Monday, November 4, 2019

Event Update For 2019-11-03

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

2019-11-03 - Chemical plant damaged by explosion in Plaquemine (Louisiana), near the Mississippi River:

Quote: "Residents told WAFB-TV that the blast shook homes as far as East Baton Rouge Parish. Others wrote on the affiliate station’s Facebook page that the explosion was felt as far as 30 miles away in the cities Gonzales, Zachary and Central."

2019-11-03 - Recycling center erupts in flame in Miramar (California):

2019-11-03 - Wildfire breaks out and grows to 500 acres in Tehama County (California):

2019-11-03 - Brush fire breaks out and burns 300+ acres near Burrton (Kansas):

2019-11-03 - Around 80 homes destroyed by fire in coastal Cebu (Philippine Islands):

2019-11-03 - Seals and birds starving to death in the Bering Sea:

2019-11-03 - Heavy rain and flooding wreak havoc in Somalia, Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia:

2019-11-03 - Hundreds of earthquakes rattle the US as the level of seismic activity in North America continues to rise:

2019-11-03 - Cancer cases in India spike by over 300% in 1 year, new govt data shows:

2019-11-03 - Man goes for hike, has 'medical emergency' and collapses, at Mission Trails Regional Park in coastal San Diego (California):

Quote: "A man suffered a medical emergency while hiking Sunday afternoon in Mission Trails Regional Park and was air-lifted from the remote area by a team of first responders. According to a report by OnSceneTV, the man was among a group of five hikers on a trail near Cowles Mountain when he collapsed without warning just after 2 p.m. Sunday."

2019-11-03 - Fishing trawler 'Mirnyy' bursts into flame in coastal Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy (Russia):

Quote: "On Nov 2, 2019, at 10 a.m. a fire broke out abaord the 'Mirnyy' below deck, at the port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy."

2019-11-03 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Conroe (Texas):

2019-11-03 - Boat, RV, car and shed destroyed by fire at home in coastal Hernando County (Florida):

Quote: "Large Shed Fire Destroys RV, Boat, Vehicle and Other Families Items at Families Property."

Note: These are the 907th, 908th and 909th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019, and this is the 399th RV to burn in 2019...

2019-11-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-57 in Effingham (Illinois):

2019-11-03 - Tractor bursts into flame on 110th Street near Westgate (Iowa):

2019-11-03 - Tractor bursts into flame on Howard Road near Harrison (Pennsylvania):

Note: These are the 1934th, 1935th and 1936th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-11-03 - Van bursts into flame on Westinghouse Circle in Horseheads (New York):

2019-11-03 - Van bursts into flame at 2:52 AM on Grantham Avenue in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Grantham Avenue, Wawne Road, Hull. Sun 3 Nov 2019 02:52 (No:24399) Van fire. One BA and two hose reels in use."

2019-11-03 - SUV bursts into flame on George Washington Highway in coastal Chesapeake (Virginia):

2019-11-03 - SUV bursts into flame on I-55 near Fruitland (Missouri):

2019-11-03 - SUV bursts into flame at South Memorial Drive and Dickinson Avenue in Greenville (North Carolina):

2019-11-03 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Main Street in Plympton (Massachusetts):

2019-11-03 - Car bursts into flame on the Pacific Motorway in Warnervale (Australia):

2019-11-03 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the A17 in Swineshead (Britain):

2019-11-03 - Two semi trailers destroyed by fire at 5:49 AM while parked in Charlotte Hall (Maryland):

2019-11-03 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at home in Wadena (Canada):

2019-11-03 - Car and garage destroyed by fire at home in Spokane (Washington):

Quote: "Fire crews eventually put out the flames, with no further damage to the house, though the garage was a total loss, as well as a car parked next to it."

