Friday, January 15, 2021

Event Update For 2021-01-14

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

2021-01-14 - Unknown rotten egg odor hits Front Royal (Virginia):

Quote: "The Front Royal Department of Public Works investigated a report on Wednesday of a possible smell of gas or sewage, Todd C. Jones, director of information technology and the public information officer for Front Royal, said by phone Friday."

2021-01-14 - Unknown odor sickens two road workers in coastal Invercargill (New Zealand):

Quote: "Environment Southland has referred reports of an unusual smell to the Invercargill City Council. Fire and Emergency New Zealand was alerted at 3pm on Friday but its gas detection gear failed to pick up anything and firefighters couldn't smell anything, a FENZ spokesperson said. The spokesperson said two people involved with roadworks at the intersection of Tweed and Pomona streets became unwell and were taken to hospital before emergency services arrived."

2021-01-14 - Ocean temperatures continue rising, reach record high in 2020:

2021-01-14 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in New Britain (Connecticut):

2021-01-14 - Wildfire breaks out and threatens homes in Thousand Oaks (California):

2021-01-14 - Fire truck bursts into flame at 2 AM on street in San Antonio (Texas):

Quote: "A Bexar County Fire crew are alright after a malfunction causes their truck to catch fire. The incident happened around 2 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of Glen Mont Drive and Glen Haven Drive on the Northeast Side."

2021-01-14 - Yellow mealworm safe for humans to eat, says EU food safety agency:

Quote: "When dried, the maggot-like insect is said to taste a lot like peanuts."

Note: Just getting ready for when that's ALL there is to eat!

2021-01-14 - Home destroyed by explosion on Fillman's Bottom Road near the Tuscarawas River in Port Washington (Ohio), 1 injured:

Note: This is the 6th residential explosion in 2021...

2021-01-14 - Three tanker trucks destroyed by fire while parked at depot in Buipe (Ghana):

2021-01-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 near Sonora (Texas):

2021-01-14 - Tractor, two vehicles and garage destroyed by fire near Chillicothe (Missouri):

Quote: "The Chillicothe Fire Department reports a fire on Wednesday destroyed a garage, a couple of vehicles, a tractor, and other equipment."

2021-01-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near Indian Line and Campbell Drive in Brant County (Canada):

Note: These are the 55th, 56th, 57th, 58th, 59th and 60th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-01-14 - RV destroyed by fire while parked at Columbia River RV Park in Dallesport (Washington):

Note: This is the 15th RV to burn in 2021...

2021-01-14 - Van bursts into flame on the A90 near Laurencekirk (Scotland):

2021-01-14 - SUV bursts into flame on Dunning Street in Malta (New York):

2021-01-14 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-10 in El Paso (Texas):

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home in Palm Desert (California):

Quote: "A vehicle caught fire while it was inside a home garage in a Palm Desert neighborhood Thursday afternoon."

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire scorches home, on Hamilton Boulevard in Piscataway (New Jersey):

Quote: "At about 1:00 p.m., fire crews made quick work of keeping a car fire from spreading to a house on Hamilton Blvd. home. However, heat from the fire melted some of the home’s siding. Police closed the block between Desna Street and Dupont Avenue while firefighters fought the blaze. No word on what caused the car to catch on fire which was parked in the home’s driveway."

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame just after 4 AM while parked in parking lot on Grand Canyon Drive in Madison (Wisconsin):

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame on Route 301 in Centreville (Maryland):

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame at Clear Lake County Park in Meeker County (Minnesota):

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 35 just north of Gregory (Texas):

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame on Eastern Expressway in coastal Thane (India):

2021-01-14 - Car bursts into flame on overpass in Odisha (India):

2021-01-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 41 just south of Haubstadt (Indiana):

2021-01-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-15 near Farmington (Utah):

2021-01-14 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Stonelea Close in Chippenham (Britain):

2021-01-14 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on North Blackhawk Avenue in Madison (Wisconsin):

