Thursday, July 11, 2019

Event Update For 2019-07-10

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

2019-07-10 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes from La Vernia to Beeville (Texas):

Quote: "Mark today as one of the greatest mysteries of summer 2019. Just after 1 p.m. Wednesday, began receiving reports from viewers who said they heard an explosion in South Texas. From La Vernia to more than 70 miles south in Beeville, viewers said their homes or businesses began to shake after hearing a 'loud thunder.'"

Quote: "JBSA-Randolph officials told their pilots do not fly 'supersonic' and were not the cause of the apparent explosion many felt in the area. So, we are left with the question: What was it?"

2019-07-10 - Tens of thousands of pallets destroyed by mammoth fire at pallet business in Springfield (Ohio):

Quote: "It’s estimated that 'tens of thousands' of pallets covering nearly 3 acres burned at the pallet yard off Warder Street in a Wednesday night fire, according to Chief Brian Miller of the Springfield Fire Rescue Division."

2019-07-10 - Recycling center fire breaks out in coastal Amsterdam (Netherlands):

2019-07-10 - Warner Brothers film studio heavily damaged by fire at 11:29 PM in Leavesden (Britain):

Quote: "A blaze broke out inside the UK Warner Bros. studio where all of the Harry Potter movies — as well as several James Bond flicks — were filmed, local authorities said."

2019-07-10 - Man, 37, has 'medical episode' and collapses into the water at Fourth Lake in Webb (New York):,79187

Quote: "Jack Canning, 37, was carrying a young child in the water at Fourth Lake around 2:20 p.m. Wednesday when he suffered an unknown medical episode, according to a press release from police in Webb, New York. Canning lost consciousness and was found underwater, police said."

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at business, fire scorches two more cars, in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

Quote: "One car was destroyed and two others were damaged, according to MBFD."

2019-07-10 - In separate incidents, SUV bursts into flame and another vehicle smokes, on the South Eastern Expressway near coastal Adelaide (Australia):

Note: Also see the birds bleeding from their eyes and beaks and dropping out of the sky and dying near Adelaide...

2019-07-10 - Wildfires burning out of control in western Canada bring smoke to the US Northeast:

Quote: "Those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer just got a bit more hazy in New Jersey, New York City and other parts of the northern United States. And you can blame it on our neighbor to the north. Even though we were supposed to get mostly clear and sunny skies on Wednesday, we’ve been stuck with hazy, milky-white skies — thanks to large plumes of smoke drifting down from western Canada, where wildfires have been burning out of control for the past two days."

2019-07-10 - Wildfires rage in coastal Mugla Province (Turkey):

Quote: "Massive fires engulfed forests in Gocek and Dalaman in Turkey's western Mugla province Wednesday, as initial estimates show 250 hectares of land have perished in the fire. Meanwhile, another dangerous fire, although smaller in scale, broke out in a building in Ankara. Although the fire in Ankara seems to be under control, the blaze engulfing Turkey's southwestern forests is raging on with all of its furies. Residential areas and hotels nearby have been evacuated in Datça and Gocek as dry winds keep fueling the flames and helicopters await sunrise to resume operations."

Note: So these fires are scorching the southwestern coastal area, along the Mediterranean Sea...

2019-07-10 - Wildfire sends people fleeing in coastal San Vito Lo Capo (Italy), huge hail injures 18 people, and tornado hits Milano Marittima:

Quote: "On the outskirts of San Vito Lo Capo, a Sicilian beach town, ANSA said 750 vacationers were able to return to their resort Wednesday after wind-whipped flames had forced evacuation by sea overnight."

Quote: "Hail the size of oranges has injured 18 people in an Italian Adriatic city, while a blaze in Sicily forced beachgoers to flee. The Italian news agency ANSA quoted Pescara hospital emergency room officials as saying that Wednesday's hailstorm caused cuts requiring sutures and bruises, especially on the head. Elsewhere in south-central Italy, hail in Venafro broke windows and windshields."

Quote: "In other bad weather Wednesday in Italy, a tornado swept through the area of Milano Marittima, knocking down some 200 century-old pine trees in the popular Adriatic Sea resort."

