Friday, May 14, 2021

Event Update For 2021-05-13

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

2021-05-13 - Passenger plane hit by unknown odor, plane makes emergency landing in Lexington (Kentucky):

Quote: "A flight departing from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport bound for Fort Lauderdale had to make an emergency landing Thursday. Allegiant Air flight 1313 left CVG around 11:30 a.m. and was headed to Fort Lauderdale when a flight attendant noticed an odor in the forward cabin."

2021-05-13 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame at 6 AM in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Crews were called to battle a fire at Alter Metal Recycling in Milwaukee. The fire started around 6 a.m. Thursday near South 16th and West Bruce streets on the city's south side."

Quote: "There was a large fire at the same recycling plant back in early April."

2021-05-13 - Scrap buses go up in flames at bus depot, fire spreads to facility, in Lal Darwaza (India):

Quote: "According to an officer of AFES, the fire broke out among scrapped buses and spread to other areas of the depot."

2021-05-13 - Dam rocked by explosion on Lake Hudson in Mayes County (Oklahoma), 2 killed:

2021-05-13 - Electrical plant heavily damaged by fire on coastal Coney Island (New York):

2021-05-13 - Propane plant hit by fire, nearly 10,000 propane tanks burn and explode, in Marshfield (Missouri):

Quote: "Nearly 10,000 small propane tanks caught fire at a Marshfield propane plant Thursday, leading to an explosion that rattled nearby businesses and homes."

2021-05-13 - Pesticide factory explodes and burns in Tamil Nadu (India), 4 killed, 13 injured:

2021-05-13 - EPA's updated climate data show that the effects of global warming are already here:

Quote: "Major U.S. cities average six heat waves a year, three times more than in the '60s. Global concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide are unprecedented. Sea levels rose more than 8 inches along parts of the mid-Atlantic and Gulf coasts between 1960 and 2020. Arctic sea ice extent in September 2020 was more than 900,000 square miles less than the historical 1981–2010 average for that month — a difference three and half times the size of Texas. Ocean heat reached its highest level in recorded history last year.

Note: So Arctic sea ice coverage has lost 3.5 Texases (Texi?) in area compared to the 1981-2010 average. That is a huge area that's ice-free now, which means that ocean water, much darker than ice, is now absorbing even more heat. And the oceans are the hottest they've ever been in recorded history. Once most or all of the ice is gone, the oceans will heat up rapidly, the dead zones that are even now spreading across the oceans will explode in number and size, and most life in the oceans will die. Then all that dead biomatter will be eaten by ancient anaerobic archaea and bacteria which will turn all that dead biomass into deadly hydrogen sulfide gas and spew it all over the planet, killing off most life, even on land, most especially species that reproduce slowly or which require lots of oxygen, like human beings.

After acid rain and fires have fully inundated the surface of the planet, there will be little or no evidence left that human beings were ever here at all. For our hubris in thinking that we could do whatever we wanted to this planet without consequence, the consequence will be that we will be erased. Warnings have been given by many people many times over the decades that this would not end well. Now it's too late. Death will have his day...

2021-05-13 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Quinsigamond (Massachusetts):

Note: This is the 267th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-13 - Tanker truck bursts into flame while parked at business in Palghar (India):

2021-05-13 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at 1:32 AM on the A1(M) near Boroughbridge (Britain):

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 36 near Macon (Missouri):

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-57 near Rantoul (Illinois):

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 70 in Waurika (Oklahoma):

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A553 in coastal Widnes (Britain):

Note: These are the 1072nd, 1073rd, 1074th, 1075th, 1076th and 1077th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-05-13 - Street sweeper truck bursts into flame on Grane Road in Haslingden (Britain):

2021-05-13 - Truck bursts into flame at gas station in South Bend (Indiana):

2021-05-13 - Minibus bursts into flame near Withleigh (Britain):

2021-05-13 - SUV bursts into flame near gas station in Eau Claire (Wisconsin):

2021-05-13 - Car bursts into flame, fire spreads to building, on Tidewater Avenue in coastal Alameda (California):

Quote: "Crews are battling a fire on Tidewater Avenue in an industrial area just west of Interstate 880 in Alameda. This appears to have started as a car fire."

