Saturday, October 19, 2019

Event Update For 2019-10-18

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

2019-10-18 - Unknown 'sewer gas type smell' sickens people at health facility in South Whitehall Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Fire officials tested the air but were unable to find the source of what Downs said was reported to be a 'sewer gas type smell.'"

2019-10-18 - Another 19,925 fires broke out across the Amazon in South America last month:

2019-10-18 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame at airport in Seoul (South Korea):

Quote: "Passengers expecting to depart Seoul Incheon airport bound for Los Angeles were horrified to see a fire break out in one of the engines on their plane, just as they were waiting to board."

Note: This is the 127th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-18 - Electrical substation fire causes blackouts in Pretoria (South Africa):

2019-10-18 - Factory explodes and burns at midnight in Luqa on the island of Malta:

2019-10-18 - Many fish and crustaceans dying in coastal Mar Menor (Spain):

Quote: "Mar Menor in Murcia, Europe’s largest saltwater lagoon, is facing environmental crisis after tens of thousands of dead fish and crustaceans washed up dead on beaches in the region."

2019-10-18 - In separate incidents, man dies after being pulled from the water off coastal Moreton Island, and man in his 60s loses consciousness while snorkeling in coastal Buddina (Australia):

Quote: "A man has died after he was pulled unconscious from the water in off Moreton Island on Friday. He was spotted in the water near the Tangalooma wrecks off Moreton Island about 10.15am and pulled to a stretch of beach."

Quote: "In a separate incident, a man in his 60s was spotted unconscious in the water off Harbour Parade in Buddina on the Sunshine Coast by a passing boat after a snorkelling incident just after 11am. He was rushed to shore, where paramedics treated him and took him to Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a critical condition."

2019-10-18 - Woman in her 40s loses consciousness on trail in coastal San Diego (California):

Quote: "Officials said a woman in her 40s was hiking along the 1 Father Junipero Serra Trail when she passed out."

2019-10-18 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Columbia (Illinois):

Note: This is the 156th residential explosion in 2019...

2019-10-18 - Boat bursts into flame near coastal Newport Beach (California):

Note: This is the 878th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-74 near New Point (Indiana):

2019-10-18 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame east of Maroa (Illinois):

2019-10-18 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Manchester (Iowa):

2019-10-18 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in Vulcan County (Canada):

Note: These are the 1865th, 1866th, 1867th and 1868th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-10-18 - Truck bursts into flame on Crawfords Corner Road in Holmdel (New Jersey):

2019-10-18 - RV and outbuilding destroyed by fire at 6:35 AM, home damaged, on Taboose Lane in Bishop (California):

Quote: "Fire destroyed a motor home, outbuilding and damaged a modular home on the 2000 Block of Taboose Lane. Bishop Fire Department was notified of a fully engulfed trailer fire at 6:35 AM."

2019-10-18 - RV bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, while parked at home in Shasta Lake (California):

Quote: "A motor home was destroyed after burning at a home in Shasta Lake, Friday afternoon."

Note: These are the 371st and 372nd RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-10-18 - Van bursts into flame on the M8 in coastal Cork (Ireland):

2019-10-18 - Van bursts into flame on Cullen Road in coastal Runcorn (Britain):

2019-10-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Willow Street in coastal Mystic (Connecticut):

2019-10-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on street in Mahanoy City (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Rimrock Road in Madison (Wisconsin):

2019-10-18 - Car bursts into flame on I-470 in Topeka (Kansas):

2019-10-18 - Car bursts into flame at 4:08 AM on The Boulevard in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2019-10-18 - Car bursts into flame on the M60 near Worsley (Britain):

2019-10-18 - Car bursts into flame on the A38 near Burton (Britain):

2019-10-18 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Old Bideford Road in Roundswell (Britain):

2019-10-18 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Davenport Drive in coastal Cleethorpes (Britain):

Quote: "Davenport Drive, Humberston Road, Cleethorpes. Fri 18 Oct 2019 18:29 (No:23265) Motorbike on fire. 1 hose reel in use."

2019-10-18 - Barn destroyed by fire at 5:08 AM in Dowagiac (Michigan):

2019-10-18 - Barn destroyed by fire near Wingham (Canada):

2019-10-18 - Storage facility heavily damaged by fire in Ocala (Florida):

2019-10-18 - Garage goes up in flames at home on East Johns Avenue in Decatur (Illinois):

2019-10-18 - Home damaged by fire at 12:23 AM in Champaign (Illinois), nobody there:

2019-10-18 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the Little Italy area in Omaha (Nebraska), 1 injured, dog killed:

2019-10-18 - Home heavily damaged by fire before 1 AM on Pearson Drive in Asheville (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2019-10-18 - Home destroyed by fire in the wee hours on West Madison Avenue in New Castle (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2019-10-18 - Home destroyed by fire at 12:45 AM on Maple Street in Stanton (Kentucky):