Note: The fire was on the northwestern coast. Notice the trend? Fires on the western coast of Turkey, fires in western Canada, fire on the western coast of Italy. That's because winds tend to blow west-to-east due to the rotation of the Earth, so the western coasts get hit hardest by highly flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the oceans and seas. What's burning hardest in the US? Alaska, on the western coast. Which part of Washington State is burning hardest? The western area, which isn't normal in Washington. The hardest-burning province over the last three years in Canada is British Columbia, on Canada's western coast. Also experiencing terrible fires in recent years: Portugal, on the western coast of that landmass; Chile, on the western coast of South America; and of course California, on the western coast of the US. As more and more of the surface area of the planet is consumed by fire, this trend will just become more and more obvious. And this doesn't mean non-western areas are safe. The winds do shift from time to time...

2019-07-10 - Transformer explodes on Dwight Road and causes blackouts in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2019-07-10 - Ferry ship 'Trans-Asia 1' bursts into flame at 3:48 AM while docked in coastal Mandaue City (Philippine Islands):

2019-07-10 - Three boats go up in flames while docked at Village Marina on Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri), nobody there:

Quote: "Fire was contained within an hour, but two boats were destroyed, another was heavily damaged, and at least two others have minor damage. There is also damage to the dock. Crews say there could more than $1 million in boat and dock damage combined. Troopers say no one was hurt, firefighters do not believe anyone was on the dock or on any of the boats when the fire started."

2019-07-10 - Boat bursts into flame on Bull Shoals Lake (Missouri), 1 injured:

2019-07-10 - Yacht bursts into flame near coastal Ramsgate (Britain):

Note: These are the 612th, 613th, 614th, 615th, 616th and 617th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-07-10 - Charter school bus bursts into flame on Route 128 in Burlington (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A coach bus carrying Tufts University students burst into flames on Route 128 north on the border of Burlington and Lexington, Massachusetts, on Wednesday, causing traffic delays and temporarily shutting down a ramp to Route 3 north."

Note: This is the 99th school bus to burn in 2019, and this is the 333rd bus to burn in 2019...

2019-07-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame at Great Orme near Llandudno (Britain):

Note: This is the 334th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-07-10 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Bay Street in coastal Savannah (Georgia):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after 11 PM on I-80 off-ramp west of Grantsville (Utah), driver seriously burned:

Quote: "Just after 11 p.m., a fire broke out in the engine of the man’s truck in which he was sleeping on the I-80 off-ramp at exit 56, about 30 miles west of Grantsville in Tooele County, according to Utah Highway Patrol trooper Jared Green. The fire spread into the cab of the truck where the man was sleeping. He woke up and was able to maneuver through the flames to get out of the truck, UHP officials said. The cause of the fire is unknown. The man, who had second- and third-degree burns, was flown in a medical helicopter to a hospital, Green added."

2019-07-10 - Tractor bursts into flame near North Branch Road in Cuba (New York):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 11 PM on I-15 near Blackfoot (Idaho):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after 3:30 AM on I-74 in Dearborn County (Indiana):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3:40 AM on Highway 11/17 in Ontario (Canada):

Note: These are the 1153rd, 1154th, 1155th, 1156th, 1157th and 1158th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-07-10 - Garbage truck bursts into flame at Siemons Lakeview Manor on Lake Somerset in Somerset Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-07-10 - Dump truck bursts into flame in the Town of Lee (New York):

2019-07-10 - At least 2 RVs destroyed by explosion and fire while parked at Salina Bay RV Park on Lake Palestine in Flint (Texas):

Quote: "Our reporter said it appears several RV’s have been destroyed by this fire."

2019-07-10 - RV bursts into flame on State Route 16 near Frazeysburg (Ohio):

Note: These are the 246th, 247th and 248th RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-07-10 - Van bursts into flame on the A38 between Branston and Burton (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Minivan bursts into flame on Highway 41 west of Melfort (Canada):

2019-07-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near landfill in Eldorado (Iowa):

2019-07-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 32 near West Point (Nebraska):

2019-07-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 16 in Prince George (Canada):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Third Avenue West in West Fargo (North Dakota):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at business in Albany (New York):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on Titlow Hill Road near Willow Creek (California):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 97 near Sunriver (Oregon):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-94 near Cottage Grove (Wisconsin):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home near Okanagan Lake near Vernon (Canada):

Quote: "A car fire in the Okanagan Landing area came close to destroying a nearby home. Vernon Fire Rescue were called to the blaze shortly before 11:30 a.m. Wednesday on Okanagan Landing Road, near Lakeshore Road."

