Friday, June 7, 2019

Event Update For 2019-06-06

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

2019-06-06 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane returns to Kansas City (Missouri):

Quote: "An American Airlines flight Thursday morning from Kansas City to Dallas was forced to return to Kansas City International Airport after a report of smoke in the cockpit."

2019-06-06 - Marine Corps CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter bursts into flame mid-air, helicopter makes emergency landing at airport in Imperial (California):

Quote: "A military helicopter being flown by personnel based at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar made a safe emergency landing in Imperial County Thursday after a fire broke out aboard it during a routine training flight, authorities said. The midair blaze on the CH-53E Super Stallion erupted for unknown reasons about 1 p.m., according to Marine Corps officials."

Note: These are the 66th and 67th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-06 - Underground sewer line explodes, 5 manhole covers blown off, 600 meters of road ripped apart, in Kolkata (India):

Quote: "An explosion in the sewer line opposite Tangra police station, triggered by gas build-up in the choked drains, startled residents and led to momentary panic on Thursday afternoon. The explosion blew up five sewage covers and ripped the asphalt off a 600metre stretch of Gobinda Khatik Road."

2019-06-06 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, pile of scrap cars burns, in Omaha (Nebraska):

Quote: "Omaha firefighters are working on a blaze that has sent vehicles up in smoke in the North Downtown area."

2019-06-06 - Around 15 cars go up in flames while parked in industrial lot in Grafton (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Around 15 cars in an industrial lot on Creeper Hill Road caught fire Thursday night."

2019-06-06 - Landfill fire breaks out at 5:45 AM at First Piedmont Landfill in Ringgold (Virginia):

2019-06-06 - Trash facility erupts in flame in coastal Roxbury (Massachusetts):

2019-06-06 - Transformer explodes and burns at substation in Fullerton (California), blackouts ensue:

2019-06-06 - Transformer explodes and burns in Wilkins Township (Pennsylvania), blackouts ensue:

2019-06-06 - Temperatures in the Arctic are above zero:

2019-06-06 - Wildfire rages near Pickle Lake, Ontario (Canada):

2019-06-06 - Two oilfield tank batteries go up in flames near apartment complex in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2019-06-06 - Boat bursts into flame while parked at home in Harrison (Tennessee):

2019-06-06 - Yacht 'Ohana' bursts into flame in the Gulf of Mexico near coastal Key West (Florida):

Note: These are the 478th and 479th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-06 - Passenger bus bursts into flame at 3:45 AM on highway near Enugumarri (India):

Quote: "Frequent incidents of motor vehicles catching fire in the district has become a cause for concern. In the last few months, at least 10 vehicles went up in flames."

2019-06-06 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Northowram (Britain):

Note: These are the 272nd and 273rd buses to burn in 2019...

2019-06-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked at truck stop in Dothan (Alabama):

2019-06-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at shopping center near US 130 between Hutto and Pflugerville (Texas):

2019-06-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5:30 AM on I-95 near White Marsh (Maryland):

2019-06-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 51 near Lula (Georgia):

2019-06-06 - Tractor bursts into flame near Inwood (Iowa):

2019-06-06 - Tractor bursts into flame on the A17 in Brant Broughton (Britain):

Note: These are the 921st, 922nd, 923rd, 924th, 925th and 926th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-06 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on the Gateway Motorway in coastal Brisbane (Australia):

2019-06-06 - RV bursts into flame on street near the Green River in coastal Kent (Washington):

Note: This is the 197th RV to burn in 2019...

2019-06-06 - Van bursts into flame on I-30 in Texarkana (Texas):

2019-06-06 - Car bursts into flame on Park Street in Bristol (Connecticut):

2019-06-06 - Car bursts into flame on the A38 near Burton (Britain), man burned:

2019-06-06 - Car bursts into flame on the A169 in Malton (Britain):

2019-06-06 - Car bursts into flame at 11:56 PM on Massey Street in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Massey Street, Hull. Thu 6 Jun 2019 23:56 (No:12223) Car fire. Hose reel and 1 BA in use."

2019-06-06 - Vehicle bursts into flame on East Pacheco Road in Bakersfield (California):

2019-06-06 - Lawnmower bursts into flame at home, fire spreads, home destroyed, on Meadow Drive SE in Rochester (Minnesota):

Quote: "The homeowner was on the property at the time and tells authorities it began with a lawnmower fire."

