Saturday, January 9, 2021

Event Update For 2021-01-08

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

2021-01-08 - Battery recycling factory explodes and burns in Ningxiang (China), 1 killed, 20 injured:

2021-01-08 - Car dealership destroyed by fire in Vienna (Illinois):

Quote: "A car dealership is left in ruins, after a disastrous fire. 'We were on scene until about 2:16 this morning,' said Brent Williams."

2021-01-08 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at home on Queen Street in Newtown (Connecticut):

2021-01-08 - Two cars destroyed by fire, van damaged, while parked in parking lot in Melville on coastal Long Island (New York), separate crash too:

Quote: "A Honda Civic and BMW were destroyed, and a van sustained considerable damage. The fire appears to be accidental, Silverman said. While trying to douse the flames, Kaplan heard a crash from a vehicle flipping over on the westbound Long Island Expressway east of Pinelawn Road at 12:18 p.m."

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Walmart in Shelton (Connecticut):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked at motel, fire spreads to motel, in Airway Heights (Washington):

Quote: "According to the Airway Heights Fire Department, a car fire extended to the complex, forcing those inside to evacuate."

2021-01-08 - Volcano Pacaya erupts in Guatemala:

2021-01-08 - Very rare noctilucent clouds appear over Argentina:

2021-01-08 - Gigantic sinkhole opens in hospital parking lot in coastal Naples (Italy):

Note: Now that's a sinkhole!

2021-01-08 - Livestock carrier ship 'Bashar One Transport' bursts into flame in shipyard in coastal Tuzla (Turkey):

Quote: "Fire erupted on board of, reportedly, livestock carrier BASHAR ONE TRANSPORT, docked at Tuzla Shiprepair Yard, Turkey, at night Jan 7 or during the night Jan 7-8. Understood fire erupted in cargo compartments."

Note: This is the 6th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-08 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on High Street in Hailsham (Britain):

Note: This is the 6th bus to burn in 2021...

2021-01-08 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at business in Dharsiwa (India):

Quote: "A fire broke out at Green Petro Company located in Dharsiwa police station limits when an oil tanker caught fire on its premises, said Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Tarkeshwar Patel."

2021-01-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-29 in Sioux City (Iowa):

2021-01-08 - Tractor (JCB) bursts into flame on the A350 in Semley (Britain):

Note: These are the 28th, 29th and 30th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-08 - Van bursts into flame near the A379 in coastal Exeter (Britain):

2021-01-08 - Minivan bursts into flame on Loop 340 in Bellmead (Texas):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame shortly after 7 AM on street in Joplin (Missouri):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame on Norfolk Avenue in Norfolk (Nebraska):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame at 2:06 AM on Kangaroo Close in Nicholls (Australia):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame on the A47 in Terrington St John (Britain):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame on the A380 in Devon (Britain):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame at 2:02 AM on Clive Road in Monkmoor, Shrewsbury (Britain):

2021-01-08 - Car bursts into flame on Somerset Way in Warrington (Britain):

2021-01-08 - Vehicles go up in flames at auto shop, fire spreads to building, on Indianapolis Boulevard in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "Vehicles near the business had caught fire and the flames spread to the building, Hudson said."

2021-01-08 - Two vehicles, ATV, RV trailer and garage destroyed by fire at home in Sissonville (West Virginia):

Quote: "Two vehicles, an ATV and camper went up in flames along with the garage, according to Sissonville Fire Department officials. All items are considered a total loss."

2021-01-08 - Car destroyed by fire, two vehicles and garage damaged, in Elkton (Kentucky):

Quote: "Elkton Firefighters say the fire severely damaged the middle of the four-vehicle garage. A classic car was reportedly destroyed in the fire and two other vehicles were damaged."

