Carolinas:

Quote: "'Mother Nature continues to play this cruel joke on the citizens of Middle TN. Doesn't she know it's still spring?' The post made by the National Weather Service said. 'Apparently she doesn't give a hoot. Instead, she's decided to set up a hot-box across the region.'"

2019-05-25 - Heatwave bakes Japan:

Quote: "Temperatures rose across Japan on Saturday to highs usually not seen until the height of summer, causing hundreds of people to be taken to hospitals and prompting the weather agency to issue heatstroke warnings."

2019-05-25 - Rare twin tornadoes photographed in the Highlands (Scotland):

2019-05-25 - US births fell to a 32-year low in 2018, birthrate in record slump:

Note: Good! Every child born from here on out is just another person who's gonna burn to death, or fall over dead, or starve to death, or get paralyzed for life by a corpse driver, or have their brains damaged and go insane and then die, or 'drown', etc, etc. It's cruel and/or insane to inflict what's coming on a child...

2019-05-25 - Nearly 25% of Americans are going into debt trying to pay for necessities like food:


  1. Hey Jonny, Fran, Mike D. [thanks for that AI link!], Tom N., LL, Terry and FezzedOne. The suffering continues to ramp up (whether we expect it or not).

    All the evidence of a continuing WARMING of the planet, provided here almost daily despite the Grand Solar Minimum clearly indicates that SOTT is way off base and has their own agenda (to be "trendy"?).

    The boats, trucks, cars of all types, golf carts, A/C units, businesses (including car washes!) and buildings that keep erupting into flame (again, DAILY on this site) indicates an atmosphere becoming saturated with flammable and/or explosive (and TOXIC) gases. Similarly the Ocean (all 7 of them) is less and less able to support life.

    Though we don't realize it, we're all at an ever increasing risk of death due to the many ways Jonny listed above including loss of habitat.

    Hey, FINALLY some authority sees suspicion in the deaths of two people with NO SIGNS OF FOUL PLAY! uh, YEAH!! He should read JJFH and report to his superiors (before being fired or "put away" as a kook).

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 5.26.19 Escaping extinction through paradigm shift [~ 19 min.]

    Methane, Sulfur Dioxide, Volcano & EQ Report with Margo (May 26, 2019) [~ 66 min.]

    Monday, 27 May 2019
    Update on Oroville Dam

    Oroville Dam - May 26 2019 Update New! Please read! Important! [includes 3 videos, one of them LIVE cams]

    Millions of people in danger as more than 60% of the world's rivers contain "dangerous levels of antibiotics" could kill 10 million people by 2050

    [another heat story]
    A warning of what's to come? Summertime kicks off in the Northern Hemisphere with Southwest US, Japan India and Pakistan all breaking heat-related-records

    [from our No Shit, Sherlock files]
    U.S. military is accused of contaminating environment with carcinogenic chemical on Japan’s Okinawa

    The U.S. military on the Japanese island of Okinawa is facing accusations of environmental contamination after high levels of a carcinogenic chemical were found in the rivers around a U.S. air base and in the blood of local residents. [more]

    [more below]

  2. Dozens rescued, 1 missing after flash floods in south west Saudi Arabia

    More than 300 earthquakes rattle White Island, NZ – No link to volcano activity SO FAR -Scientists don’t understand what set the swarm off

    A swarm of small earthquakes continues around Whakaari/White Island, but so far there’s no indication the quakes are connected to the volcano. Since Thursday, GeoNet has recorded more than 300 earthquakes, centred 20km deep or less, under the sea surrounding the Bay of Plenty island. Most have been to the west and south, and the largest had a magnitude of 3.9. GNS Science volcano information specialist Brad Scott said scientists were not aware of anything in particular that had set the swarm off. [more]

    Lightning strike kills two people in Nigeria

    Tornado leaves 2 dead & many missing after destroying hotel in Oklahoma

    More flash foods leave 24 dead, houses destroyed in Afghanistan

    'Disaster-predicting fish' spotted in Peru days before earthquake

    Mere days before the disaster struck the South American country, and shortly before a similar calamity hit eastern Japan, a deep sea dweller known as the giant oarfish or king of herrings was discovered by locals washed up on Vichayito beach in the Peruvian town of Máncora. [more; pics and vid]

    New study links Roundup weed killer to liver damage

    "We found those patients who had more severe disease had higher levels of [glyphosate] excretion, which means they had higher levels of exposure, presumably through their diet," said lead researcher Paul Mills. He is director of UCSD's Center of Excellence for Research and Training in Integrative Health.

