Friday, April 23, 2021

Event Update For 2021-04-22

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

2021-04-22 - RV trailer bursts into flame just before 6 AM and kills woman while parked near Lubbock (Texas):

2021-04-22 - Chemical plant damaged by explosion and fire on Red River Mine Road near Coushatta (Louisiana), 2 injured:

2021-04-22 - Recycling center erupts in flame in coastal Surrey (Canada):

2021-04-22 - Recycling center fire breaks out shortly after 5 AM in coastal Blackpool (Britain):

2021-04-22 - Bosque fire breaks out near Tingley Beach on the east side of the Rio Grande in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2021-04-22 - Condo complex and cars heavily damaged by massive fire at 3:05 AM on Delaware Avenue in coastal Norfolk (Virginia), 2+ injured:

Quote: "Just seeing this now, these cars are completely destroyed here as well."

2021-04-22 - Another glacier bursts in Uttarakhand (India):

2021-04-22 - Massive sinkholes opening in Karapinar (Turkey):

Quote: "Sinkholes wide enough to swallow a bus dot the drought-stricken breadbasket of the Turkish plains, worrying farmers as they spread and creep closer to residential homes."

2021-04-22 - Ferry ship bursts into flame near coastal Bainbridge Island (Washington):

Quote: "An engine fire had to be extinguished aboard the ferry Wenatchee while it was out on sea trials Thursday afternoon. Washington State Ferries spokesman Ian Sterling described the blaze as a 'serious' fire and said the vessel was being towed to the state's ferry maintenance facility in Bainbridge Island's Eagle Harbor after the fire was put out."

Note: This is the 218th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-04-22 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Highway 417 near Hawkesbury (Canada):

2021-04-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame before 7 AM on the Florida Turnpike near coastal Fort Pierce (Florida), separate crash too:

Quote: "A tractor trailer caught fire before 7 a.m., near Fort Pierce at the 172-mile marker. Traffic was being diverted off the exit to Yeehaw Junction when a multiple-vehicle collision happened just miles from the vehicle fire, FHP spokesman Lt. Yanko Reyes confirmed."

2021-04-22 - Tractor and barn go up in flames on Greenville Road in Christian County (Kentucky):

2021-04-22 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame on Mathieson Road in coastal Widnes (Britain):

Note: These are the 946th, 947th, 948th and 949th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-04-22 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on street in Oxford (Britain):

2021-04-22 - Campervan bursts into flame at 3:43 AM while parked at apartments, fire spreads to building, on Old Beggarwood Lane in Basingstoke (Britain):

2021-04-22 - Van bursts into flame on Abingdon Road in coastal Poole (Britain):

2021-04-22 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at dealership on Norland Avenue in Chambersburg (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 10 near Lenexa (Kansas), cement truck overturns too:

Quote: "Traffic on Kansas 10 at Kansas 7 was snarled Thursday afternoon when a cement truck overturned and a pickup truck hauling a trailer caught fire."

2021-04-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 2 AM in Logan Canyon (Utah):

2021-04-22 - Car bursts into flame at 4:57 AM on the Staten Island Expressway near coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2021-04-22 - Car bursts into flame near hardware store in Florence (South Carolina):

2021-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in Waterville (Maine):

2021-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on highway in coastal Kuching (Malaysia):

2021-04-22 - Car bursts into flame on the M2 near Ballymena (Northern Ireland):

2021-04-22 - Car bursts into flame at 1:11 AM on Dale View in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Dale View, Grimsby. Thu 22 Apr 2021 01:11 (No:007192) Fire involving one car, extinguished using one hose reel jet and one breathing apparatus."