2021-01-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Broken Lance Court in coastal San Jose (California):

2021-01-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Tucson (Arizona), 3 injured:

2021-01-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire shortly before 4:50 AM on North Courtney Avenue in Hollywood Hills (California):

2021-01-08 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in coastal London (Britain):

2021-01-08 - Apartment building destroyed by massive fire in Verona (Canada):

2021-01-08 - Deadly fire burns home just before 1:30 AM on West Diamond Street in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2021-01-08 - Deadly fire burns home at 6:40 AM on Bernard Johnson Road near Perry (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-01-08 - Deadly fire rips through hospital in Bhandara (India), 10 infants killed:

2021-01-08 - Woman, 28, drops dead in apartment in Ashland (Virginia):

2021-01-08 - Man, 38 or 39, legendary Tetris player, has 'medical emergency' and dies in Southern California:

Quote: "Tetris legend Jonas Neubauer passed away on January 4 at the age of 38 after a 'sudden medical emergency.'"

2021-01-08 - Woman, 42, found dead in the North Leigh Creek area in Teton County (Idaho):

2021-01-08 - Man, 48, found dead in the South Umpqua River near Gaddis Park in Roseburg (Oregon):

2021-01-08 - Person found dead in the Arizona Canal in Phoenix (Arizona):

2021-01-08 - Man, 42, found dead in hotel room in Albany (Georgia):

2021-01-08 - Person found dead at mill in Converse (South Carolina):

2021-01-08 - Woman goes out on kayak, next seen dead in the Illinois River, in Peoria County (Illinois):

2021-01-08 - Person found dead in the water near ferry terminal in coastal Brentwood Bay (Canada):

2021-01-08 - Man has 'medical episode' and dies while mowing lawn on Kiwitahi Railway Road in Morrinsville (New Zealand):

Quote: "It is understood the elderly man suffered a medical event while mowing the lawns."

2021-01-08 - Woman in her 70s found dead in the Grand Canal in Naas (Ireland):

2021-01-08 - Man has 'medical emergency', SUV crashes into home, on Lee Street in Rome (New York), 3 injured:,108856

Quote: "A medical emergency behind the wheel caused a small SUV to crash into the front of a home on Lee Street in Rome Friday morning, according to city fire officials, who did not disclose the type or cause of the medical emergency. Three people were taken to local hospitals."

2021-01-08 - Man, 25, loses consciousness, car crashes into store in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "The 25-year-old passed out at the wheel about 7:55 p.m. in the 5200 block of North Clark Street, Chicago police said. His vehicle jumped the curb and crashed into a convenience store, causing damage to the building."

2021-01-08 - Tanker truck overturns on Jae Valley Road in Vinton (Virginia):

2021-01-08 - Van crashes on Brittmoore Road in Houston (Texas), 3 injured:

2021-01-08 - Minivan veers off road, crashes into home, on South 7th Street in Terre Haute (Indiana), 1 injured:

2021-01-08 - SUV veers off road, crashes into home, in coastal Miami (Florida):

2021-01-08 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into creek, in Graves County (Kentucky):

2021-01-08 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, on St. Clair River Drive in Algonac (Michigan), 1 killed:

Quote: "Investigators believe the man may have experienced a medical incident prior to the crash."

Note: You can see the river in the picture...

2021-01-08 - Car veers off road, crashes into poles and stoplight, bursts into flame, on Fifth Avenue in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-08 - Apartment building partially collapses in East Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-08 - Home collapses in coastal Casablanca (Morocco), 3 killed:

2021-01-08 - Special forces captain jumps into lake and disappears in Jodhpur (India):

2021-01-08 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Montego Bay (Jamaica):

2021-01-08 - Lack of protection leaves Spain-size swath of Brazilian Amazon up for grabs:

2021-01-08 - Six science-backed benefits of blueberries, according to nutritionists:


  1. Mornin' Jonny, everyone. Starting another week of surprises and misery, fake news and purposely blocked information, DC in disarray,
    weather extremes in some places, all kinds of stuff happening (especially behind the scenes).

    Sunday, 10 January 2021
    The Pacific Ring Of Fire continued it's 2021 impressive explosion with two more major quakes this morning bringing the total to seven in just the first ten days of 2021 along with an equally impressive number of volcano eruptions.

