Saturday, October 5, 2019

Event Update For 2019-10-04

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

2019-10-04 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates buildings along the Kennebec River on Water Street in Waterville (Maine):

Quote: "About 100 employees of Kennebec Valley Community Action Program were evacuated from four buildings on its Water Street campus Friday after an employee reported a gas odor, but firefighters who responded checked those buildings and area homes and detected no problems."

Quote: "'Our meters are calibrated to detect natural gas or propane on a very minute level,' he said. 'There were no traces of that found.' The odor of sulfur was noticeable in some areas on the King Street side of the campus where many KVCAP employees who had been evacuated from the Drapeau building were standing as firefighters checked buildings. Esler said that sometimes the sewer system can create hydrogen sulfate gas and, depending on the atmosphere, a smell of sulfur."

Note: He meant hydrogen sulfide, not hydrogen sulfate…

2019-10-04 - Unknown foul odor blows through town at 6 AM in Holsworthy (Britain):

Quote: "The source of the odour is not known but residents are running for cover..."

Quote: "Mark Raines, who lives in Glebelands, says he woke up on Friday morning with the pong already infecting his nostrils. He said: 'I first experienced it this morning at about 6am. I thought "Oh my God what's that smell?" It's as bad as it gets. The only way I can describe it like vomit. It is very strong. I've been on Facebook to warn people. I've spoken to a few other people and they are all talking about it. I don't want to go outside unless I have to. It's making me feel ill. It is truly awful.'"

2019-10-04 - Radical warming in Siberia destabilizing the ground, ancient once-frozen biomass begins decomposing:

Quote: "Andrey Danilov eased his motorboat onto the gravel riverbank, where the bones of a woolly mammoth lay scattered on the beach. A putrid odor filled the air — the stench of ancient plants and animals decomposing after millennia entombed in a frozen purgatory. 'It smells like dead bodies,' Danilov said."

Quote: "And then there’s that rotting smell. As the permafrost thaws, animals and plants frozen for thousands of years begin to decompose and send a steady flow of carbon dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere — accelerating climate change. 'The permafrost is thawing so fast,' said Anna Liljedahl, an associate professor at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. 'We scientists can’t keep up anymore.'"

Quote: "Smoking a cigarette on the porch of the village library, Shalugina offered her own analysis of the changing climate: 'I think, "Lord, it’s probably going to be the end of the world."'"

2019-10-04 - Person found dead in burning car in layby along Spring Lane in Lapworth (Britain):

Quote: "Police are appealing for witnesses after a body was found in a burning car. Warwickshire Police appealed for witnesses or information following the 'unexplained death'  in Lapworth this morning, Friday October 4. Police were called shortly before 11.30am to a report of a car on fire in a layby on Spring Lane."

2019-10-04 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing in Austin (Texas):

Quote: "A United Airlines flight had just departed from Austin on Friday night when it had to immediately return and land at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport because of smoke in the cockpit, airport officials said."

Note: This is the 117th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-04 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

2019-10-04 - Massive pallet fire breaks out before at 2:40 AM on Sawtell Avenue in Atlanta (Georgia):

Quote: "Flames shot as high as 60 feet in the air early Friday morning as Atlanta firefighters battled a massive fire on Sawtell Avenue in southeast Atlanta. The fire was upgraded just after 5 a.m. to a three alarm fire. The blaze started at Pallet Depot and the pallet yard of the business is on fire."

2019-10-04 - Chemical plant damaged by fire in Coolidge (Arizona):

2019-10-04 - September was the warmest September ever recorded:

2019-10-04 - Home explodes and burns in Clearfield (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2019-10-04 - Motel damaged by explosion in Springvale Township (Michigan), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 147th and 148th residential explosions in 2019...

2019-10-04 - Transformer bursts into flame and ignites car and some motorcycles in Lahore (Pakistan):

Quote: "An eyewitness told the police that the transformer caught fire all of a sudden. A car and several bikes parked near the electric poles also caught fire and were badly damaged."

