Friday, April 12, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-11

Full Hypothesis

Summary of Hypothesis

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: 'Zombie' Files:
2013-04-11 - Machete-wielding man foams at the mouth, wreaks havoc in neighborhood in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):
Note: Breathing hydrogen sulfide can cause pulmonary edema, chemical damage to lungs, foaming at the mouth, like the lions that suddenly sickened and started foaming at the mouth at a zoo in Berlin (Germany), as mentioned in the 2012-08-6 update. A naked man recently screamed at people and foamed at the mouth on a street in Willowick (Ohio), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update, just 3 weeks ago or so. A man attacked a student, while foaming at the mouth, at Smythe Academy campus in Sacramento (California), as mentioned in the 2012-10-17 update. A young man suddenly sickened, fell over, stopped breathing and foamed at the mouth in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand), as mentioned in the 2012-09-09 update. Four dogs died after suffering seizures and foaming at the mouth after walks in Riverside Park (New York), as mentioned in the 2012-09-11 update. More than 70 dogs died after seizures and foaming at the mouth in Moscow (Russia), as mentioned in the 2012-09-21 update.
The crazy behavior is likely the result of neurological damage (e.g. brain damage) caused by breathing neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide. The foaming at the mouth is probably the result of chemical damage to the lungs. So you end up with both sometimes: people (and animals) going crazy and foaming at the mouth. This event was, like the original face-eater incident, on the coast in Florida, downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. Like the face-eater, this man may have been a normal guy just hours before this event. This can affect anyone at any time now: you could be normal at noon and a crazy machete-wielding maniac foaming at the mouth an hour later...

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-11 - Underground fire erupts in downtown coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), power lost to some:

Quote: "I saw flames coming out of the ground on Carondelet."

Note: And yet another underground fire. There've been many of these the past year or so, and the number of such fires is clearly escalating. Hydrogen sulfide is an explosively flammable heavier-than-air gas and it will seek out the lowest-lying areas it can reach, such as underground electrical vaults, sewers, basements, etc. Hydrogen sulfide is also reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a charge running through it, like that found in underground electrical facilities as well as battery cables on vehicles...

2013-04-11 - Home explodes and burns on Jacks Springs Road near McCullough (Alabama), 1 injured:

Quote: "One neighbor said, 'I heard a big explosion and then my grandson called and said it just exploded. I am not sure on what happened. Just heard a very loud boom'."

Quote: "Elaine said her home, a more than 3,000-square-foot structure built in 1999, didn’t have any problems that would have caused the blast that she was aware of. 'The other day my husband said he smelled something that he thought was a dead rat,' she said."

Note: In low concentrations, hydrogen sulfide is said to smell like 'rotten eggs'. I wonder if the wood and other absorbent matrials in the house had absorbed some gas over time and he got a little whiff. Once the house had absorbed enough, just one spark might set off an explosion and fire, from static electricity, a stove's pilot light, electrified copper going to a light fixture, a rusted pipe, lotsa possibilities. From the name of the street, there's a spring nearby, a low-lying area where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate when the wind isn't blowing and from where it will blow when the wind picks up. Their home may have been hit with wave after wave of it over time, slowly absorbing the gas into absorbent materials until eventually...BOOM!

2013-04-11 - Brand new condo duplex explodes and burns in Fond du Lac (Wisconsin), near Lake Winnebago, 1 injured:

Quote: "No one was living inside at the time, but someone was in the process of moving in to the newly-constructed condo. Some of their furniture was found inside."

Note: Unoccupied homes and homes under construction and vacant buildings are all more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem than completed and well-insulated buildings. They're more exposed to the atmosphere. They don't have someone inside the home using fire regularly, which would burn off gases before they reach dangerous levels. They don't have people opening doors to let accumulated gases out. They're generally unheated and heat expands air and rises, which would help keep gases out.

2013-04-11 - Home explodes and burns in Fairfield, in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2013-04-11 - Hundreds of homes destroyed in two blazes in Mandalay (Myanmar), near the Irrawaddy River:

Quote: "The houses were mainly built out of wood and bamboo."

Note: Both flammable absorbent materials...

