Sunday, June 27, 2021

Event Update For 2021-06-26

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

2021-06-26 - RV trailer goes up in flames just after 1:30 AM and kills 2 people at equestrian center near San Marcos (California):

Quote: "The remains were found after the fire was extinguished. One body was discovered just outside a toy hauler travel trailer, and a second was found inside, Hampton said."

2021-06-26 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, large pile of scrap metal burns, in Kernersville (North Carolina):

Quote: "A fire broke out Saturday in a large scrap metal pile outside of the OmniSource Corp. at 1426 W. Mountain St. in Kernersville, authorities said. No injuries were reported."

2021-06-26 - Underground electrical explosion causes blackouts in coastal Dartmouth (Canada):

2021-06-26 - Officials urge residents to prepare for what could be the worst fire season ever in Southern California:

Quote: "Fire chiefs from five counties have made an unprecedented appeal to Southern California residents to get ready now for what could be the worst fire season ever."

2021-06-26 - Wildfire burns near Weed (California):

Note: Time to watch Cheech and Chong's 'Up In Smoke'!

2021-06-26 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) hits Fountain Lake in Albert Lea (Minnesota):

2021-06-26 - Temperature hits 101F and shatters record for hottest June day in Seattle (Washington):

Quote: "Sea-Tac Airport hit 101 degrees F Saturday afternoon, officially shattering the record for the hottest June day (the previous record was 96 degrees in June 2017) and the daily record June 26."

2021-06-26 - 20 people found dead on boat in the Caribbean off the Turks and Caicos Islands:

Quote: "A boat was found drifting about a mile off Grand Turk island with 20 dead people on board, including two children, authorities in the Turks and Caicos Islands said Sunday. Officials said investigators had ruled out foul play but were still trying to determine what happened."

2021-06-26 - Home damaged by explosion on 8th Street in Rockford (Illinois):

Note: This is the 70th residential explosion in 2021...

2021-06-26 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Washington in King County (Washington):

2021-06-26 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Norman in Cornelius (North Carolina):

2021-06-26 - Tanker ship explodes and burns at wharf in coastal Friendship (Guyana), 3 killed:

Quote: "Minister Indar told this publication that the vessel was docked at the wharf when it exploded. The coastal vessel, which is owned by a West Demerara businessman, was used to transport fuel across the country."

2021-06-26 - At least 16 boats destroyed by fire at 2:34 AM at marina in coastal Hong Kong (China):

Quote: "A fire engulfed 16 vessels in a Hong Kong typhoon shelter early Sunday, resulting in at least 10 boats sinking and one person sent to a hospital."

Note: These are the 398th-416th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-06-26 - Passenger bus bursts into flame while parked at depot in Markapuram (India):

Note: This is the 230th bus to burn in 2021..

2021-06-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Austintown (Ohio):

2021-06-26 - Tractor bursts into flame at sawmill in coastal Surrey (Canada):

2021-06-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at business in New South Wales (Australia):

Note: These are the 1337th, 1338th and 1339th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-06-26 - Three trucks, van, car and RV trailer destroyed by fire on Dennis Lane in Upminster (Britain):

2021-06-26 - SUV bursts into flame at 2 AM on I-291 ramp in South Windsor (Connecticut):

2021-06-26 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, on the North Shore in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Quote: "A house went up in flames this morning after reports of a car on fire in Auckland's North Shore. Northern Fire Communications shift manger Lauren Sika said firefighters were alerted to the blaze at 8.15am. Multiple callers said a car fire was endangering a house at Ayton Dr in Totara Vale."

2021-06-26 - Car bursts into flame at 12:30 AM on Tallert Way in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Tallert Way, Grimsby. Sat 26 Jun 2021 00:30 (No:011547) Car fire. One hose reel and one BA in use."

