Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Event Update For 2021-05-04

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

2021-05-04 - Underground fire breaks out near the Bokaro River in Bokaro District (India):

Quote: "An underground fire erupted due to unidentified causes near villages in Badkagada area under Tilaiya panchayat in Gomia block of Bokaro district on Tuesday. The place of occurrence is close to the Bokaro river on the foothills of Luggu Hills."

Quote: "Experts believe the fire was a result of the presence of methane gas since the area has huge coal reserves. Villagers said that till date such an incident has never happened in Tilaiya but a few years ago it had happened in Laiyo (Ramgarh) on the other side of the river when fire raged for five days."

2021-05-04 - RV bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on I-15 in the Cajon Pass (California):

Quote: "Flames from an RV fire on the northbound 15 freeway spread to nearby vegetation, sparking a brush fire Tuesday afternoon in the Cajon Pass."

Note: This is the 150th RV to burn in 2021...

2021-05-04 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, along I-80 in Solano County (California):

2021-05-04 - Vehicle bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, on Highway 154 near coastal Goleta (California):

Note: So this is at least the THIRD brush fire ignited by a vehicle bursting into flame in California on this day alone. Good luck this summer, California!

2021-05-04 - Sea-level rise from Antarctica's melting ice sheet could be 30% higher than previously estimated:

2021-05-04 - More than 100 turtles found dead along the Minnesota River at Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge (Minnesota):

Quote: "The turtles were discovered both in the water and on the riverbank along a half-mile stretch of the Minnesota River. Staff at the refuge believe 100-200 turtles may have died, though Shaw noted they are still collecting specimens, so the final count might change. So far, they have discovered both painted and snapping turtles among the dead, but because the investigation is in progress, they may discover more species. What killed the turtles isn't yet clear."

2021-05-04 - Hundreds of tons of fish bubble up dead in Lake Qaraoun (Lebanon):

2021-05-04 - Mobile home heavily damaged by carport explosion and fire on White Creek Country Estates in Solon Township (Michigan), 1 injured:

2021-05-04 - Home explodes and burns in Willesborough (Britain), 7 injured:

Note: These are the 49th and 50th residential explosions in 2021...

2021-05-04 - Cargo ship damaged by explosion and fire off the coastal Chile:

Quote: "The ship suffered fire and explosion early May 2, assumedly in a cargo hold. She’s heading for Talcahuano Chile, ETA May 6. As of 1230 UTC May 5, she was sailing at some 13.5 knots speed NW of Puerto Montt, Chile."

2021-05-04 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Seeb (Oman), 4 injured:

Note: These are the 244th and 245th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-15 in Fontana (California):

Quote: "Traffic was heavily impacted on the Interstate 15 Freeway in northwestern Fontana because a big rig was on fire on the afternoon of May 4. The tractor/trailer burst into flames, causing some of the lanes on both sides of the freeway to be blocked for a period of time near Duncan Canyon Road."

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on State Route 17 near Mesa (Washington):

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-35 near Troy (Texas):

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 80 in Calloway County (Kentucky):

Quote: "No one was injured Tuesday afternoon when a semi tractor trailer suddenly burst into flames in eastern Calloway County."

2021-05-04 - Tractor bursts into flame near New York Mills (Minnesota):

2021-05-04 - Tractor bursts into flame on the B705 between Auchinleck and Catrine (Britain):

Note: These are the 1025th, 1026th, 1027th, 1028th, 1029th and 1030th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-04 - Heavy truck bursts into flame at welding plant in Coolidge (Arizona):

2021-05-04 - RV destroyed by fire at 4:17 AM while parked at RV park near the Columbia River in Irrigon (Oregon):

Quote: "A fire destroyed one RV and damaged another at Green Acres RV Park in Irrigon early Tuesday, May 4, according to Boardman Fire Chief Mike Hughes."

Note: This is the 151st RV to burn in 2021...

2021-05-04 - Lamborghini bursts into flame while parked near South Campbell Avenue in Springfield (Missouri):

2021-05-04 - Car bursts into flame at 6:56 AM on the M6 near Lymm (Britain):

2021-05-04 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at RV park in St. George (Utah), dog killed, nobody there:

2021-05-04 - Several vehicles, farm equipment and barn go up in flames in the Town of Sweden (New York):

Quote: "Several vehicles and some farm equipment was damaged in a barn fire in the town of Sweden Tuesday, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office."