2019-11-03 - Barn destroyed by fire at 5:47 AM on West Street in Amherst (Massachusetts), 3 horses killed:

2019-11-03 - Barn destroyed by fire in Ephrata (Washington), 2000 chickens killed:

2019-11-03 - Barn destroyed by fire shortly after 6 AM on Union Ridge Road in Lesage (West Virginia):

2019-11-03 - Bales of polyester fiber go up in flames at business in Spartanburg County (South Carolina):

2019-11-03 - Restaurant destroyed by fire, other businesses damaged, at San Marco Square in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-11-03 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on 34th Street NE in Cedar Rapids (Iowa):

2019-11-03 - Home damaged by fire on Wilde Lake Drive in Henrico County (Virginia), 3 pets killed:

2019-11-03 - Home damaged by fire at 4:30 AM on Smith Road in Hempfield Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-11-03 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on South Main Street in Ashley (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2019-11-03 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Chinchilla Drive in Claymont (Delaware):

2019-11-03 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Treasure Trail Circle in Security-Widefield (Colorado), 1 injured:

2019-11-03 - Home heavily damaged by fire on May Street in Lawrence (Massachusetts):

2019-11-03 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Elk Street in Duluth (Minnesota):

2019-11-03 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire just before 2 AM on Autumn Ridge Court in Memphis (Tennessee):

2019-11-03 - Deadly fire burns mobile home on Sun Valley Drive in Tuscaloosa (Alabama), 1 killed:

2019-11-03 - Deadly fire burns mobile home at 3 AM on Catalpa Avenue in Royal City (Washington), 1 killed:

2019-11-03 - Deadly fire burns home at 6:52 AM on Monica Drive in Centerton (Arkansas), 1 killed:

2019-11-03 - Deadly fire burns townhome complex in Lynnwood (Washington), near the coast, 2 killed, 1 injured:

2019-11-03 - Vacant warehouse destroyed by massive blaze in Kensington area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2019-11-03 - Two men in their 20s or 30s found dead in tent in/near Lancaster (California):

Quote: "When they arrived, they located the two men, who were deceased. Both men were in their 20s or 30s. Their identities have yet to be determined, as do their causes of death. 'Detectives found no signs of trauma, or obvious signs of foul play,' deputies said in a statement."

2019-11-03 - Man and boy, 19 and 10, die in the water at beach in coastal Mumbai (India):

2019-11-03 - Man found dead in Kincaid Lake in Rapides Parish (Louisiana), empty 'ghost boat' found first:

Quote: "RPSO, LDWF and the Rapides Parish Fire Department recovered a male's body from the lake early in the afternoon. LDWF said another boater found an unoccupied boat floating in Kincaid Lake Sunday morning and reported it to RPSO. They learned the man went fishing Saturday and never returned home."

2019-11-03 - Person found dead in the water in Oxon Cove Park in Oxon Hill (Maryland):

2019-11-03 - Man, 51, found dead in the Lac qui Parle River near Dawson (Minnesota):

2019-11-03 - Man, 51, found dead in creek near his home in Owen County (Kentucky):

2019-11-03 - Man, 59, found dead along Highway 231 in northern Wilson County (Tennessee):

2019-11-03 - Woman, 28, found dead at home in Winooski (Vermont):

2019-11-03 - Man, 62, found dead in the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2019-11-03 - Person found dead in Hurricane Creek area in Tuscaloosa (Alabama):

2019-11-03 - Man, 57, found dead in jail cell in Shelby County (Tennessee):

2019-11-03 - Man found dead in the Riuwaka River in coastal Nelson (New Zealand):

2019-11-03 - Woman found dead in water along street in Wolverhampton (Britain):

2019-11-03 - Man found dead at Yarrow Valley Country Park (Britain):

2019-11-03 - Driver has 'medical episode', car crashes into SUV, hits bank and overturns, in coastal Milford (Connecticut), 4 injured:

Quote: "Police say one driver had a medical episode, crashed into the other car, then hit the CitizensBank and flipped over."

2019-11-03 - Driver has 'medical issue', car crashes into another car, in Mazomanie (Wisconsin), 2 injured:

Quote: "Officials say a person driving one of the cars involved in the crash had a medical issue, which resulted in them driving through a stop sign and hitting another car."

2019-11-03 - Twin-engine plane crashes onto street and hits delivery truck in Doral (Florida):

Quote: "The location provided in the statement indicates the crash happened near an industrial park and several small lakes."