2019-10-04 - Electrical substation damaged by fire in Sheikhupura (Pakistan):

2019-10-04 - Cargo ship 'Alm' bursts into flame on the Dortmund–Ems Canal near Dortmund (Germany):

Quote: "On Oct 4, 2019, a fire broke out aboard the 'Alm', 1525 ts (EU-No.: 02308670), on the Dortmund-Ems-Canal."

2019-10-04 - Boat bursts into flame at marina on the Tennessee River in Guntersville (Alabama):

2019-10-04 - Boat, vehicle, other recreational vehicles and home destroyed by fire in coastal Raymond (Washington):

Quote: "Crews were able to knock down the blaze and keep it away from surrounding outbuildings, although they report that the home was a total loss, including a vehicle, a boat and other recreational vehicles."

2019-10-04 - Boat bursts into flame off Twigg Street in Bucknall (Britain):

Note: These are the 842nd, 843rd, 844th and 845th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-04 - Power car bursts into flame on passenger train in New Delhi (India):

2019-10-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 in Omaha (Nebraska):

2019-10-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 283 near Mount Joy (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just before midnight while parked at Pepsi plant in Ogdensburg (New York):

2019-10-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 2:30 AM on I-16 in Treutlen County (Georgia):

2019-10-04 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Cerulean in Trigg County (Kentucky):

2019-10-04 - Tractor bursts into flame in Green Ore, Somerset (Britain):

Note: These are the 1802nd, 1803rd, 1804th, 1805th, 1806th and 1807th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-04 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Kilby Road in Harrison (Ohio):

2019-10-04 - Garbage truck bursts into flame at 6:55 AM on Albert Street in Ottawa (Canada):

2019-10-04 - Dump truck bursts into flame on road in Monroe (Connecticut):

2019-10-04 - Van bursts into flame on Hazel Croft in coastal Immingham (Britain):

Quote: "Hazel Croft, Immingham. Fri 4 Oct 2019 22:08 (No:22371) Van fire. 1 BA and 1 hose reel jet in use."

2019-10-04 - SUV bursts into flame at 1:52 AM while parked at apartments in Riverside (California):

2019-10-04 - SUV bursts into flame on Notre Dame Avenue in Winnipeg (Canada):

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home on Green Bay Road in Lake Bluff (Illinois):

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame on the Blatnik Bridge over Lake Superior in Duluth (Minnesota), 1 injured:

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame on Route 1 near bridge in Townshend (Delaware):

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame on I-26 in Calhoun County (South Carolina):

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame on Commerce Drive in Columbus (Indiana):

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame on highway in coastal Manila (Philippine Islands):

2019-10-04 - Car bursts into flame on Middle Green in Wexham (Britain):

Quote: "Friday 4 October, 1.30pm Car fire, Middle Green, Wexham. One appliance and crew from Slough and one from Langley attended. The fire was out on arrival."

2019-10-04 - Vehicle bursts into flame on street in Grand Island (Nebraska):

2019-10-04 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked inside factory along the Hudson River in Troy (New York):

Quote: "The fire started in a camper trailer stored in a factory building on the north side of Monroe Street between the railroad tracks to the east and the Hudson River to the west, Fire Chief Eric McMahon said."

2019-10-04 - Barn destroyed by fire on Jackson Avenue in Early (Iowa):

2019-10-04 - Warehouse destroyed by massive fire at 6:05 AM on Riverview Road in Sandy Springs (Georgia):

Quote: "The blaze started in a facility on Riverview Road, which is north of Bolton Road and the Chattahoochee River."

Quote: "It was the second large fire to break out in Atlanta Friday morning. The first fire generated explosions in SE Atlanta."

