Friday, February 19, 2021

Event Update For 2021-02-18

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

2021-02-18 - Woman found dead in burning car just before 12:30 AM just north of the Pacific Coast Highway in coastal Malibu (California):

Quote: "One person was killed in a car fire in Malibu early Thursday morning. Just before 12:30 a.m., emergency dispatchers received a report of a person trapped in a burning car on Topanga Canyon Boulevard, just north of Pacific Coast Highway, according to California Highway Patrol. CHP officers and Los Angeles County firefighters responded to find a female victim and sole occupant trapped in a burning Toyota Camry."

Note: Also see the person who crashed off the Pacific Coast Highway and plunged into Malibu Canyon on this day...

2021-02-18 - Ambulance bursts into flame while parked inside ambulance station in Spring Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The fire is believed to have started inside the engine compartment of one of the three ambulances parked inside the station, according to the Western Berks Ambulance Association."

2021-02-18 - Massive mulch fire erupts at 1:20 AM in Ontario (California):

Quote: "Firefighters were battling a wind-driven mulch fire in Ontario Thursday. The fire broke out around 1:20 a.m. near Chino and Euclid avenues, according to the Ontario Fire Department. The blaze is several hundred feet long and wide, fire officials said."

2021-02-18 - Brush fire breaks out in Wetlands Park in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-02-18 - Huge changes in society needed to keep nature and the Earth OK:

Quote: "This year 'is a make-it or break-it year indeed because the risk of things becoming irreversible is gaining ground every year,' Guterres said. 'We are close to the point of no return.'"

Note: The assumption is that things aren't ALREADY irreversible. Still, if we were to follow their recommendations then it would buy us some time and time is what lives are made of. If we're all cool with suffering and dying at maximum possible speed then we don't need to make any changes...

2021-02-18 - Fishing ship 'Aleutian Falcon' destroyed by fire just before 11 PM while docked in coastal Tacoma (Washington):

Quote: "Trident Seafood's 233-foot Alaskan fish processor Aleutian Falcon has been declared a total loss after a fire burned through the night at the Port of Tacoma's Pier 12. Fire crews continue to work on Thursday."

2021-02-18 - Megayacht 'Enigma' destroyed by fire off coastal Langkawi Island (Malaysia):

Quote: "Mega sailing yacht ENIGMA caught fire on Feb 18, being at anchor off Langkawi island, northeast Malaysia, Malacca Strait. There were 7 crew on board, all are safe. Fire was extinguished by the evening, according to Malaysian Maritime Authorities. Even if she didn’t burn out, she apparently, suffered major damages, judging from fire pics."

Quote: "The yacht, which is the ninth-largest sailing yacht in the world, was filmed on fire in strong wind conditions after the blaze was discovered by a local patrol vessel."

2021-02-18 - Three boats destroyed, several more damaged, while docked in coastal Dana Point (California):

Quote: "A total of eight boats were burned with three of them destroyed. There were no loss estimates immediately available."

Note: These are the 96th, 97th, 98th, 99th and 100th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-18 - Sports team bus bursts into flame on street in Hawan Kibo (Nigeria):

Note: This is the 74th bus to burn in 2021...

2021-02-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at industrial estate in Winsford (Britain):

2021-02-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on A38 exit slip road in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

Note: These are the 703rd and 704th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-02-18 - RV bursts into flame just off I-70 in Grand Junction (Colorado):

Note: This is the 51st RV to burn in 2021...

2021-02-18 - Van bursts into flame in Culcheth (Britain):

2021-02-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 6:50 AM on I-39 near Kronenwetter (Wisconsin):

2021-02-18 - Car bursts into flame at 1:49 AM at home, fire spreads to home, on NE 11th Street in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Fire crews responded to a house fire on Thursday around 1:49 a.m. in the 1700 block of NE 11th Street. Officials believe the fire was caused by a burning car in the driveway."

2021-02-18 - Car bursts into flame at hotel in Hot Springs (Arkansas):

2021-02-18 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in Hanover County (Virginia):

2021-02-18 - Car bursts into flame in Avoca (Nebraska):

2021-02-18 - Car bursts into flame near Queen Street and North Castle Street in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2021-02-18 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Radipole Park Drive in coastal Weymouth (Britain):

2021-02-18 - Barn destroyed by fire near Aylmer (Canada), dozens of cows killed:

2021-02-18 - Supermarket destroyed by fire on Main Street in Monsey (New York):

2021-02-18 - Hardwood business damaged by fire in the wee hours in Menominee Township (Michigan):

2021-02-18 - Mixed-use building damaged by fire at 12:27 AM on Montauk Avenue in New London (Connecticut):

