Wednesday, May 1, 2013

2013 - APR - Complete Event List


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.

April 2013 was notable for the number of boats and ships burning and/or exploding. Here's a listing of boat- and ship-related events:
2013-04-29 - Boat bursts into flame off the coast near Sea Isle City (New Jersey):
2013-04-29 - Houseboat bursts into flame at the Hartlepool Marina in coastal Hartlepool (Britain), 1 injured:
Quote: "The incident happened around 3.30am on Monday..."
Note: The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating above closer to the ground, making, fires, explosions and death from hydrogen sulfide poisoning more common during those hours...
2013-04-27 - Junked boat bursts into flame in Sahuarita (Arizona):
2013-04-27 - Lobster boat bursts into flame off coast near Rockport (Massachusetts), 2 rescued:
2013-04-27 - Boat bursts into flame in San Francisco Bay (California), 4 aboard rescued:
2013-04-26 - Sailboat bursts into flame at West Bay Marina in coastal Olympia (Washington):
2013-04-26 - Yacht bursts into flame while anchored at Considine Beach, North Keppel Island (Australia):
2013-04-25 - Small fire erupts on the deck of nuclear submarine in coastal Plymouth (Britain):
2013-04-25 - Boat bursts into flame at home in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida), fire spreads, damages home:
Quote: "Since the boat was so close to the home, the fire moved into the attic."
Note: I guess they didn't hear me mention that it might not be wise to park your vehicle(s) next to your home...
2013-04-24 - Two fuel barges explode and burn in the Mobile River near coastal Mobile (Alabama), 3 injured:
Quote: "The initial blast took place in a ship channel near the George C. Wallace Tunnel — which carries traffic from Interstate 10 under the Mobile River, Vega said. The river runs south past Mobile and into Mobile Bay, which in turn flows into the Gulf of Mexico."
Quote: "A crew that was cleaning fuel barges in Mobile Bay likely caused a spark the triggered an explosion and critically burned three workers."
Note: When was the last time a spark from a cleaning crew caused two fuel barges to explode? Oh right, NEVER. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that in machinery that might be used by a cleaning crew. So, some hydrogen sulfide hits some electrified copper, a spark is generated, which ignites whatever hydrogen sulfide and/or methane is blowing around, and that causes a fire, and that ends up resulting in both barges exploding and burning. So, they're probably telling the truth, in a sense, but not ALL of the truth. That's the best way to perpetrate a lie, by the way - mix in enough truth to sell the story, so you can slide the deception right on by beneath whatever element of truth you throw in as a coating...
2013-04-24 - Cruise ship bursts into flame on the Nile River near Aswan (Egypt):
2013-04-24 - Boat bursts into flame, explodes, in coastal Ft. Lauderdale (Florida), fire spreads to second boat, 1 injured:
2013-04-24 - Boat bursts into flame in the Grand Union Canal in Hemel Hempstead (Britain):
2013-04-23 - Boat explodes and burns at yacht club in coastal Stony Point (New York):
2013-04-22 - Large ship catches fire on waterway in Lithuania:
Quote: "The extent of the damage to goods and vehicles on the car deck, where the fire broke out, cannot be assessed until the ship is in port in Klaipeda. No other area on the ship other than the main deck, which is a closed vehicle deck, was affected by the fire."
Note: I'd bet one of the vehicles on that deck burst into flame and that was the originating point of this fire...
2013-04-21 - Boat explodes at Lake Apache near Apache Junction (Arizona), two children injured:
2013-04-21 - Boat bursts into flame in the Solent near coastal Portsmouth (Britain):
Note: The Solent is the waterway that separates the Isle of Wight from mainland Britain...
2013-04-20 - Large leisure boat bursts into flame on waterway in Wuhan (China):
2013-04-19 - Boat bursts into flame at Galloway Creek Marina in coastal Middle River (Maryland), second boat damaged too:
2013-04-19 - Boat bursts into flame in backyard at home in Seacow Pond on coastal Price Edward Island (Canada):
Quote: "The cause of the fire wasn’t determined, but there was some speculation it might have been related to the boat’s battery. Dorgan had only put the battery back in the boat on Thursday and he was waiting until Friday to start it up for the first time before getting the boat hauled to the harbor."
Note: As mentioned, hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. Putting the battery back into the boat electrified the copper wiring in his boat...
