Saturday, November 30, 2019

Event Update For 2019-11-30

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

2019-11-30 - Warming toll, 1 degree hotter, trillions of tons of ice gone:

2019-11-30 - Steel plant hit by huge fire at 12:30 AM along the Mississippi River, vehicle scrapyard burns, in St. Paul (Minnesota):

Quote: "The fire erupted in a vehicle scrapyard operated by Gerdau Steel, along Red Rock Road near Interstate 494 and the Wakota Bridge."

Quote: "Flames from the fire were reported to be up to 70 feet high and could be seen for miles."

Quote: "Red Rock Road is in an industrial area on the Mississippi River on the city’s extreme southeast corner."

2019-11-30 - Refinery damaged by fire in Great Falls (Montana):

2019-11-30 - Transformer explodes and burns on pole in Marchfield on the island of Barbados:

2019-11-30 - Four garbage trucks destroyed by fire in the wee hours while parked at facility in San Marcos (California), near the coast:

Quote: "Four garbage trucks were destroyed by the early morning fire in San Marcos. An early morning blaze in San Marcos destroyed four garbage trucks and sent flames 50 feet into the air."

2019-11-30 - Five cars destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM while parked at Mercedes dealership in Miami Gardens (Florida), near the coast:

Quote: "Police are investigating an early morning fire inside a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Miami Gardens that left several high prices cars charred beyond recognition."

2019-11-30 - More than 145 wildfires burn across New South Wales (Australia):

2019-11-30 - At the Madrid climate talks, carbon offsets — and the future of the planet — are on the table:

Note: The problem is that the idea of doing anything serious remains on the table. Doesn't do much good there!

2019-11-30 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire on Le Fever Road in Warren (Michigan), nobody there:

Note: This is the 176th residential explosion in 2019...

2019-11-30 - Boat bursts into flame at Long Beach Marina in coastal Middle River (Maryland), 1 injured:

2019-11-30 - Boat bursts into flame at Wind Creek Marina on Lake Martin (Alabama):

2019-11-30 - Houseboat, two boats and apartments go up in flames at 3:30 AM at West End Marina in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), nobody there:

Quote: "New Orleans fire officials say a two-story house boat caught fire early Saturday morning, destroying the vessel and damaging nearby buildings and boats in West End Marina NOFD units rushed to the scene around 3:30 a.m. as flames from the boat lit up the sky and reflected across the water. The boat which was docked at 31 South Roadway Street in the marina. No one was inside the boat when firefighters arrived and no injuries were reported, but the flames engulfed the floating home and smoke damaged two nearby apartments, as well as two other boats."

Note: These are the 960th, 961st, 962nd, 963rd and 964th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-11-30 - Train engine bursts into flame near Springhill Drive in Albany (Oregon):

2019-11-30 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on bridge in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

2019-11-30 - Tractor (excavator), truck and home under renovation destroyed by fire in Croftby (Australia):

Quote: "A police spokesman said the house, which was being renovated was completely destroyed as well as a truck and excavator parked nearby."

Note: These are the 2054th and 2055th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-11-30 - FedEx truck bursts into flame at Walmart in Valrico (Florida):

2019-11-30 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal Titusville (Florida):

2019-11-30 - RV bursts into flame on I-75 in Gordon County (Georgia):

Quote: "GSP says they do not know the cause of the fire, except that it was not the result of a crash."

Note: These are the 425th and 426th RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-11-30 - Van bursts into flame on Belmont Avenue in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2019-11-30 - Van bursts into flame on the A98 near coastal Fraserburgh (Scotland):

2019-11-30 - Car bursts into flame at 5:10 AM on Bonds Lane in Woodbury Salterton (Britain):

2019-11-30 - Car bursts into flame on the A30 near Ottery St Mary (Britain):

2019-11-30 - Car bursts into flame on the M4 near Reading (Britain), separate crash too:

2019-11-30 - Car bursts into flame on the A421 in Wavendon (Britain):

Quote: "Saturday 30 November, 2.20pm Car fire, near Eagle Farm Roundabout, A421, Wavendon. One appliance and crew from Broughton attended. Firefighters used one hose reel and one set of breathing apparatus."

2019-11-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-70 in Kansas City (Missouri):

2019-11-30 - Several vehicles, RV trailer and storage building destroyed by fire in Grand Chute (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The building, along with its contents, are considered a total loss. A camper and several vehicles were inside."

