Monday, April 29, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-28

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: Fires And Explosions
2013-04-28 - Huge inferno destroys or damages about 30 boats at Riveredge Marina in Ashland (New Hampshire):
Note: The record for most boats destroyed in one fire remains at 58, which were incinerated in a humongous blaze at a marina on Norris Lake in Lafollette (Tennessee), as mentioned in the 2012-09-10 update...

2013-04-28 - Apartment block hit by huge explosion in Reims (France), 10 apartments destroyed, at least 2 killed, 10 injured:

Quote: "This is the latest such accident to occur in the Marne department this month. At the beginning of April, four people from the same family were killed and another person was seriously injured when a gas explosion devastated their council flat in Witry-les-Reims, not far from the scene of Sunday's accident."

2013-04-28 - Massive fire tears through Museum of Danish Resistance in coastal Copenhagen (Denmark), majority of artifacts saved:

Quote: "The wooden building, located close to the waterfront, was built specifically for its purpose in the 1950s, Schilling said."

2013-04-28 - Huge inferno destroys hundreds of scrap cars at auto salvage business in coastal Kirkcaldy, Fife (Scotland):

Quote: "At least 70 firefighters are tackling a large blaze at a scrapyard where hundreds of vehicles have gone up in flames. One crew member was taken to hospital for a precautionary check when a car exploded near him at the yard on the Randolf Industrial Estate in Kirkcaldy, Fife."

2013-04-28 - Fire erupts in collapsed clothing factory near Dhaka (Bangladesh), rescue efforts interrupted, 3 injured:

Note: I mentioned this building collapse in the 2013-04-23 update. I wondered then if a collapsed building full of absorbent flammable clothing - now fully exposed to the atmosphere and any flammable hydrogen sulfide or methane blowing through - might not end up catching fire, especially considering the other recent devastating fires in clothing factories there. Looks like, yes, it might catch fire, and it did...

2013-04-28 - Huge fire engulfs chicken feed plant in Hyderabad (Pakistan):

Quote: "The owner of factory, A-One Feed, initially put monetary losses at around Rs10 million while speaking to reporters at the site."

Note: Chicken feed is another flammable absorbent material, so this fire is actually very much like the wood pellet bioenergy plant that exploded and burned a couple of days prior in North Clarendon (Vermont), as mentioned in the 2013-04-27 update...

2013-04-28 - Two massive gorse fires erupt along the A30 near the Iron Bridge (Britain):

Quote: "Massive gorse fires broke out at two separate areas near the A30 yesterday. Firefighters said a blaze on Goss Moor near the Iron Bridge was 200m wide and was fanned by high winds in the evening."

2013-04-28 - Four vehicles catch fire in towing and auction yard in Portland (Oregon):

2013-04-28 - Five vehicles burst into flame in apartment complex parking lot in Hilliard (Florida):

Quote: "William Dishman's Comcast van was one of five cars burned at the complex in Hilliard at around 2 a.m. Sunday."

Quote: "'It's definitely random because it's so many different vehicles you know not everybody has the same enemy,' said Hallman."

Note: Wee hours again. This was the second time this week that vehicles have burst into flame there. Also, everyone DOES have the same enemy: the atmosphere. It's just gonne be kinda random who gets victimized with each event. And who knows, maybe this IS arson. Didn't see any mention of surveillance footage, or witnesses or a motive though, and without at least one of those, I'm not making any assumptions or automatically jumping onto the arson bandwagon, not after seeing all the OTHER vehicles bursting into flame everywhere...

2013-04-28 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Bank Street in Ashford (Britain):

2013-04-28 - RV and car burst into flame while parked in drivway on Cinque Ports Avenue in Hythe (Britain):

Quote: "Two fire engines were sent to the blaze in Cinque Ports Avenue at 3.40am on Sunday morning."

2013-04-28 - RV bursts into flame while parked in Ventura (California), fire spreads to adjacent commercial building:

Note: People still park vehicles next to buildings?!

