Saturday, February 8, 2020

Event Update For 2020-02-07

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

2020-02-06 - Unknown odor hits Silver Lake Regional High School in Kingston (Massachusetts), dozens of people sent to the hospital:

Quote: "Kingston Fire Department officials said they have not been able to pinpoint what caused the odor, but feel there is no residual hazard in the building."

2020-02-06 - Unknown odor sickens people at Walmart in coastal Little Egg Harbor (New Jersey):

Quote: "A mysterious odor at a Walmart in Little Egg Harbor, Ocean County sickened customers."

2020-02-06 - Auto recycling center erupts in flame in Kewaskum (Wisconsin):

2020-02-06 - Antarctica registers highest temp ever record, 64.9F:

Quote: "Antarctica just set its hottest temperature ever recorded at 64.9 degrees Fahrenheit as climate change continues to accelerate, according to measurements from an Argentinian research station thermometer. The reading was taken at the Esperanza Base along Antarctica’s Trinity Peninsula on Thursday. It beats the continent’s previous record of 63.5 degrees tallied in March 2015, and comes shortly after the Earth saw its hottest January on record and hottest decade on record in the 2010s."

Quote: "This means that the temperature at Esperanza was practically identical to what was felt Thursday afternoon in San Diego, California."

2020-02-07 - Global coronavirus death toll rises to 722, infections soar past 34,000, first American dies:

Quote: "Mr Steele wrote on Facebook: 'Just to let you all know I have been diagnosed as having the virus and am being shipped to hospital. Would also like to say that at the moment I am not showing any symptoms so just possibly a carrier.'"

Note: That's one of the scariest things about this virus, that you can feel just fine while you're infectious, and you go about your life while unknowingly infecting 83% of the people with whom you come into contact...

2020-02-07 - There's a good chance the Wuhan coronavirus will never disappear, experts say, and there are only 3 possible endings to this story:

2020-02-07 - Transformer bursts into flame and causes blackouts in Torrington (Connecticut):

2020-02-07 - Transformer bursts into flame on Main Street in Danbury (Connecticut):

2020-02-07 - Transformer bursts into flame on Philadelphia Road in Joppa (Maryland):

2020-02-07 - Brush fire breaks out off Saratoga Boulevard in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

2020-02-07 - Canadian navy frigates have experienced ten fires since 2018:

2020-02-07 - Boat bursts into flame near coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

Quote: "Charlotte County Fire & EMS responded to a boat fire in the water and rescued two stranded boaters without injuries Friday. According to the Charlotte County Fire & EMS Facebook post, a call came in at around 5:44 p.m. about a possible boat fire. Marine units rescued a man and woman who had jumped over board and were in the water wearing life jackets after the boat caught fire."

Note: This is the 254th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-02-07 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on I-65 near Edinburgh (Indiana):

2020-02-07 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on Woodside Road in Wyke (Britain):

Note: These are the 49th and 50th buses to burn in 2019...

2020-02-07 - Crane truck explodes into flame on Highway 2 near Ray (North Dakota), 1 injured:

2020-02-07 - Semi tractor bursts into flame just after 3 AM while parked inside business in Bemidji (Minnesota):

Quote: "Early Friday morning, the Bemidji Fire Department responded to a commercial building fire in the north part of the city located at 4101 Bemidji Ave. When firefighters arrived on scene, they found a large amount of smoke exiting the building and a semi-tractor engulfed in flames."

2020-02-07 - Semi tractor bursts into flame on Highway 3 near Allison (Iowa):

Note: These are the 184th, 185th and 186th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-02-07 - Van bursts into flame just after midnight while parked at home on Patrician Circle in Henrietta (New York):

2020-02-07 - SUV and several other vehicles go up in flames at lakeside mall in Gaithersburg (Maryland):

2020-02-07 - SUV bursts into flame on street near Debden Underground Station in coastal Essex (Britain):

2020-02-07 - Pickup bursts into flame just before 2 AM while parked at auto shop on Broadway Avenue North in Rochester (Minnesota):

2020-02-07 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 2:45 AM on Farm-to-Market 3053 in Overton (Texas):

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on street in Coral Springs (Florida), near the coast:

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-77 in Wythe County (Virginia):

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-69 in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on Irontown Road near Newburg (West Virginia):

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame near Old Spiral Highway near Lewiston (Idaho):

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame near towing business on Julian Road in Kelowna (Canada):

2020-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on the B6403 near Grantham (Britain):

2020-02-07 - Motorcycle bursts into flame in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Grimsby. Fri 7 Feb 2020 20:34 (No: 002849) Motorcross bike on fire. Scotty Back Pack and bucket of water in use."

