Monday, February 8, 2021

Event Update For 2021-02-07

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

2021-02-07 - Foul smell continues hitting coastal Brunswick (Georgia):

Quote: "Strange smells are not new, Brunswick residents say, but since late 2020 more and more have reported smelling particularly foul odors that in some cases cause physical reactions."

2021-02-07 - Glacier breaks and sweeps away dam in the Himalayas (India), dozens feared killed:

Quote: "Around 125 people were missing in northern India after a Himalayan glacier broke and swept away a small hydroelectric dam on Sunday, with floods forcing the evacuation of villages downstream."

Note: This very probably has something to do with all the ice melting at an increasing rate around the world. It's winter so the ice in the Himalayas probably isn't melting NOW, but the summer melt may have weakened some of the glaciers, and then the added mass from winter snowfall could then cause collapses like this. I would bet we see more of this in both summer and winter, and the rate of increase in the number of glacier collapses in winter may actually be higher than in the summer, even if the absolute number of such collapses is lower...

2021-02-07 - Ice melting around the world at an increasing rate:

Quote: "From the polar caps to the glaciers of Europe, Asia and South America, global warming is melting the planet’s ice faster than ever and speeding the inundation of the world’s coastlines."

Quote: "Glaciers showed the next biggest loss of ice volume, with more than 6tn tonnes lost between 1994 and 2017, about a quarter of global ice loss over the period. The shrinking of glaciers threatens to cause both flooding and water shortages in some regions, because as large volumes melt they can overwhelm downstream areas, then shrunken glaciers produce less of the steady water flow needed for agriculture."

2021-02-07 - Birds and fish found dead at Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge (Minnesota):

Quote: "The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responding to a number of dead fish and wildfowl at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge in the southern Twin Cities."

Quote: "Dale Carlson noted he had seen a number of 'dead swans and mallards' in the area recently, and had also seen such birds eating fish from the waters at the refuge."

Quote: "The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says the fish likely died due to a lack of oxygen."

Note: So we're just gonna ignore the dead waterfowl? Because THEY obviously didn't die from a lack of oxygen in the water, seeing as birds don't breathe water...

2021-02-07 - Plague of mice invading homes and eating crops across Australia:

2021-02-07 - Man climbs onto roof in the freezing cold then strips naked, in coastal Surrey (Canada):

Quote: "Mounties note the man did have clothes up on the roof with him but for whatever reason he decided to take them off. The man was detained under the Mental Health Act due to his behavior and taken to hospital for treatment."

Quote: "He stayed up on the roof for about four hours, yelling and climbing onto the chimney."

2021-02-07 - Boat goes up in flames and kills man while docked at marina on coastal Bethel Island (California):

Quote: "Human remains were found Wednesday on a boat that caught fire and sank in Dutch Slough at Bethel Island Marina on Sunday night."

Note: This is the 70th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-07 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the A1013 Southend Road in coastal Grays (Britain):

2021-02-07 - Passenger bus bursts into flame at depot in coastal Espoo (Finland):

Note: These are the 55th and 56th buses to burn in 2021...

2021-02-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 near Godwin (North Carolina):

2021-02-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near Bargur (India):

2021-02-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A1 near Grantham (Britain):

Note: These are the 153rd, 154th and 155th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-07 - Minivan explodes into flame while parked at apartments on Grant Street in West Lafayette (Louisiana):

Quote: "West Lafayette firefighters rushed to the scene after a minivan exploded outside a Weida apartment complex on Grant Street earlier this evening. The fire spread from the minivan to the white Honda sedan next to it, partially melting it in the process. WLFD does not know the cause of the fire, Capt. Drew Fellure said."

