Friday, July 24, 2020

Event Update For 2020-07-23

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

2020-07-23 - H2S-spewing sargassum seaweed hits beaches again in Palm Beach County (Florida):

Quote: "In some locations, especially in the Caribbean, the seaweed impacted tourism. And, on certain islands, as the seaweed decayed, the resulting toxic gases affected some people’s health. LaPointe said these massive sargassum seaweed accumulations have only been happening during the past decade."

2020-07-23 - East Antarctic Ice Sheet in more danger of collapse than previously thought, could raise sea level by 10 feet:

Quote: "The East Antarctic Ice Sheet could be in more danger of collapsing than previously thought, National Geographic reports. The ice sheet is the world’s largest, holding 80% of the planet’s ice. But some 400,000 years ago, a large chunk about the size of Arizona collapsed into the ocean, causing sea levels to rise by more than 3 meters. The worrying thing is that this happened during a period of relatively mild warmth, according to a study published yesterday in Nature. And it could happen again. At the time of the previous collapse, the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere had reached about 300 parts per million (ppm). It now stands at 400 ppm."

2020-07-23 - Small plane bursts into flame mid-air then lands at airport and runs off runway, near Basel (Switzerland), 3 injured:

Quote: "The aircraft landed on fire and went off the runway."

Quote: "There were three people in the aircraft, two of whom were seriously injured, said the Haut-Rhin prefecture. According to the site 'Latest News from Alsace', All three are Swiss nationals, aged 30, 35 and 60, and the fire broke out in the cabin of the aircraft."

Note: This is the 36th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2020...

2020-07-23 - Massive tire fire burns at tire recycling center near Fort Lupton (Colorado):

Quote: "It's a site called Tire Mountain, according to FLPD. It is the largest tire landfill in North America, according to the website of CH2E, the company that operates the center."

2020-07-23 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame in the Town of Union (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

2020-07-23 - Wildfires rage out of control for second day near coastal Corinth (Greece):

2020-07-23 - Torrential rain and flooding continue to wreak havoc across southern Asia:

2020-07-23 - Ferry ship 'Filipinas Dinagat' bursts into flame near coastal Cebu (Philippine Island), crew and passengers abandon ship:

Quote: "Fire started on board of passenger ro-ro ferry FILIPINAS DINAGAT at around 2200 LT (UTC +8) Jul 23, when the ship was under way in Visayan sea north of Ceby City, Cebu Island, Philippines, en route from Ceby City to Palompon Leyte. Ferry in a short time was engulfed in flames, Captain ordered all on board to abandon the ship."

2020-07-23 - Boat bursts into flame while docked in coastal Miami (Florida):

Note: These are the 665th and 666th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-07-23 - Train car bursts into flame in Temple (Texas):

2020-07-23 - Crane truck bursts into flame on the M62 near Ripponden (Britain):

2020-07-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M6 in Nuneaton (Britain):

Note: These are the 1045th and 1046th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-07-23 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on overpass in coastal Shoreham-by-Sea (Britain):

2020-07-23 - USPS mail truck bursts into flame on Glenwilton Lane in Williamsburg (Virginia):

2020-07-23 - RV bursts into flame on I-70 near Lookout Mountain (Colorado):

Note: This is the 230th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-07-23 - USPS mail SUV bursts into flame on street in Montoursville (Pennsylvania):

2020-07-23 - SUV bursts into flame at business in Killeen (Texas):

2020-07-23 - SUV bursts into flame on the A65 near Skipton (Britain):

2020-07-23 - Car bursts into flame on Route 6 in coastal West Barnstable (Massachusetts):

2020-07-23 - Car bursts into flame on Hylan Boulevard in coastal Prince's Bay (New York):

2020-07-23 - Car bursts into flame on street near the Vistula River in Warsaw (Poland):

2020-07-23 - Car bursts into flame at 5:26 AM on Great North Road in Little Paxton (Britain):

2020-07-23 - Car bursts into flame on the M54 near Wellington (Britain):

2020-07-23 - Several TV news trucks, cars and garage go up in flames in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "Cars and several TV news trucks were damaged in the fire."

