Saturday, December 19, 2020

Event Update For 2020-12-18

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

2020-12-18 - Analysis of the methane threat:

Quote: "Areas where naked hydrates are melting show methane measurements so extensive that a ship randomly sailing by, if it created a spark or dropped a cigarette overboard, would blow up. 'This is truly a frightening circumstance of huge amounts of methane released from the seabed coming up to the sea surface where it is released into the atmosphere.'"

Quote: "We know that something has been going on in the last few years because if we look at the amount of methane in the atmosphere, it rose steadily from the 1980s and then it reached a peak in the year 2000...since 2007, an increase once again, and it’s been going up ever since in an accelerating way."

Quote: "Emergency plans should be formulated by nation/states and especially by coastal cities because a 'big burst' could happen at any time. Estimates are within the next few years. Certainly, the underwater permafrost is thinning. Russian scientists measure it. "

Note: So a 50-gigaton methane release could happen at any time. 'Next few years' is a guess. It might not happen for 10 years, or it could happen tomorrow. Already methane is bubbling up into the atmosphere from the ocean along a large stretch of the East Siberian Arctic Shelf and before that methane began exploding out of the ground and creating gigantic craters in the landscape in Siberia. Those are pretty big indicators that a major methane release is increasingly imminent. And that first 50-gigaton methane release will be just the beginning...

2020-12-18 - More acres burned on USFS lands this year since 1910, says agency chief:

2020-12-18 - Underground electrical fire causes blackouts in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2020-12-18 - Landfill fire breaks in Indio (California):

2020-12-18 - Earth may be even closer to 1.5C of global warming than we thought:

2020-12-18 - Broken societies put people and planet on a collision course, says UNDP:

2020-12-18 - Dozens of water buffalo found dead in national park in coastal Taipei (Taiwan):

Quote: "Investigators have not been able to keep up with the reports, she said, adding that she hopes the situation can become a higher priority of the government. Shih Jui-ling, head of the office’s investigation team, said the buffaloes’ bodies showed no obvious signs of disease, and although many of them were found with their necks arched backward, nothing conclusive could be determined until lab tests were conducted."

2020-12-18 - Tiger drops dead next to pond near Pundrai Bute (India):

Quote: "The carcass was found next to a pond near Pundrai Bute village, about 75km from the district headquarters. Senior forest officials said all its body parts were intact and ruled out any possible poaching attempt."

2020-12-18 - Home explodes and burns on 214th Avenue Northwest in Oak Grove (Minnesota), 1 injured:

Note: This is the 118th residential explosion in 2020...

2020-12-18 - Fishing boat bursts into flame at midnight while docked in coastal Eastern Passage (Canada), nobody aboard:

Note: This is the 1310th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on ramp from I-80 to Indianapolis Boulevard in Hammond (Indiana):

2020-12-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 2:25 AM at port in coastal Holyhead (Britain):

Note: These are the 1711th and 1712th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-12-18 - Garbage truck bursts into flame in Pickering (Britain):

2020-12-18 - RV bursts into flame at 5:30 AM on Fulton Street in coastal Everett (Washington):

Note: This is the 374th RV to burn in 2020...

2020-12-18 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, on Berry Hill Road in Syosset on coastal Long Island (New York):

Quote: "The car, which appeared to be an SUV with a snow plow attached to it, was parked in the driveway of a detached three-car garage at 186 Berry Hill Rd. when it caught fire shortly before 1 p.m. drawing first responders from the Syosset Fire Department. The fire quickly spread to the eaves of the two-story garage, according to a witness."

2020-12-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, on North Spaulding Drive in Dunnellon (Florida):

2020-12-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near Avenue 48 and Monroe Street in Indio (California):

2020-12-18 - Car bursts into flame on street in White Center (Washington), near the coast:

2020-12-18 - Car bursts into flame on US 280 near Alexander City (Alabama):

2020-12-18 - Car bursts into flame on Naas Road in Booth (Australia):

2020-12-18 - Car bursts into flame on the M69 near Hinckley (Britain):

2020-12-18 - Car bursts into flame on Hempdyke Road in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Hempdyke Road, Scunthorpe. Fri 18 Dec 2020 03:10 (No:023584) Car fire. 1 hose reel in use."

