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: Other Stories Of Interest
2014-10-22 - Earthquakes on the rise around the world, great earthquakes (8.0+) up 265% in the last decade:
Quote: "During the past decade from December 2004 to present 18 great (Mw = 8.0) earthquakes occurred globally (~1.8 per year), compared to 71 from 1900 to mid-2004 (~0.68 per year), yielding an effective rate increase of 265%. Six events had Mw = 8.5, larger than any prior event since the 1965 Rat Islands earthquake."
Note: It's not just earthquakes on the rise, but also volcanic activity, with 2013 being the record year in recorded history in terms of the number of volcanic eruptions. Both the rise in earthquakes and the rise in volcanism were predicted by MISA Theory.
The quakes we could probably shake off (heh), although when they damage nuclear plants, that's obviously a big problem. The volcanism, however, results in heat reaching the ocean floors, which releases the methane frozen in the methane clathrate deposits and expands the viable habitat for the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide, and the combination of massive methane and hydrogen sulfide releases results in planetary extinction events. And that's where we are today: quakes on the rise, volcanism on the rise, methane releases spreading, noxious odors of unknown origin hitting us randomly, life dying off everywhere, fires and explosions destroying civilization, the Sun appearing brighter and whiter, and mysterious 'boom sounds' shaking homes and alarming people around the world, sometimes accompanied by a 'flash of light'.
There is no magic cure for these ills. No technology can stop the forces that are now in motion. As powerful as we may think we are, we are puny compared to the power of the Earth. The surface of the planet is not going to be habitable by human beings for much longer. Considering the fact that you could be poisoned to death or incinerated at any time, including today, it could be argued that it's not particularly habitable now. We can pursue Plan B possibilities and create survivable habitats underground or underwater or off-planet (Moon, Mars, asteroids, orbit), or we can continue to do nothing and wait for our turn to be burned to death or poisoned to death or killed by indirect effects like vehicular accidents or homes collapsing or starvation.
2014-10-22 - Responders train for 10-kiloton nuclear explosion in Times Square in coastal New York City (New York):
Quote: "The city’s Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a 10-kiloton nuclear device exploding at 42nd Street and Seventh Avenue in Times Square, WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported. According to the exercise, 100,000 people were instantly killed; a wave of overpressure took down buildings for a half-mile radius and did damage for up to two miles; and a radiation cloud swept over the region."
Note: Say, that's 'coincidentally' right around the upper limit for the destructive force of a big methane cloud exploding. Right off the East Coast, a 2.5 gigaton methane clathrate deposit is now dissociating (melting). There is enough explosive power in just that one deposit to generate 250,000 of these 10-kiloton explosions if the gas were efficiently distributed and detonated (which won't happen). If the wind blows a dense cloud westward, however, then a cloud could explode in Times Square just like they trained for here. There wouldn't be any radiation from such an explosion, nor any EMP, but everything else would be the same, including the 100,000 people instantly killed. Could be that the government might set off a small fission bomb to disguise what happened though, and then there WOULD be radiation and an EMP. No major increase in the body count though. Would they go to such lengths to continue to hide the truth from the sleepy and dying masses? I don't know. Seems like a 'maybe' there.
2014-10-22 - Hydrogen sulfide causing increasing numbers of problems in at least four states:
Quote: "Neither the states nor the federal government tracks the amount of hydrogen sulfide production, but complaints and permitting related to hydrogen sulfide are growing in four states, according to documents and interviews."
Quote: "Some of the new shale fields, though, have high levels of hydrogen sulfide. Parts of the Eagle Ford field have a maximum concentration of 68,000 parts per million, 130 times the lethal level, according to Railroad Commission data. Parts of the Wolfcamp and Spraberry fields, discovered in Ector County, have levels even higher -- 80,000 to 123,000 parts per million, according to Railroad Commission records."
