Saturday, July 11, 2020

Event Update For 2020-07-10

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

2020-07-10 - Four flight attendants sicken on passenger plane, plane lands in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

Quote: "Flight 614 landed safely at BWI after the reported medical emergency. Out of an abundance of caution, four flight attendants were evaluated at the scene, Spirit Airlines officials said. The flight attendants were then transported to local hospitals for treatment."

2020-07-10 - Brain-eating amoeba spreading as the world warms:

2020-07-10 - Landfill fire breaks out for the 13th time in a year on the island of St. Croix:

2020-07-10 - Recycling center hit by fire near the San Joaquin River in Fresno (California):

2020-07-10 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, dozens of cars burn, in Opa-locka (Florida):

2020-07-10 - Pallet yard fire rages just before 3:30 AM on Reliance Street in Modesto (California):

2020-07-10 - Underground electrical explosion blows pavement apart on Quarrywood Road in the Barmulloch area in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2020-07-10 - How COVID-19 affects the entire body:

Quote: "Coronavirus damages not only the lungs, but the kidneys, liver, heart, brain and nervous system, skin and gastrointestinal tract, doctors said Friday in a review of reports about Covid-19 patients. The team at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City — one of the hospitals flooded with patients in the spring — went through their own experiences and collected reports from other medical teams around the world."

Quote: "Their comprehensive picture shows the coronavirus attacks virtually every major system in the human body, directly damaging organs and causing the blood to clot, the heart to lose its healthy rhythm, the kidneys to shed blood and protein and the skin to erupt in rashes. It causes headaches, dizziness, muscle aches, stomach pain and other symptoms along with classic respiratory symptoms like coughing and fever."

2020-07-10 - NYU pathologist finds blood clots in almost every organ of coronavirus patients' bodies after autopsies:

2020-07-10 - Hospitals increasingly turning away new patients as coronavirus overwhelms emergency rooms in Houston (Texas):

2020-07-10 - Wildfire breaks out and burns 4,300 acres near Haliimaile on the island of Maui (Hawaii):

2020-07-10 - Ship bursts into flame at port in coastal Palma (Spain):

2020-07-10 - Boat, RV trailer and garage destroyed by fire at home on East 700 South in Salt Lake City (Utah):

Quote: "A fire involving a travel trailer, boat, and garage happened Friday at 816 E. 700 South in Salt Lake City."

Note: These are the 613th and 614th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-07-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 between Potter and Brownson (Nebraska):

2020-07-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road in Granville (Illinois):

2020-07-10 - Tractor bursts into flame in East Brent, near Highbridge (Britain):

2020-07-10 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame at 3:59 AM at business on Northwich Road in coastal Runcorn (Britain):

Note: These are the 981st, 982nd, 983rd and 984th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-07-10 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on street in Newhall (California):

2020-07-10 - RV bursts into flame shortly before 5 AM while parked at home on Folsoms Pond Road in Wayland (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The RV, valued at about $350,000 without its contents, was a complete loss..."

Note: This is the 218th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-07-10 - Van bursts into flame on the A14 near Swavesey (Britain):

2020-07-10 - Van bursts into flame on the A56 near Hyndburn (Britain):

2020-07-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in Grand Marais (Minnesota):

2020-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked near condos in St. George (Utah):

2020-07-10 - Car bursts into flame at airport in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

2020-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-65 in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2020-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-75 in Pinehurst (Georgia):

Quote: "'There was no accident,' Pinehurst Fire Chief Don Williford said. 'It just caught on fire.'"

2020-07-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home in coastal Damistan (Bahrain):

2020-07-10 - Car bursts into flame on Garrettstown Road near coastal Kinsale (Ireland):

2020-07-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 2:52 AM on the M6 near Warrington (Britain):

2020-07-10 - Semi trailer bursts into flame at 7 AM while parked at trucking company on North Dixie Drive in Vandalia (Ohio):

2020-07-10 - Two RV trailers destroyed by fire while parked at Creekside RV Park in Floresville (Texas), nobody there:

2020-07-10 - Three cars and mobile home destroyed by fire at 3:41 AM in Ridgefield (Washington):

2020-07-10 - Shopping center heavily damaged by fire in coastal Mumbai (India):

2020-07-10 - Home damaged by garage fire just before 2 AM on Lanier Place in Clayton (North Carolina):

2020-07-10 - Home damaged by fire at 6 AM in Davenport (Iowa):

2020-07-10 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on Balzar Avenue in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 injured:

2020-07-10 - Deadly fire burns home at 3 AM on Williams Highway in Williamstown (West Virginia), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2020-07-10 - Deadly fire destroys home at 11:30 PM on Canaan Avenue in St. Louis (Missouri), 1 killed:

2020-07-10 - Deadly fire rips through hospital at 3:34 AM in coastal Goheung (South Korea), 2 killed, 28 injured:

2020-07-10 - Vacant home burns at 11:30 PM near 12th Avenue Northwest and 31st Street near Austin (Minnesota):

2020-07-10 - Sea turtle washes ashore dead on beach in coastal Kill Devil Hills (North Carolina):

2020-07-10 - Dolphin washes ashore dead on Colomb Beach in coastal Goa (India):

2020-07-10 - Dog killed by toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) in the Virgin River near Zion National Park (Utah):

2020-07-10 - Two men die after being pulled from the water at beaches on the Costa Almeria (Spain):

2020-07-10 - Woman, 50, found dead in swimming pool at home on Sweet Acres Drive in Greece (New York):

Quote: "According to police, a 50-year-old woman was found unresponsive in a swimming pool at the home. The woman's boyfriend found her in the pool around 3 a.m. and called police. After investigating, police said there is no sign of foul play."

2020-07-10 - Girl, 7, dies after being found unconscious in the water at water park in Wonewoc (Wisconsin):

2020-07-10 - Boy, 15, dies after being pulled from pond in Dunstable (Massachusetts):

2020-07-10 - Man found dead in canal in Phoenix (Arizona):

2020-07-10 - Man, 77, dies after being pulled unconscious from shallow water at beach in coastal Atlantic City (New Jersey):

2020-07-10 - Girl, 17, found dead in Catoma Creek in Montgomery (Alabama):

2020-07-10 - Woman, 35, found dead in the Tilton River near Morton (Washington):

2020-07-10 - Man found dead near Valley Road in Richmond (Virginia):

2020-07-10 - Man, 59, found dead near Lon Hagler Reservoir (Colorado):

2020-07-10 - Man, 32, found dead in Lake Texoma (Texas):

2020-07-10 - Man found dead in Lake Arrowhead (Virginia):

2020-07-10 - Man found dead in the Coachella Canal in Indio (California):

2020-07-10 - Man, 57, found dead in Beardslee Reservoir (California):

2020-07-10 - Man jumps into the water to retrieve phone and dies in Lake Ontario in Toronto (Canada):

2020-07-10 - Man has 'medical incident' and drops dead on Pinehurst Road in Swindon (Britain):

Quote: "A spokesperson for Wiltshire Police said: 'We can confirm that a man has sadly died following a medical incident on Pinehurst Road, Swindon earlier this evening. This is being treated as a sudden, non suspicious death. Our thoughts are with his family.'"

2020-07-10 - Passenger has 'medical incident' on ferry ship off coastal Picton (New Zealand):

Quote: "A spokesman for KiwiRail, which operates the service that runs between the North and South islands, said that the 2.15pm sailing from Picton was briefly disrupted on Saturday after a passenger had a medical incident on board."

2020-07-10 - Driver has 'medical emergency', car crashes into pole, in Rochester (New York):

Quote: "EMS personnel said a driver who had a medical emergency crashed into a pole on North Goodman Street Friday morning."

2020-07-10 - Small plane crashes into woods near Dustin (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2020-07-10 - Small plane crashes and burns on street in coastal São Paulo (Brazil), 1 killed:

2020-07-10 - Tanker truck overturns on County Highway V in Caledonia (Wisconsin):

2020-07-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on the New Jersey Turnpike in Secaucus (New Jersey):

2020-07-10 - Box truck veers across median, crashes into two trailers and a car, on I-81 in Wythe County (Virginia), 1 killed:

2020-07-10 - SUV crashes into guardrail shortly before 6 AM, bursts into flame, in Greenville (Delaware), 1 killed:

2020-07-10 - Pickup truck crashes into RV trailer in Big Rock (Illinois):

Quote: "Sheriff's officials say in a message to WSPY that initially it looks like the at fault driver may have suffered a medical event but again, all injuries were minor."

