Monday, April 12, 2021

Event Update For 2021-04-11

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

2021-04-11 - Moisture content in California plants at terrifying record low:

Quote: "The average fuel-moisture content for this site is 137% and the previous low was 115%. This year it was 97%. This value is even lower than what was observed amid the state's last major drought that ran from 2012 to 2016. 'These values are the lowest we've observed,' Clements said. 'This suggests that the plants are very stressed and that the lack of rain is resulting in drier conditions for this time of year.'"

Quote: "This finding comes a year after California saw its largest wildfire season in modern history with over 10,000 wildfires tearing through over 4.2 million acres, more than 4% of the state's roughly 100 million acres of land, according to Cal Fire."

2021-04-11 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, scrap metal burns, in coastal Visakhapatnam (India):

2021-04-11 - Cargo pallet full of smartphones bursts into flame at 5 AM at airport in coastal Hong Kong (China):[Video]-Fire-ignited-by-batch-of-phones-rips-through-airport-hangar

2021-04-11 - RV bursts into flame at 1:07 AM and kills man while parked at home, fire spreads, home heavily damaged, on Newton Falls Road in Charlestown Township (Ohio):

Note: This is the 121st RV to burn in 2021, and this is the 7th deadly RV fire in 2021...

2021-04-11 - The long-range forecast for the future of the world is looking dark and stormy:

2021-04-11 - Scientists confirm massive DDT dumping ground on the ocean floor between Long Beach and Catalina Island (California):

2021-04-11 - Three deep-diving Cuvier's beaked whales wash ashore dead in coastal Tramore (Ireland):

2021-04-11 - Lightning strike kills 68 goats in Arcos de Valdevez (Portugal):

2021-04-11 - Home explodes and burns in the Valley Glen area in coastal Los Angeles (California), 2 injured:

Note: This is the 39th residential explosion in 2021...

2021-04-11 - Boats, RVs and box truck go up in flames at 3 AM while parked in storage yard in coastal Everett (Washington):

Quote: "Smoke could be seen from several blocks away and when firefighters arrived they found a fenced storage yard with multiple RVs, boats and a box truck involved."

Note: These are the 203rd and 204th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021, and these are the 122nd and 123rd RVs to burn in 2021...

2021-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 47 near Dwight (Illinois):

2021-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-84 in Tolland (Connecticut):

2021-04-11 - Tractor bursts into flame in Pilibhit (India):

Note: These are the 906th, 907th and 908th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-04-11 - Two RVs and SUV destroyed by fire while parked in Quintette (Florida):

Quote: "Fire destroyed two recreational vehicles and a passenger vehicle while damaging a shed Sunday in the Quintette area."

Note: These are the 124th and 125th RVs to burn in 2021...

2021-04-11 - Delivery van bursts into flame while parked at property in Oss (Netherlands):

2021-04-11 - Van bursts into flame on Main Street in Buckton (Britain):

Quote: "Main Street, Buckton. Sun 11 Apr 2021 11:34 (No:006178) Van fire extinguished prior to arrival of Fire Service by passer-by using one dry powder extinguisher. Inspection only by Fire Service."

2021-04-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-610 in Houston (Texas):

2021-04-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near store in coastal Port Angeles (Washington):

2021-04-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Call Avenue in Oconto (Wisconsin), 400 feet from the Oconto River:

2021-04-11 - Car bursts into flame just after 1 AM on Shields Road in Byker (Britain):

2021-04-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-10 near Tucson (Arizona):

2021-04-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 9 in Longs (South Carolina):

2021-04-11 - Utility vehicle burns at VA medical center, fire spreads to building, in Northampton (Massachusetts):

2021-04-11 - Large tree fire erupts along Spring Bank West in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Spring Bank West, Hull. Sun 11 Apr 2021 18:34 (No:006209) Large area of trees on fire. One hose reel in use."

2021-04-11 - American Legion post destroyed by fire at 4 AM on Railroad Street in Mapleton (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-11 - Garage and shed destroyed by fire on Log Hill Trail in Ooltewah (Tennessee):

2021-04-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Seewee Road in coastal Awendaw (South Carolina):

2021-04-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 12:41 AM on 12th Avenue in coastal Oakland (California):

2021-04-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6 AM in Lake Mary (Florida):

2021-04-11 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire on Clark Road in Harborcreek (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-11 - Home under construction destroyed by fire near Anthony Street and Wolfe Street in McKinney (Texas), 1 injured:

2021-04-11 - Home destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM on Daniel Peck Road in East Haddam (Massachusetts):