2021-05-13 - Car bursts into flame just before 1 AM on Highway 65 near Trenton (Missouri):

2021-05-13 - Car bursts into flame on I-680 in Boardman (Ohio):

2021-05-13 - Car bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in South Amboy (New Jersey):

2021-05-13 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 near Reigate (Britain):

2021-05-13 - Car bursts into flame at 3:05 AM on Connaught Road in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Connaught Road, Scunthorpe. Thu 13 May 2021 03:05 (No:008713) Car fire. Two hose reels, two BA., in use."

2021-05-13 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Bickley Lane in Malpas (Britain):

2021-05-13 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Bridgewater Road in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Bridgewater Road, Scunthorpe. Thu 13 May 2021 18:32 (No:008779) Fire involving one motorcycle. Extinguished by Fire Service using Scotty Back Pack to cool down."

2021-05-13 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3:14 AM in Petersburg (Nebraska), 10,000 pigs killed:

2021-05-13 - Barn destroyed by fire on Johnson Avenue in Turlock (California):

2021-05-13 - Restaurant destroyed by fire in Leon Springs (Texas):

2021-05-13 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Black Tom Road in Berkeley County near Whitesville (South Carolina):

2021-05-13 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3:52 AM on Wolf Trail in Conway (South Carolina):

2021-05-13 - Home heavily damaged by fire on East Bayview Avenue in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2021-05-13 - Home heavily damaged by fire on State Street in East Petersburg Borough (Pennsylvania)

2021-05-13 - Four homes go up in flames just after 4:30 AM on Thomas Street in Chester (Pennsylvania):

2021-05-13 - Apartment building damaged by fire on Old Brook Broad in Richmond (Virginia):

2021-05-13 - Deadly fire destroys pickup truck and home, damages three more homes, in Roanoke (Virginia), 1 killed:

2021-05-13 - 18 elephants found dead in Assam (India):

Quote: "Forest officials and a local lawmaker, Jitu Goswami, told Agence France-Presse they believed the elephants died after lightning struck the forest. But Soumyadeep Datta, a prominent conservationist with the environmental activist group Nature’s Beckon, said that was unlikely, based on images shared on social media."

2021-05-13 - High school junior goes into cardiac arrest at home and dies in coastal Newport (Oregon):

Quote: "A junior at Newport High School was taken off life support and died Thursday after being transported by ambulance to a Portland hospital after her heart stopped the day before at home."

2021-05-13 - Man in his 60s slumps over dead on subway train in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Quote: "He was slumped over in a seat at the time, police said. EMS responded and pronounced the man dead on scene, authorities said. Police said the man had no apparent signs of trauma."

2021-05-13 - Man in his 50s drops dead near Library Park in Manteca (California):

2021-05-13 - Man, 39, has 'medical emergency' and drops dead at jail in Palmer (Alaska):

Quote: "An unsentenced inmate was pronounced dead Thursday after he suffered a medical emergency in his cell at the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility in Palmer, according to the Alaska Department of Corrections."

2021-05-13 - Person found dead at Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area RV Park near Fort Sill (Oklahoma):

2021-05-13 - Man, 35, found dead in the Fox River Canal in Menasha (Wisconsin):

2021-05-13 - Man found dead in Pontoosuc Lake in Pittsfield (Massachusetts):

2021-05-13 - Man, 37, found dead in the Willamette River in Portland (Oregon):

2021-05-13 - Man has 'medical event', topples into the water and dies, at marina in coastal Langley (Canada):

Quote: "Police say the man suffered a medical event and fell into the water..."

2021-05-13 - Man found dead in pond in Sonarpada (India):

2021-05-13 - Man loses consciousness, van crashes into wall, bursts into flame, on I-65 in Brentwood (Tennessee), 2 injured:

Quote: "'Single car accidents are usually medical issues. He passed out. He has no recollection of the event,' said Dr. Andershock."

2021-05-13 - Driver has 'medical emergency', SUV crashes into home, in Broomall (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

Quote: "The Broomall Fire Company said the crash may have been the result of the driver suffering a medical emergency."

2021-05-13 - Man has 'medical event', car crashes through fence at school, in Fort Collins (Colorado):

Quote: "The male driver had suffered a medical event while operating his vehicle, at which time his vehicle left the road, hit a fence, and came to a stop on school property of Shepardson Elementary, part of the Poudre School District."

2021-05-13 - Man, 49, has 'medical emergency', car crashes into pole, in Rome (New York), 1 injured:,115062

Quote: "A medical emergency behind the wheel on West Thomas Street sent a 49-year-old man to the hospital Thursday afternoon."