2020-07-23 - Two vehicles and mobile home destroyed by fire in Alanson (Michigan), nobody there:

Quote: "A fire that broke out at an Alanson mobile home park Thursday destroyed a home and two vehicles, but resulted in no injuries."

2020-07-23 - Barn destroyed by fire in Hilltown Township (Pennsylvania), 3 injured:

2020-07-23 - Six businesses destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM at strip mall on Uniondale Avenue in Uniondale (New York):

2020-07-23 - Commercial building destroyed by fire on Northwest Front Street in Walnut Ridge (Arkansas):

2020-07-23 - Home damaged by garage fire on George Street in coastal Portland (Maine):

2020-07-23 - Home damaged by fire at 4:15 AM on Colony Street in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2020-07-23 - Home damaged by fire at 5:30 AM on Manor Road in Chittenango (New York):

2020-07-23 - Home damaged by fire on Faringdon Drive in Crystal Lake (Illinois):

2020-07-23 - Home heavily damaged by fire on North Metcalf Street in Lima (Ohio), dog killed, nobody there:

2020-07-23 - Home destroyed by fire just before 4:30 AM on Pryor Creek Road in Huntley (Montana):

2020-07-23 - Apartment building under construction destroyed by huge fire at 3:15 AM in Reno (Nevada):

2020-07-23 - Condo complex heavily damaged by fire off Vista Way in coastal Oceanside (California):

2020-07-23 - Deadly fire burns home on Hunting Creek Road in Huntingtown (Maryland), 1 killed:

2020-07-23 - Deadly fire destroys home just after 4:30 AM in coastal Surrey (Canada), 2 killed:

2020-07-23 - Vacant home burns just before 2 AM on Seneca Street in Buffalo (New York):

2020-07-23 - Rare deepwater Blainville's beaked whale washes ashore dead on beach in New South Wales (Australia):

Quote: "A precarious operation is underway to move the carcass of a rare whale that washed up on the NSW Central Coast. The Blainville's beaked whale, believed to be more than four metres long, drew a crowd at The Entrance today."

2020-07-23 - Man and woman, 62 and 56, found dead in the Yakima River in Kittitas County (Washington), boy dies in water too:

2020-07-23 - Three men, 18, 18 and 19, die in the water at waterfall in Madhya Pradesh (India):

2020-07-23 - Man, 43, drops dead in parking lot before 6:20 AM in Elkhart (Indiana):

2020-07-23 - Boy, 15, jumps into the water and dies in Lake Linganore (Maryland):

2020-07-23 - Man, 30, dies in Mobile Bay in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2020-07-23 - Man found dead near office building at Lake Murray State Park (Oklahoma):

2020-07-23 - Person found dead near ferry terminal in coastal Kure Beach (North Carolina):

2020-07-23 - Person found dead in the Santa Cruz River near Tucson (Arizona):

2020-07-23 - Person found dead at beach in coastal Makaha (Hawaii):

2020-07-23 - Man, 52, dies in the Mississippi River in Moline (Illinois):

2020-07-23 - Man, 23, found dead near Strathroy (Canada):

2020-07-23 - Woman found dead in Bingham's Pond in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2020-07-23 - Man, 62, loses consciousness on boat near coastal Masonboro Inlet (North Carolina):

Quote: "The Coast Guard medevaced a 62-year-old man who passed out aboard a 33-foot Onslow Bay pleasure craft approximately 30 miles east of Masonboro Inlet, North Carolina, Thursday afternoon."

2020-07-23 - Woman has 'medical episode' and loses consciousness, car crashes into mobile home, in Victoria (Texas):

Quote: "A silver Chevy Malibu crashed into an unoccupied mobile home on Houston Highway at about 8:49 p.m. Thursday evening after the driver had a medical episode that caused her to pass out, said Victoria Police Officer Brandon Stehle."