2013-04-11 - Brush fire erupts near San Diego Creek in Alice (Texas), homes threatened:

2013-04-11 - Brush fire erupts in Volusia County (Florida), near coastal Daytona Beach, homes threatened:

2013-04-11 - Boat explodes and burns at Hague Marina in the Socastee community on the Intracoastal Water (South Carolina):

Quote: "Police and bomb experts are expected to return to the scene of a boat explosion and fire on Friday to investigate what caused the incident Thursday at Hague Marina on the Intracoastal Waterway, where four other boats have burned in recent months."

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Coquihalla Highway near Kamloops (Canada):

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A34 near Whitchurch (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-20 near Abilene (Texas):

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Swedesburg (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at truck stop on Route 11 in Champlain (New York):

2013-04-11 - Box truck bursts into flame on Millhurst Road in Manalapan (New Jersey):

Quote: "The owner of the items, a 25-year-old Monroe woman, told police that the truck was full of appliances, clothes, and kitchen items. Firemen reported that furniture and boxes were also located in the truck."

Note: Clothes, furniture, boxes, all absorbent flammable materials...

2013-04-11 - Truck bursts into flame on I-80 in Tannersville (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-11 - Truck explodes at America's Car-Mart in Fayetteville (Arkansas):

2013-04-11 - Truck bursts into flame on I-75 in Gordon County (Georgia):

2013-04-11 - Truck bursts into flame outside home on Hartley Road in Luton (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Truck bursts into flame on the A30 near Sherborne (Britain), brakes ignited:

2013-04-11 - Minibus bursts into flame at garage in Raia (India):

2013-04-11 - Van bursts into flame while parked on Glen Falcon Road in Douglas on the Isle of Man:

2013-04-11 - SUV bursts into flame at high school in Rapid City (South Dakota):

2013-04-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 29 near Napa (California):

2013-04-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in Lowe's parking lot in Oconee (Georgia):

2013-04-11 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame in Cheltenham (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked in garage in Fairlawn (Ohio), fire damages garage and second car too:

2013-04-11 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in La Quinta (California):

2013-04-11 - Car bursts into flame, fire spreads to building, in Langar (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Car bursts into flame at 7-11 in Valley Stream (New York), on Long Island, near Oyster Bay:

Note: Car has '' emblazoned on the doors, so I'd guess it's insured...

2013-04-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked in driveway at home in Crowthorne (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Car bursts into flame at coastal Charmouth Beach (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame, fire spreads, destroys residence and second vehicle, in Lawrence Township (Ohio):

Note: That's why I've been suggesting you not park your vehicle(s) next to other vehicles or buildings. What might have been the loss of one vehicle ended up destroying two vehicles AND this family's home. I've seen this happen over and over and over. It can't be too fun to deal with losing everything in one fire...

2013-04-11 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Route 130 in Oldmans Township (New Jersey):

2013-04-11 - Two vehicles, yard equipment and detached garage damaged by fire at home near Random Lake (Wisconsin):

Note: That's in Sheboygan County, near Lake Michigan...

2013-04-11 - Barn and farm storage building destroyed by fire in Cayuga, Ontario (Canada), near the Grand River:

2013-04-11 - Barn / art studio destroyed by fire in Albemarle County (Virginia):

2013-04-11 - Barn damaged by fire in Copley (Ohio):

2013-04-11 - Barn damaged by fire in Oil Creek Township (Pennsylvania), near Titusville:

2013-04-11 - Warehouse destroyed by blaze in Solon (Iowa), near Lake MacBride:

Quote: "...Hansel Cabinet Co. and Wade Painting both operated out of the warehouse."

Note: I'd guess this fire began with the cabinet shop, since wood is an absorbent flammable material and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. As a consequence there have been MANY wood-related fires in the past year or so, including many cabinet businesses, but also wood-carving businesses, pallets and pallet companies, lumber companies, sawmills, wood shaving companies, gazebos, porches, utility poles, decks, carpentry shops in schools and prisons and at homes, and much more.

2013-04-11 - Utility pole bursts into flame in Nashville (Tennessee), hundreds lose power:

2013-04-11 - Transformer bursts into flame on utility pole in Lexington (Kentucky), 1000 homes lose power:

2013-04-11 - Huge fire breaks out at recycling plant in Eccles (Britain):

Quote: "The recycling plant handles a wide variety of products, including paper, cardboard, and general waste."