2019-07-10 - Fire department car bursts into flame at fire station in Maidstone (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Steventon End Windmill Car Park in Saffron Walden (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on road between Prixford and Bradford near Barnstaple (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on Hawley Road in Hawley (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on Allerton Road in Shrewsbury (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Car bursts into flame at Churncote Farm in Shrewsbury (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Commercial vehicle bursts into flame on Highmoor in Wigton (Britain):

Quote: "Vehicle Fire, Wigton(Allerdale) 10 Jul 2019 At 14:15 hours on Wednesday 10th July 2019 one fire engine from Wigton attended reports of a vehicle fire on Highmoor, Wigton. On arrival crews found one large commercial vehicle well alight which was extingushed using two breathing apparatus, one hose reel, thermal imagining camera and a dry powder extinguisher. Crews were in attendance for approximately one hour and thirty minutes."

2019-07-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 11:05 PM on the A180 in Humberside (Britain):

Quote: "A180. Wed 10 Jul 2019 23:05 (No:14976) Vehicle fire. One hose reel and small tools in use. Incident left with the Police."

2019-07-10 - Two RV trailers destroyed by fire at 6 AM, another heavily damaged, while parked at Rotary Park in Wentzville (Missouri):

2019-07-10 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked in Cullman (Alabama):

2019-07-10 - Limousines and limo business destroyed by massive blaze before 5 AM on Colorado Avenue in Sheffield (Ohio):

Quote: "Statement Limousine in Ohio lost most of its vehicles and its building in an early morning fire in Sheffield Village on July 10."

Quote: "Statement’s owner Karl Guenther II said all of the company’s limousines except two were lost in the blaze."

2019-07-10 - Several vehicles and barn destroyed by fire on Mill Street in Coopers Plains (New York):

Quote: "A barn containing several vintage vehicles in Coopers Plains was destroyed in a large fire Tuesday afternoon, according to our media partner The Leader and the Coopers Plains-Long Acres Fire Department."

2019-07-10 - Barn destroyed by fire in Greenbush (Wisconsin):

2019-07-10 - Pile of railroad ties goes up in flames in Hermon (Maine):

2019-07-10 - Storage facility heavily damaged by fire in London (Ohio):

2019-07-10 - Warehouse heavily damaged by fire on Industrial Road in Missoula (Montana), nobody there:

2019-07-10 - Home damaged by fire just before 12:30 AM on Potomac Avenue in Fairmont (West Virginia):

2019-07-10 - Home damaged by basement fire in the wee hours in Stafford Springs (Connecticut):

2019-07-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Vega Road in Randallstown (Maryland), 1 injured:

2019-07-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Alison Avenue in Bossier City (Louisiana), 2 injured:

2019-07-10 - Two homes heavily damaged by AC fire in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

Quote: "Two doubles in the Milan neighborhood were engulfed in flames when an air conditioner caught fire Wednesday morning."

2019-07-10 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire at 3:20 AM on Bunker Avenue in Meriden (Connecticut):

2019-07-10 - Basement transformer fire blacks out six high-rise apartment buildings in coastal Bronx (New York):

2019-07-10 - Deadly fire burns home in Pinedale (Wyoming), 1 killed:

2019-07-10 - Vacant home burns on Riverside Drive in Pasadena (Maryland):

2019-07-10 - Vacant bowling alley destroyed by fire just after 5 AM in Coldwater (Michigan):

2019-07-10 - Vacant pub burns on coastal Canvey Island (Britain):

Note: An unknown rotten egg odor has been hitting Canvey Island over the past month, last mentioned in the 2019-06-24 update...

