Thursday, November 5, 2020

Event Update For 2020-11-04

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

2020-11-04 - Chemical warehouse explodes and burns in Ahmedabad (India), 12 killed:

2020-11-04 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame in Wisbech (Britain):

2020-11-04 - Giant iceberg the size of Delaware floating near the island of South Georgia, may run aground and threaten wildlife:

Quote: "A giant iceberg the size of the U.S. state of Delaware is floating toward the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, raising fears it could indirectly endanger young wildlife. The British Antarctic Survey said Wednesday it is concerned the iceberg may run aground near the island, preventing land-based marine predators from reaching food supplies and returning to their offspring."

Quote: "The giant iceberg, named A68, has been floating north since it broke off from the Larsen C ice shelf in July 2017, the Antarctic Survey said. South Georgia, located in the southern Atlantic Ocean, is a British overseas territory."

2020-11-04 - Hurricane Eta slams Nicaragua, kills girl in Honduras:

2020-11-04 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Sanharo (Brazil), nearly six months' worth of rain falls in one day:

2020-11-04 - Was plastics being mixed with oil in Mauritius spill to produce a horror 'Frankenstein fuel'?

2020-11-04 - More than 100 pilot whales strand, 3 die, in Sri Lanka:

2020-11-04 - Home explodes and burns at 5:36 AM in Washburn (Missouri), 3+ injured:

Note: This is the 101st residential explosion in 2020...

2020-11-04 - Horse arena destroyed by massive blaze at 3:57 AM near Battle Ground (Washington):

2020-11-04 - Two boats destroyed by fire before 7 AM while docked in coastal Naantali (Finland):

Note: These are the 1049th and 1050th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on I-5 in Lake Shasta (California):

2020-11-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Slaton Highway near Posey (Texas):

2020-11-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 in coastal Walton County (Florida):

2020-11-04 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame near Coonpath Road in Greenfield Township (Ohio):

2020-11-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M11 near Newport (Britain):

Note: These are the 1558th, 1559th, 1560th, 1561st and 1562nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-04 - Ambulance bursts into flame on the A49 in Herefordshire (Britain):

2020-11-04 - RV bursts into flame while parked near 7-11 in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

Note: This is the 340th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-11-04 - Van bursts into flame on the A23 in Hickstead (Britain):

2020-11-04 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at property on River Road in Socastee (South Carolina):

2020-11-04 - Pickup truck bursts into flame just before 6:30 AM on Beltway 8 in Pasadena (Texas):

2020-11-04 - Car bursts into flame while parked near restaurant in coastal Biloxi (Mississippi):

2020-11-04 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home on Euclid Avenue in Fayetteville (New York):

2020-11-04 - Car bursts into flame on McGlashan Street in Taylor (Australia):

2020-11-04 - Car bursts into flame on road in coastal Mumbai (India):

2020-11-04 - Car bursts into flame on the A1 near Stamford (Britain):

2020-11-04 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M65 near Bamber Bridge (Britain):

2020-11-04 - Barn destroyed by fire near Fernando Drive in Hobart (Wisconsin), cattle killed:

2020-11-04 - Barn destroyed by fire near Ritter (Iowa):

2020-11-04 - Home damaged by basement fire just after 6:30 AM on 214th Street in coastal Queens (New York), 2 injured:

2020-11-04 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire at 4 AM on Gordonville Road in Aston (Pennsylvania):

2020-11-04 - Home destroyed by fire at 5:25 AM at Surfside Road in MacLean Lane in coastal Nantucket (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

2020-11-04 - Home under construction destroyed by fire just before 11 PM on Kailey Dale Way in Corryton (Tennessee):

2020-11-04 - Home destroyed by fire on Morrison Avenue fire in Bangor (Michigan):

2020-11-04 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Rice Street in Stevens Point (Wisconsin):

2020-11-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at Willow Creek Apartments on Stagecoach Road in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2020-11-04 - Deadly fire burns home on Misty Glen Circle in Columbia (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-11-04 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in Hebron (North Dakota), 1 killed:

2020-11-04 - Vacant home burns on Macedonia Drive in Montgomery (Alabama):

2020-11-04 - Vacant restaurant burns in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2020-11-04 - Man and woman, 31 and 32, found dead in hot tub at condo complex in Snowmass Village (Colorado):

Quote: "Two visitors, a man and woman in their 30s, were found dead in a Snowmass Village condo complex hot tub Wednesday morning, authorities said. Foul play is not suspected. The names of the victims were being withheld Wednesday night pending notification of their relatives. The man was 31 years old and the woman 32. Both were from out of state, authorities said."