2019-11-03 - Small plane makes emergency landing on golf course in Glenview (Illinois), engine failure:

2019-11-03 - Double-decker bus crashes into bridge on Coombe Road in Kingston (Britain):

2019-11-03 - Passenger bus plunges into the Sunkoshi River (Nepal), 17 killed, 50 injured:

2019-11-03 - Passenger bus veers off road and overturns in Somme (France), 29 injured:

2019-11-03 - Tanker truck overturns on street in Kansas City (Kansas):

2019-11-03 - Minivan overturns on Highway 79 in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park (California), 2 injured:

2019-11-03 - Minivan veers off road, crashes into pole, bursts into flame, in Avondale (Ohio), 1+ injured:

2019-11-03 - Pickup truck crashes into guardrail on Route 130 in Amherst County (Virginia), 1 killed:

Quote: "Virginia State Police say a medical emergency may explain a single-vehicle fatal crash in Amherst County Sunday."

2019-11-03 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in coastal Miami (Florida), 1 injured:

2019-11-03 - Car veers off road at 1:15 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on North Prairie Creek Road in Dallas (Texas), 1 killed:

2019-11-03 - Church under construction collapses in Bailey (Colorado):

2019-11-03 - Three-story building collapses in Rawalpindi (Pakistan), 5 injured:

2019-11-03 - Powerful storm causes damage in southwest France:

Quote: "Storm winds blasted southwest France Sunday, whipping up giant ocean waves, uprooting trees and leaving some 140,000 people without electricity, authorities said. Fourteen of the country's 100-odd departments were placed on high alert as storm Amelie brought heavy rains to the Atlantic coast, with winds exceeding 160 kilometres (100 miles) per hour in places."

2019-11-03 - Heavy rain and flooding hit 5 provinces in Iran, 2+ killed:

2019-11-03 - Freaky purple sky phenomena spotted over Trinidad:

2019-11-03 - Asteroid the size of bus zips by the Earth closer than the Moon just hours after NASA spots it:


  1. Good day Jonny, Fran, Mike D., Tom N., Terry, LL, FezzedOne and Panther, among many other readers of JJFH.

    i missed posting the usual selected Rice Farmer Monday headlines, but they're all at his site, if interested.

    Gettin' close to a pivotal event that may end up being the cause of the collapse of civilization, beginning with a large bank failure in Europe (specifically Germany's Deutsche Bank).

    The Deutsche Bank Death Watch Has Taken A Very Interesting Turn

    The biggest bank in Europe is in the process of imploding, and there are persistent rumors that the final collapse could happen sooner rather than later. Those that follow my work on a regular basis already know that this is a story that I have been following for years. Deutsche Bank is rapidly bleeding cash, they have been laying off thousands of workers, and the vultures have been circling as company executives desperately try to implement a turnaround plan. Unfortunately for Deutsche Bank, it may already be too late. And if Deutsche Bank goes down, it will be even more catastrophic for the global financial system than the collapse of Lehman Brothers was in 2008. Germany is the glue that is holding the EU together, and so if the bank that is right at the heart of Germany’s financial system collapses, the dominoes will likely start falling very rapidly. [more]

    Tuesday, 5 November 2019
    Deutsche Bank has ALLEGEDLY filed Bankruptcy.

    [begins with 17 min. video]

    There are RUMORS coming out of Germany this afternoon that Deutsche Bank has ALLEGEDLY filed Bankruptcy.

    As yet, this is NOT CONFIRMED.

    If this did, in fact, take place, prepare for economic upheaval the likes of which this world has never seen. [more]

    [from Hopium Central]
    BLACK BEAR NEWS: Halting Climate Change For $300 Billion? - New Battery Tech [~ 13.5 min.]

    Two major quakes strike the Southern Hemisphere, a magnitude 6.6 -Tonga and a mag 6.1- Chile bringing the year total to 118

    Last night two major quakes struck the Southern Hemisphere, a magnitude 6.6 - 136km W of Neiafu, Tonga and a mag 6.1 - 28km SW of Illapel, Chile took Novembers total of major quakes to three after the magnitude 6.1 -rocked South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands on Sunday. It brings the total to 118 major quakes so far in 2019. [more]

    [continued below]

  2. The Ranch Fire burns hundreds of acres southwest of Red Bluff, Calif.

    CAL FIRE reported Monday at 6:25 p.m. that the Ranch Fire 21 miles southwest of Red Bluff, California has burned 1,308 acres. Early Monday morning it was 550 acres. [more]

    Wrapping up the 77,000-acre Kincade Fire

    The fire has burned 77,758 acres north of Santa Rosa, California [more]

