Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Event Update For 2021-01-12

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

2021-01-12 - Water suddenly turns pink, smells foul, fish die, in coastal Sentosa South Cove (Singapore):

Quote: "Sentosa South Cove residents were greeted by strange-smelling waters in the the canal that had turned pink on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 12, 2021. Photos of the unusual coloured waters and dead fish floating on the surface were shared on Facebook. Residents allegedly also smelled a foul rotting scent."

Quote: "A new development however, appears to be the presence of a purple scum floating on the surface of waters. A rather prominent patch was seen below a bridge at one end of the long waterway."

Note: That was the chemocline rising abruptly to the surface, releasing accumulated hydrogen sulfide (the foul smell) and CO2 from the bottom, and suffocating or poisoning the fish to death. As the oceans continue warming, this will happen with increasing frequency until eventually the oceans belch up enough hydrogen sulfide to kill off most land-based life in addition to the vast majority of life in the oceans. The oceans turning into poison factories that wipe out the human race (and most other oxygen-using life on the planet) is the real danger of global warming, not rising seas levels or heat waves or wildfires. Chemical markers for hydrogen sulfide have been found at every single extinction event in the planet's history. The pinkish purple color is purple sulfur bacteria which feed on hydrogen sulfide and which only exist in water where hydrogen sulfide is present...

2021-01-12 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, vehicles and parts burn, on Aldine Avenue near the Mississippi River in St. Louis (Missouri):

Quote: "Vehicles and vehicle parts caught fire Tuesday morning at a north St. Louis salvage yard."

2021-01-12 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, scrap cars burn, on Hunua Road in Papakura (New Zealand):

Quote: "The fire at Global Metal Solutions on Hunua Road, Papakura, was reported to Fire and Emergency NZ this morning just after 8am. A large plume of black smoke is rising from the fire, which is believed to have begun in a stack of scrapped vehicles."

2021-01-12 - Up to 20 vehicles and barn destroyed by fire in coastal Widnes (Britain):

Quote: "Up to 20 vehicles have been ravaged by fire after a large fire ravaged a barn last night. Eight teams and a high volume pump were called in and firefighters spent the night fighting the Widnes blaze."

2021-01-12 - Fall-like warmth to challenge records and reignite fire risk in Southern California:

2021-01-12 - Category 5 atmospheric river brings flooding rain and strong winds to Oregon and Washington:

2021-01-12 - Fishing boat bursts into flame in coastal Frances Bay (Australia):

Note: This is the 14th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-12 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame at station in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Note: This is the 10th bus to burn in 2021...

2021-01-12 - Two tanker trucks destroyed by fire in East Bank Essequibo (Guyana), 1 injured:

2021-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6:41 AM on the New Jersey Turnpike Southbound near I-195 in Mercer County (New Jersey):

2021-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-35 in Coffey County (Kansas):

2021-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-90 near North Park (Illinois):

2021-01-12 - Tractors and barn destroyed by fire near Emporia (Kansas):

2021-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked in Deacon’s Corner (Canada):

Note: These are the 43rd, 44th, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 49th and 50th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-12 - Garbage truck bursts into flame at church in Escondido (California):

2021-01-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at building, fire spreads to building, in coastal Revere (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Quote: "A man who was working on a roof in Revere suffered 'significant' burns Tuesday when a pickup truck parked up against the building caught fire, a fire official said."

2021-01-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home on Austin Lane near Russellville (Arkansas):

2021-01-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in parking lot at hotel in Gillette (Wyoming):

2021-01-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M65 near Blackburn (Britain):

2021-01-12 - Used car dealership destroyed by fire shortly before 5 AM in Brundidge (Alabama):

2021-01-12 - Business destroyed by fire shortly before 4 AM on Willett Road in Jonesboro (Arkansas):

2021-01-12 - Businesses destroyed by fire just after 6:30 AM in coastal Yonkers (New York):

2021-01-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire shortly after 5 AM on Ridge Boulevard in Dunbar Township (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2021-01-12 - Home destroyed by fire just before 12:30 AM on Virginia St. East in St. Albans (West Virginia):

2021-01-12 - Home destroyed by fire on Carrick Court in Emmitsburg (Maryland):

2021-01-12 - Fourplex apartment building damaged by fire on East Wood Avenue in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2021-01-12 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 5:30 AM on Prospect Avenue in Scranton (Pennsylvania):