2013-04-19 - Canal boat bursts into flame on the Stafford Union Canal in Wheaton Aston (Britain):
Note: 'Battery problem' again...
2013-04-18 - Boat bursts into flame at Golden Beach (Australia):
2013-04-17 - Fishing ship bursts into flame off the coast of Antarctica, 97 crew rescued:
2013-04-16 - Cabin cruiser boat bursts into flame at Mayfair Boat Yard and Marina on Kelleys Pond in South Dennis (Massachusetts):
Quote: "A fire at a dock at Mayfair Boat Yard and Marina at 4:15 this morning on Kelleys Pond destroyed a 37-foot cabin cruiser..."
Note: Wee hours again. That's when the atmosphere cools and contracts and will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide floating above closer to the ground. That doesn't mean you're immune during other parts of the day; it just means that this is the most dangerous time of the day in terms of being hit by fires, explosions and poisonous hydrogen sulfide...
2013-04-16 - Recreational fishing boat bursts into flame while dry-docked in Freeport (Texas):
Quote: "50-foot recreational fishing boat is considered total loss."
2013-04-15 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Conroe in Conroe (Texas):
2013-04-13 - Fire breaks out on new littoral combat ship Coronado in the Gulf of Mexico:
Note: A fishing boat just burst into flame in the Gulf of Mexico, near Galveston, the day prior, as mentioned in the 2013-04-12 update...
2013-04-13 - Fishing boat bursts into flame in the ocean near Taiwan:
2013-04-12 - Fishing boat bursts into flame in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston (Texas):
2013-04-12 - Fishing boat bursts into flame off the coast near Knights Point (New Zealand):
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."
2013-04-09 - Fishing boat explodes, burns, fire spreads, five boats destroyed, at port in Ras al-Khaimah (UAE), 1 killed, 6 injured:
2013-04-08 - Sailboat bursts into flame off coast near Jacksonville (Florida):
2013-04-05 - Boat bursts into flame, burns and sinks, on the Bosque River in Waco (Texas):
2013-04-03 - Transport ship bursts into flame off the coast of Istanbul (Turkey):
2013-04-03 - In separate incidents, boat and pickup truck burst into flame, two homes apart, in Madison County (Kentucky):
Quote: "Arson investigators have taken on the case and say they believe the two fires are connected."
Note: They were definitely connected in at least one way: by the atmosphere. And that's what you might expect to see as a flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plume blows through an area...
2013-04-02 - Explosion and fire destroys two boats, damages two more, at marina in Harrison Bay State Park near Chattanooga (Tennessee):
Quote: "According to a boat owner from Dock F, there was a loud explosion before the fire."
2013-04-02 - Boat bursts into flame on the River Haven in Boston (Britain):
2013-04-01 - Large boat bursts into flame at boatyard in coastal Port Angeles (Washington):
2013-04-01 - Boat destroyed by fire, three more damaged, at boatyard in coastal Adelaide (Australia):
Note: The last link mentions another fire nearby which destroyed a car and a shed about 10 minutes after the boats burned. That's a sign of a flammable gas plume, hydrogen sulfide or methane or both, blowing through the area and igniting things here and there...


  1. It sounds plausible to me. There is no way out and no place to hide? Any idea where 8 billion people find shelter for years? I think I will go to the mountains.
    So we must go through this extinction?! Maybe few will's always like this. If mankind totally dies off, other species will thrive. Really sad!! History repeat's itself.
    Sorry for my English...I'm learning.

    1. It looks unavoidable. Underground, underwater or off-planet, those look like the only even marginally realistic options. But people will try to survive. Bush bought land in Paraguay. The super-rich are building bunkers in the Himalayas. The US government's built vast underground facilities in Colorado and Utah. China's got their 'ghost cities' far from any coastlines. Australia's got some kind of radar-warping facilities all around the outer edge of the country, like a defensive wall of some type between the oceans and Australia.

      I'm not happy about it either! Life will certainly go on though; you're right about that. I'm just not sure about human beings. We're not the right kind of species to survive something like this. Other species (rodents, insects, fungi, etc) can try to out-reproduce the dying. That doesn't work for us. We can't replace a dead engineer in one year by having another baby.

      Mountains do sound like the best bet, on the side most shielded from the wind (usually the east or northeast side).

      Your English is fine! ;)