2019-11-30 - Four barns, farm equipment and hay destroyed by fire in Saugerties (New York):

2019-11-30 - Furniture and mattress warehouse destroyed by massive fire in Fresno (California):

2019-11-30 - Carpet store heavily damaged by fire on West Innes Street in Salisbury (North Carolina):

2019-11-30 - Irrigation business heavily damaged by fire on Wallace Road in Warrendale (Pennsylvania):

2019-11-30 - Ski lodge destroyed by massive fire near Lake Placid (New York):

Quote: "First responders rushed to Whiteface Mountain near Lake Placid around 9 p.m. Saturday for a fire inside the Mid-Station lodge."

2019-11-30 - Four buildings heavily damaged by fire at 3:30 AM in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed lakeside town of Hallstatt (Austria):

Quote: "A large fire has damaged part of the idyllic Austrian lakeside town of Hallstatt."

2019-11-30 - Hardware store heavily damaged by fire in coastal Kingston on the island of Jamaica:

Quote: "In September last year, the warehouse as well as Pings Fabrics were extensively damaged in another early morning blaze."

2019-11-30 - Home damaged by fire on Darien Court in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2019-11-30 - Home damaged by fire at 7 AM on Walnut Street in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2019-11-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Village Street in coastal Branford (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2019-11-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Marie Terrace in Arlington (Texas), several dogs killed:

2019-11-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Sygan Road in South Fayette Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-11-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6:15 AM in Wichita (Kansas):

2019-11-30 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 2:23 AM on District Line Road in Sumter County (Georgia):

2019-11-30 - Home destroyed by fire at 4:45 AM near Savoy (Illinois), nobody there:

2019-11-30 - Home destroyed by fire on Sunset Road in Dorrance Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-11-30 - Home destroyed by fire in the wee hours in Saint Charles (Iowa):

2019-11-30 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2019-11-30 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours on Westland Street in Hartford (Connecticut):

2019-11-30 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 6:30 AM near the Mississippi River in East St. Louis (Illinois), 4 injured:

2019-11-30 - Deadly fire burns mobile home in Phoenix (Arizona), 1 killed:

2019-11-30 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at 2 AM in Moscow Mills (Missouri), 1 killed, 4 injured:

2019-11-30 - Deadly fire burns home on Flowerpark Drive in Santa Clarita (California), 2 killed:

2019-11-30 - Deadly fire burns home on Worthington Road in Gentry (Arkansas), 1 killed:

2019-11-30 - Deadly fire destroys home shortly before 3 AM on Old Stringer Road in Hall County (Georgia), 240 feet from Lake Lanier:

2019-11-30 - Deadly fire burns apartment building at 6:20 AM in coastal SeaTac (Washington), 1 killed:

2019-11-30 - Vacant home burns on Denver Avenue in Kansas City (Missouri):

2019-11-30 - Vacant triple-decker home burns in the wee hours in coastal Dorchester (Massachusetts):

2019-11-30 - Minke whale found dead in the River Thames in coastal London (Britain):

Quote: "A dead whale has been found in the River Thames for the third time in the past two months."

Quote: "'A whale is very unusual in the River Thames, however we have now had three in the past two months,' said Martin Garside of the Port of London Authority (PLA)."

2019-11-30 - Many fish wash up dead in coastal Punta Gorda (Florida):

Quote: "Many had to hold their noses on their way to the Gulf, as a large fish kill littered the marina with the corpses of dead fish. Boaters and residents of the Marina first reported the fish kill about a few days ago, when the tide and winds began bringing in the masses of rotting fish. Some even said it was the worst they've seen and smelled in years. FWC did confirm that red tide has been reported off the coasts of Lee and Charlotte Counties, but on Saturday they couldn't confirm whether the fish were killed by it. "

2019-11-30 - Dozens of fish wash up dead on beach on coastal Marco Island (Florida):

Quote: "Dozens of fish were seen washed up on the beach on Marco Island Sunday during the end to 2019 Thanksgiving weekend. It’s not confirmed to be a result of red tide, but it’s a question being asked."