2021-05-13 - Small plane makes emergency crash-landing on I-355 near New Lenox (Illinois), engine failure, 4 injured:

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes down embankment, bursts into flame, on I-8 in Pine Valley (California), 2 killed:

Quote: "An unidentified man behind the wheel of the big rig veered off the north side of the roadway, hit a bridge rail and the vehicle traveled down a dirt embankment, Garrow said. Upon impact, the big rig burst into flames with the driver trapped inside."

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer overturns at 6:30 AM on I-77 near Princeton (West Virginia), 2 injured:

2021-05-13 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-295 in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), two other crashes too:

2021-05-13 - Delivery truck overturns in Wilmington (Delaware), 1 killed:

2021-05-13 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Akron (Ohio), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police say the crash may have been the result of a medical emergency, and they are still investigating what led up to it."

2021-05-13 - Car veers off road, crashes into mobile home, bursts into flame, in St. Cloud (Minnesota):

2021-05-13 - Landslide hits 100+ homes in Rwanda, hundreds homeless:

2021-05-13 - Landslide collapses building in Devprayag (India):

2021-05-13 - Sinkhole opens on street in Bellevue (Pennsylvania):

2021-05-13 - Sinkhole opens on street in Abilene (Texas):

2021-05-13 - Child has 'medical emergency' at home in coastal Naples (Florida):

Quote: "Law enforcement arrived to the 2600 block of 52nd Terrace Southwest where there was a medical emergency involving a juvenile."

2021-05-13 - Man, 53, goes hunting, goes into cardiac arrest, in Tuscola County (Michigan):

Quote: "A 53-year-old hunter is expected to make a full recovery after Michigan State Police rescued him from a remote area of Tuscola County and helped him breathe again after he went into cardiac arrest Tuesday."

2021-05-13 - Volcano Sinabung erupts in Indonesia:

2021-05-13 - Magnitude 6.0 earthquake strikes off the coast of Panama:

2021-05-13 - Heavy rain and flooding displace thousands across Kenya:

2021-05-13 - Tropical Storm Crising to make landfall over Davao Oriental (Philippine Islands):


  1. Secret Saturday Jonny, all.

    It's very hard to determine the truth these days. Competing narratives claiming one thing or another arise every day now. The Russian pipeline hack is now being thought to be a CIA op in cooperation with China according to Kaspersky. We in the "conspiracy theory" camp believe that the collapse of our once thriving economy is due to the deep state. They weren't joking when they started talking about the "Great Reset" and are engineering our downfall and demise. From weather manipulation to the plandemic to the political chicanery - it's all according to their agenda and will be attacking the citizenry on multiple fronts going forward.

    Central to their plan seems to be steady media instigation of race trouble to distract from all the other things they're doing that AREN'T being spoken about. The open southern border problem gets worse by the day, food prices along with many other staples of our economy are being jacked up (artificially - for example, there is no lumber shortage) so that they are out of range of the average citizen. Gas prices have shot up considerably, jobs that are now available don't pay enough to bother with for low wage workers, crime is spiking as many police forces are being under funded, water shortages are HERE now too - the MOST essential need of living beings (after oxygen - which is becoming as toxic as the oceans).

    The next five years will be critical. Unless the citizenry come together, revolt en mass and depose ALL the political leaders AND take over ALL corporations - with or without the help of the police and military (anyone standing in the way will be killed), we're done as a nation. We have to go after the HEADS of all the financial institutions and take down the system, which is working AGAINST us.
    [don't get excited, it's just my opinion]

    Two giant cracks in the ground close down highway in Mexico and fissure buildings around [what? who writes this crap?] [1 video]

    Two huge cracks are fissuring the ground in Guadalajara.

    The fissures extend from the Sayula lagoon to the Guadalajar-Colima Freeway.

    Officials have closed the highway near km 58 between the Sayula section to Usmajac.

    The earth cracks appeared on May 10, 2021 morning.

    it could be the result of a hydro-geologic failure [more; tweets]

    The Ring of Fire is shaking hard: M6.0 earthquake hits off Fukushima, Japan few hours before a M6.6 earthquake sends thousands running for shelters into the streets in Indonesia (videos)

    There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage to property on Friday and no abnormalities were found at the region’s nuclear power facilities, including the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. [more; 3 videos and a tweet]

    [2nd comment awaits]

  2. Destructive tornado rips through Wuhan, killing 8 people and injuring 280 [loads of videos and tweets]

    A destructive tornado ripped through the city of Wuhan, capital of China's Hubei Province, at around 20:39 LT on Friday, May 14, 2021, killing at least 8 people and leaving 280 injured. This is the second extreme weather event to hit the city in just 4 days. Another tornado hit the city of Shengze on May 14, killing 4 people and injuring 149​. [more; no damage to "the LABS?"]