2019-06-06 - Auto shop goes up in flames in Salem (Virginia), 320 feet from Mason Creek, 2 injured:

2019-06-06 - Barn destroyed by fire in Rochester (Washington):

2019-06-06 - Mattress warehouse heavily damaged by fire near the Inner Harbor in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2019-06-06 - Credit union damaged by fire at 3:40 AM in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), nobody there:

2019-06-06 - Restaurant damaged by fire in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2019-06-06 - Bar and grill and apartments destroyed by fire in Gilmanton (Wisconsin):

2019-06-06 - Packaging business devastated by massive fire in Kewdale (Australia):

Quote: "Department of Fire and Emergency Services district officer Gary Baxter said the fire started in pallets of plastic near an entrance to the factory."

2019-06-06 - Garage destroyed by fire in the wee hours at home in Marana (Arizona):

2019-06-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Lillian Highway in coastal Perdido Terrace (Florida), 350 feet from the ocean:

2019-06-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:45 AM on Swanage Road in Chesterfield (Virginia), nobody there:

2019-06-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Imperial Beach (California), 1 injured:

2019-06-06 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Mineral Avenue in Bozeman (Montana), nobody there:

2019-06-06 - Home destroyed by fire on Curry Branch Road in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-06-06 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2019-06-06 - Apartment building damaged by fire in the wee hours in Glendale (Arizona), 1 injured:

2019-06-06 - Vacant restaurant destroyed by fire in Kingston (Oklahoma):

2019-06-06 - Two porpoises wash ashore dead at coastal Rossall Beach (Britain):

2019-06-06 - Man and woman found dead in car at apartments on Driftwood Drive in St. Cloud (Minnesota), 900 feet from the Sauk River:

2019-06-06 - Boy, 11, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at home in Fargo (North Dakota):

Quote: "Police say a boy has drowned in a swimming pool at a home in Fargo. First responders were called to the home about 11 p.m. Thursday where they attempted to revive the child. Police say the 11-year-old boy was pronounced dead at the hospital."

2019-06-06 - Passenger, woman, 40, collapses and dies after passenger plane lands in coastal Dubai (UAE):

Quote: "A 40-year-old Chicago woman described as healthy and vibrant suddenly lost her life minutes after her plane landed in Dubai. Though it's unclear what exactly caused Brandi Hodges to die, her cousin, who lives in Houston, said she was in good health and has traveled abroad before."

2019-06-06 - Man drops dead in Union Square Park in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2019-06-06 - Man found dead in pond near supermarket in coastal Oceanside (California):

2019-06-06  Man found dead near Carey Lake in Hibbing (Minnesota):

2019-06-06 - Boy, 16, found dead in pond in Washington County (Iowa):

2019-06-06 - Man, 32, found dead at home in New Springville on coastal Staten Island (New York):

2019-06-06 - Man, 18, dies in the water at quarry near Schuyler (Virginia):

2019-06-06 - Man, 30, found dead in canal outside Clewiston (Florida):

2019-06-06 - Man slumps over dead in vehicle on Sierra College Boulevard in Rocklin (California):

2019-06-06 - Man, 69, found dead on bike trail in Almira Township (Michigan):

2019-06-06 - Person found dead in the water at beach in coastal Port Elliot (Australia):

2019-06-06 - Man in his 30s found dead in canal in Chumphon (Thailand):

2019-06-06 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger train in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

Quote: "Luas commuters are facing major delays this evening as there has been a medical emergency on board one of the trams in the city center. This is the second time that an emergency has happened on one of the services this week as the last one happened two days ago."

2019-06-06 - Woman, 66, has 'medical issue', car crashes into porch at home, in Grand Rapids (Michigan), 1 injured:

Quote: "GRPD Lt. Pat Merrill says it appears the 66-year-old driver suffered some sort of medical issue before her vehicle hit the front porch of a house."