2019-10-04 - Driving school destroyed by fire in Dublin (Georgia):

2019-10-04 - Largest deer-processing facility in Michigan heavily damaged by fire just before midnight in Almont (Michigan):

2019-10-04 - Hooters restaurant heavily damaged by fire at 4:15 AM in Joliet (Illinois):

2019-10-04 - Gas station destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM near Spring Valley Township (Ohio):

2019-10-04 - Clubhouse destroyed by fire at country club in Rio Rancho (New Mexico):

2019-10-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Waldorf (Maryland), nobody there:

2019-10-04 - Home destroyed by fire at 6:30 AM on 18th Bay Street in the East Ocean View area in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2019-10-04 - Home destroyed by fire in Springfield (Oregon):

2019-10-04 - Five homes go up in flames on East Biddle Street in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2019-10-04 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 1:10 AM in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

2019-10-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Arvada (Colorado), 5 injured:

2019-10-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Grand Concourse in coastal Bronx (New York), 8 injured:;-injuries-reported/5593368/

2019-10-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Spartanburg (South Carolina), 1 injured:

2019-10-04 - Vacant home burns at midnight on West Pike Street in Bridgeport (West Virginia):

2019-10-04 - Monarch butterflies mysteriously dying on coastal Kent Island (Maryland):

Quote: "Something is killing butterflies on Kent Island. The mystery has neighbors baffled and some people are blaming pesticides."

Quote: "For two weeks, neighbors have found butterflies by the hundreds possibly thousands. Falstad says it's unusually quiet in the neighborhood - a sign butterflies are not the only victims."

Quote: "For now, Falstad says he's turning to the state, appealing to Maryland's Department of Agriculture for information on its most recent mosquito spraying on Sept. 18. But a department spokesperson says its sprays hold ingredients that are 'similar to those found in flea treatments for pets. The formulation is used statewide and is not known to affect larger species like monarch butterflies.'"

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is very similar to bug spray. Both are neurotoxic poisons. Could be a cloud of poison gas blew in off the ocean and hit this island. A concentrated cloud would have killed all the people on the island too, but a low concentration cloud blowing through in the wee hours might not even be noticed by people yet could still be enough to lay waste to the insect population...

2019-10-04 - Fin whale found dead in bay in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2019-10-04 - Three dogs die within hours after swimming in pond in coastal Wilmington (North Carolina):

Quote: "Warning signs have been posted at a pond off Independence Boulevard in Wilmington after three dogs died in a matter of hours following a summer swim. The pond was suspected to contain toxic blue/green algae."

2019-10-04 - Nearly 140,000 fish die in the Pamlico River in Beaufort County (North Carolina):

Quote: "Nearly 140,000 fish are reportedly dying along the Pamlico River in Beaufort County this week. Neighbors and folks out on the water first alerted Sound Rivers about the issue. After investigating the problem, scientific experts found the kill is targeting the Menhaden fish from Blounts Bay to the Goose Creek State Park. Experts at Sound Rivers are working with the North Carolina Department of Water Resources. They believe the cause of the kill is due to a water mold."

2019-10-04 - Two men found dead in Border Lake near Apopka (Florida):

2019-10-04 - Three girls go to take a bath and die in the Brahmaputra River in Gazipur (Bangladesh):

2019-10-04 - Two boys, 16 and 17, found dead in pond in Nashik (India):

2019-10-04 - Infant stops breathing at home, dies shortly later, on Northeast Flanders Street in Portland (Oregon):

2019-10-04 - Man, 45, slumps over dead in tent along the Mill River in Northampton (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Northampton Police Chief Jody Kasper said that around 8:45 a.m. Friday, officers were called to the area behind 126 West Street and along the river for a report of an unresponsive man in a tent. Emergency crews arrived and it was found that the 45-year-old man had died. Kasper noted that while the cause of death has not yet been determined, 'the death does not appear to be suspicious.'"

2019-10-04 - Man falls off boat and dies in Sandhill Lake in Luck (Wisconsin):

2019-10-04 - Woman, 39, found dead in Little Rock (Arkansas):

2019-10-04 - Man, 41, found dead in jail cell in Waynesburg (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-04 - Man, 50 to 70, found dead near Pottersburg Creek in Kiwanis Park in London (Canada):

2019-10-04 - Man dies after being pulled from the water at beach in coastal Shoalhaven (Australia):

2019-10-04 - Man in his 30s drops dead along footpath in Trowbridge (Britain):

Quote: "We were called to a sudden death of a man aged in his 30s in the Sussex Walk area, Trowbridge."

