Friday, August 27, 2021

Event Update For 2021-08-26

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

2021-08-26 - Underground electrical explosion and fire cause blackouts in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2021-08-26 - Megafire grows to 136,643 acres and burns closer to Lake Tahoe (California), evacuations ensue:

Quote: "Air quality has plummeted in the region, with air quality index readings well over 300 near the lake and over 400 in the Truckee area; anything over 150 is considered 'unhealthy' and readings over 300 are 'hazardous' for all."

2021-08-26 - Wildfire grows to 25,991 acres near Isabella (Minnesota):

2021-08-26 - Facing a rapidly warming climate and massive wildfires, villagers battle to protect their homes in Siberia (Russia):

Quote: "A hot, dry summer has fueled massive blazes in this East Siberian region over past weeks, burning through more than 10 million acres of Yakutia, also known as the Republic of Sakha, and sending clouds of smoke drifting all the way to the north pole. The fires have released more than 500 megatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in the atmosphere, the highest such total ever recorded for the region, according to the E.U.’s atmospheric monitoring service."

Quote: "During an extraordinary heat wave last summer, the Siberian town of Verkhoyansk above the Arctic Circle set a temperature record of 100.4F — climate scientists later determined that such extreme heat would have been essentially impossible without the effects of human-made climate change. Temperatures this summer have been unusually hot and dry as well, with firefighters battling blazes in 95°F heat (the region’s average summertime temperature is around 68°F)."

2021-08-26 - Extreme drought conditions impact US and worldwide crop production, price surges ahead:

2021-08-26 - Volcano Ebeko erupts on the Kuril Islands (Russia):

2021-08-26 - Girl, 12, has 'medical emergency' on beach in coastal Charmouth (Britain):

Quote: "A 12 year-old girl who suffered a medical emergency on Charmouth Beach was rescued by coastguards and paramedic teams."

2021-08-26 - Person has 'medical episode' at beach in coastal Durdle Door (Britain):

Quote: "A spokesperson for Kimmeridge Coastguard said: 'Both ourselves and Lulworth Coastguard Rescue Team tasked to Durdle Door this afternoon to assist with a medical evacuation of a person having a medical episode.'"

2021-08-26 - Printing business destroyed by explosion and fire in Chandler (Arizona), 4 injured:

2021-08-26 - Fishing ship 'Siempre al Alba' bursts into flame off coastal Bilbao (Spain):

2021-08-26 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Girvan Harbour (Scotland):

Note: These are the 566th and 567th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-08-26 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on street in Ikorodu (Nigeria):

2021-08-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 17 in Perquimans County (North Carolina):

2021-08-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Kansas Turnpike near Emporia (Kansas):

2021-08-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at intersection in Riverside (California):

2021-08-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 outside the Fort McHenry Tunnel in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2021-08-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-91 ramp in West Springfield (Massachusetts):

2021-08-26 - Tractor bursts into flame in field in Louisa County (Virginia):

2021-08-26 - Tractor, ATV, lawnmower and garage destroyed by fire at home in Cortlandville (New York):

Quote: "No injuries were reported. Contents of the garage fire — which included an ATV, lawnmower, tractor and more — disintegrated in the fire."

2021-08-26 - Tractor bursts into flame in Meshaw (Britain):

2021-08-26 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame outside Castle Cary (Britain):

Note: These are the 1660th-1669th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-08-26 - Utility truck bursts into flame on Midland Highway in Shepparton East (Australia):

2021-08-26 - RV bursts into flame at 1:15 AM near Aurora Avenue North and McGraw Street in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Note: This is the 339th RV to burn in 2021...

2021-08-26 - SUV bursts into flame on Route 110 in Methuen (Massachusetts):

2021-08-26 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 151 in Linn County (Iowa):

2021-08-26 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM while parked at the Waterstone Apartments in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2021-08-26 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal Fairfield (Connecticut):

2021-08-26 - Car bursts into flame on I-10 near Vail (Arizona):

2021-08-26 - Several cars destroyed by fire while parked off street in Sevilla (Spain):

2021-08-26 - Car bursts into flame in South Roscommon (Ireland):

2021-08-26 - Car bursts into flame on the A556 in Knutsford (Britain):

2021-08-26 - Car bursts into flame on Trinity Way in Salford (Britain):

2021-08-26 - Motorcycle bursts into flame shortly before 3 AM on Byland Avenue in Heworth (Britain):

2021-08-26 - RV trailer bursts into flame near Greenville Road and Blue Gray Park Road in Todd County (Kentucky):

2021-08-26 - Three barns and a million dollars worth of straw destroyed by fire on Patty Road in Delano (Tennessee), 1300 feet from the Hiwassee River:

