Thursday, January 13, 2022

Event Update For 2022-01-12

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

2022-01-12 - Hundreds of dogs mysteriously sickened after walks on the northeastern coast in Britain:

Quote: "Dog owners in East Yorkshire have warned that their pets fell ill after taking walks along the region’s coastline, despite officials finding no 'direct link' between the area and the diseases during recent inspections. Vets in the area claim they have seen cases of severe vomiting and diarrhea in dogs who recently visited the northeast coast. In a Facebook post, Yorkshire Coast Pet Care described being 'inundated' with dogs that have suffered a mystery illness, urging officials to investigate."

2022-01-12 - Sea creatures dying on the northeastern coast in Britain:

2022-01-12 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, several cars burn, in Sun Valley (California):

2022-01-12 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame shortly after midnight in Jasper (Kansas):

2022-01-12 - Landfill fire breaks out in coastal Pulau Burung (Malaysia):

2022-01-12 - US megadrought sets another record:

Quote: "Despite several recent drenching rainstorms in the West and enough snow to top the second story of some buildings, the United States has tied an alarming drought record: At least 40% of the Lower 48 has gone 68 straight weeks -- more than 17 months -- in drought conditions."

2020-01-12 - Plants at risk of extinction as climate crisis disrupts animal migration:

Quote: "The decline of seed-dispersing animals is damaging plants’ ability to adapt to climate breakdown, a study has found. Almost half of all plant species depend on animals to spread their seeds, but scientists fear these plants may be at risk of extinction when animals are driven to migrate to cooler areas, as plants cannot easily follow."

Quote: "Researchers used machine learning from more than 400 seed dispersal networks worldwide to examine what would happen when animals left areas affected by global heating. They found these plants’ capacity to adapt to climate change has already dropped by 60% globally. The researchers warn this may lead to the permanent loss of some species."

2022-01-12 - Graph shows complete ineffectiveness of climate conferences and agreements:

2022-01-12 - Ferry ship 'Beniamino Carnevale' disabled by fire near coastal Napoli (Italy):

Quote: "Fire on board disabled ferry BENIAMINO CARNEVALE at around 2345 UTC Jan 11 in Tyrrhenian sea some 40 nm west of Napoli, Italy. The ship with passengers and vehicles on board is en route from Napoli to Cagliari, Sardinia."

Note: This is the 45th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2022...

2022-01-12 - Train car bursts into flame near Prospect Street in Sherborn (Massachusetts):

2022-01-12 - School bus bursts into flame at 6 AM outside school in Wakefield (Massachusetts):

Note: This is the 12th school bus to burn in 2022, and this is the 22nd bus to burn in 2022...

2022-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Clearfield (Pennsylvania):

2022-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-29 near Reynolds (North Dakota):

Quote: "Just after 8:30 Wednesday morning, a semi driver noticed smoke coming from the trailer he was pulling. He stopped and unhooked the trailer, which was on fire."

2022-01-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Battlefield Road in Shrewsbury (Britain):

Note: These are the 41st, 42nd and 43rd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2022...

2022-01-12 - Dump truck bursts into flame on Route 17 in the Town of Wallkill (New York):

Quote: "A dump truck traveling in one direction caught fire and as firefighters were tending to that, a van-type vehicle traveling in the opposite direction on the divided highway ran off the road and overturned."

2022-01-12 - RV bursts into flame on Lakeshore Road near Lake Winnepesaukee in Gilford (New Hampshire):

Note: This is the 11th RV to burn in 2022...

2022-01-12 - Van bursts into flame on the A14 near Needham Market (Britain):

2022-01-12 - Minivan bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to fence, on J Street in Bedford (Indiana):

2022-01-12 - SUV bursts into flame on Bartley Road near Maris Stella High School in coastal Singapore:

2022-01-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home on Anchorage Avenue in coastal Colwood (Canada):

2022-01-12 - Car bursts into flame at FedEx site, fire spreads to two FedEx trucks, in Madison (Alabama):

Quote: "Crews responded to reports of a car fire that spread to two nearby FedEx trucks and then the building Wednesday night."

