Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-06

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
2013-05-06 - Another underground electrical fire hits downtown Albany (New York):
Quote: "It's the fourth time since September this has happened."
2013-05-06 - Underground electrical explosion and fire blows manhole off in Dubuque (Iowa):
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities. It is also an explosively flammable gas and it is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that found in underground electrical facilities. As a consequence, as the atmosphere becomes increasingly contaminated by hydrogen sulfide, not only are more people and animals dropping dead, and not only are more vehicles of all kinds - and homes and businesses - bursting into flame and/or exploding, but there is also a rising number of underground electrical fires and explosions occurring in towns and cities all over. Dubuque lies along the western shore of the Mississippi River...

2013-05-06 - Private jet carrying Chris Brown fills with smoke, makes emergency landing in Burbank (California):

2013-05-06 - NOAA ship bursts into flame on Lake Washington (Washington):

Quote: "He says the fire is in a storage compartment below the main deck that holds netting and other materials."

Note: Netting is another flammable absorbent material...

2013-05-06 - Large boat bursts into flame while parked in canal in coastal Lighthouse Point (Florida):

2013-05-06 - Boat bursts into flame at 2:30 AM outside home in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida), fire damages home too:

2013-05-06 - Boat bursts into flame while parked in coastal Anacortes (Washington), fire damages nearby van too:

2013-05-06 - Boat hit by explosion and fire at Ala Wai Harbor in coastal Honolulu (Hawaiia), 1 seriously injured:

2013-05-06 - Boat bursts into flame on Winterton Way at Lyme Green Business Park in Macclesfield (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Small boat (skip) bursts into flame at Parkgate Court in Chester (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Eight tractors destroyed by fire at business in Rochester Hills (New York):

Quote: "According to the report, deputies discovered eight tractors on fire inside a fenced area behind the business, which was closed."

2013-05-06 - Luxury bus bursts into flame on highway in Chikodra (India):

2013-05-06 - Tour bus bursts into flame on Sand Lake Road in Orange County (Florida):

2013-05-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at truck stop in Lexington (Virginia), fire spreads to second tractor trailer:

2013-05-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-81 in Lisle (New York), 30 horses incinerated:

2013-05-06 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 in Nashville (Tennessee):

Quote: "A truck carrying 40,000 pounds of frozen poultry caught fire on Interstate 40 eastbound Monday morning."

2013-05-06 - Tractor bursts into flame on Berry Street in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), firefighter lightly injured:

2013-05-06 - Tractor bursts into flame inside barn on West Waneta Lake Road in the Town of Wayne (New York):

2013-05-06 - Tractor bursts into flame near Baileyville (Kansas):

2013-05-06 - Garbage truck bursts into flame in Minot (North Dakota), home damaged by fire too:

2013-05-06 - Garbage truck bursts into flame in Lacombe (Louisiana):

2013-05-06 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame on I-396 in Thompson (Connecticut):

2013-05-06 - Van bursts into flame on road in Dumas (Texas):

2013-05-06 - Van bursts into flame while parked at Staples in Petaluma (California):

2013-05-06 - Van bursts into flame on Highway 16, near Delafield (Wisconsin), tons of lakes nearby:

2013-05-06 - Van bursts into flame on the A31 at St Leonard’s (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Van bursts into flame at Sofia Airport in Sofia (Bulgaria):

2013-05-06 - Van bursts into flame while parked in Peterborough (Britain):

2013-05-06 - SUV bursts into flame at auto shop in Orland (Maine):

2013-05-06 - SUV bursts into flame on Claremont Avenue in Montclair (New Jersey):

2013-05-06 - Pickup truck and car burst into flame in parking garage in Spokane (Washington):

2013-05-06 - Pickup truck bursts into flame off Redmond Way in Redmond (Washington), near Lake Sammamish:

2013-05-06 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on dirt road near Vernon (Florida):

2013-05-06 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 12 in Yakima Valley (Washington):

2013-05-06 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Moores Road in Uhrichsville (Ohio):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame in underground parking garage, fire spreads to other cars, in coastal San Jose (California):

Quote: "A total of two cars had burned and others were damaged by heat from the fires."

