Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Event Update For 2019-10-15

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

2019-10-15 - Unknown rotten egg odor causes evacuation at school in Lexington (Virginia):

Quote: "While the two entities could not locate the cause of the odor, they were '100 percent sure' that it was not a gas leak, thanks to specialized equipment used to monitor the presence of raw gas, said Jason White, the school system’s director of operations and student services."

Note: If it smelled like the odorant added to natural gas but it wasn't natural gas then it was probably poison gas. Ergo, everything's fine, resume school!

2019-10-15 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates school in Peru (Maine):

Quote: "Pamela Doyen, superintendent of RSU 56, which includes Canton, Carthage, Dixfield and Peru, said no cause of the odor was discovered, but emergency personnel and propane specialists inspected the school 'from one end to the other' and determined it was safe for students to return on Wednesday."

2019-10-15 - Refinery fire erupts in flame, fire gets huge, in coastal Crockett (California):

2019-10-15 - Cars and carpark go up in flames near the seafront in coastal Malaga (Spain):

Quote: "HUGE Fire Being Tackled At Car Park Near Malaga Airport..."

Quote: "The huge fire is at the Guadalhorce Poligono as flames and huge clouds of black smoke race into the skies, which can be seen all along the seafront as far as Fuengirola. Explosions were also heard as eyewitnesses claimed it was car fuel tanks exploding."

2019-10-15 - Huge spate of wildfires, the worst in decades, breaks out in coastal Lebanon:

Quote: "Officials said on Tuesday that more than 100 fires had broken out in the space of 24 hours."

Quote: "Before the recent fires, Lebanon had already lost three million trees in 2019 alone from forest fires, equivalent to all trees planted in reforestation initiatives over the last 15 years, Mitri said."

Note: Once again, a series of wildfires striking on the western coast of a landmass...

2019-10-15 - Extreme wildfires are transforming Sierra Nevada forestlands into shrublands:

2019-10-15 - Rising temps have melted away a tenth of the glaciers in Switzerland in just the last 5 years:

Quote: "During the summer heatwaves of 2019, glacier melt rates reached record levels. This led to another year of major losses of ice volume, as reported by the Cryospheric Commission of the Swiss Academy of Sciences. Switzerland’s glaciers have thus shrunk by 10 per cent over the past five years."

2019-10-15 - Algae blooms on the rise in freshwater lakes around the world:

Quote: "Costly, and potentially toxic, algae blooms have gotten worse over the past 30 years, according to a new study that looked at freshwater lakes around the world. Climate change may be making efforts to control these blooms more difficult, the study said."

2019-10-15 - Trump admin moves to greenlight logging in America's largest national forest:

2019-10-15 - Pallet fire breaks out at business on South Middlebrook Pike in West Knoxville (Tennessee):

2019-10-15 - Yacht bursts into flame while docked in coastal Pompano Beach (Florida):

Note: This is the 874th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-15 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Stadium Way West in Milton Keynes (Britain):

Quote: "Tuesday 15 October, 10.08am Fire in engine compartment of single-decker bus, Stadium Way West, Denbigh North, Milton Keynes. One appliance and crew from Great Holm and one from Bletchley attended. The fire was out on arrival. Firefighters used one hose reel to continue cooling it down."

Note: This is the 514th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-10-15 - Car-hauler bursts into flame at 6:19 AM on I-15 in the Cajon Pass (California):

Quote: "All lanes of the northbound I-15 freeway in the Cajon Pass are at a complete stand-still after a tractor-trailer with a car hauler caught fire Tuesday morning."

Note: This is the 57th car-hauler to burn in 2019...

2019-10-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame, driver pulls over, another tractor trailer hits first one, on I-5 near Woodburn (Oregon):

Quote: "Police say a semitruck driven by Gagandeep Singh, 24, from California was driving south and pulled over when he say smoke coming from under the truck. Singh and his passenger Baljit Singh, 38, also from California, got out and discovered the truck was on fire."