2022-01-12 - Car bursts into flame at 6:30 AM at home near Valley City (North Dakota):

2022-01-12 - Car bursts into flame on Three Notch Road in Mechanicsville (Maryland):

2022-01-12 - Car bursts into flame on the A12 in Woodbridge (Britain):

2022-01-12 - Car bursts into flame on Courtman Road in Tottenham (Britain):

2022-01-12 - Car bursts into flame on Boulevard in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Boulevard, Hull. Car fire. Two hose reels and one BA in use. Incident left with vehicle owner. Date & Time: Wed 12 Jan 2022 10:50"

2022-01-12 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked at property in Sikeston (Missouri):

2022-01-12 - Barn destroyed by fire on Corning Road in Norwich (Connecticut), calf killed:

2022-01-12 - Commercial building devastated by massive fire near Baldwin Street and Bartlett Avenue in Adelanto (California):

2022-01-12 - Car wash damaged by fire at 1:55 AM on South 1st Street in Austin (Texas):

2022-01-12 - Shellfish factory heavily damaged by fire at port on the River Great Ouse in King's Lynn (Britain):

2022-01-12 - Factory heavily damaged by fire in coastal Mumbai (India):

2022-01-12 - Mobile home damaged by fire on Laketree Drive in Laurel Park (Virginia):

2022-01-12 - Home destroyed by fire off State Route 23 in Davenport Center (New York):

2022-01-12 - Home destroyed by fire on Turnpike Road in West Donegal Township (Pennsylvania):

2022-01-12 - Home destroyed by fire on Grimm Road in Harford County (Maryland):

2022-01-12 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire on Stoughton Avenue in Stoughton (Wisconsin):

2022-01-12 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire on Oak Street in Old Forge (Pennsylvania):

2022-01-12 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Harriet Avenue in Burnsville (Minnesota):

2022-01-12 - Townhome complex heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on West Deer Park Road in Gaithersburg (Maryland):

2022-01-12 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home at 1:30 AM on Mercury Lane in Nashua (New Hampshire), 1 killed:

2022-01-12 - Deadly fire burns home at 12:14 AM in Phelps (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2022-01-12 - Deadly fire burns home just before 11:30 PM off Nagle Street in Houston (Texas), 1 killed:

2022-01-12 - Deadly fire destroys home on County Road 784 just outside of Niota (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2022-01-12 - Deadly fire burns fourplex apartment building on Sachem Drive in Plainfield (Connecticut), 1 killed:

2022-01-12 - Three people die in apartment in the Woodland Hills area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

Quote: "Three people were found dead in an apartment in Woodland Hills Wednesday evening, prompting an investigation by police. First responders were called around 7:28 p.m. to the 22100 block of Victory Boulevard after a report regarding some type of medical issue."

2022-01-12 - College student, women, found dead in dorm at Michigan State University in East Lansing (Michigan):

2022-01-12 - Man found dead on beach in coastal Pismo Beach (California):

2022-01-12 - Man, 38, has 'medical issue' and dies in Otay Mesa (California):

2022-01-12 - Woman found dead at park in Beaumont (Texas):

2022-01-12 - Man, 69, found dead in Lake Michigan near McKinley Marina in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2022-01-12 - Man, 60, found dead in submerged vehicle in pond near Laurel (Iowa):

2022-01-12 - Man found dead in stream in Serres (Greece):

2022-01-12 - Woman has 'medical episode' on the seafront and dies in coastal Seaham (Britain):

Quote: "A woman has died after suffering a medical episode on Seaham seafront on Wednesday evening. Emergency services attended the scene on North Road but the woman did not survive despite efforts of paramedics."