Note: All absorbent flammable materials. But actually this fire began when a shredding machine burst into flame. Well, if all the recyclables were contaminated with flammable hydrogen sulfide, then running that stuff through electricity-using machinery is apt to result in a fire (as hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper). And once the fire gets going, and you've got a bunch of contaminated flammable materials laying around, you're gonna get a big fire. There have been a whole lot of fires at recycling facilities and landfills this past year or so, and the problem appears to be getting worse, as would be expected...

2013-04-11 - Mulch bursts into flame at mulch yard in Nashville (Tennessee):

Note: Mulch is another flammable absorbent material. Also, above two fires, both in Nashville. That's a sign of a flammable gas plume blowing through the area, igniting here and there as it goes...

2013-04-11 - Pile of debris bursts into flame at the Klamath County Fairgrounds (Oregon):

Quote: "The debris of a structure that was recently demolished was intended to be lit during the air quality zone open burn period, which starts Saturday. But the pile got an early start Thursday night..."

Note: So it was the remnants of a torn-down building, which means there was probably wood and nails there...

2013-04-11 - Science lab catches fire at high school in Wheaton (Illinois):

Note: This fire occurred before school opened, so nobody was there. One day prior, a science building started smoldering and sickened 13 people in a HazMat incident at a college in Colorado Springs (Colorado), as mentioned in the 2013-04-10 update. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with numerous chemicals, two of which are sodium hydroxide and nitric acid, and both are apt to be found in school labs. So far, nobody has died in these events - and there have been quite a few now - but 13 students were injured by an explosion involving sodium hydroxide in Australia, as mentioned in the 2012-08-27 update. It's now very dangerous to be near any chemicals that are reactive with hydrogen sulfide. Eventually some kids are probably going to get killed. Also, a vacant home caught fire a few blocks away, same day, listed below. They say the fires aren't connected, but they actually were connected in at least one way: by the atmosphere.

2013-04-11 - Dumpster bursts into flame outside office building in Quincy (Massachusetts):

2013-04-11 - Lakeside home destroyed by fire in Standish (Maine), near Sebago Lake:

2013-04-11 - Home destroyed by fire in Stevens Point (Wisconsin), near the Wisconsin River Flowage:

2013-04-11 - Blaze tears through three vacant homes and an occupied home in York (Pennsylvania):

Note: It's increasingly dangerous to live near a vacant building, much less three of them...

2013-04-11 - Vacant home burns on Cabin Creek Road in Kanawha County (West Virginia):

2013-04-11 - Vacant house burns in St. Joseph (Missouri):

2013-04-11 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in North St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2013-04-11 - Vacant house burns in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2013-04-11 - Vacant home burns on Province Lake Road in Wakefield (New Hampshire):

2013-04-11 - Vacant house under renovation burns in East Savannah (Georgia):

2013-04-11 - Vacant home burns in Wheaton (Illinois):
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-11 - Fish seen floating dead in Stewart Lake in Woodbury (New Jersey):

Quote: "She has lived in the area for 15 years and this is the first time she’s seen a massive fish kill like this, but according to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Peters and her neighbors have nothing to worry about."

Note: Yeah, well, I think I'll believe the 15 years of experience in that area, personally. It's kinda funny how they're trying to keep people from noticing what's happening. If it's cold, then the cold killed the fish. If it's hot, then the heat killed the fish. If it's in between then it's the transition from cold to warmth that killed the fish. In other words, no matter when fish die, or what type, or how often, or where it occurs, you are supposed to believe that it's all completely normal. Uh huh, well, I call BS on that.

2013-04-11 - Dolphin washes ashore dead near the Oceanic Bridge in Middletown (New Jersey):

2013-04-11 - Man and woman, 38 and 53, found dead at home on the Gold Coast in Australia:

2013-04-11 - Mother and daughter, 107 and 69, found dead at home in Builth Wells (Britain):

Quote: "A Dyfed Powys police spokeswoman said their deaths were 'sudden'."

Note: Builth Wells sits at the confluence of the River Wye and the River Irfon, in the Welsh of the Wye Valley. And hey, I'm not saying the 107-year-old got cheated on her lifespan there. If it was just her that died, I wouldn't think anything of it. But they BOTH died, and they died suddenly...
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-11 - In separate incidents, two men, 28 and 35, found dead in Dumfries (Scotland), near the River Nith:

Note: Authorities say 'tragic coincidence'. Maybe so, maybe not. Same general area, same timeframe, same atmosphere...