    Potential for wildfires in California predicted to be high in November

    It will remain high in southern California through December

    'Americans have no rights of any kind against police': Colorado homeowner tells RT after being denied payout for house destroyed by cops

    His ordeal shows that "citizens have no rights against any kind of police actions. They can blow up your house, throw you out into the street," said Lech, who plans to keep fighting for his compensation potentially all the way to the US Supreme Court. "We need laws on the books to keep this kind of stuff from happening." [more; this happened in 2015]

    Woman killed by her own dogs in Clearcreek Township, Ohio

    a woman was found dead in her home after she was attacked by her own dogs. [more]

    Severe drought plaguing east China affecting over 1 million people

    The drought has affected over 1 million residents and damaged 400,000 hectares of crops, inflicting a direct economic loss of 1.6 billion yuan (227 million U.S. dollars), it said.[more]

    Tuesday, 5 November 2019
    An apocalyptic vision

    David Wilkerson Economic Collapse then A Russian Invasion

    David Wilkerson (Times Square Church, Cross and the Switchblade) was given a vision of the fall of the US - one point being the financial collapse.

    He said, "It begins with a German bank and spreads around the world. Within 2 weeks the US will default."

    David Wilkerson Prophecy 1973

    "Worldwide recession caused by economic confusion"
    "At most a few more fat flourishing years, and then an economic recession that's going to affect the life style of every wage-earner in the world. The world economists are going to be at loss to explain what's happening. It's going to start in Europe, spread to Japan and finally to the United States."

    The hailstones THAT DO NOT MELT


    [opens with ~ 10.5 min. seemorerocks video, followed by headlines with links and ends with entire ~ 54.75 min. Dane Wigington video]

  3. Climate change

    Climate crisis: 11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’

    Statement sets out ‘vital signs’ as indicators of magnitude of the climate emergency

    Most countries’ climate plans ‘totally inadequate’ – experts [more]

  4. [today's Holy SHIT! moment]
    Transit worker saves fallen passenger in breathtaking rescue at the very last second

    The global state's war on those who speak the truth

    All of us are in danger.

    The Deep State has embarked on a ruthless, take-no-prisoners, all-out assault on truth-tellers.

    [contains this]

    The Grayzone editor Max Blumenthal speaks out on his arrest months after reporting on Venezuelan opposition violence at the DC embassy. Blumenthal was seized from his home by a group of officers and held for two days in cells and cages. His arrest warrant labels him as "armed and dangerous." Blumenthal says the charges are false and a retaliation against The Grayzone's journalism on the US-backed coup in Venezuela and corrupt members of the right-wing Venezuelan opposition carrying it out. [21.75 min. video]

    There's something strange going on inside Neptune

    When Voyager 2 reached Neptune in 1989, just 12 years after setting off on its historic journey through the solar system, it discovered six new moons, took the first images of the planet's rings and noted a particularly violent storm.

    The storm was something of a surprise. In the southern hemisphere there was a swirling, counter-clockwise wind of up to 1,500 mph (2,414 km/h) — the strongest ever recorded. Astronomers called it the Great Dark Spot, and while it had gone by the time the Hubble Space Telescope looked at the planet five years later, they were keen to learn why the winds were so extreme.

    They were also perplexed by another issue: Voyager 2 revealed that Neptune is warmer than Uranus, despite being farther from the sun. As physicist Brian Cox discussed in his BBC documentary, The Planets: "The source of this extra heat remains a mystery." But does that mean we have a double-puzzle on our hands, and can one mystery help to explain the other in some way? [more]

    Ancient 70-mile-long wall found in Western Iran

    Archaeologists have identified the remains of a stone wall in Iran about the length of the famous Hadrian's Wall that was built across England by the Romans.

    The wall, which extends about 71 miles (115 kilometers), was found in Sar Pol-e Zahab County in western Iran.

    "With an estimated volume of approximately one million cubic meters [35,314,667 cubic feet] of stone, it would have required significant resources in terms of workforce, materials and time," wrote Sajjad Alibaigi, a doctoral student in the department of archaeology at the University of Tehran, in an article published online in the journal Antiquity. The structure runs north-south from the Bamu Mountains in the north to an area near Zhaw Marg village in the south, Alibaigi wrote.