2020-07-23 - Small plane crash-lands in field in Jamul (California):

2020-07-23 - Philippine Air Force helicopter crashes and burns in coastal Isabela (Philippine Islands), 4 killed:

2020-07-23 - Tractor trailer veers off road and crashes on US 24 in Defiance (Ohio), 1 killed:

2020-07-23 - Tractor trailer overturns just before 1:30 AM on Highway 212 in Watertown (South Dakota), 1 injured:

2020-07-23 - Tractor trailer crashes into median at 1 AM, bursts into flame, on Loop 1604 in San Antonio (Texas), 1 injured:

2020-07-23 - Tractor trailer crashes on US 35 near Henderson (West Virginia):

2020-07-23 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on Latrobe Road in Plymouth (California), 4 killed:

2020-07-23 - Shark attacks and injures boy in New Smyrna Beach (Florida):

2020-07-23 - Swarm of bees attacks children at Jay Blanchard Park in Union Park (Florida):

2020-07-23 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures person on Broadway Road in Mesa (Arizona):

2020-07-23 - Woman, 44, has breathing problems on houseboat in coastal Neets Bay (Alaska):

Quote: "Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Juneau received a report at approximately 10 p.m. of a 44-year-old woman on a float house in Neets Bay who was experiencing breathing difficulties and related complications."

2020-07-23 - Cost of food in the US rose for the sixth straight month in June:

2020-07-23 - Shallow magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes Western Xizang (China):

2020-07-23 - Douglas becomes a major hurricane on its way toward Hawaii:

2020-07-23 - Six tornadoes touch down near Stratford and Woodstock (Canada):

2020-07-23 - Tornado hits PatzĂșn (Guatemala):[2%20videos]

2020-07-23 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Pattaya (Thailand):

2020-07-23 - Double meteor showers will light up the night sky next week:

2020-07-23 - Excess deaths surge in South Africa as COVID-19 spreads like wildfire:

2020-07-23 - St. Louis County and Missouri set new daily records for COVID-19 infections:

2020-07-23 - Unemployment claims rose to 1.4 million in the US last week:

2020-07-23 - US is on a collision course with a double-dip recession:

2020-07-23 - Banks are paying people to bring in their spare change as national coin shortage takes place:


  1. i'm doin' a road trip this morning to MD (visiting oldest son), an easy hour drive south. Hope you Jonny and all your readers have a pleasant Saturday, as the doom rolls along.

    So here we go with the killer seaweed influx again! Another rare crane truck, train car, mail truck and garbage truck fire on this day. Nothin' like a BIG STINKIN' tire fire to pollute a wide area.

    [Let's start with an important message]
    Put a F**king Mask On! [~ 4 min. Pie vid]

    BBN: Low Range Of Warming 2.3C Says Scientists [~ 22 min.]

    Saturday, 25 July 2020
    The people are testing “positive” for coronavirus tests they never receive

    SCIENCE FRAUD: Florida Gov. DeSantis calls for investigation into why people are testing “positive” for coronavirus tests they never receive

    Now it appears as though people who were never even tested are being told, possibly at random, that they have the coronavirus, which further skews the official statistics and makes it seem as though “spikes” of infection are occurring when they are actually not.

    The official coronavirus narrative is collapsing like a house of cards [more; unless this too is part of the deception . .]

    Wayne Dupree: US mayors show they’re on board with the destruction of their cities. This makes them accomplices of insurgency

    When Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler went out to protesters and, despite getting verbal abuse and calls to resign, sided with them against the president, he became complicit in the destruction of the city he had been entrusted with.