2021-04-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Reynolds Road in Elizabethton (Tennessee), dog killed:

2021-04-11 - Home destroyed by fire at 7 AM on Buck Road in Copiah County (Mississippi):

2021-04-11 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire near Franklin Avenue and Shultas Place in Hartford (Connecticut):

2021-04-11 - Deadly fire burns apartment building near 83rd Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix (Arizona), 1 killed:

2021-04-11 - Deadly fire burns apartment building in Montreal (Canada), 1 killed, 7 injured:

2021-04-11 - Vacant home burns on Georgia Street SE in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2021-04-11 - Vacant furniture warehouse destroyed by fire in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2021-04-11 - Two women found dead in submerged car in the Old Salinas River in coastal Moss Landing (California):

2021-04-11 - Two men, 22 and 24, die in canal in Adivi Kothuru (India):

2021-04-11 - Man found dead in canal in Winter Haven (Florida):

2021-04-11 - Man, 71, dies after being pulled unconscious from the water at beach on coastal Okaloosa Island (Florida):

2021-04-11 - Man found dead in the Missouri River in Mandan (North Dakota):

2021-04-11 - Man found dead in tent near Brady Lane in Lafayette (Indiana):

2021-04-11 - Man, 27, goes out on kayak, next seen dead in Long Meadow Pond in Middlebury (Connecticut):

2021-04-11 - Man found found dead in the Des Moines River in Des Moines (Iowa):

2021-04-11 - Woman, 22, found dead at hotel in coastal Cape Town (South Africa):

2021-04-11 - Man, 34, found dead in pond in Siddipet (India):

2021-04-11 - Man, 38, found dead in river in Omundjalala (Namibia):

2021-04-11 - Man found dead in the Water of Leith in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2021-04-11 - Man in his 70s has 'medical incident' and drops dead on Park Road in coastal Swanage (Britain), 400 feet from the ocean:

2021-04-11 - Small plane crashes into the ocean near the San Juan Islands (Washington):

2021-04-11 - SUV veers off road, crashes into pole, fire erupts, in Springfield (Oregon), 1 killed:

2021-04-11 - Two pickup trucks collide head-on at 11:31 PM, fire erupts, near Bloomfield (California), 1 killed:

2021-04-11 - Pickup truck and car crash at 3:30 AM, fire erupts, in coastal Dunedin (New Zealand), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2021-04-11 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into pole, bursts into flame, in Byron Township (Michigan), 3 killed:

2021-04-11 - Car veers off road, overturns, bursts into flame, near Neeses (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2021-04-11 - Car crashes on Robbins Road in Amboy (Illinois), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2021-04-11 - Volcano La Soufriere continues erupting on the island of St. Vincent, power outages ensue:

2021-04-11 - Powerful storms sweep across southern Florida, 3+ killed:

Quote: "A cluster of severe storms swept across the South over the weekend, leaving at least three dead, damaging buildings and leaving thousands without power. Strong winds, tornadoes, and isolated large hail were expected across southern Florida into Sunday night, the Storm Prediction Center forecasted. The storm is forecast to subside overnight."


  1. Trembling Tuesday Jonny, everyone.

    i've been to Moss Landing many times (there's a high quality dispensary there) - it's a small old fishing village with a huge electrical power plant that's been "modernized." Strange, that car in the river there.

    [despite the small dip in CO2 & CH4 last year]
    Despite pandemic shutdowns, carbon dioxide and methane surged in 2020

    Levels of the two most important anthropogenic greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide and methane, continued their unrelenting rise in 2020 despite the economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic response, NOAA announced today. [article from April 7th]

    Without the economic slowdown, the 2020 increase would have been the highest on record [more]

    Historic, Category 3 Tropical Cyclone "Seroja" batters Western Australia, causing widespread damage

    Tropical Cyclone "Seroja" made landfall as a Category 3 storm south of Kalbarri, Western Australia with wind gusts up to 170 km/h (106 mph) on Sunday, April 11, 2021. According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), the storm caused widespread damage, left more than 20 000 homes without power, and brought the strongest wind gusts to Geraldton since 1956. [more]

    New massive eruption at Soufriere St. Vincent, SO2 emissions spreading over two continents

    A new high-level, major eruption took place at Soufriere St. Vincent volcano at 10:40 UTC on April 13, 2021. The SO2 emissions produced over the past 2 days are now spreading over two continents -- South America and Africa. Extremely heavy ash is covering the island of St. Vincent, leaving the nation without electricity. [more]

    First GMO mosquitoes to be released In the Florida Keys – Scientists and locals want to stop the deployment

    This spring, the biotechnology company Oxitec plans to release genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes in the Florida Keys. Oxitec says its technology will combat dengue fever, a potentially life-threatening disease, and other mosquito-borne viruses — such as Zika — mainly transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

    But Oxitec has been proposing to experimentally release GM mosquitos in the Keys since 2011, and the plan has long been met with suspicion among locals and debate among scientists.

