Monday, November 15, 2021

Event Update For 2021-11-14

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

2021-11-14 - Market heavily damaged by massive fire in coastal Karachi (Pakistan):

2021-11-14 - Huge tire fire breaks out on Wigwam Lane in Hucknall (Britain):

2021-11-14 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire at home, home damaged, on Touisset Road in coastal Warren (Rhode Island):

2021-11-14 - Heavy rain, flooding and scorpion attacks (!) hit Egypt:

Quote: "The storms forced scorpions from their hiding places into many houses across the province, Attia added. He said at least 503 people were hospitalized after suffering scorpion stings and that all of them were discharged after they were given anti-venom doses."

2021-11-14 - Britain plans exit strategy for COVID pandemic measures, Operation Rampdown:

Quote: "The virus is expected to remain widespread within the population, but the documents details that Britain will have to learn to ‘live with the virus.’ The aim of any future government strategies is likely to be treating Covid like any other respiratory infection or seasonal flu."

Quote: "The government plans to have no measures in place by March/April of next year to stem the spread of the pandemic, and, in all essentials, no measures to prevent its resurgence."

Note: The government's too broke to keep paying for the emergency measures, so no more free tests, no more government money if you have to stay home and isolate, etc. People will have to shoulder whatever the financial burdens are - governments can't afford to do everything. There's really not much that can be done now in any case. The virus is endemic now, here to stay, joining the list of other endemic viruses. In Iowa 80% of the deer have COVID, so there are gonna be hunters getting sick and starting new outbreaks, probably in perpetuity, or at least as long as we're around. COVID just killed some snow leopards too. Rats, squirrels and bats are all notorious disease vectors - it may already be spreading through their populations too. So this virus is clearly here for the long haul, a permanent scourge to add to the others we deal with. The important questions not yet answered are: how many people will it kill each year, how many will it afflict with 'long COVID' symptoms each year and how many will suffer permanent organ damage each year. We'll find out. Endemic viruses do tend to become less lethal over time, if for no other reason than that those most susceptible to them are the ones who die...

2021-11-14 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Columbia Falls (Montana), 2 killed:

Quote: "Authorities interviewed witnesses, who said they heard an explosion right before the structure caught fire, and determined two males did not make it out of the residence and were deceased."

2021-11-14 - Home damaged by explosion on Shelly Drive in Columbus (Ohio), 1 injured:

2021-11-14 - Home damaged by garage explosion and fire on Francis Avenue in Stoney Creek (Canada), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 123rd, 124th and 125th residential explosions in 2021...

2021-11-14 - Boat and home go up in flames on Collister Drive in Boise (Idaho):

Quote: "The home and boat parked outside were heavily damaged by the fire."

Note: This is the 762nd boat/ship to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-11-14 - School bus bursts into flame while parked in parking lot in Valencia (California):

2021-11-14 - School bus bursts into flame while parked on road in Lamjung (Nepal):

Note: These are the 54th and 55th school buses to burn in 2021, and these are the 456th and 457th buses to burn in 2021...

2021-11-14 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on street in Wyra (India):

2021-11-14 - Passenger bus and RV destroyed by fire near Sevierville (Tennessee):

Quote: "While en route, Central Dispatch updated the fire crews with information specifying the vehicle fire was that of a fully involved RV plus a bus fire with some extension into the nearby woods."

Note: These are the 458th and 459th buses to burn in 2021, and this is the 440th RV to burn in 2021...

2021-11-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 23 in Green Oak Township (Michigan):

2021-11-14 - Tractor, machinery, hay and machine shed destroyed by fire near Kimba (Australia):

Quote: "Machinery lost in the fire included a CAT tractor, chaser bin, wind rower and boom spray."

Note: These are the 2043rd and 2044th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2021...

2021-11-14 - Food truck bursts into flame on the Dolphin Expressway in coastal Miami (Florida):

2021-11-14 - Truck bursts into flame on I-68 in Allegany County (Maryland):

2021-11-14 - RV bursts into flame at home on Hillsview Road in Spearfish (South Dakota):

Note: This is the 441st RV to burn in 2021...

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame at shopping center in Vicksburg (Mississippi):

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in Cheshire (Connecticut):

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame on I-476 in Plymouth Township (Pennsylvania):

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking lot in Brampton (Canada):

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 416 south of Kemptville (Canada):

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame on the M6 near Wigan (Britain):

2021-11-14 - Car bursts into flame on Barton Road in Wootton (Britain):

Quote: "Barton Road, Wootton. Sun 14 Nov 2021 14:42 (No:022007) Car fire. 1 BA and 1 hose reel in use."