2020-02-07 - Moped bursts into flame on Marfleet Lane in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Marfleet Lane, Hull. Fri 7 Feb 2020 17:11 (No: 002838) Moped fire. One hose reel in use."

2020-02-07 - SUV, RV trailer, salon and home destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Blountsville (Alabama):

Quote: "A home, salon, SUV and a camper were destroyed. Michael Booker, a neighbor, said the fire spread from the salon to the family’s home."

2020-02-07 - Motorcycle business heavily damaged by fire in coastal Birkenhead (Britain), nobody there:

2020-02-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM near Pelleaux Road in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2020-02-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 11:14 PM on Pleasant Valley Road in unincorporated Woodstock (Illinois):

2020-02-07 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in St. Boniface (Canada):

2020-02-07 - School destroyed by fire at 3 AM in coastal Kaktovik on Barter Island (Alaska):

2020-02-07 - Restaurant destroyed by fire shortly after midnight in Mesa (Arizona), nobody there:

2020-02-07 - Warehouse heavily damaged by fire on Wysocki Place in Hackensack (New Jersey):

2020-02-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Halifax Drive in Austin (Texas), 2 injured:

2020-02-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1 AM on Washington Street in Parks Township (Pennslvania):

2020-02-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Cloverwood Drive near Donelson (Tennessee), nobody there:

2020-02-07 - Home destroyed by fire just before 3 AM in Ellerslie (Canada), nobody there:

2020-02-07 - Home destroyed by fire on Tenth Place near coastal Vero Beach (Florida):

2020-02-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 1:25 AM on Park Commons Drive in  St. Louis Park (Minnesota), 1 injured:

2020-02-07 - Deadly fire burns mobile home southwest of Alba (Missouri), 2 killed:

2020-02-07 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Toms River (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2020-02-07 - Deadly fire burns home in Dade City (Florida), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2020-02-07 - Deadly fire destroys home at 11:24 PM on North Rockwell Avenue in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2020-02-07 - Deadly fire destroys home on Simpson Road in Taylor County (West Virginia), 1 killed:

2020-02-07 - Deadly fire burns duplex at 6:45 AM on Zoar Avenue in Frankfort (New York), 1 killed:

2020-02-07 - Deadly basement fire burns apartment building at 2 AM on Columbian Way South in coastal Seattle (Washington), 1 killed:

2020-02-07 - Woman, 27, found dead in dugout at baseball field at Suffoletta Park in Georgetown (Kentucky):

2020-02-07 - Woman found dead in car at motel in Palmdale (California):

2020-02-07 - Man, 54, found dead in motel room in Daniel (Wyoming):

2020-02-07 - Person found dead in the Mississippi River in White Castle (Louisiana):

2020-02-07 - Man falls into ditch and dies near VFW in Killeen (Texas):

2020-02-07 - Man, 47, drops dead on sidewalk in Aberdeen (South Dakota):

2020-02-07 - Person found dead in the Rio Grande in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2020-02-07 - Woman, 55, found dead in submerged car in stream along Taylor Road in Armstrong Township (Pennsylvania):

2020-02-07 - Inmate collapses and has seizure at jail, dies shortly later, in Trumbull County (Ohio):

Quote: "Officials aren’t releasing the inmate’s name yet, but they say it’s believed the inmate suffered a medical emergency. Major Dan Mason tells First News that sometime after dinner Friday night the inmate went to lay down and started seizing."

2020-02-07 - Woman, around 30, dies after being pulled from the water at beach in coastal Hong Kong (China):

2020-02-07 - Person dies in the water at beach in coastal Hikkaduwa on the island of Sri Lanka:

2020-02-07 - Man found dead in the water at beach in coastal Patras (Greece):

2020-02-07 - Person found dead in pond at the gardens of Botanique in Brussels (Belgium):

2020-02-07 - Man drops dead in public restroom in coastal Belfast (Ireland):

2020-02-07 - Man found dead under M5 bridge in West Midlands (Britain):

2020-02-07 - Man, 55, has 'medical emergency', tractor trailer crashes into median, on I-96 near Thornapple River Drive SE in Cascade Township (Michigan):

Quote: "Authorities believe a semi-truck driver suffered a medical emergency before crashing on I-96 in Kent County Friday. It happened around 11 a.m. Friday on I-96 near Thornapple River Drive SE in Cascade Township."

2020-02-07 - Driver has 'medical episode', pickup truck crashes into fire hydrant, in Sparks (Nevada), 1 injured:

Quote: "Emergency crews say an apparent medical episode caused a driver to hit a fire hydrant near Rock Blvd. and Greg Street in Sparks early Friday morning."