    Some locals say they fear being guinea pigs. Critics say they are concerned about the possible effects GM mosquitoes could have on human health and the environment.

    Oxitec’s OX5034 mosquitoes are the first GM mosquitoes approved for release in the U.S.

    The company has already conducted a trial with the OX5034 mosquitoes in Brazil and released more than a billion of a previous version, called OX513A, there and in other locations over the years — including the Cayman Islands. The company says it is confident in the effectiveness and safety of the technology. [more]

    [2nd piece follows]

  2. US covid contract details are a “trade secret”—according to the contractors

    Companies taking millions of dollars from the US government to fight the pandemic are using exemptions to hide travel expenses, labor costs—and even why they’re qualified for the job.

    All the redactions cite a rule in the Freedom of Information Act commonly referred to as Exemption 4, which allows companies to hide “commercial information” such as trade secrets from the public. [more]

    Could The U.S. Could Soon Be Involved In Wars In Taiwan, Ukraine And The Middle East Simultaneously?

    Of course the United States can’t exactly afford any new wars at this point, because we are absolutely drowning in debt.

    If you can believe it, our budget deficit for the month of March was a whopping 660 billion dollars… [that's just for March]

    Needless to say, even one war would make our fiscal situation much worse, and multiple conflicts would probably break us financially.

    Of course if a global war does erupt, financial problems won’t exactly be among our greatest concerns at that point. [more]

    [from It's About Effing TIME! news]
    Citing grave threat, Scientific American replaces 'climate change' with 'climate emergency'

    "Journalism should reflect what science says: the climate emergency is here," Scientific American senior editor Mark Fischetti said in a Monday post about the magazine's decision.

    "The planet is heating up way too fast. It’s time for journalism to recognize that the climate emergency is here," the statement said, adding, "Why 'emergency'? Because words matter. To preserve a livable planet, humanity must take action immediately." [more; AH! but due to YOUR "scientific reticence" we waited too long to do anything meaningful to change our ways or alter our course! Too late now!]

    Texas oil pipelines face dry months as production languishes

    Nearly half of all oil pipelines from the Permian basin, the biggest U.S. oilfield, are expected to be empty by the end of the year, analysts and executives said.

    Pipeline companies went on a construction spree throughout 2018 and 2019 to handle blistering growth in U.S. crude production to a record 13 million barrels per day (bpd). However, the coronavirus pandemic crushed both fuel demand and oil production, and neither have recovered fully, leaving many pipelines unused.

    By the fourth quarter, total utilization of the largest oil pipelines from the Permian is expected to drop to 57%, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said. The nadir during the last market bust in 2016 was roughly 70%. [more; so prices will skyrocket(?)]

    [3rd part below]

  3. Tensions rise in water battle along Oregon-California line

    The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which oversees water allocations in the federally owned Klamath Project, is expected to announce this week how the season's water will be divvied up after delaying the decision a month.

    For the first time in 20 years, it's possible that the 1,400 irrigators who have farmed for generations on 225,000 acres (91,000 hectares) of reclaimed farmland will get no water at all — or so little that farming wouldn't be worth it. Several tribes in Oregon and California are equally desperate for water to sustain threatened and endangered species of fish central to their heritage.

    A network of six wildlife refuges that make up the largest wetland complex west of the Mississippi River also depend on the project's water, but will likely go dry this year. [i smell trouble]

    The competing demands over a vanishing natural resource foreshadow a difficult and tense summer in a region where farmers, conservationists and tribes have engaged in years of legal battles over who has greater rights to an ever-dwindling water supply. Two of the tribes, the Klamath and Yurok, hold treaties guaranteeing the protection of their fisheries. [more]

    [from Ya THINK?! news]
    China brands Japan's plan to release treated Fukushima water into sea as 'extremely irresponsible'

    Japan's government has approved a plan to release over one million tonnes of treated water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Tuesday.