2020-12-18 - Vehicle bursts into flame on street in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

Quote: "Tonight’s vehicle fire was hosted by Norwalk at Woodward and South Main Street."

2020-12-18 - RV trailer bursts into flame at RV park on Apple Orchard Road in Hendersonville (North Carolina):

2020-12-18 - Two cars and duplex go up in flames at 11:30 PM on South Dupre Street in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

Quote: "Marvin Jackson, one of the adults that made it out of the home, is a fisherman and his truck was destroyed in the fire."

2020-12-18 - Car and home go up in flames on Wheatgrass Circle in Parker (Colorado):

Quote: "A car parked in the driveway was damaged."

2020-12-18 - Pickup truck and home destroyed by fire at midnight on Washington Drive in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida):

Quote: "Massive flames were seen shooting out of the home. A pickup truck parked in front of the home also caught fire."

2020-12-18 - Twelve businesses destroyed by fire in Van Nuys (California):

2020-12-18 - Home damaged by fire on Southeast Alder Street in Hillsboro (Oregon), 1 person injured, 2 pets killed:

2020-12-18 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:03 AM on Frederick Street Northeast in coastal Olympia (Washington):

2020-12-18 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Farmview Lane in Halfmoon (New York):

2020-12-18 - Home under renovation heavily damaged by fire at 6:30 AM on 23rd Avenue South in Nashville (Tennessee), nobody there:

2020-12-18 - Home destroyed by fire on Macedonia Road in Toney (Alabama), nobody there:

2020-12-18 - Home destroyed by fire on Roseland Avenue in Dallas (Texas):

2020-12-18 - Triplex apartment building destroyed by fire at 1 AM on Kilbourn Avenue in Tomah (Wisconsin):

2020-12-18 - Deadly fire burns garage at home in Universal (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-12-18 - Deadly fire burns home at 2:37 AM on Grand Avenue in Platteville (Colorado), 1 killed:

2020-12-18 - Deadly fire burns home on Old Newport Street in Newport Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2020-12-18 - Deadly fire burns home near North Bowman Avenue and Clarence Street in Danville (Illinois), 2 killed:

2020-12-18 - Deadly fire burns apartment building on Hackamore Trail in Centerville (Ohio), 1 killed:

2020-12-18 - Vacant office building heavily damaged by fire at 2:30 AM on Wright Avenue in coastal Richmond (California):

2020-12-18 - Vacant office building destroyed by fire near 16th Street south of Highland Avenue in Phoenix (Arizona):

2020-12-18 - Firefighter, man, 34, drops dead at home on Silver Bluff Drive in Glynn County (Georgia):

Quote: "A Glynn County firefighter died Thursday at his home on Silver Bluff Drive. Kyle Jurgens, 34, was found dead at the residence in southern Glynn County at about 5 p.m., a Glynn County Police report said. Jurgens possibly suffered cardiac arrest, the police report said. He leaves behind a wife, Tiffany, and three young children."

2020-12-18 - Man found dead in submerged vehicle in Tamarack Lake near LaPorte (Indiana):

2020-12-18 - Man, 41, has 'medical emergency' and dies at jail in Cass County (North Dakota):

Quote: "A 41-year-old Cass County inmate is dead after having a medical emergency in the jailhouse Friday night."

2020-12-18 - Man, 58, found dead near Sizemore Park Road in the Horse Creek area in Clay County (Kentucky):

2020-12-18 - Woman found dead on the frozen Mississippi River in Sauk Rapids (Minnesota):

2020-12-18 - Woman found dead in vacant building in Quincy (Illinois):

2020-12-18 - Man, 68, dies in Lake Corpus Christi in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

2020-12-18 - Person found dead near Jester Street in the Flour Bluff area in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

2020-12-18 - Man, 63, found dead on German School Road in Richmond (Virginia):

2020-12-18 - Man, 35, found dead in jail cell in Happy Valley-Goose Bay (Canada):

2020-12-18 - Man, 25, drops dead in bathroom at police station in Ludhiana (India):

2020-12-18 - Driver has 'medical episode', tractor trailer crashes into home, in Capron (Illinois):

Quote: "Crews believe the driver of the semi may have had a medical episode and lost concentration before the crash."