2020-02-07 - Passenger plane lands at airport, landing gear collapses, in coastal Kevlavik (Iceland):

Quote: "An Icelandair Boeing 757-200, registration TF-FIA performing flight FI-529 from Berlin Tegel (Germany) to Kevlavik (Iceland) with 166 people on board, landed on Keflavik's runway 10 at 15:46L (15:46Z) but suffered the collapse of the right main gear. The aircraft came to a stop on the runway resting on its nose gear, left main gear and right engine. The passengers disembarked onto the runway and were taken to the terminal. There were no injuries.Passengers reported the aircraft bounced on landing, on second touchdown the right main gear collapsed and the aircraft skidded on the engine releasing sparks and smoke from the engine."

2020-02-07 - Passenger plane hit by turbulence en route to Knoxville (Tennessee), 6 injured:

2020-02-07 - School bus veers off road, crashes into tree, in coastal Westport (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2020-02-07 - Transit bus and car crash at West Chicago Avenue and North Lorel Avenue in Chicago (Illinois), 15 injured:

2020-02-07 - Tractor trailer crashes at 1 AM, bursts into flame, on I-71 near the Kentucky River in Henry County (Kentucky):

2020-02-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 59 in Rosenberg (Texas):

2020-02-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 13 in Tompkins County (New York):

2020-02-07 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes down embankment, on Route 895 in East Penn Township (Pennsylvania):

2020-02-07 - Two cars collide head-on, on the Pyramid Highway in Spanish Springs (Nevada), 2 injured:

2020-02-07 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, on East Chillicothe Avenue in Bellefontaine (Ohio):

2020-02-07 - Pack of dogs attacks and injures several people on Mayflower Road in Spring Hill (Florida):

2020-02-07 - Otter enters home and attacks girl and dog in Lakeland (Florida):

2020-02-07 - Sinkhole opens at Rock Creek Veterans Park in Gainesville (Georgia):

2020-02-07 - Powerful storm kills 5 across the US Southeast, heavy snow and freezing rain continues across the US Northeast:

2020-02-07 - Strong cold wave grips South Korea after the warmest January on record:

2020-02-07 - Amazon deforestation for January hits record:

Note: The race is on - will we destroy the planet before it destroys us? Stay tuned! (Also, the answer is no.)

2020-02-07 - Hundreds of thousands of bats descend on Ingham (Australia):

Quote: "There are currently major locust outbreaks around the world. But residents of a small town in North Queensland, Australia are experiencing another plague: Bats! Yes, residents of Ingham, North Queensland are dealing with the fright of their lives after thousands of bats descended on them in an incident that is being compared to a 'biblical plague.' A veritable “bat tornado” has enveloped the town, over the past several weeks as upwards of 300,000 of the winged creatures have settled on the town."

2020-02-07 - Plants safely store toxic mercury, but wildfires and climate change release it back into the environment:

2020-02-07 - Five charts show why the global economy is more vulnerable now than during SARS:

2020-02-07 - All it takes to fool facial recognition at airports and border crossings is a printed mask, researchers found:


  1. Sunday morning, Jonny - and another week begins. What will it involve? One thing is for sure, more people will be dying before the week's out in bizarre accidents, by dropping dead, in building fires or residential explosions, by violence, natural disasters, storms and also disease.

    The weather continues to get weird - cold, hot, cold, hot - these cycles are not good for plants and wildlife is having trouble adapting.

    Ireland, UK and Western Europe brace for a battering: Storm Ciara brings hurricane force winds and flooding: Highest waves could exceed 15 meters / 50 feet: Wind gusts 100mph, (160 km/h)

    Coronavirus: Day 41: Feb 9th: More than 30,000 confirmed cases another 30,000 suspected and more than 800 dead with more than 6,000 in serious condition: Breaches of quarantine 6 months in jail

    Lockdown spreads to Chengdu, China's sixth-largest city (14.4. million) [more]

    Sunday, 9 February 2020
    Evidence of how the dead are treated in China [Hal Turner piece]

    Video Shows China BULLDOZING piles of body bags into giant pit; photos show "Thousands" of Corpses in Body Bags Stored underground

    The number of body bags in the video and in the photo, exceeds China's "official" count of about 800 dead from the disease outbreak. [more]

    Zero Hedge reports on coronavirus Chengdu On Lockdonw As
    Coronavirus Deaths Hit 813, Surpassing Total From 2003 SARS Outbreak

    Update (2130ET): Rumors on American social media claim the quarantine that is already affected 400m+ people, 60+ cities, and 3 provinces has been expanded to Chengdu, China's sixth-largest city, with a total population of 14.4 million. [more]

    A new report on coronavirus

    40 days Into 2020 and already, untold billions of species have died due to man, disease and pollution: The true story will never be known because 99% of the carnage never gets reported

    We are just 40 days into 2020 and the world is in the grip of a global coronavirus threat which could out-kill the Spanish Flu epidemic which started back in 1918 and killed between 50 to 100 million people. Them numbers are minuscule to the billions of animals which have died in the first 40 days of 2020.