    The release is unlikely to begin for at least two years but has already sparked opposition from local fishing communities and concern in Beijing and Seoul. [more; fuggedabotit]

    Israel COVID-19 study finds South Africa variant able to 'break through' Pfizer vaccine

    "We found a disproportionately higher rate of the South African variant among people vaccinated with a second dose, compared to the unvaccinated group," said Tel Aviv University's Adi Stern. "This means that the South African variant is able, to some extent, to break through the vaccine's protection." [or are they enhancing the virus in order to do just that, helping to ensure that vaccines "will needed" to be given from now on in regular doses?]

    Balicer noted that the results indicate a need for continued health policy [ie. more 'vaccines'], including social distancing and wearing masks in indoor spaces. [more; yeah, how about fuck off!]

    [see section 4]

  4. Billions of Cicadas to invade District of Columbia after 17 years underground

    Brood X, sometimes referred to as the Great Eastern Brood, is among the largest in terms of geographical areas in North America, according to the University of Connecticut's Cicada Mapping Project.

    The billions of bugs will come out, scientists say, when conditions are just right: when the soil is 64 degrees and on a night that's humid enough, but free of wind and rain. [more]

    From "Event 201" to "Cyber Polygon": The WEF's Simulation of a Coming "Cyber Pandemic"

    Last year, the World Economic Forum teamed up with the Russian government and global banks to run a high-profile cyberattack simulation that targeted the financial industry, an actual event that would pave the way for a "reset" of the global economy. The simulation, named Cyber Polygon, may have been more than a typical planning exercise and bears similarities to the WEF-sponsored pandemic simulation Event 201 that briefly preceded the COVID-19 crisis.

    On Wednesday, the World Economic Forum (WEF), along with Russia's Sberbank and its cybersecurity subsidiary BI.ZONE announced that a new global cyberattack simulation would take place this coming July to instruct participants in "developing secure ecosystems" by simulating a supply-chain cyberattack similar to the recent SolarWinds hack that would "assess the cyber resilience" of the exercise's participants. On the newly updated event website, the simulation, called Cyber Polygon 2021, ominously warns that, given the digitalization trends largely spurred by the COVID-19 crisis, "a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down the entire system, just like the domino effect," adding that "a secure approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity for decades to come."

    New economic systems that are digitally based and either partnered with or run by central banks are a key part of the WEF's Great Reset, and such systems would be part of the answer to controlling the masses of the recently unemployed. As others have noted, these digital monopolies, not just financial services, would allow those who control them to "turn off" a person's money and access to services if that individual does not comply with certain laws, mandates and regulations. [i guess they don't expect these great masses of people to REVOLT and RIOT - tearing apart their "systems" so they no longer work for ANYBODY]

    [5th installment upcoming]

  5. Though Cyber Polygon 2021 is months off, it was preceded by Cyber Polygon 2020, a similar WEF-sponsored simulation that took place last July in which speakers warned of a coming deadly "pandemic" of cyberattacks that would largely target two economic sectors, healthcare and finance. [more]

    Western U.S. may be entering worst drought in modern history

    Extreme drought across the Western U.S. has become as reliable as a summer afternoon thunderstorm in Florida. And news headlines about drought in the West can seem a bit like a broken record, with some scientists saying the region is on the precipice of permanent drought. [more]

    Nervous North American farmers set to 'seed in faith' into parched soils

    Fields across the Canadian Prairies and the U.S. Northern Plains are among the driest on record, raising production risks in one of the world's key growing regions for canola and spring wheat.

    As planting season begins, the dusty soils generate fears that seeds will fail to germinate or yield smaller crops in a year when demand for canola already far outstrips supply. Unusually strong wheat exports to China for animal feed have also lowered global supplies of the main ingredient in bread and pasta.

    Prices of canola, which is processed into vegetable oil and animal feed, hit all-time highs in February and Canadian supplies look to dwindle by midsummer to an eight-year low. [more; just gettin' started]

    Anthony Fauci Has Worn Out His Welcome

    [should be brought up on charges along with Gates and many in the government and pharmaceutical sectors]

    More than a year ago, Americans welcomed Anthony Fauci into their homes as a sober scientist who was helping them make sense of a deadly new virus. But he has worn out that welcome.

    Fauci doesn’t write or establish the quarantine policies being enforced by cities and states; he can only advise other people in and out of government. But his voice carries a lot of weight, and, more or less willingly, he has become the face of America’s quarantine policies. Frustratingly, his perspective always seem to be that the right time to open up is another six weeks from now, no matter how low caseloads get or how much the national vaccination program accelerates.

    But Fauci has turned into the perpetually pessimistic, overcautious, position-shifting, administration-pleasing face of the pandemic recovery. At this point, he’d do himself a favor by sitting out the next opportunity to appear on a TV show or podcast [more]

  6. [note to self: try not to split stories between pages, mkoi?]