2019-10-04 - Man in his 40s has 'medical emergency' at 7:11 AM and drops dead in Leominster (Britain), near the River Lugg and the River Kenwater:

Quote: "A man in his 40s died after suffering a medical emergency in Leominster this morning (Friday). West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to Broad Street at 7.11am."

2019-10-04 - Woman, 88, found dead in pond in Inchbrook (Britain):

2019-10-04 - Woman found dead on the Rodwell Trail in coastal Weymouth (Britain):

2019-10-04 - Man, 37, has seizure, SUV crashes into ravine, near Quail Creek (Utah):

Quote: "At around 2:15 p.m., a 37-year-old man driving a 2007 Chrysler SUV was southbound on 5300 West north of the state Route 9 intersection when he experienced a medical episode that resulted in a seizure, Hurricane City Police Officer Ken Thompson said."

2019-10-04 - Small plane crashes into the Susquehanna River near Middletown (Pennsylvania), engine failure:

2019-10-04 - Small plane overturns at airport in Lake Elsinore (California):

2019-10-04 - Passenger train's brakes fail, train derails, in Taxila (Pakistan), many injured:

2019-10-04 - Passenger bus and truck collide head-on in Awasi (Kenya), 13 killed, 35 injured:

2019-10-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-10 near Phoenix (Arizona):

2019-10-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-26 in Orangeburg County (South Carolina):

2019-10-04 - Van veers off road, crashes into pole, in Buffalo (New York), 3 injured:

2019-10-04 - SUV veers into median at 2:20 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in El Cajon (California), 1 killed:

2019-10-04 - Three-car crash and two separate medical emergencies occur within minutes in Pocatello (Idaho):

Quote: "Minutes after this crash occurred came the two medical emergency calls, which required the Fire Department to dispatch one ambulance to the home on East Walnut and another ambulance to the home on West Lewis."

2019-10-04 - Man yells at people at grocery store, gets handcuffed, has 'medical emergency' and dies, in Glendale Heights (Illinois):

Quote: "A man suffered a medical emergency and died shortly after being handcuffed by police in a Glendale Heights grocery store Friday evening, officials said. Officers were called about 7:35 p.m. to Valli Produce, 155 E. North Ave., for reports of a man yelling at customers inside the store, according to a news release from the Glendale Heights Police Department."

2019-10-04 - Bobcat attacks and injures couple in Lauderhill (Florida):

2019-10-04 - Brown bear attacks and injures man near the Chilkat River (Alaska):

2019-10-04 - Sinkhole opens outside Humane Society in Rome (Georgia):,84005

2019-10-04 - Water main breaks, sidewalk collapses, in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2019-10-04 - Man goes into cardiac arrest in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Hull. Fri 4 Oct 2019 10:27 (No:22341) Running call requesting assistance with adult male in cardiac arrest. Crews administered oxygen therapy until arrival of paramedics. Patient being taken to the hospital via ambulance."

2019-10-04 - Woman has 'medical episode', collapses and hits her head, in coastal Robina (Australia):

Quote: "A woman is in a critical condition after she fell and hit her head after suffering a medical episode in Robina overnight."

2019-10-04 - Grizzly bears starving to death in Canada:

Quote: "Salmon, a key food source for grizzlies, is at an all-time low, affected by climate change. Fisherman say the salmon population is the smallest they’ve seen in 50 years, according to CNN."

2019-10-04 - Florida just got a sneak peek of coming attractions in the climate crisis:

2019-10-04 - Drought hits West Virginia, state of emergency declared:

2019-10-04 - Worst drought in 90 years hits Namibia, 61,000+ cattle and other livestock die:

2019-10-04 - Strange lights off North Carolina's Outer Banks spark UFO debate:

2019-10-04 - US Energy Secretary Perry expected to announce resignation next month:


  1. That's when you know you're in trouble, when it gets "too quiet" in your neighborhood/area - no "night sounds" of tree frogs, crickets, cicadas, grasshoppers - and you don't see birds, moths, lightning bugs (fireflies) or butterflies around.