2019-11-30 - Two boys die after being pulled from the Mahanadi River in Chhattisgarh (India):

2019-11-30 - Two boys, 14 and 16, die in lake in Vesu (India), near the coast:

2019-11-30 - Man, 61, goes hunting, has heart attack and drops dead, in Penn Forest Township (Pennsylvania):

2019-11-30 - Man, 58, slumps over dead on bench in Columbia (South Carolina):

2019-11-30 - Man, 62, drops dead in bathroom at book store in Victorville (California):

2019-11-30 - Woman found dead in church on Cane Creek Mountain Road in Rutherford County (North Carolina):

2019-11-30 - Man, 50, found dead at Clason Point in coastal Bronx (New York):

2019-11-30 - Woman, 62, found dead in the Cooper River in Collingswood (New Jersey):

2019-11-30 - Man found dead along road in Centerville (Tennessee):

2019-11-30 - Man, 34, found dead in yard in Marion County (Florida):

2019-11-30 - Inmate found dead at detention center in Nez Perce County (Idaho):

2019-11-30 - Man, 42, foams at the mouth and dies in Migori (Kenya), near Lake Victoria:

Quote: "Mr Yogo’s widow Roselyn Akinyi denied her husband could have taken his life. She said her husband had complained of persistent stomach pains on Thursday before his condition worsened."

2019-11-30 - Woman, 45, found dead on Govan Road in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2019-11-30 - Man in his 70s found dead in canal in coastal Galway (Ireland):

2019-11-30 - Driver has 'medical event', pickup crashes into pickup which hits third pickup which hits 3 men, in Paris (Texas), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police Chief Bob Hundley said the driver of a pickup truck headed northbound on Johnson Woods Drive apparently suffered a medical event around 9:20 a.m. His truck hit a parked pickup truck which, in turn, struck a third pickup. That vehicle then crashed into three men who had been doing some fence work. One of the men who was struck later died at a hospital."

Note: Pickupalooza!

2019-11-30 - Small plane crashes into cornfield near Chamberlain (South Dakota), 9 killed, 3 injured:

2019-11-30 - Small plane crashes, bursts into flame, near Quartz Creek Airport in Cooper Landing (Alaska), 3 killed:

2019-11-30 - Small plane crashes into garden at home, bursts into flame, in Ronneby (Sweden), 1 killed:

2019-11-30 - Tanker truck overturns on I-15 in Lehi (Utah):

2019-11-30 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on I-81 in Wythe County (Virginia):

2019-11-30 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into home, in Grand Island (Nebraska):

2019-11-30 - Car crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, in Canandaigua (New York), 1 injured:

2019-11-30 - Motorcycle veers off road, crashes into trees, in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida), 1 killed:

2019-11-30 - Seaside bluff collapses in coastal Del Mar (California):

2019-11-30 - Broken pipe leaks a million gallons of raw sewage into the ocean in Orange County (California):

Note: 'Thanks!' said the ancient anaerobic archaea and bacteria that eat sewage (among other things) and produce hydrogen sulfide...

2019-11-30 - Study links short-term air pollution exposure to hospitalizations for growing list of health problems:

2019-11-30 - Typhoon Kammuri to reach at least a Category 3 and could strengthen to Super Typhoon status, expected to hit the Philippines:

2019-11-30 - River watchers in the US already wary about 2020 spring flooding:

2019-11-30 - Ferocious hurricane season that saw 18 named storms comes to an end:

2019-11-30 - Trump administration plan would cut food stamps for millions of people:

2019-11-30 - Michigan and Illinois set to usher in recreational pot sales:

Note: That'll kill business on the riverfront in St. Louis. No reason to party on the St. Louis riverfront when you can drive across the river and get the same entertainment options plus weed too!


  1. Hey Jonny! Yeah, that's the same impetus that PA is feeling from all the states around it allowing recreational pot use - we don't wanna miss out on all that money, so the pressure is on to change the status here too!

    How about that? No garbage trucks burned for almost half a month, then 4 in a row at the end!

    It started snowing this morning here, so the commute in wasn't as bad as the hype, but the ride home may be challenging for many this evening.