2021-01-14 - Garage destroyed by fire in the wee hours at home on East Rich Avenue in Spokane (Washington):

2021-01-14 - Mobile home heavily damaged by fire on Foresthill Road in Foresthill (California), 1 injured:

2021-01-14 - Two mobile homes destroyed by fire on South Billings Boulevard in Billings (Montana):

2021-01-14 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire at 6:15 AM off NE Everett Street in Portland (Oregon):

2021-01-14 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6 AM on Adams Street in coastal Dorchester (Massachusetts):

2021-01-14 - Home heavily damaged by fire at midnight on Wesley Drive in Bessemer (Alabama):

2021-01-14 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Maiden Drive in Mitchellville (Maryland):

2021-01-14 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Great Oak Drive in Fort Worth (Texas):

2021-01-14 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Montrose Avenue in coastal Brooklyn (New

2021-01-14 - Deadly fire burns home on Boundary Avenue in Clairton (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2021-01-14 - Deadly fire burns home in Bettendorf (Iowa), 2 killed:

2021-01-14 - Deadly fire burns high-rise apartment building at 2:20 AM in Springfield (Illinois), 1 killed:

2021-01-14 - Firefighter, man, 40, collapses at fire station and dies in Daisetta (Texas):

Quote: "Devin Ray Whiteley, 40, of Daisetta, collapsed while working at the Hull-Daisetta Volunteer Fire Department station in Daisetta on Tuesday according to longtime friend and Woodville Fire Chief Alan Gartner."

2021-01-14 - Woman, 35, drops dead in alley in Hagerstown (Maryland):

2021-01-14 - Woman in her 50s drops dead in apartment near the Merrimack River in Penacook (New Hampshire):

2021-01-14 - Man drops dead near the Arkansas River in Tulsa County (Oklahoma):

2021-01-14 - Man, 55, found dead along Spring Creek Road near Spencer (West Virginia):

2021-01-14 - Woman, 37, found dead in SUV in Detroit (Michigan):

2021-01-14 - Man, 30, found dead in apartment on Tranquility Way in Casper (Wyoming):

2021-01-14 - Man, 61, found dead near Cradlebaugh Bridge in Minden (Nevada):

2021-01-14 - Woman found dead near I-16 in coastal Savannah (Georgia):

2021-01-14 - Man, 21, found dead near Milwaukee Street and Franklin Road in Boise (Idaho):

2021-01-14 - Man, 60, found dead at Staunton State Park (Colorado):

2021-01-14 - Man, 50, has 'medical event', car crashes into bus stop, in coastal Campbell River (Canada), 1 killed:

Quote: "It's believed the driver suffered a medical event which caused the crash."

2021-01-14 - School bus veers off road, crashes into tree, on Coach Cooksey Road in Gladewater (Texas), several injured:

2021-01-14 - Passenger bus crashes through barriers, hangs off overpass, in coastal Bronx (New York), several injured:

Quote: "Various people were injured after a passenger bus veered off the road and was left hanging off an overpass in New York City's Bronx."

2021-01-14 - Tractor trailer veers across median just before 3:30 AM, hits car head-on, near Eudora (Kansas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-01-14 - SUV crashes off road, bursts into flame, on I-64 in Lake St. Louis (Missouri), 1 killed:

2021-01-14 - Pickup truck and SUV collide head-on in Easton (Massachusetts), 3 injured:

2021-01-14 - Two cars collide head-on in Ridgefield (Connecticut), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-01-14 - Car overturns on Highway 246 west of Buellton (California), 1 killed:

2021-01-14 - Huge sinkhole reopens in coastal New Port Richey (Florida):

2021-01-14 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Mtwara Region (Tanzania), 18 inches of rain in 48 hours:

2021-01-14 - Violent thunderstorm and flood hits Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil):

2021-01-14 - Intense cold brings threat of shortages on fruit and vegetables to Spain:

2021-01-14 - Mysterious dark helicopters have been circling coastal Los Angeles (California):


  1. Super Saturday morning Jonny, everyone. Started right off with a quote from one of the most meaningful sci-fi books i've read, Dune.