    Vaccine Wars! [~ 3.6 min. Pie video]

    Russian-Ukrainian war: Tragedy for people, chance for elites

    The main question is "Cui Prodest"?
    [Short for cui prodest scelus is fecit (for whom the crime advances, he has done it) in Seneca's Medea. From Latin Is Simple online dictionary]

    The answer is unambiguous: the administration of Ukrainian President is a real stakeholder in the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine.

    First, the current economic situation in Ukraine is disastrous.

    Secondly, the economic situation in Ukraine was aggravated by the coronacrisis.

    Third, the Zelensky administration is now facing a rapid decrease in people's support.

    Fourthly, it is increasingly difficult for NATO allies to fuel Kiev's anti-Russian hysteria

    The last but not least is a political request from a part of the American elite, who are interested in various forms of pressuring Russia. They support blocking of the Nord Stream 2 project by any means; destruction of bilateral relations between Russia and leading European countries, up to war outbreak along its borders.

    The position of the Zelensky administration and the interests of the United States represent sufficient set of reasons to outbreak war in Eastern Ukraine. Indeed, official Kiev does not need to care about the actual result of the conflict, but its very existence.

    There are only 3 scenarios of the military conflict in Eastern Ukraine.

    The Ukrainian army wholly or partially occupies the territory of the DLPR.
    The forces of both sides remain in their current positions.
    The DLPR forces, with Russian support, advance on the Ukrainian territory for several dozens of miles.

    There is almost a zero probability that Ukraine will suffer a crushing defeat and the DLPR forces will occupy the territory to the Dnieper River. Russia now has neither the strength nor the ability to gain control over such a vast territory, and the collective West, in its turn, would not let this happen.

    If any of the above scenarios are implemented, Zelensky and his supporters among the US elites will benefit.

    Unleashing the war, Zelensky has a chance to reclaim his status as the national leader.

    Zelensky's policy can only fail if Russia captures half of Ukraine, which de facto is not possible.

    Definitely, the war in Ukraine will lead to the closure of the Nord Stream 2 project, which is already at the final stage of construction. Key contacts between Russia and NATO countries will be frozen, no more significant bilateral cooperation in economy will be possible. [more; let's see how Russia responds]

    [2nd comment awaits]

  7. Rand Paul rips 'petty tyrant' Fauci for advising vaccinated people not to dine indoors

    "Fauci continues to ignore 100 years of vaccine science. His only real theme is 'do what I say' even when it makes no sense," Paul said on Twitter Monday. "If you've recovered or been vaccinated - go about your life. Eat, drink, work, open the schools. Enough with the petty tyrants. [more]

    [something to brighten your day]
    Chimp has emotional reunion with caretakers who saved him as a baby: 'Years may pass, but the love is always there' [~ 1 min. video]

    Limbani was initially rejected by his mother as a baby after being born with pneumonia. Tania and Jorge Sanchez became his caretakers during the first few months of his life before he was handed off to ZWF.

    “Without human intervention and modern medicine he wouldn’t be here today,” ZWF told the Independent.

    The couple clearly left an impression on Limbani who has never forgotten his human handlers.

    In March, cameras captured what a Limbani reunion looks like. The chimpanzee was outside when Tania and Jorge had just arrived. He couldn’t contain his excitement. Limbani made joyful grunting noises as he ran straight into Tania’s arms. After hugging her, he leaped from the ground and went in for a hug with Jorge. [more]

    ‘Gorilla hail’ pounded parts of Texas. See photos and video from the powerful storm

    Parts of Texas were pummeled with so-called “gorilla” hail Monday, leaving smashed windshields and other property damage in its wake.

    Just how big is gorilla hail? The severe thunderstorm that hit the Texas Hill Country Monday evening produced hailstones that were as large as a grapefruit., according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

    “The hail was not only remarkable for its size, but also for the fact that it reportedly accumulated up to three inches on the ground in Llano, Texas,” NOAA said.

    Llano is about 75 miles northwest of Austin. [more]

    An asteroid just came 'exceptionally close' to hitting Earth

    an asteroid the size of car just missed hitting Earth on Monday.

    The asteroid, known as 2021 GW4, traveled at 18,700 miles per hour when it passed the planet. At its closest, the asteroid was just over 12,000 miles away from Earth's surface at 9:01 a.m. ET. For reference, most geostationary satellites are around 22,000 miles away, and the moon is roughly 238,900 miles away. [more; whew!]