    It's gettin' spooky and i don't like it.

    From 8 miles high, i've seen the interior black hole off in the distance, so sooner or later i'll reach its event horizon and the end of "my" life. The end is in sight. Lotta bad juju comin' down.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 10.5.19 On climate pessimism [~ 18 min.]

    Civilians, Firefighters Injured In Transformer Explosions At Huntington Beach Oktoberfest

    At least four people were injured Saturday night in transformer explosions apparently set off by a fire during an Oktoberfest celebration in Huntington Beach in southern California.

    Witness Kyle Nelson told KTLA-5 TV that he saw three large explosions in rapid succession at the festival — and captured one on video.

    Two firefighters and two civilians were treated for minor injuries, said a spokesman for the Huntington Beach Fire Department.

    The blasts apparently occurred after firefighters responded to reports of an electrical fire at the Old World Village Oktoberfest complex. The Orange County Register reported that the explosions erupted as crews trying to find the source of the blaze opened an underground vault. [more]

    Wildfire forces closure of Highway 178 northeast of Bakersfield, CA

    A new fire that ignited overnight 9 miles northeast of Bakersfield, California has forced the closure of State Highway 178. The fire, named Cattle Fire, is just inside the boundary of the Sequoia National Forest.

    There is a report that the spread of the fire has been temporarily stopped at about 93 acres. [more]

    Gusty winds to bring a one-two punch of fire threats in California this week

    With dry weather set to continue in California, windy conditions will spark concern for high fire danger more than once this week. [more]

    Snowstorm, rapid freeze-up to create dangerous travel over Rockies and High Plains this week

    Snow, gusty winds and plummeting temperatures will accompany a new storm poised to travel from the Rockies to the High Plains this week.

    This latest storm is expected to unleash less snow when compared to the one that buried Montana with over 4 feet in late September. However, the upcoming snowstorm will have a much broader reach and pose a wide array of hazards.

    Disruptions to travel and daily routines are likely.

    Cold air plunging in with the storm will allow snow to accumulate and travel to become slippery, not only in the highest elevations but also in the valleys.

    Temperatures can plunge by 30-50 degrees Fahrenheit in the span of 12-24 hours as the cold air swiftly replaces preceding mild conditions. [more]

    6 elephants drown, 2 rescued in Thai national park

    A herd of wild elephants was swept away by raging waters in a national park in Thailand, drowning six, while rangers helped steer two of the animals out of a deep ravine.

    Staff at Khao Yai National Park discovered the two struggling elephants and the carcasses after dawn Saturday near the Haew Narok waterfall, also known as the Ravine of Hell.

    The two elephants were trying to reach a dead calf, park officials said.

    Park rangers helped lead the two elephants from the ravine and said they will monitor their condition throughout the week. The waterfall was closed off to visitors while officials remove the carcasses. [more]

    [next part below]

  2. A 3.5 magnitude earthquake hit south of San Francisco

    A 3.5 magnitude earthquake hit Colma, which is south of San Francisco, on Saturday morning.
    The earthquake had a depth of 4.7 miles, and there have been no reports of damage from the earthquake so far.
    According to experts, California has not experienced a major earthquake in around 25 years, which means a massive quake could be yet to come. [more]

    Texas Man Struck by Lightning Rescued by CPR-Trained Bystanders [~ 4.3 min. video]

    Video shot by a security camera at Stuebner Airline Veterinary Hospital shows the moment of the strike, which caused the man to collapse instantly, and the emergency response that followed. [more]

    Trump administration rejects new protections for iconic Alaska tree

    An iconic Alaska tree that is dying off from rising forest temperatures and diminished winter snowpack was deemed ineligible by U.S. wildlife officials on Friday for special protection under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.

    The Trump administration, though acknowledging that climate change is a factor in the decline of the yellow-cedar, rejected a petition to list the tree as a threatened species under the landmark environmental law.

    The trees, which can grow to be more than 1,000 years old, are mostly found in the coastal temperate rain forests of southeastern Alaska and British Columbia, though some stands occur as far south as northern California.