2020-12-18 - Driver has 'medical emergency', pickup truck crashes into ice cream shop, home and garage, in Stevens Point (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

Quote: "A driver was having a medical emergency when he crashed Friday night into a Stevens Point ice cream shop, a home and a garage."

2020-12-18 - Small plane crashes and burns on North Ward Street in coastal Tampa (Florida), engine failure, 3 injured:

2020-12-18 - Tanker truck overturns, explodes into flame, fire spreads to car and shops, in Ibadan (Nigeria):

2020-12-18 - SUV veers off road, crashes into apartment building, in coastal Dania Beach (Florida):

2020-12-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, in coastal Qualicum Beach (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-12-18 - Car veers off road, crashes into ditch and tree, bursts into flame, in Westfield (Iowa), 1 killed:

2020-12-18 - Five dogs attack and injure 10-year-old girl on Destiny Lane near Maxton (North Carolina):

2020-12-18 - Super Cyclone Yasa brings flooding, landslides and wind gusts up to 214 MPH to the Fiji Islands:

2020-12-18 - Heavy rain, flooding and landslides hit Samoa:

2020-12-18 - Mussels sold in grocery stores around the world contain microplastic particles:

2020-12-18 - This incredible particle only arises in two dimensions:


  1. Good Sunday morning Jonny and all JJFH readers.

    Garbage truck fires peaking at the end of the year, with 3 in about a week. More evidence of JJFH in waterways with all the animal die-offs being reported by and in them. People dropping dead, small airplanes having big problems, drivers increasingly having vague "medical events" and crashing, residences burning every day and overarching it all is the lede story about METHANE release.

    Dark Winter - Judy Mikovits - 19 December [~ 39 min. lead-in to article]

    Under Guise of ‘Racial Justice'Johns Hopkins Lays Out Plan to Vaccinate Ethnic Minorities and Mentally Challenged First Claims made by Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security about its strategy for vaccinating ethnic minorities and the mentally challenged first, “as a matter of justice,” suggest ulterior motives. [more]

    Tropical Depression "Vicky" kills 5, set to make landfall over Palawan, Philippines

    At least five fatalities were reported during the onslaught of Tropical Depression "Vicky" in the Philippines on Saturday, December 19, 2020 -- the storm is forecast to make landfall over the central portion of Palawan on Saturday night, and intensify into a tropical storm once it reaches the West Philippine Sea. [more]

    FDA investigating allergic reactions to Pfizer vaccine reported in multiple states [~ 2.5 min. lead-in video]

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating allergic reactions to the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine that were reported in multiple states after it began to be administered this week.

    Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, told reporters late Friday that the reactions had been reported in more than one state besides Alaska and that the FDA is probing five reactions. [more; only 5 reactions! mmmm-hmmmm . .]

    Emails Show Navy's 'UFO' Patents Went Through Significant Internal Review, Resulted In A Demo

    The more we learn about the bizarre inventions Dr. Salvatore Pais patented on behalf of the Navy, the more questions we have.

    The War Zone continues to dig into the bizarre U.S. Navy patents authored by enigmatic inventor Dr. Salvatore Pais and the seemingly unusual circumstances of their approval by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). As part of our investigation, we recently obtained a tranche of internal emails from Naval Air Systems Command, or NAVAIR, which appear to have been sent between Pais and personnel in different NAVAIR offices. While the Navy's exotic energy production patents remain as mysterious as ever, these emails add to the backstory surrounding the inventions of Salvatore Pais and suggest that the patents went through a more rigorous internal evaluation process than was previously known. The emails also seem to indicate that the research program that emanated from the patents did in fact result in an experimental demonstration of some sort.

    [2nd section below]

  2. An end to alternate news media?

    A new white paper by the IMF calls for linking your search history to your financial credit score, which would in effect lower your score if you visit websites marked harmful by their fact-checkers.

    The researchers propose using the data from your browsing, search, and purchase history to create a mechanism for determining the credit rating of an individual or business. [aaah . . no thanks!]

    the policy seems to be designed to bring an end to alternate news media with grave consequences for those engaged with the organisation. [more]

    [hear anything Mike?]
    'Loud booms' in Austin, Texas lead to 911 calls but no explanation

    Multiple loud booms woke people up overnight in south Austin. The Austin Police Department says as many as a dozen people called 911. The first call came in at 2:30 a.m.