    [SOTT]Comment: From Carey Gillam citing revelations that have emerged from recent trial testimony: "Monsanto never conducted epidemiology studies for Roundup and its other formulations made with the active ingredient glyphosate, to see if the products could lead to cancer in people who used them."

    Glyphosate residue was significantly higher in patients with liver disease than in those with a healthier liver, the investigators found. There also appeared to be a dose-dependent relationship -- the more glyphosate in the urine, the worse a person's liver health. [more]

    Botswana Reopens Hunting Ignoring Science to Gain Votes

    Sea level rise could displace millions of people within two generations

    [i think most of humanity will be gone before this really ramps up]

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  3. 'Rolling Thunder' takes its final ride in 2019, unless President Trump gets his way

    Hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists from all over the country descended upon Washington, D.C. Sunday to engage in what might well be the final annual Rolling Thunder event-a ride that started in 1988 to pay tribute to service members killed in action or held as prisoners of war.

    The event could continue though, if President Donald Trump gets his way. Trump indicated the ride will happen again next year, in a tweet Sunday morning.

    Last December, the National Rolling Thunder organization announced the Memorial Day weekend ride this year would be the last, claiming costs have become too expensive. The 2018 event cost the group $200,000. [more; read on - they do a lot of charity work, where this money may be 'better' spent.]

    Paul Craig Roberts: The Assange/Manning Cases Discredit Humanity

    This demonstrates the twisted and sick state of American morality today. Bombing people is acceptable, but words might really hurt them. [more]

    The geometry of an artificial atom's electron determined for the first time

    Physicists at the University of Basel have shown for the first time how a single electron looks in an artificial atom. A newly developed method enables them to show the probability of an electron being present in a space. This allows improved control of electron spins, which could serve as the smallest information unit in a future quantum computer. The experiments were published in Physical Review Letters and the related theory in Physical Review B. [more; Spock: fascinating]

    Central US braces for more tornadoes, flooding into Tuesday [1.5 min. weather spot; til Thurs.?]

    Boeing (BA) Secures $52M Navy Deal to Support C-40A Aircraft

    [don't tell them about the "special features"]

    Here are 5 steps China could take to hurt the US beyond more tariffs

    Stop buying American products [we make something still?]
    Slow down customs clearances
    Sell its U.S. Treasury holdings [to WHO?]
    Let the renminbi slide vs. dollar
    Slowing license, other approvals for U.S. firms [more]

    Violent Memorial Day weekend leaves 27 shot, 5 killed

    At least 27 people have been shot, five fatally, in Chicago so far over Memorial Day weekend, including five people shot in a single incident Sunday on the Near West Side. [more; ~ 1.5 min. news spot]

    [and it ain't OVER yet]

    Soldier places flag during Memorial Day event through storm in 'jaw-dropping' display of 'discipline and dedication to duty' [24 sec. video]

    Surf and Turf: Russian sailboat crashes into parked Mercedes minibus

    The Russian boat, which had over 200 passengers on board at the time of the bizarre cross-over collision, suffered only a small bump and scratched paint on the stern. The same could not be said for the minibus belonging to a local catering company, which appeared to be almost crushed. The damage total is said to be around 50,000 euros. [more]

  4. Caught on video: Russia's Soyuz rocket HIT BY LIGHTNING during launch - still completed mission

    Is the latest spate of tornadoes in Kansas and Missouri the new normal?
    Missouri and Kansas this past week were stuck in a cycle of severe weather that rolls around roughly every 15 to 20 years. The last time the region had so many back-to-back tornadoes was in May 2003.

    Notorious "Tornado Alley" - the band of states in the central United States, including Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, that each spring are ravaged by hundreds of tornadoes - is not disappearing. But it seems to be expanding to include more of the Midwest and the Southeast's "Dixie Alley," a term coined in 1971.

    That means a higher frequency of tornadoes in Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky and eastern Missouri. [more]

    HAILSTONES shatter an Airbus A380's windscreen at 37,000ft over China, forcing the pilot to issue a mayday call

    Shocking images taken from inside the cockpit after the plane landed show both the front windscreen and side windows splintered due to the impact of the hail.

    some passengers likened the turbulence after the severe weather to being on a 'roller coaster. [more]

    8-year-old man dies after attack by dog in Japan