2013-04-28 - RV bursts into flame on Fletcher Street in Nelson (Britain):

2013-04-28 - RV bursts into flame on the M6 near Rugby (Britain):

2013-04-28 - Utility truck bursts into flame in coastal Hyannis (Massachusetts):

2013-04-28 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-295 in Henrico County (Virginia):

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame on I-495 in Milford (Mssachusetts):

Note: This is a police log and the car fire is near the bottom of this list. But just check out the other stories: mulch caught fire near a Wendy's, person reported unconscious in vehicle, brush fire near Cedar Street, wooded area caught fire behind Milford Water Company, another brush fire near some quarries by condo complex, another mulch fire near a church this time, all this weekend...

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame at intersection in Tacoma (Washington):

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame outside Hill College House in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame on Tetbury Drive in Warndon (Britain):

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame in Trinity Walk, Stowupland, Suffolk (Britain):

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame when man starts it, in garage at home in West Lafayette (Indiana):

2013-04-28 - Car bursts into flame on the A303 near Cartgate (Britain):

2013-04-28 - Vehicle bursts into flame at intersection in Copperopolis (California):

2013-04-28 - Vehicles and garage damaged by fire in Fitchburg (Massachusetts):

2013-04-28 - Barn and landscaping equipment destroyed by fire in Laconia (New Hampshire):

Note: Landscaping equipment probably involves tractors, riding mowers, etc. $700,000 in damages so it wasn't just a couple of rakes...

2013-04-28 - Barn and scrap metal destroyed by fire in Orleans County (New York):

Note: Orleans County is right next to Lake Ontario. Scrap metal may mean there was some copper or rusty iron/steel in there, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with both. They say this fire was 'electrical', so that means there was some electrified copper in there too, along with the scrap metal. They brought in the bomb squad for this fire because an adjacent building had a few sticks of dynamite in it...

2013-04-28 - Small horse barn destroyed by fire in Accord (New York):

2013-04-28 - Barn damged by fire in Parkston (South Dakota):

2013-04-28 - Dozens of plastic bales burst into flame at facility in coastal Southport (Britain):

Note: I wouldn't normally think of plastic as an absorbent material, but if it's shredded or something, then it might be. If you pour a glass of water onto one of these bales, I bet the water soaks right into the bale. If so then hydrogen sulfide gas will get inside these bales too, and plastic is made of oil so it's very flammable. So bales of plastic like this might very well work just like bales of hay and straw in terms of spontaneous combustion - absorb enough gas and they will eventually ignite. It's not the plastic itself that is absorbent, but the pockets of space between the pieces of plastic...

2013-04-28 - Historic building under renovation burns to the ground in Shelbyville (Kentucky):

Note: The owners were making it into apartments and it was about 6 weeks from completion when it burned down. As mentioned, vacant buildings, unoccupied buildings and buildings under construction or renovation are inherently more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem...

2013-04-28 - High-rise catches fire in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2013-04-28 - Devastating blaze destroys three homes in coastal Key Largo (Florida):

2013-04-28 - Devastating fire rips through large home in the Allston area of coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 1 killed, 15 injured:

Quote: "The blaze erupted at around 6:35 a.m. and heavy flames could be seen."

Note: Tail end of the wee hours, which is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any flammable hydrogen sulfide or methane floating above closer to the ground...

2013-04-28 - Fire damages Hawaiian Beaches home on the Big Island (Hawaii):

Quote: "According to a written Fire Department release, seven units responded to the 3:33 a.m. alarm."

2013-04-28 - Vacant home burns in Meriden (Connecticut):

2013-04-28 - Vacant house burns in South Wichita (Kansas):

2013-04-28 - Vacant apartment building burns in Wilkes-Barre (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-28 - Vacant commercial building burns in Grand Junction (Colorado):

2013-04-28 - Vacant hotel burns in coastal Mountain View (California):

2013-04-28 - Basking shark, 28 feet long, washes ashore dead at beach in Westerly (Rhode Island):

2013-04-28 - Infant stops breathing and dies at home in Knoxville (Tennessee):

2013-04-28 - Infant suddenly dies at home in Mojave (California):

2013-04-28 - Man found dead in swimming pool at home in Randallstown (Maryland):

2013-04-28 - Woman, 37, falls unconscious and dies at home in Whalley Range (Britain), near the coast:

2013-04-28 - Man in his 50s found dead in the water in the port area in Montreal (Canada):

2013-04-28 - Man washes ashore dead at Bull Island in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