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame on Roche Harbor Road on San Juan Island (Washington):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame on I-675 in Beavercreek (Ohio):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame in parking lot at Easton Area High School in Palmer Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame at intersection in East Pembroke (New York):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame on street in Blackpool (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame at around 3 AM on Goodliff Road in Grantham (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Car bursts into flame while parked in Mansfield (Britain), fire spreads to nearby building:

2013-05-06 - Vehicle bursts into flame while parked at home in La Crescenta (California), fire spreads to horse trailer:

2013-05-06 - Fire breaks out at Henley's Truck Cover Center in New Castle (Pennsylvania):

Note: I can't tell what's burning there from the pics, and the story doesn't say. It appears to be in the parking lot though, so it's probably vehicles...

2013-05-06 - Barn, outbuilding and 30 tons of hay destroyed by fire in Evenlode (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Barn destroyed by fire on Beadle Lake Drive in Emmett Township (Michigan):

2013-05-06 - Waste transfer station destroyed by fire in Terrace Heights (Washington):

Note: This was a facility where people could drop off trash which would then be sent to the landfill. Now they will have to drop their trash off at the landfill themselves. This fire was probably caused by trash that had absorbed hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and then spontaneously combusted...

2013-05-06 - Metal lathe machine bursts into flame at business in Hudson (New Hampshire):

2013-05-06 - Fire erupts at commercial business in Fort Collins (Colorado):

Quote: "Love said there are hazardous materials in the room where the fire burned, so a Hazmat team has been called out."

2013-05-06 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Westport (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The neighborhood experienced a similar fire at a home last week. In each the case, the fire started beneath the deck of the home, engulfed a gazebo and eventually the entire house."

Note: I know there are a lot of stories, but check this one out, look at the pic. You can see this fire began outside, beneath that deck, then roared upward. The deck was wood, the gazebo too. All absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Hydrogen sulfide is also reactive with rusty iron/steel. I'd bet that deck and gazebo were built with steel screws or nails or both, and some had accumulated rust. Hydrogen sulfide is also a heavier-than-air gas, which explains why these fires started at ground level, beneath the decks. The wind blows some gas under those structures, the gas gets trapped and shielded, absorbs into the wood, eventually some rusty iron/steel sparks and the contaminated wood ignites and when that happens, the whole shebang goes up in flames really fast. Know anyone with a porch or deck like that? Don't be surprised if the same thing happens to them any time now, especially if they're downwind of, near, or in a low-lying area...

2013-05-06 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Oconomowoc (Wisconsin), near a bunch of lakes:

Note: Porch made of wood? I bet it was. All absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, paper, cardboard, sawdust, straw, hay, clothing, wool, cotton, generic trash, pallets, etc. This means wood decks and porches and log homes and wood cabins are all more apt to erupt in flame now. If you have wood exposed to the atmosphere outside then it might be wise to apply some kind of sealant to the wood and/or paint it with thick glossy outdoor paint, to make it less absorbent...

2013-05-06 - Explosion and fire damage home in Regina (Canada):

Quote: "'We don't know exactly what's happened over there,' she said, adding there were unusual odors in the air that she could not identify."

2013-05-06 - Blaze engulfs three row homes in coastal Brooklyn Park (Maryland), 6 people homeless:

Note: That's right next to Curtis Bay...

2013-05-06 - Home damaged by fire on Lagoon Drive in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2013-05-06 - Unoccupied townhome damaged by fire in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

Note: By 'unoccupied' I mean someone lives there (if a home) or it's an operational business, but nobody was there at the time for whatever reason. I use the word 'vacant' to describe buildings that are empty/unused all of the time.