2019-10-15 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame outside Madison (Nebraska):

2019-10-15 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in Spring Valley (Illinois):

2019-10-15 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Archer (Iowa):

2019-10-15 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in Torch River (Canada):

2019-10-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame before 5:30 AM on the M3 near Thorpe (Britain):

Note: These are the 1848th, 1849th, 1850th, 1851st, 1852nd, 1853rd and 1854th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-15 - Dump truck bursts into flame at business in Grand Falls-Windsor (Canada):

2019-10-15 - Truck and 3 vehicles go up in flames at 3:30 AM while parked at towing business in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "Portland Fire and Rescue responded to the vehicle fire in the 14300 block of Northeast Whitaker Way at around 3:30 a.m. They said an employee called 911 and said there were two cars and a truck on fire and that the fire was spreading to other vehicles. When engines arrived, they found four vehicles on fire."

2019-10-15 - RV bursts into flame on State Route 235 near Coddington Road north of St. Paris (Ohio):

Note: This is the 366th RV to burn in 2019...

2019-10-15 - Campervan bursts into flame on Wakely Road in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

2019-10-15 - Van bursts into flame on Route 10 in Easthampton (Massachusetts):

2019-10-15 - Van bursts into flame near bridge over the River Swale outside Great Langton (Britain):

Quote: "Time: 15:35 Location: Lowfield Lane, Great Langton Crews from Richmond responded to reports of a van on fire near the bridge over the River Swale just outside Great Langton. Crews extinguished the fire using 1 hose reel jet and 2 breathing apparatus."

2019-10-15 - School van bursts into flame on street in Khachrod (India):

2019-10-15 - At least three vans destroyed by fire at 12:11 AM while parked at dealership on Derby Road in Loughborough (Britain):

2019-10-15 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in coastal Danvers (Massachusetts), 620 feet from the coast:

2019-10-15 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Roanoke County (Virginia):

2019-10-15 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on street in Volga (South Dakota):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame just before 4 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, in Springfield (Missouri):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on street in Racine (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

2019-10-15 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame on highways in El Paso (Texas):

Quote: "A pair of vehicle fires snarled traffic along El Paso highways on Tuesday morning. The first one happened around 9 a.m. when a car caught fire along Interstate 10 eastbound at Lee Travino. It closed two lanes and caused major delays for motorists. The second car fire occurred on Loop 375 south at Pellicano around 11 a.m."

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on Freedom Valley Circle in West Brandywine (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on Route 378 in Bethlehem (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on I-590 in Irondequoit (New York):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in East Hartford (Connecticut):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on the M20 in coastal Limerick (Ireland):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on the M50 in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2019-10-15 - Car bursts into flame on Thame Road in Longwick (Britain):

Quote: "Tuesday 15 October, 7.17pm Small fire in engine compartment of car, Thame Road, Longwick. One appliance and crew from Thame attended. The fire was out on arrival. Firefighters used a hose reel to cool it down and a toolkit."

2019-10-15 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-80 in Vacaville (California):

2019-10-15 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on Bay Isles Road on coastal Longboat Key (Florida):

2019-10-15 - Around 40,000 tons of animal feed go up in flames in warehouse on St Andrews Road in coastal Avonmouth (Britain):

2019-10-15 - Heating and cooling business destroyed by fire at 2:45 AM in Rochester (New York), 2 dogs killed:

2019-10-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Bennettsville (South Carolina):

2019-10-15 - Home destroyed by fire in Faulk County (South Dakota):

2019-10-15 - Home destroyed by garage fire on Layhigh Road in Morgan Township (Ohio):

2019-10-15 - Three homes destroyed by fire in Moffat (Colorado):

2019-10-15 - Hundreds of birds slam into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, many die, many injured, in Charlotte (North Carolina):

Quote: "In shocking video that may be difficult for some to watch, a Channel 9 viewer captured footage of hundreds of birds scattered across the ground near the entrance of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in uptown after flying into the side of the building. Hollie Cameron's disturbing cellphone video shows dozens of birds lying on the ground outside the building, and captures other birds crashing into the large windows."