    [we saw this recently - here's the mainstream version]
    Pentagon will make some UFO findings public

    For over a decade, the program, now tucked inside the Office of Naval Intelligence, has discussed mysterious events in classified briefings. [more; should be "interesting"]

    The melt in Greenland

    Russia Delivers First Arctic Oil To Key Ally China

    Last week saw Russia’s Gazprom Neft, the country’s third biggest oil company by output and the oil arm of state gas giant Gazprom, ship its first cargo of oil produced in the Arctic to China via the Northern Sea Route (NSR). [more]

    [OF COURSE they did]
    The scientific paper establishing a link between 5G and coronavirus has been REMOVED 5G publication REMOVED from

    [5G Radiation Linked To Coronavirus Infection, New Study Suggests]

    A new paper published in the Journal of Biological Regulators & Homeostatic Agents posits there may be a unique, causally connected relationship between 5G millimeter wave exposure and coronavirus — an idea which, though widely discussed early on in the global COVID crisis, was eventually dismissed as “conspiracy theory” by the mainstream media and government officials, resulting in widespread censorship on social media platforms. [the list should START with Gov. Officials - ie. the lying CIA who DIRECTS the mainstream media]


  2. That study on 5G link to coronavirus was withdrawn. I'm extremely skeptical of any link. If there were such a link, then ground zero for coronavirus problems would obviously be South Korea, which is covered with 5G and is the country with BY FAR the most 5G installations. They're huge on their cellphones there and the entire country has embraced 5G technology. No health problems. They did have a little outbreak of coronavirus, but they got it tamped down lickety split and are among the countries with the fewest deaths in the world. The most pervasive 5G network in the world with one of the smallest coronavirus death tolls in the world doesn't jibe with 5G-link-with-coronavirus theories.

  3. That's good analysis Jonny. I'm gonna wait & see how it all pans out. I don't doubt that it's harmful - like any radiation, there will be an effect, but it may take time to develop.

  4. ["i think it'll be a while til the heavy stuff comes down"]
    Hurricane "Douglas" continues WNW toward Hawaii, pre-landfall emergency issued

    Category 2 Hurricane "Douglas" continues moving WNW toward Hawaii and is expected to be near hurricane strength when it nears the islands Saturday night (LT) through Sunday, July 25 and 26, 2020. [more]

    Texas bracing for Hurricane "Hanna" - landfall expected this afternoon or early this evening

    Tropical Storm "Hanna" remains in an atmospheric and oceanic environment conducive for strengthening, and is expected to reach hurricane status before it makes landfall this afternoon (LT) or early this evening, July 25, 2020, along the coast of southern Texas. [more]

    Summer storm and flooding in Taif, Saudi Arabia

    Heavy rains on Friday brought this picturesque city near Makkah in western Saudi Arabia to a standstill, flooding roads and trapping cars, media reports said. [more]

    Storm causes flooding in Zagreb, Croatia

    A big storm that hit the Croatian capital of Zagreb on Friday night has left the city underwater and in chaos.[more; videos]

    3 killed as small plane crashes into apartment block in Germany

    An ultralight plane has smashed into the roof of a five-story residential building in the town of Wesel in northwestern Germany. At least three people were killed in the crash, with two others injured, including a child.

    Some German outlets cited witnesses claiming the plane crashed into the building after a collision with a hot air balloon, but this has not been officially confirmed. [more; incl.:]

    [SOTT]Comment: Also reported today, a small plane crashed shortly after take off in Brazil, two of the occupants received serious injuries [video]

    [must be gettin' close to election]
    Trump takes victory lap after prescription drug executive order

    "Yesterday I signed four measures that will massively reduce the prices of prescription drugs, in many cases by more than 50%. Nothing like this has ever been done before because Big Pharma, with its vast power, would not let it happen," Trump said in a tweet Saturday.

    "Expensive Insulin went from big dollars to virtual pennies. Epi-pens went from their incredibly high, jacked up prices, to lower than their original give away bargains," he continued. "Biggest price reductions in history, by far! Nothing like this has ever for our citizens, especially our Seniors. REMEMBER YOUR FAVORITE PRESIDENT!" [Jimmy Carter?]