2013-05-06 - Vacant home burns in Danville (Illinois):

2013-05-06 - Vacant building burns in Salt Lake City (Utah), fire spreads to adjacent night club:

2013-05-06 - Two vacant houses burn within 2 days in Cleveland (Texas):

2013-05-06 - Two vacant homes burn within an hour in Duncan (Oklahoma):

2013-05-06 - Huge fire destroys two vacant four-story apartment buildings in downtown Lewiston (Maine):

2013-05-06 - Massive fish kill reported in Beaver Lake in St. Paul (Minnesota):

Note: Whole lot of dead fish there...

2013-05-06 - English story about the fish dying in Heyda Lake in Thuringia (Germany):

2013-05-06 - Two young women found dead in field in Madankheda (India):

2013-05-06 - Man found burned to death in burning car in Roanoke (Virginia):

2013-05-06 - Man, 24, found dead in gutter in Bangalore (India):

Quote: "There were signs of frothing and bleeding from the nose and mouth. 'The body had turned bluish, indicating that it could be a case of poisoning,' the officer said."

Note: Yep, sounds like poisoning. Could very well be that he got a good strong whiff of hydrogen sulfide. As mentioned in the full hypothesis, people will be seen foaming at the mouth from time to time because of hydrogen sulfide poisoning, since breathing it can cause chemical damage to lungs. Looks like India is using 'they poisoned themselves' as one of their main excuses to explain the mysterious deaths. In the U.S. we seem to be using 'overdose' for the same purpose. Someone once said, 'You can fool too many of the people too much of the time.' That seems to be true. Most people will probably buy these stories until they themselves choke and die or get incinerated in their vehicle or whatever...

2013-05-06 - Man, 56, found in retention pond in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

Quote: "Authorities say there were 'no obvious signs of death' at the scene..."

Note: A dead body isn't an obvious sign of death? Heh, they meant 'no obvious signs of foul play'. Also, this is on Florida's Gulf Coast, downwind of the horrible dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide now. There have been lots of mysterious deaths on the Gulf Coast in Florida, and in Florida generally. The West Coast of the U.S. has the same problem, except that those states (California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska) are downwind of the dead zone known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. But the gas keeps on blowing anyway, so the whole planet really has the same problem, to one degree or another...

2013-05-06 - Missing teens, both 17, found dead in Nicola Lake (Canada):

Quote: "The boys were reported missing April 21st when they didn't return home from a family cabin -- their partially submerged canoe was found the next day."

Note: Empty 'ghost boat' was found first, as is usually the case...

2013-05-06 - Man found floating dead in the Clipper Yacht Harbor in coastal Sausalito (California):

2013-05-06 - Missing man, 51, found dead in car in coastal Isle of Wight County (Virginia):

2013-05-06 - Missing woman, 69, found dead in the River Tees at Eaglescliffe (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Young man, 19, found dead in the Yocona River near Oxford (Mississippi):

Quote: "A search began Wednesday for Stephen Tyler Emerick, 19, who was reported missing early last week. His truck was found Wednesday morning south of Taylor off Highway 328. Authorities say his wallet and cellphone were inside the truck and the key was in the on position."

Note: Kinda like all the empty 'ghost boats' being found, then they find the matching corpse later, except this time they found an empty 'ghost car' first, and now here's the body...

2013-05-06 - College student, woman, found dead in Kent Hall at University of Maryland in College Park (Maryland):

Note: That's 1 mile from Lake Artemesia...