    Pottery found along the wall suggests that it was built sometime between the fourth century B.C. and sixth century A.D., Alibaigi wrote. "Remnants of structures, now destroyed, are visible in places along the wall. These may have been associated turrets [small towers] or buildings," wrote Alibaigi, noting that the wall itself is made from "natural local materials, such as cobbles and boulders, with gypsum mortar surviving in places." [more]

    [more below]

  5. Voyager 2 reaches interstellar space: Scientists detect plasma density jump

    Researchers at the University of Iowa report that the spacecraft Voyager 2 has entered the interstellar medium (ISM), the region of space outside the bubble-shaped boundary produced by wind streaming outward from the sun. Voyager 2, thus, becomes the second human-made object to journey out of our sun's influence, following Voyager 1's solar exit in 2012.

    In a new study, the researchers confirm Voyager 2's passage on Nov. 5, 2018, into the ISM by noting a definitive jump in plasma density detected by an Iowa-led plasma wave instrument on the spacecraft. The marked increase in plasma density is evidence of Voyager 2 journeying from the hot, lower-density plasma characteristic of the solar wind to the cool, higher-density plasma of interstellar space. It's also similar to the plasma density jump experienced by Voyager 1 when it crossed into interstellar space.

    "We show with Voyager 2 — and previously with Voyager 1 — that there's a distinct boundary out there. It's just astonishing how fluids, including plasmas, form boundaries." [more]

    [and from our Health desk]
    Counterfeit prescription pills made of fentanyl are killing Americans

    The Drug Enforcement Administration issued a warning on Monday about counterfeit prescription pills, saying the pills are "killing Americans."

    "Mexican drug cartels are manufacturing mass quantities of counterfeit prescription pills containing fentanyl," according to a press release from the DEA.

    Twenty-seven percent of counterfeit [Oxy] pills seized by the DEA contain "potentially lethal doses of fentanyl," according to the government agency.

    Head said there is typically 30 milligrams of oxycodone in a pill. But the fake pills have no oxycodone in them, only high amounts of fentanyl.

    "Fentanyl is about 50 times more potent than heroin," said Head. "Two milligrams of fentanyl is what's considered a lethal dose for about 95% of the population. [more]

    [last part follows]

  6. [closer look at that pink anomaly from MrMBB333]
    Strange Pink "Anomaly" was ALSO found on SATELLITE above Earth! [~ 15 min.]

    Last month hottest October on record: EU climate service

    Last month was the hottest October ever recorded worldwide, according to data released by the European Union's satellite monitoring service on Tuesday.

    Globally, temperatures were 0.69 degrees Celsius (1.25 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than the average October from 1981 to 2010, and 0.01 C warmer than the previous record holder, October 2015.

    This is equivalent to 1.2 Celsius above the pre-industrial average, the Copernicus Climate Change Service said in a statement.

    September was also a record-breaking month, and July was the hottest since temperature records began. [more]

    Air Pollution Turned India's Capital Into a 'Gas Chamber.' It's Part of a Global Trend Killing 7 Million Prematurely Each Year

    Scientists predict El Nino in 2020 based on earlier warning method

    The complex El Nino weather pattern that can bring disastrous heavy rainfall and long droughts to countries around the Pacific - from Peru to Indonesia and Australia - will probably emerge again in 2020, researchers have predicted.

    An international team of scientists forecast an 80% chance next year of an El Nino, which occurs when sea-surface temperatures rise substantially above normal in the east-central Equatorial Pacific.

    This week they said their model - which uses an algorithm that draws on analysis of links between changing air temperatures at a network of grid points across the Pacific region - could predict an El Nino at least a year ahead. [more]

    A Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Ground Beef Has Left 1 Dead And 8 Hospitalized

    The Center of Disease Control and Protection has announced that there is an investigation surrounding a Salmonella outbreak linked to ground beef that has affected up to 10 people across six different states. Eight individuals have been hospitalized, and there has been one reported death in the state of California.

    The outbreak is from the Salmonella Dublin strain, and the illnesses in this outbreak seem to be more severe than what is typical of the bacteria. According to the report, the hospitalization rate is usually about 20 percent.

    Cases have been reported in California, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. There has not yet been a common supplier of the infected ground beef identified because individuals that became sick had eaten ground beef from different brands and locations. The Salmonella Dublin strain has been determined as the cause of the outbreak by lab tests done on a ground beef package found in the California patient's home. [more]