    Most notable among the provisions is a new requirement prohibiting drug companies from charging Medicare more than what they charge other nations for the same drugs. [more]

    [part 2 below]

  5. [from the Morning Pest]
    Locust swarms in China's southwestern province of Yunnan met with pesticide-carrying drones

    Swarms of yellow-spined bamboo locusts have decimated large areas of farmland around the city of Pu'er in China's southwestern province of Yunnan. Local authorities believe the crop-eating pests originated outside the province which borders Laos. Officials have deployed drones carrying pesticides in a bid to limit the spread of the insects which started to appear in late June 2020. [video]

    Mystery of dying seabirds: More starving birds found in Bering Strait region for 4th consecutive year - 6th in a row for Alaska

    Reports of dead seabirds found on the shores of Western Alaska are being documented again this summer. According to local experts this would mark the fourth year in a row the Bering Strait region has seen a seabird die-off, if the number of bird casualties continue to rise. [more]

    Flood death toll at least 111 as conditions worsen in Bangladesh

    At least 111 people have now died in Bangladesh due to floods that have ravaged the country's northern parts for almost a month, authorities said on Saturday.

    Eleven more fatalities were reported in various flood-hit areas as the situation continues to deteriorate since the onset of monsoon rains at the end of June.

    According to the country's health authorities, nearly 9,500 people in low-lying areas have fallen victim to water-borne diseases over the past 25 days.

    Earlier this week, UNICEF said more than 2.4 million people, including around 1.3 million children, have been impacted, with more than half a million - around 550,000 - families displaced from their homes. [more]

    7 Yellowstone-area grizzly bear attacks this year - record high for the first 6 months

    Wildlife officials have documented seven grizzly bear encounters resulting in injuries so far this year in the three-state greater Yellowstone region, an increase compared to the previous high mark of three injuries in the first half of 2007. [more]

    [Caitlyn ain't buyin' it]
    The Pentagon is probably lying again about UFOs

    whenever you see an article reporting anything about the US war machine in The New York Times, your response should always be intense skepticism.

    So the New York Times article offers us two possibilities for these UFO phenomena:

    That there are "vehicles not made on this earth" taking a keen interest in US military bases for some strange reason, or
    That this is actually some secret super advanced technology possessed by the Russians or the Chinese.

    Option #1 makes little sense. Why would a species so advanced that it has mastered interstellar travel have any interest in human governments and their military forces?

    Option #2 reminds one of the bogus "missile gap" narrative that JFK dishonestly sold the American public about the Soviets holding military superiority over the US in their nuclear arsenal. And anyway if a foreign government has this military technology, why didn't they use it to become the top military superpower years ago?

    Completely unexamined by the Times, to nobody's surprise, is a third possibility: that the US war machine is lying. [more]

    [part III next]

  6. [on the other hand]

    Evidence suggests UFO whistleblower Bob Lazar was telling the truth all along - world owes him an apology

    So isn't it time Bob Lazar got a second hearing in the court of public opinion?

    The man put Area 51 on the pop-cultural map in 1989, when during an interview with Las Vegas investigative reporter George Knapp, he made claims that would have sent Fox Mulder to a fainting couch. Lazar said he had worked at a top-secret military base, S-4, near Papoose Lake, where his job was to reverse-engineer crashed alien flying saucers. It was like hearing someone casually say they provided dental care to the Loch Ness Monster. I'm sorry, what?

    I remember thinking Bob must be smoking crack out of a Bunsen burner.

    But here's the thing: 30 years later, nothing Lazar said has been disproven. Nothing.

    Oh, I know the skeptics want to discredit him based on flimsy allegations he falsified his education or previous employment with the Los Alamos National Laboratory. But did he? Knapp visited that lab with Lazar many moons ago and they were granted access without showing credentials. Security recognized Lazar, who gave Knapp a guided tour while waving to former colleagues who waved back. I can tell you right now, if I wander into the Globe and Mail newsroom and start waving at people, I'm going to get tackled and escorted out by security. You can't fake working at a place. So if Lazar really worked at Los Alamos — which officially has no record of him — why should we question his Area 51 claims?