2019-07-10 - Dozens of birds drop from the sky bleeding from their eyes and beaks and die near coastal Adelaide (Australia):

Quote: "Nearly 60 native birds have died after they fell out of the sky in front of horrified onlookers and a nearby primary school in a suspected case of mass poisoning in South Australia. Bird rescuers said it was like 'something out of a horror movie' as dozens of birds fell, bleeding from their eyes and beaks at One Tree Hill near Adelaide."

2019-07-10 - At least a dozen geese suddenly die at Smethwick Hall Park (Britain):

Quote: "Mystery surrounds the death of at least a dozen Canada geese found floating in a pool at a Black Country park. The carcasses were discovered at Smethwick Hall Park on Wednesday (July 10)."

2019-07-10 - Young tigress found dead in canal in Uttar Pradesh (India):

2019-07-10 - Whale washes ashore dead near coastal Mumbai (India):

Quote: "This is the tenth recorded incident of a dead whale washing ashore in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and nearby areas in the last three years."

2019-07-10 - Whale washes ashore dead in coastal Mugla Province (Turkey):

2019-07-10 - Many fish dying in Lake Manitou (Canada):

Quote: "Mr. Hutchinson said he had never seen a die-off of this scale, nor had his 95-year-old father Doug Hutchinson or his 100-year-old aunt Jean McLennan."

2019-07-10 - Two crewmembers, 34 and 39, drop dead on tanker ship near coastal Trincomalee on the island of Sri Lanka:

Quote: "LPG tanker GAS AEGEAN had to interrupt her voyage from Lavera France to Cudallore, East India, and call Trincomalee port, Sri Lanka, after two of her crew died on board, on Jul 8 or earlier. Both are reported as being officers, one 34-year old Ukrainian, another one 39-year old Russian. Cause of their simultaneous deaths is unknown, although it may be presumed, that deaths weren’t the result of natural causes."

2019-07-10 - Woman, 79, dies in swimming pool at home, 4-year-old girl in critical condition, in Oakville (Canada):

Quote: "A 79-year-old woman is dead and her four-year-old granddaughter is in critical condition in hospital after the two were pulled from a backyard pool in Oakville this afternoon. Emergency crews responded to a 911 call at the Yarmouth Crescent home shortly after noon after the two were found face-down in the in-ground swimming pool."

2019-07-10 - Man, 70, has 'medical condition', topples into pond and dies, in Kokomo (Indiana):

Quote: "Police believe the unidentified man was fishing at the time of the incident, and he appeared to suffer some kind of medical condition that made him fall into the pond, Kokomo Police Department Capt. Tonda Cockrell stated."

2019-07-10 - Man found dead in the water at marina in coastal Charleston (South Carolina):

2019-07-10 - Woman found dead in the Charles River in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2019-07-10 - Man, 74, has 'medical episode' and dies while driving, car hits mailbox, in coastal Palm Coast (Florida):

Quote: "A 74-year old Palm Coast man died after apparently suffering a medical episode while driving in a Palm Coast neighborhood late Wednesday, the Florida Highway Patrol reported."

2019-07-10 - Man found dead in the Catawba River after empty 'ghost boat' found, near Belmont (North Carolina):

Quote: "Emergency personnel have recovered a body after a boat was found floating adrift in the Catawba River near Belmont Wednesday."

2019-07-10 - Man, 23, found dead in Gravelly Pond in Hamilton (Massachusetts):

2019-07-10 - Man, 35, found dead in the Kuskokwim River in Bethel (Alaska):

2019-07-10 - Man found dead on the shore of Okauchee Lake in Merton (Wisconsin):

2019-07-10 - Man found dead in Tempe Town Lake in Tempe (Arizona):

2019-07-10 - Man found dead in parking lot at store in Nixon (Nevada):

2019-07-10 - Man found dead on hill in Taft (California):

2019-07-10 - Man found dead near Highway 14 in Strathcona County (Canada):

2019-07-10 - Passenger plane pilot sickens and loses consciousness, plane makes emergency landing in Kaluga (Russia):

Quote: "The Moscow-bound passenger plane with 90 people on board was forced to change course and make an emergency landing after its pilot suddenly felt sick and fainted while the plane was descending."

