Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Event Update For 2021-05-11

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

2021-05-11 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame in Chelmsford (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters were called to a fire in a metal recycling building in Chelmsford this morning (Tuesday 11 May)."

2021-05-11 - Oil tank battery goes up in flames on Buck Jackson Road near Carlsbad (New Mexico):

2021-05-11 - Wildfire grows to 4,421 acres near Crown King (Arizona):

2021-05-11 - Brush fire breaks out along I-15 in the Cajon Pass (California):

2021-05-11 - Firefighting helicopter explodes into flame then plunges into Erhai Lake (China), 4 killed:

Note: This is the 19th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-11 - Coral reefs could stop growing in 10 years unless greenhouse gases are significantly reduced, new study says:

Note: There is ZERO chance that greenhouse gases will be reduced at all, much less significantly. We may reduce how much we're ADDING to them, but we will still be adding to them, which means they will not only not be reduced, there will be more greenhouse gases in the atmosphere in 10 years than there are today...

2021-05-11 - Deepwater Pacific Football Fish washes up dead in coastal Laguna Beach (California):

Note: A lot of bottom-dwellers and deepwater species have been washing up dead around the world in recent years. In 2002, marine life started fleeing the depths off the coast of the Pacific Northwest. That was a decade or more before hydrogen sulfide began killing off plants along the shores of the Salish Sea in that area. The hydrogen sulfide problem begins in the depths, so it's killing off deep sea life first. This fish may have been fleeing from hydrogen sulfide in the depths. It's extraordinarily rare to see one of these fish at all, much less fully intact like this. It looks in great shape, aside from being dead, much like a lot of the people that have been dropping dead in recent times.

Eventually hydrogen sulfide will belch regularly from the oceans and wipe out life on land too, just as has happened in Earth's past in previous extinction events. That's probably already begun, with the unknown foul odor that hit Santa Monica some years ago (blamed on a naturally-occurring methane release which was obviously a lie since methane is odorless), a cloud of unknown poison gas that sent thousands of people fleeing their homes puking in the middle of the night in coastal Rayong (Thailand), several incidents of unknown poison gas hitting beachgoers in Britain, hydrogen sulfide killing people and animals on the coast in France, unknown rotten egg odors evacuating schools or hitting passenger planes randomly, and so on.

The warmer the oceans become, the sooner they will gush hydrogen sulfide into the atmosphere and wipe us out. The oceans are absorbing about five Hiroshima-sized atomic bombs worth of heat per SECOND now. Hundreds of 'dead zones' are spreading across the oceans as the oceans lose oxygen from rising oceanic heat. Marine heatwaves are increasing in both frequency and intensity and devastating sea life. The sand in humanity's hourglass is running out...

2021-05-11 - Fishing boat bursts into flame while docked in coastal Port Hardy (Canada):

Note: This is the 263rd boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the National Highway in Nabrangpur (India):

2021-05-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A47 near Tugby (Britain):

Note: These are the 1064th and 1065th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-11 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on United Way in Paulden (Arizona):

2021-05-11 - Delivery truck bursts into flame at home in Sumner (Iowa):

2021-05-11 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on Huntingdon Road in Fen Drayton (Britain):

2021-05-11 - RV bursts into flame off Lexington Street in North Sacramento (California):

Note: This is the 157th RV to burn in 2021...

2021-05-11 - Van bursts into flame on Lovely Lane in Warrington (Britain):

2021-05-11 - SUV bursts into flame on street in Courtenay (Canada):

2021-05-11 - Pickup truck and camper destroyed by fire on I-72 near Decatur (Illinois):

2021-05-11 - Classic car bursts into flame while parked in garage at home in St. George (Utah):

Quote: "The car is what was on fire."

2021-05-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked in garage at home, fire spreads, garage destroyed, in Ely (Minnesota):

Quote: "According to the Northland Fire Wire, a car inside the garage was also destroyed. The Fire Wire said a mechanical problem with the car ignited the flames."