2019-10-18 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 1:30 AM in Cleveland (Ohio):

2019-10-18 - Condo complex heavily damaged by fire at 1 AM near Coastal Highway in coastal Rehoboth Beach (Delaware):

2019-10-18 - Deadly fire burns home shortly after midnight on Birchcrest Drive in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2019-10-18 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM just off Atomic Road in North Augusta (South Carolina):

2019-10-18 - Fin whale found dead in the River Thames near coastal Gravesend (Britain):

2019-10-18 - Two children, 13 and 14, die in the water at Eastern Beach in coastal East London (South Africa):

2019-10-18 - Four children die in pond and three children die in river, in Muzaffarpur (India):

2019-10-18 - Six people die in submerged SUV in canal in Hyderabad (India):

2019-10-18 - Man in his 40s found dead in the water at beach in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

2019-10-18 - Woman in her 30s found dead in submerged car in the Hudson River near Verplanck (New York):

2019-10-18 - Man, 69, has 'medical issue' and slumps over dead while driving tractor trailer near Perry (Missouri):

Quote: "A Stoutsville man died Friday afternoon after suffering a medical issue behind the wheel of a 2009 Kenworth semitrailer."

2019-10-18 - Woman, 67, found dead in submerged SUV in Piasa Creek near Elsah (Illinois):

2019-10-18 - Man found dead in canal in Wichita (Kansas):

2019-10-18 - Person drops dead near Niles Avenue and La Salle Avenue in South Bend (Indiana), 300 feet from the St. Joseph River:

2019-10-18 - Person found dead in creek in Warminster (Pennsylvania):

2019-10-18 - Person found dead in the water near Border Street in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2019-10-18 - Man, 37, has 'medical incident' and dies at jail in Superior (Wisconsin):

2019-10-18 - Woman found dead at Central Park in Burnaby (Canada):

2019-10-18 - Woman, 55, dies while diving off the island of Bonaire:

Quote: "A respected doctor died after being found unconscious 25 metres below the surface of the water while scuba diving in the Caribbean. Dr Fiona Sharp, from Western Australia, was on a week long diving tour off the island of Bonaire when she embarked on a final group dive on October 17. The 55-year-old was returning from a solo dive to 90 metres before she was found unresponsive on the reef at 25 metres."

2019-10-18 - Woman found dead on the shore of Lake Rotorua (New Zealand):

2019-10-18 - Woman, 66, loses consciousness, car crashes through strip mall, in Schererville (Indiana):

Quote: "A woman passed out while driving, causing her to drive completely through a vacant strip mall store before crashing into a Dress Barn wall. That's when a hairdresser and a retired firefighter ran to the smoking wreckage."

2019-10-18 - Cargo plane crashes into the ocean near the Bahamas, engine failure:

2019-10-18 - Small plane crashes off Valley Road just outside Tamaqua (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2019-10-18 - Passenger bus crashes at midnight near Ulan Bator (Mongolia), 7 killed, 30 injured:

2019-10-18 - Tanker truck crashes before 4 AM, fire erupts, in Onitsha (Nigeria):

2019-10-18 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4:55 AM in Rock Hill (New York):

2019-10-18 - Car veers off road, crashes into townhome, in Land O' Lakes (Florida):

2019-10-18 - Car veers off road, crashes into woods, bursts into flame, in Carrollton (Georgia), 2 killed:

2019-10-18 - Dam collapses and floods gold mining camp in Siberia near Krasnoyarsk (Russia), 15 killed:

2019-10-18 - Volcano Popocatepetl erupts again near Mexico City (Mexico):

2019-10-18 - Major earthquakes this past summer caused movement to begin on the Garlock Fault (California):

Quote: "The earthquakes that hammered the Southern California desert near the town of Ridgecrest last summer involved ruptures on a web of interconnected faults and increased strain on a major nearby fault that has begun to slowly move, according to a new study. Ruptures in the Ridgecrest earthquake sequence ended a few miles from the Garlock Fault, which runs east-west for 185 miles from the San Andreas Fault to Death Valley. The Garlock Fault has been relatively quiet for 500 years. It now has begun a process called fault creep and has slipped 0.8 inch since July, the research found."

2019-10-18 - Heavy rain and flooding hit northeastern Ghana, 1000 homes destroyed, 28+ people killed:

2019-10-18 - Tropical Storm Nestor heads toward Florida:

2019-10-18 - November to feature rare astronomical event that won't occur again until 2032:

2019-10-18 - Despite their promises, giant energy companies burn away vast amounts of natural gas:

2019-10-18 - Long-awaited Colorado health study finds significant health risks from fracking:


  1. Well here we go again with another week of You Bet Your Life!
    Your banner is so indicative of the problems listed in the body of your post - plane problems, medical issues, toxic water, natural calamities, flammable gases in the air igniting vehicles - it's all there! Your Skully and Molder cartoon says it pithily with a play on words.