Note: The second link (PDF) contains a list of areas and the respective concentrations of hydrogen sulfide found in the gas/oil the last time it was checked. I don't know how comprehensive that list is but I doubt it's very comprehensive. In any case, we'd best get that gas/oil out of the ground or it's going to continue getting more 'sour' and it will eventually explode out of the ground on its own just like those recent huge Siberian methane explosion craters, but with waaaay more poison gas. In fact, I don't think we CAN get enough of it out of the ground to prevent that entirely no matter what we do or how hard we try, so ultimately towns and cities will get wiped out as pockets of methane and hydrogen sulfide spontaneously explode out of the ground and blow over populated areas.
2014-10-22 - Residential building explodes at 5 AM in Katowice (Poland), at least 3 killed:
Quote: "Thursday's incident marks the second gas explosion in Silesia this month. Victims of an apparent methane explosion at the Myslowice-Wesola colliery were taken to the Siemanowice-Slaskie burns centre following on 6 October."
2014-10-22 - Underground electrical explosion erupts near the Pacific Coast Highway in coastal Malibu (California), blackouts ensue:
2014-10-22 - Underground electrical explosion and fire blows manholes off in Ann Arbor (Michigan):
2014-10-22 - Transformer explodes in Medfield (Massachusetts), blackouts ensue:
2014-10-22 - Transformer bursts into flame on Canal Road in Dover Township (Ohio), blackouts ensue:
2014-10-22 - Utility pole bursts into flame on street in coastal Seattle (Washington):
2014-10-22 - Electrical substation explodes and burns in Leigh Park in coastal Havant (Britain), blackouts ensue:
2014-10-22 - Big pile of pallets, some vehicles and barn destroyed by massive fire just before 5 AM in Gilroy (California):
Quote: "A fire on the east side of Gilroy burned so intensely before sunrise Wednesday that a heat signature could be seen on the National Weather Service's satellite imagery. The fire ignited around 4 a.m. on a ranch along Ferguson Road. A barn, several vehicles, and piles of pallets were destroyed as the blaze continued burning for eight hours."
2014-10-22 - Metal business warehouse damaged by fire in Newberry Township (Pennsylvania):
Quote: "The fire was first reported at about 7:54 a.m. along the 2800 block of Lewisberry Road, at a building occupied by York Haven Fabricators, according to York County 911."
Note: Sheet metal contractors...
2014-10-22 - Iconic riverfront restaurant-marina destroyed by fire at 6 AM in Pefferlaw (Canada):
2014-10-22 - Landfill erupts in flame at 5:30 AM in Rockhampton (Australia), near the coast:
2014-10-22 - Cargo ship 'Myrte' bursts into flame, disabled, near coastal Fair Isle in the Shetland Islands (Scotland):
2014-10-22 - Ferry boat bursts into flame near Lazo in the Shetland Islands (Scotland):
Note: So two big ships catching fire in the Shetland Islands on the same day. Coincidence? Doubtful...
2014-10-22 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on I-75 in Erlanger (Kentucky):
2014-10-22 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street at Burari Chowk in Delhi (India):
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Hollywood (Florida):
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 near Dandridge (Tennessee):
Quote: "The fire started after a tire on the rig blew — possibly caused by a brake fire. The flames may have burned through a fuel line, and the tractor and trailer were quickly engulfed in flames."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Massive vehicles such as big RVs, buses, tanker trucks, tractor trailers, dump trucks, and car-haulers will be destroyed by fire in escalating numbers after tires or brakes ignite."
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 129 in Trenton (New Jersey):
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 1:58 AM on the A50 near Sudbury (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Tractor (excavator) bursts into flame at business in coastal Severn Beach (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Box truck bursts into flame on US 41 in Appleton (Wisconsin):
2014-10-22 - RV and shed destroyed by fire at 3:01 AM on Foster Road in Parkeston (Britain):
2014-10-22 - RV bursts into flame at 6:25 AM while parked at mall in Medicine Hat (Canada), nobody there:
2014-10-22 - RV bursts into flame on the M4 in coastal Newport (Britain):
2014-10-22 - RV bursts into flame on Hawthorn Avenue in coastal Hull (Britain):
Quote: "Greek Street, Hawthorn Avenue, Hull. Incident occurred on Tue 21 Oct 2014 20:25 (16760). Small touring caravan on fire. Two hose reels in use."