2020-11-04 - Four boys die in pond in Chikkaballapur (India):

2020-11-04 - Man, 26, found dead in wooded area in Saluda County (South Carolina):

2020-11-04 - Man found dead in car on North Dunton Avenue in coastal East Patchogue (New York):

2020-11-04 - Man, 50 to 60, found dead in pond at Lakeside Park in Duncanville (Texas):

2020-11-04 - Woman, 38, drops dead on porch in Port Jervis (New York):

2020-11-04 - Person found dead on recreation trail at Mahood Lake (Canada):

2020-11-04 - Man, 37, has seizure then topples into pond and dies near his home in Barrackpore on the island of Trinidad:

Quote: "A post mortem confirmed that Ali died as a result of drowning, but it also revealed he suffered a seizure shortly before his death. It is believed that he suffered the seizure and fell into the pool."

2020-11-04 - Man, 22, found dead in ravine in coastal Panvel (India):

2020-11-04 - Man found dead on beach in coastal Longniddry (Scotland):

2020-11-04 - Man has 'medical incident' and dies on Chapel Lane in Abbotsbury (Britain), 4100 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "A spokesman for Dorset Police said: 'We received a report from the ambulance service at 3.54pm on Wednesday 4 November 2020 requesting assistance in relation to a medical incident on Chapel Lane in Abbotsbury near Weymouth. Officers attended and very sadly a man was pronounced dead at the scene. His death is not being treated as suspicious and his family has been informed. Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time.'"

2020-11-04 - Man, 18, has 'medical episode', SUV hits wall and overturns, in coastal Fairfield (Connecticut), 1 injured:

Quote: "A teen suffered serious injuries in a crash on Fairfield Woods Road Wednesday night after an apparent medical episode, police officials said."

2020-11-04 - Girl, 17, has 'medical incident', car crashes into signs, in Fremont (Nebraska):

Quote: "Investigators believe the 17-year-old suffered a medical incident prior to the crash, but she was not transported to any area hospital."

2020-11-04 - Driver has 'medical issue', car crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, on I-41 in Winnebago County (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

Quote: "A medical issue for a driver led to a fire that closed part of Interstate 41 Wednesday morning."

2020-11-04 - Man, 66, has 'medical episode' just before 7 AM, car crashes, in Mississauga (Canada), 1 killed:

Quote: "She added the crash was believed to have been triggered by a medical episode."

2020-11-04 - Passenger bus veers off road, crashes into university building, in Veliky Novgorod (Russia), 2 killed:

2020-11-04 - Tractor trailer overturns into median on I-95 in Orangeburg County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2020-11-04 - Tanker truck crashes, bursts into flame, on Highway 316 in Barrow County (Georgia):

2020-11-04 - SUV veers off road, crashes into fence and tree, bursts into flame, in Lexington (Kentucky), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-11-04 - Sinkhole opens on London Road in Newark (Britain):

2020-11-04 - Massive storm brings heavy rain and flooding to Ontario (Canada):

2020-11-04 - Plane that the US Air Force won't admit exists flew over California:

2020-11-04 - Astronomers find cosmic radio burst source:

2020-11-04 - Marijuana legalization measures pass in 5 states:


  1. Good Friday morning Jonny, everyone. While everyone here is enjoying the 2nd summer weather, the vote counters are busy ditching/burning ballots for Orange Man so that the media/intelligence agencies/left's favorite pawn can be placed into the White House (to be removed at any time so that Harris can take over as Pres.). Oh yeah, it's happening. The party that foisted the fictitious Russiagate nonsense on us and hid Hunter Biden's laptop(s) and all the corruption and sick sex stuff on it can dispose of it properly, once his dad is elected. This will also keep Hillary from going to jail.