2021-04-22 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 5:52 AM on I-10 in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2021-04-22 - Three cars destroyed by fire in the wee hours while parked in Vélez-Málaga (Spain):

2021-04-22 - Vehicle bursts into flame at KFC on Rydon Lane in coastal Exeter (Britain):

2021-04-22 - Forklift bursts into flame inside building in Hengoed (Britain):

2021-04-22 - Auto shop damaged by fire at South Broadway and River City Drive in St. Louis (Missouri), 2900 feet from the Mississippi River:

2021-04-22 - Barn destroyed by fire between Abbotsford and Chilliwack (Canada):

2021-04-22 - Mixed-use building destroyed by fire on Butternut Street in Syracuse (New York):

2021-04-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Las Verdes Street in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2021-04-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Thompson Boulevard in Ridgeville (South Carolina):

2021-04-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Angier Avenue in Durham (North Carolina):

2021-04-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Barrington Circle in Cobb County (Georgia), nobody there:

2021-04-22 - Home destroyed by fire on Cuba Road in Long Grove (Illinois):

2021-04-22 - Home destroyed by fire on McKee Avenue in Monessen (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-22 - Four-unit apartment building heavily damaged by fire on South Shore Drive in coastal Miramar Beach (Florida):

2021-04-22 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Rio Linda Boulevard in the Del Paso Heights area in Sacramento (California), 3 injured:

2021-04-22 - Vacant school burns at 2:30 AM in Battle Creek (Michigan):

2021-04-22 - Two college students, both 23, found dead in the water at waterfall in coastal Kuantan (Malaysia):

2021-04-22 - Man, 59, dies while diving off coastal Kamilo Beach (Hawaii):

Quote: "A 59-year-old male died from an apparent drowning at Kamilo Beach on Thursday evening. The man had been diving with a group but lost contact with the others. He was found in a tide pool and brought to shore prior to the Hawai'i County Fire Department (HFD) arriving on scene. According to HFD documents, the man was lying 'supine on beach, obvious DOA.'"

2021-04-22 - Man, 53, drops dead near Woodland Drive in Erie (Pennsylvania):

2021-04-22 - Man found dead in submerged car in creek near Topeka (Kansas):

2021-04-22 - Person found dead and partially submerged in creek at Baylands Park in Sunnyvale (California):

2021-04-22 - Man, 21, found dead in the Santiam River in Mill City (Oregon):

2021-04-22 - Man, 26, found dead in watery ditch along Pear Street in St. Joseph (Missouri):

2021-04-22 - Man found dead in ravine near Miramichi (Canada):

2021-04-22 - Woman, 31, dies while diving off coastal Kuching (Malaysia):

2021-04-22 - Girl, 5, has 'medical episode' at school and dies in Bradford (Britain):

Quote: "Police were called to St Matthew's C of E Primary School in West Bowling, Bradford, at around 2pm on Thursday. They had been alerted to reports of 'a child suffering from a medical episode', Yorkshire Live reports. The girl was rushed to hospital but sadly died a short time later, West Yorkshire Police said."

2021-04-22 - Woman has 'medical episode', SUV crashes into building, in Omaha (Nebraska), 1 injured:

Quote: "Police said it appears as if the driver had a medical episode."

2021-04-22 - Driver has 'medical emergency', pickup truck slams into home, on Gardner Street in South Beloit (Illinois), 1 injured:

Quote: "South Beloit Police Chief Adam Truman said the crash appears to have happened because the driver had a medical emergency while driving on Gardner Street."

2021-04-22 - Driver has 'medical issue', pickup truck crashes into parked cars and business, in Lynchburg (Virginia), 1 injured:

Quote: "The Lynchburg Police Department believes a medical issue was involved."

2021-04-22 - Man, 61, has 'medical emergency', car crashes into woods, on Ocean Parkway in coastal Wantagh (New York), 1 killed:

Quote: "A 61-year-old man is dead after a medical emergency sent his vehicle on Ocean Parkway into the woods Thursday afternoon, state police confirmed to Patch."

2021-04-22 - Driver has 'medical emergency', car crashes into office building, in Westbury (New York), 1 injured:

Quote: "A driver lost control of their car due to a medical emergency and crashed into a Westbury office building Thursday night, state police said."

2021-04-22 - Small plane crashes into swamp near Brownsville (Tennessee), 2 killed:

2021-04-22 - Small plane crashes into field along Canby Avenue in Wells Township (Minnesota):

2021-04-22 - Helicopter crashes in remote area in North Branch Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2021-04-22 - Two cars collide head-on at 5:50 AM near bridge in Florence County (South Carolina), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-04-22 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, in the Elmwood area in West Hartford (Connecticut):

2021-04-22 - Five-story building collapses in Shimla (India):

2021-04-22 - Firefighter, man, has 'medical emergency', in critical condition, in Alcoa (Tennessee):

Quote: "A captain with the Alcoa Police Department is receiving palliative care after suffering an unexpected medical emergency while off-duty."

