Friday, October 4, 2019

Event Update For 2019-10-03

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

2019-10-03 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates school in Richmond (Virginia):

Quote: "The Richmond Fire Department gave the 'all clear' after crews did not find a gas leak inside the school."

Quote: "Although no gas leak was found, CBS 6 reporter Shannon Lilly, who is on scene, reports a 'very strong smell' in the area."

Note: Must have been a rotten egg odor if they thought there was a gas leak. But there was no gas leak, so what WAS that odor? Probably some poison gas blowing by in the atmosphere outside that got sucked into the school via the HVAC system. Not enough to kill anyone this time, so that's good, but that doesn't mean there won't be enough to kill people next time...

2019-10-03 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates school in Fairmont (West Virginia):

2019-10-03 - Unknown sewage odor regularly blowing through coastal Southend-on-Sea (Britain):

Quote: "Several residents reported the smells to the Echo, with Kelly Jarwin, Southend, stating that she first smelt the odour a couple of weeks ago. She said: “There was definitely sewage smells in Westcliff towards football grounds. 'Myself and some friends smelt this sewage smell a couple of weeks ago near the football grounds and then again last night down Victoria Avenue.'"

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is commonly called 'sewer gas'...

2019-10-03 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing in Kansas City (Missouri):

Quote: "A Frontier flight made an emergency landing at KCI on Thursday just before 6 p.m. The emergency landing was due to a report of smoke in the cockpit."

Note: This is the 116th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-03 - Landfill fire breaks out at 4:15 AM off Leeman Ferry Road near Huntsville (Alabama):

2019-10-03 - Recycling center hit by fire at 4:32 AM, recyclables burn, in coastal Stamford (Connecticut):

2019-10-03 - Around 400 kilometers of dead and dying mangroves found along the Gulf of Carpentaria (Australia):

2019-10-03 - Food Crisis 2019, it’s looking bad:

2019-10-03 - Triple-digit heat bakes the US South:

2019-10-03 - Does the climate crisis violate the rights of those yet to be born?

Note: The only right they have is the right to join the skull pile. The Earth will kill them all. Ergo, they shouldn't BE born. It's the end of the world. Any child born from here on out has nothing to look forward to but misery and/or death. We have PLENTY of people who are going to suffer and die already and there's no moral or rational reason whatsoever to create more people and inflict that same fate on them. Dropping dead is the BEST possibility children have to look forward to at this point. Also see the 8-year-old boy who sickened at school then dropped dead near his home in Chickamauga, Georgia on this day. Parents can't keep their children alive. Parents can't even keep themselves alive...

2019-10-03 - SOTT Earth changes summary for September 2019, extreme weather, planetary upheaval, meteors:

2019-10-03 - Apartment building explodes in Lenora (Czech Republic), 1 killed, 9 injured:

Note: This is the 146th residential explosion in 2019...

2019-10-03 - Wildfire burns 4,100 acres and causes evacuations near coastal Maalaea (Hawaii):

2019-10-03 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Long Beach (California):

Note: This is the 841st boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-03 - Four school buses and bus barn destroyed by fire at 11:45 PM in the Town of Dunn (Wisconsin):

2019-10-03 - School bus bursts into flame near Cedars Drive and Sharrott Road in Beaver Township (Ohio):

2019-10-03 - School bus bursts into flame at Northridge Street and Oakland Avenue in Greensboro (North Carolina):

2019-10-03 - School bus bursts into flame on Highway 55 in Cary (North Carolina):

Note: These are the 133rd-139th school buses to burn in 2019, and these are the 482nd-488th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-10-03 - Transit bus bursts into flame on road just outside Scottsdale (Arizona):

2019-10-03 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in coastal Inverness (Scotland):

Note: These are the 489th and 490th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-10-03 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at gas station in Bridgeton (New Jersey):

Quote: "Tanker truck fire at gas station route 77 Bridgeton, NJ"

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame shortly after 2 AM on the Indiana Toll Road near Center Township (Indiana):

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at truck stop in Southington (Connecticut):

2019-10-03 - Tractor (combine) explodes into flame, ignites field fire, near Harrodsburg (Kentucky):

Quote: "Crews believe the combine harvester exploded, which caused the fire."