2021-02-07 - Minivan bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in Livingston (Montana):

2021-02-07 - SUV and RV trailer destroyed by fire while parked at property on Gunthorpe Road in Branch County (Michigan), 2 dogs killed, nobody there:

2021-02-07 - SUV and car destroyed by fire while parked at home on Hanover Place in Steinbach (Canada):

2021-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Washington DC:

2021-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on Starke Street in Holt (Australia):

2021-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on the R103 near Colenso (South Africa):

2021-02-07 - Car bursts into flame on Yarrow Road in coastal Poole (Britain):

2021-02-07 - In separate incidents, pickup truck and machine shed destroyed by fire and skid steer bursts into flame inside shed, in Sparta (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The building was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived Chief Arnold said. Power lines were also downed around the shed. Everything inside the shed-tools, a pickup, and other pieces of equipment were destroyed by the fire."

Quote: "About an hour after firefighters arrived, another call came in at 7769 Garnett Avenue for a skid steer on fire inside a shed."

2021-02-07 - Pickup truck and garage destroyed by fire at duplex on Ahoy Avenue in Billings (Montana):

2021-02-07 - Vehicle and home destroyed by garage fire on East Valley Road in Beloit (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The house, garage and vehicles are considered a total loss."

2021-02-07 - Barn destroyed by fire in Rutherford County (Tennessee):

2021-02-07 - Storage facility heavily damaged by fire on North Lamont Street in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-02-07 - Liquor store and deli heavily damaged by fire just after 6 AM on Grade Lane in Louisville (Kentucky), nobody there:

2021-02-07 - Restaurant heavily damaged by fire just before 11 PM on East State Road in Seneca (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-07 - Middle school damaged by HVAC fire in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2021-02-07 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on 30th Street SE in Eyota (Minnesota):

2021-02-07 - Garage goes up in flames at 6:56 AM at home on Haugen Avenue in Rice Lake (Wisconsin):

2021-02-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Bonnavent Drive in Nashville (Tennessee), 3 pets killed:

2021-02-07 - Home heavily damaged by fire just before 4:30 AM near NE Ivory Lane and NE Tawny Drive in Lee's Summit (Missouri), nobody there:

2021-02-07 - Home destroyed by garage fire at 2:37 AM on Robin Lane in Minnetonka (Minnesota):

2021-02-07 - Home destroyed by fire on Darby Boulevard in Grove City (Ohio):

2021-02-07 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire just after 6:30 AM on Bayberry Lane in coastal Westport (Connecticut):

2021-02-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Pine Rock Avenue in Hamden (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2021-02-07 - Apartment building damaged by fire on 168th Place in coastal Queens (New York), 1 injured:

2021-02-07 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Wayne Township (Indiana), 1 injured:

2021-02-07 - Deadly garage fire burns home on South Spring Avenue near the Mississippi River in St. Louis (Missouri), 1 killed:

2021-02-07 - Deadly fire burns home on Third Street South in Phenix City (Alabama), 2 killed:

2021-02-07 - Deadly fire burns home on Beltsville Drive in Beltsville (Maryland), 1 killed:

2021-02-07 - Deadly fire burns home in La Peche, Quebec (Canada), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2021-02-07 - Deadly fire burns fourplex apartment building at 4:45 AM on Altos Avenue in Sacramento (California), 1 killed:

2021-02-07 - Deadly fire burns apartment building at 5 AM on 8th Street in Boone (Iowa), 1 killed:

2021-02-07 - Couple in their 40s found dead at home in Cloverhill (Ireland):

Quote: "Forensic Gardai dressed in hazmat suits were pictured carrying out work at the house early on Monday morning."

2021-02-07 - Woman, mid-50s, found dead in six inches of water in creek in Warren County (Ohio):

Quote: "There is a little creek that runs parallel with Union Road in between Traders World and the casino. It is maybe six inches deep. That is where she was found..."

Quote: "An autopsy will be performed today to determine cause of death, which may have been a medical issue."

2021-02-07 - Man, 59, breaks up fight at New Smyrna Speedway then has 'medical episode' and dies in coastal New Smyrna Beach (Florida):

Quote: "An employee at the New Smyrna Speedway died at AdventHealth from a medical episode after a reported fight between two race teams at the track, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office."