2021-05-04 - Auto shop heavily damaged by fire on William Penn Avenue in East Taylor Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-05-04 - Barn and farm equipment destroyed by fire in Brockport (New York):

2021-05-04 - Barn destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM on Ash Road in Madison Township (Indiana):

2021-05-04 - Playground equipment manufacturing business heavily damaged by fire near Lewisburg (Pennsylvania):

2021-05-04 - Mobile home destroyed by fire just after 3 AM in Cedar Falls (Iowa), nobody there:

2021-05-04 - Home damaged by garage fire on Icarus Court in Sacramento (California):

2021-05-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Olive Avenue in Peoria (Arizona), 2 injured:

2021-05-04 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Baldwin Road in Chesterfield County (Virginia):

2021-05-04 - Home destroyed by fire on Stoddard Street in Missoula (Montana), 2 dogs killed:

2021-05-04 - Home destroyed by fire at 11:20 PM on Borough Road in Pembroke (New Hampshire), 2 injured:

2021-05-04 - Apartment building under construction heavily damaged by fire near Lake Merritt in coastal Oakland (California):

2021-05-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on West 7th Street in Upland (California):

2021-05-04 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on 11th Street in West Des Moines (Iowa):

2021-05-04 - Deadly fire burns home on Fairway Gardens Drive in Hurricane (West Virginia), 1 killed:

2021-05-04 - Deadly fire destroys home on Mayfair Drive in Appleton (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

2021-05-04 - Couple in their 30s or 40s found dead at hotel in Harrogate (Britain):

2021-05-04 - Man, 31, drops dead at hotel in the Center City area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Police say the 31-year-old was found unresponsive on the bed by hotel staff around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. He was pronounced dead at 7:45 p.m. Police say there were no signs of trauma or narcotics use."

2021-05-04 - Man, 33, found dead in the Susquehanna River in East Donegal Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Police said a kayaker discovered the body around 12:22 p.m. along the shore near Riverfront Park in East Donegal Township. The body was the second to be discovered in the Susquehanna River in two days. Authorities said the body of 32-year-old Ashley Taylor, of Newport, was found Monday morning at the York Haven hydroelectric plant."

2021-05-04 - Man slumps over dead in car at Walmart in Hartselle (Alabama):

2021-05-04 - Man, 32, found dead on beach in coastal Encinitas (California):

2021-05-04 - Man found dead in the Maumee River in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2021-05-04 - Man found dead in submerged car in Wolf Lake near Hammond (Indiana):

2021-05-04 - Man, 55, drops dead along South Walnut Street in Bloomington (Indiana):

2021-05-04 - Man drops dead near the entrance of the Upper SC State Fairgrounds in Pickens County (South Carolina):

2021-05-04 - Person found dead in submerged car in the South Fork of the Clearwater River near Kooskia (Idaho):

2021-05-04 - Person dies while diving off coastal Little Barrier Island (New Zealand):

2021-05-04 - Swiss diplomat, woman, 51 or 52, falls off apartment building and dies, in Tehran (Iran), possible toppler:

2021-05-04 - Boy, 13, dies in watery trench in East Coast Demerara (Guyana):

2021-05-04 - Man, 35, found dead in pond in Chandi (India):

2021-05-04 - Small plane crashes into home in Hattiesburg (Mississippi), 4 killed:

2021-05-04 - School bus overturns on County Home Road in Bronson (Iowa), 1 injured:

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 78 in Dorchester County (South Carolina):

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on South Lee Street in Sumter County (Georgia):

2021-05-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-83 near Lemoyne (Pennsylvania):

2021-05-04 - SUV crashes into parked car and fence, bursts into flame, in Landover (Maryland), 1 killed:

2021-05-04 - Car veers off road, crashes into trees, in coastal North Kingstown (Rhode Island), 1 injured:

2021-05-04 - Car crashes into canal, bursts into flame, in Peoria (Arizona), 1 injured:

2021-05-04 - Naked man runs down road, gets hit by pickup truck and killed, near Heartland (Texas):

Quote: "A naked man running on Farm-to-Market (FM) 741 near Heartland was fatally struck by a vehicle on Tuesday night."