2013-04-28 - Boy, 12, washes ashore dead at beach in Ajman (UAE):

2013-04-28 - Missing man, 35, found dead in Evergreen Lake near Normal (Illinois):

2013-04-28 - Body found in Conewango Creek in Warren (Pennsylvania), may be missing reverend:

2013-04-28 - Missing youth, 19, deaf and dumb, found dead in stream in Ganderbal district (India):

2013-04-28 - Missing man, 45, found dead in the Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau (Missouri):

2013-04-28 - Man, 24, found dead in car on Mulgrave Road in Frimley (Britain):

2013-04-28 - Man, 51, found dead sitting in bulldozer in Oxford Township (Michigan):

2013-04-28 - Woman falls into dumpster and dies, in Butte (Montana):

2013-04-28 - Small plane crashes in paddock in Carrick (Australia), near the coast, 1 injured:

2013-04-28 - Small plane crashes 100 meters from homes in Hoosick Falls (New York), 1 critically injured:

2013-04-28 - Small plane takes off then crashes, at Bryce Canyon Airport in Garfield County (Utah):

2013-04-28 - Small plane crashes at Henderson Executive Airport (Nevada):

2013-04-28 - Small plane makes emergency landing at airport in Yukon (Oklahoma), engine failure:

2013-04-28 - Train takes off by itself, goes 17 kilometers then rams sheep paddock, in Indonesia:

Quote: "The locomotive took off while being checked with its engine running, and passed two stations before it crashed at a farm."

Note: Maybe the brakes had burned out...

2013-04-28 - Gas tanker truck blows tire, other tires ignite, on I-75 in Rockcastle County (Kentucky):

Note: That was a close call; truck was hauling 8500 gallons of gasoline. Also, hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed into tire rubber and probably brake pads too. 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 explode or ignite, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the whole vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. I'd bet he was braking shortly before this all went down...

2013-04-28 - Van crashes into creek near Evansdale (Iowa), 1 injured:

2013-04-29 - SUV veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Pomona (California), 3 injured:

2013-04-28 - Pickup found 10 feet up a tree off Highway 99 near Sherwood (Oregon), driver returns to claim it:

Note: No idea how that pickup got up the tree that far. Obviously it had to go airborne, and it must have been going fast to get that much height. But the driver was able to walk away from that? That's pretty wild...

2013-04-28 - Car veers over media, hits car head-on, 2 more cars get involved, near Corbin (Kentucky), 4 injured:

2013-04-28 - Two cars collide, one bursts into flame, at intersection in coastal Tampa (Florida), 3 injured:

Quite: "The impact caused the Dodge to flip several times before coming to rest nearly two blocks away."

2013-04-28 - Car veers off road, hits traffic light, bursts into flame, in Rockhampton (Australia), 1 injured:

2013-04-28 - Wild bees descend on man, kill him, injure his dog and chickens, at home in Mazowe District (Zimbabwe):

Quote: "...Chief Chiweshe was an experienced bee-keeper, but the swarm that killed him came from the wild."

2013-04-28 - Pit bull bites six-year-old boy on the neck in coastal Bradenton (Florida):

2013-04-28 - American bulldog bites five-year-old girl in the face:

2013-04-28 - Large sinkhole opens up in street in Clarksville (Tennessee):

2013-04-28 - Sinkhole widens in Cornelius (North Carolina), on Old Canal Street, transformer blows, power goes out:



  1. UPDATE for Germany, Austria and Switzerland
    Part 1

    2013-04-29: UPDATE on the charred corpse dicovered in gutted vehicle in a field between Rüsselsheim and Bischofsheim (2013-04-27): "The medico-legal diagnosis came to the conclusion that a crime of violence can be ruled out. Police therefore suspect it was suicide." No mention of any kind of suicide letter, though.

    2013-04-29: UPDATE on the charred corspse found in garden shack in Viersen, Germany (2013-04-27): Police couldn't find any indication of third-party negligence, so they suspect he might have commited suicide. Again, no suicide letter (yet). Investigations continue.