2021-02-18 - Two mobile homes destroyed by fire on Francisco Boulevard West in coastal San Rafael (California):

2021-02-18 - Home destroyed by fire on Alabama Street in Bristol (Tennessee), nobody there:

2021-02-18 - Home destroyed by fire, fire spreads to second home, on South Pyle Street in Kansas City (Kansas):

2021-02-18 - Home destroyed by fire just after 1:30 AM on Point Hollow Drive in Sterling Forest (Virginia):

2021-02-18 - Home destroyed by fire on Runaway Brook Road in Lancaster (Massachusetts):

2021-02-18 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire on South Main Street in West Hartford (Connecticut):

2021-02-18 - Apartment building destroyed by huge fire in San Antonio (Texas):

2021-02-18 - Deadly fire burns home on Clerk Street in coastal Jersey City (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2021-02-18 - Deadly fire burns home on Mattie Road in Louisa (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2021-02-18 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Warwick (Rhode Island), 1 killed:

2021-02-18 - Deadly fire burns home on coastal Flores Island (Canada), 1 killed:

2021-02-18 - Deadly fire destroys home at 1 AM on Mercer Butler Pike in Liberty Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-02-18 - Deadly fire destroys two homes just before 1 AM on Eley Street in Kingston (Pennsylvania), 2 killed:

2021-02-18 - Vacant hotel burns near Bush Intercontinental Airport in Harris County (Texas):

2021-02-18 - College student, man, 20, drops dead in dorm room at university in Bloomington (Indiana):

Quote: "IU Police Department officers found a 20-year-old man dead in an Eigenmann Hall dorm room Thursday evening, IUPD Deputy Chief Shannon Bunger said. The man was a Resident Life Coordinator, Bunger said. IU spokesperson Chuck Carney said in an email the man was IU junior Joma Leonardo. He was from Indianapolis, Carney said."

2021-02-18 - Man found dead in the water at beach near coastal Hobe Sound (Florida):

2021-02-18 - Man, 24, found dead in submerged car in canal near coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

2021-02-18 - Man, 50, found dead in jail cell in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2021-02-18 - Man, 27, found dead near Vienna (Virginia):

2021-02-18 - Man, 60, slumps over dead in tractor trailer off I-55 in Sangamon County (Illinois):

2021-02-18 - Man, 35, found dead outside mobile home in Springfield (Illinois):

2021-02-18 - Man found dead on the shore of the Ohio River in Wheeling (West Virginia):

2021-02-18 - Man, 62, found dead in bus in Wichita Falls (Texas):

2021-02-18 - Woman found dead in the Bow River in Calgary (Canada):

2021-02-18 - Transit bus driver has 'medical emergency' and pulls over in Champaign (Illinois):

Quote: "Chief of Staff Amy Snyder says they did have a bus driver who had a medical emergency."

2021-02-18 - Man, 72, has 'medical emergency', RV crashes into vehicle, near coastal Port Charlotte (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "A Port Charlotte driver suffering a medical emergency died Thursday in a crash on Interstate 75 in Charlotte County that involved a Cape Coral man. Florida Highway Patrol reported that the 72-year-old Port Charlotte man was driving his motorhome north near Mile Marker 161 when he suffered a medical emergency, entering the right emergency lane."

2021-02-18 - Man, 67, has 'medical condition' at 3 AM, van crashes into tree, in coastal Panama City Beach (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "The press release states the van was traveling in the outside, eastbound lane of Thomas Drive between Xavier Street and Walnut Street when the man apparently began suffering from a medical condition."

2021-02-18 - Woman, 65, has 'medical emergency', SUV veers off road, crashes into tree and home, in coastal Rockland (Maine), 4 injured:

Quote: "The occupants were heading north along Main Street (Route 73) when the medical emergency caused Malmstrom to lose control of the vehicle, cross over the center line, rollover, hit a stop sign, a large tree, and a house at 197 Main Street, before coming to rest on its passenger side."

2021-02-18 - Man has 'medical issue', SUV crashes into City Hall, in Cleburne (Texas):

Quote: "The driver, a male, was the only occupant of the vehicle and was not injured. The man told rescue workers that a medical issue must have occurred before the crash causing him to go off the road."