2013-04-11 - Man and dog found dead at home in Detroit (Michigan):

Note: The day prior, a man and THREE dogs were found dead at home in Spearsville (Indiana), as mentioned in the 2013-04-10 update. Multiple fatalities in the same area in the same general timeframe, that's a possible sign of an environmental problem, like poisonous hydrogen sulfide blowing through...

2013-04-11 - Woman found dead in the A40 near the Holton Bridge in Wheatley (Britain):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-04-11 - Man, 30, found dead in lake in Colney Heath (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Missing man, 37, found dead in vehicle in St. Martin (Britain):

2013-04-11 - Woman, 37, found dead in hotel in Hanover Township (Pennsylvania), in the Lehigh Valley:

2013-04-11 - Man found dead in yard in Long Branch (New Jersey):

2013-04-11 - Man in his 40s found dead outside apartments in harbourside suburb of Darling Point in coastal Sydney (Australia):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-11 - Small plane makes belly landing in Scotsdale (Arizona), landing gear problem:

2013-04-11 - Small plane goes missing near the Gulf of Guinea off the coast of West Africa:

2013-04-11 - Freight train derails near Corona (New Mexico), brush fire erupts:

2013-04-11 - Charter bus blows tire, overturns, rolls several times, outside Dallas (Texas), 2 killed, 36 injured:

Quote: "Witnesses say the bus may have blown a tire and rolled several times during the crash."

Quote: "Haschel said the bus went off the right side of the road, hit a barrier, swerved left across lanes of traffic and struck a concrete median in a grassy area. 'It rode up on top of that concrete barrier, and then rolled on its right hand side where it came to rest,' Haschel said."

Note: As mentioned, hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed into tire rubber. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction burns hotter than normal (since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot), and then bad things can happen: tires ignite or explode, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This problem hits massive vehicles most because massive vehicles require more brake-friction to slow and they also tend to have more tires. Such vehicles include buses like this one, tanker trucks, tractor trailers, large RVs, dump trucks, cement trucks, etc.

2013-04-11 - Passenger bus overturns, bursts into flame, near water works area in Gopalpur (India), 16 injured:

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer overturns in Maiden (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-04-11 - Tractor trailer overturns on Bundy Canyon Road near Lake Elsinore (California):

2013-04-11 - Concrete truck overturns in Sonora (California), 1 injured:

2013-04-11 - RV loses tire, veers off road, hangs over embankment, on Water Canyon Road in Mojave (California):

2013-04-11 - Minivan veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Winchester (Canada), 2 injured:

2013-04-11 - Pickup truck veers off road, goes airborne, hits utility box, bursts into flame, in Webster County (Iowa), 1 killed:

2013-04-11 - Car and pickup collide head-on, on I-10 in downtown Houston (Texas), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-04-11 - Car crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, in Great Waldingfield (Britain), 1 lightly injured:

2013-04-11 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Rehoboth (Massachusetts), near the coast, 2 injured:
Animal Attacks

2013-04-11 - Beaver attacks man and kills him near Lake Shestakov (Belarus):

Quote: "Earlier this week a video was posted on YouTube showing a man in the Tver region, northwest of Moscow, running away from a beaver who charged at him as he was filming in the area. Last year in the US two girls were mauled by a beaver in a lake in Virginia as they swam. They suffered serious bite and scratch injuries. A man was also attacked in New York and an elderly woman in Washington."

2013-04-11 - Sinkhole opens up on street in coastal Chula Vista (California):

Quote: "Crews told NBC 7 the sinkhole was not caused by a water main break."

Note: Methane was found in the soil near 19 homes in Santa Maria (California) not long ago, as mentioned in the 2013-01-18 update. Where'd that come from? It's a lighter than air gas so it had to come from below. Methane hydrate deposits below the ground along coasts may now be dissociating, transforming from solid (methane hydrate) to liquid (water) and gas (methane). As that happens, the ground may subside, resulting in landslides, sinkholes, etc.

2013-04-11 - Giant sinkhole more than 300 feet deep (!) opens up in central region of Portugal:

2013-04-11 - Sinkhole 30 feet across and 30 feet deep opens up on US 224 near Willard (Ohio):

2013-04-11 - Charred corpse found in burned-out car in burned garage at vacant home in Orlando (Florida):

Note: Blamed on homicide, so I put it here, just to have a record of the event...