2019-06-06 - Small plane makes emergency landing on Pyramid Highway near Reno (Nevada), electrical problem:

2019-06-06 - Small plane flips over during takeoff at airport in Frederick (Maryland), 1 lightly injured:

2019-06-06 - Float plane makes emergency landing on the Mississippi River near Prairie du Chien (Wisconsin), engine failure:

2019-06-06 - Freight train derails in Stanwood (Iowa):

2019-06-06 - Passenger bus slams into sign in coastal Dubai (UAE), 15+ killed, 5 injured:

2019-06-06 - Four tractor trailers crash, two burst into flame, in Mississauga (Canada):

2019-06-06 - Car veers off road, crashes into pickup truck and home, in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut), 2 injured:

2019-06-06 - Sinkhole opens and partially swallows minivan in Lakeview area in Chicago (Illinois):

2019-06-06 - Sinkhole opens near casino in Kansas City (Missouri):

2019-06-06 - Vacant home partially collapses in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2019-06-06 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens, apartments evacuated, in Gaithersburg (Maryland):

2019-06-06 - Water main breaks, huge sinkhole opens, in Bay Village (Ohio):

2019-06-06 - Person has medical event at swimming pool at hotel in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

Quote: "According to our Breaking News Crew on the scene, the call was a medical call to a pool at a nearby hotel."

Note: A boy, 11, just died after being pulled from a swimming pool at a beachside resort in Myrtle Beach too, mentioned in the 2019-06-03 update...

2019-06-06 - Temperatures of up to 111F forecast for Laredo (Texas):

2019-06-06 - A month's worth of rain hits parts of Texas and Louisiana in 24 hours:

2019-06-06 - Heavy rain, flooding and possible tornadoes hit Baton Rouge (Louisiana), 1+ killed:

2019-06-06 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2019-06-06 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Hiroshima (Japan):

2019-06-06 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Libya, again, 4 killed, 2500 displaced:

2019-06-06 - Air pollution kills 100,000 children in India every year, study finds:

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  1. Good morning Jonny and all your readers.

    Amazing how there are JJFH events at the same place only a day or two apart, yet the authorities and news media generally fail to make the connection.

    Gonna be some major road work going on in India, eh? That's a nice sized stretch of road that blew apart!

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 6.7.19 Western red cedars die off as extended dry spells continue [~ 11.6 min.]

    Methane, Sea Ice, Climate Update & Earthquake Report with Margo (June 7, 2019) [~ 50 min.]

    The end of the Arctic as we know it

    The demise of an entire ocean is almost too enormous to grasp, but as the expedition sails deeper into the Arctic, the colossal processes of breakdown are increasingly evident.

    The natural thaw that starts with spring’s warm weather is being amplified by manmade global heating. The Arctic has heated up by 2C above pre-industrial levels, twice the global average. Some hotspots, including parts of the Fram strait, have warmed by 4C. There are variations from year to year, but the trend is clear and accelerating. Sea ice is melting earlier in the spring and freezing later in the autumn. Each summer it thins more and recedes further, leaving greater expanses of the ocean exposed to 24-hour sunlight. This is driving back the frontiers of ice and fragmenting one of the planet’s most important climate regulators. It is also creating a series of feedbacks that are accelerating the Arctic melt. Several are only partially understood. [more]

    North Carolina firefighters suppress fire in deep organic soils

    Mop-up efforts on the Squires Timber Fire in Pender County concluded this week and it’s now in monitor status. NCFS rangers are keeping an eye on this to make sure it stays out. About three acres of the wildfire were in a Carolina bay with heavy organic soils which made for challenging control as the fire burned as much as two feet deep. The 8-acre wildfire began April 29 but flared back up after long, hot, and dry days. The initial cause was an escaped debris burn. [more]

    The US suffered its 2nd wettest May ever and the wettest 12 month period ever with some cities suffering almost double the yearly average

    [more here]
    Wettest 12 months in U.S. history, again – “The last twelve months beat the previous record, set just a month ago, by a full 1.48 inches”

    The year to date also ranks as the wettest January-to-May period in U.S. history. The nationally averaged total of 15.71” is well above the previous record of 15.13” from Jan.-May 1983. In fact, the difference of 0.58” is almost twice as big as the difference between any other two Jan.-May periods in the 125-year dataset, when arranged from dryest to wettest.
    [more from Weather Underground]

    [more below]

  2. [here's the stupid cause of a fire last year]
    Investigators determine Ranch Fire caused by spark from hammer

    Investigators for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, CAL FIRE, determined that the Ranch Fire that started east of Ukiah, California July 27, 2018 began when a man used a hammer to drive a 24-inch metal stake into the ground.