2021-04-22 - Second Earth-directed solar flare in two days creates shortwave radio blackout over southeast Asia:


  1. [Test run of first comment]

    i use an old Dell computer with an old (unsupported)version of Windows and the mouse disappears or goes other than where i place it. Yesterday i hit something on the site that "embedded" my comment and Blogger wouldn't let it publish "for my safety." My phone also gives me trouble with a "Whoops, that's an error" message. Have i mentioned lately how much i detest computers, phones and technology?
    i don't know how to fix any of it, so i just give up, frustrated.

  2. Slow motion collapse Saturday Jonny and all readers of JJFH.

    PA still representin' on this day.

    Malaysian waters aren't any safer than India's apparently.

    Climate is the new Covid [though it was an emergency way before]

    Yesterday was Earth Day. The traditional day environmental hashtags temporarily trend across all social media sites. This year was no different, with the exception of the stronger than usual whiff of agenda.

    The narrative of the "deadly viral pandemic" is slowly losing momentum. Whether this is through the public having "post viral fatigue"(as it were), or a deliberate shift in media talking points is unclear. But there's certainly less energy in the story than at this time last year.

    That said, it's also perfectly clear that governments around the world are in no mood to give up their newly acquired "emergency powers", and that alleged "anti-covid measures" are not going away anytime soon.

    Especially lockdowns, which are being freshly marketed as "good for the planet".

    Has the lockdown been good for the environment?

    The answer to that is either "probably no" or "certainly not", depending on your priorities.

    For starters there are plastic-fibre disposable masks - which, we remind you, do absolutely nothing to prevent the spread of viruses - hundreds of thousands of which are now busily washing up on beaches, entangling wildlife and clogging sewers all over the world.

    The "lockdowns" have been sold in the press like a total halt to all human activity but, in reality, it's mostly small businesses being closed down, and a lot of important-sounding but largely unproductive people having zoom meetings.

    The militaries of the world still travel, the navies are still at sea. Public transport is still running, even if it is lessened in some places. Emergency vehicles keep chugging along. Rubbish and recycling are still collected. Container ships, cargo planes, long-haul trucks and freight trains are still taking goods to every part of the world.

    The big retailers - WalMart, Tesco, CostCo, Amazon etc. - they are all still open, and their supply lines flow all over the world.

    The idea that all human activity just stopped dead is a convenient lie

    Mines, mills, and plants still exist. Power stations, dams and sewage processors are still ticking over. Even the service economy is still running, just with different people moving in the opposite direction. Deliveroo, Uber and JustEat drive cars, and any decrease in people going to restaurants will be counterbalanced by increased take-away deliveries.

    Factories in China are still making all the things that are being shipped around the world and then delivered to our doors, rather than shipped around the world and having us going to get them. Is that really much of a change in emissions?

    In short, no, there is no publicly available evidence that "lockdown" was good for the environment at all. [but they'll keep doing it until we stand the fuck up and just STOP OBEYING]

    They've shown us their hand. They've told us - upfront and out loud - what they want to achieve.

    Total economic control, marked depreciation of living standards, removal of national sovereignty and radical erosion of individual liberties.

    That's the endgame here. They said so.

    Viruses or vaccines. Poverty or prosperity. Discrimination or diversity. War or world peace. The agenda doesn't change.

    Whoever is talking. Whatever they are talking about. Whatever they claim to want. The agenda doesn't change.

    Republican or Democrat. Conservative or Labour. Red or Blue. The agenda doesn't change.

    The colour doesn't matter. Not even when it's green.

    Happy Earth Day. [more]

    [2nd comment follows, hopefully]

    [more; 2 videos]

  3. Strong mag. 6.5 earthquake - Fiji Islands Region, Tonga, on Saturday, 24 April [and it didn't disappear!]

    Stunning footage of tornadoes and rainbows coinciding in Texas [6 videos!]

