Sunday, June 30, 2019

Event Update For 2019-06-29

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2019-06-29 - Unknown odor hits passenger plane, plane makes emergency landing in coastal Atlantic City (New Jersey), 4 flight attendants taken off on stretchers:

Quote: "A strange odor caused a Spirit Airlines flight to make an emergency landing Saturday and closed the airfield at Atlantic City International Airport for 15 minutes, airport officials said."

Quote: "'When we landed they took the four flight attendants out on stretchers,' Bronga said."

2019-06-29 - Unknown fumes hit passenger plane, plane lands safely in College Station (Texas):

2019-06-29 - Natural gas electrical plant damaged by transformer explosion and fire near the waterfront in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

Quote: "The station's three towering smoke stacks are visible from nearby interstate highways and overlook a popular row of waterfront bars. The station also had a cameo in the background of scenes in the 1998 comedy There's Something About Mary."

2019-06-29 - Recycling center fire breaks out in Ashford (Britain):

2019-06-29 - Landfill fire breaks out, again, in Ariyamangalam (India):

2019-06-29 - California wildfires could be twice as bad this year as last year's deadly record-setting fires, experts warn:

Quote: "If you thought last year’s fire season was bad, there’s some sobering news: experts say we should expect even more fires this year, with double the number of acres possibly burned."

2019-06-29 - Boy, 10, found face-down and unconscious in swimming pool in Durham (North Carolina), toddler almost dies in pool in Raleigh too:

Quote: "A 10-year-old boy was in the pool with other people when someone noticed he was face down in the water, according to police. The boy was taken to a nearby hospital and was stable Saturday night, Durham police said."

2019-06-29 - Brush fire breaks out east of Lower Otay Reservoir near coastal Chula Vista (California):

2019-06-29 - Cargo ship 'Persada X' heavily damaged by fire at 4:30 AM at port in coastal Tanjung Perak (Malaysia):

2019-06-29 - Boat destroyed by fire at Rivercrest Marina on the Ohio River in Madison (Indiana):

Note: These are the 551st and 552nd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-29 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in Cranagh (Ireland):

Note: This is the 307th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-06-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-64 near Crozet (Virginia):

2019-06-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-82 near Ellensburg (Washington):

2019-06-29 - Tractor bursts into flame at farm in Union Mills (Indiana):

2019-06-29 - Semi tractor bursts into flame while parked at business in coastal Paradise (Canada):

2019-06-29 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in coastal Dundee (Scotland):

Note: These are the 1073rd, 1074th, 1075th, 1076th and 1077th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-29 - RV bursts into flame on 12th Street in Mattoon (Illinois):

2019-06-29 - RVs and RV trailers destroyed by fire at storage facility on Creek Road in coastal Hobart (Australia):

Quote: "A 'large number' of caravans and trailers have been destroyed during a fire at a warehouse in Hobart. About 3am on Saturday, Tasmania Fire Service was called to King Trailers' storage facility at New Town. Damage to the warehouse and its contents is expected to be in the vicinity of several million dollars."

Note: Several millions of dollars sounds like a lot of RVs and campers. I'll just call it six to be conservative. These are the 226th, 227th, 228th, 229th, 230th, 231st and 232nd RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-06-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Travelers Rest (South Carolina), burning truck rolls and hits fire engine:

2019-06-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in the Teton Pass near Jackson Hole (Wyoming):

2019-06-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 1:30 AM on Sutton Avenue in Oxford (Massachusetts):

2019-06-29 - At least three cars go up in flames while parked in parking garage on North State Street in Chicago (Illinois):

2019-06-29 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Miami (Florida):

2019-06-29 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 in Middletown (Connecticut):

2019-06-29 - Car bursts into flame at Pacific Fair Shopping Centre in coastal Broadbeach Waters (Australia):

2019-06-29 - Car bursts into flame in Nagarakere (India):

2019-06-29 - Car bursts into flame on the A14 near Needham Market (Britain):

2019-06-29 - Vehicle bursts into flame on street in coastal Dubai (UAE):

2019-06-29 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Althorp Road in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Althorp Road, Hull. Sat 29 Jun 2019 21:18 (No:13920) Motorcycle fire extinguished by owner prior to arrival. Inspection only by Fire Service."