2021-02-07 - Man found dead in pond at golf course in Westminster (Colorado):

2021-02-07 - Woman found dead in Lake Murray in coastal San Diego (California):

2021-02-07 - Woman, 45, found dead at homeless encampment in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2021-02-07 - Man found dead in Meola Creek in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2021-02-07 - Man, 63, drops dead at home in Kolkata (India):

2021-02-07 - Man, 36, found dead on the outskirts of Seskinore (Ireland):

2021-02-07 - Man has 'medical episode', RV crashes into pole, in coastal Nassau County (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "A fatal crash occurred on St. Frances Way on Sunday, Feb. 7. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, an adult male was driving a recreational vehicle westbound on St. Frances Way when he suffered a medical emergency and lost control of the vehicle. The RV crossed over to the eastbound lane and collided with a light pole."

2021-02-07 - Small plane crashes in Franklin County (Tennessee), 2 killed:

2021-02-07 - Small plane makes emergency landing on Prospect Road in Dade City (Florida):

2021-02-07 - Three cars crash in coastal Suffolk (Virginia), 4 injured:

2021-02-07 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Keller (Texas), 2 killed:

2021-02-07 - Car veers over centerline at 1:35 AM, crashes into car, on East Post Road in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), 2 injured:

2021-02-07 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on I-90 in Lake County (Ohio), 1 injured:

2021-02-07 - Car veers off road at 3:20 AM, plunges into pond, in coastal Fleming Island (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-02-07 - Crocodile attacks and injures man near Weipa (Australia):

2021-02-07 - Sinkhole opens under fire truck in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2021-02-07 - Water main breaks, sinkhole opens and swallows SUV, in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-07 - Commercial building partially collapses in coastal Hartlepool (Britain):

2021-02-07 - Magnitude 6.3 earthquake shakes the southern Philippine Islands:

2021-02-07 - Shallow magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes in the ocean near Papua New Guinea:

2021-02-07 - Lightning strikes 3 siblings and kills one in Rwanda:

2021-02-07 - Explosion of COVID-19 deaths stresses funeral industry in the Bay Area (California), crematories on double shifts, refrigerated trucks in parking lots:

2021-02-07 - New quantum receiver the first to detect entire radio frequency spectrum:


  1. Terrible Tuesday Jonny, everyone. All those people dropping dead, dying in medical event-caused accidents, and in residential fires every day isn't helping the funeral industry either - and that's been going on for YEARS before Covid (but nobody's talkin' about that in the msm). Also, remember the numbers of people being counted as dead from Covid is inflated and mostly fictitious (as far as i'm concerned). Believe what you will.

    [let's see where the NEW diseases are being DISTRIBUTED]
    Dangerous New Pestilences Are Breaking Out All Over The Globe

    Did you hear about the outbreak of the new “mystery disease” in Tanzania? What about the alarming new outbreak in Congo? New developments in South Africa are making headlines all over the globe as well. Despite all of our advanced technology, humanity remains extremely vulnerable to outbreaks of disease, and many believe that the COVID pandemic is just the beginning. Fearsome new bugs are constantly being cooked up in labs all over the planet, and it is inevitable that there will be more “accidents” that result in more of these bugs getting released in the future. As we have seen, a single virus can rapidly spread throughout the entire world, and it is just a matter of time before a pandemic comes along that will wipe out tens of millions of people.

    [he's being naive calling them "accidents" and not PLANNED RELEASES of new strains of deadly crap cooked up the globalists like KILL-BILL Gates to decimate the population, as they've been discussing at Davos and other places]

    Authorities in Tanzania do not know what is causing people to vomit blood and drop dead. [maybe it's JJFH?!]

    So those that were expecting their lives to “get back to normal” are going to be deeply disappointed.

    Thomas Frieden, the former director of the CDC, says that “we need to come to the acceptance phase that our lives are not going to be the same”… [more; uh, YEAH! they're going to wipe us out - and we're all supposed to just go along with this "pretend" shit about masks and "social distancing" - complete BULLSHIT, because it clearly isn't working!]