2021-01-12 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Fulton Street in coastal San Francisco (California):

2021-01-12 - Apartment building damaged by fire on West 29th Street in coastal Bayonne (New Jersey):

2021-01-12 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Watson Avenue in coastal Bronx (New York), 12 injured:

2021-01-12 - Deadly fire burns home just after 2 AM on Lauren Lane SE in Vienna (Virginia), 1 killed:

2021-01-12 - Deadly fire burns home on Newcastle Drive in Paragould (Arkansas), 2 killed:

2021-01-12 - Deadly fire burns duplex at 5:30 AM on Williams Avenue in Carbondale (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2021-01-12 - Vacant building burns on Las Vegas Boulevard South in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-01-12 - Pastor and man die in the water during baptism in Atteridgeville (South Africa):

2021-01-12 - Woman dies after being found unconscious in the water at coastal Kaanapali Beach in Maui (Hawaii):

Quote: "Ocean and weather conditions were described as being calm at the time."

2021-01-12 - Man, 56, has 'medical emergency' while driving then pulls over and dies, on Merrill Hill Road in Hebron (Maine):

Quote: "Daniel Sawtelle, 56, of Fairfield was driving with his wife, Cynthia Sawtelle, when he suffered a medical emergency in front of 521 Merrill Hill Road. Sawtelle was able to stop the car on the shoulder of the road without crashing the vehicle or injuring his wife, said James Urquhart, chief deputy of the Oxford County Sheriff’s Office."

2021-01-12 - Man, 45 to 50, found dead and surrounded by money at cemetery in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "Investigators say there is a possibility the man was beaten because of swelling around his face, but his injuries didn't appear to be severe enough to have killed him. The medical examiner also couldn't explain an immediate cause of death, Evans said."

2021-01-12 - Man, 40, found dead at Echo Park Community Center in the Echo Park area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2021-01-12 - Man found dead in pool at Lakeside Park on Piedmont Highway in Greenville County (South Carolina):

2021-01-12 - Woman, 38, former actress, naturopathic physician, drops dead at her practice in Portland (Oregon):

2021-01-12 - Man found dead at Little Beach in coastal Gearhart (Oregon):

2021-01-12 - Man, 47, has 'medical emergency' at jail and dies in Fresno (California):

Quote: "A 47-year-old inmate at the Fresno County Jail died on Tuesday after suffering a medical emergency, said Tony Botti, spokesman for the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office."

2021-01-12 - Woman, 38, found dead in minivan at Walmart in Mt. Vernon (Illinois):

2021-01-12 - Woman found dead at St Kilda Botanical Gardens in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

2021-01-12 - Man found dead at Rouken Glen Park near coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2021-01-12 - Man, 57, found dead in apartment at Muirhouse Park in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2021-01-12 - Man, 38, found dead in the Wainibokasi River (Fiji Islands):

2021-01-12 - Bus driver has 'medical episode', bus crashes into shopping center, in Oxford (Britain):

Quote: "A bus crashed into the Westgate in Oxford after the driver suffered a 'suspected medical episode'."

2021-01-12 - Driver has 'medical emergency', SUV crashes into the Virginia River, in coastal St. John's (Canada):

Quote: "Officials say the cause of the accident appears to have been a medical emergency."

2021-01-12 - Man has 'medical emergency', car crashes into building, in coastal Wilmington (North Carolina):

Quote: "A driver suffering from a medical emergency accidentally ran into a Tuesday afternoon, police say."

2021-01-12 - Tanker truck overturns on Salem Parkway in Salem (Oregon):

2021-01-12 - Two cars crash then plunge into the Potomac River in coastal Arlington (Virginia), 2 injured:

2021-01-12 - Two cars crash on Tates Creek Road in Jessamine County (Kentucky), 1 injured:

Quote: "One person was seriously injured Tuesday afternoon in a two-car crash that may have been caused when one of the drivers had a medical issue."