Quote: "They think something disturbed the colony Tuesday night, causing the birds to fly into the windows at the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Carolina Waterfowl Rescue officials told Channel 9 this was not a naturally occurring event and the birds' migration could not have been a factor because the swifts only migrate during the day."

2019-10-15 - Man, 76, falls into swimming pool at home and dies, in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Deputies learned that a wife came outside and found her husband in the pool. They said they believe the man fell into the pool while cleaning. The man's identity has not been released, but Sheriff's Office officials said he was 76 years old."

2019-10-15 - Man, 44, dies after being pulled from swimming pool in coastal Fintas (Kuwait):

Quote: "An American, born in 1975, died in the swimming pool of a residential building in Fintas, reports Al-Anba daily."

2019-10-15 - Woman, 49, found dead in small lake in residential area in Tempe (Arizona):

2019-10-15 - Boy, 16, found dead in the water off coastal Manhattan Beach (New York):

2019-10-15 - Woman, 18, found dead in submerged car in Lake Decatur in Decatur (Illinois):

2019-10-15 - Person found dead in the Licking River at rowing club in Newport (Kentucky):

2019-10-15 - Man, 68, found dead in the Ohio River in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-10-15 - Man, 26, falls off boat and dies near coastal Montauk (New York):

2019-10-15 - Person found dead in the water at beach in coastal Atlantic City (New Jersey):

2019-10-15 - Girl, 5, dies after being found unconscious in bathtub in Clovis (California):

2019-10-15 - Woman in her 50s or 60s found dead at motel in Midvale (Utah):

Quote: "There were no signs of obvious trauma to the woman but police won’t know her cause of death until after an autopsy from the Utah State Medical Examiner’s Office is completed."

2019-10-15 - Man, 76, dies while snorkeling at coastal Redang Island (Malaysia):

2019-10-15 - Man has 'medical issue', pickup truck crashes into pole and ditch, in Columbus (Georgia), 1 injured:

Quote: "There was one person driving who appeared to have a medical issue. He has been transported to the hospital and his condition is unknown at this time."

2019-10-15 - Small plane crashes near Cranes Creek Road in Vass (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2019-10-15 - Small plane flips over at Bowman Field in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-10-15 - Small plane lands at airport, runs off runway, in Lebanon (New Hampshire):

2019-10-15 - Tanker truck overturns on US 22 near Cadiz (Ohio):

2019-10-15 - Two tractor trailers crash on Highway 25 south of Gilroy (California), 1 killed:

2019-10-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-20 in Columbia (South Carolina):

2019-10-15 - SUV veers off road, crashes into office building, in Hawthorne (New Jersey), 1 injured:

2019-10-15 - Car veers off road in the wee hours, crashes into canal, bursts into flame, in Clark Freeport Zone (Philippine Islands), 4 killed:

2019-10-15 - Coyote attacks and kills cat in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

2019-10-15 - Pigs attack and kill man in shed at home in Nagarkurnool (India):

2019-10-15 - Huge sinkhole opens on road in Columbia (South Carolina):

2019-10-15 - Seven-story apartment building collapses in coastal Fortaleza (Brazil), 1 killed, others trapped:

Quote: "A seven-story building collapsed in northeastern Brazil on Tuesday, killing at least one person, trapping others — and drawing new attention to the unsettling frequency with which buildings here suddenly fall down."

2019-10-15 - Apartment building partially collapses in Novonezhino (Russia):

2019-10-15 - Pipe breaks, sinkhole opens, person possibly sucked into sinkhole, in Hermosillo (Mexico):

2019-10-15 - Man collapses at hotel in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Hull. Tue 15 Oct 2019 14:18 (No:23059) Request by staff at hotel to assist an adult male who had collapsed on their premises. Oxygen therapy administered and first aid given until arrival of Ambulance Service. Trauma bag in use. Male conveyed to hospital by ambulance."