    OSHA Imposes New Guidance For Employer-Required COVID-19 Vaccines

    Contractors criticize mandate to classify adverse reactions as recordable safety incidents

    New guidance from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration is causing contractors to change their COVID-19 vaccine requirements, and many of them criticize the guidance as diametrically opposed to the Biden administration's stated desire to increase vaccinations.

    The question asks whether an employer should record adverse reactions to COVID-19 vaccination if the employer requires the vaccine. OSHA states that if a vaccine is required, then any adverse reaction is considered work-related and therefore it must be recorded. Under OSHA rules, most employers with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses. Recorded injuries and illnesses become part of a contractors safety record.

    In response, several large contractors said they have changed or will change their vaccination policy to only recommend—not require—a vaccine. [more; GREAT! for now, you still have a CHOICE!]

    [here's some more tech poison coming out way]
    The Smallest-Ever Injectable Chip Hints at a New Cybernetic Medicine

    Electronics are getting imperceptibly small, opening new avenues for medical technology to place advanced monitoring and treatment devices inside our bodies. And Columbia University engineers just demonstrated a new and revolutionary version of this, creating the world's smallest single-chip system ever developed, according to a recent study published in the journal Science Advances.

    And, critically, the tiny new chip can be implanted via a hypodermic needle to measure internal body temperature, and potentially much more. [more]

    [see 3rd comment]

  3. Why Are Gates and Pentagon Releasing GMO Mosquitoes in Florida Keys?

    Despite strong resident protests, the US Environmental Protection Agency and Florida agencies have approved controversial release of millions of genetically-modified or “gene edited” killer mosquitoes into the Florida Keyes. At the same time the controversial Presidential Science Adviser nominee of Biden is involved in development of the CRISPR technology being used to genetically modify everything from the mosquitoes to the Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus mRNA “vaccines” to gene-edited salmon. How Bill Gates, the Pentagon and the eugenics lobby come together now is alarming to put it mildly.

    The Pentagon presently has top security bio laboratories in 25 countries across the world funded by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) under a $ 2.1 billion military program– Cooperative Biological Engagement Program (CBEP). They are in former Soviet Union countries such as Georgia and Ukraine, the Middle East, South East Asia and Africa. Among their projects, Phlebotomine sand fly species were collected under the heading, “Surveillance Work on Acute Febrile Illness,” in which all (female) sand flies were tested to determine their infectivity rate. A third project, also including sand flies collection, studied the characteristics of their salivary glands. This is weaponization research.

    The controversial person picked by the Biden Administration to become the first Cabinet-level science advisor, Eric Lander, came from the MIT-Harvard Broad Institute. Lander is a specialist in gene drive and gene editing technologies and played a major role in the flawed US Human Genome Project. This is not the kind of science we need to be supporting. It is rather part of what is obviously a larger eugenics agenda and Bill Gates is again playing a key role. [more; and we just sit by and watch as they do whatever they want!]
    [this is most likely bullshit, like all the "space" stuff]
    UPDATE 4-China completes historic Mars spacecraft landing

    An uncrewed Chinese spacecraft successfully landed on the surface of Mars on Saturday, state news agency Xinhua reported, making China the second space-faring nation after the United States to land on the Red Planet. [more; pfff - nobody landed on Mars]

    Cyclonic Storm Tauktae forms off the coast of COVID-ravaged India

    The first Arabian Sea cyclonic storm of 2021 formed on Saturday morning, local time, and AccuWeather forecasters warn that it could bring detrimental impacts to India [more]

    Scuba divers begin 6-month effort to rid Lake Tahoe of trash

    [while NOT finding and eliminating the SOURCE, it's not gonna work]

    A team of scuba divers on Friday completed the first dive of a massive, six-month effort to rid the popular Lake Tahoe of fishing rods, tires, aluminum cans, beer bottles and other trash accumulating underwater.

    The team of between five and 10 divers plans to look for trash along the entire 72 miles (115 kilometers) of shoreline and dig it out in an endeavor that could be the largest trash cleanup in Lake Tahoe’s history, said Colin West, a diver and filmmaker who founded Clean Up the Lake, the nonprofit spearheading the project.

