Saturday, December 5, 2020

Event Update For 2020-12-04

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

2020-12-04 - COVID-19 shutdowns were just a blip in the upward trajectory of global greenhouse gas emissions:

2020-12-04 - Waste transfer station hit by fire, building destroyed, garbage truck damaged, on coastal Peaks Island (Maine), nobody there:

2020-12-04 - Landfill fire breaks out at 5:30 AM in Marquette County (Michigan):

2020-12-04 - Landfill fire breaks out in Karkala (India):

2020-12-04 - Tire recycling facility destroyed by fire before 3:30 AM in Welshpool (Australia):

2020-12-04 - Oil refinery explodes and burns near harbor in coastal Durban (South Africa), 7 injured:

2020-12-04 - Hundreds of boats and yachts destroyed by massive blaze before 6:45 AM at Toledo Beach Marina on Lake Erie in LaSalle (Michigan):

Quote: "The roof has caved in on the building and the walls are collapsing in on themselves."

Quote: "Asked about the number of boats inside, Monroe County emergency manager Mark Hammond said, 'Hundreds would be an understatement.'"

Quote: "Multiple fire departments expected to be working into the night Friday to battle a massive fire that incinerated an estimated 200 boats at a LaSalle, Michigan, marina and likely caused millions of dollars in damage."

Note: These are the 1092nd-1291st boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-04 - Pickup truck and home go up in flames on SE 36th Street in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

2020-12-04 - Six cars destroyed by fire while parked at business on Pondella Road in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

Quote: "The fire started in a BMW and spread to five other cars."

2020-12-04 - Two boats destroyed by fire while docked at marina in coastal Clear Lake Shores (Texas):

Note: These are the 1292nd and 1293rd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-04 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on London Road in Stretton (Britain):

Note: This is the 349th bus to burn in 2020...

2020-12-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 near Lacassine (Louisiana):

2020-12-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-65 near Jeffersonville (Indiana):

Note: These are the 1672nd and 1673rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-04 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Dillon Lane in the Lake Ridge area in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2020-12-04 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on street in coastal Norfolk (Virginia), 3 other fires too:

Quote: "It was a very busy day for Norfolk Fire-Rescue, as firefighters were called out to battle multiple fires across the city, at almost the exact same time."

2020-12-04 - RV bursts into flame at San Leandro Street and Seminary Avenue in coastal Oakland (California):

Note: This is the 364th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-12-04 - SUV bursts into flame at gas station in coastal Miami (Florida):

2020-12-04 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while being towed by RV on I-15 near Leeds (Utah):

2020-12-04 - Rolls Royce once owned by Elton John bursts into flame on Bayshore Road in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida):

Quote: "A car previously owned by Elton John caught on fire in North Fort Myers."

2020-12-04 - Car bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on Hamilton Avenue in Waterbury (Connecticut):

2020-12-04 - Car bursts into flame on Stoney Trail in Calgary (Canada):

2020-12-04 - Car bursts into flame at business on Gow Street in Mosgiel (New Zealand):

2020-12-04 - Car bursts into flame at 2:22 AM on George Street in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2020-12-04 - Car bursts into flame at Brading Downs on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2020-12-04 - Car bursts into flame on the M3 near Lightwater (Britain):

2020-12-04 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Newmarket Road in Abbey Ward (Britain):

2020-12-04 - Vehicle and shed destroyed by fire at 5:13 AM at home on Reche Road in Landers (California):

2020-12-04 - Auto shop heavily damaged by fire on Sample Street in South Bend (Indiana):

2020-12-04 - Auto shop heavily damaged by fire on Markham Road in Scarborough (Canada):

2020-12-04 - Roofing business destroyed by huge fire on South 7th Street in coastal San Jose (California):

2020-12-04 - Commercial building heavily damaged by fire just before 6:30 AM on Stokley Street in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2020-12-04 - Commercial building destroyed by massive blaze on Bixby Drive in the City of Industry (California):

2020-12-04 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire at the seafront in coastal St. Ives (Britain):

2020-12-04 - Home damaged by fire in the wee hours near Southeast 59th Street and South Post Road in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2020-12-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Lakeville (Massachusetts):