2021-05-04 - Bear attacks and kills man near Calgary (Canada):

2021-05-04 - Woman in her 40s has 'medical episode' on Lancaster Road in coastal Morecambe (Britain):

2021-05-04 - FAA warns of spike in unruly, dangerous passenger behavior:

2021-05-04 - Skyrocketing lumber prices have increased the average price of a new home by $35,872:


  1. Tumultuous Thursday Jonny, everyone.

    Yeah PA is steppin' it up lately. i agree with your CA prediction.

    Locust swarms from Middle East may reach Turkey, expert warns

    Swarms of locusts that invaded the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, and Syria, may reach Turkey next if the country does not take action, an expert warned on April 30, 2021. As of May 3, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said unusually strong southerly winds carried mature adult swarms to the Middle East countries and nearly reached Turkey.[more]

    [recall the huge DoD transfer of IP space]
    Dark Journalist X State Of The Union: UFOs COG & The DOD AS8003 MYSTERY

    The situation with Global Resource Systems LLC and the DoD IP space is extremely bizarre [history of GRS LLC listed, follows principal]

    In 2011, Packet Forensics and Saulino, its spokesman, were featured in a Wired story because the company was selling an appliance to government agencies and law enforcement that let them spy on people’s web browsing using forged security certificates.

    Deepening the mystery is Global Resource Systems’ name. It is identical to that of a firm that independent internet fraud researcher Ron Guilmette says was sending out email spam using the very same internet routing identifier. It shut down more than a decade ago. All that differs is the type of company. This one’s a limited liability corporation. The other was a corporation. Both used the same street address in Plantation, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale.

    Cryptogon March 25th, 2010: Governments Using Forged SSL Certificates for Man in the Middle Attack on “Secure” Web Sessions

    So, we have this long established black world entity, operating out of Florida, getting control of a massive DoD IP space.

    As weird as I thought this was, maybe it’s even weirder… [~ 104 min. Dark Journalist video]

    U.S. Birth and Fertility Rates in 2020 Dropped to Another Record Low

    This is at the end of the piece:

    Some experts say that a decline in birth rates could represent a lack of vital resources like housing and food among those demographics, with correlations between the rise in unemployment rates and the decline in birth rates.

    COVID mission accomplished??? [more]

    [see 2nd comment]

  2. Pfizer Expects Vaccine Will Be "Durable Revenue Stream" As It Seeks Approval For Children 2 To 11

    Yesterday, Pfizer released a strong earnings report (surpassing Wall Street’s elevated projections), and also revealed that it’s both on the cusp of securing regulatory approval in the US for minors between the ages of 12 and 15 to receive the vaccine (setting off another wave of demand as the Biden Administration heaps pressure on states to get their vaccination numbers up).

    During a call with analysts and reporters, CEO Albert Bourla revealed that Pfizer is in talks with “basically all the governments of the world” about providing shots and booster shots through 2024.
    [more; RESIST!]

    Are these clouds normal or signs of the Endtimes?

    Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for may 5, 2021 [here are some of the stories]

    Strange Sound of Antarctic ice boreholes

    Woman gives birth to 9 babies

    What's the minimum number of people needed to survive an apocalypse

    Inflation risk intensifies with supply shortages multiplying… And prices soaring

    The world's heaviest moth is so big it can't fly properly [more]

    What Will You Do When Inflation Forces U.S. Households To Spend 40 Percent Of Their Incomes On Food?

    Did you know that the price of corn has risen 142 percent in the last 12 months? Of course corn is used in hundreds of different products we buy at the grocery store, and so everyone is going to feel the pain of this price increase. But it isn’t just the price of corn that is going crazy. We are seeing food prices shoot up dramatically all across the industry, and experts are warning that this is just the very beginning. So if you think that food prices are bad now, just wait, because they are going to get a whole lot worse.