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in residential area on Twist Lane, fire spreads to home, in Leigh (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A30 near coastal Exeter (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Tractor bursts into flame on the A39 in Chewton Mendip (Britain):

Note: These are the 1794th, 1795th, 1796th, 1797th, 1798th, 1799th, 1800th and 1801st tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-03 - Truck bursts into flame on the A30 near Okehampton (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Van bursts into flame in Much Wenlock (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Minivan bursts into flame at auto yard in Edmonton (Canada):

2019-10-03 - SUV bursts into flame on I-393 in Concord (New Hampshire), separate crash too:

2019-10-03 - Car bursts into flame at 1:41 AM on the A46 near Leamington (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Car dealership damaged by fire in Mayfield (Kentucky):

2019-10-03 - Car bursts into flame on the M3 near Eastleigh (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Horse trailer bursts into flame while being towed on I-75 near Gainesville (Florida):

2019-10-03 - Cars, motorcycles and shopping mall go up in flames in Salt Lake (India):

2019-10-03 - Three businesses destroyed by fire just before 7 AM in Bridgeport (West Virginia):

2019-10-03 - Storage facility heavily damaged by fire in coastal Windsor (Canada):

2019-10-03 - Home damaged by garage fire in Springfield (Missouri):

2019-10-03 - Home damaged by fire just after 3:30 AM on North 15th Street in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-03 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Lawrence Avenue in coastal Dorchester (Massachusetts):

2019-10-03 - Home destroyed by fire before 6:50 AM in Pleasant Valley (Missouri), nobody there:

2019-10-03 - Home destroyed by fire on Clement Avenue in Dayton (Ohio):

2019-10-03 - Vacant home burns at 2:15 AM on 2nd Avenue in Richmond (Virginia):

2019-10-03 - Vacant home burns at 3:20 AM in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2019-10-03 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-10-03 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Detroit (Michigan):

2019-10-03 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Coal River Road in St. Albans (West Virginia):

2019-10-03 - Woman in her 60s dies after being found unconscious while snorkeling at beach, and man dies after being pulled from water at another beach, on the Big Island (Hawaii):

Quote: "The first fatality happened at Mahukona Beach Park just after 1 p.m. A woman in her 60s died after she was spotted face down in the water while snorkeling. Officials brought her to shore where she was then taken to North Kohala Hospital in critical condition. She later died, fire officials said. The woman’s name has not yet been released. Then around 2:15 p.m., crews were dispatched to Pololu Valley in North Kohala. There, a man was found unresponsive on the beach as bystanders performed CPR."

2019-10-03 - Two people die in one canal, another person dies in another canal, in Mandya (India):

2019-10-03 - Boy, 8, sickens at school, gets sent home, drops dead near home in Chickamauga (Georgia):

2019-10-03 - Man, 51, dies after being found unconscious in the water at beach in coastal Nags Head (North Carolina):

Quote: "According to the Nags Head Police Department, the call came in at 3 p.m. for a man floating face-down in the ocean near the 8300 block of South Old Oregon Inlet Road. Members of Nags Head Ocean Rescue brought the man to the beach, where CPR was administered. He was pronounced dead at the scene."

Quote: "A Maryland man died Thursday while swimming in the Nags Head surf, the third found dead in the Outer Banks surf in a week. The deaths continue a trend of men over 50 dying in the Outer Banks surf."

2019-10-03 - Man in his 30s or 40s found dead in the water near coastal Deer Island (Mississippi):

2019-10-03 - Man, 62, drops dead outside business in Dearborn (Michigan):

2019-10-03 - Person found dead in SUV at shopping center in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2019-10-03 - Man, 63, slumps over dead in car at business in Macon (Georgia):

2019-10-03 - Man found dead in pond in Winder (Georgia):

2019-10-03 - Man, 59, dies suddenly at homeless camp in Modesto (California):

2019-10-03 - Man in his 30s found dead near Indianapolis Road in Bartholomew County (Indiana):

2019-10-03 - Man, mid-20s, falls off jet ski and dies in Lake Somerville (Texas):

2019-10-03 - Man found dead at landfill in Fredericton (Canada):

2019-10-03 - Woman, 35, found dead in the River Mersey near coastal Seacombe (Britain):

2019-10-03 - Passenger, man, 63, has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane makes emergency landing in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

Quote: "A Delta commercial airplane made an emergency landing in Sioux Falls on Thursday morning for a passenger who had a medical emergency, officials say."

2019-10-03 - Small plane crashes outside Lansing (Michigan), 3 killed, 3 injured:

2019-10-03 - Gyrocopter and sheriff's helicopter crash separately into swampy area in Fort Meade (Florida):

Quote: "Authorities say the gyropcopter went down first, crashing on Mosaic property near Manley Road. While the PCSO helicopter, operated by 52-year-old Lavon Hughes, was above that scene it also went down."