    Pennsylvania Democrats Accused of Violating Election Rules, Offering Ballot Info to Party Operatives

    The lawsuit cites an email sent to county election directors at 8:38 p.m. on Monday by Jonathan Marks, Pennsylvania’s deputy elections secretary.

    In the email, Marks wrote that “county boards of elections should provide information to party and candidate representatives during the pre-canvass that identifies the voters whose ballots have been rejected” so they could be offered a provisional ballot.

    Republicans argue the direction from Marks violates the state’s election code, which states “no person observing, attending or participating in a pre-canvass meeting may disclose the results of any portion of any pre-canvass meeting prior to the close of polls.” [more]

    Federal judge says he'll force USPS Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to show up in court and explain what happened to mail-in voting

    A federal judge criticized how the US Postal Service had provided updates on mail-in ballots and said he'd force Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to explain himself in court.

    The comments came as part of a lawsuit brought by the NAACP and other civil-rights groups seeking to get the Postal Service to deliver mail ballots in a timely manner.

    The judge, Emmet Sullivan, said the USPS hadn't communicated all its actions in a timely manner. [more]

    Election 2020: It's clear where this is all headed...

    Just as I successfully predicted the outcome of the 2016 election months in advance, my predictions on the 2020 election are now coming to pass. In July of this year in my article 'Election 2020: The Worst Case Scenario Is The Most Likely One', after I outlined the strange factors surrounding Biden and Trump, I stated that:

    "These factors and more lead me to predict that Election 2020 will be a contested election which ends with Trump staying in office but accused of usurping the democratic process. This outcome is the worst possible outcome and also the most advantageous for the globalist establishment." [more]

    [part 2 continues the thread]

  2. Pelosi reportedly declares election a 'big win' for Democrats. Moderate Democrat profanely disagrees.

    Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-Va.) on a Democratic caucus call on Thursday afternoon reportedly went off on what she described as House Democrats' "failure" in this year's election, ABC News' Ben Siegel reports. Democrats are expected to maintain their House majority, but after the election, the party will "likely have fewer seats in January than it does now," CNBC reports. Still, Pelosi deemed Tuesday a "big win," per CNN's Manu Raju.

    Spanberger clearly disagreed, reportedly saying, "We need to be pretty clear ... it was a failure. It was not a success. We lost incredible members of Congress." She also angrily told Democrats that "no one should say 'defund the police' ever again" and "nobody should be talking about socialism," adding that if the party doesn't change course for 2022, "We will get f---ing torn apart," Politico reports. [more]

    Friday, 6 November 2020
    Huge bird flu outbreak across Europe: Russia, UK , Holland and Germany rush to contain Avian Flu outbreak culling hundreds of thousands of birds: Strain- H5N8 thought to be a low-risk for humans but people should avoid touching sick or dead birds

    The Dutch authorities are racing to contain a bird flu outbreak at two poultry farms and the same strain - H5N8 - has also infected chickens and wild birds in north Germany. A farm in the eastern Dutch town of Puiflijk and another nearby have been told to cull 200,000 chickens. [more]

    Eta Sets Sights On So Florida [~ 10 min.]

    Super Typhoon "Goni" leaves 20 dead in Philippines, country's strongest storm on record

    Super Typhoon "Goni" (locally named Rolly) has left at least 20 fatalities and about 230 million dollars (11 billion pesos) worth of damage in the Philippines, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) reported Thursday, November 5, 2020. Up to 1.2 million people or 300 000 families have been affected in Regions II, III, and V; CALABARZON, MIMAROPA, and NCR. It made landfall over Bato, Catanduanes, and Tiwi, Albay, on October 31, with maximum sustained winds of 225 km/h (140 mph) and gusts to 280 km/h (174 mph), making it the world's most powerful storm of the year and the country's strongest landfalling tropical cyclone on record.