    Environmentalists seeking the threatened species listing were trying to secure new safeguards for the trees in Alaska, where a long-running die-off extending across more than 1,500 square miles is concentrated. [more]

    Diseases like West Nile, EEE and flesh-eating bacteria are flourishing due to climate change [short video and text]

    U.S. Supreme Court takes up fight over $7.5 billion natural gas pipeline

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear an appeal by Dominion Energy Inc and President Donald Trump's administration of a lower court ruling that halted construction on a $7.5 billion natural gas pipeline due to run underneath a section of the popular Appalachian Trail in rural Virginia.

    The administration and companies involved in the project have asked the justices to overturn a ruling that found that the U.S. Forest Service lacked the authority to grant a right of way for the pipeline. Environmental groups had sued to stop the pipeline after the Forest Service gave the green light for the project through protected National Park Service land.

    The December 2018 ruling by the Richmond, Virginia-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals put a stop to construction of the 600-mile (965-km) Atlantic Coast Pipeline, intended to run from West Virginia to North Carolina.

    Dominion Energy leads a consortium of companies in the project that also includes Duke Energy Corp. [more]

    [with that kind of money at stake, watch for this to go thru]

    Disney World's new Skyliner cable-car system strands passengers

    News outlets report that Disney Skyliner cable cars became stuck in the air Saturday night. A Disney spokeswoman tells the Orlando Sentinel that there have been no reported injuries. [see Tom Terry's tweet]

    It was not immediately clear what caused the incident. [more]

    [continued below]

  3. Britain braced for 'coldest winter for 30 years'

    Britain could be in for a new beast from the east as experts predict this winter will be "the coldest weather in 30 years".

    Ginger Baker, Cream's volatile drummer, dies at 80 [RIP]

    [from Friday]
    Florida woman reportedly attacked by bobcat, seriously hurt

    A Florida woman was on a walk with her husband when she was reportedly attacked by a bobcat early Friday, officials said.

    The couple was walking on a path within their apartment complex in Lauderhill, near Fort Lauderdale, when they called 911 at 5:14 a.m. to report an attack by a bobcat, Lauderhill Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Levy told ABC News.

    Her husband tried to fight off the animal and was knocked to the ground, Levy said.

    Officials have not confirmed if the animal was a bobcat, Levy said.

    The woman was bleeding seriously, suffering injuries to her face and an arm, Levy said.

    She was taken to Broward Health in serious condition, Levy said, and her husband in fair condition. Her condition has since been upgraded to fair, according to Broward Health.[more]

    Spooky! A Full Hunter’s Moon Is Coming on October 13 — Here's How to See It

    Spooky season is upon us, and with it comes a yearly phenomenon astrology-lovers can’t get enough of: the rise of the full Hunter’s Moon. [more]

    ‘Everywhere we looked’: trillions of microplastics found in San Francisco bay

    [by the next century, the new plastic cleaning ship MAY get there]

    An estimated 7tn pieces of microplastics flow into the San Francisco bay via stormwater drains alone, researchers discovered. Nearly half of the microscopic particles found in stormwater looked suspiciously like tiny fragments of car tires, which rainfall washes off the streets and into the ocean. [more]

    Already Burning for a Month, Fracked Gas Blowout in Louisiana Could Last Two More Months

    For the fifth week since the blowout began, a large flare is still burning at the site of GEP Haynesville, LLC’s blown out fracked gas wells in northwestern Louisiana. The blowout occurred on August 30, shortly after the company began a frack job, igniting two adjacent wells. A state official estimated that efforts to contain the blowout could take another two months, or more.

    The flare has gone out at times, resulting in fluid from the well, including what the oil and gas industry calls “produced water,” spreading a mist into the sky over a mile away, alarming nearby residents. [more]

    [last part follows]

  4. Trump’s Border Wall Endangers Arizona’s Wildlife Amid Drought

    As part of construction, the Trump administration plans to pull up some of Arizona’s precious groundwater — not to hydrate people or animals, but to mix with concrete to build a 44-mile section of the border wall. [more; oh, smart!]