    Waterspouts spotted amid freaky weather in the Bahamas [3 videos and text]

    Powerful storm rips roofs from buildings in Gaziantep, Turkey [2 videos]

    Cattle in rural Oregon again found dead, mutilated amid strange circumstances

    Cattle in Oregon are again showing up dead under strange circumstances.

    Over the past three months, seven animals have been found mutilated on ranch land in central Oregon's Crook County, the Northwest News Network reported Tuesday. In most cases, the dead animal's sex organs, tongue or eyes are cut away cleanly and there is no blood.

    The cases call to mind similar discoveries of five mutilated bulls in 2019 in Harney County, where five bulls were found dead in a 2-mile radius with their sex organs and tongues removed.

    There have also been cases in recent years in Wasco, Umatilla, Wheeler and Lake counties in recent years. There have also been cases reported in Arizona. [more; no clue how or why]

    Indonesia navy declares lost sub sunk, all 53 aboard dead

    Indonesia’s navy on Saturday declared its missing submarine had sunk and cracked open, killing 53 crew members aboard, after finding items from the vessel over the past two days. [more]

    [and this is what it's coming to]
    Oklahoma governor signs bill that offers protections to drivers who hit protesters

    Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) has signed into law a measure that provides protections to drivers who unintentionally injure or kill protesters while "fleeing a riot."

    "A motor vehicle operator who unintentionally [how are you going to prove that?] causes injury or death to an individual shall not be criminally or civilly liable for the injury or death, if ... the injury or death of the individual occurred while the motor vehicle operator was fleeing from a riot," the bill says.

    The bill also makes blocking a public roadway during a protest a misdemeanor offense punishable by up to a year in prison and a $5,000 fine.

    The bill becomes effective on Nov. 1.

    Between the lines: The legislation does not define the circumstances that make it "necessary" to "flee" the scene of a protest. [more]

  4. [Had a mower guy at the house on maintenance call, said they're having real trouble getting mower blades and other crucial parts, said they can't even provide OIL (he has to buy it somewhere as he needs it).]

    By all accounts the Postal Service has become the biggest scam in the world - pay whatever you want, it doesn't make a difference in time of delivery (if it gets there at all).

    A large chunk of the so-called stimulus bill is going to fund the mountain of unfunded liabilities such as the pensions of various government positions (like the post office).

    Lightning strike kills farm worker in Costa Blanca, Spain

    Spring has definitely not sprung in Spain's Costa Blanca with unsettled weather bringing rain, strong winds and freezing temperatures for weeks now. On top of horror stories of flooding, electricity and internet blackouts and fallen trees, Murcia has suffered a terrible tragedy after a farm worker died during a storm this week.

    Sadly, the raging storm claimed the life of a 45-year-old in the municipality of Fuente Alamo, who was reportedly picking spinach in the rural area of Balsapintada when he was struck dead by a bolt of lightning.

    Unfortunately, most of the country is in for a few more days of bad weather. Belts of low pressure will bring prolonged rain to most of Spain until next Monday, with many regions having already suffered unseasonable hail storms and snow. [more]

    Covid19: Prior infection vs vaccination [Sebastian Rushworth M.D.]

    Ever since the beginning of the covid pandemic, one of the big topics of discussion has been whether infection results in lasting immunity. Since the advent of the vaccines, that has expanded in to a discussion about whether prior infection or vaccination provides a higher degree of immunity.

    Back in December, I wrote about a study that showed that 90% of people who get covid still have antibodies six months out from infection. This was encouraging news. However, all it really did was show that most people keep their antibodies for a decent period of time after infection. It didn't actually tell us anything about the probability of being re-infected. [or, more importantly, if you're going to fucking DIE if you DO get re-infected]

    it seems completely unnecessary for people who have had covid to get the vaccine. In fact, if the goal of governments is to get their populations to herd immunity as quickly as possible, it would make more sense to tell people who have had confirmed covid-19 that they don't need to get vaccinated. Vaccinating people who have already had covid-19 means delaying vaccination of people who haven't had it, which means delaying the onset of herd immunity.