2019-06-29 - Trailer bursts into flame while being towed on the M6 near Nuneaton (Britain):

2019-06-29 - Car destroyed by fire at 12:19 AM at home, vehicles, garage and home burn too, in Toluca Lake (California):

Quote: "The garage was heavily damaged by fire, and a BMW electric car was destroyed in the blaze, which burned other vehicles, according to a photographer at the scene."

2019-06-29 - Car and hay go up in flames at farm near Hilderstone (Britain):

2019-06-29 - Auto shop heavily damaged by fire just after 4:30 AM on Crutchfield Avenue in Nashville (Tennessee):

2019-06-29 - Barn destroyed by fire near Morristown (Ohio):

2019-06-29 - Home damaged by garage fire in the wee hours on East Fremont Place in Centennial (Colorado):

2019-06-29 - Home damaged by fire on Giles Circle in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2019-06-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Taylor Mill (Kentucky):

2019-06-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Great Falls (Virginia):

2019-06-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Wood Dove Way in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-06-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Austrian Pines Lane in Minnetonka (Minnesota), nobody there:

2019-06-29 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:40 PM on Harmon Street in Danville (Illinois):

2019-06-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on South 86th Court in Omaha (Nebraska):

2019-06-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Humboldt Park area in Chicago (Illinois):

2019-06-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in San Antonio (Texas):

2019-06-29 - High-rise under construction damaged by parking garage fire in coastal Dubai (UAE):

2019-06-29 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Hampton (Virginia), 1 killed:

2019-06-29 - Deadly fire burns fourplex apartment building at 4:30 AM in Sacramento (California), 1 killed:

2019-06-29 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in Ashburn area in Chicago (Illinois), 1 killed:

2019-06-29 - Vacant building destroyed by fire at 3:55 AM in St. Joseph (Missouri):

2019-06-29 - All of the oysters being found are dead along the coasts of Mississippi and Louisiana:

2019-06-29 - Many tons of fish die in fish farms in Sragen (Indonesia):

2019-06-29 - Hundreds of fish found dead in the Mella River (Italy):

2019-06-29 - Man found dead in the water and young girl dies after being pulled from the water, at Redfish Lake (Idaho):

2019-06-29 - Couple in their 70s found dead at home in Hurstville suburb of coastal Sydney (Australia):

2019-06-29 - Five members of a family die in river tributary in Duhok (Iraq):

2019-06-29 - Woman and 3 children die in pond near Charanwala (India):

2019-06-29 - Boy, 11, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at neighbor's home in Boone County (Kentucky):

2019-06-29 - College student, man, 20, found dead in swimming pool at resort near Vamanjoor (India):

2019-06-29 - Man, 36, found dead in the water near coastal Nantucket (Massachusetts), empty 'ghost kayak' found first:

2019-06-29 - Man found dead in Lake Jacksonville (Illinois), empty 'ghost boat' found first:

2019-06-29 - Woman found dead in the water near the shore of Lake Springfield (Illinois):

2019-06-29 - Person found dead in the Illinois River near Watts (Oklahoma):

2019-06-29 - Man, 18, found dead in Bush Lake in Bloomington (Minnesota):

2019-06-29 - Man found dead in irrigation canal near Barr Lake in Adams County (Colorado):

2019-06-29 - Man drops dead outside home in Lincoln (Nebraska):

Quote: "The call came in around 5:55 p.m. as a medical emergency. Police say when they arrived on the scene, they found an adult man dead just outside the front door of the house. LPD says the person has not been identified. It’s unclear how they died, though LPD says there are no obvious signs of foul play."