    An hour after the Ranch Fire began during Red Flag Warning conditions, the River Fire started about 13 miles to the south, west of Clear Lake. The two fires were later managed as the Mendocino Complex, named after the county in which they started. The Ranch Fire consumed 410,203 acres and damaged or destroyed 280 structures.

    The investigators talked with a property owner who explained that he was installing a shade cover over a water tank when he agitated an underground yellow jacket’s nest. Being allergic to bees, he retreated until after they stopped swarming, then using a claw hammer he drove the metal stake 10 to 12 inches into the ground to plug the hole. He smelled smoke and saw a fire that was about two feet by two feet. His efforts to put it out with a shovel and two different water lines were not successful. [more]

    First coronal mass ejection detected from another star ejects 1.2 million billion tonnes of plasma into space

    They saw X-rays flashes associated with the emission of giant bubbles of plasma. The coronal mass ejection was strong enough to throw into space 1.2 million billion tonnes of plasma, about 10,000 times more massive than the biggest ejection ever produced by the Sun. [more]

    Mysterious flash of blue light in Dallas sky coincides with power surge – No transformer explosion, no lightning… What the heck?

    A flash of blue light lit up the sky in eastern Dallas County on Tuesday night. [more]

    George Orwell's classic dystopian novel "1984" turns 70 while the book remains relevant as it ever was with "alternative facts" and "fake news."

    *Electromagnetic Radiation* - "Ground Level" UVAB & UVC - 06/07/2019 -1080p [MrMBB333 video] [~ 2 min.]

    [awfully high UVC readings lately]

    Record-Breaking Heat in Alaska Wreaks Havoc on Communities and Ecosystems

    [a snippet from our We're Number One segment]
    The U.S. is leading the global charge to scale back protected lands

    Ninety percent of all proposals the U.S. has ever made to reduce or eliminate protected areas have taken place since 2000. And 99 percent of those proposed rollbacks were associated with industrial-scale development projects, including oil and gas extraction. [more]

    Day Zero in India Looming For Millions

    In India, “Day Zero” has already arrived for over 100 million people, thanks to excessive groundwater pumping, an inefficient and wasteful water supply system and years of deficient rains. “Day Zero” is expected to arrive for millions more in India by 2020, when groundwater supplies are predicted to run out for 100 million people in the northern half of India. [more]

    [next piece below]

  3. Summer Temperature Trends in the Contiguous U.S.

    Happy meteorological summer! While many view summer as the season of vacations and outdoor activities, it is also the season of extreme heat. Those extremes can get much more frequent with a seemingly small increase in average temperatures — an increase that is already happening with climate change. Warming summers are endangering health, stressing agriculture, and raising energy costs. [more]

    Citizen Cattle

    “The Skid Is Everywhere”, And We Just Received More Confirmation That The Worst Is Yet To Come

    All over America, large portions of our major cities are being transformed into stomach-churning cesspools of squalor. Thousands of tens cities are popping up from coast to coast as the homeless population explodes, even the New York Times admits that we are facing “the worst drug crisis in American history”, there were more than 28,000 official complaints about human feces in the streets of San Francisco last year alone, and millions of rats are currently overrunning the city of Los Angeles. And yet the authorities continue to insist that the economy is in good shape and that everything is going to be just fine. [more]

    [from the 6th]
    Trump Just Poked The Dragon In The Eye, And U.S.-China Relations Just Took An Ominous Turn For The Worse

    After what President Trump just did, the odds of the U.S. and China being able to reach a trade agreement this year officially just went from slim to none. For China, there is no issue more sensitive than the status of Taiwan. For the Chinese, it is unthinkable for anyone to even suggest that Taiwan is not a part of China, and the Chinese are prepared to defend their “one China” policy to the death if necessary. On the other hand, most Americans are entirely clueless about Taiwan. In fact, if you gave them a blank map of the world the vast majority of Americans wouldn’t even be able to find Taiwan thanks to our exceedingly poor system of public education. So for most Americans, a news story about how President Trump plans to sell 2 billion dollars worth of arms to Taiwan is completely and utterly meaningless. But for the Chinese, such news is a deep national insult… [more]