2021-08-26 - Barn destroyed by huge fire at 12:20 AM on Rossburg Lightsville Road in Rossburg (Ohio), 6,000 turkeys killed:

2021-08-26 - Barn destroyed by fire on Forest Canyon Drive in Douglas County (Colorado):

2021-08-26 - Barn heavily damaged by fire on Forest Street near Kingsley (Pennsylvania):

2021-08-26 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on street in Las Cruces (New Mexico):

2021-08-26 - Club heavily damaged by fire on Cross County Road in coastal North Charleston (South Carolina):

2021-08-26 - Home heavily damaged by fire near South Mingo Road and East 81st Street in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2021-08-26 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Murfree Avenue in Murfreesboro (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2021-08-26 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Robin Road in Colchester (Vermont), dog killed:

2021-08-26 - Home destroyed by fire on Buena Vista Drive in New Castle (Delaware), 3 injured:

2021-08-26 - Home destroyed by fire on Anderson Lane in Jarrettsville (Maryland):

2021-08-26 - Hotel damaged by fire on South Military Highway in coastal Chesapeake (Virginia):

2021-08-26 - Deadly fire burns home just before 12:30 AM on Madison Avenue in Prospect Park (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2021-08-26 - Deadly fire destroys home in the wee hours on Lapoloma Terrace in coastal Panama City (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-08-26 - Vacant apartment building burns just after 4 AM on Warrior Road in Birmingham (Alabama):

2021-08-26 - Hundreds of shellfish found dead on coastal Petit-Cap Beach (Canada):

Quote: "The residents of Beaubassin East noticed a strange sight on the shores of Petit-Cap Beach on the weekend – long stretches of dead shellfish lining the coast."

2021-08-26 - Man and woman found dead at seaside cliffs near coastal Eastbourne (Britain):

2021-08-26 - Man, 79, found dead in swimming pool at home in Pauls Valley (Oklahoma):

2021-08-26 - National Guard soldier, man, 44, has 'medical emergency' during fitness test and dies at Camp Shelby (Mississippi):

Quote: "According to MSNG, Staff Sgt. Robert Jason Belue, 44, of Iuka, Miss., died Thursday after experiencing a medical emergency while conducting the Army Combat Fitness Test at Camp Shelby."

2021-08-26 - Firefighter, man, dies at scene of brush fire in Spokane (Washington):

2021-08-26 - Man found dead in Staffordville Reservoir in Staffordville (Connecticut):

2021-08-26 - Person slumps over dead in vehicle in Borger (Texas):

2021-08-26 - Man found dead in canal with riding mower in Lehigh Acres (Florida):

Quote: "Joellen added, she thinks he may have had a medical episode while mowing."

2021-08-26 - Man found dead outside business in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2021-08-26 - Man, 33, found dead at jail in Black River Falls (Wisconsin):

2021-08-26 - Woman, 71, found dead in Dane County (Wisconsin):

2021-08-26 - Woman, 75, found dead in Lake Ontario at beach in St. Catharines (Canada):

Quote: "After investigating police say there is reason to believe the women suffered a medical event just before entering the water. Police say foul play is not suspected."

2021-08-26 - Man, 63, dies while freediving off coastal Waipoua (New Zealand):

2021-08-26 - Passenger has 'medical issue' on passenger plane, plane returns to Detroit (Michigan):

Quote: "A medical issue involving a passenger led to an emergency declaration on board a Delta Air Lines flight that took off from Detroit Metro Airport on Thursday."

2021-08-26 - Small plane crash-lands in the ocean off coastal Edmonds (Washington), engine failure:

2021-08-26 - Small plane makes emergency landing in the water at coastal Virginia Key Beach (Florida), engine failure:

2021-08-26 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-564 in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2021-08-26 - Car veers off road at 1:35 AM, plunges into Lake Michigan, on North DuSable Lake Shore Drive in Chicago (Illinois), 1 injured:

2021-08-26 - Dog attacks and injures boy on Tree House Lane in Spring (Texas):

2021-08-26 - Three-story apartment building collapses in Peniscola (Spain), 2 killed:

2021-08-26 - Home collapses in Kanpur (India), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2021-08-26 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Sihanoukville (Cambodia), 11 inches of rain in a day:

2021-08-26 - Fukushima to release 1 million tons of radioactive water directly into the ocean via undersea tunnel:

2021-08-26 - Supreme Court strikes down Biden's eviction moratorium, evictions can resume:


  1. Soaked Saturday Jonny, everyone.

    Your quote of the day is spot on, Jonny.