2019-10-03 - Freight train derails and overturns in Minooka (Illinois):

2019-10-03 - Tanker truck overturns on road in Cardwell (Missouri):

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer crashes into bridge column then hits vehicle, fire erupts, on I-65 near Franklin (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2019-10-03 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into woods, on I-65 near Creola (Alabama), 1 killed:

2019-10-03 - SUV crashes off road shortly before 11 PM, bursts into flame, on I-94 near Ballantine (Montana), 1 killed:

2019-10-03 - Two cars collide head-on just after 2 AM, fire erupts, in Cross Lanes (West Virginia), 2 injured:

2019-10-03 - Car veers off road shortly before 12:20 AM, slams into overpass wall, in La Mesa (California), 1 killed:

2019-10-03 - Car veers off road in the wee hours, crashes into home, bursts into flame, in Little Chute (Wisconsin):

2019-10-03 - Car veers off road, crashes into trees, bursts into flame, in Porter Township (Michigan), 1 injured:

2019-10-03 - Car veers off road and overturns in Sierra Vista (Arizona), 3 injured:

2019-10-03 - Girl, 10, sickens at home, loses consciousness in bathtub, in critical condition, in Herriman (Utah):

Quote: "A 10-year-old girl is in 'extremely critical condition' Thursday afternoon after nearly drowning in a bathtub earlier that morning, police said. The incident took place in the area of 12500 South and Moonlite Hill Court. The girl had been feeling sick and took a bath to feel better, her mother told police. About 10 minutes later, about 11:18 a.m., the mother discovered the girl face down in the tub, Herriman Police Lt. Cody Stromberg said."

2019-10-03 - Volcano Popocatepetl erupts several times near Mexico City (Mexico):

2019-10-03 - Piparo mud volcano poses very serious threat on the island of Trinidad:

2019-10-03 - Worst monsoon in 25 years kills 1600 people across India:

2019-10-03 - Typhoon Mitag lashes South Korea, 9+ killed:

2019-10-03 - Storm to deliver more rain to soggy the Heartland and more snow to the northern Rockies in the US:

2019-10-03 - This is what a recession looks like, 12 big companies begin slashing jobs:

2019-10-03 - Police station employee, man, 45, goes on knife rampage at police station and kills 4 people, gets shot dead, in Paris (France):

Quote: "Four police employees were killed in a knife attack at Paris police headquarters on Thursday, according to city prosecutor Remy Heitz. The three policemen and a female police administrative worker were killed by a fellow member of staff, who was later shot dead, authorities told CNN."


  1. Sudden death overtime - that's great, Jonny!

    Yesterday's post indicated pick-up burn day, today it's school buses (along with the usual assortment of other vehicles, buildings and infrastructure).

    Your assessment of bringing new children into the world is spot on, and i wish i had heeded this advice when i realized we were on our way out as a teenager. i doubt we have any control over ultimate reality, but avoiding birth would be a great place to start.

    Strange lights off North Carolina Outer Banks spark UFO debate: Aliens or the military?

    A fleet of lights recorded off North Carolina's Outer Banks has ignited a debate about whether they are honest-to-goodness UFOs or just part of a mysterious military exercise.

    William Guy posted a 31-second video Sept. 28 on YouTube, showing what appears to be 14 glowing orbs over the water. He refers to it as a "real UFO sighting."

    "Anybody tell me what that is?" Guy says in the video. "We're in the middle of the ocean, on a ferry, nothing around. Look. Nothing around. No land, no nothing." [see 30 sec. video]

    Guy told the McClatchy news group he's from Indiana and is among the workers sent to repair damage on Ocracoke Island caused by intense flooding during Hurricane Dorian. [more]

    Decker Fire grows to more than 5,800 acres

    The fire is about three miles south of Salida, Colorado [more]

    Biosolids: mix human waste with toxic chemicals, then spread on crops

    [human waste does NOT make good fertilizer and adding chemicals to it only makes it more toxic to the soil]

    By some estimates, Americans send about 300m pounds of feces daily from the nation’s toilets to wastewater treatment plants.

    While the water is cleaned and discharged, the remaining toxic sewage sludge stays at the treatment plant, and it’s what Sierra Club environmentalist Nancy Raine calls “the most pollutant-rich manmade substance on Earth”.

    This “biosolid” sludge is expensive to dispose of because it must be landfilled, but the waste management industry is increasingly using a money-making alternative – repackaging the sludge as fertilizer and injecting it into the nation’s food chain. [more; i believe the Amish have been doing this for years]

    At Fukushima plant, a million-tonne headache: radioactive water

    In the grounds of the ravaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant sits a million-tonne headache for the plant's operators and Japan's government: tank after tank of water contaminated with radioactive elements.

