Thursday, December 3, 2020

Event Update For 2020-12-02

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

2020-12-02 - Climate records smashed in 2020 for hurricanes, wildfires, heatwaves, floods, droughts and ice melt:

Quote: "An overheating world obliterated weather records in 2020, creating an extreme year for hurricanes, wildfires, heat waves, floods, droughts and ice melt, the United Nations' weather agency reported Wednesday."

2020-12-02 - 2020 on track to be one of three warmest years on record, more than 80 percent of the global ocean experienced a marine heatwave in 2020:

Quote: "Ocean heat is at record levels and more than 80% of the global ocean experienced a marine heatwave at some time in 2020, with widespread repercussions for marine ecosystems already suffering from more acidic waters due to carbon dioxide (CO2) absorption..."

2020-12-02 - Methanol plant damaged by fire in coastal Tjeldbergodden (Norway):

2020-12-02 - Five cars destroyed by fire at 5:21 AM while parked at auto shop on Massachusetts Avenue in Boxborough (Massachusetts):

2020-12-02 - Driver has seizure, pickup truck crashes into home, fire erupts, on Sedgewick Court in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), 3 injured:

Quote: "The man says the community came together to help the driver, who reportedly had a seizure."

2020-12-02 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Cebu (Philippine Islands), 1+ killed:

2020-12-02 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire on Fountainbleau Drive in Dunwoody (Georgia):

Quote: "Neighbors say they heard an explosion inside the home before it became engulfed with flames Wednesday afternoon."

Note: This is the 110th residential explosion in 2020...

2020-12-02 - Shoe business destroyed by explosion and fire on Bancker Street in Englewood (New Jersey):

2020-12-02 - Yacht destroyed by fire before 7 AM while docked at home on Northeast 16th Street in coastal Pompano Beach (Florida):

Note: This is the 1089th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-02 - In separate incidents, two tanker trucks burst into flame on highway near coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

Quote: "The tanker went up in flames on the lane outwards Lagos around 4:15a.m. Many commuters heading in and out of Lagos were forced to trek to their destinations while Okada riders in the area took advantage of the situation to hike their fares. It took the timely arrival of firefighters and other emergency responders to limit the impact of the fire. Just when efforts were combined to ease the traffic, another tanker explosion occurred at Wawa on Lagos-Ibadan highway some hours after a fuel-laden tanker exploded on the same route."

2020-12-02 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at truck stop along I-255 in Sauget (Illinois):

Note: About 19 miles as the gas blows from where a tractor trailer burst into flame on I-270 in St. Louis, mentioned in the 2020-11-30 update...

2020-12-02 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame before 5:30 AM on I-43 in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2020-12-02 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-5 near Fort Tejon (California):

2020-12-02 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame on road in the Town of Sevastopol (Wisconsin):

Note: These are the 1661sth, 1662nd, 1663rd, 1664th, 1665th and 1666th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-02 - RV bursts into flame at 11:35 PM on South Main Street in coastal Los Angeles (California), 2 injured:

2020-12-02 - RV bursts into flame near 6th and N streets in Bakersfield (California), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 361st and 362nd RVs to burn in 2020...

2020-12-02 - Car bursts into flame on I-270 in Columbus (Ohio):

2020-12-02 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in Portland (Oregon):

2020-12-02 - Car bursts into flame on the M3 near Chandler's Ford (Britain):

2020-12-02 - Car bursts into flame at 2:05 AM on Lodge Lane in Saughall (Britain):

2020-12-02 - Car bursts into flame on the M54 near Cosford (Britain):

2020-12-02 - Hardwood business heavily damaged by fire on Campbellsville Bypass in Campbellsville (Kentucky):

2020-12-02 - Paper business damaged by fire in Millwood (Washington):

2020-12-02 - Several commercial buildings destroyed by fire shortly before 4 AM in the Pico-Union area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2020-12-02 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Canyon Oak Drive in Citrus Heights (California):