    Sunday, 6 October 2019
    Low ozone readings for September

    What just happened to the ozone?

    [contains link to this article]
    NASA Ozone Watch: Images, data, and information for atmospheric ozone

    In fast-thawing Siberia, radical climate change iswarping the Earth beneath the feet of millions

    A Washington Post analysis found that the region near the town of Zyryanka, in an enormous wedge of eastern Siberia called Yakutia, has warmed by more than 3 degrees Celsius (5.4 degrees Fahrenheit) since preindustrial times - roughly triple the global average.

    The permafrost that once sustained farming - and upon which villages and cities are built - is in the midst of a great thaw, blanketing the region with swamps, lakes and odd bubbles of earth that render the land virtually useless. [more]

    Major social unrest in three countries

    Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam calls on public to condemn violence and rioters after ‘very dark night’ in city

    [videos and text on Hong Kong, Ecuador and Iraq]

    When diesel price doubles overnight: Violent protests erupt in Ecuador


    30 Killed 1000 Wounded Iraq Protests

    Headlines from Dane Wigington - - 5 October, 2019
    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, October 5, 2019, #217 [~ 54.75 min. video]

  5. Car Careens Into Chesapeake and Delaware Canal
    Car Careens Into Chesapeake and Delaware Canal

    Rescue operations were underway Sunday after a car careened into a Delaware canal.

    It was not immediately clear if there were any fatalities after the vehicle fell into the southern side of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, but police, fire, maritime and emergency medical crews were trawling the area, Delaware State Police spokesman Michael Austin said.

    The crash happened around 9:45 a.m. in Middletown, about a mile from the Sen. William V. Roth Jr. Bridge, state police said. The cause of the crash and the number of people inside the car were not immediately available.

    This is a developing story. Refresh this page for updates.

  6. Bayer says October U.S. glyphosate trial delayed until February [2050]

    A pending U.S. lawsuit over claims related to Bayer's glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup has been delayed, the company said on Sunday, with a new court date set for February, 2020. [more; kidding, above]

    Spooks Turned Spox: US Media Now Filled With Former Intelligence Agents

    After years in the shadows overseeing espionage, kill programs, warrantless wiretapping, entrapment, psyops and other covert operations, national security establishment retirees are are turning to a new line of work where they can carry out their imperial duties.

    That is, propagandizing the public on cable news. Reborn as cable news pundits, these people are cashing in. So many years working in the dark, only to emerge in the studio lights of the same networks that rail all day everyday against state TV from countries that America hates. [more]

    MEDICAL HORROR: Genetic sequencing of common vaccine finds entire male human genome from aborted human baby… “a complete individual genome” with abnormal, modified genes… 560 genes linked to cancer

    amazingly, almost no member of the public is aware that aborted human fetal cells are routinely used in vaccines. The lying fake news media insists such talk is a “conspiracy theory,” even as the CDC, FDA and vaccine manufacturers openly declare the ingredient is being used in numerous vaccines.

    What’s clear from this genetic sequencing is that the vaccine industry is inoculating children with engineered cancer. [more]

    Air pollution able to reach the placenta around a developing baby

    Breathing in polluted air may send soot far beyond a pregnant woman's lungs, all the way to the womb surrounding her developing baby. [more]

  7. Scary how many people are dying in lakes, ocean,and pools. Than add in that hydrogen sulphide is more regularly drifting around.All the nasty bacteria and critters in the waters and mosquitos spreading disease that can kill you like EEE. Mosquitoes love to bite me,maybe it's because I have diabeties.. I don't go out in the evenings because of the mosquitos. And I apply Deet to myself so I'm not a snack or target.
    So much is accelerating in this situation I mutated insects and other creatures that look off. The environment is changing faster especially in the past 4 months or so. Dogs dying after a swim in a pond, waters
    People going into cardiac arrest. What is creating this mess of our planet eventually will be too dangerous to drink or be near. The Ceo's only care about short term profits. In my opinion capitalism needs to be eliminated the richest few are cannablising everything for profits or themselves.
    Greed is never good.