2020-07-10 - Two cars crash, fire erupts, at the West Norfolk Bridge in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia), 2 injured:

2020-07-10 - Car overturns into ditch at 11:45 AM, bursts into flame, in Houston (Texas), 2 injured:

2020-07-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into barrier, bursts into flame, near Carlsbad (New Mexico), 1 injured:

2020-07-10 - Man runs around in traffic then has 'medical episode' and drops dead in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

Quote: "A man died from a medical episode near Navajo Street and Scenic Highway across from the Exxon Mobil Baton Rouge Chemical Plant Friday morning. Darrel Thomas, 43, was first seen laying in the driveway in front of the Exxon plant entrance gate when a security detail called EMS. Emergency crews say that Thomas appeared to be stable and calmed down when they left the scene. Authorities told WBRZ that moments after EMS left Thomas was seen running in and out of traffic when a security detail of off-duty law enforcement at Exxon handcuffed and detained Thomas and then called EMS. They went on to say the man was detained on the side of the road awaiting transportation to the hospital when he suffered from some sort of medical episode."

2020-07-10 - Bear opens front door and attacks man inside home in Aspen (Colorado):

2020-07-10 - Bear attacks and injures man in Kashmir (India):

2020-07-10 - Landslides hit Pokhara (Nepal), 10+ killed, 30 missing:

2020-07-10 - Sinkhole opens on road in Crewe (Britain):

2020-07-10 - Dam ruptures, water washes homes away, in Ruza (Russia):

2020-07-10 - Man has 'medical episode' and collapses at store in Guildford (Britain):

Quote: "A man has suffered a medical episode while shopping in Guildford prompting an air ambulance to land at the scene. Emergency services were called at 9.10am on Friday (July 10) to reports a person had collapsed and was in need of medical attention at the Tesco store in Ashenden Road, just off Egerton Road."

2020-07-10 - Tropical Storm Fay strengthens and heads toward the US East Coast:

2020-07-10 - Flooding death toll rises to 66 in Japan, more floods expected:

2020-07-10 - Southern Norway enters July with record 32 feet of snow:

2020-07-10 - Texas governor warns of potential lockdown if Texans don't wear masks:

2020-07-10 - Evictions surge as cities in the US suspend moratoriums on evictions:

2020-07-10 - Job losses, bankruptcies and store closings at apocalyptic levels:


  1. Not a whole lot of good news in today's report Jonny. People keep dropping dead, especially around or in water. All types of accidents, vehicle fires, buildings burning and electrical explosions continue along on our way to collapse.

    Revealed Scale Of Habitat Loss For Endangered Birds

    A new study warns that the last remaining habitat for several endangered bird species in Europe could reduce by up to 50 per cent in the next century as farmers convert land to more profitable crops and meet increased demand for products such as olive oil and wine. [more]

    [see 2nd article below this one at the site]
    Stages of COVID 19 and treatment options And the power of GOD

    Dr. Samadi goes through the 4 stages of COVID-19 and what are the common and most effective treatments for each step. What helps people, beisdes medicine, is having faith, which helps them keep a positive attitude for their recovery. [more]

    Look Up! Summer’s First Major Meteor Shower Starts This Weekend

    The Delta Aquariids meteor shower, one of the longest of the year, starts on Sunday, July 12 and lasts until Sunday, August 23.

    Summer’s first major shower will peak on the night of Tuesday, July 28.

    The Delta Aquariids will be visible from 10 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. each night, but peak viewing lasts from 2:15 to 3:15 a.m. [more; perfect time for Jonny to take a break]

    BBN: 1.5C By 2024 Says WMO [~ 17.3 min.]

    After a brief break in thunderstorm activity, severe weather to ramp up across the Midwest on Monday

    Severe thunderstorm activity has been plentiful across the Plains and Midwest so far this month, and after a brief reprieve from wet weather on Sunday, the region will face the threat for potentially damaging thunderstorms once again early week.

    Another area to monitor during the day on Sunday will be across portions of the Ohio Valley, mid-South and southern Appalachians. [more]

    Naya Rivera Investigation: Police Reveal New Details 2 Days After Her Disappearance

    "Everything that we've learned so far leads to this being some sort of water recreational accident" [more]

    [2nd half below]

  2. Nearly 300 wildfires in Siberia amid record warm weather

    Russia's forest service said there were nearly 300 wildfires blazing across the vast country's northern wilderness on Saturday, as it attempted to contain them with methods including explosives and cloud seeding.

    Both the number and intensity of fires in Siberia and parts of Alaska have increased since mid-June, resulting in the highest carbon emissions for the month -- 59 million tonnes of CO2 -- since records began in 2003, it said. [more]

    China's southern Jiangxi declares highest flood alert

    Jiangxi province in southern China issued its highest flood warning on Saturday, predicting a big overflow from a lake on the Yangtze River as torrential rain continues to batter much of the country, state media said.