    Atmospheric carbon dioxide to pass iconic threshold in 2021 – “Emissions have now returned almost to pre-pandemic levels … The human-caused build-up of CO2 in the atmosphere is accelerating”

    The Met Office predicts that annual average CO2 concentration at Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii, will be 2.29 ± 0.55 parts per million (ppm) higher in 2021 than in 2020. This rise is driven by emissions from fossil fuel burning and deforestation, but will be slightly smaller than usual due to a temporary strengthening of natural carbon sinks. Weather patterns linked to the current La Niña event are expected to promote a temporary burst of growth in tropical forests that soak up some of humanity’s emissions.

    Despite these La Niña-related effects, CO2 will still continue to build up in the atmosphere, and will exceed 417 ppm for several weeks from April to June. This is 50% higher than the level of 278 ppm in the late Eighteenth Century when widespread industrial activity began. [more]

    2020 tied 2016 for hottest year ever recorded – “The extraordinary climate events of 2020 show us we have no time to lose”

    The temperature data released by the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) showed that the past six years have been the hottest six on record. They also showed that Europe saw its hottest year on record, 1.6C above the long-term average, with a searing heatwave hitting western Europe in late July and early August.

    The Arctic and northern Siberia saw particularly extreme average temperatures in 2020, with a large region 3C higher than the long-term average and some locations more than 6C higher. This resulted in extensive wildfires, with a record 244m tonnes of CO2 released within the Arctic Circle. Arctic sea ice was also significantly lower, with July and October seeing the smallest extent on record for those months. [more]

    [2nd part follows]

  2. Sunday, 10 January 2021
    Disruption of power grid in Europe and Pakistan

    Massive disruption in the European power grid

    Europe barely missed a blackout on Friday lunchtime. The cause of the network problems could be in Eastern Europe.

    On Friday afternoon around 2 p.m. there was a brief disruption to the European power grid. As confirmed by the Austrian Power Grid (APG), there was a frequency deviation . The normal frequency of 50 Hz dropped sharply to 49.75 Hz. "A larger supply area must have broken away," explains blackout expert Herbert Saurugg of futurezone. The short-term frequency deviation was around 260 mHz, as also confirmed by Austria Power Grid.

    The cause of the event is currently being investigated. According to initial reports, the incident could have occurred in south-east Europe. In any case, according to the APG, it was outside Austria. ['hey -it wun' us']

    Pakistan’s national power grid has failed, leaving almost the entire country in the dark. With officials blaming a mysterious “plunge in the frequency,” conspiracy theories quickly proliferated. [more]

    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, January 9, 2021, #283 (Dane Wigington) [~ 68.5 min.]

    Canadian government back in October projected a new COVID-19 mutation

    It was immediately shot down as a conspiracy theory but it seems a lot of these "conspiracy theories" are coming to fruition. [more; yep, just like all the alternative news and channels discussing FAKE history, FAKE science, and all the other LIES we've been INDOCTRINATED with]

  3. The Democrat-Big Tech Censorship Alliance Just Ran a Masterclass in Media Control For Dictators Around The World

    Despite the mewling of the spineless American media, the real coup this week wasn't committed by President Trump's supporters, but by his opponents. They're writing a manual on modern regime change, and it's ready for export.

    Sunday, 10 January 2021
    Company AltEn selling "Clean Fuel" ethanol responsible for eye and throat irritation and nosebleeds in residents colonies of dead bees disoriented birds and butterflies and pet dogs ill, staggering about with dilated pupils: Bi-product known to cause tumours in mice

    The company, called AltEn, is supposed to be helpful to the environment, using high-starch grains such as corn to annually churn out about 25m gallons of ethanol, practice regulators generally hailed as an environmentally friendly source for auto fuel. Ethanol plants typically also produce a byproduct called distillers grains to sell as nutritious livestock feed. But unlike most of the other 203 US ethanol plants, AltEn has been using seed coated with fungicides and insecticides, including those known as neonicotinoids, or "neonics", in its production process. Company officials have advertised AltEn as a "recycling" location where agricultural companies can rid themselves of excess supplies of pesticide-treated seeds, a strategy that gave AltEn free supplies for its ethanol but also left it with a waste product too pesticide-laden to feed to animals.