2021-06-26 - Vehicle bursts into flame, fire spreads to building, on King Street in Indio (California):

Quote: "A vehicle burst into flames on an Indio street Saturday, spreading the fire to a nearby structure, though no one was injured. The fire was reported at 1:38 p.m. in the 44000 block of King Street, according to the Riverside County Fire Department."

2021-06-26 - Two vehicles go up in flames on The Paddocks (street) in Bicton Heath (Britain):

2021-06-26 - Moped bursts into flame on Ferry Road in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Ferry Road, Scunthorpe. Sat 26 Jun 2021 23:52 (No:011597) Moped on fire. Hose reel in use."

2021-06-26 - Motorcycle and shed destroyed by fire, two homes damaged, on Vought Place in coastal Stratford (Connecticut):

2021-06-26 - Car, five motorcycles and garage destroyed by fire on Stone Lane in Burringham (Britain):

Quote: "Stone Lane, Burringham. Sun 27 Jun 2021 08:56 (No:011613) Fire inside steel garage approx 20 sqm. Car and five motorcycles destroyed by fire along with other contents of garage. Two main lines, two hose reels, four BA, light portable pump, Thermal Image Camera and hand tools in use."

2021-06-26 - Furniture manufacturing business heavily damaged by fire on Crescent Street in Jamestown (New York):

2021-06-26 - Warehouse destroyed by huge fire in Fresno (California):

2021-06-26 - Home heavily damaged by fire on 6th Avenue in Beaver Falls (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-26 - Two homes go up in flames on St. Louis Avenue in Las Vegas (Avenue):

2021-06-26 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Mayhew Road along the Cumberland River in Clarksville (Tennessee):

2021-06-26 - Apartment building under construction destroyed by massive fire in Langley (Canada):

Quote: "Saturday’s fire was less than two kilometres west of another residential development under construction on 80th Avenue in Langley that was the site of a major fire in April."

Note: Wow, people are still trying to build stuff!

2021-06-26 - Deadly fire burns home on Crosby Avenue in coastal North Charleston (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2021-06-26 - Deadly fire burns home on First New Hampshire Turnpike in Northwood (New Hampshire), 1 killed:

2021-06-26 - Deadly fire burns duplex in the wee hours on North Sussex Drive in Smithfield (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2021-06-26 - Vacant home destroyed by fire just after 3 AM on Ellen Street in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2021-06-26 - US honey bee colonies hit by second-highest annual loss on record in 2021:

2021-06-26 - Three people found dead in submerged car in canal in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2021-06-26 - Woman dies after being pulled from swimming pool at home on Southwest Quartermaster Drive on coastal Vashon Island (Washington):

Quote: "A woman drowned in a pool on Vashon Island Saturday, according to King County deputies. First responders were called to the 9500 block of Southwest Quartermaster Drive. When crews arrived, they performed lifesaving measures on the woman but could not save her."

2021-06-26 - Person found dead near Lake Nacimiento (California):

2021-06-26 - Firefighter, man, has 'medical episode' and dies in coastal Middlesex County (New Jersey):

Quote: "On June 26 while conducting a drill at the Middlesex County Fire Academy in Sayerville, Dennis Shennard, a member of the Kingston Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1, suffered a medical episode. Shennard received immediate treatment at the scene by fellow firefighters and the Kendall Park First Aid Squad and was transported to Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy. Shortly after his arrival at the hospital, Shennard was pronounced deceased."

2021-06-26 - Man, 55, found dead in Joe Pool Lake (Texas):

2021-06-26 - Man, 45, dies after being pulled from the water at coastal Cocoa Beach (Florida):

2021-06-26 - Man, 61, dies in swimming area at Cherokee Dam (Tennessee):

2021-06-26 - Man, 69, jumps into the water and dies in Lake Tahoe in Washoe County (Nevada):

2021-06-26 - Person found dead in the Des Moines River in Des Moines (Iowa):

2021-06-26 - Man, 40, found dead in Mio Dam Pond on the Au Sable River in Big Creek Township (Michigan):

2021-06-26 - Woman found dead in the River Tyne in Newcastle (Britain):

2021-06-26 - Man, 40, found dead at St Luke's Church in Cheetham Hill (Britain):

2021-06-26 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on ferry ship near coastal Southampton (Britain):

Quote: "A medical emergency onboard a Red Funnel car ferry is set to cause major travel disruption for the rest of the day (Saturday)."