    47 Percent Of GDP – This Is Definitely The Scariest Corporate Debt Bubble In U.S. History

    We are facing a corporate debt bomb that is far, far greater than what we faced in 2008, and we are being warned that this “unexploded bomb” will “amplify everything” once the financial system starts melting down. Thanks to exceedingly low interest rates, over the last decade U.S. corporations have been able to go on the greatest corporate debt binge in history. It has been a tremendous “boom”, but it has also set the stage for a tremendous “bust”. Large corporations all over the country are now really struggling to deal with their colossal debt burdens, and defaults on the riskiest class of corporate debt are on pace to hit their highest level since 2008. Everyone can see that a major corporate debt disaster is looming, but nobody seems to know how to stop it. [more]

    3 flood rescuers killed in helicopter crash near Marseille, France

    "An investigation will determine the exact circumstances of this tragedy," it added. [more]

    Objective:Health: #38 - The Failed Medical System

    Everywhere we look we see signs that the medical system, that's supposed to be healing and preventing disease, is diseased itself. [more incl. ~ 49 min. video]

    [more below]

  2. 20 million people a year – one person every two seconds - have to leave their homes because of extreme weather events and it's not going to get better anytime soon

    Climate fuelled disasters were the number one driver of internal displacement over the last decade, forcing more than 20 million people a year – one person every two seconds - to leave their homes, said Oxfam today. The contentious issue of financial support for communities, including displaced communities, which have suffered loss and damage as a result of the climate crisis is expected to take centre stage at the UN Climate Summit in Madrid from 2 – 13 December 2019. [more]

    [and nothing will be done about it - 'too bad for you' is the way these people think]

    A village in South Africa equals the worlds hottest recorded temperature with a sizzling 54°C, (129.2 deg F) Kuwait in 2016 and Death Valley 2013 hold the same record

    Vioolsdrif, a village in the Northern Cape, has broken a new record for the highest temperature in the country, reaching over 50 degrees Celsius. SA Weather Service forecaster Mbavhi Maliage said Vioolsdrif first broke the record in 1995 with a maximum temperature of 46.2°C. “On Thursday, it reached a new record of 50.1°C and then it broke its own record again on Friday by reaching 53.2°C, which was rounded off to 54°C, (129.2 deg F)” Maliage said. She said the area has been experiencing hot temperatures for a while. Planet Earth and Storm Report SA reported that the temperature recorded at the Viooldrif weather station is now the highest yet recorded anywhere in Africa in the modern era. [more]

    The first major quake of December belongs to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska: A magnitude 6.0 rocks the volcanic Islands recording the 132nd major quake of 2019

    A magnitude 6.0 Earthquake - the Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska is the first major quake of December 2019. According to the USGS, the quake struck early this morning.

    [nice banner pic on this one, Jonny]
    Record-breaking wildfires in Australia and California, record-breaking flooding in the UK, France and Italy, hundreds dead from flooding in Central Africa: November 2019 was a month to remember

    Australian wildfires dominated the month of November

    New Delhi, India's capital city, with a population of 26 million had been described as a gas chamber in the first week of November.

    As California's biggest, most ruinous wildfire this year, a wind-driven blaze that scorched 120 square miles (310 square kilometres) was declared fully contained and extinguished on Thursday a new horror show has erupted in New South Wales, Australia. [more]

    [more later]

  3. [all right, new week - so time for some headlines from RF]
    News Links, December 2, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    Global Auto Sales Expected To Crash More Than After The Financial Crisis

    Mauldin: We Are On The Brink Of The Second "Great Depression."
    There is one big difference between the 1930s and now: In the 1930s, the developed world was riding a rising energy curve, but now the whole world is at the mercy of net energy decline. The current crash — already begun — will be global and deadly. -- RF

    Are we in for a repeat of the 'Long Depression'?

    Is the US dollar doomed? [uh, YEAH!]

    A China Trade Deal Just Finalizes the Divorce

    War And Peace: How Violence Is Disrupting The Global Economy

    The Way Out for a World Economy Hooked On Debt? Yet More Debt

    Another Negative-Interest-Rate Central Bank Laments What Negative Interest Rates Have Wrought

    Over-Indebted European Telecom Giant Tries to Dump its Latin American Empire

    Tulsi Gabbard Calls on Trump to Remove Troops from Syria

    Israel's Next Move: The Real Danger in US Decision to Normalize Illegal Jewish Settlements

    Bolivia to renew Israel ties after rupture under Morales

    The End Of Ownership, Military Edition: Even The US Military Can't Fix Its Own Equipment Without Right To Repair Laws