2020-12-02 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Benbow Court in Chesterfield (Virginia):

2020-12-02 - Multiple homes go up in flames on Main Street in Norwegian Township (Pennsylvania):

2020-12-02 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on West Newton Street in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2020-12-02 - Deadly fire burns home on West Huntington Street in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2020-12-02 - Deadly fire burns home on Buchanan Street in Gary (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-12-02 - Deadly fire burns home shortly after 5:30 AM on Harris Avenue in Merrimack (New Hampshire), 1 killed:

2020-12-02 - Deadly fire burns home at 2:45 AM on Alby Street in Alton (Illinois), 1 killed:

2020-12-02 - Great white shark washes ashore dead near Whyalla (Australia):

2020-12-02 - Man, 74, goes hunting and dies near White Marsh Road in coastal Suffolk (Virginia):

Quote: "Investigators are looking into what happened out there in the woods and why an experienced hunter familiar with the terrain wasn’t able to return home. Copeland's cause of death is undetermined at this time and the investigation remains ongoing. No foul play is suspected."

2020-12-02 - Person found dead along SE Quincy Street near the Kansas River in Topeka (Kansas):

2020-12-02 - Man, 52, found dead in creek along the Matthew Henson Trail in Aspen Hill (Maryland):

2020-12-02 - Woman, 44, found dead in lake at park on coastal Staten Island (New York):

2020-12-02 - Person drops dead near York Road near Hunt Valley (Maryland):

2020-12-02 - Woman, 35, found dead on street in Republic (Missouri):

2020-12-02 - Person found dead in home on Leonard Street in Raynham (Massachusetts):

2020-12-02 - Man found dead near 7th Avenue in Schenectady (New York):

2020-12-02 - Man found dead in Strathclyde Loch (Scotland):

2020-12-02 - Driver has 'medical emergency', car crashes into fence, in Moniteau County (Missouri), 2 injured:

Quote: "According to the crash report, the vehicle failed to negotiate a curve after the driver experienced a medical emergency."

2020-12-02 - Man, 61, has 'medical emergency', car crashes into tree, on Harrell Road in Stafford (Virginia), 1 killed:

Quote: "A 61-year-old man died following a single-vehicle crash in Stafford County late Wednesday that apparently stemmed from a medical emergency, police said."

2020-12-02 - Small plane crashes into rice field in Jeff Davis Parish (Louisiana):

2020-12-02 - Small plane crash-lands on I-35, hits car, in Arden Hills (Minnesota):

2020-12-02 - Small plane overturns after landing at North Perry Airport in Pembroke Pines (Florida):

2020-12-02 - Helicopter crashes east of Goulburn (Australia), 2 killed:

2020-12-02 - Freight train derails in Moselle (Mississippi):

2020-12-02 - Tractor trailer overturns just before 5 AM on Highway 99 in Livingston (California), 1 injured:

2020-12-02 - Minivan veers off road, slams into home, in Youngstown (Ohio):

2020-12-02 - Car and dump truck collide head-on in Uxbridge (Massachusetts), 2 killed:

2020-12-02 - Two cars collide head-on in coastal Naples (Florida), 2 injured:

2020-12-02 - Car crashes into police SUV in Guthrie (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "While the Oklahoma Highway Patrol investigates the crash, it appears the Wright may have had a medical episode before the accident."

2020-12-02 - Landslide destroys homes in coastal Haines (Alaska), 6 people missing:

Quote: "He estimated a half mile of the mountain crashed down into the Lynn Canal."

2020-12-02 - Apartment building collapses in coastal Alexandria (Egypt), 6+ killed:

2020-12-02 - Man in his 40s has 'medical episode' and collapses outside train station in coastal Liverpool (Britain):

Quote: "We attended after reports of a man, in his 40s, who had suffered a medical episode."