2020-12-04 - Home destroyed by fire in the wee hours on Church Street in Laurinburg (North Carolina), 2 injured:

2020-12-04 - Home destroyed by fire on Tirrell Hill Road in Goffstown (New Hampshire), 1 injured:

2020-12-04 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Main Street in Worcester (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2020-12-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 2:30 AM on Ceylon Road in Cumberland Township (Pennsylvania), 3 injured:

2020-12-04 - Apartment building destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM on Franklin Street in Manitowoc (Wisconsin):

2020-12-04 - Deadly fire burns mobile home at 4:40 AM on South Seventh Street in Modesto (California), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2020-12-04 - Deadly fire burns mobile home on Wages Road in Barrow County (Georgia), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2020-12-04 - Deadly fire burns home on Cairo Street in Atlanta (Georgia), 1 killed:

2020-12-04 - Deadly fire burns home on Shelby Dry Fork in Shelbiana (Kentucky), 2 killed:

2020-12-04 - Deadly fire burns high-rise apartment building shortly after 6 AM on East Broad Street in Tamaqua (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2020-12-04 - Vacant home burns on South 100 East in Logan (Utah):

2020-12-04 - Vacant apartment building burns on 17th Street in Parkersburg (West Virginia):

2020-12-04 - Humpback whale washes ashore dead at beach in coastal Edgartown (Massachusetts):

2020-12-04 - Raccoons found dead near stream at Dane Street Beach in coastal Beverly (Massachusetts):

Quote: "During the past few days, multiple dead raccoons have been discovered on the northern end of Dane Street Beach near the stream that feeds into the ocean, officials said."

Note: The dead whale and the dead raccoons were about 82 miles apart as the gas blows...

2020-12-04 - Two people die after being pulled from submerged car in pond off Basin Street in Lawrence (Indiana):

2020-12-04 - Couple, 80 and 77, go into cardiac arrest and die at home on Harbaugh Valley Road in Sabillasville (Maryland):

Quote: "First responders were dispatched at about 2 p.m. Friday to the 17000 block of Harbaugh Valley Road for a report of two people in cardiac arrest, according to FCSO spokesman Todd Wivell."

2020-12-04 - Couple found dead at home on Chilver Heights in Milton (Canada):

2020-12-04 - Man and child, 38 and 10, found dead in canal in Warangal (India):

2020-12-04 - Police officer, man, 56, has 'medical emergency' and collapses at jail, dies shortly later, in San Bruno (California):

Quote: "San Francisco Sheriff’s Office (SFSO) Deputy Linton Martin Sr. died in the line of duty late Tuesday night after suffering a medical emergency. The 56-year-old deputy was working in the county jail in San Bruno when he suddenly collapsed, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. He was rushed to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead."

2020-12-04 - Woman, 27, drops dead at jail in Eagle River (Alaska), near the Eagle River and 6 miles from the coast:

2020-12-04 - Man, 76, found dead in submerged SUV in canal near coastal South Bay (Florida):

2020-12-04 - Man, 47, found dead at Oakhurst Forest Preserve in Aurora (Illinois):

2020-12-04 - Man, 42, drops dead near auto store in South Bend (Indiana):

Quote: "They have video footage from the auto store here and it shows him coming from the west to the east, then to the back of the building, and collapsing..."

2020-12-04 - Person found dead near Walmart in Burlington (North Carolina):

2020-12-04 - Woman in her 50s drops dead near intersection in Kitchener (Canada):

2020-12-04 - Woman, 49, drops dead on Shepherd’s Road in coastal Portree on the Isle of Skye (Scotland):

2020-12-04 - Woman found dead on Carleston Street in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2020-12-04 - Man in his 70s has 'medical incident' and drops dead at supermarket in coastal Burnham-On-Sea (Britain):

Quote: "A man sadly passed away following a 'medical incident' in Burnham-On-Sea’s Tesco supermarket on Friday morning (December 4th)."

