Friday, June 14, 2019

Event Update For 2019-06-13

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

2019-06-13 - Prepare for the climatic collapse of civilization:

2019-06-13 - Chesapeake Bay dead zone forecast to be one of the largest ever:

Quote: "A 'dead zone' with little or no oxygen content that forms each summer across the bottom of the Chesapeake Bay is forecast to be one of the largest on record in 2019."

Note: Just like the Gulf of Mexico dead zone, also forecast to be one of the largest ever...

2019-06-13 - Underground explosion and fire blows manhole cover off in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2019-06-13 - Underground electrical fire breaks out on Water Street in Augusta (Georgia):

2019-06-13 - Wildfires burning longer and harder to control, officials warn:

Quote: "'Some observers believe the stage is set for fire activity similar to the indescribable damage and staggering loss of life that we saw last year in Northern California,' Murkowski said during her opening remarks."

2019-06-13 - Passenger train bursts into flame at Union Station in Chicago (Illinois):

Note: A transit employee, man, 35, just had a 'medical problem' at a subway station in Chicago too and died shortly later, mentioned in the 2019-06-11 update...

2019-06-13 - Man has 'medical emergency' and topples into the American River in Rancho Cordova (California):

Quote: "Just after 9 a.m. Thursday, they responded to a call of a fisherman who had a medical emergency while he was wading in the water. Multiple crews, including the Sacramento Sheriff’s Office, responded to the reported drowning. When they arrived at the river, they found the man’s face completely under water. First responders and the fisherman was taken to an area hospital."

2019-06-13 - Transformer bursts into flame and causes blackouts in Interlochen (Michigan):

2019-06-13 - Transformer bursts into flame at tire plant in Spartanburg (South Carolina):

2019-06-13 - Boat bursts into flame just before 11 PM on trailer in coastal North Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), 1 injured:

Note: This is the 499th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-13 - School bus bursts into flame on street in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2019-06-13 - Double-decker school bus bursts into flame on the A1101 in Bury St Edmunds (Britain):

2019-06-13 - School bus bursts into flame while parked at school in coastal Ras al Khaimah (UAE):

Note: These are the 86th, 87th and 88th school buses to burn in 2019, and these are the 281st, 282nd and 283rd buses to burn in 2019...

2019-06-13 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on Highway 249 near Joplin (Missouri):

Note: This is the 32nd car-hauler to burn in 2019...

2019-06-13 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Uriah Butler Highway on the island of Trinidad:

2019-06-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 2 AM on I-5 in coastal Federal Way (Washington):

2019-06-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 2:53 AM on Highway 14 near Sharon (Wisconsin):

2019-06-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5 AM on ramp from Highway 61 to I-55 near Festus (Missouri):

2019-06-13 - Tractor (bulldozer) bursts into flame near Beech Grove (Texas):

2019-06-13 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame on Milton Drive in Madrid (Alabama):

2019-06-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M1 near Loughborough (Britain):

Note: These are the 968th, 969th, 970th, 971st, 972nd, 973rd, 974th and 975th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-13 - UPS box truck bursts into flame on I-94 in Brooklyn Center (Minnesota):

2019-06-13 - Box truck bursts into flame at business in Birmingham (Alabama):

2019-06-13 - Heavy truck bursts into flame at midnight, nearby transformer ignites, fire spreads to shops, in Noida (India):

Quote: "A massive fire broke out in Noida's Bhanghel furniture market around midnight on Thursday. A moving truck caught fire as it crossed the region. While it burned for approximately 10 minutes, a transformer nearby also caught it, escalating the situation."

2019-06-13 - Truck bursts into flame on the A38 at Haldon Hill (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Two RVs and RV trailer destroyed by fire while parked in storage yard in Concord (California), near the coast:

Note: These are the 203rd and 204th RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-06-13 - Van bursts into flame on Upper James Street in Hamilton (Canada):

2019-06-13 - SUV bursts into flame at Boys and Girls Club in Kosciusko (Mississippi):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame while parked at DMV in coastal Queens (New York):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on West Oakland Park Boulevard in Lauderdale Lakes (Florida):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame at 5:15 AM inside warehouse in Chicago (Illinois), 1 injured:

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on I-495 in Westborough (Massachusetts):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame near Michael G. Rippe Parkway and Alico Road in San Carlos Park (Florida):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame while parked in carpark in coastal Singapore:

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire scorches garage, on Beeston Drive in Winsford (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on the A556 in Mere (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on the M4 near Newport (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on street on the island of Tortola (British Virgin Islands):

2019-06-13 - Vehicle bursts into flame in Reydon (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 5:50 AM at industrial estate in Carlisle (Britain):

Quote: "Vehicle Fire(Carlisle) 13 Jun 2019 At 05:50 hours one fire engine from Carlisle was called to a vehicle fire on Rosehill Industrial Estate, Carlisle. Crews used one breathing apparatus and one hosereel jet to extinguish the fire. The crew were in attendance for thirty minutes.'

