Saturday, June 6, 2020

Event Update For 2020-06-05

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

2020-06-05 - Small plane explodes into flame midair then crashes near Lake Oconee (Georgia), all 5 aboard killed:,163465

Quote: "Tracy Carter, a Milledgeville resident, told The Union-Recorder he saw a plane circling the area and catch fire. Parts of the plane flew off and landed in the nearby field and he said he heard a loud boom."

Quote: "Deputies said there was some type of explosion in the plane, and it spiraled to the ground. Five members of the same family, including two children, died in the crash, according to the sheriff’s office. Multiple people posted a video on Facebook that showed the small plane in flames as it spiraled out of control."

Quote: "A small plane crashed Friday in rural Georgia, killing all five on board, including four members of a Florida family who were travelling to a funeral in Indiana."

Note: This is the 27th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2020...

2020-06-05 - Scrap metal fire rages at metal recycling center off Chartwells Road in coastal Lancing (Britain):

Quote: "A spokesman for West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said firefighters were called to a fire involving 'scrap metal' off Chartwells Road in Lancing at 1.35pm."

2020-06-05 - Semi trailers and huge 600,000-square-foot Amazon distribution warehouse destroyed by mammoth inferno at 5:30 AM in Redlands (California):

Quote: "Amazon trucks near the building were also set ablaze."

2020-06-05 - Underground electrical fire causes blackouts on Riverside Avenue in Spokane (Washington):

2020-06-05 - Car-hauler ship continues to burn near coastal Jacksonville (Florida), may burn for days:

2020-06-05 - People warned that their brains may get eaten by brain-eating amoebas in Texas:

Quote: "The Brazos River Authority is warning Texans about 'a rare but usually fatal illness' it says is caused by a water-born amoeba called Naegleria fowleri that resides in all lakes, streams, rivers and ponds in the state."

2020-06-05 - Trucking business devastated by huge fire near Oskaloosa (Kansas):

Quote: "The company works on various types of commercial trucks."

2020-06-05 - Furniture storage building damaged by explosion and fire on SW 29th Street in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), nobody there:

2020-06-05 - Wildfire breaks out and burns hundreds of acres near Goshen (Utah):

2020-06-05 - Brush fire breaks out near Lakeville Highway in Petaluma (California):

2020-06-05 - Brush fire breaks out near the Salton Sea (California):

2020-06-05 - Container ship 'Laura Maersk' disabled by explosion off the coast of Ocean City (Maryland), 1 injured:

Quote: "A crew member on a cargo ship that was approximately 275 miles off the coast of Ocean City was medevaced by the U.S. Coast Guard Friday morning. The man received burns after an apparent explosion in the engine room of the Laura Maersk that occurred hours before on Thursday night."

Quote: "The explosion caused the ship to become disabled. In a statement, the Coast Guard said it is developing a plan to salvage the Maersk."

2020-06-05 - Boat bursts into flame just after 4 AM on the Grand Union Canal near Stratford Road in Wolverton (Britain):

Note: These are the 496th and 497th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-06-05 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on Highway 79 near Buffalo Gap (South Dakota):

Note: This is the 26th car-hauler to burn in 2020...

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in the wee hours at warehouse near Elkton (Maryland):

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near the Red River in Colbert (Oklahoma):

Quote: "A Major highway shut down after a semi-truck caught fire in Colbert Friday afternoon. It happened in the southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 69/75 about one mile north of the Red River near the Welcome to Oklahoma sign in Colbert."

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3:30 AM on I-10 in Goodyear (Arizona):

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after 1 AM on I-90 near Fairview (Pennsylvania):

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at truck stop along I-10 in Eloy (Arizona):

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-81 near Maugansville (Maryland):

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on bypass near Kenora (Canada):

2020-06-05 - Tractor bursts into flame on Fleshwick Road in coastal Surby on the Isle of Man, 2 crashes too:

Quote: "Meanwhile, at 5.15pm the same day (June 5) personnel from Port Erin responded to a tractor fire on Fleshwick Road in Surby."

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M6 near Carlisle (Britain):

Note: These are the 783rd-792nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-06-05 - Van bursts into flame on the A1 near Richmond (Britain):

Quote: "Time: 16:20 Location: A1 N Scotch Corner Crews from Richmond, Colburn and Darlington responded to reports of a van on fire. Crews extinguished the fire using 2 hose reel jets. This incident is ongoing."