    [from the 5th, yeah - i forgot to post these this week]
    This Wasn’t Supposed To Happen: U.S. Employment Growth Just Plunged To The Lowest Level In 9 Years

    If the U.S. economy was heading into a recession, we would expect to see a slowdown in the employment numbers, and that is precisely what is happening. According to payroll processing firm ADP, the U.S. economy only added 27,000 new jobs in May, and that is way below the number that is needed just to keep up with population growth. Of course some in the mainstream media are attempting to put a positive spin on this, but there really is no denying that this is a truly awful number. In fact, we have not seen a number this bad in more than 9 years… [more]

    Unusually strong Storm Miguel hits Spain, France and Benelux with hurricane-force winds

    An unusually strong storm for this time of year is battering parts of Spain, France and Benelux on June 7, 2019, with wind gusts up to 150 km/h (93 mph). The storm was named Miguel on June 5 by the Spanish Met Agency. This is the 23rd named storm of the 2018/19 European windstorm season. [more]

    [continued below]

  4. Month's worth of rain in 24 hours hits parts of U.S. Gulf Coast, at least one person killed

    A month's worth of rain hit parts of Texas and Louisiana in just 24 hours on June 5 to June 6, 2019, causing flash flooding and leaving at least one person dead. At least 4 tornadoes touched down in Louisiana. [more]

    Image of the Day: Satellite view of deforestation in Peru’s Madre de Dios region

    Mexico capitulates, signs migrant-control agreement - US tariffs 'indefinitely suspended'

    FBI failed to document four Clinton witness interviews. Barr should reopen Clinton probe.

    Multiple suicides in US relate back to the Clintons

    In unguarded audio recording, Pompeo blabs Venezuela plot

    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo just spilled the beans on Washington's regime-change maneuver in Venezuela. The US is not supporting a popular pro-democracy movement, as the official media narrative goes.

    There is no movement against incumbent President Nicolas Maduro worth talking about, admits Pompeo. It's all an orchestration by Washington. In short, a criminal plot. [more]

    Multiple reports of meteor fireball soaring over Brazil

    More sinkholes in central Turkey appear

    The number of sinkholes has rose substantially in recent years due to excessive use of groundwater for irrigation, while authorities work on plans on how to fill the voids of some 330 sinkholes. No casualties were reported so far but sinkholes render a significant portion of fields unusable.

    Some are shallow while others are as deep as 150 meters. [more; JEEZ!]

    26 killed due to hail and dust storms in Uttar Pradesh, India

    At least 26 people were killed and 57 injured as dust storms, hail, rain and lightning struck various parts of Uttar Pradesh late on Thursday evening, collapsing walls, uprooting of trees and prompting authorities to launch a large-scale rescue operation, officials said. [more]

    SOTT Earth Changes Summary - May 2019: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs [~ 20.25 min.]

    Saturday, 8 June 2019
    Major censorship on Facebook
    Complete and INSTANT censorship on Facebook

    I wonder whose sensitivities it offends to post something that warns the public to something as important as this.
    Clearly, the story is very REAL, and the authorities want desperately to have it buried [more; story about illegal immigrants from Africa WITH EBOLA recently crossing our southern border]

    ILLEGAL ALIENS FROM EBOLA COUNTRIES CAUGHT CROSSING US BORDER: CDC Director Warns Ebola Virus to Go International; Vaccine Running out [link @ site]

    Kunstler: America's Not Going Socialist, It's Going Medieval [incl. ~ 9.5 min. video]

  5. Not too worried about Ebola-infected Congolese crossing the southern border. It's the wrong disease for that. If they're infected by Ebola then they'll be spewing blood out of their orifices on the plane trip into Mexico City or wherever, and they won't make it any farther than that. If they take a boat then they'll be dead long before they reach land, and probably everybody else on the boat will be dead too. Much scarier than Ebola would be any disease (like a deadly strain of flu or pneumonic plague) that has a significant dormant period where you're infected and highly contagious but not dying. Someone with something like that who goes through an airport or bus stop could cause an explosive and potentially unstoppable worldwide outbreak. That's what all the outbreak experts fear the most, and something like that could sprout up out of nowhere anywhere and at any time.

    1. Apparently there is a longer dormancy with Ebola than previously thought. And while dormant people can pass it on. Later I'll try to dig up where I saw that a few weeks ago.