2020-12-02 - Volcano Taal shaken by 5 earthquakes in 24 hours in the Philippine Islands:

2020-12-02 - More than 200 earthquakes follow magnitude 5.1 earthquake near Mina (Nevada):

2020-12-02 - Meteor lights up the sky over parts of the US and Canada:


  1. TGIF Jonny, everyone! So, about every 3 days a residence EXPLODES into flames so far this year (and they aren't all meth-labs). The authorities never seem to explain this (nor long vacant homes with no gas or electrical service bursting into flames).

    i used to wonder why every fire department doesn't read JJFH, but now i figure that it's like everything else - the mainstream media don't want us to know!

    [quick question, Jonny - what's that graph by the "view count" numbers posted at the top right under the last 3 tabs?]

    [let's start with the kids]

    The Economic Collapse Hits Home: Feeding America Says 1 Out Of 4 U.S. Children Could Suffer From Hunger By The End Of 2020

    There are approximately 74 million children in the United States, and right now millions upon millions of them do not have enough to eat. The economic collapse that has started in 2020 has been brutal for most of the nation, but it has hit children particularly hard. If their parents lose their jobs, there is nothing that they can do except hope that government handouts and the kindness of others will be enough. Unfortunately, way too often they are not enough, and at this point Feeding America is projecting that one out of every four children in America could suffer from hunger by the end of this calendar year… [more]

    California 11-year-old kills himself during virtual class on Zoom as health experts warn depression is increasing amid lockdowns

    Local authorities confirmed that the boy shot himself when his camera and microphone were off during a virtual class on Zoom in San Joaquin County on Wednesday. His sister, who was also home learning remotely, found him and alerted a neighbor and her teacher.

    Authorities found the boy with a head injury and took him to the hospital, where he later died.

    "Compared with 2019, the proportion of mental health-related visits for children aged 5-11 and 12-17 years increased [by] approximately 24% and 31%, respectively," the CDC said in a report, and noted that "monitoring indicators of children's mental health, promoting coping and resilience, and expanding access to services to support children's mental health are critical during the COVID-19 pandemic."

    In San Francisco, health experts warned that teenage suicide, depression, and anxiety are increasing amid the coronavirus.

    "Kids have hit a wall," said Christine Garcia, a San Francisco psychologist who said eight teenagers landed in San Francisco emergency rooms on Halloween after attempted suicides. "Typical is usually one or two, at most, and eight is an insane number." [more]

    Dogs attack and kill man in Meru, Kenya

    The dogs tore his clothes, stripping him naked, before mauling him to death.

    Area elder, Nteere Muguna, said the man's legs and hands had been partially eaten by the dogs while pieces of his clothes and shoes were scattered all over. [more]

    Flooding in southern provinces of Thailand after heavy rainfall- at least 5 dead (UPDATE)

    Update: Reuters reports on December 3

    The floods started a week ago but had receded by Thursday, according to the interior ministry, having affected more than 255,000 households in seven of the southern provinces.

    The impacted region is home to Thailand's major rubber plantations, accounting for the majority of the world's natural rubber supply.

    [2nd section awaits]

  2. The U.S. is on track to shatter the record for the average size of wildfires this year

    The number of fires is decreasing, but fires are growing larger [more]

    Can Employers Fire Any Employees That Choose Not To Take The COVID Vaccine?

    A COVID vaccine is not even available yet, but the mainstream media is already full of stories about whether or not it is legal for employers to fire employees that refuse to take it. To me, this is not even a debate that we should be having. It would be fundamentally anti-American and morally reprehensible for any employer to fire someone for choosing not to get vaccinated. Unfortunately, the mainstream media does not see things that way, and they are interviewing lots of legal experts that are assuring employers that it is perfectly legal to fire people that don’t want to get vaccinated. [more]

    Record-breaking rainfall hits Split, causing widespread flooding, Croatia

    Record-breaking rainfall hit the Croatian city of Split on Thursday, December 3, 2020, causing traffic chaos and flooding homes and businesses. [more]

    9-Week-Old Puppy Rescued from the Grasp of Carpet Python by Heroic Owner in Startling Footage

    In the video, Jasper, a German shepherd/Staffordshire bull terrier mix, can be seen innocently wandering the lawn when a carpet python springs out from a nearby bush and wraps around the pup.