2020-06-05 - SUV bursts into flame on I-90 near Vantage (Washington):

2020-06-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at environmental office on Evansport Road in Defiance County (Ohio):

Quote: "A pickup truck belonging to the Defiance County Environmental Services Office caught fire and was severely damaged Friday afternoon at the county's Evergreen Lane Office Complex on Evansport Road."

2020-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on I-15 in Mohave County (Arizona):

2020-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on I-80 ramp in North Platte (Nebraska):

2020-06-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked in carpark at business in Callington (Britain):

2020-06-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked in barn on Thorrington Road in Great Bentley (Britain):

2020-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on the B4380 in Eaton Constantine (Britain):

2020-06-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on street in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2020-06-05 - Quad bike bursts into flame on Bonhay Road in coastal Exeter (Britain):

2020-06-05 - RV trailer bursts into flame shortly before 7 AM while parked at home, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Elk Run Township (Ohio):

Quote: "Investigators believe the flames started in a camper and spread to the home."

2020-06-05 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at campground in Springville (Tennessee), nobody there:

2020-06-05 - Car dealership heavily damaged by fire shortly before 1:30 AM in Joplin (Missouri):

2020-06-05 - Pile of railroad ties goes up in flames at rail yard along East Main Street in Mandan (North Dakota):

2020-06-05 - Lumber business heavily damaged by huge fire at 5:15 AM in Greenwood (Indiana):

2020-06-05 - Recreation center destroyed by fire at 2:20 AM in Montvale (Virginia):

2020-06-05 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire at 12:24 AM on West Liberty Street in coastal Savannah (Georgia), nobody there:

2020-06-05 - Waste warehouse goes up in flames in coastal Abu Dhabi (UAE):

2020-06-05 - Home damaged by garage fire at 1:41 AM on Madalyn Road in Lincoln (Nebraska):

2020-06-05 - Home damaged by fire at 1:15 AM on Ambia Street in Toledo (Ohio), dog killed:

2020-06-05 - Home damaged by fire on West Pacific Avenue in Salt Lake City (Utah), 1 injured:

2020-06-05 - Home damaged by fire at 12:30 AM on Buttermilk Hollow Road in North Huntingdon Township (Pennsylvania):

2020-06-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Raymond Street in Bay City (Michigan), 1 killed:

2020-06-05 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Warren Street in Jonesboro (Arkansas):

2020-06-05 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2020-06-05 - Deadly fire burns home just before 6:30 AM on Sangamon Street in Park Forest (Illinois), 1 killed:

2020-06-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire just before 11 PM on Susan Street in Sturgis (Michigan):

2020-06-05 - Man, woman and baby, 36, 34 and 8 months, found dead at home on East South Street in Rialto (California):

Quote: "The deceased adults were identified by authorities as Larissa Vissering, 34 and Nicholas Scott, 36. The child's name was not released. All three were Rialto residents. 'The bodies appeared to have been deceased for several days due to body decomposition,' the news release said. Detectives found no signs of physical trauma on any of the three individuals."

2020-06-05 - Seven children die in the Indus River near Thatta (Pakistan):

2020-06-05 - Man found dead in the Ogeechee River at Kings Ferry Landing in coastal Savannah (Georgia):

2020-06-05 - Man, 18, found dead at detention center in Dawson County (Georgia):

2020-06-05 - Man found dead along Athena Drive in Athens (Georgia):

2020-06-05 - Person found dead in the Alapaha River near Jennings (Florida):

2020-06-05 - Man, 75, has 'medical incident' and dies while driving, pickup truck veers off road, near Eufala (Oklahoma):

Quote: "According to OHP, Davis was driving a 2001 GMC truck westbound when he suffered a medical incident, which caused him to drive off the right side of the road approximately 17 feet before coming to rest. He was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, the report states."

2020-06-05 - Man, 58, found dead at home on O’Reily Drive in Galloway (Ohio):

2020-06-05 - Person found dead near I-10 and Park Avenue in Tucson (Arizona):

2020-06-05 - Man found dead in motel room in Hemet (California):

2020-06-05 - Woman, 75, found dead in Gilsum (New Hampshire):

2020-06-05 - Person found dead in the Mattawawishkwia River in Ontario (Canada):

2020-06-05 - Man falls into harbor and dies in coastal Weymouth (Britain):

2020-06-05 - Woman, 56, has 'medical issue', SUV crashes into building, in Lafayette (Indiana), 1900 feet from the Wabash River, 1 injured:

Quote: "Owen drove north on Fourth Street about 8:45 a.m. Friday when police believe she suffered a medical issue, police said."