    [2nd comment follows]

  2. [let's keep doing more of the same economically, that isn't working]
    We Must Have MOAR: Almost Everyone In Washington Seems To Agree That More Free Money Will Fix The Economy

    There seems to be a growing consensus in Washington that the only way to fix the worst economic downturn in more than 70 years is by giving out much more free money. Joe Biden wants more “stimulus”, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wants more “stimulus”, and most members of Congress from both parties want more “stimulus”. Of course none of the previous “stimulus packages” that we spent trillions of dollars on fixed the economy, but they insist that this latest one will finally do the job. In addition to the 1.9 trillion dollar package that Biden has already proposed, Democrats in Congress are now pushing monthly direct payments to parents that have children under the age of 18. Needless to say, that proposal has overwhelming support among the American people, because direct socialist payments have become wildly popular since they were first introduced last year. But by borrowing and spending so much money, we are literally committing national suicide, but very few people are concerned about that at this point.

    Even though the previous round of “stimulus payments” is still being sent out, Biden and his minions can’t wait to start sending out another round. [and it will dawn on most TOO LATE that this was the wrong policy]

    Let me be 100 percent serious for a moment. Since the entire ship is going down anyway, take anything that they send to you and use it for yourself and your family. At this point, survival is the priority.

    There is no going back to the way that things once were. We are literally committing national financial suicide, and at this point even most Republicans in Washington have completely discarded any pretense of fiscal responsibility. [more; they never were!]

    Polar vortex breaks temperature records across Prairies – cancellations of schools and buses while bitter cold expected to linger

    According to Environment Canada, 22 cold-weather records were broken throughout the three provinces.

    Monday will be another brutal day of bone-chilling temperatures for the Prairies. [more]

    Monolith madness not over yet: New mysterious metal structure found near ancient site Gobekli Tepe in Turkey (video)

    Suggesting that the ‘monolith madness’ which gripped the globe late last year is not quite over yet, a rather sizeable new piece recently appeared in Turkey near the famed ancient site Gobekli Tepe. [more; video]

    [more in 3rd piece below]

  3. Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for February 8, 2021 [lots of videos and links - great new feature on SS]

    [more extreme weather]
    Apocalyptic storm hits Saudi Arabia, covering the desert in hail and flooding arid cities [6 videos]

    The Journalistic Tattletale and Censorship Industry Suffers Several Well-Deserved Blows

    A new and rapidly growing journalistic “beat” has arisen over the last several years that can best be described as an unholy mix of junior high hall-monitor tattling and Stasi-like citizen surveillance. It is half adolescent and half malevolent. Its primary objectives are control, censorship, and the destruction of reputations for fun and power. Though its epicenter is the largest corporate media outlets, it is the very antithesis of journalism.

    I’ve written before about one particularly toxic strain of this authoritarian “reporting.” Teams of journalists at three of the most influential corporate media outlets — CNN’s “media reporters” (Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy), NBC’s “disinformation space unit” (Ben Collins and Brandy Zadrozny), and the tech reporters of The New York Times (Mike Isaac, Kevin Roose, Sheera Frenkel) — devote the bulk of their “journalism” to searching for online spaces where they believe speech and conduct rules are being violated, flagging them, and then pleading that punitive action be taken (banning, censorship, content regulation, after-school detention). These hall-monitor reporters are a major factor explaining why tech monopolies, which (for reasons of self-interest and ideology) never wanted the responsibility to censor, now do so with abandon and seemingly arbitrary blunt force: they are shamed by the world’s loudest media companies when they do not.