2013-05-06 - Former college student, 24, found dead in Ithaca (New York), near Cayuga Lake:

2013-05-06 - Woman, 24, drops dead at home in Salem (Oregon):

2013-05-06 - Man, 70, found dead near canal in Dauphin County (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-06 - Man, 36, found dead at home in Ilion (New York), very close to the Mohawk River:

2013-05-06 - Man, 72, drops dead in parking lot in Yuma (Arizona):

2013-05-06 - Man, 47, found dead in field near Readlyn (Iowa):

2013-05-06 - Missing plane found crashed in marshland in the Irkutsk region (Russian), 13 bodies found:

2013-05-06 - Small plane makes emergency landing on dirt road in Collier County (Florida):

2013-05-06 - Small plane crashes in Waterloo (Iowa), 1 injured:

2013-05-06 - Small plane crashes off runway after landing at airport in Fort Worth (Texas), landing gear collapses:

Quote: "For right now, all they know is it looks like an issue with the landing gear..."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed into tire rubber. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction generates more heat that normal and then bad things can happen: tires ignite or explode, brakes burn out up ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. With planes what usually happens is they land, hit the brakes, and then one or more tires blow. With small planes - which don't have lots of extra redundant wheels like big planes do - the tire explodes then the landing gear strut hits the ground and collapses. Sometimes, if it's the nose gear and it's a small plane, the plane flips over...

2013-05-06 - Small plane crashes shortly after takeoff at airport in coastal Juneau (Alaska):

2013-05-06 - Tractor trailer crashes into guard rail, bursts into flame, on I-264 in Louisville (Kentucky):

2013-05-06 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 1 in coastal Peabody (Massachusetts):

2013-05-06 - Tractor trailer overturns on the M5 near Bridgwater (Britain), 1 injured:

2013-05-06 - Cement truck slams into tractor trailer in West Siloam Springs (Arkansas), 2 injured:

2013-05-06 - Dump truck slams into SUV, SUV rolls, bursts into flame, in Bryan (Texas), 1 injured, cat killed:

2013-05-06 - Truck overturns on the M5 near Burnham-On-Sea (Britain):

2013-05-06 - Pickup truck overturns in Hardee County (Florida), 1 killed:

2013-05-06 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Gonzales (Louisiana), near the Mississippi River, 1 killed:

2013-05-06 - Car crashes into Harborstone Credit Union in Puyallup (Washington), 4 lightly injured:

2013-05-06 - Motorcycle veers over centerline, hits motorcycle head-on, in western Washington State, 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "It was the second deadly crash involving a motorcycle over the weekend."

Note: The second crash, also in western Washington, was an SUV that veered across the centerline and hit a motorcycle head-on, killing both drivers. Both of these accidents were on Highway 101, near bodies of water...

2013-05-06 - Irukandji jellyfish stinging people in unprecedented numbers at beaches in Ningaloo (Australia), scientists baffled:

2013-05-06 - Sinkhole that recently swallowed 3 cars growing, stinking up neighborhood in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2013-05-06 - Sinkhole opens in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2013-05-06 - Sinkhole opens up in street in Waco (Texas):

2013-05-06 - Large sinkhole closes intersection in coastal San Francisco (California):


  1. Jonny, did you see this pick about the horrible limo fire? Looks like it started in the rear part (tires/brake) of the car...there's nothing else that can burn back there - right?
    Also - did you see this horrible explosion in Mexico City...http://www.reuters.com/news/pictures/slideshow?articleId=USRTXZDW8#a=1
    And, How do we account for a car catching on fire/exploding in one driveway and not the next driveway? Altho this theory makes sense there appears to be a capriciousness about the explosions.
    thnx for all your time and effort to educate us!

    1. I dunno how those stretch limos are constructed, but looks like brakes or tires ignited, or maybe copper wiring in the trunk. Did see the giant fuel tanker explosion. That's in the next update, which I'm finishing up now (2013-05-07).

      This problem IS capricious and random! A gas plume might itself only be as big as one car, so it might very well hit one car but not another next door. The invisible clouds of gas will get bigger and more concentrated over time though and then you'll see 3 cars going up in flames in the same general area, then 10, then 50, etc, as time goes on and the atmosphere gets increasingly contaminated. In fact, 3 cars went up in flames yesterday in Rockford (Illinois) near the Rock River. That story is in the 2013-05-07 update, which I'll be posting right after I post this message. ;)