2020-12-04 - Man slumps over dead in car in carpark at Seaham Hall Beach in coastal Seaham (Britain):

2020-12-04 - Man in his 30s or 40s found dead near train station in Wembley (Britain):

2020-12-04 - Man, 67, has 'medical episode', car crashes, in Sault Ste. Marie (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Sault Ste. Marie Police say a crash that sent two to hospital Friday was caused by a medical episode the driver was having."

2020-12-04 - Small plane crashes at airport in Palm Springs (California), 1 injured:

2020-12-04 - Passenger bus and truck crash on bridge, bus falls 45 feet off bridge, in Minas Gerais (Brazil), 16+ killed, 27 injured:

2020-12-04 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on I-95 in Stafford County (Virginia), 20 pigs killed:

2020-12-04 - Tractor trailer overturns at 1:20 AM on I-57 in Chicago (Illinois):

2020-12-04 - SUV veers off road, overturns into woods, on I-195 in Somerset (Massachusetts), 1 killed:

2020-12-04 - Pickup truck crashes off cliff in Warner Valley (Utah), 1 killed:

2020-12-04 - Car veers off road at 6:47 AM, crashes into home, fire erupts, in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2020-12-04 - Car veers off road shortly before 4 AM, crashes into pediatric office, in coastal San Francisco (California), 1 injured:

2020-12-04 - Car crashes on bridge in coastal Hull (Britain), 1 injured:

Quote: "It is suspected that the driver may have suffered a medical episode at the wheel."

2020-12-04 - Wild elephants kill 3 Buddhist monks in Thailand:

2020-12-04 - Kangaroo attacks female jogger then waits outside house 'like something from a horror movie', in Beaconsfield (Australia):

2020-12-04 - Lightning strikes kill 4 people in Mozambique:

2020-12-04 - Hail the size of baseballs and flash floods hit northern Saudi Arabia:

2020-12-04 - Heavy rain brings the worst flooding in half a century to southern Thailand, 5+ killed:

2020-12-04 - Record-breaking rainfall brings widespread flooding to Split (Croatia):

2020-12-04 - ANYbotics, Swiss company behind quadrupedal ANYmal robot, announces $22M A round:

Quote: "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."

Note: 360-degree situational awareness and long-range scanning capabilities sounds a lot like 'targeting capabilities'!


  1. Good Sunday morning Jonny and all your blog's readers.

    Gotta get moving, so i'll comment in more detail later.

    So today was Burn Your Boat Day i suppose, with a dash of garbage truck fires (3) and a big helping of residential fires mixed in with the people dropping dead and vehicle-fires soup.

    Directed radio frequency plausible cause of 'Havana syndrome,' U.S. government report finds

    “Directed” radio frequency is the most plausible explanation for mysterious symptoms experienced by diplomats stationed in U.S. embassies in Havana and elsewhere, a U.S. government report said on Saturday.

    The symptoms appear “to be consistent with the effects of directed, pulsed radio frequency energy,” said the report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering.

    Diplomats in some postings have been plagued with nausea, headache, dizziness and other unexplained symptoms. This “Havana syndrome” has long been the subject of intense speculation, given the nature of the symptoms, the location of the postings, and the silence of the US government. [more]

    Super volcano caldera found in Alaska

    The Islands of the Four Mountains in Alaska actually consists of six stratovolcanoes. [more]

    Climate Change: BOE 2023 [32.25 min. BBN video]

    [part II awaits]

  2. Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ Were Dropped Over Millions of Acres via Aerial Pesticide, Tests Reveal

    A national nonprofit revealed Tuesday that testing commissioned by the group as well as separate analysis conducted by Massachusetts officials show samples of an aerially sprayed pesticide used by the commonwealth and at least 25 other states to control mosquito-borne illnesses contain toxic substances that critics call “forever chemicals.”

    Officially known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), this group of man-made chemicals — including PFOA, PFOS, and GenX — earned the nickname because they do not break down in the environment and build up in the body. PFAS has been linked to suppressed immune function, cancers, and other health issues. [more]

    Ground shaking, loud explosion reported across Escambia County, Florida

    The sounds of an explosion or rattling and shaking were heard or felt across part of Escambia County early Friday afternoon, and so far no one seems to know why. [more; not an earthquake]

    Winter storm batters New England, leaving 200,000 without power

    In Maine, more than 196,000 customers lost power on Saturday, according to the website PowerOutage. More than 25,000 customers in Massachusetts, more than 46,000 in New Hampshire and more than 2,000 in Connecticut were also left in the dark. [more, video; and COLD!]