2021-05-11 - Five cars burst into flame in 5 days in coastal Lee County (Florida):

2021-05-11 - Car bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, in Lehigh Acres (Florida):

2021-05-11 - Car bursts into flame on street in Clay County (Florida):

2021-05-11 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 476 north of Darfork (Kentucky):

2021-05-11 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Labuan (Malaysia):

2021-05-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Chubb Road in coastal Bideford (Britain):

2021-05-11 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at home on Remington Street in the Arleta area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2021-05-11 - Barn destroyed by fire at 11 PM in Stratham (New Hampshire), 300 chickens killed:

2021-05-11 - Crematorium damaged by fire on East 6th Street in Corona (California):

2021-05-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Nazing Street in coastal Dorchester (Massachusetts):

2021-05-11 - Home heavily damaged by fire on 191st Street in coastal Sunny Isles Beach (Florida), nobody there:

2021-05-11 - Home destroyed by fire on Greystone Road near Tusculum (Tennessee):

2021-05-11 - Several homes destroyed by fire in Sanford (Florida):

2021-05-11 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Dodds Avenue in East Lake (Tennessee), 2 injured:

2021-05-11 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire at 12:17 AM in Columbia (Tennessee), 3 injured:

2021-05-11 - High-rise apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Maple Avenue near the Katy Trail in Dallas (Texas):

2021-05-11 - Dozens of people found dead in the Ganges River (India):

2021-05-11 - Man has 'medical episode' and drops dead while cooking, fire damages apartment building, in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Quote: "According to preliminary information from Seattle police, the person had a medical episode while cooking. After he passed out, a stove fire grew out of control, setting the rest of the apartment on fire. The deceased male appears to have died from the medical incident, not the fire, according to investigators."

2021-05-11 - Person found dead in the Cherry Creek Spillway near Cherry Creek Reservoir in Arapahoe County (Colorado):

2021-05-11 - Woman, 40, found dead in submerged car in retention pond in Pearland (Texas):

2021-05-11 - College student, man, 22, found dead in the Snake River near Rexburg (Idaho):

2021-05-11 - Man, 58, drops dead along the Richland B&O Trail in Mansfield (Ohio):

2021-05-11 - Man in his 30s found dead on Pelmewash Parkway next to Wood Lake in Lake Country (Canada):

2021-05-11 - Man in his 50s found dead on Kingston Beach in coastal Shoreham (Britain):

2021-05-11 - Woman in her 40s dies after being pulled from canal in Birmingham (Britain):

2021-05-11 - Woman found dead in the River Goyt in Stockport (Britain):

2021-05-11 - Man, 60, has 'medical issue', truck crashes into pole and scrap metal, near Three Rivers (Michigan), 1 killed:

Quote: "A 60-year-old Portage man likely suffered a medical problem before a fatal crash Tuesday, May 11."

2021-05-11 - Man, 64, has 'medical event', SUV crashes into tree, in Wasilla (Alaska), 1 killed:

Quote: "The driver, 64-year-old Wasilla resident Richard Pope had a suspected medical event that caused him to lose control of his vehicle and collide with a tree..."

2021-05-11 - Driver has 'medical issue', car crashes into guardrail, on I-5 near Scotts Valley (Oregon), 1 injured:

Quote: "A medical issue led to a vehicle accident on Interstate Five on Tuesday afternoon."

2021-05-11 - Small plane crashes at airport in Arak (Iran), 2 killed:

2021-05-11 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into overpass, bursts into flame, on I-40 in Putnam County (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2021-05-11 - Tractor trailer overturns on State Route 15 in Silver Lake (Indiana), 1 injured:

2021-05-11 - SUV veers off road at 11:15 PM, crashes into pole and tree, in Southfield (Michigan), 1 killed:

2021-05-11 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Akron (Ohio), 1 killed:

Quote: "Investigators are working to determine if an unknown medical emergency contributed to the crash."