2022-01-12 - Man, 77, has 'medical event' on hovercraft on the Mississippi River, hovercraft crashes into tree, near Bagley (Wisconsin), 1 killed:

Quote: "Authorities say 77-year-old Gary Kaiser of Potosi was operating his 2009 Hovercraft vessel on the frozen waters of the Mississippi River when he is believed to have suffered a medical event. Officials say Kaiser’s hovercraft then struck a tree on an island that was roughly 100 yards from the shore."

2022-01-12 - Man has 'medical episode' and collapses, bus runs over him and kills him, in Aurora (Colorado), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police said the driver unknowingly ran the man over after the victim appeared to suffer a medical episode, collapsed, and fell under the bus shortly after exiting."

2022-01-12 - Man has 'medical emergency', car crashes into tree, near Queeny Park in Manchester (Missouri), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police said the driver appeared to have had a medical emergency while operating the vehicle Wednesday morning causing the crash."

2022-01-12 - Small plane crashes into orange grove in Winter Haven (Florida), 2 injured:

2022-01-12 - US Navy helicopter crash-lands in Ashland (Virginia), 1+ injured:

2022-01-12 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, on Belair Road in Perry Hall (Maryland), 3 injured:

2022-01-12 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, on Colfax Avenue in Clifton (New Jersey), 1 injured:

2022-01-12 - Newly discovered type of ‘strange metal’ could lead to deep insights:

Quote: "A new discovery could help scientists to understand 'strange metals,' a class of materials that are related to high-temperature superconductors and share fundamental quantum attributes with black holes."


  1. For the insurance industry, 2021 was the second-highest loss year on record, after 2017 – “The 2021 disaster statistics are striking because some of the extreme weather events are of the kind that are likely to become more frequent or more severe as a result of climate change”

    Worldwide, natural disasters caused substantially higher losses in 2021 than in the two previous years. Based on provisional data, storms, floods, wildfires, and earthquakes destroyed assets worth US$ 280bn.

    The insurance gap, in other words the uninsured portion, declined slightly due to a higher proportion of losses in the USA, but was still approximately 57%. Almost 10,000 people lost their lives in natural disasters in 2021, a death toll comparable with those of recent years. [more]

    High-level eruption at Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai, tsunami warning issued, Tonga

    Another high-level eruption started at Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano in Tonga at 15:20 UTC on January 13, 2022. A plume of gas and ash rose rapidly to an estimated height of 16.7 km (55 000 feet) above sea level by 17:42 UTC, according to the Wellington VAAC. [more]

    The Great Resignation roars again: Here’s why more U.S. workers than ever quit in November 2021 – Nearly 3 million reported not working due to COVID-19 symptoms or caring for somebody who was sick

    New data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the Great Resignation did not go gently into that good night; rather, it was very much alive at the end of 2021.

    A historic 4.5 million workers willingly quit their jobs in November, up from a succession of records set month after month earlier in the year. Economists note that this is a strong sign of confidence in the United States job market, which is bouncing back after last year’s pandemic recession.

    But of course, there’s more to be said about what it means for the state of today’s workforce. Why are workers quitting in droves, especially at a time when finances seem most dire?

    Consider the results of a December survey conducted by the Census Bureau of roughly 100 million unemployed people:

    Nearly 3 million (3%) reported their reason for not working was because they were sick with COVID-19 symptoms or were caring for somebody who was sick.
    Another 5 million (5%) said they were caring for children not in school or daycare, which is a more common circumstance during pandemic lockdowns.
    And another 2.5 million (2.5%) were worried about catching COVID themselves.

    Particularly vast swaths of resignations occurred in industries with great exposure to the pandemic, such as food and lodging, retail, and recreation.

    But more curiously, nearly 5%, or 4.8 million people, simply said they “did not want to be employed at this time.” And, perhaps, the crux of the Great Resignation is found by reading between those lines. Those very industries that are driving the revolt employ some of the most disenfranchised workers, often offering minimum wage for toiling long hours of manual labor—and their employees are starting to wake up to their collective bargaining power. [more]

  2. Cannabinoids from hemp prevent covid-19 coronavirus from entering human cells

    Hemp compounds identified by Oregon State University research via a chemical screening technique invented at OSU show the ability to prevent the virus that causes COVID-19 from entering human cells.