    [bottom line of the article]

    even with unknown confounders pushing the results up or down, it is clear that prior infection provides a high degree of immunity.[more]

    [part 2 follows]

  5. [recent fireworks in the sky sightings incl. video]
    Meteor fireball blaze caught on police body cam at Surfers Paradise, Australia

    Lyrid fireball over the Mediterranean (April 23)

    [from There Go The Fish news]
    Japan Says Dumping Fukushima Radioactive Water in Pacific Ocean Is Now “Unavoidable”

    With nuclear waste and fuel rods still contaminating the area, over one million tons of radioactive waste water continue to seep from the facility, according to The Japan Times, forcing authorities into what Suga describes as the “unavoidable” position of having to dump the water.

    Officials claim that the water would be purified to the maximum extent possible, but environmentalist groups like Greenpeace warn that the water contains hazardous material that could damage human DNA and the health of marine life. [and any creature consuming the sea food will bio-accumulate this toxic waste]

    [this is true for Penn and Drexel i believe]
    Medical Tyranny on US College Campuses

    Schools mandating covid jabs are in breach of federal law and the Nuremberg Code.

    The former requires that individuals may “accept or refuse administration of” experimental, unapproved drugs.

    According to the Nuremberg Code, voluntary consent is required on all things related to health.

    By ignoring the above, US schools that require students to be involuntarily jabbed for covid are in flagrant breach of these standards and contemptuous of the health and rights of their student body. [more; like what happened to the Constitution - it's ignored]

    CENTCOM Head Claims Afghan Military ‘Will Certainly Collapse’ without U.S. Aid

    Afghanistan’s military “will certainly collapse” if the U.S. does not continue to support it following a withdrawal from the country, the top U.S. general in the Middle East told Congress on Thursday.

    “My concern is the Afghans’ ability to hold ground” without U.S. aid, General Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, said during testimony on plans to withdraw the U.S. military. McKenzie added that “it is a matter of great concern to me whether or not the future government of Afghanistan will be able to” protect the U.S. embassy in Kabul “once we leave.”[more; nope; yet another war we didn't win - and now you wanna take on Russia and China?]

    Montana Gov. Gianforte signs bill invalidating federal gun restrictions

    Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R) has signed legislation that forbids state and local law enforcement from enforcing federal bans on guns, ammunition and magazines.

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) similarly signed a bill earlier this month that protects gun owners in the state from federal gun restrictions [more]

    [3rd piece below]

  6. Oil Tanker off Syria coast on fire; Govt says drone attack

    Syria's oil ministry said a fire has erupted in a tanker on its coast after what it said was a suspected drone attack on Saturday.

    The official state news agency said the fire in the oil tanker outside Baniyas refinery has been extinguished.

    The oil ministry said the fire started after a suspected drone attack that originated from the Lebanese territorial waters. It provided no further details and did not specify where the tanker was arriving from. [more; (cough) "Israel"]

    [some good news]
    Beneficial wet weather returns to West

    While the rain is not expected to put a dent in the drought in California, it is still bringing needed relief. [~ 2 min. video]

    Russian troops start pulling back from Ukrainian border

    Russian troops began pulling back to their permanent bases Friday after a massive buildup that has caused Ukrainian and Western concerns.

    On Thursday, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu declared the sweeping maneuvers in Crimea and wide swaths of western Russia over, and ordered the military to bring the troops that took part in them back to their permanent bases by May 1.

    Asked if the Kremlin thinks that the Russian troop pullback could help ease tensions with the United States, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said the issues were not connected. [more]

    Marjorie Taylor Greene mockingly impersonates Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez while recounting her debate challenge

    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) remains very determined to debate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).

    Ocasio-Cortez has not commented on the proposed debate publicly, let alone confirmed Greene's version of events. [more]

  7. The reason USPS has unfunded retirement accounts is because a few years ago, in an attempt to kill the post office, conservatives passed a law making it mandatory for USPS to fully fund pensions for 75 years into the future - unlike any business or organization or even the government itself. So USPS is in the unenviable position of being forced to use the profits of today to fund pensions of people who haven't even been born yet. I don't see how they ever climb out of that hole. I think that was the intent of that law.