2020-06-05 - Small plane crashes in/near Mentone (California), 3 killed:

2020-06-05 - Small plane crashes near Wurtsboro Airport in Sullivan County (New York), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-06-05 - Small plane crashes at Cattaraugus County Olean Airport in Hinsdale (New York):

2020-06-05 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-74 in Peoria (Illinois):

2020-06-05 - Car veers over centerline before 5:30 AM, hits car and pole, bursts into flame, in Bronzeville (Illinois), 2 injured:

2020-06-05 - Car overturns on I-95 in Westwood (Massachusetts):

2020-06-05 - Unemployment rate falls from 14.7 percent to 13.3 percent:

2020-06-05 - Woman's four dogs attack and kill her at home in Country Club Hills (Illinois):

2020-06-05 - Unusually high spring tide submerges a quarter of Venice (Italy):

2020-06-05 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Prochladny (Russia):

2020-06-05 - Atmospheric CO2 levels hit record high during pandemic shutdown:

Note: Of course. We didn't stop adding more CO2 to the atmosphere. It probably rose a little slower, but it still rose. Even if we shut down absolutely everything, it'd still continue rising, because we have begun a chain reaction that will end with our extinction, and we don't have the capability to reverse or halt that chain reaction. 'Don't break it if you can't fix it,' the saying goes. We broke it and we definitely can't fix it...

2020-06-05 - US EPA proposes changes to how clean air rules are written:

Quote: "The new proposed cost-benefit analysis would focus on weighing only the economic impact of a proposed rule without taking into account possible benefits such as public health..."

Note: In other words, if PEOPLE get sick and die, the cost in terms of human health and human lives will not be a factor in terms of regulating businesses. So businesses can poison you and kill you as long as that's the only economic impact. Human life then, according to conservatives, is worthless. So much for that 'sanctity of life' stuff!

2020-06-05 - Trump to open fish conservation area to commercial fishing off New England:

Quote: "President Donald Trump announced on Friday he will open up a 5,000 square mile conservation area in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New England to commercial fishing."


  1. Hello Jonny, everyone. Welcome to another week of dissolution.

    Amazing how a 3 person family can die and not even be discovered for days.

    Small planes having big problems flying and landing.

    Quail Fire forces evacuations west of Davis, California

    The Quail Fire that started Saturday afternoon southwest of Winters, California has burned about 1,200 acres west of Davis according to a 9 p.m. PDT update from CAL FIRE. Evacuations are in progress. [more]

    Lakeville Fire near Petaluma, CA burns 141 acres

    Yesterday the Lakeville Fire southeast of Petaluma, California burned about 141 acres before being suppressed by firefighters assisted by air tankers. [more]

    'In for the kill': Wombat's violent reign of terror on family in Dubbo, Australia

    "It's like he knew where to bite, he was in for the kill, he was totally in for the kill," she said.[more; killed with axe]

    Man dies in shark attack in northern New South Wales, Australia

    A community is reeling after a three-metre great white shark killed a man at Kingscliff in northern NSW on Sunday morning, the first fatal attack in the state in five years. [more]

    Waterspout filmed off the coast of Pontian, Malaysia [~ 2 min. video]

    Lightning kills 9 people in Sylhet, Bangladesh - at least 50 killed in 3 days across the country

    Nine persons have been killed in lightning today in different places in four districts under Sylhet division.

    [SOTT]Comment: A day earlier 16 were killed by strikes while 24 hours prior to that at least 25 succumbed to hits. [more]

    [2nd piece below]

  2. Sunday, 7 June 2020
    On an ice-free Arctic Ocean

    Our Trajectory Towards a Seasonally Ice-Free Arctic
    Ocean [3 part (15 min. each) Beckwith presentation]

    ISIS Is the Cockroach Caliphate That Just Keeps Coming Back

    Now, just a bit more than a year after the fall of ISIS’s last redoubt in Syria, there is a strong consensus among Middle East experts and military analysts that ISIS is on the rebound, taking full advantage of the weakness of the Iraqi government and the swirling chaos that prevails throughout the region. Meanwhile, ISIS’s affiliates in North Africa, sub-Saharan Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula are gaining in numbers and capability. [more; here we go again]

    El-Erian: Here's a 'nightmare scenario' for the U.S. economy

    The big risk with the latest U.S. jobs report is if it turns out to be a “head fake” says Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz.