    Immediately upon seeing the horrifying sight, van Schouwen began striking the snake with a cardboard Christmas wrapping paper roll.

    The roll didn't get the snake off of Jasper, so van Schouwen grabbed the python with her own hands and began spinning it around.

    "I grabbed it and I started moving," she recalled. "At first, it was just that panic. I was just spinning around, and then I noticed Jasper flying through the air, and then instantly my brain kicked into gear and I'm like, 'oh my goodness, I have to stop.' "

    The python eventually let go of Jasper, who quickly rushed away as the snake was flung to the ground. [more]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. Storm dumps snow across Oklahoma [75 sec. video]

    COVID-19 Vaccines “Biological Weapons Of Mass Destruction” [~ 96.75 min. video]

    Loud bang and house shaking in New York, flash of light in Toronto after huge meteor fireball explodes in daylight

    the space rock didn’t stop over NYC, but was reported flying in the sky over Maryland, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennslyvania, and Virginia as well as Ontario, Canada. What a show! [more; video]

    Covid anti-vax sentiment rises above 50% in France

    A new poll shows that 59% of the French public ‘do not intend’ to get a Covid jab when it becomes possible, up from 46% a month ago

    Would you be willing to get a Covid vaccine in exchange for a $1,500 stimulus check? How one bold proposal would work

    Americans are eager for more one-time stimulus checks, while the U.S. government is working to get Covid-19 vaccinations to the American public.

    Now, one proposal from former congressman John Delaney aims to help both sides by providing stimulus checks in exchange for getting vaccinated.

    The goal: to reach a 75% vaccination rate faster, which could save both lives and the U.S. economy. [BULLSHIT!]

    Congress has worked for months to come to an agreement on the next coronavirus stimulus package. Republicans and Democrats are still at odds, even as 12 million people could lose unemployment benefits in a few weeks if nothing is done. More stimulus checks, once an area of bipartisan agreement, now seem to be off the table.

    “It’s not like we don’t pull levers to get people vaccinated,” Delaney said. “We do that now.” [more]

    Best Covid Treatment To Date By Far! [via Peak Prosperity] [~ 27.6 min. video]

    The data is 100% in agreement: All studies show a clinical benefit for use of Ivermectin. It works as a pre-exposure prophylaxis, post exposure prophylaxis, and when given to both early and late hospitalized patients.

    As importantly, one study shows a profound improvement in the symptoms for the "long haul" Covid sufferers, for which no other treatments seem to have worked. [more]

    [there are a LOT more posts regarding the election fraud perpetrated by the Dems with cooperation from rogue intelligence agency people and all the software providers to electronic voting machines but i'm not posting them any more - let's see what happens on Dec. 14th]

  4. I think that graph represents site traffic. It's pretty vague though, so I don't know how accurate it actually is nor over what period of time it stretches. If I could just turn that off, I would, but it's part of the counter, so I'm stuck with it if I want the counter.

  5. Thanks Jonny - just a point of interest (there are several, none important).

    Dec. 21st is gonna be HUGE [this could signal THE RETURN]
    Modern Humans Have NEVER Seen What's About to Occur in the Night Sky! - The GREAT Return (after ~ 800 yrs) of the Star of Bethlehem [4 min. MrMBB333]

    Tire dust killing coho salmon returning to Puget Sound, new research shows – “I find it incredibly sad to watch the adults when they are sick”

    For decades now, scientists have known something was killing beautiful, adult coho salmon as soon as they hit Seattle’s urban waters, ready to spawn. They had escaped the orcas, the fishermen, traveled thousands of miles, only to be mysteriously killed as soon as they finally reached home.