    [3rd part follows]

  3. At least 50 killed after Eta dumps extremely heavy rain on Guatemala, more than 70 across Central Ameraca [lots of videos]

    At least 50 people have been killed in Guatemala after heavy rain dumped by Tropical Cyclone "Eta" caused floods and landslides. As of Friday, November 6, Eta is blamed for the deaths of more than 70 people across Central America. [more]

    Tropical Storm "Atsani" forecast to pass over or very close to Batanes, Philippines

    Tropical Storm "Atsani" formed in the Pacific Ocean on October 29, 2020, as the 20th named storm of the 2020 Pacific typhoon season. It entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on November 1, receiving the name Siony. [more]

    Drug war blow: Four states legalize cannabis as DC loosens magic mushroom ban & Oregon is first to decriminalize ALL narcotics

    Joining dozens of other states to either fully legalize or reduce criminal penalties for the possession and cultivation of marijuana - which remains illegal at a national level - Arizona, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota each passed measures liberalizing their cannabis laws.

    Oregon voters gave the nod to the most sweeping reform to pass on election night, Measure 110, an unprecedented move to decriminalize the possession of all drugs, including small amounts of such hard street narcotics as cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.

    While the distribution and manufacture of illicit substances remains fully illegal in the state, possession of "personal non-commercial" specified amounts will no longer carry a criminal penalty under the new law, instead reducing those offenses to Class E violations, which pose a maximum fine of $100. The measure also mandates that tax revenues derived from Oregon's legal cannabis industry - established in 2014 - will be used to fund an addiction recovery program. [more]

    Flash floods strike Malaysia

    In Rantau, the flooding was the third this year, after similar incidents on Sept 22 and Oct 1.

    Restaurant owner D. Logeswary, 35, said the continuous heavy rain which started at midnight was something extraordinary and unprecedented. [more; video]

    Heavy rains and flooding hit large parts of western Belize

    A flood warning remains in effect for the entire country of Belize as more rains are forecasted in the next 72 hours.
    [more; video]

    Worst locust outbreak in Ethiopia for 25 years

    The region has seen a second such attack from insects last weekend during the current farming season.

    "Just last week, this area was sprayed with chemicals and the swarms got paralyzed. But look at them, they have come again to destroy whatever little had been left," said Siba Aden Mohammed, a local official serving at Awbare district of Fafen zone.

    According to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), since January, swarms of desert locusts have damaged over 200,000 hectares of cropland in Ethiopia affecting the food security of millions of people. [more; video]

    More deadly floods in Kasese, Uganda

    Red Cross in Uganda reports that 2 people have died after flash flooding in Kasese District.

    Floods struck in late October. Red Cross said a mother and child were swept away by the overflowing Hima river in Kasese District. [more; video & tweets]

    [section IV below]

  4. Floods hit N'Djamena, Chad again

    The recent flooding began around 30 October 2020. Local media said that the worst hit areas are in the 9th district between the Logone and Chari Rivers.

    Mayor of N'Djamena, Oumar Boukar said whenever the city of N'Djamena sees high rainfall, we see recurring flooding phenomena. Flooding first struck in the city on 20 August when 10 people died and 32,000 were displaced. [more; 2 videos]

    Waterspout seen near coast of Beirut, Lebanon [video]

    Record cold in Brazil - significant loss to fruit harvest [2 videos and pics]

    Shell to Shut Louisiana Refinery After Failing to Find a Buyer

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc will begin shutting its Convent refinery in south Louisiana mid-month while it continues to seek a buyer for the facility, part of a plan to reduce its global sites and focus on combined oil refining and chemical plants.

    With global demand and profits stung by the spread of Covid-19, the shutdown of 53-year-old Convent, which has about 675 employees, is part of Shell’s larger strategy to shrink its portfolio to six facilities from 14 by 2025, Shell said in a statement. The remaining sites will have integrated oil refineries and chemical plants. [more]

    Indonesia raises volcano threat level, sets no-go-zone

    Indonesian authorities raised the danger level for the volatile Mount Merapi volcano on the densely populated island of Java on Thursday and ordered a halt to tourism and mining activities. [more]

    [5th installment awaits]

  5. [weather whiplash]
    Northern Rockies to swing from summer-like heat to blizzard

    After starting November with temperatures more typical of the end of summer than the middle of fall, residents of the northern Rockies may soon think fall was skipped and winter is beginning ahead of schedule.

    Ryan Adamson
    Fri, November 6, 2020, 7:17 AM EST

    After starting November with temperatures more typical of the end of summer than the middle of fall, residents of the northern Rockies may soon think fall was skipped and winter is beginning ahead of schedule.