    This is what the beginning stages of hyperinflation look like, but Federal Reserve officials insist that we have nothing to be concerned about. [more]

    [3rd piece awaits]

  3. New Report Sheds Light on Vaccine Doomsday Cult

    "The risk-benefit calculus is therefore clear: the experimental vaccines are needless, ineffective and dangerous. Actors authorizing, coercing or administering experimental COVID-19 vaccination are exposing populations and patients to serious, unnecessary, and unjustified medical risks." Doctors for Covid Ethics, April 29, 2021

    An explosive new study by researchers at the prestigious Salk Institute casts doubt on the current crop of gene-based vaccines that may pose a grave risk to public health. The article, which is titled "The novel coronavirus' spike protein plays additional key role in illness", shows that SARS-CoV-2's "distinctive 'spike' protein".."damages cells, confirming COVID-19 as a primarily vascular disease." While the paper focuses strictly on Covid-related issues, it unavoidably raises questions about the new vaccines that contain billions of spike proteins that could greatly increase the chances of severe illness or death.

    Now there is solid evidence that:

    Covid-19 is primarily a disease of the vascular system (The vascular system, also called the circulatory system, is made up of the vessels that carry blood and lymph through the body.) and not the respiratory system.
    The main culprit is the spike protein. (Spike protein-"a glycoprotein that protrudes from the envelope of some viruses" Merriam-Webster "Like a key in a lock, these spike proteins fuse to receptors on the surface of cells, allowing the virus's genetic code to invade the host cell, take over its machinery and replicate." Bruce Lieberman)

    Simply put, if Covid-19 is primarily a vascular disease and if the main instrument of physical damage is the spike protein, then why are we injecting people with billions of spike proteins?

    Doctor Vladimir Zelenko, who has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his use of hydroxychloroquine in the treatment of COVID-19 patients, had this to say: "Do you understand what this means — — we are are injecting viral genetic code for the spike protein into innocent people and it gets into almost every cell In the body." (Nobel nominee, Zelenko has also been banned from Twitter.)

    "The vaccines are dangerous to both healthy individuals and those with pre-existing chronic disease, for reasons such as the following: risk of lethal and non-lethal disruptions of blood clotting including bleeding disorders, thrombosis in the brain, stroke and heart attack; autoimmune and allergic reactions; antibody-dependent enhancement of disease; and vaccine impurities due to rushed manufacturing and unregulated production standards....

    ...all gene-based vaccines can be expected to cause blood clotting and bleeding disorders.... The vaccines are not safe." ("COVID Vaccines: Necessity, Efficacy and Safety", Doctors for Covid Ethics)
    By injecting proteins into the body that are so similar to the Covid proteins that are wreaking havoc in the vascular system, we could trigger a situation in which the body's immune system attacks its own organs or vascular system. Which is why the author asks: Are We on the Verge of a 'Super-Epidemic' of Autoimmune Diseases?[more]

    [4th selection below]

  4. Evacuations and rescues after storm triggers floods in Western Cape, South Africa [video]

    10 killed in flash floods across Iran [2 videos included]

    Lost Pacific grey whale spotted in French Mediterranean

    A grey whale that has strayed far from the Pacific has been spotted for the first time off the French Mediterranean coast. The calf, about 15 months old and 8 metres long, was spotted at the weekend in the port of Bormes-les-Mimosas on the French Riviera.

    The whale calf had already been seen off Morocco in early March and more recently Italy, from Naples, Rome and Genoa.

    It has strayed into the Mediterranean Sea, from which it is trying to return to its natural habitat in the North Pacific. [more; video]

    Giant sequoia still smoldering from 2020 California wildfire

    A giant sequoia has been found smoldering and smoking in a part of Sequoia National Park that burned in one of California's huge wildfires last year, the National Park Service said Wednesday.[more]

    Controversial mining operation ignoring orders to halt

    A Tennessee gravel and sand mining operator has been ignoring a cease and desist letter for months, and opponents say its continued construction on the banks of North America's most biodiverse river may already be harming wildlife. [more]

    [from DUH news]
    Climate change will be disastrous even after latest world pledges, report finds

    The recent pledges made by world governments to limit carbon emissions will not be sufficient to meet the goal of keeping global temperatures from rising above 1.5 degrees Celsius, a new report concluded. Instead, those nonbinding commitments will result in a rise in the average global temperature to a potentially catastrophic 2.4 degrees Celsius. [more; more like 10 C]

    [from It's About Time! news]
    Happy the elephant gets her day in court

    This represents the first time the highest court in any English-speaking jurisdiction will hear such a case brought on behalf of a nonhuman animal, and could represent a landmark moment for both animal rights and zoos.