    Findings of the study led by Richard van Breemen, a researcher with Oregon State's Global Hemp Innovation Center, College of Pharmacy, and Linus Pauling Institute, were published on January 10, 2022, in the Journal of Natural Products.

    Hemp, known scientifically as Cannabis sativa, is a source of fiber, food, and animal feed, and multiple hemp extracts and compounds are added to cosmetics, body lotions, dietary supplements, and food, van Breemen said.

    Van Breemen and collaborators, including scientists at Oregon Health & Science University, found that a pair of cannabinoid acids bind to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, blocking a critical step in the process the virus uses to infect people.

    The compounds are cannabigerolic acid, or CBGA, and cannabidiolic acid, CBDA, and the spike protein is the same drug target used in COVID-19 vaccines and antibody therapy. A drug target is any molecule critical to the process a disease follows, meaning its disruption can thwart infection or disease progression. [more; light 'em up!]

    White House responds to SCOTUS blocking Biden’s vax mandate

    [globalist strawman] US President Joe Biden said he was “disappointed” with the court’s move to block his [ILLEGAL, UNCONSTITUTIONAL, UNETHICAL, ANTI-SCIENCE, BIO-WEAPON] vaccination mandate for large companies [tough shit, Joe - go away and stick your mandates!]

    Instead of enforcing the federal mandate, states and individual employers will now have to “determine whether to make their workplaces as safe as possible for employees” by separately requiring employees to get vaccinated, he added. [do that, and watch how your business goes downhill as vaxxed employees continue to sicken (and die) from the shot and others leave]

    A separate vaccination mandate pertaining to employees of federally funded healthcare facilities was upheld by the court in a 5-4 decision, with Biden saying it would “save lives.” [my perfusionist son is being pressured into taking this shot, which he's so far refused]

    The court’s three liberal judges, ​​Justices Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor, dissented, saying the government was addressing “workplace health emergencies.”

    In his own response to the Supreme Court’s decision, former President Donald Trump said that it was tantamount to “confirming what we all knew: Biden’s disastrous mandates are unconstitutional.” [more]

    Geomagnetic storm watch issued for Earth: Impact possible late Saturday

    According to NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), G1-class geomagnetic storm is forecast to impact the planet on January 15. . . they say the area of impact will primarily be poleward of 60 degrees Geomagnetic Latitude [more]

  3. Families separated at border not entitled to payouts

    Migrants to get no compensation for family splits under Trump, says DoJ [FJB!]

    The Biden administration landed in hot water when it was reported last month in the Wall Street Journal that it planned to pay up to $450,000 to each family that had been separated, blaming “the outrageous behavior of the last administration” for the need to do so and insisting that those who had been separated “deserve some kind of compensation, no matter what the circumstance.”

    Following an unprecedented flood of illegal immigrants over the border after his inauguration, the Biden administration has grudgingly shifted its open-borders policy back in the direction of Trump’s border regulations, including the controversial “remain in Mexico” policy, in which asylum-seekers must wait outside the US while their cases are being processed. [more]

    Pipeline spills 300,000 gallons of diesel near New Orleans, killing thousands of fish, birds and other animals

    A severely corroded pipeline ruptured and spilled more than 300,000 gallons (1.1 million liters) of diesel fuel just outside New Orleans after the operator delayed needed repairs, according to federal records.