    Trials and tribulations of Central Asia integration

    The European Union Needs to Prepare for the Next Wave of Migrants

    Global climate protests kick off in smoke-covered Sydney

    Amazon faces walkout, protest in Europe on Black Friday

    Artists Are Taking Their Music Off Amazon to Protest Its ICE Contracts

    Climate activists turn attention to Black Friday: 'Shoppers cannot ignore the climate emergency'

    45 Killed As Protests In OPEC's Second-Largest Producer Escalate

    What to do with nuclear waste stymies nations all over the world, study finds
    Nuclear power: the gift that keeps on giving. -- RF
    [brought this up repeatedly while nuclear agency ignored it]

    Governments Need to Face Reality — the Fossil Fuel Industry Is Collapsing
    It's true. But I guarantee that renewables won't be able to take up the slack. Once their fossil-fuel underpinning is lost, we will see the true cost of renewable energy. Prepare for an austere future. -- RF

    [2nd half follows]

  4. The Fatal Flaw In A Perfect Energy Solution [co$t]

    Momentous Change in US Crude Oil Market, with Global Impact

    Antibiotic-Resistant Fungi Are a Growing Health Threat

    Microplastics found in all arctic beluga whales tested

    Revised data shows deforestation in Brazil Amazon at decade high

    European parliament declares 'climate emergency'

    Christmas tree prices rise as drought and fire hit crops and farms close (US)
    Christmas tree farmers are questioning how they'll remain profitable on a warming planet prone to droughts, floods, wildfires and other weather disasters.

    The economics behind planting billions and billions of trees

    OPCW Manufactured A Pretext For War By Suppressing Its Own Scientists' Research

    Tucker Carlson is the Only Mainstream Pundit Properly Covering OPCW Bombshell

    The $6 Trillion Problem The Energy Industry Is Ignoring

    'Hundreds of millions of people' may have had their text messages exposed online, researchers say
    The database contained access information to online medical services along with passwords and usernames to websites such as Google and Facebook.

    Appeal to Archbishop of Canterbury to Support Release of Julian Assange

    'Psychologically Tortured' Assange Victim of British 'Rogue State', London Conference Hears

    MTA workers say job cuts led to more filth on NYC subway cars
    Filth? You ain't seen nothin' yet! -- RF

    National shortage of lifesaving drug impacting Central Florida families

    Mounting drug shortages delay treatments for patients with bladder cancer

    Coping With (Power) Loss: California's Hospitals, Clinics, Patients Face New Reality
    Not just California. Everyone has to start thinking now about how we will cope in a world of increasingly unreliable energy supplies. -- RF

    Six Inventions Fueling The Fourth Industrial Revolution

    Sewer line backs up in Queens, pushing waste into 300 homes

    China fears trade conflicts, climate change could pose threat to food security

    Corporate debt nears a record $10 trillion, and borrowing binge poses new risks

    Another Record Low: Will The U.S. Fertility Rate's Collapse Ever End?

    The fastest-growing debt category in U.S. is not student loans or credit cards
    Personal loans are growing at an 11% annual clip, according to Experian, faster that student loan or credit card balances.

    Trump Is First to Use PATRIOT Act to Detain a Man Forever

    "Black Friday Is Dying" - Shopping Malls Turn To "Ghost Towns" Amid Online Shift

    Tulsi Gabbard: Wake Up and Smell Our $6.4 Trillion Wars

  5. Max Igan on the new You Tube terms and conditions
    COPPAWill End YouTube As We Know It & Protect Pedophiles *LANGUAGE WARNING [~ 55.5 min. podcast]

    [this is some serious shit! Get off You-tube, Facebook, Twitter, What's App and any other CIA sponsored platforms]

    Ice in the Beaufort has refrozen in just a few days [~ 7.25 min. video by Robin]

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, November 30, 2019, #225 (Dane Wigington) [~ 54.75 min. episode]

  6. I'm not complaining, but the weather people missed this one. New York got snow, we got shit. And that's ok by me, but they need to get their act together if they want to remain credible. Telling us we were gonna get 3 - 5" of snow and actually seeing only rain makes them look inept. They can't even get the forecast right for 12 - 18 hours out! Maybe I'll just stick to the Farmer's Almanac, which puts it in writing a year in advance! They aren't always accurate either, but they get it right more often than the clowns on tv.

    Wild Theories Pour In as UFO Hunter Claims Spike in Sightings of ‘Snake-Like Objects’ in US Skies

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