    Instead, AltEn has been accumulating thousands of pounds of a smelly, lime-green mash of fermented grains, distributing some to farm fields as a "soil conditioner" and accumulating the rest on the grounds of its plant. It is that waste that some researchers say is dangerously polluting water and soil and probably also posing a health threat to animals and people. [more]

    the real story of 2021 — if anyone is allowed to tell it — is likely to be mass censorship. What we are already seeing is, ironically, an unmasking. If 2020 was the year in which people put their Masks on, 2021 is already shaping up to be the year when the Globalists and Global Pravda really take theirs off. They are really going for it, blatantly censoring dissent, brazenly de-platforming alternative views, and shamelessly using technology to ensure that reasoned, fact-based challenges to establishment narratives are silenced.

    It is ugly, it's sinister and it's menacing. And unless you are someone who longs to live in a more totalitarian state, you need to get wise to it now, you need to pray against it now, and you need to fight against it now. The masks are coming off and freedom is being crushed. Choose which side you want to stand on. [more]

    [2nd section follows]

  4. Over 50,000 households hit by floods in south Thailand

    Floods and landslides have struck again in southern Thailand, affecting the 4 provinces of Songkhla, Yala, Narathiwat and Pattani. Authorities report 3 people have died as a result.

    According to Thailand's Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM), as many as 58,497 households are affected across over 30 districts, with 907 people displaced. [more; 3 videos]

    Deadly landslides triggered by heavy rainfall kill at least 11 in West Java Province, Indonesia

    At least 11 people have died after heavy rain triggered landslides in western Indonesia.

    Two landslides struck in quick succession in the village of Cihanjuang in Cimanggung District, Sumedang Regency in West Java Province on 09 January 2021. [more; 2 videos]

    6.0-magnitude earthquake hits near Vanuatu - 2nd strong quake on the planet within 3 hours

    M6.1 earthquake hits near San Antonio de los Cobres, Argentina

    Intense cold waves bring rare snowfall to Taiwan

    An intense cold wave is affecting parts of Taiwan over the past couple of days, with temperatures dropping below 10 °C (50 °F) and rare snow and freezing temperatures at higher elevations. In just 17 hours to Friday morning, January 8, 2021, local authorities reported 18 sudden deaths. While the cause is most likely cold weather, officials said an investigation is still in progress. [more]

    Where is winter exactly in Canada? Unprecedented snow buries parts of Labrador as residents find ways to dig out their front doors

    As much of the country continues to wonder, ‘where is winter exactly?,’ parts of Labrador are digging out from a significant blast of snow, one that prompted several school closures in the region early Friday.

    Yes, heavy snow has literally buried parts of Labrador as residents find ways to dig out their front doors. [more; pics]

    [3rd part below]

  5. The now disrupting polar vortex is set to release arctic blasts and extreme winter weather across the United States and Europe

    The blast of Arctic weather currently burying Europe and eastern Canada in meters of snow could be a first sign of still worse things to come this winter. [more]

    Spain breaks coldest temperature record AGAIN at -35.8C, just a day after new one set

    On Wednesday (6 Jan), a meteorological station in the Catalan Pyrenees recorded a temperature of -34.1C.

    On Thursday (7 Jan), a record breaking temperature of -35.8C was registered at the Vega de Liordes weather station, situated at an altitude of 1,874 metres in the northwestern province of Leon.[more]

    [from the Nobody Cays news line]
    Exxon’s Mega Oil Finds In Guyana Are Just The Beginning

    Like many global oil majors ExxonMobil is under considerable pressure because of the significant fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, sharply weaker oil prices and the threat of peak oil demand. There are growing fears that Exxon, because of its tremendous debt burden, is a zombie company. [more]

    Waves crash on the California coast amid high surf advisory

    With stormy conditions just off the West Coast causing a high surf advisory on Jan. 10, this video was recorded of waves crashing on rocks in Pacific Grove. [~ 30 sec. video (use full screen)]