Note: They don't have a direct link so this will scroll off fast, so I quoted the entire incident entry...
2014-10-22 - Delivery van bursts into flame on Allara Street in Canberra (Australia):
2014-10-22 - Van bursts into flame on State Highway 1 near coastal Waimate (New Zealand):
2014-10-22 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at museum on coastal Long Island (New York):
Note: Doesn't look like the car next to it fared too well either...
2014-10-22 - SUV bursts into flame at 12:39 AM while parked on Ridgeway Avenue in Avondale (Ohio):
2014-10-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while being towed, on I-5 in Albany (Oregon):
2014-10-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at intersection in Waco (Texas):
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on Route 78 in Warren (New Jersey):
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame at KFC in Sterling (Illinois):
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on Paddock Drive in Newcastle (South Africa):
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame at 1:30 AM while parked near university in coastal Brighton (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame while parked at golf club, fire spreads, five more vehicles burned too, in Carmarthen (Britain):
Quote: "A car was severely damaged by a suspected engine fire while parked at Carmarthen Golf Club. Five other vehicles were also damaged by heat and smoke from the burning car shortly before 11am this morning (Wednesday)."
Note: Just another parking lot of vehicles going up in flames, nothing weird about that...
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on Fridaybridge Road in Elm (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on Alphington Road in Exeter (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-64 in Goochland County (Virginia):
2014-10-22 - Vehicle destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM, home heavily damaged, in Red Bank (New Jersey), pet killed:
Quote: "Shortly before 12:30 a.m., emergency responders were called to a home on Madison Avenue for a reported house fire, Red Bank Police Chief Darren McConnell said via email. Firefighters arrived to find the front porch area and a vehicle in the driveway fully involved, McConnell said."
Note: I bet that vehicle burst into flame while it was parked there, then wind blew the flames onto the porch and pretty much destroyed that home. The text says damaged but the picture says destroyed...
2014-10-22 - Truck leasing business hit by fire in Memphis (Tennessee):
2014-10-22 - Truck service business damaged by fire in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:
2014-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire at 11 PM in the Town of Newstead (New York):
2014-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire on West Riverside Drive in Saranac (Michigan), 70 chicks killed:
2014-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Goshen (Indiana):
2014-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Swift Current (Canada), 1000 chicks killed:
2014-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire on Baker Road in Niagara Falls (Canada):
2014-10-22 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Claybrooke Magna (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Garage bursts into flame at home shortly before 11 PM in Conway (South Carolina), near the coast:
2014-10-22 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, in Wausau (Wisconsin), nobody there:
2014-10-22 - Mobile home destroyed by fire in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):
2014-10-22 - Home damaged by fire just after 2 AM in White Bear Lake (Minnesota):
2014-10-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours on Water Bend Way in Johns Creek (Georgia):
2014-10-22 - Apartment building heavily damaged by blaze on Mineral Spring Avenue in coastal Pawtucket (Rhode Island):
2014-10-22 - Apartment complex damaged by fire at 3:30 AM in Brier Creek area of Raleigh (North Carolina):
2014-10-22 - Deadly fire damages apartment in Manchester (New Hampshire), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Deadly fire burns home in Northport (Alabama), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Deadly fire damages home in Cheektowaga (New York), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Deadly blaze rips through home near Creedmoor (North Carolina), 2 killed:
2014-10-22 - Deadly fire heavily damages home at 6:20 AM in Blacksburg (Virginia), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Deadly fire damages two homes at 1:20 AM in McKinney (Texas), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Vacant daycare burns in Memphis (Tennessee):
2014-10-22 - Vacant clubhouse burns at golf course in Cheltenham Township (Pennsylvania):
2014-10-22 - Vacant factory burns at 4:30 AM in Detroit (Michigan):
2014-10-22 - Vacant power plant building burns at 1 AM at university in West Lafayette (Indiana):
2014-10-22 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead in coastal Jembrana Regency in Bali (Indonesia):
2014-10-22 - Large numbers of fish dying in two rivers in Itapetininga (Brazil):
2014-10-22 - Large number of fish dying in river in Muriae (Brazil):
2014-10-22 - Two workers, men, die at wastewater treatment plant near El Paso (Texas):
2014-10-22 - Four high school students go for a bath, next seen dead in canal, in Bhubaneswar (India):
Note: Sounds similar to the family of four found dead at Henry Hagg Lake (Oregon) in August, mentioned in the 2014-08-25 update. More than 200 people sickened after swimming at Horseshoe Lake near Mount Saint Helens (Washington), mentioned in the 2014-07-16 update. More than a dozen people sickened after swimming in Blue Lake in Blue Lake Park (Oregon), also mentioned in the 2014-07-16 update. And of course there have been many thousands of people found mysteriously dead in or near bodies of water in recent times. Hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble and it's a heavier-than-air gas so it tends to flow to all the same places that water does. Touch contaminated water and you can sicken and/or die. The water may be perfectly fine in one area but deadly 20 feet away. The deadliness may vary vertically up and down the water column too. You'll never know ahead of time if the water's contaminated or not, so it's probably best to assume it's not safe since the consequences if you make the opposite assumption and you're wrong can so easily be fatal...
2014-10-22 - Person found burned to death in burned-out car at quarry in Athens (Georgia):
2014-10-22 - Man, 52, drives into coastal Coos Bay and dies near the McCullough Bridge in North Bend (Oregon):
2014-10-22 - Man drives into pond and dies near Bessemer City (North Carolina):
2014-10-22 - Man, 56, drops dead near the Petaluma River in Petaluma (California), third corpse this month:
Quote: "On Tuesday night, police found the body of a local man who was believed to be homeless at Cavanaugh Landing off Weller Street near the downtown river turning basin. There were no signs of trauma or foul play, Sgt. Ed Crosby said. The man had been identified but his name was being withheld until his family could be notified. Two other homeless men, Michael Todd Coleman, 57, and Douglas Stewart Hall, 62, were found dead this month, both along waterways."
Quote: "Since August 2013, at least 10 people have been found dead outdoors in Petaluma, mostly along the railroad tracks or Petaluma River, favored locations for homeless people."
Note: Homeless people are outdoors virtually all the time, fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide blowing by, so of course they're dying off hard. They also often sleep on the ground, which just makes things worse. Railroad tracks are often in valleys gouged out of the Earth for efficiency, so heavier-than-air hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate in such places. I've seen numerous anecdotal comments from people over the past few years saying things like, 'Where'd all the homeless people go?' The answer is obvious: they're dead!
2014-10-22 - Man, 67, found dead next to surfboard in Calumet Park in coastal La Jolla (California):
2014-10-22 - Man found dead at recycling center in Milpitas, near coastal San Jose (California):
Note: No signs of injury or foul play. This has happened a number of times. Trash is usually outside, fully exposed to the atmosphere, so it's adsorbing hydrogen sulfide. Then people go through the trash looking for cans or whatever and they get contact poisoned and drop dead, then their corpses end up at a recycling center, sometimes - like this man - with no sign of what killed him. (Sometimes the bodies get mangled by trash trucks or other machinery too.) When this happens it's kinda like we're recycling our own corpses as we die. You don't get more environmentally friendly than that! There's really no way to tell what's been contaminated, so it's probably best to minimize what you touch, especially outdoors or in basements or underground carparks or tunnels and the like...