2021-01-12 - Car veers off road just after 6 AM, crashes into woods, bursts into flame, on US 1 in Kershaw County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2021-01-12 - Car veers off road, crashes into restaurant, in St. Louis (Missouri), 3 injured:

2021-01-12 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in coastal Hudson (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-01-12 - Magnitude 6.7 earthquake strikes near Turt (Mongolia):

2021-01-12 - Three small-to-moderate earthquakes strike in the ocean near Mendocino (California):

2021-01-12 - Michigan had over 2 million lightning strikes in 2020, one-third higher than normal:

2021-01-12 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Santa Rosa (Argentina):

2021-01-12 - Heavy rain and flooding wash away cars and sheep in Morocco:

2021-01-12 - Trump supporter, man, 53, kills himself at home days after being charged with trespassing in the Washington DC riots:

Note: Seems like overkill to off yourself over a trespassing charge!


  1. Sorry about being late - something went awry. I had clicked publish but it hadn't, and I didn't notice, because that had never happened before. The post was still there and it showed up normally once I re-clicked publish. Might still be some bugs in this new Blogger interface that Google foisted on me a couple of months ago!

  2. No problem being late, Jonny. If you're gonna die overnight - let us know though, mmmkoi?

    It looks like our species is going to be extinguished by multiple overlapping dilemmas - H2S, HEAT, radiation and other pollution, widespread crop failure, lack of water, FIRE, megastorms and disease (to name a few - there's also WAR).

    [this article is a HUGE summary of all that's happening environmentally]
    Thursday, 14 January 2021
    It is much worse than they are telling us: Up to 1 million: species threatened with extinction: Tens to hundreds of times: the extent to which the current rate of global species extinction is higher compared to average over the last 10 million years, and the rate is accelerating

    CDFW Fall Trawl Survey yields no Delta smelt for third year

    For the third year in a row, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife found zero Delta smelt in the agency’s 2020 Fall Midwater Trawl Survey throughout the [San Francisco Bay] Delta.

    It was once the most abundant fish in the entire estuary, numbering in the millions. Now it’s on the verge of extinction in the wild.

    Doctors found another strange coronavirus symptom no one can explain

    Now, a new report explains another strange coronavirus symptom that can appear with Long COVID: Some people have experienced skin peeling off their hands and a strange purple discoloration in their fingers. [more]

    Doctor and nurse dead after taking Pfizer’s vaccine

    Doctor Gregory Michael, 56, died 15 days after taking Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine, in Florida in the US. In Portugal, Sonia Azevedo, 41 and the mother of two children, died after getting the jab. She worked as a surgical assistant and was among the first health workers to receive the vaccine. [more]

    Everything We Know About The Mysterious Dark Helicopters That Have Been Circling Los Angeles

    The dark gray helicopters with no readily identifiable markings and unusual antennas have caught people's attention as they zip around Los Angeles.

    Yesterday, plane spotters in the greater Los Angeles area caught glimpses of three mysterious Bell 407 helicopters painted overall in what looks to be a dark gray color, but with no easily identifiable markings. Covered in antennas that one might expect to see on examples in use by military or law enforcement units, but unlike any we at The War Zone are familiar with, the sightings immediately caught our attention. While we don't know for sure who is operating them or for what purpose, these helicopters appear to have a very unusual history and there are solid indications that they could be associated with a very secretive U.S. military aviation unit. [more]

    [2nd piece awaits]

  3. ‘Extremely Hazardous’ Pesticide Federally Approved For Use On Florida Citrus

    The neurotoxin aldicarb is banned in about 100 countries, and is only one of 36 pesticides that the World Health Organization has called “extremely hazardous.” It’s now allowed to be used on Florida oranges and grapefruits.

    Aldicarb has been linked to brain damage in young children and infants. [more]

    Trump Opens Habitat of a Threatened Owl to Timber Harvesting

    The Trump administration on Wednesday removed more than 3 million acres of Pacific Northwest land from the protected habitat of the northern spotted owl, 15 times the amount it had previously proposed opening to the timber industry. [more]

    Near power grid blackout in Europe before Nationwide electricity collapse in Pakistan – What’s plunging millions of people in the dark around the world?

    Although the actual cause of the near collapse remains unclear, officials blame France that is unable to cope with the current cold weather.

    Britain also seemed to have problems generating enough electricity for the current winter demand. [more]

    Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific from Oregon

    A racing pigeon has survived an extraordinary 13,000-kilometer (8,000-mile) Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States to find a new home in Australia. Now authorities consider the bird a quarantine risk and plan to kill it. [more; humans are sick]

    [if it was sick in any way, how could it complete this journey?]