2019-06-29 - Man, 42, found dead in parking lot at Alum Creek State Park in Delaware County (Ohio):

2019-06-29 - Man, 59, found dead at correctional facility in Springfield (Vermont):

2019-06-29 - Man found dead along Orchard Street in Rochester (New York):

2019-06-29 - Man, 18, found dead on trail near Marion Lake (Canada):

2019-06-29 - Man, 63, has 'medical episode' while swimming, dies after being pulled from the water at beach on coastal Yaverland on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

Quote: "Hampshire Constabulary says it believes a 63-year-old suffered a medical episode whilst swimming."

2019-06-29 - Man, 21, dies in the water at Chasewater Reservoir (Britain):

2019-06-29 - Man, boat repair technician, goes missing from boat, empty 'ghost boat' found in Curtis Creek in coastal Curtis Bay (Maryland):

Quote: "The Coast Guard is searching for a missing boat repair technician, last seen in Curtis Bay Saturday morning. USCG says Allen Van Dyke was working on a 25-foot boat at the Jaws Marine boat shop, in Curtis Bay off of the Patapsco River. The boat was found unmanned in Curtis Creek, less than a mile from the boat shop, at 10:15 a.m., 45 minutes after he was last seen."

2019-06-29 - Driver has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes into woods, near Trouville (Virginia), 1 injured:

Quote: "A vehicle crash caused by a medical emergency caused a truck to cross the double yellow line and bury the truck in the woods on Lee Highway."

2019-06-29 - Man, 61, has 'medical episode', UTV crashes into tractor, near Bankston (Iowa), 1 injured:

Quote: "Authorities believe Welter was having a medical episode at the time of the crash."

2019-06-29 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing and blows two tires in coastal Newark (New Jersey):

2019-06-29 - Small plane crashes near Tern Lake (Alaska), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2019-06-29 - Small plane lands at airport, landing gear collapses, in Joplin (Missouri):

2019-06-29 - Helicopter crashes into the Cheat River near Licking Creek Road in Tucker County (West Virginia), 3 injured:

2019-06-29 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, in DeKalb County (Georgia), 1 killed:

2019-06-29 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, fire erupts, on I-81 near Kingsport (Tennessee), 2 killed:

2019-06-29 - Two cars collide head-on, fire erupts, on Pine Log Road in Aiken County (South Carolina), 3 injured:

2019-06-29 - Car crashes off overpass just after 6 AM, bursts into flame, in Lubbock (Texas), 1 injured:

2019-06-29 - Car veers off road at 2:35 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Eight Mile (Alabama), 1 killed:

2019-06-29 - Dogs attack and kill man near Benton (Kentucky):

2019-06-29 - Boy, 17, jumps off boat and disappears into the water near coastal West Ship Island (Mississippi):

2019-06-29 - Extreme weather in the US Midwest and the demise of US agriculture, denial all round:

2019-06-29 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Irkutsk (Russia), hundreds of people evacuated:

2019-06-29 - Quadruple waterspouts filmed over lake in Taiwan:

2019-06-29 - Mysterious cosmic radio burst detected in a completely unexpected region of space:


  1. Hey Jonny, and all your readers - another week of craziness awaits.

    Summer drowning season is in full swing. Dropping dead goes on all year long, however.

    Another "just coincidental" two-fer at Redfish Lake,

    Let's see what's happ'nin'.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 6.30.19 Police Tear-Gas Climate Campaigners in Paris [~ 14.75 min.]

    Methane, Sulfur Dioxide, Carbon Dioxide & Earthquake Report with Margo (June 30, 2019) [~ 72.75 min.]