    Cyclone Burevi batters Puducherry, India - heavy flooding in several places [2 videos + text]

    Leaked photo surfaces of purported unidentified aerial phenomena

    The Debrief has learned of the leak of an unclassified photo, said to have been widely distributed in the Intelligence Community, which purportedly shows what the DoD has characterized as "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena."

    On Wednesday, The Debrief reported on two classified intelligence reports issued by The Pentagon's Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF).

    According to officials The Debrief spoke with, the photo appears to be the same as one referenced in our previous reporting, described as an "unidentified silver 'cube-shaped' object" encountered by military pilots as it hovered motionlessly over the ocean. It appears evident that the image was captured by the backseat weapons systems operator of what appears to be an F/A-18 fighter jet. [more]

  3. Nor'easter brings over a foot of snow to parts of New England

    The impacts from the storm caused hundreds of thousands of power outages and accidents across the region.

    A wide swath of heavy snow was reported in parts of eastern New England from the storm with many locations from eastern Connecticut to Maine seeing 8 to 10 inches of snow. [more]

    U.S. job market slowed further in November 2020 – “We’re going to have a few of the toughest months of this pandemic, and there will be a lot of scars left to heal”

    The American economic recovery continues to slow, stranding millions who have yet to find a new job after being thrown out of work by the coronavirus pandemic.

    The latest evidence came Friday when the Labor Department reported that employers added 245,000 jobs in November, the fifth month in a row that the pace of hiring has tapered off. The figure for October was revised downward to 610,000, from the initially stated 638,000.

    The unemployment rate in November was 6.7 percent, down from the previous month’s rate of 6.9 percent. But that figure does not fully capture the extent of the joblessness because it doesn’t include people who have dropped out of the labor force and are not actively searching for work. [more]

    [2nd piece below]

  4. Shadow Government Statistics

    L A T E S T .. N U M B E R S .. November 2020 Payroll Employment circumstances continued to deteriorate -- Jobs “Recovery” has stalled in “Non-Recovery,” with monthly year-to-year declines in total Payrolls holding steady at 6% (-6%) (December 4th, Bureau of Labor Statistics - BLS). As suggested here last month, “... Payroll Employment improvement continued in sharp deceleration, with the pace of annual decline leveling off around 6% (-6%) in an “L”-Shaped economic recovery.” Meaningful quality and credibility issues continue to plague the “improving” headline labor numbers. November payroll jobs gained for the seventh month, up by 245,000 [256,000 net of revisions] month-to-month, well shy of expectations, and well below slowing monthly paces of 711,000 in September and 610,000 in October, with the rate of annual decline leveling off at 6.0% (-6.0%) in both October and November, having declined by 6.4% (-6.4%) in September. Industry payrolls in the key sectors such as Retail Sales and Manufacturing showed deepening annual contractions, with no economic recovery to pre-pandemic levels in sight. [more]

    Covid pandemic could push more than a BILLION people worldwide into extreme poverty, UN warns

    Another 207 million people could be driven into extreme poverty by the severe long-term impact of the coronavirus pandemic, bringing the total number to more than one billion by 2030, warns the UN.

    California Sheriff Slams Gov. Newsom's 'Dictatorial' Lockdowns, Won't Be 'Blackmailed, Bullied Or Used As Muscle' To Enforce

    Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco called out Newsom's "dictatorial attitude toward California residents while dining in luxury, traveling, keeping his business open and sending his kids to in-person private schools," which he called "extremely hypocritical."

    The sheriff of California's fourth-largest county has slammed Gov. Gavin Newsom over the most recent COVID-19 lockdown orders, and says that his department won't be "blackmailed, bullied or used as muscle" against residents during the pandemic, after they were told "there was a potential he would be withholding federal and state funding from counties who did not enforce the orders."

    "Ironically, it wasn't that long ago our same governor loudly and publicly argued how wrong it was for the President of the United States to withhold federal funding from states not complying with federal laws." [more]