    To start November, Mother Nature decided to tease much of the Rockies and northern Plains with one last gasp of summer. However, that will come to an end with a significant snowstorm this weekend. Shorts and t-shirts will be traded in for overcoats and snow shovels.

    Although temperatures will begin the downward trend on Friday, any snow will be reserved for Washington, Oregon, Northern California and far northwestern Montana. In fact, much of Montana will still have high temperatures in the 60s F.

    The low pressure causing the snow farther west will begin to move eastward on Saturday. A northwesterly wind flow will draw colder air southward from Canada. As the weather maker moves closer, precipitation is expected to begin in the afternoon. Initially, in some areas, temperatures will still be high enough for rain or a mix of rain and snow.

    The storm system will turn northeastward and quickly strengthen on Saturday night. An area of high pressure centered in Alberta will continue to push cold air southward. Therefore, most areas are going to have precipitation fall in the form of snow. The strengthening system will also cause snow to fall more heavily. In addition, since winds increase when an area of high pressure and area of low pressure are close together, known as the pressure gradient, some of the snow will be blown around as it falls.

    Further strengthening of the storm is expected on Sunday.

    "Travel will be extremely difficult and dangerous across Montana at the height of the storm late Saturday night through Sunday, with snow-packed roadways and whiteout conditions expected," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Renee Duff. "Strong winds, combined with heavy snowfall, will create a full-blown blizzard in portions of the state."

    Winds could gust over 40 mph in open areas. With high winds and temperatures not getting out of the teens in spots, the cold will make it dangerous to be outside. Temperatures in the teens and 20s will represent a temperature drop of 30 to 40 degrees over just a couple of days between Friday and Sunday. The high winds combined with the snow will also make visibility very low. Interstates 15, 90 and 94 are just some of the thoroughfares expected to see impacts on Sunday.

    Before the storm ends, a large area of 6-12 inches (15 to 30 cm) is expected, but well over a foot will fall in the higher elevations, with an AccuWeather Local StormMax™ of 48 inches (120 cm.) [more]

    [6th piece next]

  6. [um, it's gettin' a bit crazy now]
    Steve Bannon’s Twitter Account Suspended After Calling for Execution of Dr Fauci and FBI Director Wray

    Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon’s Twitter account was suspended on Thursday, not long after he called for the execution of Dr. Anthony Fauci and FBI Director Christopher Wray in a new episode of his online talk show “War Room.” The episode of “War Room” was also pulled from YouTube, though Bannon’s account remains up as of this writing. [more]

    [in Unemployment news]
    This Beloved Pet Store Is Closing All U.S. Locations

    Pet Valu's 358 locations, which are mainly located throughout the Northeast and Midwest—along with the Pet Valu offices in Wayne, Pennsylvania—are closing. The company is no longer accepting online orders and in-store liquidation sales have already begun. [more]

    U.S. weekly jobless claims drop modestly; labor market recovery cooling

    The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell only slightly last week, adding to signs that the economic recovery was losing steam as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies and fiscal stimulus ends.

    The economy could be plunged into a period of uncertainty following Tuesday's presidential election, potentially undermining business investment and delaying a much-needed second coronavirus relief package from the government. [more]

    Baker Hughes Rig Count Shows 12 More Units

    The total number of rotary drilling rigs operating in the United States and Canada rose by 12 this week, Baker Hughes Co. (NYSE: BKR) reported Friday.

    The 296-rig U.S. count includes 221 oil rigs (up 10 from last week), 72 gas rigs (down one) and three miscellaneous rigs (unchanged), Baker Hughes noted in a written statement emailed to Rigzone. The latest U.S. figure reflects a year-on-year decrease of 526 drilling units, with 470 fewer oil, 58 fewer gas and two additional miscellaneous for the period, the service company added.

    Baker Hughes also revealed the U.S. offshore rig count remained flat at 13 units this week. Last year at this time, 22 rigs were operating in the U.S. offshore. [more]

    Friday, 6 November 2020
    Softpeddling rapid changes in the Arctic

    Laptev Sea Not Refreezing & Other Arctic Climate Notes With Dr Zack Labe [~ 19.75 min. video]