    Monday, 1 July 2019
    Cooked mussels, melted starfish! The death of the Pacific has started: Radiation will be around for 50,000 to 250,000 years

    [It started with Fukushima, or even long before, it could be argued]

    MAJOR: Contrails are responsible for more warming than all CO2 emitted by aeroplanes

    This is not from a “conspiracy theory” site but from the august publication, New Scentist
    It turns out planes are even worse for the climate than we thought

    The contrails left by aeroplanes last only hours. But they are now so widespread that their warming effect is greater than that of all the carbon dioxide emitted by aeroplanes that has accumulated in the atmosphere since the first flight of the Wright brothers. [more]

  2. I don't believe that about contrails, or at least not about 'contrails'. When they grounded all the planes after 9/11, the temperature immediately shot up. If they were warming things up then the temperature would have gone DOWN. Of course, New Scientist may be talking about actual normal jet contrails and not the stuff they're spraying to reflect heat back into space. And both would have stopped after 9/11, because they couldn't ground all planes AND have a bunch of 'contrails' in the skies at the same time.

  3. Actually, if they're right about the heating effect of normal jet contrails - and they could be - then that alone would be evidence that there is something ELSE being sprayed in the skies OTHER than normal jet contrails which more than offsets the heating of the normal jet contrails.

    This could be tested, by repeating the plane-grounding. If the temp goes up again then either New Scientist is wrong or there is something else at play. I would guess that planes will never again be grounded, no matter what happens, because the sudden-onset heating would now be much worse than it was after 9/11.

  4. I kinda thought you'd poke holes in that article. I haven't read it yet, so I'm not familiar with the reasoning behind it, but world-wide 'round-the-clock spewing of jet exhaust can't have NO effect.

    [M. Snyder cites Ice Age Farmer today]
    Look At This Map – It Shows Devastating Crop Losses Are Literally Happening All Over The Globe

    Let me warn you right up front – the information in this article might freak you out. If what some experts are telling us is true, a global food crisis appears to be inevitable. Even during good years we have a really difficult time feeding everyone on the planet, and now a major climate shift appears to be happening. [more]

    [Long before "super Grand Solar Min." kicks in, global warming will have destroyed habitat for civilization, imho]

    Massive damage after worst floods in history hit Irkutsk region of Siberia, Russia

  5. Let's say he's right and we get a Maunder Minimum caliber effect and the temp drops 1.3C. We'd STILL be above normal, because we've already warmed more than that. And the CO2 and methane would continue pouring into the atmosphere, raising the temps yet more, Maunder Minimum or not. Soooo...yeah. At best, we'd have a few years where things are a bit cooler than they are, but still above average and rising. Also, I'll believe it when I see it. All I see in the future are more fires, heatwaves, high-precip events, toxic algae infestations, etc, etc. The same as we're seeing now, but worse.

    1. Let us ponder the Maunder.

      Nah. Let's not.

  6. [some of the stories from RF]

    News Links, July 1, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    Massive Losses & Tens of Billions Of Dollars In Debt Means Tesla Is A Zero

    Nothing Was Resolved Between The US And China, Meanwhile Global CapEx Has Ground To A Halt

    Boeing 737 Max likely grounded until the end of the year after new problem emerges

    DOJ extends Boeing investigation to 787 Dreamliner production, report says

    Shale oil and gas: Destroying capital one well at a time

    Shale Executive Sees "Another Round Of Bankruptcies" Looming

    World crude production outside US and Iraq is flat since 2005

    Swine fever hits big farms in Vietnam, 2.8 million pigs culled

    Botswana declares drought

    Zimbabwe moves to keep a lid on maize prices after drought

    Spike In Autism May Be Linked To Preservative In Processed Foods, Study Suggests

    Big energy discussion 'scrubbed from record' at UN climate talks

    Iceland will skip whaling this year: company

    Lyme Disease Cases Are Exploding. And It's Only Going to Get Worse.

    Vultures are eating animals alive on Kentucky farms

    UN chief warns Paris climate goals still not enough

    Five Things We Found In The FDA's Hidden Device Database
    the Food and Drug Administration has published the once hidden database online, revealing 5.7 million incidents publicly for the first time.