    2. Wow, you're right, I found it - it can lie dormant in a survivor for up to a YEAR and then reactivate. Apparently it's rare, but it can't be THAT rare. Of course, there aren't that many survivors either, so that cuts down on the possibility. Some. Damn, now I'm scared of Ebola survivor Congolese! LMAO, as if I needed something else to terrify me!

    3. Wonder what they're doing with survivors - mandatory one-year lockdown or house arrest? Seems harsh, like prison, but all you did was get sick and survive it. But whatcha gonna do?


    This ten min video covers a youngish couple who recently died in Figi soon after flying from Texas. The symptoms they had indicate the possibility of Ebola. If not the it was certainly a nasty strain of something. But it seems that they were both infected before arriving in Figi.

    1. Here's the latest news on that couple - wasn't the flu.

      Doesn't seem like Ebola - no bleeding, just some vomiting then death. Doesn't say where they were in Fiji, but people go there for the beaches, so I'm waiting to see WHERE they were. I'd bet it's near the ocean though.

    2. Quote: "Ms Paul’s father, Marc Calanog, told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram the couple met five years ago in Hawaii, and that both loved beaches and snorkelling."

    3. You know I did consider the possibility that this was a JJFH situation, but I discounted it because of the excessive vomiting. So vomiting can sometimes be a symptom of H2S exposure?

    4. Yes, 'flu-like illness'. Not flu, but sometimes if you just KINDA get poisoned, but not enough to strike you dead immediately, then you might do some vomiting before dying, or feel nauseous, or dizzy, or hot.

    5. Other possible symptoms: difficulty breathing, headaches, hallucinations, eye irritation, nosebleeds, and pretty much any 'flu-like' symptoms. I suspect which symptoms you get varies from person to person and also may be different depending on whether you get poisoned by breathing the gas, or you get contaminated water in your lungs, or in your eyes, or in your ear canal or nasal cavity right next to your brain.

    6. Over a month ago I had what I later assumed to be the flu, but I'm still not sure. For the first day and a half I thought something was wrong with my stomach and intestines. I did have some nausea and almost vomited once. Mostly I just felt like absolute shit but it wasn't like any flu I had before. All in all I had it for about three days. But I only had a fever one night. A very high fever, probably around 104 at one point. But again, only one night. I didn't think I had the flu until that night because of the fever. In the past with the flu I have a high fever every night and a lower fever during the days until it burns the flu out. Oh, and I did have some dizziness too.

      Who knows? I may have been close to a JJFH statistic.

    7. Yeah, I had a couple of weird medical incidents too. One was when out of nowhere I suddenly felt intensely nauseous and barfed, like, immediately. But then it was gone, and I felt okay, but...what was that all about? Another time I suddenly felt dizzy and I could tell I was gonna fall unconscious so I took three steps and dove onto my bed and fell unconscious for, I dunno, not long, maybe 30 seconds. And then I was okay after that too. Just mysterious out-of-nowhere things. Gotta wonder.

  7. Yeah, we're all gonna get 'got' by somethin': natural disaster, disease, JJFH event, violence, explosion - somethin'! Quicker is probably preferable to anything long and drawn out, imho. I'd rather get a whiff of lethal H2S than be trapped in a burning car.

  8. Texas police chief, Army veteran, missing after being knocked overboard from boat

    Authorities spent Friday afternoon and evening searching Galveston Bay for one of their own after a local police chief was knocked overboard from a fishing boat. [more]

  9. Earthquake swarm in SoCal has seismologists worried...

  10. Well, I spent some time digging on that Fiji couple death, mainly just looking for the basic WHERE of the story - where was the resort, what city or town were they in or which was nearest, what hospital did they get taken to. After reading dozens of news stories, and looking through the stories and government announcements in Fiji itself, I drew a blank. Nobody seems to have published any of the information as pertains to the WHERE of the events, anywhere. That just adds to the mystery. We've not only got the mystery of the WHY of their dying, we've even got mystery as to the WHERE, other than it happened somewhere in the Fiji Islands.

    1. It was at the Nadi Hospital. Almost 2 weeks after they died the hospital is in isolation mode.

    2. Aha! Well, if the resort is near the hospital then it's on or near the coast, since Nadi is a coastal town/city. One would think they'd have gone to the nearest hospital.