2021-06-26 - Driver has 'medical event', car crashes into parked car, in Vicksburg (Mississippi):

Quote: "A driver was driving down the 1100 block of Washington Street where reports indicate they had a medical event which caused them to lose control of their vehicle. The driver collided with a parked car during the event."

2021-06-26 - Small plane crashes into home in North Logan (Utah), 1 killed:

2021-06-26 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into woods, on the Massachusetts Turnpike near Becket (Massachusetts):

2021-06-26 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-79 in Erie (Pennsylvania):

2021-06-26 - SUV veers off road at 1:23 AM, crashes into home, in Baldwin Hills (California), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2021-06-26 - Car veers off road just after 5:30 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Livermore (Maine), 1 killed:

2021-06-26 - Car veers off road in the wee hours, crashes into parked car and pole, in Grand Junction (Colorado), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-06-26 - Car veers off road shortly after 4 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Big Rapids (Michigan), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-06-26 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Duluth (Minnesota), 1 injured:

2021-06-26 - Great white shark attacks and seriously injures man off Grey Whale Cove State Beach (California):

2021-06-26 - Two large sinkholes open on street in Davenport (Iowa):

2021-06-26 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Dearborn (Michigan), people abandon cars:[video]

2021-06-26 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Kumasi (Ghana), 2 killed:

2021-06-26 - How an obscure app turned millions of people into unwitting spies for the US military:


  1. Magnificent Monday Jonny, Fran, Mike D., Tom N., LL, Terry, FezzedOne and Panther (and anyone else reading JJFH).

    The next few days will be in the 90's around here (s/e PA) - a/c runnin' nonstop (glad it still works). The evenings are great for outdoor dining/listening to live music, with light breezes and soft sunlight til ~ 9 pm.

    Meanwhile the destruction and death continue. That boat with 20 dead floating in the Caribbean is surely a JJFH incident. Further down another person had a "medical issue" on a ferry in Britain. The top of the page says H2S is (continuously now) belching from the ocean, so these incidents are to be expected.

    Rogue elephant kills 16 people over 2 months in Jharkhand, India

    A rogue elephant has killed at least 16 villagers in the past two months in central India after likely being expelled from his herd "for bad behaviour", a wildlife official said Thursday.

    The mature male, believed to be 15 or 16 years old, has been on the rampage in the tribal Santhal Pargana region of Jharkhand state ever since he was separated from the herd of 22 elephants.

    The elephant, which is now on its way back seeking to reunite with the herd, has managed to outwit officials with his sheer speed and unpredictability.

    In recent years there have been rising incidents of elephants killed by locals — and vice-versa — as humans encroach further into forest areas. [more; 2 min. minor for encroachment!]

    [from Here We Go Again news]
    U.S. airstrikes target Iranian-backed militias in Iraq and Syria

    The United States conducted airstrikes against two Iranian-backed militias on Sunday, targeting operational and weapons storage facilities in Iraq and Syria, the Pentagon said. [more]

    Bulgaria - Flash floods in Sliven Province after 60mm (2.3 inches) of rain in 1 hour

    Dozens of homes were damaged after a torrential downpour in Sliven Province, Bulgaria, 26 June 2021.