2019-06-13 - Riverfront winery and restaurant destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM on the Ohio River in Manchester (Ohio):

Quote: "A fire tore through Moyer Winery in Adams County early Thursday morning. The longstanding restaurant and venue was slated to be a home base for the historic Showboat Majestic riverboat."

2019-06-13 - Bar and grill and apartments destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in Lake Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-06-13 - Strip mall heavily damaged by fire in Fair Oaks (California):

2019-06-13 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Bamwood Drive in north Harris County (Texas), 2 injured:

2019-06-13 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after 2 AM in Little Rock (Arkansas), firefighter has chest pains:

Quote: "One firefighter experienced chest pains while battling the blaze and was taken to the hospital to be checked out."

2019-06-13 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire shortly before 6:30 AM on 25th Street NW in Minot (North Dakota):

2019-06-13 - Home heavily damaged by fire in coastal San Mateo (California):

2019-06-13 - Home destroyed by fire on Fetters Road northwest of Bradford (Ohio), nobody there:

2019-06-13 - Home destroyed by fire, fire spreads to two more homes, on East Stewart Avenue in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2019-06-13 - Mansion destroyed by massive fire near The Woodlands (Texas), 2 injured:$2-million-mansion/5345757/

2019-06-13 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire on East Bartlett Street in Westfield (Massachusetts), nobody there:

2019-06-13 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire near Covington (Louisiana):

2019-06-13 - Condo complex heavily damaged by fire on Summit Court in Woodbury (Connecticut):

2019-06-13 - Deadly fire rips through duplex at 11:30 PM in coastal Gig Harbor (Washington), 1 killed:

2019-06-13 - Deadly fire devastates apartment building at 2:05 AM in Slingerlands (New York), 1 killed:

2019-06-13 - Pygmy sperm whale washes ashore dead at coastal Pendine Sands (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Fish found dead in coastal Witty’s Lagoon (Canada):

Quote: "'They were just all over,' Ferguson said. 'They had no signs of being attacked by anything so that’s what concerns me.' Ferguson said he counted 12 or 13 dead fish in the area where the water comes out of Sitting Lady Falls and meets the ocean. However, he said there were probably more, noting he saw some in the water as well. What concerned Ferguson is that none of the birds were eating the fish either."

2019-06-13 - Study projects substantial declines in large fish and marine species with warming oceans:

2019-06-13 - Man in his 50s found dead in swimming pool at home in Safed (Israel):

Quote: "A man in his 50s became the latest fatal drowning in Israel as the swimming season has barely begun. The man drowned in his home and was transported by Magen David Adom to Ziv Hospital in the city, where he was pronounced dead."

2019-06-13 - Child, 1, found dead at home in coastal Niceville (Florida):

2019-06-13 - Girl 16, dies in the 102 River in Barnard (Missouri):

2019-06-13 - Boy, 15, dies in pond in Creswell (Oregon):

Quote: "Just after 4 p.m. on June 13, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a 15-year-old boy from the Creswell area who had gone under water while swimming in a pond in Creswell and did not resurface."

2019-06-13 - Man, 66, found dead in pond a golf course in Flossmoor (Illinois):

2019-06-13 - Man, 36, found dead in the Jordan River in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2019-06-13 - Man, 56, found dead in Wheeler Lake in Limestone County (Alabama):

2019-06-13 - Man, 81, has 'medical episode' on boat, topples into pond and dies, in Coryell County (Texas):

Quote: "They think he suffered a medical episode while fishing from the flat-bottom boat, loss consciousness and fell into the water, authorities said."

2019-06-13 - Person found dead in apartment at 6:30 AM in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2019-06-13 - Man found dead near school in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2019-06-13 - Woman in her 70s drops dead near train station in coastal Seaford (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Person found dead in lake at Roath Park in coastal Cardiff (Britain):

2019-06-13 - Man, 33, has 'medical emergency', car crashes into building, in Colfax Township (Michigan), 1 killed:

Quote: "A 33-year-old Caseville man died Thursday and police believe a medical emergency was what lead to the single-vehicle fatal accident."