    There is also no record of Lazar's birth. Does that mean he does not exist?

    I'd then go several steps further and ask, "Why should we doubt anything Lazar says about UFOs?"

    In a video authenticated by the Navy this year, a spacecraft is rotating and flying belly-up, exactly as Lazar described in the '80s. It's eerie. When he first talked about Element 115 as a possible power source of antigravitational propulsion, it didn't exist on the periodic table. Now it does. Is that not a strange coincidence? What about his sketches that could now be blueprints for UFOs?

    As far as I can tell, Bob Lazar has been vindicated at every turn. [more]

    Mistake by Florida on child COVID-19 rate raises question: Can Florida's numbers be trusted?

    An error by the Florida Department of Health produced a COVID-19 positivity rate for children of nearly one-third, a stunning figure that played into the debate over whether schools should reopen.

    A week after issuing that statistic, the department took it back without explanation. The next weekly report on children and COVID-19 showed the rate had plunged to 13.4%.

    The department blamed a “computer programming error” for the mistake, in response to questions from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Experts said the change and the failure to explain it to the public calls into question the state’s data at a time when accurate and trustworthy information is crucial to a society grappling with an unprecedented health crisis. [more]

    [4th section follows]

  7. [of course it is!]
    Shell offsetting carbon in Scottish forest is 'greenwashing', Government official warned

    Shell’s plan to use Scottish forests for carbon offsetting is “greenwashing”, Government officials warned before accepting £5million for the scheme to go ahead. [more; pfff - a bribe!]

    CDC warns of a 'rapidly growing' Salmonella outbreak amid more than 200 reported infections

    On Friday, the CDC reported that a total of 212 people from 23 states have been infected with Salmonella with a total of 31 hospitalizations.

    The CDC has not "identified a specific food, grocery store, or restaurant as the source of this outbreak," according to the report. [more; oh hey, thanks for the help . . ..]

    [let's play ball!]
    Thousands of stranded Filipinos crammed into baseball stadium amid coronavirus risks

    Thousands of Filipinos were crammed into a baseball stadium in Manila on Saturday, breaking social distancing rules despite coronavirus risks, after people wanting to return to their home provinces flooded a government transportation program.

    Officials had reserved the stadium as a place to test people before transporting them back to their home provinces under a program to help people who had lost their jobs in the capital return to their families elsewhere. [more]

    How the global oil collapse ripped a hole in US state budgets [behind paywall]

    Next week we’ll learn the size of the hole the U.S. economy fell into when COVID-19 struck

    Economists expect an unprecedented 33% contraction in U.S. April-June GDP [more]

  8. [some Saturday headlines from Rice Farmer]
    News Links, July 25, 2020
    Rice Farmer

    Gold surges to record close as U.S.-China tensions escalate and coronavirus concerns rise

    Gold and Silver Roar Higher: The Canaries in the Coal Mine

    Dollar Is Losing Its Luster With Investors Lining Up to Go Short

    FAA warns of possible engine shutdowns in safety directive on older Boeing 737 jets [what?]

    Boeing to delay 777X as demand drops for big jets - sources

    U.S. - China Spat Over Quarantine And Consulates Continues

    Trump's troop drawdown from Germany will take 'years,' says Inhofe [ah, snowball man!]

    Schlumberger eyes deeper cost cuts as oil rout triggers $3.7 billion charge

    Mandatory masks becoming the rule amid Europe's virus uptick

    India sees record 49,000 new coronavirus cases, drug shortages in places

    Why the Unraveling Will Accelerate

    24 million Americans fear missing next rent payment as benefits dry up

    AT&T Says 338,000 Customers Stopped Paying Phone Bill During Pandemic

    Eviction Moratorium Expires Today, Putting Millions Of Renters At Risk

    Telework mostly benefits white, affluent Americans – and offers few climate benefits