    The Jiangxi government raised its flood-control response level to I from II, the People's Daily said, the top level on China's four-tier scale, signalling disasters such as dam collapses or extraordinary floods simultaneously in several rivers. [more]

    China Buys Most U.S. Corn Since 1994, Edging Toward WTO Quotas

    China made its largest purchase of American corn in more than two decades and the second-biggest ever, taking the Asian nation closer to meeting or exceeding import quotas set by the World Trade Organization. [more]

    Dalai Lama: We Must Act As One to Preserve Our World

    Environmental experts say that over the next few decades, global warming will reach such a level that many water resources will go dry. So ecology and combatting global warming are very important.

    Now we should utilize our brains with compassion, and a sense of concern. [more]

    New York's hungry rats torment alfresco diners after lockdown famine

    New York City is starting to tentatively emerge from the ravages of the coronavirus pandemic but a revival in outdoor restaurant dining is facing a new hazard – a plague of rats.

    Diners are facing a surge in rat activity following a lockdown period where the rodents were cut off from key food sources as businesses including restaurants and grocery stores shut down, forcing rats to battle for snacks and even eat each other.

    Three more cases of Dengue fever confirmed in the Keys

    The Florida Keys has three new cases of the mosquito-borne disease Dengue fever, bringing the total number of cases to 14 this year, the Florida Department of Health announced Saturday.

    All the transmissions so far have been in the same general area of Key Largo, according to the health department. [more]

    [3rd half next]

  3. [How about some conflicting news?]
    Antibody tests around the world suggest very, very few people have built immunity to the coronavirus

    [and any vaccine will make you that much more susceptible]

    Around the world, antibody studies suggest that in most places, fewer than 1 in 10 people may have some degree of protection from another coronavirus infection.

    "The problem with antibody testing right now is that we don't know what it means," one vaccine scientist and virus expert told Business Insider. [more]

    68% of people tested at a New York clinic had coronavirus antibodies, raising hopes that some communities will be able to resist a second wave

    Over two-thirds of people tested at one New York City clinic tested positive for antibodies to the coronavirus.

    68% of those tested at a clinic in Corona, a predominantly Hispanic working-class neighbourhood in Queens, tested positive for coronavirus, according to the New York Times.

    This compares to just 13% at a more affluent neighbourhood in Brooklyn. [more; doesn't guarantee anything]

    Landmark Southern California Mission Damaged In Early Morning Fire

    A nearly 250-year-old mission that has was the inspiration for some early movie projects has been extensively damaged in an early morning fire on Saturday.

    The Mission San Gabriel, which was founded in 1771 and contained artifacts dating to that era, caught fire for unknown reasons. Its roof was demolished and interior damage was seen in photos No injuries were reported. [more]

    Tyson Foods is ramping up development of robots that can cut meat in response to coronavirus outbreaks in meatpacking plants

    Tyson Foods is accelerating development of robotic technology that will assist with meat processing following a series of coronavirus outbreaks at meatpacking facilities around the US.

    According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there have been a total of 16,233 coronavirus cases in meat processing facilities across 23 states.

    Tyson has already invested $500 million in robotics since 2017, but CEO Noel White told the Wall Street Journal the company plans to ramp up these efforts in response to the pandemic. [more]

    [4th half follows]

  4. Judge rejects Dakota Access pipeline request to stop closure

    A federal judge rejected a request from the operator of the Dakota Access Pipeline to halt an order to shut down the oil pipeline during a lengthy environmental review. [more]

    Coronavirus deaths take a long-expected turn for the worse in U.S

    A long-expected upturn in U.S. coronavirus deaths has begun, driven by fatalities in states in the South and West, according to data on the pandemic.

    experts predicted states that saw increases in cases and hospitalizations would, at some point, see deaths rise too. Now that’s happening. [more]

    Fire Burning Near Larkspur 50% Contained [short video]

    Migrant rescues in Arizona desert exceed 2019 total despite COVID-19 pandemic

    The number of migrants rescued by U.S. border agents so far this year in Arizona's desert wilderness has already surpassed the total for 2019, according to U.S. Border Patrol officials.

    Rescues spiked despite restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border during the COVID-19 pandemic and with three of the hottest months remaining in the fiscal year. [more]

    Russia's Nornickel reports another fuel leak in Arctic

    Russian mining giant Norilsk Nickel said on Sunday that around 45 tonnes of aviation fuel had leaked from its pipeline in the Arctic.

    Arctic environment security has been in the spotlight at Nornickel's assets since another leak of 21,000 tonnes of diesel from Nornickel's power plant near the city of Norilsk on May 29.

    "A pipeline owned by Norilsktransgaz was depressurized while pumping aviation fuel in the area of Tukhard settlement," Nornickel said in a statement.