    “That’s the nightmare scenario,” El-Erian told Yahoo Finance after the US unexpectedly added 2.5 million jobs in May as states started re-opening and easing COVID-19 shelter in place measures.

    “The big risk ... is that this is a head fake, a major head fake that we are picking up the impact of both data distortions, and policy distortions,” said El-Erian.

    May’s employment report has economists scratching their heads. They were expecting the US to lose 7.5 million jobs. Instead it gained jobs, and the unemployment rate, ticked lower to 13.3%. [more; the unemployment numbers are BOGUS by design]

    [and so are Covid-19 numbers]
    Brazil govt yanks virus death toll as data befuddles experts

    Brazil's government has stopped publishing a running total of coronavirus deaths and infections in an extraordinary move that critics call an attempt to hide the true toll of the disease in Latin America's largest nation.

    Saturday's move came after months of criticism from experts that Brazil’s statistics are woefully deficient, and in some cases manipulated, so it may never be possible to understand the depth of the pandemic in the country. [more; or ANYWHERE!]

    Tropical Storm "Cristobal" (ex-Amanda) to make landfall in Louisiana, U.S. after killing at least 33 and affecting 500 000 in Central America

    The center of Tropical Storm "Cristobal" will move northward over the central Gulf of Mexico today and tonight (LT), and will be near the northern Gulf of Mexico coast on Sunday, June 7, 2020. Its center is forecast to move inland across Louisiana late Sunday through Monday morning (LT), and northward across Arkansas and Missouri Monday afternoon into Tuesday, June 9.

    Cristobal formed from the remnants of Tropical Storm "Amanda" -- the first named storm of the 2020 Pacific hurricane season. It's the third named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, the earliest third named storm in the Atlantic, beating the previous record set by Tropical Storm "Colin" which formed on June 5, 2016, and the first June Atlantic tropical cyclone to make landfall in Mexico since Tropical Storm "Danielle" in 2016. [more]

  3. Probably tomorrow look for the Bureau of Labor Statistics to revise the unemployment rate up to 16.3%, although in reality it is probably still higher. I have read that this latest report is nonsense by several sources. I'll share this one...

    "With 30 million people receiving unemployment benefits, that analysis is more consistent with unemployment at 19.0 percent today than 13.3 percent. BLS itself acknowledges in its May report that counting those on furlough as unemployed would raise its official rate to 16.3 percent."

  4. Storm Cristobal: Tornado hits Florida as US Gulf Coast braces for battering from tropical rains

    Rain pounded the region on Sunday ahead of the arrival of Tropical Storm Cristobal, which has already spawned a tornado in Florida and threatened more twisters along with high winds and storm surge.

    Roads flooded in coastal Louisiana and Mississippi, and thousands were without power even before the storm made landfall. [more]

    Woman killed by lightning in Edgemont subdivision

    65-year-old was walking Saturday morning [more]

    Severe hailstorm damages cars, agricultural goods and kills birds in Morocco's Fez-Meknes region [Videos & pics]


  5. Geoengineering Watch Global
    Alert News, June 6, 2020,
    #252 (Dane Wigington) [54.75 min. video]

    Wildfire near Vacaville, CA now at 1,400 acres, only 10% contained

    Flood warning issued for Lac La Biche County, Alberta as rain continues [~ 1.5 min. weather spot says it all]

    Labrador turns into lifeguard and rescues dogs trapped in canoe [short rescue with lots of barking]

    'It’s Obvious There’s a Cultural Rot': Activists Collect Hundreds of Examples of Alleged Police Misconduct in One Public Spreadsheet

    The aftermath of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has played out not only in protests all across the country, but also in many, many documented examples of alleged police aggression. However, the size and scale of the protests and the lack of context from videos of harsh police behavior makes tracking the past few weeks challenging for even the savviest social media user.

    To cut through all this confusion, a group of activist researchers have committed themselves to a major challenge: collecting as many videos of alleged police misconduct during the protests as possible, checking their veracity and assembling all the videos on one Google spreadsheet. So far, it includes more than 300 videos of alleged police misconduct, as well as records of a few unrelated incidents from the last week that researchers found troubling. [more; that's all?]