2019-07-10 - Man in his 50s has 'medical issue', pickup truck goes airborne over driveway and canal, near Bend (Oregon), 1 injured:

Quote: "A Redmond man was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries Wednesday evening after his pickup truck left U.S. Highway 20 east of Bend, struck a guardrail, went airborne over a driveway and once again over an irrigation canal, nearly clearing it before coming to rest, officials said. The driver, in his late 50s, apparently had suffered a medical issue, causing the crash, Sgt. William Bailey said."

2019-07-10 - Three train locomotives crash, huge fire erupts, in Avon (Indiana):

2019-07-10 - Freight train derails near Caliente (Nevada), dozens of new vehicles destroyed:

Quote: "Dozens of brand-new vehicles were destroyed after 33 train cars derailed near Caliente, Nevada, on Wednesday. Lincoln County Sheriff Kerry Lee confirmed the crash just after 9:00 a.m. and said it happened about 30 miles from the Utah-Nevada border. Lee said the crash was the most spectacular mess he has seen, with mostly new Jeep Rubicons and pickup trucks destroyed in the derailment."

2019-07-10 - Two passenger trains collide in Walhar (Pakistan), 10 killed, 35 injured:

2019-07-10 - Tanker truck crashes, explodes and burns, ignites buildings, in Worcester (South Africa):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer crashes off road, plunges down embankment, bursts into flame, on I-10 near Benson (Arizona):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer's brakes fail, truck crashes into shop, in Malvern (Britain):

2019-07-10 - Tractor trailer overturns into ditch on US 24 near Belvue (Kansas), 1 injured:

2019-07-10 - Van veers off road, crashes 200 feet down embankment, on Highway 154 near coastal Santa Barbara (California), 1 injured:

2019-07-10 - Van overturns on I-5 near Hugo (Oregon), 1 injured:

2019-07-10 - Two SUVs crash in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 killed:

Quote: "The victim may have had a medical episode before the crash."

2019-07-10 - SUV veers off road, goes airborne, crashes into jewelry store, bursts into flame, in Southfield (Michigan), 1 injured:

2019-07-10 - SUV slams into home at 5:26 AM in coastal San Jose (California), 1 killed:

Quote: "In looking to determine what caused the crash, police are considering multiple possibilities, including whether the driver suffered a medical emergency."

2019-07-10 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into creek, on I-35 in South Austin (Texas), 1 killed:

Quote: "Austin-Travis County EMS says a man has died after a pickup truck went off southbound I-35 and landed in a creek on Wednesday morning. It happened South Austin near Woodland Avenue. The vehicle was not submerged in the water, police say."

2019-07-10 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into ravine, on Beach Lane Road in Houghton Township (Canada), 1 killed:

2019-07-10 - Shark attacks and injures man in Port Alfred (South Africa):

2019-07-10 - Hornets attack and kill man in coastal Singapore:

2019-07-10 - Girl's pit bull attacks and injures her, face attack, in Kenova (West Virginia):

2019-07-10 - Two buildings collapse in Bengaluru (India), 4+ killed:

2019-07-10 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Lake Ontario in Hamilton (Canada):

Quote: "Hamilton's Public Health Services are warning to residents to avoid any contact with water along the western shore of the city's harbor after blue-green algae were discovered. The presence of the toxin-producing algae has been confirmed at the Bayfront Park Boat Launch, Pier 4, Harbour West Marina and throughout the marinas on Macassa Bay."

Note: Hamilton is right next to Burlington. A couple, 55 and 51, were recently found dead in a submerged car in Lake Ontario in Burlington, mentioned in the 2019-07-02 update...

2019-07-10 - Hailstorms, gale-force winds and rain batter northern Greece, 6 killed, many injured:

Quote: "Six foreign nationals, including two children, were killed and more than 100 other people injured after gale-force winds, rain and hailstorms struck northern Greece late on Wednesday, uprooting trees and collapsing roofs, authorities said."

2019-07-10 - Hailstorm with hailstones the size of oranges pounds Pescara (Italy), several injured:

Quote: "Hailstones as big as oranges hurt several people in Pescara on the Abruzzo coast on Wednesday. An unspecified number of people was admitted to the Pescara ER unit. The hailstones damaged cars, breaking windscreens and windows, as well as damaging roofs. House and shop windows were also broken."