2021-02-18 - Small plane crashes into Lake Constance (Switzerland):

2021-02-18 - Tanker truck overturns on I-80 near Corsica (Pennsylvania):

2021-02-18 - Tractor trailer crashes into median on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Chicopee (Massachusetts):

2021-02-18 - Two minivans collide head-on in Easton (Massachusetts), 10 injured:

2021-02-18 - Car veers off road, crashes into woods, in Delnor-Wiggins Pass Park in coastal North Naples (Florida):

2021-02-18 - Car veers off road, crashes into Malibu Canyon, on the Pacific Coast Highway in coastal Malibu (California), 1 injured:

2021-02-18 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures 20 people at school in Pretoria (South Africa):

2021-02-18 - In separate incidents, two people have 'medical emergencies' within half a mile in coastal Rainham (Britain):

Quote: "Police and ambulance crews are dealing with another medical emergency in Rainham. Several paramedic cars are attendance in Burrstock Way after the air ambulance was called to Wakeley Road, half-a-mile away, earlier today for another medical incident."

2021-02-18 - Magnitude 6.1 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the island of Futuna:

2021-02-18 - Shallow magnitude 5.6 magnitude strikes near Sisakht (Iran), 25 injured:

2021-02-18 - Experts worry that the 2021 fire season could be as bad as 2020:

2021-02-18 - NASA rover Perseverance lands on Mars to look for signs of ancient life:


  1. PA all over this day's report! Lotta deadly fires too.

    i'm back home, Jonny. More snow expected here on Monday.

    The Temporary Collapse Of Texas Is Foreshadowing The Total Collapse Of The United States

    We are getting a very short preview of what will eventually happen to the United States as a whole. America’s infrastructure is aging and crumbling. Our power grids were never intended to support so many people, our water systems are a complete joke, and it has become utterly apparent that we would be completely lost if a major long-term national emergency ever struck. Texas has immense wealth and vast energy resources, but now it is being called a “failed state”. If it can’t even handle a few days of cold weather, what is the rest of America going to look like when things really start to get chaotic in this country?

    At this point, it has become clear that the power grid in Texas is in far worse shape than anyone ever imagined. When extremely cold weather hit the state, demand for energy surged dramatically. At the same time, about half of the wind turbines that Texas relies upon froze, and the rest of the system simply could not handle the massive increase in demand.

    Millions of Texans were without power for days, and hundreds of thousands are still without power as I write this article.

    In Texas, the cold weather literally caused thousands of pipes to burst. The damage caused by all of these ruined pipes is going to be in the billions of dollars. [more]

    If You Believe Life Will “Return To Normal”, You Have A Fundamental Misunderstanding Of The Times In Which We Live

    Despite all of the craziness that is going on out there, many pundits are trying to convince us that life will soon “return to normal” and that great days are just around the corner. They are telling us this despite the fact that the state of Texas has been in a state of collapse this week, the real economy continues to implode, the unemployment numbers are going up, civil unrest continues to rage in our streets on a nightly basis, and our entire planet continues to become even more unstable. Those that believe that happy days are here again have a fundamental misunderstanding of the times in which we live. This isn’t a period of time when America is going to “build back better”. Rather, this is a time when America is going to go even deeper into “the perfect storm”.

    Look at these insane pictures and videos of Texas Big Freeze [see pics and tweets]

    A Giant Flaw in Texas Blackouts: It Cut Power to Gas Supplies

    When the Texas power grid was on the brink of collapse and its operator plunged thousands into darkness, it didn’t make an exception for the oil and gas field.

    Power was, unsurprisingly, diverted to hospitals and nursing homes. Ercot, as the grid manager is known, was staving off utter catastrophe, its chief executive later said.

    But leaving shale fields like the Permian Basin dark had an unintended consequence. Producers who depend on electricity to power their operations were left with no way to pump natural gas. And that gas was needed more than ever to generate electricity.

    As one executive described: It was like a death spiral.

    Several energy companies say that, while frozen infrastructure and equipment malfunctions caused gas volumes to plummet, a lack of power also had a profound impact on supply. It’s a phenomenon that highlights just how interconnected -- and interdependent -- Texas’s energy network is. [more; as we all are]

    [2nd section below]

  2. Tropical Cyclone "Guambe" intensifying over the Mozambique Channel

    Tropical Cyclone "Guambe" formed in the Mozambique Channel on February 17, 2021, as the 8th named storm of the 2021/21 Southwest Indian Ocean cyclone season. Although Guambe is expected to stay about 100 km (62 miles) off the coast of Mozambique, significant impacts are expected in southern Mozambique on Friday and Saturday, February 19 and 20, 2021, between Inhambane and Xai-Xai. Heavy rains that can reach and locally exceed 150 mm (5.9 inches) in 24 hours are possible in these areas. Strong winds gusting up to 100 km/h (62 miles) on the coast are possible from Friday. A red warning for heavy rain, strong winds, and thunderstorms has been issued for areas in Sofala and Inhambane provinces. [more]

    At least 2 400 cold temperature records broken or tied in the U.S. from February 12 to 16, 2021