    They plan to dive three days a week down to 25 feet (7 meters) in depth. The clean-up effort will cost $250,000 — money the nonprofit has collected through grants — and will last through November.[more]

    [4th comment below]

  4. EPA issues emergency order to stop odor that residents near NC-SC line say sickens them

    Federal environmental officials on Thursday issued an emergency order against a South Carolina pulp and paper mill to stop an odor that’s sickened residents in the Carolinas for many months, including Rock Hill and parts of south Charlotte.

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ordered New-Indy Containerboard of Catawba, S.C. — which is just southeast of Rock Hill — to immediately lower hydrogen sulfide emissions and monitor the air in communities surrounding the plant, according to an EPA news release. [more; hey, we're just helping out Mother Nature!]

    Exclusive: Russian climate envoy calls race to tighten emissions targets "unreasonable"

    Russia's climate envoy described a recent global trend towards ambitious new targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as an "unreasonable race", saying Moscow would focus on the commitments it has made so far.

    In written responses to questions from Reuters, Ruslan Edelgeriyev also criticised proposals by the European Union to impose carbon taxes on imports, which he characterised as unfairly benefiting a small number of countries.

    "Setting new targets every year for a few percent of additional emissions reductions not only raises questions about feasibility, but also pushes the whole world into an unreasonable race for numbers, diverting attention from the need for concrete results," Edelgeriyev said. [more]

    Coal industry sees relevance in tech embraced by Paris climate agreement

    The coal industry is betting it can survive the decarbonization of electricity and industry and keep fossil fuels in the mix by leaning on carbon-capture technology, the head of the World Coal Association told Reuters. [more; no such technology exists yet that works at scale]

    [thread continues in 5th part]

  5. Forget "net zero" emissions target — U.S. must get to "net negative" ASAP, nonprofit argues

    Many of the technologies we are going to need to get to negative emissions— which can only happen after actual emissions are brought to near zero — don't yet exist or don’t exist in cost effective ways at scale. [more]

    Some early U.S. data suggest May jobs report could echo April weakness

    Some initial U.S. jobs data for May are showing signs of weakness, raising the possibility that April's disappointing employment report was not just a one-time blip. [i'm sure our controllers are pleased]

    "People have spent the last 14 months rebuilding their lives around the pandemic. They’ve made alternative childcare and schooling arrangements, budgeted for reduced household income, and adjusted their lifestyle. While there seem to be 'help wanted' signs everywhere you look, it could be as late as September before we see hiring numbers truly surge." [sure]

    The economy is still more than 8 million jobs short of where it was before the pandemic, and if such halting progress continues it will be years before the labor market recovers. [there won't be any recovery]

    Jobless claims for the week ending May 8 fell slightly, but have been making only slow progress in recent weeks.

    Consumer sentiment in early May tumbled as people worried about rising prices. Inflation expectations for the year ahead and over the next five years rose to their highest in more than a decade. [more]

    Biden administration offers no accounting for migrant kids released into U.S.

    Thousands of migrant children have been released by the Biden administration to caretakers in the U.S. as part of the government's program for unaccompanied minors — but there's little-to-no visibility about what's happened to them. [TRAFFICKING!]

    Flashback: During the Trump administration, there was outrage when a top official told Congress his agency was unable to verify the locations of about 1,500 kids released to sponsors. Today, the agency in charge won't answer questions about its efforts to keep track of these vulnerable children. [as usual, Biden gets a pass]

    the record numbers of kids crossing into the U.S. in recent months lay bare the shortcomings of the government's process to handle them.

    Multiple current and former government officials have expressed concern about the ability to ensure children's safety after release.

    Fact check: Sinkhole caused a Missouri lake to drain — again

    Much of a 17-acre lake in Missouri disappeared almost overnight after a sinkhole materialized – for the second time in five years. [more]

  6. Man Cheats Death, Survives After Car Plunges Into Creek

    Police said a man cheated death when his car plunged off the road and landed on its roof in a Philadelphia creek Saturday morning.

    The driver was traveling on Ridge Avenue, right before the split between Wissahickon and Main Street Manayunk, when his car veered off the road and plunged into Wissahickon Creek just after 5 a.m., police said.

    The car could be seen resting on its roof on top of the creek’s rocks as water flowed underneath. Police said the driver survived and was conscious as he was transported to Lankenau Medical Center. [20 sec news video]