2019-07-10 - Powerful hailstorm destroys pea crops on 20 farms in Mannville, Alberta (Canada):

2019-07-10 - Tropical Storm Barry threatening oil facilities in the Gulf of Mexico:

Quote: "US oil surged above $60 a barrel on Wednesday amid worries that Tropical Storm Barry could derail crude production in the Gulf of Mexico. US oil futures for August delivery settled 4.5% higher at $60.43, according to data from CME. That’s a seven-week high and the first time futures have edged above $60 since May 22, according to Refinitiv. The National Hurricane Center predicts Tropical Storm Barry will form in the Gulf of Mexico by Thursday and strengthen to a hurricane by Saturday, when it’s expected to make landfall in Louisiana. The storm system is already causing flooding in Louisiana."

2019-07-10 - Heavy rain and flooding hit New Orleans (Louisiana):

2019-07-10 - Iranian boats attempt to seize British tanker in the Persian Gulf:

2019-07-10 - More than 300,000 people pledge to storm Area 51 in Nevada on September 20:


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone reading JJFH today. It looks like the FAKE NEWS media pulled another fast one.

    Friday, 12 July 2019
    Provocation in the Persian Gulf

    British Tanker Seizure Try Fake News, Totally Fabricated

    Editor’s note: The entire thing was fake, made up by the BBC, a network owned by a government long taken over by Epstein style sex trafficking of young boys and a few girls, you see in the UK, it is always young boys…part of their “public school” tradition of buggery.

    If only I were making this up. The UK is a nation entirely run by perverts, twits and morons, all fed into office by multi-generational organized crime. [more]

    'Completely Terrifying': Study Warns Carbon-Saturated Oceans Headed Toward Tipping Point That Could Unleash Mass Extinction Event

    "Once we're over the're dealing with how the Earth works, and it goes on its own ride." [more]

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 7.11.9 OPEC Warns Climate Campaigners Are Greatest Threat to Our Industry Going Forward [~ 15 min.]

    Still Tracking Barry & Earthquake Report with Margo (July 11, 2019) [~ 58 min.]

    Dow 27,000? I Think That We Have FINALLY Reached Peak Stock Market Absurdity

    Even though everything else seems to be going wrong, the stock market just continues to soar to new record highs. In fact, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 27,000 for the first time ever on Thursday. Investors continue to relentlessly believe that bright days are ahead even though we are on the brink of a war with Iran, we are in the middle of a trade war with China, California has been hit by more than 10,000 earthquakes over the past week, and all of the economic numbers are screaming that a recession is dead ahead. There has certainly been a lot of craziness on Wall Street in recent years, but the truth is that stock prices have never been as absurd as they are right now. It is inevitable that a very painful reality check is coming, but for the moment investors are celebrating another historic landmark… [more]

    Firefighters make progress on the 100,000-acre Swan Lake Fire

    The fire is in Alaska south of Anchorage [more]

    Red Flag Warnings issued for Utah, Arizona, and Alaska

    Exceptional multiple meteor event recorded over Brazil

    An exceptional multiple meteor event took place over Brazil at 07:10 UTC on June 26, 2019, and was recorded by a BRAMON video station in Maranhão, Brazil. The preliminarily calculated radiant of this cluster does not seem to be associated with any known meteor shower.

    At least 9 meteors were registered simultaneously in less than 1 second, all parallel to each other, BRAMON reports. [more]

    Tropical Storm "Barry" forms - long duration heavy rainfall along the central Gulf Coast and inland, U.S.

    Tropical Storm "Barry" formed at 15:00 UTC on July 11, 2019, in the Gulf of Mexico, as the second named storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. Barry is expected to reach hurricane status on Friday, July 12 and be near the central or southeastern coast of Louisiana on Friday night (CDT) or Saturday, July 13. The slow movement of this system will result in a long duration heavy rainfall threat along the central Gulf Coast and inland through the lower Mississippi Valley through the weekend and potentially into early next week. [more]

    [more below]

    1. The economic collapse blog folks are always disappointed when their prediction of stock market doom not only doesn't happen, it ends up going even higher. But they need not worry. Their doom is coming. This fall. Maybe September. Maybe October. Like I've said before I think Harry Dent is the most on target. He said late last year that a rally would take the DOW up close to and maybe even higher than 30,000. Then in the fall of 2019 it comes down hard. Then we enter a deflationary depression for a time until rampant inflation takes over.