    What to do with the enormous amount of water, which grows by around 150 tonnes a day, is a thorny question, with controversy surrounding a long-standing proposal to discharge it into the sea, after extensive decontamination. [more]

    [it won't be "cost effective" to do the decontamination and it would take far too long, so they'll end up just dumping it into the Pacific, along with the coriums from the nuke plants that are already there, supposedly]

    [more below]

  2. Surviving the extreme water shortage in Zimbabwe’s capital – Doctors on strike over “appalling and disgraceful” conditions in hospitals – Opposition lawmakers walk out of president’s speech

    Think of it as a cash and flow problem.

    Last month, city councillors in Harare, Zimbabwe shut off their main water plant, blaming a lack of foreign currency needed to import treatment chemicals.

    The water is back on now — after the national government stepped in. But according to many, the latest stoppage is just a drop in the bucket — following an especially harsh drought and the country’s ongoing economic crisis. [more]

    4 500 people displaced, 6 killed as widespread floods hit Senegal

    Widespread floods affected nearly 9 000 people in Senegal over the past 20 days. 4 500 were displaced, 6 killed and 49 injured, IFRC reports. Extensive damage was reported in Rufisque and Guédiawaye departments in Dakar Region and Kaolack department in Kaolack Region. [more]

    Worst drought in 90 years hits Namibia, over 61 000 cattle and other livestock perish

    Severe drought is affecting Namibia, causing deaths of more than 41 000 cattle over a period of ten months, reports showed on October 3, 2019. Officials describe it as the worst drought in 90 years. [more]

    Saturday, 5 October 2019
    WaPo: Adam Schiff lies about Ukainegate "whistleblower"

    "Flat-Out False": WaPo Calls
    Out Adam Schiff For Lying
    About Whistleblower

    The new impeachment show - brought to you by the folks at the CIA

    [swell - rogue "intelligence" agencies with a political agenda]

    Following the electoral fiasco of 2016, the DNC defended itself in court by arguing that it has no obligation to provide a fair and open primary. In fact, the DNC ran a disinformation campaign against Bernie Sanders, used Superdelegates to overturn primary results, miscounted and misplaced ballots in crucial state primaries and violated its own charter in the allocation of funds to the candidates. In other words, they stole the primary election.

    Whatever one thinks of Donald Trump and impeachment, it is the political establishment that is trying to bring him down. That the 'whistleblower' is a CIA agent who has since returned to active duty at the agency isn't lost on Mr. Trump's supporters. As much as the NPR tote bag set believes that it is the fount of wisdom and truth, they, along with the CIA, inflicted three years of the cynical farce of Russiagate on us and came up empty handed. [more]

    [last part follows]

    1. I will be glad when that manchild corrupted and disgusting creature,trump is out. I hope the republican party goes down with thier wanna be dictator.

  3. Storm to bring needed rainfall to northeastern US early next week

    Soaking rainfall will spread through the northeastern United States as the new week begins, which will help to ease the unusually dry conditions that have expanded in recent weeks.

    While the weekend will start on a nice note after a frosty Saturday morning, clouds and showers are forecast to move in on Sunday as a storm approaches from the west.

    "Locally heavy rainfall is expected along this storm from Sunday night through Monday night from the Ohio and Tennessee valleys through the interior Northeast," AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys said. [more]

    AccuWeather's October Forecast Predicts 'Widespread Frost' Will Take Over Much of the U.S.

    "Much of the region is forecast to experience the lowest temperatures of the season so far with the likelihood of widespread frost over the interior during the first weekend of October," said Paul Pastelok, AccuWeather's top long-range forecaster. [more]

    Trump administration opens up drilling on federal land in California

    he Trump administration on Friday announced it would open up over 720,000 acres of federal land in California for oil and gas development, ending a five-year moratorium on leases in the state. [more; just what we need, more methane releases]

    Earth Just Had Its Hottest September Ever Recorded

    [SOTT will of course dispute this]

    Earth just saw its hottest September ever recorded, marked by extreme weather, spotty rainfall and shrinking polar ice caps.

    A report released Friday by the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service showed that as a whole, the month was about 1.02 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the global averages from 1981-2010, and 0.04 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than September 2016, which has now been pushed to second place.
    [more; that means it's closer to ~ 1.75 deg. C over the REAL baseline temp. of the 1860's]

    Rains, military response help curb fires in Brazil's Amazon in September

    The number of fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest has receded, falling 36% in September from August to well below a 20-year historic average for the month, amid improved weather conditions and containment efforts by the country's military. [more]