2019-10-15 - Underwater volcano, the Metis Shoal Volcano, erupts in Tonga, ash and gas plume reaches 17,000 feet, aviation alert increased to orange:

2019-10-15 - Mount Merapi erupts in Indonesia:

2019-10-15 - Magnitude 4.7 earthquake strikes southeast of Hollister (California):

2019-10-15 - Magnitude 3.4 earthquake strikes near Pleasant Hill (California):

2019-10-15 - Lightning strike kills 4 people and injures 25 people in Tamil Nadu (India):

2019-10-15 - An asteroid flew past Earth last night and no one knew about it until it was gone:

2019-10-15 - US Midwest farmers fear widespread crop failures and a record-low harvest in 2019 due to weather calamities:

Note: People want to deny the science of climate change? Well, maybe they'll find starvation more convincing!

2019-10-15 - Extremely rare yellow cardinal spotted in Port St. Lucie (Florida):

2019-10-15 - US green economy growth dwarfs Donald Trump's highest hopes for the fossil fuel industry:

2019-10-15 - Stunning survey reveals quarter of Americans have never eaten vegetables:

2019-10-15 - Family in the Netherlands found living in cellar for 9 years waiting for ‘end of days’ and unaware other people still existed:


  1. Aw raht, jess-a-dam minit he' - watts-a-big ideer-a slappin' 'at-dare car fahr 5 MINITS uppa strate from mah dam HOUSE(!) on the BANNER?! You TRYIN'-a kee me wit' a hart attack firss thang inna mornin'?-spewed mah-dam coffa aw ova da screen - JEEZ! 'At's gettin' CLOSE!

    Seriously though, Jonny - besides the guy who wrote a book about your blog, why aren't people realizing what's going on?
    You've been not only spot-on correct about all these anomalous occurrences, especially the effects, but way ahead of anyone else on the planet in predicting it all, just the way it's comin' down. Gases evacuating schools, hospitals, office buildings, and more happens practically every day now, especially if you include the building explosions, car fires, and the rest. People are collapsing and dying suddenly a LOT more frequently than what was once a rarity. And what's with all these "medical events"? All explained upon reading the full hypothesis posted at the top.

    Like McPherson's message, i think "THEY" know but are keeping a lid on your interpretation and in-depth analysis that makes total sense, because it would be like a bomb hitting society, so that normalcy and all the rules would be "out the window."

    Things would collapse over-night. The big lie would be exposed and they can't have that. Who would go to work, realizing - dude, it's OVER!? We're living on borrowed time, and the devil's come ta collect.

    Windy as i've ever seen it here today. Raining leaves and branches. Big rain last night, but it's overcast and "blustery" today. Lost power only briefly (~ 2 minutes).

    Hope everyone's holding up out there.

  2. September 2019 hottest on record globally, second hottest in U.S. history – All-time record for 12-month rainfall in U.S.

    Temperatures over land were notably below average only over south-western Russia, the Central Asian Republics and parts of Antarctica, although several other regions experienced temperatures that were slightly below average for the month.

    Although regions of below-average temperature occurred over all major oceans, including the tropical eastern Pacific, marine air temperatures were predominantly higher than average, especially so over the north-eastern Pacific Ocean and over several Arctic and West Antarctic seas. […]

    Global temperatures were substantially above average in September 2019. [more; see the break down]

    Cow Creek, a new fire east of Ridgway, Colorado

    The fire is 27 miles southeast of Montrose, Colorado [more]

    Orca task force adds 13 recommendations at final meeting as “biological extinction” looms

    Top Commerce Department aides orchestrated NOAA’s Hurricane Dorian statement attacking NOAA meteorologists for contradicting Trump

    A letter sent Thursday from the chair of the House Science Committee to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross reveals that it was the Commerce Department, not the leadership of its National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, that drafted a controversial NOAA statement on 6 September 2019 that backed President Trump’s false statement about the path of Hurricane Dorian. That statement contradicted NOAA’s own meteorologists at a weather forecast office in Birmingham, Ala.