2019-06-13 - Woman has 'medical emergency', car crashes into fence, on Franklin Lake Road in Franklin Lakes (New Jersey):

Quote: "The unidentified woman was driving west on Franklin Lake Road and had been attempting to make a left onto Colonial Road when she had her medical emergency, said Capt. John Bakelaar. She veered right and struck a curb and caused minor damage to a wrought iron fence."

2019-06-13 - Woman has 'medical issue', car crashes into coulee, on East Bayou Parkway in Lafayette (Louisiana):

Quote: "According to Lafayette Police Department spokesperson Cpl. Bridgette Dugas said the driver lost control of the vehicle due to a medical issue. She was taken to a local hospital for minor injuries."

2019-06-13 - Small plane crashes in the Holly Lake area of Wood County (Texas), 2 injured:

2019-06-13 - Two tractor trailers collide head-on on causeway, fire erupts, near coastal Delta (Canada), 1 killed:

2019-06-13 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-65 in Tippecanoe County (Indiana):

2019-06-13 - Minivan veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, near Idabel (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2019-06-13 - SUV veers off road, crashes into rock wall, in Eagle Mountain (Utah), 1 injured:

Quote: "'The woman may have experienced a medical emergency, as there was no apparent effort to turn or slow down before the impact,' the release reads."

2019-06-13 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into trees, in Draper (Utah), 1 injured:

Quote: "Police don’t suspect alcohol was involved but speculate the crash occurred because of a medical incident, Adams said."

2019-06-13 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, marquee outside Newark Symphony Hall and tree, in coastal Newark (New Jersey), 2 injured:

2019-06-13 - Car veers off road at 4 AM, crashes into pole, in Greensboro (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2019-06-13 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, on Disston View Drive in Warwick Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2019-06-13 - Naked man, 40, goes berserk and assaults people outside movie theater in Waitsfield (Vermont):

Quote: "Police say a naked man is accused of assaulting moviegoers and police in Waitsfield. WCAX-TV reports that police responded to the Big Picture movie theater Thursday night for reports that a naked man was acting erratically and had assaulted numerous people. Vermont State Police say when troopers arrived the man, later identified as 40-year-old Charles Root of Weybridge, jumped on top of the cruiser and tried to kick out the windshield. Police say he also spit in a trooper's face after being arrested."

2019-06-13 - Sinkhole opens on street in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

2019-06-13 - Building collapses in coastal Lagos (Nigeria), 3 injured:

2019-06-13 - Water main breaks and floods street in Salem (Massachusetts):

2019-06-13 - Nature Bats Last with meteorologist Nick Humphrey:

2019-06-13 - Volcano Bolshaya Udina, previously considered extinct, rumbling, could erupt at any time, on the Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia):

Quote: "A volcano in the far eastern corner of Russia that was previously considered extinct may be waking up -- and an eruption could be catastrophic. The Bolshaya Udina volcano -- part of the Kamchatka Peninsula's Udina volcanic complex -- was believed to be extinct until 2017, when increasing seismic activity was detected beneath it, scientists say. Now, Ivan Koulakov, a geophysicist from Russia's A.A. Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics who led a study into the volcano, believes it should be reclassified as active. 'At any moment, an eruption can occur,' Koulakov told CNN. Between 1999 and September 2017, about 100 weak seismic events were detected beneath the volcano, which stands at 9,590 feet above sea level. An 'anomalous increase' in seismicity, however, began in October 2017."

2019-06-13 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Vancouver Lake (Washington):

2019-06-13 - Lightning strike kills man and woman in Mount Pleasant (Pennsylvania):

2019-06-13 - Hailstorm and rain wreak havoc on vegetable crops and orchards in Kashmir (India):

2019-06-13 - Rain and winds devastate plantain and cassava plantations in the Dominican Republic:

2019-06-13 - Two month's worth of rain in 48 hours hits Britain, serious flooding ensues:

2019-06-13 - Heavy rain and flooding hit southern China, 30+ killed, 2.2 million people affected:


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone - we made it through another week! i trust that you're all well and hanging in there, enjoying what time we have left.

    Beautiful night for sleeping (very cool - like mid 50s), but it's supposed to reach 80 here today, so here comes summer.