    America’s Slide Into Economic Oblivion Is Already Starting To Accelerate Here In 2021

    Isn’t it fun to live in a rotting, decaying society that is coming apart at the seams all around us? The latest economic numbers are extremely depressing, but now that free speech is being abolished and the elite are consolidating control over every aspect of our society, we are being assured that better days are right around the corner. We have just got to be willing to accept the “new normal” which includes living in “tiny homes”, snacking on worms, and never expressing any independent thoughts which diverge from official mainstream narratives. So with that in mind, I will try to share the horrible economic news that we have been getting in the most positive light possible.

    This week, we learned that another 965,000 Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits during the previous week…

    Our entire system is failing, and things are only going to get worse in the months and years ahead.

    For decades, America has been running in the wrong direction and our leaders have been making incredibly foolish decisions.

    Now there is deep pain everywhere around us, and the level of suffering is only going to increase as the U.S. slides even faster toward economic oblivion. [more]

    Saturday, 16 January 2021
    'Suffocation chamber' Brazil, cemeteries are again burying record number of patients as the new "super" strain potentially renders vaccines useless and causing a total 'collapse' of the healthcare system and is panicking world leaders around the globe

    Brazil's new super-variant of coronavirus did not deter crowds of sunbathers from packing out beaches today despite the infection ripping through the Amazon where locals desperately wait for dwindling oxygen supplies. From the tightly-bunched shade umbrellas that covered the golden sands of Leme beach in Rio de Janeiro, one would not know the country is in the teeth of a devastating pandemic driven by the new variant. The scenes of scantily-clad Brazilians soaking up the sun and swimming were worlds apart from the country's Amazon rainforest where doctors face the wretched task of deciding who can breathe amid short supplies. At one hospital in Manaus, a despairing relative carried an oxygen tank for his own mother-in-law just to help her breathe for another two hours - with one expert describing the city as a 'suffocation chamber'. [more]

    What's inside a covid test
    [~ 6.5 min. video; 2nd ~ 4.5 min. one on Morgellons Disease]

    [2nd part follows]

  2. Saturday, 16 January 2021
    News in brief - 16 January, 2021


    Responding to warnings of potentially violent demonstrations, governors across the nation are calling out National Guard troops, declaring states of emergency and closing their capitols to the public ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week.
    [mus' be a popular guy! See tweet about BLM guy getting out of jail with no bail; what ever happened with Hunter Biden? . . also, further down - Bill Gates owns the most farmland in US! on Biden:]

    Biden’s campaign website promises:

    On his first day in office, Biden will reinstate the Obama-Biden guidance revoked by the Trump-Pence Administration, which will restore transgender students’ access to sports, bathrooms, and locker rooms in accordance with their gender identity. He will direct his Department of Education to vigorously enforce and investigate violations of transgender students’ civil rights.

    President-elect Joe Biden said Friday that he'll activate the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the National Guard to help get COVID-19 vaccines to millions Americans. [here it comes!]

    [finally, in a look to the future, from UK]
    BRITS could be wearing face masks forever as Covid-19 will "always be with us", England's deputy chief medical officer told The Sun today. [more]

    23 die in Norway after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine: officials [~ 2 min. lead-in video]

    Twenty-three people died in Norway within days of receiving their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, with 13 of those deaths — all nursing home patients — apparently related to the side effects of the shots, health officials said.

    “We are not alarmed by this,” Steinar Madsen, medical director with the agency, told Norwegian broadcaster NRK. “It is quite clear that these vaccines have very little risk, with a small exception for the frailest patients.” [more; it's not just the frailest patients!]

    Mexican president López Obrador: 'Pandemic lockdowns are the tactic of dictators. Democratic leaders, fundamentally, must guarantee liberty'

    Mexicos's President Andrés Manuel López Obrador suggested on Wednesday that politicians who impose lockdowns or curfews to limit Covid-19 are acting like dictators. [more; i.e. medical tyranny!]