    Below is a "small" list, showing deaths of animals killed by disease, pollution or man in the first month and a half of 2020 and let me tell you, I have hardly scratched the surface, many millions of more deaths don't get reported. As for marine life, most of the dead sink to the bottom, or the birds, die out at sea, so you see, below is just a tiny per cent of the real carnage [more]

    [2nd part next]

  2. Sinkhole swallows truck in Grand Ledge, Michigan

    Two people killed after being struck by lightning in South Africa

    Mysterious "cloud rosettes" only visible from space captured by NASA off coast of western Australia

    Some natural wonders aren't as obvious as the Grand Canyon or Victoria Falls. A NASA satellite caught sight of a series of striking "cloud rosettes" over the Indian Ocean. It looks like an unseen hand turned cloud formations into a flower arrangement. [more]

    6.2-magnitude earthquake rocks Papua New Guinea

    [have you talked to Dutchsinse, Jonny? his site is gone, but i think he still posts on Mixer and Twitter]

    [from our Health desk]
    Chaga mushroom: This unusual tree fungus is a medicinal powerhouse

    the strange fungus has a unique ability to extract nutrients from its hosts and concentrate them into itself. Hence the chaga mushroom's incredible density of B vitamins, antioxidants, trace minerals, enzymes, and more. [more]

    South Dakota considers first state bill to outlaw all vaccine and medical mandates

    After the fires come the floods as Australia’s wild summer continues

    Australia’s wild summer weather has continued over the weekend with torrential rain lashing the east coast, extinguishing a major wildfire but causing widespread flash flooding. [more]

    Sanders lays out his 'radical dream' to solve climate change

    At Friday’s Democratic presidential debate in Manchester, N.H., Sen. Bernie Sanders channeled Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., expounding on his “dream” for the world to come together to solve climate change. [more]

    African swine fever outbreak spreads in Philippines' southern provinces

    The Philippines confirmed on Sunday that African swine fever infections had spread in the south of the country, which accounts for nearly a third of the nation's 12.8 million pig herd. [more]

    [Come Fly With Me]
    Extreme bumpy landing for diverted plane in Storm Ciara crosswinds [shows GREAT piloting skill]

    Security footage proves that puppy-play is to blame for home fire [bad dog! worse owner!]

  3. It is now confirmed that the US citizen who died in Wuhan was himself an ethnic Chinese man. So, no one other than the etnic Chinese have yet died of coronavirus. Other ethnicities get over it quite well and quickly. Unless it mutates I do not think this is going to be a deadly pandemic. It is a race specific bioengineered virus.

    1. I meant to say not a global deadly pandemic. Now Chinese in other countries can get it and die of course.

      You have to watch the short video to hear the report that the US citizen was Chinese racially.

  4. Yeah, sure enough, ethnically Chinese. I wouldn't breathe too easily though. It's in the wild now and could mutate into a different form at any time that affects anyone. It's not like the Chinese are a whole other species, so the leap to afflicting any or all other ethic groups would be small.

    1. Well it is afflicting other ethnic groups. But they are just not getting as sick. Not getting the pneumonia and not dying.

  5. Sunday, 9 February 2020
    Is there another virus sweeping Africa?


    A crew member has been FOUND DEAD aboard the Royal Caribbean "Anthem of the Seas" cruise ship which docked in Bayonne, New jersey yesterday. That vessel unloaded almost two dozen people suffering symptoms that COULD be coronavirus. [more]

  6. Sunday, February 9, 2020
    Why stronger winds over the North Atlantic are so dangerous

    In summary, stronger winds can trigger huge eruptions of methane. Another recent study found that Arctic permafrost thaw plays a greater role in climate change than previously estimated. All this should be reason to take strong action to reduce this danger.

    Emissions keep rising

    Sadly, emissions show no sign of decline. Releases of carbon dioxide appear to be at their highest on record, looking at the recent levels at Mauna Loa, Hawaii (image below). Since an annual global peak is typically reached in May, we can expect even higher levels over the coming months. [more]

    SOTT Earth Changes Summary - January 2020: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs [20.25 min.]