    Tropical Storm Nestor leaves path of destruction in Florida

    Tropical Storm Nestor spawned a string of tornadoes that damaged homes, uprooted trees and overturned vehicles as it moved inland over the Florida Panhandle from the Gulf of Mexico, late on Friday and early on Saturday, officials said.

    A tornado touched down near Seminole, Fla., about 15 miles west of St. Petersburg, around 9:20 p.m. on Friday, the National Weather Service said. A mobile home park was damaged and no injuries were reported, it said.

    Another tornado, with winds up to 120 m.p.h., touched down in Hillsborough County, which includes Tampa, around 11:30 p.m. on Friday and crossed into neighboring Polk County, where it damaged at least 50 homes and businesses, the Weather Service said.

    The tornado overturned an 18-wheel vehicle onto a sport utility vehicle. The occupants of both vehicles escaped injury, The Tampa Bay Times reported. It also caused severe damage to a middle school, prompting administrators to cancel classes for Monday and Tuesday.

    A third tornado, with winds of nearly 100 m.p.h., struck Lee County in western Florida, on Saturday morning, damaging at least a dozen homes. The Cape Coral Fire Department said on Facebook that there were no reported injuries. [more]

    [Harry Potter type wizardry comes to life]
    Hyperstealth patent pending Quantum Stealth (Invisibility Cloak) 9 minute Promotional Video [check it out]

    They Are Telling Us That The Next Recession “Won’t Be As Bad As 2008”. They Are Wrong.

    Are we really supposed to believe them? As the next recession rapidly approaches, the mainstream media is assuring us that there isn’t really that much to be concerned about. In fact, as you will see below, CNN is assuring us that “the next one won’t be as bad as 2008”. But how do they know? After all, we didn’t have a president that was in danger of being impeached in 2008. As this impeachment process moves forward, the mood of this nation is going to become increasingly sour. Over in Europe, they are dealing with endless Brexit drama, and over in China the Hong Kong protests have created instability unlike anything we have seen in the modern history of that country. Meanwhile, the Middle East has become an endless source of “wars and rumors of wars”. At some point missiles will start flying back and forth and a major war will erupt over there, and that will immediately throw the entire global economy into chaos. On top of everything else, our planet is shaking like a leaf, global weather patterns are becoming increasingly unstable and crops are failing all over the world. The truth is that the environment that the global economy operates within is far more unstable today than it was back in 2008, and it wouldn’t take much at all to push us into a complete and utter economic nightmare. [more]

    [more below]

  2. Northern reindeer that roamed Taymyr peninsula are at the brink of extinction – “The losses are catastrophic”

    [that's right kids, Santa can no longer deliver Christmas]

    More than 40,000 wild reindeer perished since the last count in 2017, said scientists who returned from a major expedition to the Taymyr Peninsula.

    The Yenisei group of reindeer has disappeared entirely while the westernmost group living along the Tareya River has dramatically shrunk in size from 44,300 animals in 2017 to only several thousands now. [more]

    [so much for GSM/mini-Ice Age]
    Facing unbearable heat, Qatar has begun to air-condition the outdoors – “The Persian Gulf is a prophecy of what’s to come”

    It was 116 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade outside the new Al Janoub soccer stadium, and the air felt to air-conditioning expert Saud Ghani as if God had pointed “a giant hair dryer” at Qatar.

    Yet inside the open-air stadium, a cool breeze was blowing. Beneath each of the 40,000 seats, small grates adorned with Arabic-style patterns were pushing out cool air at ankle level. And since cool air sinks, waves of it rolled gently down to the grassy playing field. Vents the size of soccer balls fed more cold air onto the field.

    Ghani, an engineering professor at Qatar University, designed the system at Al Janoub, one of eight stadiums that the tiny but fabulously rich Qatar must get in shape for the 2022 World Cup. His breakthrough realization was that he had to cool only people, not the upper reaches of the stadium — a graceful structure designed by the famed Zaha Hadid Architects and inspired by traditional boats known as dhows. [more]

    [more evidence here that SOTT's climate narrative is false]
    Falling up: A look back at the 2019 Arctic summer – New record daily lows for sea ice extent in July and early August

    Arctic sea ice extent for September averaged 4.32 million square kilometers (1.67 million square miles), the third lowest in the 41-year continuous satellite record, behind 2012 and 2007. This is 750,000 square kilometers (290,000 square miles) above the record low set in September 2012, and 2.09 million square kilometers (807,000 square miles) below the 1981 to 2010 average. [more]

    Poppies, dandelions, and daisies bloom in never-before-seen Arctic oases

    Boeing troubles compound over 'misleading' messages to FAA about 737 MAX problems

    Text messages between two Boeing employees implying they "lied to the regulators" about problems with the safety software of 737 MAX passenger jets have been reportedly given to investigators, as the planes remain out of service. The exchanges from 2016 between MAX chief technical pilot Mark Forkner and another unnamed pilot at Boeing are now with the Federal Aviation Administration, according to documents seen by Reuters. [more]

    [continued below]

  3. Etna volcano erupts again, magnitude 3.3 earthquake also reported

    [earthquakes at volcanoes, what could go wrong?]