    Officials reported damage to homes and businesses, with flood water up to 1 metre deep. Local media reported more than 200 houses were damaged, 50 of them severely. A museum and a power substation were also damaged.[more; some people evacuated, power outage reported]

    China turns on world’s 2nd-biggest hydropower dam [71 sec. video]

    The first two generating units of the world’s second-biggest hydroelectric dam were officially turned on Monday in southwestern China, the government announced. [more]

    Extreme hailstorm hits the Beijing area [3 videos]

    [2nd comment awaits]

  2. New Air Force weapon can take out hundreds of drones instantly — and silently

    The U.S. Air Force unveiled a weapon this month designed to take out hundreds of drones at once with barely a sound.

    The Tactical High Power Operational Responder uses a beam of energy to scramble the electronics inside hundreds of drones at once.

    When THOR identifies a target, it shoots a beam of microwaves in less than a second, providing an instant effect on the drones. [more]

    [from our popular No Shit news segment]
    Teaching about [made-up] ‘white privilege’ is dividing society, warns equalities minister

    The concept of “white privilege” is “stoking divisions” and “marginalising the most disadvantaged” in society, the equalities minister warns today.

    Mrs Badenoch insists the phrase “reinforces the notion that everyone and everything around ethnic minorities is racist”, and makes the majority white population of the UK [and the US] “more conscious about their race ... creating a less cohesive society”. [more; the powers that be are trying everything to get us NOT to organize and threaten their continued depopulation agenda and theft of the citizenry using these tactics over and over again to divide us]

    Helicopter crashes after hitting power lines in Union County, North Carolina cops say

    A helicopter pilot survived a crash in North Carolina on Sunday, officials say.

    The helicopter went down in the 1300 block of Roscoe Howey Road in Waxhaw after hitting power lines while cropdusting fields in the area, according to the Union County Sheriff’s Office. [more]

    Florida building collapse: More than 150 missing, nine dead

    The cause of the collapse in Surfside, north of Miami, remains unclear.

    Eyewitnesses described hearing what sounded like thunder before seeing a huge cloud of dust in the aftermath of the collapse.

    Bear shot after breaking into Tahoe home, man says

    The local sheriff says after being shot, the bear ran back into the wilderness. Fish and Wildlife officers were notified and they found the bear the next day, badly wounded, and officers euthanized it. [~ 1 min. video]

    [from Irony Central news]
    Air Force Academy cadet dies in plane crash while on leave

    Nick Duran, 20, died in a single-engine plane crash, Lt. Gen. Richard Clark, the academy's superintendent, said Saturday. One other person was killed in the crash that took place south of Fort Worth, the Texas Department of Public Safety reported. [more]

    [3rd section below]

  3. [from Dueling Helos]
    US Blackhawks and Apaches train with Russian attack helicopters nearby

    [read if interested - remnant of the huge buildup earlier this year]

    [2 from our Health desk]
    Dole fruit recalled in the United States and Canada on cyclospora concerns

    The possibility of cyclospora contamination caused Dole to recall its Fresh Blueberries in four states and two Canadian provinces.

    Dole’s FDA-posted recall notice didn’t detail how the cyclospora threat was determined, just that the concern limited itself to blueberries sent to Illinois, Maine, New York and Wisconsin and, in Canada, Alberta and British Columbia.

    The lot codes for the recalled blueberries are 14632, 15032, 15046, 15646 and 15648 for the 6-ounce containers; 15032,15046, 15132, 15148, 15146, 15232, 15332, 15646 and 15648 for the 1 pint containers; 14632, 14732, 15032, 15046, 15232, 15446, 15432, 15646 and 15648 for the 18-ounce containers; and 15132, 15148, 15146, 15332, 15446, 15432, 15848 and 15846 for the 24-ounce containers.

    If you have recalled blueberries, either return them to the store for a full refund or throw them out. Those with questions can call Dole at 800-356-3111 [more]

    Whole Foods, Safeway, Meijer, other brands of shrimp recalled in salmonella outbreak

    A small outbreak of salmonella cases linked to frozen cooked shrimp begat a nationwide recall of eight brands, including name brand Chicken of the Sea and the house brands of Whole Foods Market, Safeway, Meijer and Hannaford. [more; list of products and lot numbers in article]

    Canada weather: Heatwave hits record 46.6C as US north-west also frazzles

    Canada has recorded its highest ever temperature as the country's west and the US Pacific north-west frazzle in an unprecedented heatwave.