    Just as the NSA is obsessed with ensuring there be no place on earth where humans can communicate free of their spying eyes and ears, these journalistic hall monitors cannot abide the idea that there can be any place on the internet where people are free to speak in ways they do not approve. [more]

    [4th section awaits]

  4. Significant ice accumulation from the mid-Mississippi Valley to Ohio and Tennessee valleys, U.S.

    A winter storm gripping much of the United States with frigid temperatures this week is likely to bring significant ice accumulation from portions of the mid-Mississippi Valley to the Ohio and Tennessee valleys from late Tuesday night (LT), February 9 into Thursday, February 11, 2021. [more]

    Major snowstorm hits Netherlands, Germany and UK

    Dutch authorities declared a rare 'code red' emergency for the entire country on Sunday, February 7, 2021, as a severe snowstorm, named Darcy by their meteorologists, hit parts of western Europe. This was the first major snowstorm to hit the Netherlands since January 2010. The storm also affected parts of Germany, disrupting road, rail, and air traffic, and the United Kingdom. Dozens of people were injured, with some of them severely. [more]

    Tuesday, 9 February 2021
    Dr. Quay says Covid-19 originated in PLA army hospital


    COVID-19 Origin and Spread Linked to PLA Hospital and Wuhan Metro System Line 2 by Physician-Scientist Dr. Steven Quay

    The four patients were seen at the People's Liberation Army Hospital in Wuhan, China, which is 100 meters from Line 2 of the Wuhan Metro System.

    Dr. Quay invites viewers to ponder the following questions: Were the four patients on a military mission together to southern China and caught the virus there? Do they have another relationship? Why were they at the military hospital at that time?

    Dr. Quay then took this information and linked the first 100 patients in Wuhan to that same subway line, which carries one million people per day. Line 2 also has a station to the high-speed rail system, connecting all of China in a few hours, and ends at the Wuhan International Airport, with daily flights around the world.

    "Every patient in December 2019 went to a hospital near Line Two of the Wuhan Metro. And so I think this remarkable combination of the PLA Hospital as the earliest patient genetic cluster and Line Two of the Wuhan subway as the conduit to anywhere in the world in hours and before symptoms would appear, can go a long way to explain the explosive nature of the pandemic."

    "You can literally leave the PLA Hospital, walk down the stairs into the subway system, and reach Houston, London, New York; and never have to go outside again," Dr. Quay noted.[more; 2nd video below it, and a 3rd, calling out Ft. Detrick (by China) at the bottom]

  5. American Airlines to Furlough More Than 1,000 Workers in Philadelphia

    American Airlines said it will furlough over 1,000 workers in Philadelphia starting in April as the airline forecasts a summer of reduced flight schedules, the Philadelphia Business Journal first reported.

    The Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier recently notified the state of Pennsylvania through a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) letter in which it said 1,032 employees based at Philadelphia International Airport will be furloughed starting April 10. Those furloughs are expected to be temporary, reported. [more]

    Fire Tears Through NJ Warehouse, Forces Neighbors to Evacuate in Middle of Night [2 min. news spot]

    Humanity is flushing away one of life’s essential elements

    the “metabolic rift”—a dangerous disconnect between humans and the soils on which they depend—and effectively sundered the human phosphorus cycle, reshaping its loop into a one-way pipe.

    “That single disruption has caused global chaos, you could argue,” Cordell says. For one thing, it forced farmers to find new sources of phosphorus to replace the nutrients lost every year to city sewers. [more]

  6. Get Ready For 100ยบ Nights [48.75 min. BBN]

    2021 in a landslide: Deadliest week of avalanches in more than a century in the US

    We just had the deadliest week of avalanches in more than a century with at least 15 people killed in avalanches from Jan. 31 to Feb. 6 in six different states (Utah, Montana, Colorado, California, Arkansas and New Hampshire). [more]

    Cumbria coalmine plans pit climate protection against job creation

    Plans for the UK’s first deep coalmine in more than 30 years have led to local divisions in Cumbria, even as it becomes an international issue over the country’s climate change commitments. [more]

    Mysterious California sea lion deaths linked to toxic synthetic chemicals

    Sea lions in California had been dying of a mysterious cancer for decades. Now, scientists say they have finally uncovered the likely cause: toxic chemicals from industrial trash, pesticides and oil refinery waste.

    A team of mammal pathologists, virologists, chemists and geneticists have concluded that sea lions with higher concentrations of DDT, PCBs and other chemicals in their blubber are more prone to cancer triggered by a herpes virus. [more]