    In a breakthrough paper published in the Dec. 3 issue of Science [pdf] a team of researchers revealed the culprit behind the deaths of coho in an estimated 40% of the Puget Sound area — a killer so lethal it takes out 40 to 90% of returning coho to some urban streams before they spawn. It is a killer hidden in plain sight.


    More specifically, a single chemical, 6PPD-quinone, derived from a preservative that helps tires last longer [and salmon less]. [more]

    Covid-19 Shutdowns Were Just a Blip in the Upward Trajectory of Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Emissions will drop by 4 to 7 percent for 2020, but carbon dioxide will continue to increase, the annual World Meteorological Association bulletin finds.

    The Greenhouse Gas Bulletin measures atmospheric levels of the main long-lived greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. Methane, shorter-lived but a more powerful heat-trapping gas than CO2, reached 877 parts per billion in 2019, which is 260 percent of the pre-industrial level. Nitrous oxide, which also depletes ozone, reached 332.0 parts per billion in 2019, 123 percent above pre-industrial levels. [more]

    [2nd section below]

  6. Worst flood in 50 years affects more than 500 000 people in southern Thailand

    Widespread, severe flooding has killed at least nine people and affected 210 000 households or more than half a million people in southern Thailand, officials reported Friday, December 4, 2020, describing the situation as the worst they have seen in 50 years. A state of emergency has been declared for Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, where all the fatalities occurred. [more]

    California's 'trillion dollar' mega disaster no one is talking about

    Officials and experts call it the "ARkStorm," and it is the other "big one" few are talking about.

    With California's 2020 rainy season now underway, imagine almost a month of drenching storms along the entire West Coast.

    The state would be swallowed in 10 to 20 feet of rain.

    At up to 200 inches in some places, floods would hit nearly every major population center in the state.

    It would cause thousands of landslides, major dam failures and decimate the state's entire agriculture industry.

    California's deadliest and most-destructive natural disaster in recorded history, a so-called "mega storm," hit the state in the winter of 1861 and 1862.

    "This was a multiweek, extreme precipitation and flood event that essentially filled up a significant portion of the Central Valley with flood water, creating an inland sea, supposedly 40 miles wide and 150 miles long," UCLA Climate Scientist Daniel Swain said.[more]

    Tiger nearly tears volunteer's arm off at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue

    One employee later recalled seeing the arm was "barely attached and holding on by a little bit of skin underneath" in an audio recording provided to USA TODAY. [more; "i just wasn't thinking . . "]

    Why experts are sounding the alarm about the hidden dangers of gas stoves

    natural gas-burning stoves and furnaces found in millions of US kitchens and basements can produce a range of health-damaging pollutants, including particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and formaldehyde. Over the past four decades, researchers have amassed a large body of scientific evidence linking the use of gas appliances, especially for cooking, with a higher risk of a range of respiratory problems and illnesses.

    less discussed has been how the Covid-19 pandemic has compounded the risks of this pollution, especially for low-income and vulnerable populations, and how key regulatory agencies have lagged decades behind the science in acting to protect them. [more; nobiddy cays]

    [here they come]
    ANYbotics, Swiss company behind quadrupedal ANYmal robot, announces $22M A round

    ANYbotics is on the third generation of the robot, which has progressively integrated computing units and sensors of increasing sophistication.

    "Our current ANYmal C model features three built-in high-end Intel i7 computers that power the robot and customer-applications such as automated inspection tasks," explained co-founder and CEO P├ęter Fankhauser in an email to TechCrunch. "The availability of smaller and more performant sensors, propelled by AR/VR and autonomous driving applications, has enabled us to equip the latest ANYmal model with 360-degree situational awareness and long-range scanning capabilities. [more; waddiya think, 2 years to Terminator?]