    The unsigned statement has generated at least three investigations, including one by the Science Committee, another by NOAA’s chief scientist, as well as the Commerce Department’s inspector general. The new letter, from Committee Chair Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Tex.), contains previously unknown information about how that statement — which may have violated NOAA’s scientific integrity policy — was written.
    [more; SOTT wrote it!]

    [in bizarre follow-up news]
    San Jose police say they actively searched for Utah tech CEO reported missing

    Valenti went missing Monday night after driving off course from Palo Alto to catch a flight home from the San Jose International Airport.

    On Saturday, relatives had continued their frantic search for Valenti, who they said apparently suffered a manic episode early in the week, telling them in a string of bizarre phone calls that “it’s all a game, it’s a thought experiment, we’re in the Matrix.”

    Nothing seemed amiss until she called her parents about 3:30 p.m. on Monday after she met with a former colleague on Sand Hill Road, and said she couldn’t find her rental car. Once she found the car, she stayed on the phone with her parents, her conversation became bizarre.

    How Valenti died is still unknown, pending the results of an autopsy and toxicology tests conducted by the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office. The time of her death is also unclear, so how long she might have been in the vehicle where she was found remains a mystery.

    San Jose police said the case is being treated as a death investigation, and that there were no obvious signs of foul play. Valenti’s husband said she had no history of mental illness. [more; sounds like it's on the zombie behavior spectrum; some of the quotes from where i followed the link]

    [more below]

  3. What is That Strange Light Flying in the Sky Over Trinidad and Tobago? Too Slow for a Meteor Fireball [see two short videos]

    Earthquake in Philippines Kills 5, Injures 28, Closes Schools (Videos and Pictures)

    Fukushima region hardest hit by typhoon Hagibis as radioactive soil is being pushed from the mountains down into areas where people live and crops are grown

    News outlets worldwide are reporting the death toll is approaching 100 as 90 residents of Japan have died as a result of Typhoon Hagibis with others still missing. At least 200 people were injured, 30 of them seriously. The full extent of damage from the typhoon is still unknown. Typhoon Hagibis hit Japan on Saturday with historic rainfall that caused rivers to overflow and left thousands of homes flooded, damaged or without power. More than 200 rivers overflowed, and more than 50 of those now have damaged embankments. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transportation said it is dispatching experts to investigate damaged embankments at seven large rivers including those in Nagano and Fukushima where massive flooding occurred. As of early Wednesday, 12,000 homes lacked electricity and more than 116,000 households lacked freshwater. [more]

    Several injured as very destructive, possibly multivortex tornado hits Arles, France

    Several people were injured after a destructive tornado hit the city of Arles, Bouches-du-Rhône, southern France on October 15, 2019. Damage suggests this was a multiple vortex tornado. [more]

    Stormquakes - scientists discover new geophysical phenomenon

    A study published on October 14, 2019, shows a new geophysical phenomenon where a heavy storm can trigger seismic events in the nearby ocean as powerful as a 3.5 magnitude earthquake. Lead author Wenyuan Fan, an assistant professor of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science said they call this phenomenon a "stormquake". [more]

    Submarine eruption at Lateiki (Metis Shoal), Tonga

    The Aviation Color Code for Lateiki volcano, previously known as Matis Shoal, was raised to Orange at 21:20 UTC on October 14, 2019, after several observations confirmed eruption in progress. [more; check out instagram Pumice and discolored sea as observed by NASA Terra/MODIS on August 10, 2019 @ the bottom]

  4. I guess the afternoon comments went into the ether.

    Woman Found Dead in South Philly Apartment With Burns Over 80% of Body
    Woman Found Dead in Apartment With Burns Over 80% of Body

    Responding firefighters used a ladder to access the 49-year-old woman’s third floor unit through a window around 1:45 a.m., police said. Inside they found the woman dead with burns over about 80% of her body.

    Medics pronounced the woman dead at the scene.

    There were no signs of active fire when authorities arrived at the scene.

    Police, the fire marshal and arson investigators searched for answers as to if foul play was involved. [more]