  4. Violent thunderstorm and flood hits Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil [~ 3.3 min. video]

    Man captures the moment he is struck by lightning in Brazil as he talks about 'god's nature'

    Jose Omar de Oliveria was out in the countryside in Minduri in Brazil, where he works as a councillor, was he was struck by a bolt from the skies.

    Somewhat miraculously, Oliveria was unharmed by the shock but it did ruin his flip flops.

    In the clip, which Oliveria filmed on his mobile phone, he can be heard to say: "It's God's nature. I'll tell you. Look, clear skies.

    "Over there it's starting (to rain). Clear skies, it's sunny, look for yourself to see how Minduriis."

    He then managed to capture the moment he was hit by lightning and his screams can be heard. [2 short videos, < 20 sec. each]

    Local meteorologist Ruibran dos Reis told local media that roughly 100 people are killed every year by lightning strikes in Brazil.
    [more; here it would be classified as a Covid death . ..]

    Deadly wind storm hits Pacific Northwest with 50-70 mph gusts, leaves 500,000 without power [~ 5 min. news video]

    A powerful wind storm rolled through the Pacific Northwest, killing one person and leaving a trail of damage, including a highway shut down after a landslide and a tractor-trailer that was nearly blown off a bridge. More than 500,000 people lost power. [more]

    Severe flooding in Mtwara Region,Tanzania after torrential rainfall - 18 inches in 48 hours

    Authorities reported 1 person died after being swept away by flash floods [more; 2 ~ 1 min. videos]

    Threat of shortages on fruit and veg markets due to the intense cold in Spain

    Agricultural producers and companies in the fruit and vegetable sector in the Spanish provinces of Almería and Granada are not having a moment of truce. Due to storm Filomena, record minimum temperatures are being recorded across Spain; also in the south. Rain and snow have been falling incessantly throughout the week and in these conditions, the crops won't reach the expected yields.

    Production has dropped considerably and is taking a toll on many crops, including tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant and peppers. Prices are high due to the acute product shortage. In the current situation, there is no capacity to meet all the demand, not even that from contracts previously signed by the marketing companies. [more; 2 videos]

    [2nd section below]

  5. Rare snowfall hits Saada, Yemen [2 videos]

    Rare snowfall hits Saudi Arabia's Asir region [1 video]

    Heavy snowfall in several regions of Morocco - up to 3 feet in 24 hours [2 videos]

    Hong Kong records coldest temperature in 33 years, large scale crop damage reported

    Temperature plunged below the freezing point in some parts of New Territories this morning, with farmers reporting large scale damages to their crops.

    The mercury in Ta Kwu Ling touched 0.9 degrees - the lowest in 33 years since its record began. [more]

    Stolen Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine data leaked

    "With news of the recent leak of sensitive Covid-19 information from the EMA, and specific vaccine data from Pfizer and BioNTech, the question that begs an answer is why? Because hackers today still see Covid-19 as a strategically valuable asset and it's likely they will for the foreseeable future." [more; see comment section]

    [new food for the masses]
    Yellow mealworm 'safe' for humans to eat, says EU food safety agency

    Yellow mealworm finger foods, smoothies, biscuits, pasta and burgers could soon be mass produced across Europe after the insect became the first to be found safe for human consumption by the EU food safety agency.

    The delicacies may not be advisable for everyone, however. Those with prawn and dustmite allergies are likely to suffer a reaction to the Tenebrio molitor larvae, whether eaten in powder form as part of a recipe or as a crunchy snack, perhaps dipped in chocolate.

    The conclusion of scientists at the EU food safety agency, following an application by the French insect-for-food production company, Agronutris, is expected to lead to EU-wide approval within months of yellow mealworm as a product fit for supermarket shelves and kitchen pantries across the continent.

    The insect's main components are protein, fat and fibre, offering a potentially sustainable and low carbon-emission source of food for the future. When dried, the maggot-like insect is said to taste a lot like peanuts. [more; oh, so NOT like chicken . ..]

    RIP: Mars digger bites the dust after 2 years on red planet

    NASA declared the Mars digger dead Thursday after failing to burrow deep into the red planet to take its temperature.

    The effort will benefit future excavation efforts at Mars, he added in a statement. Astronauts one day may need to dig into Mars, according to NASA, in search of frozen water for drinking or making fuel, or signs of past microscopic life. [more; bullshit, like all NASA crap - it's fiction; no space station, no lunar lander, no Mars anything - it's all Disney and Hollywood deception]