      But one thing Harry Dent does not factor in is climate disruption, collapse, and then our extinction. But I bet his prediction of a DOW higher than what we see now will come true.

  2. Nearly 40 percent decline in honey bee population last winter “unsustainable” – Trump administration cuts funding for bee research

    A mag 6.0 quake rocks Papua New Guinea: Southern Cal "swarmageddon" passes 10,000 quakes but shows a slight reduction over 24 hours

    Video shows mysterious lights in sky over Tucson, Arizona

    The video, taken shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday, shows a string of reddish lights in the sky move slightly before blinking out. Below, three evenly spaced lights shine in a horizontal line. Isaiah Alvarez, who shot the video, said these lights became very bright and left. [more]

    Drought warning: Could eastern Germany run out of water?

    German Deutsche Bank implodes on back of failed Merkel economic policy [includes ~ 20.6 min. video]

    Deutsche Bank staff from Australia, Asia and the United States were notified of the massive lay-offs as they arrived for work, and were later photographed leaving their offices with large envelopes and boxes of their belongings.

    Germany’s biggest bank is cutting roughly one-fifth of its workforce, reducing its headcount to 74,000 employees, in an effort to cut annual costs by six billion euros and return to profitability. This fresh round of job cuts comes on top of some 6,000 jobs slashed over this past year. [more]

    Small Temperature Bumps Can Cause Big Arctic Methane Burps

    [so since we're seeing LARGE temp. "bumps" this will cause sustained burping and long duration farting . the campfire "bean scene" in Blazing Saddles]

    New Orleans battles flash flooding as it faces possible hurricane

    [MrMBB333 doesn't think a hurricane will form for many reasons]
    UPDATE: Tropical Storm Barry - Where its GOING and what it COULD do! [~ 11.5 min.]

  3. [finishing out the week with some of the news links at RF]

    News Links, July 12, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    Jerome Powell Flags Rate Cut as Global Chill Outweighs Good U.S. News

    Global economy heading for trouble as manufacturing and construction shrink

    India may need major rainfalls to reverse its economic slowdown

    Predatory "Green Capitalism" Is Monetizing the Air, and It's Going to Cost You

    Zombification Perfected: Negative Yield Junk Bonds Take Hold in Europe

    Warning Bells Sound For Europe's Biggest Exporter

    German Economic Heart Troubles

    Vehicle Sales Plunge amid India's Shadow-Bank Debt Crisis & Contagion Fears

    US-China Feud Is Accelerating The Biggest Shift In Trade Since The Cold War, Away From Globalisation

    Ceasefire Over? Trump Demands New Sanctions On Beijing Over Iranian Oil Imports

    Delta flight forced into emergency landing after engine problem

    North Korea [V]ows to Respond to South's Deployment of F-35s

    TankerTrackers Denies Report Of Detained Tanker With Iranian Crude

    Trump threatens to 'substantially' increase sanctions on Iran

    Lies About Iran Killing US Troops in Iraq Are a Ploy to Justify War

    Trump's Version of Iran Accord: Heads I Win, Tails You Lose
    The US, after walking out of the Iran accord, is now shouting foul as Iran has breached the 300 Kg enriched-uranium stockpile limit of the accord. Does the US expect Iran to live up to the accord while it happily reneges on it?

    Lawmakers Still Fighting to Keep US Out of War With Iran

    How Iran Would Battle the U.S. In a War (It Would Be Bloody)

    Why stimulus can't fix our energy problems

    Pennsylvania Willing To Let Shuttered Oil Refinery Die

    Peak scarcity: Top supply shocks humanity isn't prepared for

    United Nations predicts global food prices will drop over next decade [leave out "prices" and it's more accurate]

    Major grain traders face one-two punch from U.S. floods, trade war

    Wall Street banks bailing on troubled U.S. farm sector
    [no farms, no food, no people]

    Cargill quarterly profit dives 41% on trade tensions, U.S. floods

    Flash flooding hits New Orleans as Mississippi River forecast to rise to dangerous levels

    Cholera Rips Through War-Torn Yemen: Nears 500,000 Cases In 2019

    High Cost of Nukes Even Higher If Medical Expenses Included

    US-China tech war and the US intelligence community
    China's 5G leadership means US eavesdropping will be blocked, spies unemployed

    Twitter suffered a massive outage due to an 'internal change'

    Apple Cofounder Steve Wozniak's Dire Warning: Delete Your Facebook Account Now!