2014-10-22 - Man, 25, found dead in tunnel in Flagstaff (Arizona):
2014-10-22 - Man, 40, drops dead near Worley Crossroads in Jasper (Georgia):
2014-10-22 - Man, 65, found dead in the Titus Lake region near the Village of Malone (New York):
2014-10-22 - Man, 20, falls into canal and dies, in Sidharth Nagar (India):
2014-10-22 - Man, 50, found dead in car at Tesco carpark in coastal London (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Royal Navy man found dead at home in coastal Plymouth (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Small plane takes off then crashes into wash and bursts into flame, in Fort Mohave (Arizona), 1 lightly injured:
2014-10-22 - Brakes malfunction, gravel truck overturns in Copiah County (Mississippi), 1 injured:
2014-10-22 - Three tractor trailers crash on the M62 near Milnrow (Britain), near the River Beal, at least 1 injured:
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer hauling cattle overturns at 3:30 AM on I-70 near Abilene (Kansas), some cows killed:
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer hauling cattle overturns at 3:30 AM, on I-20 in Gregg County (Texas), some cows killed:
2014-10-22 - Tractor trailer overturns in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 2 injured:
2014-10-22 - Minivan veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, near Battle Creek (Michigan), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, one bursts into flame, in Putnam County (Florida), 1 killed, 1 injured:
2014-10-22 - Pickup truck and car collide head-on, near River Road in Goochland (Virginia), 3 injured:
2014-10-22 - Pickup truck and car collide head-on at 6:23 AM, near Milton (Delaware), 1 killed, 1 injured:
2014-10-22 - Car slams head-on into semi at 5:18 AM, bursts into flame, on I-15 in Rancho Cucamonga (California), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Belleville (Illinois), 1 killed, 2 injured:
2014-10-22 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Lancaster (Massachusetts), 1 injured:
Quote: "The accident occurred in front of River Terrace Nursing Home."
2014-10-22 - Two cars crash, both burst into flame, on road in Upper Bucklebury, Reading (Britain):
2014-10-22 - Car overturns before 7 AM, bursts into flame, near Barron (Wisconsin), 1 killed:
2014-10-22 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Kings Beach, near Lake Tahoe, 2 injured:
Quote: "Both men were airlifted to Renown Medical Center in Reno with broken femurs."
Note: Ship 'em off to a Femur Camp!
2014-10-22 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Lynn Township (Pennsylvania), 2 killed:
2014-10-22 - Shark attacks surfer, bites board, woman okay, off Waipuilani Beach Park in Kihei (Hawaii):
Quote: "The shoreline from the old Suda Store to Kalama Beach Park was closed Wednesday, following the third encounter between a surfer/paddleboarder and a shark in a four-day period on Maui."
2014-10-22 - Man attacked and injured by his own pit bull, in coastal Cocoa (Florida):
Quote: "The attack happened on Lucas Lane in Cocoa and eyewitnesses claim the dog bites left the man bleeding heavily, officials said. The dog mauled both of the man's arms, leaving large amounts of blood in several places in the yard and in the street, investigators said. Paramedics said the man had blood coming from at least one artery."
2014-10-22 - Bear attacks and kills man in the Bieszczady Mountains (Poland):
Quote: "GOPR has stressed that this is the first such incident in the Bieszczady region in 50 years."
2014-10-22 - Sinkhole opens on street in Clarksville (Tennessee):
2014-10-22 - Sinkhole opens on the Greenway in North Augusta (South Carolina):
2014-10-22 - Major power outage blacks out 30,000 homes for half an hour in Ottawa (Canada):
2014-10-22 - Man, 49, goes fishing, goes missing, empty 'ghost boat' found, at Percy Priest Lake (Tennessee):
Quote: "Stafford, 49, of Antioch, entered the lake around Noon. His family last heard from him around 4 p.m. when he sent a text saying he had just caught a fish. He did not show any signs of distress his family said. Coordinates from Stafford's cell phone were used to find his bass boat. It was located around 9 p.m. but there was no sign of Stafford."
2014-10-22 - Child and another person sicken on passenger planes flying into Chicago (Illinois):
Quote: "The child was one of two patients placed in emergency medical care Tuesday after becoming ill aboard Chicago-bound flights."
2014-10-22 - Firefighting drones unveiled in Reno (Nevada):
2014-10-22 - Four unrepaired sinkhole houses for sale in Florida:
Quote: "4 UNREPAIRED SINKHOLE HOMES FOR SALE! BY OWNER OWNED FREE AND CLEAR."
Note: LMAO, no thanks!