    2013-04-29: Explosion injures factory worker in Moosburg, Germany. RIVER closeby. The incident happened, when the worker opened a battery box to repair it.
    +48° 28' 20.16", +11° 56' 33.35"

    2013-04-29: Misssing woman, 81, found dead at the shore of a lake near Negast, Germany. "The very vigerous pensioner" startet off to a hiking trip on her own 4 months ago.
    +54° 16' 10.33", +13° 1' 25.86"

    2013-04-29: Trailer containing mechanical equipment and bales of straw bursts into flame in Mechernich, Germany. This is in the northern part of the volcanic region EIFEL. Out of the blue, with zero evidence, the article states that unknown persons have set the trailer on fire.
    +50° 36' 19.19", +6° 39' 3.49",15189152,22616600.html

    2013-04-29: Mechernich, again: Charity collection container burning. Again, no evidence for arson, but the article claims "it was set on fire". tss..
    +50° 37' 19.97", +6° 42' 30.27"

    2013-04-29: Factory on fire in Stolberg, Germany (VorEIFEL -12 km east of Aachen). Fire startet by technical failure in machine that mixes the components of detergent. the machine itself wasn't damaged, but the supply pipes and conveyor belts were.
    +50° 45' 40.58", +6° 13' 48.51"

    2013-04-29: Drunk Man, 63, wants to pee into a canal, nearly drowns. Allegedly the combination of 1.5 per mille alcohol level and his desire to void his bladder lead to disturbances of equilibrium... Well, ... never heard of that before, but then again, I rarely drink. Of course I know, that 1.5 per mille ALONE causes you to stumble and fall, that's why I found that statement a bit odd.
    +53° 35' 50.62", +9° 28' 49.23"

  2. Part 2

    2013-04-29: Parked car bursts ino flame in Rochlitz, Germany. Firefighters put the fire out, minutes later they are called to another burning car, quench that fire too, again minutes later they are called back to the 2nd car to quench another fire that startet in that car. River runs through the town and is very close to both incidents. Police "see a connection" between the fires and, of course, suspect arson.
    +51° 2' 45.53", +12° 48' 1.29" and +51° 2' 39.85", +12° 48' 19.87"

    2013-04-29: Huge Blaze destroys two warehouses, filled to the roof with bales of straw in Borrentin, Germany (district Mecklenburger SEENplatte). Cause of fire is unknown. Arson can't be ruled out, since "there were numerous fires in the last weeks in this area."
    +53° 48' 29.03", +12° 57' 34.84"

    2013-04-29: Large Basement Fire in Heidenheim, Germany. Startet in the room with the ventilation system, which also contained a lot of wooden PALLETS with packing material, trash bins and mailshots stacked on them. They didn't say where in the room the fire started. Little stream nearby.
    +48° 40' 33.83", +10° 9' 8.70";art1168893,1973675

    2013-04-29: Underground Fire in a technical facility in Augsburg, Germany. Cause was a cable fire. A few hours later, firefighter had to quench a second cable fire in the same street. RIVER nearby.
    +48° 22' 51.59", +10° 51' 53.77"

    2013-04-29: Basement fire in apartment building in Potsdam, Germany. River closeby. Cause of fire unknown yet.
    +52° 23' 46.79", +13° 3' 41.77"

    2013-04-29: Trailer in flames, driver saves 70 pigs in Bippen, Germany. The fire was caused by a bursting tire, which ignited the trailer. Pond and streams closeby.
    +52° 34' 49.87", +7° 44' 9.89",1,1096718637.html

    2013-04-29: Sofa bursts into flame, sets room on fire in a clinic in Pulsnitz, Germany. The clics treats patients with burnout syndrome... Many lakes nearby.
    +51° 11' 20.34", +14° 1' 32.57"

    2013-04-28: Two cars on a scrap yard burst into flame in BAD Buchau, Germany. When a German town has the word BAD (bath) in front of it, it means it is a spa-town, which indicates that there could be a hydrogen sulfide release. There are also two lakes nearby.
    +48° 3' 46.49", +9° 36' 4.54",-Zwei-Schrottplatzautos-geraten-in-Brand-_arid,5430453.html

    2013-04-28: Basement fire in apartment building in Bochum, Germany. 12 injured.

    1. Ah, thanks for the 'BAD' information, so I know what that means now. Always wondered why there were so many 'bad' towns in Germany. Lol!