    [continued below]

  4. US-Made Weapons Found In Libya Originally Sold to France

    US Fast-Food Drive-Thrus Will Soon Use License Plate And Facial Recognition Technology

    Russian spy sub crew prevented nuclear accident at cost of their lives

    Google says it uses humans to listen to Google Assistant conversations

    Amazon and Microsoft compete for Pentagon's "war cloud" contract

    "Go Forth and Lie" Israel Rolls Out Mandatory Course for Students Travelling Abroad

    How American Corporations Are Policing Online Speech Worldwide

    The World's 2-Billion-Ton Trash Problem Just Got More Alarming

    Deer in Japan's Nara died with numerous plastic bags in stomach

    Crop-damaging fall armyworms found in Japan for first time

    Chinese expert warns Australia against investing in new coal mines

    China's loans to rest of the world worth US$5 trillion, 6 per cent of global economy, new study reveals

    Britain's new aircraft carrier springs a leak — again

    U.S. government posts $8 billion deficit in June

    No longer rich on oil, Alaska may slash money to universities: 'We have a lot to lose'

    At least 2% of US public water systems are like Flint's – Americans just don't hear about them

    Net Wealth Distribution: The Bottom 50% Have 1% of the Wealth
    Those in the bottom half have nothing. The top 10% have 70% of the wealth.

    Female Veterans Are Fastest Growing Segment of Homeless Veteran Population

    Ford knew Focus, Fiesta models had flawed transmission, sold them anyway

    Earnings season is almost here and companies are warning the results won't be pretty

    Deflation Coming: CPI Supposedly Headed Nowhere, But Let's Dive Inside

    Most Veterans Say Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Weren't Worth It: Pew Report

    Court: It's Cool If The (Federal) Government Searches A Phone The (Local) Government Seized Illegally

    Voting Machine Makers Claim The Names Of The Entities That Own Them Are Trade Secrets

    And finally...
    A Missouri suspect was hiding from police. A loud fart gave him away

  5. Again this year Mark Sudduth of Hurricanetrack will be live casting the Tropical Storm or Hurricane in Louisiana on location. He'll also be placing video cams as close to where landfall will occur as possible.

  6. Thanks Mike. I forgot Sudduth's name (& didn't bookmark him). I'll check out Dent. You always recommend good sources.

    Quake rattles greater Seattle area; no link to California

    Two earthquakes [4.6 & 3.5] shook the Puget Sound region in Washington state early Friday morning, with the temblors felt into British Columbia and across the Cascade Mountains into the eastern part of the state.

    There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. [more]

    Pregnant woman, son die after car swept away in heavy rains

    A car driven by a pregnant woman in Pennsylvania was swept down the Manatawny Creek for about a half-mile on Thursday. [more]

    Woman in Nebraska dies when her vehicle is swept by flooding

    In Cozad, the Dawson County Sheriff's Office said that Shelly Masoner, 46, of Eustis, died Wednesday from injuries she received Tuesday when her vehicle was caught in moving water on Highway 21 and was swept away. Authorities say her car ended up rolling into a ditch filled with water. [more]

    [trouble in paradise]
    Hawaii's Maui Island wildfire forces evacuations

    Thousands of residents and visitors on Hawaii's Maui Island were ordered to evacuate two communities on Thursday as a spreading wildfire sent smoke billowing high into the sky, officials and local media said. [more]

    US retail apocalypse continues: Estimated 12,000 shops could close by end of 2019

    Man dies after seizure, dog attack in Uniontown, Pennsylvania

    Waterspout spotted off Useppa Island, Florida

    Loud boom reported in South Texas remains a mystery