    APD says the callers described the noises as "gunshots," "a transformer exploding," and a "loud boom noise." Multiple people said they could hear at least three different booms. One caller also said this happened before in September. [more; Chinese burrowing]

    More evacuated as floods worsen in Terengganu, Malaysia

    The flood situation in the east coast of the peninsula has worsened, with the number of victims evacuated to temporary relief centres (PPS), at of 8 am today, rising to 7,308 evacuees compared to 6,627 yesterday evening. [more; 2 videos]

    Impressive light pillars recorded over Tyumen in Western Siberia

    Dozens of vertical lights appeared in the sky just before midnight, and were visible for several minutes, prompting many residents to rush outside to enjoy the sight. [more; short video and pics]

    [elephants have HAD IT]
    Forest guard, volunteer die in elephant attack in Tamil Nadu, India - 3 such deaths for the state in 2 days

    In a tragic incident, a forest guard watcher and a volunteer were killed in an elephant attack in the Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve on Thursday. The two were part of a team of forest personnel that had set out into the reserve to carry out a wildlife census.

    The team, consisting of guard watchers and volunteers, had entered the dense reserve and begun the survey under the guidance of a guard watcher. However, a lone elephant attacked them leading to the death of a forest guard watcher and a volunteer while another forest guard watcher sustained injuries. [more]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. China's Fishing Fleet Lays Waste to Global Ecosystems [~ 75.3 min. BBN]

    China Endures Worsening Electricity Shortages In Name Of Punishing Australia

    Coal is among the latest in a growing list of major Australian exports hit by severe restrictions in China, also including commodities like cotton, timber wine, lobster, and barley. While Chinese citizens might be able to forgo luxuries for a while like Aussie wine as well as lobster, coal is quite another thing especially given the country is currently facing a broad coal shortage.

    Several cities in at least three provinces in central and southern China are experiencing a power crunch, with some local governments beginning to ration power use during peak times, according to multiple domestic media reports. [more]

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, December 19, 2020, #280 (Dane Wigington) [~ 65.25 min.]

    Ohio Quietly Passes A Bill That Could Bankrupt Churches Linked To Fossil Fuel Protests

    Ohio lawmakers faced fierce blowback last winter over a bill that would escalate criminal charges on fossil fuel protesters and threaten religious organizations or nonprofits that support such demonstrations with crushing fines.

    By then, the state Senate had already passed the proposal, known as SB-33. At House hearings that lasted until early 2020, however, some 171 opponents testified against the effort they said risked chilling free speech and preventing the faithful from exercising their spiritual duties at a moment when scientists credibly argue that new fossil fuel projects doom humanity to hellish global warming. Just nine spoke in favor of the bill.

    For nearly a year, the bill sat dormant. But this week, on the state Legislature’s final day, House lawmakers quietly passed it. The measure is expected to reach Republican Gov. Mike DeWine’s desk on Monday.

    “They’re just cowards, plain and simple cowards,” Teresa Mills, executive director of the nonprofit Buckeye Environmental Network, said by phone Friday night. “Shame on them.” [more]

    Concern among Muslims over halal status of COVID-19 vaccine

    Spokespeople for Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca have said that pork products are not part of their COVID-19 vaccines. But limited supply and preexisting deals worth millions of dollars with other companies means that some countries with large Muslim populations, such as Indonesia, will receive vaccines that have not yet been certified to be gelatin-free. [more]

    The Supreme Court might be finding its way to overturning 'qualified immunity'

    This month, the United States Supreme Court issued a remarkable opinion that could pave the way to repealing qualified immunity. That doctrine — which shields government workers from accountability when they violate the constitution — relies on the policy that government workers should rarely be subject to lawsuits for money damages. But in Tanzin v. Tanvir, a unanimous Supreme Court said that it is not its business to do policy. In addition, it held that damages are not only an appropriate remedy against government workers who violate the Constitution, but that “this exact remedy has coexisted with our constitutional system since the dawn of the Republic.”

    The case involves a group of Muslim men who, following the dictates of their faith, refused to cooperate with the FBI and spy on their communities. In retaliation, FBI agents placed the men on the No Fly List, robbing them of the ability to travel to see family or for work. Muhammad Tanvir, for example, lost his job as a long-haul trucker because it required him to fly cross-country after finishing deliveries. [more]