2021-05-11 - Multiple sinkholes open on road in Bolton (Britain):

2021-05-11 - Sinkhole opens on street in Stockport (Britain):

2021-05-11 - Huge crack opens on Mississippi River bridge in Memphis (Tennessee), may take months to repair:

2021-05-11 - Building partially collapses in McPherson (Kansas):

2021-05-11 - Lightning strike kills boy on soccer field in coastal Blackpool (Britain):

2021-05-11 - California declares drought emergency across vast swath of state:

2021-05-11 - Water reservoirs drop to critical levels as Taiwan suffers worst drought on record:

2021-05-11 - Heavy rain and flooding kill 25 people in Somalia:

2021-05-11 - Bright meteor lights up the night sky over Minnesota:

2021-05-11 - After rat population explodes, 1,000 feral cats released, in Chicago (Illinois):

Note: 'Now what are we gonna do about the feral cat population explosion? Wait, I've got an idea, let's release thousands of starving wolves!'

2021-05-11 - Foldable, organic and easily broken down, why DNA is the material of choice for nanorobots:


  1. Totally cool Thursday Jonny and all JJFH readers.

    A fire at a CREMATORIUM?! Best JJFH irony incident in a while!

    JUST IN: Dr. Fauci, Rand Paul clash again: 'You are entirely and completely incorrect' [~ 7.25 min. video]

    End of the road for Geert Vanden Bossche? [~ 5 min. video]

    CDC Changes Rules for Counting Breakthrough Cases, as More Fully Vaccinated People Test Positive

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will report only those breakthrough cases resulting in hospitalization or death. The agency also lowered the testing threshold, but only for the fully vaccinated.

    As more reports surface of breakthrough COVID cases, in and outside the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today said it will change how breakthrough cases are reported, effective May 14.

    According to a statement on the CDC’s website, the agency said to help “maximize the quality of the data collected on cases of greatest clinical and public health importance” it will stop reporting weekly COVID breakthrough infections unless they result in hospitalization or death.

    The news followed another change, announced late last month, in how PCR tests should be administered to the fully vaccinated.

    Both changes will result in lower overall numbers of reports of breakthrough cases in the U.S.

    A breakthrough case is recorded if a person tests positive for SARS-Cov-2 two weeks after receiving the single-dose Johnson & Johnson (J&J) shot or completing the two-dose Moderna or Pfizer vaccination.
    [more; oh they aren't trying to HIDE something, are they?]

    Tropical Storm "Crising" to make landfall over Davao Oriental - Surigao del Sur area, Philippines

    A new tropical storm, named Crising by the PAGASA, formed in the Philippine Sea on May 13, 2021. On the forecast track, Crising will continue moving W or WNW and make landfall over Davao Oriental - Surigao del Sur area between tonight, May 13, and tomorrow morning (LT; UTC+8), May 14. Slight intensification is likely and Crising is forecast to remain a tropical storm prior to landfall. [more]

    3 major reasons why the Super Blood Moon Eclipse on May 26 will be a very big deal

    When is the next full moon? A blood red full ‘supermoon’ full moon – a total lunar eclipse – is coming to North America on May 26, 2021.

    It’s a ‘supermoon,’ the biggest and brightest full Moon of 2021

    The “Super Flower Blood Moon 2021” is a “supermoon.”

    It’s a ‘Blood Moon,’ 2021’s only total lunar eclipse

    You’ve got a 50% chance of seeing it from where you are in North America [more]

    [2nd comment follows]

  2. OMG! Real human remains

    Your daily dose of natural disasters and amazing phenomena for May 12, 2021 [here are some of the stories]

    So many shortages in the US

    There have been 194 mass shootings so far this year

    Prediction: Serious correction in commodities… But it is not time to panic! LOL!…

    Several directed-energy attacks on American soil

    Massive ranch in Montana sells for record price after bidding war… Bill Gates again? [more]

    Two planes collide midair above Denver, no one injured

    Two small airplanes collided in midair Wednesday near Denver, leaving one aircraft nearly ripped in half and forcing the pilot of the other to deploy a parachute attached to the plane to land safely. Remarkably, no one was injured, officials said.

    Both planes were getting ready to land at a small regional airport in a Denver suburb when they collided mid-morning, according to the National Transportation Safety Board and South Metro Fire Rescue.