    A new eruption of the Etna volcano, accompanied by increased seismic activity, has been detected by specialists of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology of Italy.[more]

    Hero girl, 12, safely parks car when mother has seizure behind the wheel

    Trump to nominate Dan Brouillette as Energy Secretary

    Brouillette, who led policy teams at financial services company USAA and Ford Motor Co., also served on the Louisiana State Mineral and Energy Board and worked as chief of staff for then-Energy and Commerce Chairman Billy Tauzin (R-La.) after a stint at the Energy Department. [more]

    70,000 California wildfire victims may miss out on payments [very suspicious article pic]

    As many as 100,000 Californians are eligible to receive payments for the damages they suffered from a series of devastating wildfires over the last several years. But tens of thousands of them have not sought compensation.

    They face a Monday deadline to file claims against Pacific Gas & Electric, the utility blamed for many of the fires and required to cover a wide range of wildfire-related losses as part of its bankruptcy plan.

    Concerned that as many as 70,000 victims may miss out on payments, attorneys filed court papers Friday to alert the bankruptcy judge that wildfire survivors — many still traumatized and struggling to get back on their feet — aren't aware of their rights to file a claim. [more]
    [nobody communicates this critical information or the info fails to reach victims spread out all over the place]

    The fight against Nigeria’s northeast terrorism is also a battle against climate change

    Your Christmas Tree Could Be Crawling With Bugs, And There's Six Different Types To Look Out For

    Police Are Warning Parents To Check Kids' Halloween Candy Over Fears They Could Be Laced With THC

    Police in Pennsylvania issued a Facebook post warning parents to check their children's Halloween candy this year, as some THC edibles have been made to look like some popular Halloween candies. [more]

    Gray Gaulding details his health scare that forced a plane’s emergency landing

    Gray Gaulding’s throat started to swell. Then came the chest pains. And his body began to go numb.

    The Xfinity Series driver for SS Green Light Racing was on a Stewart-Haas Racing plane Friday morning to Kansas City when he began to have health issues, leading to the plane making an emergency landing in St. Louis and medics rushing on the plane to help Gaulding.

    He said everything was fine when he boarded the flight Friday morning. It left Concord-Padgett Regional Airport in North Carolina at 7:45 a.m. ET. [more; blamed on beef jerky]

    Smart-lock system allows Walmart delivery workers to waltz into your home [or fox trot, tango or cha-cha]

    Sunday, 20 October 2019
    Geoengineering and . climate headlines - 19 October, 2019

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, October 19, 2019, #219 (Dane Wigington) [54.75 min. video]

  4. Indian PM Modi warns Pakistan he's serious about using 100% of Indian river water

    War whore Pompeo soothes hysterical Israel: 'Iranian threat' gives 'fundamental right, even obligation' to bomb whomever it wants

    Here's where Washington's focus will shift to after Syria

    US Army to test 'mystery materials' owned by Blink-182 frontman's UFO group at government facilities - report

    The group has claimed to be in possession of a range of mysterious metal alloys that are said to be beyond current engineering technology. Now documents, relating to the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA), released by the War Zone website, reportedly show that the army wants to attempt to verify TTSA's claims. [more]

  5. [from Oh, Sure!]
    Tourist deaths in Dominican Republic were due to natural causes: FBI

    Their deaths were among the first of at least 11 Americans to die in the country in recent months, setting off a flurry of panic as to whether it was safe to visit the Dominican Republic.

    [I don't think married couples on vacation die all that often, but to have all 3, or all 11?! - no, this would be a statistical anomaly - barely even possoble - they're hiding behind plausible deniability, at a huge stretch]

  6. House Collapse, Rooftop Fires Rattle Allentown Neighborhood
    House Collapse, Rooftop Fires Rattle Allentown Neighborhood

    A house collapse and subsequent fires to surrounding homes shook an Allentown neighborhood early Sunday morning. [caption under short news spot says there was an explosion]

    The flames damaged about 10 homes, but no injuries or deaths were immediately reported, Agosto said, adding that the collapsed home appeared to be vacant.

  7. Thick Smoke, Flames Shoot From West Philly Auto Body Shop Fire
    Thick Smoke, Flames Shoot From Philly Auto Body Shop Fire