2021-11-14 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at property on Princeton Road in Christian County (Kentucky):

2021-11-14 - Food trailer bursts into flame on road in Kansas City (Missouri):

2021-11-14 - Barn destroyed by fire on South 68th Street in Boulder County (Colorado):

2021-11-14 - Brewery damaged by fire at port in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2021-11-14 - Church heavily damaged by fire on Bridge Street in Eden (North Carolina):

2021-11-14 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Van Vranken Avenue in Schenectady (New York):

2021-11-14 - Home damaged by fire on SW Orchard Street in Topeka (Kansas):

2021-11-14 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the Hillyard area in Spokane (Washington):

2021-11-14 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Jadewood Court in Austin (Texas):

2021-11-14 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Park Way Street in Struthers (Oklahoma):

2021-11-14 - Home destroyed by fire on Key West Street near Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta (Virginia), 8 injured:

2021-11-14 - Two homes go up in flames shortly after 3 AM on North Payne Avenue in Wichita (Kansas):

2021-11-14 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on Greenwood Street in Coaldale (Pennsylvania):

2021-11-14 - Duplex destroyed by fire on Mitchell Drive in Smyrna (Tennessee):

2021-11-14 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Blair Drive in Jackson (Wyoming):

2021-11-14 - Deadly fire burns shed at mobile home park on Reed Canal Road in coastal South Daytona (Florida), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - Deadly fire burns home at 6 AM on White Oak Road in Bristol (Virginia), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - Deadly fire burns COVID hospital at 2:40 AM in Sliven (Bulgaria), 3 killed:

2021-11-14 - Vacant home burns on West 20th Street in Erie (Pennsylvania):

2021-11-14 - Man found dead in harbor off coastal Plymouth (Massachusetts), empty 'ghost boat' found nearby:

2021-11-14 - Firefighter, man, 56, goes hunting and dies near Cliffdell in Kittitas County (Washington):

2021-11-14 - Firefighter, man, suddenly dies in Evansville (Wisconsin):

2021-11-14 - Actor, man, 41, suddenly dies at home in Austin (Texas):

2021-11-14 - Man, 30, found dead in the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland (Ohio):

2021-11-14 - Person found dead in submerged car in pond in Westmont (Illinois):

2021-11-14 - Person found dead near Highway 96 just outside Pueblo (Colorado):

2021-11-14 - Man, 60, found dead in canal in Pulianthope (India):

2021-11-14 - Man in his 20s or 30s found dead near Ferry Road in Dingwall (Scotland):

2021-11-14 - Man dies after being pulled from the Regent's Canal in Angel (Britain):

2021-11-14 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, plane returns to coastal Shannon (Ireland):

Quote: "A RyanAir flight bound for Lanzarote in the Canary Islands was forced to return to Shannon Airport following a medical emergency this morning."

2021-11-14 - Woman, 21, has 'medical episode' at 2:30 AM, car crashes into woods, in Greenridge on coastal Staten Island (New York):

Quote: "The 21-year-old woman was operating a 2022 Toyota Corolla at about 2:30 a.m. Sunday when she experienced a medical episode and lost control of the vehicle near Richmond Avenue in Greenridge, police said."

2021-11-14 - Small plane crashes at at Mountain Air Country Club, fire erupts, in Burnsville (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2021-11-14 - Small plane crashes and burns at Breighton Airfield near Selby (Britain), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - Tractor trailer veers off road just before 7 AM, crashes into embankment, near Mansfield (Louisiana), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - SUV veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, on Three Rivers Parkway near North Bend (Ohio), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2021-11-14 - SUV veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Detroit (Michigan), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - SUV veers off road and overturns on Highway 7 in Linn County (Kansas), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - Pickup truck veers off road at 5:30 AM, plunges into Loughberry Lake in the Town of Wilton (New York):

2021-11-14 - Car overturns on Wendel Ford Expressway in Owensboro (Kentucky), 1 injured:

2021-11-14 - Car veers off road shortly after 4 AM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, in Ballwin (Missouri), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2021-11-14 - Car veers off road, crashes into barn, in Penn Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2021-11-14 - Dog attacks and injures woman, almost tears her arm off, at home on Rivers Street in Colleton County (South Carolina):

2021-11-14 - Landslide buries truck in Ernakulam (India), 1 killed:

2021-11-14 - Two earthquakes, magnitudes 6.3 and 6.4, strike one minute apart near coastal Bandar Abbas (Iran), 70+ injured:

2021-11-14 - Toxic smog blankets New Delhi (India):

2021-11-14 - Heavy rain, flooding and mudslides hit British Columbia (Canada):


  1. It should be no surprise that Pfizer's history in the ol' integrity department has not been stellar. Their record using African children as guinea pigs, for example. Tons of information on this that can be easily found.