    [some good ol' Double-Think]
    Facebook played major role coordinating 'Capitol Riot' as Sandberg deflects blame

    Over the last week, Twitter alternative Parler was summarily executed by Amazon, which kicked the conservative social media platform off of its servers due to 'far-right' users coordinating last week's protest at the Capitol which turned into a riot after a small group split off, gained access to the Capitol building, and ran amok.

    Now we learn that Facebook also had a giant role in coordinating the so-called 'Capitol Riots' which President Trump was just impeached over on Wednesday for allegedly inciting the incident.

    Based on recent precedent, this means Facebook should be shut down - right? Since they're large enough to run their own servers, however, it may prove difficult even for the wokest of cloud hosts. [more]

    [3rd segment below]

  3. CDC study finds COVID-19 outbreaks aren't fueled by in-person classes

    A new study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that in-person classes at K-12 schools do not appear to lead to increases in COVID-19 when compared with areas that have online-only learning. [more]

    [listened to UAP channel podcast yesterday in which the author pointed out that nature has been going for millions of years without vaccines, now suddenly nothing can survive without them]

    First 'vaccine' for plants in development in bid to end use of poisonous pesticides

    A treatment for plants which scientists have said acts like a 'vaccine' is under development as researchers battle to end the use of poisonous pesticides.

    Last week, the government angered conservation groups by approving the use of a controversial neonicotinoid, which is proven to be fatal to bees and other animals.

    The National Farmers' Union campaigned for sugar beet growers to be able to use Cruiser SB, which tackles the disease Virus Yellows, in order to save this year's crop.

    The disease is carried by aphids, which are killed by the neonicotinoid.

    However, groups including the Wildlife Trusts, the RSPB and the Campaign to Protect Rural England said this should not come at the expense of pollinators, which are vital for farming. [more]

    [takin' a page from the ol' Trump playbook]
    California Governor Gavin Newsom Refuses To Address Recall Effort, Called “California Coup,” During Press Conference

    During the press conference on the field, Newsom was asked twice about the ongoing effort to recall him, which has garnered over 1 million of the approximately 1.5 million signatures required.

    California Governor Gavin Newsom flew down to Los Angeles on Friday for the opening of a mass vaccination site at Dodger Stadium. Before Newsom stepped to the podium, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti introduced him as “not just California’s governor, but America’s governor.”

    During the press conference on the field, Newsom was asked twice about the ongoing effort to recall him, which has garnered over 1 million of the approximately 1.5 million signatures required.

    “I’m focused on the vaccine issue,” replied Newsom. “That’s my focus. That’s why I’m here.”

    “Respectfully,” he said curtly, “I’m not focusing on those issues.”
    [more; ignore it, maybe it'll go away . ..]

    Watch Sea Lions 'Surfing' Off Santa Barbara Island For The Sheer Joy Of It

    Sea lions took advantage of a large Southern California swell last week, riding the waves off Santa Barbara Island. (See the video below.)

    They leaped and flipped off the back of the breakers, rode some in front, and they generally appeared to be having an excellent time.

    The whole scene is even more tubular when it’s set to the classic surfing instrumental “Wipe Out.” [more; ~ 1 min. video]

    Bitter Cold Means Chaos as Global Energy Systems Show Strain

    Freezing weather that’s sweeping the northern hemisphere is causing chaos in energy markets and damaging infrastructure with households from Japan to Pakistan and France being asked to curb their electricity use. [more]

    [4th piece awaits]

  4. Snow to threaten slippery travel as chilly air returns to northeastern US

    The pattern change in the Northeast may come as a shock to the system for some following mild weather, but forecasters say the return of cold and snow will be on par with what's typical for the middle of January.

    The first half of January was a mild one for the northeastern corner of the nation, with temperatures averaging 4-5 degrees Fahrenheit above normal along the Interstate 95 corridor and 8-12 degrees higher than average in parts of New England.