    Extending rights long reserved for humans to animals would be a new legal frontier, but the more scientists learn about animal cognition, the sharper that question will become. [more]

    [People in general are clueless slobs devoid of feeling anything but personal emotions and care nothing about anyone or anything else]

    [part V next]

  5. Train splits big rig in half during collision in Texas. Take a look at the aftermath

    The truck was on railroad tracks Wednesday in Richmond when the train smashed through the trailer hauling cases of water bottles, police say.

    A Richmond police officer captured video of the train crashing into the truck that was stuck on the tracks, KHOU reported. A photo shows water bottles and the side of the trailer lodged on the train engine.

    No one was injured in the collision, police say. [more]

    Burning natural gas is now more dangerous than coal in Illinois, study shows

    Pollution from natural gas is now responsible for more deaths and greater health costs than coal in Illinois, according to a new study highlighting another hazard of burning fossil fuels that are scrambling the planet’s climate.

    About half the deaths from soot exposure that year can be attributed to the state’s reliance on gas to heat homes and businesses, the study found. Coal is more deadly only when used to generate electricity. [more; so much for 0 carbon goal]

    Cleaner ‘Bridge’ Fuels Are Killing Up To 46,000 Americans Per Year, Study Shows

    Burning natural gas and wood instead of coal was supposed to be a bridge to a safer future, where heat and electricity came from sources that didn’t generate as much pollution.

    But new research suggests the alternative fuels are less of a bridge and more of a staircase. [more; which we knew all along]

    [here we go again]
    Zimbabwe is selling the right to shoot as many as 500 elephants

    A recent announcement that Zimbabwe’s wildlife agency plans to sell the right to shoot 500 elephants this year has revived a bitter debate over the role of hunting in the country’s public parks, which are reeling from a loss of tourism revenue during the coronavirus pandemic. [more; the animals have no say - why not shoot 500 politicians there?]

    [6th batch upcoming]

  6. Hiker uses beach ball as a shield against a black bear in Alaskan wilderness

    A man was hiking with his wife and friends in Alaska last week when they encountered a black bear and used a beach ball as a shield.

    “I turned around, and it was about two feet away,” he said, Craig Medred reported. “He never looked at me. I just kept putting the ball in his face.”

    Green kept using the beach ball “as a buffer” for two minutes before Regina grabbed the bear mace from her backpack and handed it to Green, who sprayed the bear, according to the publication. The bear left after that. [more]

    [misleading headline of the day]
    American drivers are saving the corn ethanol industry–for now

    In late April, 2020, as the pandemic descended on the US, demand for gasoline crashed to historic lows. Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), the agricultural commodities giant, decided to idle two of the country’s biggest plants producing corn-based ethanol mixed into oil-based fuels to reduce their carbon intensity. ADM’s chief biofuels rival, POET Inc., also shut down several plants. Overall, the bio-fuel accounts for about 10% of every gallon of gas pumped in the US. [which RUINS engines, but as long as ADM makes money, hey . ..]

    Between April 1 and May 4, the price of corn jumped 28% to $7.30 per bushel, the biggest monthly gain in a decade.

    both farmers and the ethanol industry face new near-term risks. For the former, there’s a good chance that prices for farm hardware, inputs like fertilizer, and land rents will all jump over the next year. That’s what happened in 2011 and 2012 the last time corn prices were in the range they are now, Blohm said. Corn ethanol, meanwhile, faces competition from advanced biofuels from waste, algae, grass, and other inputs that use less land (and therefore have an even lower carbon footprint), as well as from the accelerating transition to electric vehicles. [more; it all adds up to nothing being done about pollution and environmental health]

    Pfizer, Moderna shares plummet after Biden administration backs a COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver

    The United States will advocate for waiving COVID-19 vaccine patent protections in discussions with the World Trade Organization, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced Wednesday.

    The Biden administration "believes strongly in intellectual property protections," Tai said in a statement, but the White House will back the waiver given the "extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic." The administration has faced pressure to support the measure, which is aimed at increasing vaccinations around the world — especially in countries experiencing a surge in infections, like India [which didn't have the problems it has now due to VACCINATION] — without having to rely solely on exports. [more]