    We had a "pop-up" storm come through yesterday in the early afternoon. i wasn't home. The high winds that accompanied it took down trees and wires all over the area and we were left without power for ~ 11 hours. It took me quite a while to make it home, dodging cones and going in a roundabout way with an (old fat) emergency cop yelling at me for moving cones and calling me an asshole.

    It's a bit ironic that Asplundh was doing tree trimming work the entire length of the street last week, only to have multiple trees and branches come down onto the telephone poles and knocking the power out.

    Wishing everyone be safe and sound as we head into some seriously messed up days and months ahead.

    Yes, tornado counts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are abnormally high in 2021

    Both states already have well-exceeded their twister averages for an entire year, bumped up by the "rare" supercell outbreak of July 29 that included one with Tornado Alley-like 140 mph winds, and last week's Fred-related twisters, one of which traveled almost nine miles.

    So far in 2021, 19 tornadoes have touched down on Pennsylvania soil, three above the 30-year annual normal and eight more than what would be the average total through August, according to the government's Storm Prediction Center.

    Typically, only one would have touched down in Jersey by the end of this month; so far, eight have, which is quadruple the annual average. Two others have visited Delaware. [more]

    Moderately strong M4.7 solar flare erupts from geoeffective AR 2860

    A moderately strong solar flare measuring M4.7 at its peak erupted from geoeffective Active Region 2860 at 06:15 UTC on August 28, 2021. The event started at 05:39 and ended at 06:23 UTC. [more]

    More evacuations ordered for Caldor Fire southwest of Lake Tahoe

    Mandatory evacuations are in place for 33,723 residents [more]

    Flooding in Pattaya, Thailand over 1 metre deep strands cars, floods homes [2 videos incl.]

    Traffic delays backed up several routes around town with traffic police and local police doing double duty directing traffic while helping people as they became stranded in the high floodwaters. Multiple vehicles were stuck in the deep waters as well.

    When the rain finally subsided, it took about 2 hours for the floodwaters to recede and the flooding emergency to subside with Pattaya traffic back to normal by later afternoon. [more]

    [part ii below]

  2. [this is the one to watch]
    Hurricane "Ida" makes landfall over the Isle of Youth, causing island-wide power outages, Cuba

    Tropical Storm "Ida" strengthened into a hurricane at 17:10 UTC on Friday, August 27, 2021, just 50 km (31 miles) ESE of the Isle of Youth. Landfall took place at 18:00 UTC with maximum sustained winds of 120 km/h (75 mph) and a minimum central pressure of 987 hPa. The storm then moved over western Cuba and exited into the Gulf of Mexico. Environmental conditions in the Gulf of Mexico support rapid intensification and the next landfall is expected in Louisiana, U.S. possibly as a Category 4 hurricane late Sunday or early Monday. [more]

    Tropical Storm Ida gains strength as Hurricane, causes flooding in Jamaica and Cuba [video incl.]

    Forecasts have suggested that Ida may make landfall in the US as a robust Category 4 storm on the five-stage Sapphire-Simpson scale. It is expected to generate steady winds close to 140 km / h, heavy rain and tidal forces expecting much of the Louisiana coastline below a few feet of water to pour.

    Forecasters said that high surf driven by hurricane winds - could reach between 10 and 15 feet nearby the mouth of the Mississippi River, with more profound levels continuing eastward along the adjacent shores of Mississippi and Alabama, according to the National Hurricane Center.

    Amplified tornadoes, widespread power outages and inland floods from thunderstorms in the region were also expected. [more]

    [from There Goes The Food news]
    Hailstorm in Castilla-La Mancha, Spain affected more than 6,000 hectares of crops [2 videos incl.]

    According to Agroseguro, the strong rain and hail storm in Castilla-La Mancha on August 24 affected more than 3,800 plots and more than 6,000 hectares in the autonomous community.

    The storm affected almond, pistachio, onion, melon, watermelon, and olive crops; so far grapes have been the most affected, with more than 4,100 hectares affected, just at the beginning of the harvest season.

    In Toledo, the storm also caused damage to almond and vegetable plots and in Albacete, it caused specific damage to cereal, lettuce, onion, and nut crops. [more]

    [3rd section follows]

  3. 2 people die in Japan after receiving Moderna Covid-19 shots from batch that was withdrawn due to foreign material in some vials

    Two people have died in Japan after having received doses of the Moderna vaccine from a batch that was suspended as a precaution after some of the vials were contaminated with unknown foreign material.

    The victims were men in their 30s, each of whom received their second Moderna doses from one of three manufacturing lots that were suspended on Thursday, the Health Ministry said on Saturday. An investigation into the cause of deaths is underway.