    “Every one of these pilots needs to go buy a lottery ticket right now,” Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Deputy John Bartmann said. “I don’t remember anything like this — especially everybody walking away. I mean that’s the amazing part of this.” [more; under NTSB investigation]

    Dallas, San Antonio and Oklahoma City to face 'nasty' severe weather

    AccuWeather meteorologists are monitoring the potential for rounds of flooding rainfall and severe weather that are expected to erupt across portions of the Plains this weekend into early next week. After a below-average number of tornadoes in the month of April 2021, conditions are coming together for an active severe weather pattern in mid-May. [more]

    It Took Just A Couple Of Days For Madness To Descend Upon America Once Gas Shortages Began

    The Colonial Pipeline is 5,500 miles long, and it supples approximately half of the gasoline for the east coast. On Wednesday evening, the company finally announced that operations were restarting, but they warned that it is going to take several days for things to “return to normal”…

    But something doesn’t add up here. The pipeline is being restarted, but the company has announced that it has absolutely no plans to pay the ransom to the hackers

    Do the hackers no longer pose a threat to the pipeline?

    I don’t understand.

    Either the pipeline never needed to be shut down in the first place, or the hackers are still in a position to cause major damage if they carry through on their threats.

    Someone needs to explain which of those alternatives is true.

    this just shows us how deeply vulnerable we are. [more; i'm inclined to think that this is an inside job - like all the rest of the bullshit and lies, false flags and "drills" that go "hot" being foisted on us to herd us into compliance with some agenda]

    [see 3rd comment]

  3. Biden urges parents to get children vaccinated after CDC backs Pfizer jab for kids as young as 12

    President Joe Biden is making his push for children to get Covid-19 vaccines, now authorized for kids 12 and older, dismissing their low risk of serious illness in the hope of stopping its spread to more vulnerable age groups.

    Biden noted that there have been about three million Covid-19 cases among US children. But while Americans 17 and under account for around 9% of cases, they make up less than 0.1% of Covid-19 deaths. Children who are infected with the virus don't typically suffer serious illness or death. [more; but they will with the shot - check out Mongolia and India where the vaccine is more often the cause of serious injury and death than without; YOU decide! Wanna play Russian roulette with your children's lives with this unnecessary "vaccine?"]

    Sweden records 30,000 suspected side effects from Covid vaccines, with AstraZeneca's jab linked to more than half of all reports

    According to the Swedish Medical Products Agency, as of last week, the Scandinavian nation had received 31,844 reports of adverse reactions linked to the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines. Sweden is currently offering three variants of the drug. There are currently 2,103 reports of side effects from the Moderna shot, while the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has been associated with 9,117 health issues. But the number of suspected adverse reactions from the two shots seems relatively small when compared to the 19,961 reports linked to AstraZeneca's Vaxzevria.

    The most common side effects for all three drugs were fever and headache. Other reported adverse reactions included nausea, joint pain, and dizziness. [more]

    [4th piece below]

  4. Shallow 6.0 magnitude earthquake recorded off south coast of Panama

    Major shallow magnitude 6.6 earthquake - Mauritius/Reunion Region

    UN says heavy rains kill at least 25 over past week in Somalia

    The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said among the dead include 14 children and seven internally displaced people.

    OCHA said riverine flooding has affected an estimated 25,000 people in 15 villages in Jowhar in Middle Shabelle region, displacing people in eight villages and inundating farms. [more]

    14 killed in flash floods and mudflows in Tajikistan and Afghanistan

    At least 14 people have lost their lives after heavy rain triggered flash flooding and mudslides in Tajikistan and northern areas of neighbouring Afghanistan. This is the second severe flood event to strike in Afghanistan in the past week.

    Tajikistan Committee of Emergency Situations (CoES) reported severe flooding in Districts under Central Government Jurisdiction (RSS) and Khatlon regions from 11 May 2021, causing fatalities and damage to roads, bridges, homes and livestock.

    As of 12 May 2021, at least 8 people had lost their lives, including 7 in Khatlon Region. According to CoES, three people were killed when a mudslide buried a car in Shamsiddin Shohin district of the region, while 3 fatalities were reported in the city of Kulob and 1 in Kushoniyon district, where 4 people were rescued.

    Flooding destroyed a bridge in Danghara District and damaged around 26 homes in Shamsiddin Shohin district. Flood damage was also reported in Yovon District.