    Most of the fuel drained into two artificial ponds called “borrow pits” and thousands of fish, birds and other animals were killed, state and local officials said Wednesday. The spill also contaminated soil, according to state and federal officials. [more]

    Thousands displaced, at least 15 dead after more floods and landslides in Minas Gerais, Brazil - 8 inches of rain in 24 hours

    Heavy rainfall of more than 200mm [~ 8"] in 24 hours in some areas has caused further flooding and landslides in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, where at least 15 people have died in the last few days. [more; 3 videos]

  4. [while here in s/e PA the weather people can't decide whether we're going to get a shitload (metric measure) of rain or a blizzard]
    6 die due to heavfall snow in Japan - 21 inches in just 12 hours, bad weather expected to continue

    In the 12-hour period up to 6 p.m. on Jan. 13, 55 centimeters
    [> 21"] of snowfall was recorded in the central Japan city of Joetsu, Niigata Prefecture, while the same prefecture's city of Tokamachi saw 46 cm. The village of Nozawaonsen in central Japan's Nagano Prefecture saw 34 cm, while the village of Shirakawa in neighboring Gifu Prefecture recorded 30 cm. [more; 3 videos]

    Expect rising inflation to stick around for at least another year! Increased costs in FARMING make its way down the food chain, impacting consumers

    Hutline made the comments shortly after it was revealed inflation rose at the fastest pace in nearly four decades in December, as rapid price gains fueled consumer fears about the economy and sent President Biden’s approval rating tumbling.

    The consumer price index rose 7% in December from a year ago, according to a new Labor Department report released Wednesday, marking the fastest increase since June 1982, when inflation hit 7.1%. [more; video, FJB!]

    Magnitude 6.6 earthquake strikes off Indonesia's Java island

    WAR IS AROUND THE CORNER: Ukraine hit by ‘massive’ cyber-attack on government websites

    Ukraine was hit by ‘massive’ cyber-attack on government websites on Thursday, January 13, 2021. Suspected Russian hackers left the following warning message: ‘Ukrainians … be afraid and expect worse.’ This comes after the EU has started a six-week, large-scale cyberattack exercise on supply chains, and an underwater internet cable was severed in Norway. [more; they say "suspected Russian hackers" but it could EASILY be a US or EU psy-op to get a war going; 2 videos]

  5. New law will mandate remote ‘kill switches’ in all new cars in the US!

    Buried deep within the massive infrastructure legislation recently signed by President Joe Biden is a little-noticed “safety” measure that will take effect in five years.

    Marketed to Congress as a benign tool to help prevent drunk driving, the measure will mandate that automobile manufacturers build into every car what amounts to a “vehicle kill switch.”

    A kill switch is a mechanism for switching off a machine abruptly, especially in an emergency. Since all cars are now controlled through a board computer, a new function will be installed for disabling your vehicle remotely. [more; so now your vehicle is wide open for hack attacks or abuse by the cops]

    Get ready: A major snowstorm is forecast to roar across the Midwest, South and East Coast

    A potent winter storm is forecast to wallop tens of millions of people across the central, southern and eastern USA with snow, ice, wind and rain over the next few days.

    The first area to see snow Friday will be the upper Midwest, where winter storm warnings, watches and weather advisories were issued by the National Weather Service. A wide swath of 6 to 12 inches of snowfall is expected to encompass the eastern Dakotas to western Minnesota and Iowa, AccuWeather said.

    "There will be a band of heavy snow that generally extends from the eastern Dakotas and Minnesota southward to at least much of Missouri and maybe the Ozarks in Arkansas," said AccuWeather meteorologist Matt Benz. Minneapolis, Des Moines, St. Louis and Kansas City are all in the path of the storm.

    The best chance for heavy snow is expected to be north and west of the Boston-Washington Interstate 95 corridor, from parts of Northern Virginia to Maine, said. [more]

    Colorado to 'aggressively assert' water rights with Nebraska

    Colorado's governor is warning he will “protect and aggressively assert” his state's water rights after Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts announced a plan to spend $500 million on a canal and reservoir project that includes claiming access to land in Colorado under a 99-year-old compact between the states.

    Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said he will work with Nebraska but wants more details about what the state has planned. His comments came as Ricketts released a proposed state budget Thursday detailing how he intends to fund the project. [more]