  1. The Wheaton, ILL. fires were within a few blocks of each other so this is very strong evidence for proof of gas plumes blowing through the area. And once again there is no obvious reason for a cause of the fires.

    "Investigators do not believe anyone intentionally started the two fires within blocks of each other in Wheaton Thursday morning, or that the two fires were related, according to a news release from the Wheaton Fire Department.

    A small fire broke out about 7 a.m. in a science storage room at Wheaton North High School just before students started first period. The school's sprinkler system activated and stopped the fire. Students were evacuated to the stadium and returned to classes later Thursday morning.

    A fire started about 7:10 a.m. a few blocks away from the school at a vacant house at 25W330 Armbrust Ave.

    According to the release, "While the exact causes of each fire remain undetermined, the fire investigators do not believe at this time that either fire was intentionally started nor do they believe at this time that the two fires were related to each other."

    1. Yep, once you know what to look for, you can see it everywhere. It's all around us now, whittling away at us, at our civilization. It reminds me of that scene in the Matrix:

      Morpheus: "The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us. Even now, in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work… when you go to church… when you pay your taxes."

      And just like in the movie, most people can't see past the illusion they are being sold as reality - maybe wouldn't even want to, because reality is getting more ugly every day now. The blue pill - everything's normal, everything's fine - is probably pretty tasty. This is even sorta like the Matrix with the people suddenly dropping dead too, like when the bad dude unplugged people and they suddenly collapsed to the ground dead inside the Matrix.

      Me, I'll take the red pill; I don't want illusions.

    2. Thankfully you chose the red pill but unfortunately most people would rather take the blue pill. I had no choice in taking the red pill. It happened one day when my head slammed into the steering wheel (hitting at the left edge of my skull) & my reality was forever changed. The person who crashed into me forced me to take the red pill & I immediately entered the Matrix. Because of the type of person I am I would have taken the red pill anyway but I would have preferred doing it on my own terms & not being 'force fed'. Most people won't wake up until it affects them on a personal level like when buildings on their property explode & burn or their vehicle starts on fire 'for no obvious reason'! The controlled media won't report on it until it is so obvious that they can't deny it anymore and have no choice but to report on it. If it wasn't for the alternate media (I heard about it on Nuked Radio) maybe I would never have found out about the JJFH blog.

  2. Some more links to probably related events in german-speaking countries. (April 11th or newer),1472866,22302500.html;art1157835,1946920

    1. Wow! Well, I figured if we were getting hit, everyone else must be too, and now I see it is so. How'd you do that? You speak German? Or is there a trick us non-German-speakers can use? Either way, thanks! And at least the links are here now. I couldn't understand much, but I saw a big ol' explosion, the charred hulk of a bus, and a burning sports car.

    2. Gonna try Google Translate on those later too. Just busy rolling out a bunch of plants for my garden today. Plants produce oxygen, the bees could use some help, and the ancient bacteria that produce hydrogen sulfide hate oxygen, so even if it's a very small thing, at least it makes me feel like I'm doing *something*. (Plus, fresh veggies are good. Heh.)

    3. I translated some parts of these news for you.

      JumpingJackFlashGermanNews 2013-04-13

      Die Brandursache ist noch vollkommen unklar.
      The cause of the fire is totally unclear.
      Sportwagen geht in Flammen auf. Der rote Sportwagen eines Clubbing-Veranstalters hatte wegen eines technischen Defekts Feuer gefangen.
      Sportscar bursts into flames. The red Lotus caught fire while on the road, due to "technical failure"
      Feuer in der Gartenhütte. Die weiteren Ermittlungen ergaben, dass das Feuer neben der Gartenhütte im Bereich einer Kunststofftonne ausgebrochen

      war. Hinweise auf eine vorsätzliche Inbrandsetzung habe es bislang nicht gegeben.
      Shaq bursts into flames. Futher investigations indicate the fire starte in the proximity of a plastic barrell. No indication of arson.
      Von Linienbus bleibt nun noch Gerippe übrig – Gelenkbus auf Autobahn 29 komplett ausgebrannt. Ein Fahrgast hatte plötzlich im hinteren Teil des