    One person was swept away by flood waters in Gissar while attending to livestock. Around 14 homes were damaged by a mudflow in Rasht district. Flood damage was also reported in other districts of RSS, including Sangvor and Varzob, among others. [more; video]

  5. Residents Flee as Flames Rip Through Row Homes in Delaware County

    A fire ripped through a group of connected row homes in Delaware County, sending residents fleeing and flames shooting into the air Thursday morning.

    The blaze erupted on the 1100 block of Thomas Street in Chester.

    Several neighbors also said they heard explosions.

    Fire officials could not immediately say what sparked the blaze.
    [more; incl. ~ 2 min. news video]

    Inmates Murdered Inside Philadelphia Jails Amid Staff Shortages

    Five homicides have occurred in the city’s jails since August. There hadn’t been a killing since 2017 before this recent deadly violence. The city’s head of corrections says hundreds of officers have left since the start of the pandemic. [~ 3.5 min. news video]

    US Budget Deficit Hits Record $1.9 Trillion So Far This Year

    The deficit is over $400 billion higher than at the same point last year [more]

    [this supposed "hack" is so suspicious]
    Biden Signs Executive Order to Strengthen US Cybersecurity Defenses After Colonial Pipeline Hack

    President Joe Biden's executive order comes as Colonial Pipeline continues to grapple with a crippling ransomware attack.
    The attack has led to widespread fuel shortages along the East Coast and prompted an "all-of-government response" from the Biden administration.
    Last year, software from the IT company SolarWinds was breached. Hackers gained access to communications and data in several government agencies. [more; so they say]

    [2nd bunch awaits]

  6. Philadelphia Lifting All COVID Limits – Except Masking – on June 11

    After more than a year of coronavirus-related capacity limits and other restrictions, Philadelphia is one month away from lifting virus-related limitations, except for [the useless, stupid] wearing face masks [to let you know they're still in control].

    The relaxing of rules means that the Phillies could fill up Citizens Bank Park with fans for the June 12 game against the New York Yankees and that the 11 p.m. curfew on dining will no longer be in effect that weekend moving forward. [more; i won't wear a mask anymore]

    [so you're in a stadium surrounded by other people, MOST of whom will NOT be wearing masks so they can eat their hot dogs and drink their beer while screaming at the umpire; what's the difference whether you wear it or not? It's the same fucking air as always!]

    [a word from a guy who sounds a lot like me when i get wound up]
    Ticked Off Vic: A Message to the Government [~ 5 min. video]

    Severe floods displace thousands across Kenya [2 videos included]

    Hundreds homeless after landslide in Rwanda

    Hundreds of people have been forced from their homes in Rwanda's Western Province after heavy rain triggered a landslide in Nyamasheke district.

    The landslide struck on 09 May 2021 following a period of heavy rainfall. Over 100 homes were damaged, with 39 reportedly completely destroyed. Officials of Western Province Government said 631 people from 117 families were displaced as a result. [more; video]

    ‘Completely inappropriate’: Top scientists denounce Big Pharma for implying annual Covid booster shots are crucial

    More than a dozen influential infectious disease and vaccine experts say the first round of jabs may offer enough protection against Covid-19, refuting Big Pharma’s claims that regular shots will “likely” be needed.

    “There is zero, and I mean zero, evidence to suggest that that is the case,” Dr. Tom Frieden, former director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told Reuters. Frieden now leads the global public health initiative Resolve to Save Lives. He went on to say that it was “completely inappropriate” to state that people would need an annual booster, “because we have no idea what the likelihood of that is.” [more; FINALLY we get some push-back to the INSANITY]

    More than a quarter of EU adults reluctant to get Covid vaccine, survey finds

    Vaccine hesitancy rates in the EU are raising alarms, after a survey found that 27% of adults across the bloc said they’d be unlikely to accept a Covid-19 jab, amid a “failure” to persuade people of its efficacy and safety. [more; you have to be THREATENED to take it!]

    Japanese government sued by South Korean fishers over planned release of Fukushima contaminated water

    Two South Korean fisheries associations have filed a lawsuit, demanding the Japanese government’s compensation over its plan to dump contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the sea. [more; it won't help the fish or other marine life]

    Timber! (E1696) [25.75 min. Keiser Report video]