    U.S. Meteorologists 'Deeply Concerned' Over 5G Roll-Out

    Recreational Drug Use Surges Worldwide, UN Study Reports

    Face-Reading AI Will Tell Police When Suspects Are Hiding Truth

    Florida City Pays $462,000 In Ransom After Second Cyberattack Cripples City's Infrastructure

    How Israeli spies are flooding Facebook and Twitter

    Aggression Detectors: The Unproven, Invasive Surveillance Technology Schools Are Using to Monitor Students

    The Forever War Is So Normalized That Opposing It Is "Isolationism"

    Following in Rome's Footsteps: Moral Decay, Rising Inequality

    Swine fever toll in China may be twice as high as reported, industry insiders say

    "Surveillance Scores": America's Social Credit System

    Price of insulin forcing diabetics to head to Canada

    A Democratic Think Tank Is Promoting Pushback Against Climate Lawsuits

    Here's how many Americans have nothing saved for retirement [retirement?]

    Average Age of Vehicles Sets Record, New-Vehicle Sales Drop to Where They Were 20 Years Ago. What Are Automakers Doing?

    Chicago PMI falls to 49.7 in June, first time in contraction territory in two years

    Tulsi Gabbard Wrecks Dems With Powerful Anti-War Debate Answers

    The Democratic Party Can't Escape Its Own Militarism

    74% Of US Housing Market Unaffordable For Average American

  7. Truck Crashes Into East Mount Airy Home Causing Collapse
    Truck Crashes Into East Mount Airy Home Causing Collapse

    Authorities have not said what caused the driver to lose control. [more]

    Wasps in Alabama are building nests as large as cars thanks to climate change

    [so woo for today]
    Why Patriarch Kirill visited Antarctica

    an “ancient secret manuscript” was given to Patriarch Kirill by Pope Francis that pertains to the “Ark of Gabriel” whose legend behind it claims it was written directly by the “watchers” (angels?) described in the Book of Enoch. [more]

    Talking of clouds

    Introduction to “homogenitus” clouds

    They have come up with a new category of clouds that was definitely not in Colliers or any former book on clouds - homeogenitus clouds

    They have come up with a new category of clouds that was definitely not in Colliers or any former book on clouds - homeogenitus clouds.

    Contrails formed from the exhaust of aircraft flying in the upper level of the troposphere can persist and spread into formations resembling any of the high cloud genus-types and are now officially designated as cirrus, cirrostratus, or cirrocumulus homogenitus. If a homogenitus cloud of one genus changes to another genus type, it is then termed a homomutatus cloud. Stratus cataractagenitus (Latin for 'cataract-made') are generated by the spray from waterfalls. Silvagenitus (Latin for 'forest-made') is a stratus cloud that forms as water vapor is added to the air above a forest canopy.[83]" [more]

  8. Those giant wasp nests might help them survive what's coming. When a cloud of poison gas blows through, not much is gonna get INTO the nest. Maybe kill a few wasps on the outer layers, which then help plug the tunnels with their bodies. And later, the young wasps hatch deep inside, push out the dead wasps, and they're back in business. They'll still take some hits, but they might be able to stay ahead of the dying that way, and the bigger the nest, the better for their chances.

  9. Compare that to human beings, who have electrical machinery (which will burn) that PURPOSELY pulls in air from the outside, for heating and cooling, so when a cloud of poison gas blows over OUR 'nests' when our air-exchange technology is operating, that's it, the residents of the 'hive' die.

  10. Here's a story to watch. Angels pitcher drops dead in Arlington, TX while in town to play the Texas Rangers. Absolutely no details so far. Just a professional athlete in the prime of his life drops dead unexpectedly....

  11. Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs dead at 27

    Local police said in a statement that Skaggs was found unresponsive in his hotel room at 2:18 p.m. local time. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Police don’t suspect foul play. A cause of death has not yet been announced, but a police spokesperson said, via the L.A. Times, that suicide is “not suspected.” [more]