    Another long list of JJFH incidents indicating that we're all just waiting our turn for the grim reaper to visit by whatever means and we probably will be surprised, like the two teenagers who ran under a tree in Mt. Pleasant, PA to get out of the rain, but the tree was struck by lightning, killing them instantly and splintering the tree.

    Tractor trailer drivers don't usually drive into each other head-on, either.

    That climate-change collapse of civilization article is another manifestation of what McPherson and Jonny have been saying (they're just catching up). It's an informative read, none the less.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 6.14.19 As New Pipeline Battle Looms, Texas Moves Toward Criminalizing Protests [~ 17.75 min.]

    Volcano & Earthquake Report with Margo (June 14, 2019) [~ 37.5 min.]

    Strong eruption at Popocatepetl volcano, ash to 9.8 km (32 000 feet), Mexico

    A strong eruption took place at Popocatepetl volcano, Mexico at 15:40 UTC (10:40 local time) on June 14, 2019. [more]

    NEW - "STRANGE SOUNDS" coming from Sky! - Unusual phenomena RETURNS! [MrMBB333 video] [~ 11.5 min.]

    Frying the Pacific Northwest to cool the US East

    Corrupted Brazil poisons world’s food industry

    Brazil, one of the largest food producers around the world, has approved over 1,000 new pesticide products in recent years. [more]

    Star Trek logo spotted on Mars giant crater

    The most evocative thing yet discovered on the surface of the Red Planet is the Starfleet emblem from the fictional universe of Star Trek. [more; compared to the Face and the Pyramid]

    The Self-Destructive Trajectory of Overly Successful Empires

    [more below]

  2. Death toll surpasses 60, 9 300 homes collapsed as heavy rain hits China

    Heavy rain affecting southern and central China this week claimed lives of at least 64 people and forced evacuation of 356 000. The affected region stretches from Guangdong to Chongqing. [more]

    [here's a list of all the changing environmental rules]
    83 environmental rules being rolled back under Trump

    President Trump has made eliminating federal regulations a priority. His administration, with help from Republicans in Congress, has often targeted environmental rules it sees as burdensome to the fossil fuel industry and other big businesses. [cf. Trump regulation rollbacks will result in more than 200 million tons of additional greenhouse emissions each year – “The Trump administration has taken historically unprecedented actions to roll back years of environmental progress” –Des] [more]

    Staten Island police officer commits suicide, making him the 3rd NYPD suicide in 2 weeks

    The incident is the third in a disturbing series of events involving NYPD officers and apparent suicides this month.

    Barrels in Wallowa Lake, Oregon likely contain Agent Orange ingredients

    [i'm sure the marine life will love it]

    England on course for 17th coldest June in 360 years, concerns for crops

    [you rarely see an article concerning heat waves on SOTT]

    Cars plunge into river as bridge collapses in southern China [see 43 sec. video!]

    Iran says US, Mossad possibly behind oil tanker attack in Gulf of Oman

    BREAKING: Pompeo’s FALSE FLAG REFUTED By Japanese Media Authority – Tanker Hit By Flying Object, Not Mine – Confirms Onsite Worker

    [Robin has a lot more articles on this topic]

    Saturday, 15 June 2019
    Headlines confirm all our worst fears about Arctic warming

    (Much) faster than previously expected: Signs of positive feedbacks kicking in in the Arctic

    [long article with a lot of embedded ones within, like this]
    Alarming wildfires rage near giant ‘Mouth of Hell’ gash in the tundra, a wonder of Siberia [more]

    Greenland Surface Melt Extent Interactive Chart

    Morgan Stanley’s Business Conditions Index Just Suffered The Biggest One Month Decline In History

    We continue to get more indications that U.S. economic conditions are going to deteriorate rapidly during the second half of this year. Yesterday, I reported on a brand new survey which found that 69 percent of U.S. CFOs believe that a recession is coming “by the end of 2020”, and today we learned that Morgan Stanley’s Business Conditions Index has fallen dramatically. In fact, according to CNBC the sudden drop in the index was “the largest one-month decline on record”…[more]

  3. [some of the many news links @ RF]
    News Links, June 15, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    Broadcom's $2 billion warning rattles global chip sector

    Online shopping: why its unstoppable growth may be coming to an end

    Turkey Sinks Deeper Into Junk After Moody's Downgrades To B1, Warns Of Government Default Risk

    $11.7 Trillion: Global Negative-Yielding Debt Back To All Time High

    Apple Smartphone Sales Crash In Europe As Huawei Outshines Competition [buy our JUNK or else!]