    From the British Journal of Medicine recently: Revelations of poor practices at a contract research company helping to carry out Pfizer’s pivotal covid-19 vaccine trial raise questions about data integrity and regulatory oversight.

    This paper goes on to explain in detail what was done to quickly get Pfizer's MRNA shot the coveted Emergency Use Authorization early this year.

    A few weeks ago the British MD John Campbell goes over this report:

    I could tell that Dr. Campbell was both shocked and disgusted by this report because as he says, he was one of the ones rejoicing when Pfizer got the EUA. He's not over-the-top with his emotions because he's very old style British. They don't wear their emotions on their sleeves, keep a stiff upper lip, and so forth. But for him, he is very disappointed.

    Of course, not much of a peep in the MSM on this report/paper. British Journal of Medicine, like the New England Journal of Medicine, is highly respected in the world of medical science. Not exactly a Q source. But again, it's all about the profit and any threat to that is at first ignored, then silenced if ignoring doesn't work.
    Pharmaceutical companies as a whole are perhaps the most powerful in the world. If not, then definitely in the top 3.


  2. Looking Behind the COP26 Propaganda with Cory Morningstar & Iain Davis
    Whitney is joined by Iain Davis and Cory Morningstar to present research and discuss the true face of the climate change "solutions" that the COP26 conference has worked to sell to the public. Links discussed can be found here:

    The very short version of what's going on in the world of Big Corporate climate "salvation": The planet is going to be destroyed in order to save the climate. Yeah. Makes sense.

    One of the "fixes" is to scrape the ocean floor in order to get the needed rare earth minerals to make more solar panels, wind turbines, electric vehicles, etc... in order to reduce carbon. And there's more, but the murder of the oceans is probably the worst.

    1. ...and the plan is to securitize natural resources.

      UN-Backed Banker Alliance Announces “Green” Plan to Transform the Global Financial System

      The most powerful private financial interests in the world, under the cover of COP26, have developed a plan to transform the global financial system by fusing with institutions like the World Bank and using them to further erode national sovereignty in the developing world.

  3. Not sure what to think about the dredging the oceans plan. In normal times, if the oceans had a future, I'd be horrified at that idea. But the oceans are dying and they're going to keep dying until almost everything is dead. The stuff that will live isn't stuff we care a lot about: bacteria, jellyfish, sea lice.

    So the question is, do we get the resources from the oceans before it becomes complete toxic stew and it's easier, or do we wait until the oceans are completely dead and it's much harder? If we wait, that probably shortens our lifespans in order to buy the doomed oceans a small amount of time. Are we willing to die a little sooner so that the doomed oceans can last a little longer?

    As for 'national sovereignty' - to some degree at least, that's a myth. Does China keeps its pollution within its borders? Do we? No, all our pollution crosses the borders of every country, whether they approve or not. China's got dozens of coal plants in the pipeline. That pollution will hasten OUR demise in OUR country. So much for national sovereignty.

    All I see ahead of us are bad choices and worse choices. Dredging the oceans for minerals to make 'clean' energy? Bad choice. NOT dredging the oceans? That might actually be worse if human lives are the stick by which we measure.

    I'm glad I'm not the one making these decisions.

    1. You misunderstood what the national sovereignty issue is. It's about the third world getting their resources essentially stolen. Which has been going on for decades and decades. It will continue to go on but now with the "sustainable" misdirection. Or bullshit. And of course, in the name of the new "green economy". On your opinion regarding the oceans, I just profoundly disagree with you.

  4. Obviously, I understand that the people who think dredging the oceans is horrific do not realize that the biosphere is heading toward collapse no matter what we do. They still think the oceans have a future that's not unlike the past, so they're defending that future. But that future is a fantasy.

  5. You think it's not too late to save the oceans? I don't see how that's possible. There's sea snot, ships finding hydrogen sulfide in the depths in Turkey, they're losing oxygen with dead zones spreading, algae blooms are spewing hydrogen sulfide off Long Island, off France, from Africa to Mexico, acidification is growing, temps are rising, birds dying, whales dying, fish dying, crustaceans dying, coral dying. And we're adding another 5 atomic bombs worth of heat PER SECOND to the oceans. They'll end up the same way they did during the Permian-Triassic, with 96% of all ocean species wiped out. Could we delay their demise a little? Maybe a LITTLE if we really devoted our whole economy to doing it.