    All contaminated doses were manufactured at a Madrid factory run by a Spanish firm Rovi, which said that the vials in question belonged to a batch exclusively shipped to Japan.

    The composition of the foreign substance was not immediately clear. However, Japan’s TV channel NHK reported that some doses were contaminated with metal particles, citing Health Ministry sources. [more]

    Canadian PM Trudeau’s campaign rally axed over ‘safety reasons’ after irate protesters descend on event (VIDEOS)

    Footage of the raucous demonstrators has circulated online, with some heard shouting expletives about the PM, while at least one protester was seen hoisting a flag emblazoned with the words “F**k Trudeau.” Many voiced outrage over Canada’s Covid-19 restrictions and potential vaccine requirements.

    There were mothers with children calling our prime minister “a f***ing asshole”. [this from a tweet @ the event]

    Trudeau, however, signaled that he did not plan to tone down his rhetoric, doubling down on the need for travelers and federal workers to be vaccinated shortly after he was forced to scrap the rally. [more; not sure if he believes this or is following the PLAN]

    [with open southern border and the Afghanistan debacle we have]
    COVID Noncompliance now labeled top 'Terror Threat'

    When you think of potential terror threats, what comes to mind? Did opposing irrational and/or illegal COVID measures make your list? Well, it recently got top billing on the Department of Homeland Security's list of potential terror threats as we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

    Over the past 18 months, COVID countermeasures have become increasingly tyrannical, and we now appear to have reached a new high (or low, depending on your perspective). The U.S. government is actually viewing citizens who exercise their Constitutional rights as domestic terrorists, enemies of the state. [so now i'm a terrorist]

    As noted by Luther, the rhetoric now hurled at unvaccinated people would under normal circumstances be considered hate speech. Now, it's promoted as virtuous, and reporting a statistic or published medical finding that counters the official narrative that masks work, lockdowns are effective and the COVID shot is safe and effective is considered hate speech.
    [more; Homeland (In)Security has lost all credibility]

    [4th piece below]

  4. Health destroying Pfizer/Moderna jabs

    Pfizer, Moderna and other flu/covid jabs were designed to irreversibly harm health with depopulation in mind.

    A peer-reviewed study of harmful Pfizer/Moderna DNA altering mRNA covid drugs was published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice and Research (IJVTPR). See below.

    Evidence of their harm has been known all along.

    An internal Pfizer document said they "shed...spike protein particles" through bodily fluids, breath and skin, infecting others close by.

    Yet this vital information has been suppressed by US/Western dark forces and their media press agents.

    Covid jabbed individuals and others in close contact with them are unwittingly part of a depopulation scheme that's certain end badly if unchecked.

    Conducted by MIT senior research scientist Stephanie Seneff and Naturopathic oncology specialist Dr. Greg Nigh, they analyzed how mRNA toxins gravely harm jabbed individuals.

    Never seen before in nature, they risk serious "unknown consequences," Seneff and Nigh explained, adding:

    "(M)anipulation of the code of life could lead to completely unanticipated negative effects, potentially long term or even permanent." [more]

    'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Ida knocks out more oil than Katrina

    U.S. oil and gas companies on Friday cut more than 1.6 million barrels of oil production as a major storm churned toward oilfields that provide 17% of the nation's oil production.

    Production cutbacks ahead of Hurricane Ida exceed those during 2005's devastating Katrina [more]

    Genes may add to ethnic COVID-19 disparities; sickest patients unwell a year later

    The varying impacts of COVID-19 among ethnic groups might be partially due to genetic differences in the cell-surface protein the virus uses as a gateway, an international research team found. They analyzed genetic information from more than 85,000 volunteers, including 6,274 who were tested for the new coronavirus and 1,837 who tested positive. In the gene for ACE2 - the "receptor" protein through which the virus breaks into cells - they found rare variants that would alter the part of the protein to which the virus attaches itself. These variant genes "appear to vary in frequency between different ethnic groups," said Jamal Nasir of the University of Northampton in the UK. Two were more common in Europeans than in East Asians, for example. Nasir and colleagues also found variants that appear to increase or decrease an individual's ACE2 protein levels, which could affect vulnerability to infection, or severity. People who were not infected with the coronavirus were more likely to have a variant that decreases ACE2 levels, according to a report posted on Wednesday on medRxiv ahead of peer review. The next steps, Nasir said, are to confirm the findings by exposing human cells to the virus in lab experiments and to identify small molecules that can be used as drugs to block harmful genetic mutations' effects. [more; so they're wasting all this time and effort on a glorified common flu with a 99% survival rate while CANCER and other diseases abound]