    Norwegian Air expects Boeing 737 MAX fleet to remain grounded until end of August

    Russia is Calling Trump's Bluff on Iran and Syria, and Winning Big

    In "New Era" Of Cooperation, Russia And China Form Alliance Against The U.S.

    Trump admin aims to kill historic talks and strangle Iran with evidence-free accusations

    US gov narrative blaming Iran for oil tanker attacks falls apart in hours

    Iran Decided To Put Maximum Pressure On Trump - Here Is How It Will Do It (MoA)
    A different take on the situation, suggesting the possibility that Iran's counterattack has begun. -- RF

    US sanctions 'suffocating' ordinary Venezuelans

    U.S. ramps up Mexico asylum returns, Trump confirms 'safe third country' plan

    Midwest Flooding Will Cause Shortages of These Foods

    3M has long known it was contaminating the US food supply

    It's Not Just Corn, U.S. Farmers May Forgo Near-Record Soy Acres

    In India, insects are slowly disappearing – and that is a cause for worry

    5 Alarming Reasons Americans Need to Pay Attention to Ebola Right Now

    Bayer says to invest 5 billion euros in new weed killers

    The Pentagon emits more greenhouse gases than many countries, study says

    The U.S. Is Purging Chinese Cancer Researchers From Top Institutions

    Carnival Cruise Ship Fleet Pollutes Almost 10 Times More Than All Cars in Europe: Study

    Why AI Deepfakes Should Scare the Living Bejeezus Out of You

    Court Transcript Exposes Facebook's View: User Privacy Is Legally Non-Existent

    UN Rapporteur on Torture Says Assange Could Die in Prison

    G20 to tackle ocean plastic waste as petrochemical producers expand in Asia [pfff - yeah, right]

    The American Dream Is Alive and Well—in China

    Misplaced Pride: Most of the "Middle Class" Is Actually Working Class

    Dark side of reverse mortgage industry: Predatory lending hits seniors

    America Faces an Unprecedented Dental Health Crisis

    Study Shows Asset Forfeiture Doesn't Fight Crime Or Reduce Drug Use
    Cops are using citizens as ATMs while drug cartels thrive.

    Americans are not doing well at saving for retirement — and it's only going to get worse

    Elizabeth Warren will introduce legislation to cancel student loan debt for most borrowers

  4. [Under Bwah-haaah-haaaaaah, (cough, choke)]
    Oops! Core F-35 circuit board components are made by Chinese company

    "We are not aware of any other Chinese-owned F-35 suppliers at this time," Lockheed Martin said after the U.K.'s Sky News reported that "a Chinese-owned company is making circuit boards for the top-secret next-generation F-35 warplanes flown by Britain and the United States." British MP Bob Seely, who sits on both the Foreign Affairs and Arms Export Controls Committees described the news as "breath-taking," warning that "it's not a question of is this bad, but how bad is it?" This was echoed by Sir Gerald Howarth, a former U.K. defense minister, who warned that "we have been completely and utterly naive about the role of China and it is only now that people are beginning to wake up." [more; ahhaaaaaa-haaaaaah!]

    I'm dyin' ova-he' - just g'head an' aaaah-HAAAAAAA-AAAAAAAA . ..

  5. Flights resume at Newark after United plane skids off runway, no injuries

  6. Severe storms threaten Midwest, Ohio Valley over weekend

    On Sunday, the severe threat will slide into parts of central Oklahoma and northern Texas, including Oklahoma City and Wichita Falls and Abilene, Texas. Once again the main threat will be damaging winds and large hail. Brief tornadoes are possible, but remain fairly unlikely.

    The first area of concern will be along and near Interstate 40 from Missouri to Pennsylvania, including areas like Indianapolis and Columbus, Ohio. Locally, over 4 inches of rain are possible through the weekend.

    Then, rounds of storms will move across parts of the southern U.S., including areas of Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas, beginning on Sunday and lasting into part of next week. [more]

    [chance of rain every day this week around here, beginning sometime tomorrow]

    NOAA: 279 dolphins dead on Gulf Coast, triple usual number

    3.0 earthquake in Glen Avon is latest in series of temblors in Riverside County

    New York-area airport briefly closed after plane lands on flat tires

    UPDATE 2-Syria state TV says wildfires spark explosion in army ammo depot west of Damascus