      Gelenkbusses Rauchentwicklung bemerkt und den Busfahrer informiert.
      Bus left with only skeleton - completely burned out. A passenger noticed smoke coming from the back of the bus.
      Gestern Freitag, kurz vor 13:00 Uhr, sind mehrere Wohnwagen auf dem Campingplatz am Baggersee in Brand geraten.
      Three Trailers on a campground at a quarry pond burst into flames.,1472866,22302500.html
      In der Nacht von Freitag auf Samstag bricht im Keller des Gebäudes ein Feuer aus.
      The fire started in the basement of a hospital in hanau.;art1157835,1946920
      Nach einem Brand in ihrem Keller ist die Freiburger Universitätskinderklinik am Samstag geräumt worden.
      This fire started in the basement of a children's hospital in freiburg.
      Bei einer Explosion in einer Kohlemine im Südwesten Chinas sind mindestens sieben Menschen ums Leben gekommen. Ersten Erkenntnissen zufolge soll es

      wegen der unerlaubten Öffnung eines versiegelten Schachts zu der Explosion gekommen sein.
      Explosion in a chinese coal mine due to a forbidden opening of a sealed shaft.
      Ursache der Explosion ist zur Zeit noch unbekannt.
      Explosion at Volkswagen. Reason still unknown.

  3. Got some more:

    Dead People Category (2013-04-10 to 2013-04-13)
    Man drowns in RIVER. Alcohol poisoning given as reason
    Dead body floating in Zürich See (Zurich LAKE);art1491,2773976
    Dead body found in RIVER Enz. The Man was confused desorianted.
    Dead Man found in his car on a parking lot. Cause of death is unkonown.
    44 yo Woman found dead in front of her house in UckerMARK. Police wouldn't comment on the cause of death.,20641266,22362098.html
    Toter Taucher im Cospudener See bei Leipzig entdeckt.
    Dead diver found in LAKE near Leipzig

    Oh, and btw, I was born and raised in Germany, so it's not that hard :) Gotta make myself a blogger account. hate beeing an anon.

    1. Well, you're kind of awesome! Clearly you know what to look for, and you are finding it, as I'm sure anyone in any country would, since this is a planetary problem, not a regional problem. And even though I was sure people WOULD see it if they looked, watching you find all of this still sends a shiver of dread up my spine!

      The closest I have come to understanding German is using Google Translate on Rammstein lyrics.

    2. Allright, got my blogger account now. If you don't mind spamming your comment section, i'll keep you updated about the german-speaking news.

      Hehe, you a shiver of dread crawling up your spine? Imagine how I felt when I discovered and read your blog. Interesting times we're living in...

    3. Please feel free to keep on truckin'! I don't consider that spamming at all - that's info! I'm gonna try to add some of these to the event lists, though probably not today since the garden ate up too much of my time today.

      Sorry about the bad news. Like the saying goes, 'Don't shoot the messenger!' This wasn't MY idea, this happening to the Earth! I had a nice quiet peaceful rest of my life planned out, didn't see THIS coming! As the saying goes, 'Oh Sh#t!' LMAO.

    4. yeah I probably should have written 'spamming' :)

      Don't feel sorry for putting the info out. I'm actually glad you do. As the other saying goes... "the truth will set you free. But first it will piss you off!"

    5. oh and this is for you jonny! and all you others out there, seeking for truth love and knowledge:

  4. more..

    Brand in Kfz-Werkstatt - 23-Jähriger erleidet schwere Verletzungen
    Fire at a car service station -23 yo badly injured.
    "Reason for the fire is unkonwon at the time",2556222
    58-Jähriger stirbt bei einem Hausbrand
    58 yo dies in hoese fire
    "A 30 yo tenant smelled smoke in his appartment on the first floor and heard a bang downstairs."
    "It is also unknown what caused the bang. Assumptions about it are 'pure speculation' said a press spokesman"

    Brand in Halle
    Fire in a hall
    "The hall of a metal-processing factory located in the port area of Straubing caught fire."
    "Aluminum dust had probably been ignited in the exhaust extraction system."

    Verpuffung im Neustädter Hafen
    Deflagration in Neustadt Harbor
    "There was a deflagration in the engine room, we could not detect a fire."
    "A laboratory worker detectet the smell of exhaust gases"

    Consternation in Spain: Fire destroys Bermeo's historic downtown
    "For reasons yet unknown a fire breaks out close to the harbor and destroys several houses."
    "Since the historic downtown's houses are all built with wood, the fire could spread quickly"