    Normal highs for the middle of January range from the upper teens in northern Maine to the upper 40s F in southeastern Virginia. Normal lows range from around zero in northern Maine to the lower 30s in southeastern Virginia. [more]

    Halliburton Conducts First Electric Frac Job for Cimarex

    HAL announced the implementation of the first electric grid-powered fracturing operation of the energy industry for Cimarex Energy Co. XEC.

    Halliburton has been conducting the fracturing process on several well pads in the Permian Basin since November. The company stated that so far it has completed almost 340 stages across multiple wells by the means of the utility-powered electric frac pumps, with advanced operating abilities.

    Electric fracturing provides an alternative approach and enables the companies to accomplish the least possible emission profile against both turbines and Tier 4 dual-fuel engines. Beside this, the approach uplifts operational security and needs low capital costs compared with turbines. [more; improved fracking! (r i g h t .. )]

    Indonesian Semeru volcano erupts, spews ash 5kms into sky [~ 2 min. video]

    Passengers stranded on train in Sweden by 2 feet of snow on tracks [~ 4.5 min. video]

    Flash flood hits Pirituba, Brazil [2 videos]

    [i think i'm turning Japanese - weather style]
    Huge snowfall continues in the Alps, as much as 2 meters of new snow [lots of pics and videos]

    And let us not forget Japan which is getting historic levels of snow - 3m in some places in the last snowfall. [more; Big in Japan]

    [5th installment next]

  5. Torrential floods cascade through Villa Giardino, Córdoba, Argentina after almost 4 inches of rain in 2 hours [2 videos]

    Outgoing Trump admin OKs land swap for Rio Tinto's Arizona copper mine

    U.S. President Donald Trump's outgoing administration approved a land swap on Friday for a Rio Tinto Ltd copper mine in Arizona that would boost domestic production of the red metal but destroy sites sacred to Native Americans. [more; after a couple arrow volleys kill their workers, maybe they'll reconsider]

    French oil giant Total exits American Petroleum Institute over climate change French oil giant Total exits American Petroleum Institute over climate change

    Total SE exited the American Petroleum Institute, a lobbying group that counts major oil companies among its members, after deciding it wasn’t aligned with the organization on climate change.

    “We are committed to ensuring, in a transparent manner, that the industry associations of which we are a member adopt positions and messages that are aligned with those of the group in the fight against climate change,” Patrick Pouyanne, chairman and chief executive of Total, said in prepared remarks. [more; why not close?]

  6. Florida woman sleeps underground after her car plunges into 40-foot sinkhole

    A woman was rescued after spending 11 hours underground when her car fell 40 feet into a Florida sinkhole.

    The woman was driving with a man on private property around 8 p.m. Wednesday when they drove into the sinkhole.

    Somehow they were both able to crawl out of the vehicle windows. However, only the man was able to scale the steep slope out of the sinkhole and get help.

    Because of the location of the sinkhole, about a quarter-mile off Poe Springs Road, rescuers could only reach it on specialized four-wheel drive and all-terrain vehicles. Lt. Kevin Pearson was then able to rappel into the chasm, where he made contact with the woman. He secured her to a harness and rope system and she was lifted from the sinkhole around 7:21 a.m. She had no serious injuries. [more]

    Mysterious rumbling in Florida, loud booms in North Carolina and Ohio – What’s up with all these skyquakes rattling people nerves in the US?

    2021 has already started off with a big Boom! Loud booming noises have been heard in several counties of North carolina, Kentucky and Ohio.

    Meanwhile a mysterious rumbling was felt across South Florida around 1pm on January 15, 2021, with calls and messages came in from Weston, Sunrise, Plantation, Margate, Tamarac, West Kendall, Doral, Pinecrest, and the Florida Keys.

    USGS says there were no earthquake and, so far, the shakings don’t have a cause! [more; they just aren't saying]