    At least 2 400 preliminary daily cold temperature records, including cold maximums and minimums, were broken or tied at longer-term sites (75+ years of data) in the United States from February 12 to 16, 2021. The cold snap peaked from February 14 to 16. Another winter storm will affect a large area from Friday, February 19 -- from the Lower Mississippi Valley into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. [more]

    Submarine Permafrost Has Been Overlooked as a Major Source of Greenhouse Gases, Scientists Warn

    Scientists have found that permafrost buried beneath the Arctic Ocean holds 60 billion tons of methane and 560 billion tons of organic carbon — making it a major source of greenhouse gases not currently included in climate projections that could have a significant impact on climate change in the longer-term. [more]

    [from It Can Always Get Worse news]
    Water leaks indicate new damage at Fukushima nuclear plant

    Cooling water levels have fallen in two reactors at the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant since a powerful earthquake hit the area last weekend, indicating possible additional damage, its operator said Friday. [more]

    Snow falls on camels in Saudi Arabia [30 sec. news video]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. The animals watched as snow fell in the mountains of Ad-dhahr after a cold spell spread across the north-west of the country.

    Kerry says [lies] Earth has 9 years to avert worst consequences of climate crisis

    "I think it's a very appropriate way to think of it, so it is directly related to the warming, even though your instinct is to say, wait a minute, this is the new Ice Age. But it's not," Kerry said. "It is coming from the global warming and it threatens all the normal weather patterns."

    That warming is believed to make storms stronger, droughts drier and oceans higher. That means certain places on Earth where people currently live will become unlivable. In fact, it is already happening.

    Kerry said we have only a few years left to avoid a climate catastrophe.

    "Well, the scientists told us three years ago we had 12 years to avert the worst consequences of climate crisis. We are now three years gone, so we have nine years left," he said. [more; yeah, right? It's more like we HAD over a 109 years to change our ways since the scientific community KNEW way back in the late 1800s that greenhouse gases increase the temperature of the planet; specifically, BIG OIL knew since the 1970s!]

    Oklahoma alligators frozen in water with snouts sticking out

    The phenomenon, also called brumation, allows the alligator to slow down their heart rate and metabolism during cold temperatures below the water while still maintaining the ability to breathe. [more]

    ‘My stomach dropped’: Diver spots tiger shark caught in rope ‘noose’ that had cut into its body

    A shark has been caught on camera tangled in a rope ‘noose’ that had wrapped around its body, cutting into the flesh around its gills in an image showcasing the impact ocean pollution can have on marine life.

    One image shows how the circle of rope has cut deep lacerations into the animal’s back.

    In another, the thick rope appears to have burrowed under the shark’s skin, pushing the joint of its right fin away from its body. [more; see sickening pic; "The story has a happy ending. A few weeks later, the shark was spotted with the rope off.]

    In photos: India’s diverse wildlife is drowning and dying in human filth

    In the absence of efficient waste management systems, India is grappling with a mammoth garbage problem. Thousands of tonnes of untreated and unsegregated waste pollute the country’s land, water and air, while serving as toxic foraging grounds for a plethora of wild animals. [more; ugh]

  4. Texas agriculture commissioner issues RED ALERT warning on food supply chain

    Texas’ Agriculture Commissioner has issued a RED ALERT over the food processing chain as the power grid is down and our food supply is grinding to a halt.

    Livestock producers are now unable to provide water to their animals, and farmers cannot deliver to grain elevators that are shut down.

    “In just one example, dairy operations are dumping $8 million worth of milk down the drains every day because the plants that process that milk don’t have power.

    “Grocery stores are already unable to get shipments of dairy products. Store shelves are already empty. We’re looking at a food supply chain problem like we’ve never seen before, even with COVID-19.” [more]

    Sunday, 21 February 2021
    Witness statement from Texas
    Woman is revealing what is happening in Texas NOW on 2-19-21 [~ 11.5 min.]

    Sunday, 21 February 2021
    Biden’s Executive Order gave China access to the US Grid

    Biden’s Insane Executive Order on Climate Change Gave China Access to the US Grid – Suddenly There’s an Energy Crisis In Texas – Any Relationship?

    This was just a small little paragraph tucked away in one of Biden’s EO’s the first day he was in office under the umbrella of “restoring science to tackle the climate crisis”. Of course, science and climate crisis are polar opposites. Looking over the EO, there appears to be nothing that benefits the United States of America which begs the question, who wrote and approved this mess?

    Biden ended President Trump’s EO protecting the US power grid from China

    Suddenly this past week we have an energy crisis in Texas. Is there any relationship between Biden’s EO and this? We’ll never know. [more]