    Lytton in British Columbia soared to 46.6C (116F) on Sunday, breaking an 84-year-old record, officials said. [more; thank HAARP]

    [4th piece follows]

  4. Crocodile twin attacked in Mexico: I thought I was going to die

    A British zookeeper who was attacked by a crocodile while swimming in Mexico has said she thought she was going to die.

    She told the Sun: "I remember screaming underwater. [uhm, ya don't wanna do that]

    Georgia pulled her sister from the water before both women were taken to hospital, with the pair later returning to the UK to continue Melissa's recovery. [more]

    Hot air balloon crash kills four, injures one

    A hot air balloon crashed in Albuquerque, New Mexico Saturday morning. Police said four people including the pilot were killed. A fifth person was injured.

    Police say it’s unclear what happened, but winds apparently blew the balloon into power lines, and it caught fire. The balloon separated from the basket after it crashed.

    Police and federal aviation authorities are investigating the accident. [video]

    Russia launches largest submarine in 30 years

    Russia has tested a giant new nuclear submarine in open waters for the first time, just days after a tense standoff in the Black Sea with Britain involving a Royal Navy destroyer.

    The ‘Belgorod’, believed to be the largest submarine developed anywhere in the world in 30 years, was trialled in the White Sea over the weekend, according to Russian state media.

    Once approved for use, the vessel will be capable of launching nuclear strikes with six intercontinental ‘Poseidon’ torpedoes.

    It will also act as a mothership for smaller, deep-diving submarines with robotic arms that can tamper with or even cut vital cables that lie on the seafloor.

    Russia also said at the weekend it was monitoring the American missile destroyer USS Ross, which entered the Black Sea on Saturday. [more]

    [the Russian people aren't stupid]
    Russia is having a hard time motivating people to get vaccinated

    Even with multiple vaccination options, only 14 percent of Russia's 146 million residents have been vaccinated with at least one dose of a vaccine, and the government will not hit its goal of getting 30 million Russians vaccinated by June. [more]

    The Saudi desert turns into big rivers after severe storm [~ 2 min. video]

  5. MONDAY, JUNE 28, 2021
    Heatwaves and the danger of the Arctic Ocean heating up

    Heatwaves are increasingly hitting higher latitudes, as illustrated by the forecasts below. The background behind this is that the temperature rise caused by people's emissions is also causing changes to the jet streams.

    This illustrates how a more wavy jet stream can enable high temperatures to rise to higher latitudes, while holding a pattern in place for several days, thus pushing up temperatures over time in the area.

    The danger of the temperature rise of the Arctic Ocean is that it can cause destabilization of hydrates at its seafloor, resulting in eruption of huge amounts of methane from hydrates and from free gas underneath the hydrates.
    [more; still based on global warming]

    A mini-tornado has blown a farm in Houffalize: impressive images

    A mini-tornado in particular blew a farm in the province of Luxembourg.

    In the hamlet of Bernistap in Houffalize, the square farmhouse-castle, well known in the region, paid the price. Its roofs did not withstand the strong winds. Help intervened and the inhabitants were relocated with relatives. There were no injuries, the damage being concentrated in the same area.

    In the town cemetery, significant damage was caused to part of the graves.

    Another piece of roof was torn off at Buret, still in Houffalize. Trees and tiles also fell on the side of Cetturu and Tavigny. In Namur,
    the firefighters intervened on the side of Ohey and Andenne for mudslides and flooded cellars.

    On the Liège side, lightning triggered a fire behind a house on rue d’Othée in Ans. In Flanders, it was mainly the firefighters of East Limburg who were called upon mainly for floods. [more]