    "According to the preliminary data, as a result of the depressurization, which lasted about 15 minutes, there was a spill of up to 44.5 tonnes of fuel." [more]

    The FDA just updated its list of hand sanitizers you should avoid to include products that contain the deadly chemical methanol

  5. Chicago air is dirtier this July than smog-choked Los Angeles. More bad air is forecast

    After missing out on cleaner air during the coronavirus lockdown, the Chicago area just suffered its longest streak of high-pollution days in more than a decade.

    Nine consecutive days of bad air swept through the region amid an emerging scientific link between exposure to pollution and COVID-19 death rates. Low-income, predominantly Black and Latino communities are being hit the hardest.

    Air quality has been so poor, the entire Chicago area ended up dirtier than notoriously smog-choked Los Angeles during the beginning of the month, according to a Chicago Tribune review of federal data.

    Satellites and land-based monitors tracked how unusually hot, sunny weather in the Midwest baked exhaust from automobile tailpipes, diesel engines and factory smokestacks into smog, also known as ground-level ozone. [more]

    Japan is 'shocked' and furious at the US after a major coronavirus outbreak at 2 Marine bases in Okinawa — and says the US is not taking the virus seriously

    61 Marines have been infected with the virus in recent days, spread across two bases in Okinawa prefecture, home to about 26,000 US service personnel.

    Okinawa has only had around 150 confirmed coronavirus cases in total as of July 10, although it is unclear whether the 61 US Marines infected are included in the total. [more]

    Florida sets one-day record with over 15,000 new COVID cases, more than most countries

    Florida reported a record increase of more than 15,000 new cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours on Sunday, as the Trump administration renewed its push for schools to reopen and anti-mask protests were planned in Michigan and Missouri.

    If Florida were a country, it would rank fourth in the world for the most new cases in a day behind the United States, Brazil and India, according to a Reuters analysis. [more]

    Virus surge visible across Texas: 'The tsunami is here'

    Urgent calls for field hospitals. Cars lined up for hours at drive-thru testing centers. Bars boarded up and grocery stores enforcing masks.

    Texas today resembles the state in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Except now, the outbreak is far worse.

    Records for COVID-19-related deaths and hospitalizations are set almost daily and Texas, the state that embarked on one of America’s fastest reopenings, is in retreat. Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who on Friday extended a statewide disaster order first issued in March, is now telling the public to brace for what’s ahead. [more]

    Why the Next Market Crash Could Happen This Month

    It's evident at this point that another crash will happen; the only question is when. Here's why investors should be bracing for a possible crash as early as this month. [more]

    SpaceX cancels launch of dozens more Starlink satellites

    SpaceX wrote on Twitter that the mission needed "more time for checkouts" and the team was working to identify the next launch opportunity. [more]

  6. 18 sailors injured as US military ship catches fire & is covered in massive plume of smoke in San Diego (PHOTO, VIDEO)

    The USS Bonhomme Richard has caught fire at a naval base in San Diego. Footage from the scene shows a large plume of smoke emitting from under the ship's deck; one explosion and injuries among the crew have been confirmed.

    So far, it remains unclear what triggered the blaze. Local fire department said that at least one explosion occurred aboard the ship during the blaze. [more]

    Group seeking truth behind one of Soviet greatest mysteries, Dyatlov Pass deaths, rejects official probe that blamed avalanche
    Nepal flood toll mounts to 23

    [35 still missing]

    Brazil – Thousands Displaced as Rivers Overflow in Rio Grande Do Sul

    Authorities report 2 people have died and over 7,000 people displaced. The flooding comes just days after areas of southern Brazil were hit by a deadly cyclone. [more; videos]

    India – Floods and Landslides in Arunachal Pradesh Leave 8 Dead

    Four people died after rain triggered a landslide in the Modirijo area between Itanagar and Naharlagun, while 4 members of the same family died after a landslide in Papum Pare district. Flash flooding was also reported in areas around Itanagar. [more]

    15-year-old surfer killed by shark in Australia: police

    15-year-old surfer died Saturday when he was mauled by a shark, the second fatal attack in a week in Australia and already at least the fifth this year.

    What are the ‘lights of fire’ that appeared in the sky of Mexico after the storm

    On Friday night, a strange phenomenon in the night sky known as sprites, caught the attention of the inhabitants of Villahermosa, Tabasco. [more]

  7. [celebrity death]
    Nicole Thea, YouTube star, has died at age 24

    Nicole Thea, a YouTube star known for her videos about pregnancy, is dead at 24. Her son has also passed away.

    It's unclear what caused Thea and her unborn son's deaths. [more]