Sunday, June 2, 2013

Event Update For 2013-06-01

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
2013-06-01 - Two separate underground electrical explosions and fires cause widespread power outages in Davis (California):
Quote: "At around 7:30 p.m. Saturday, firefighters were called to an underground electrical vault in the area of Marina Circle and Lake Boulevard after it exploded and started a fire above the ground."
Quote: "A similar underground vault exploded earlier in the day over two miles away at 520 Alvarado Avenue. Firefighters were able to limit that fire to a few bushes. The fires caused widespread power outages."
Note: There have been many fires and explosions just like this in towns and cities all over, particularly in the last six months. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities. It's also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that found in underground electrical facilities. This one problem alone may eventually turn the lights out on human civilization. I highly recommend you keep some form of backup lighting handy, at the very least. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

2013-06-01 - Raging blaze destroys 94 million pounds of corn and rice in 78 barns in Huayuan Township of Lindian County (China):

Quote: "The fire later spread to 78 barns, with a total grain reserve of 47,000 tonnes..."

Note: That's a new record for most barns wiped out in one fire. In fact, I hadn't really been keeping track of that, because it's usually 1 or 2 barns, not SIX DOZEN PLUS! That was enough food to feed 2 million people for about a month lost in this one fire. There are some lakes in that area, as you'd expect of an agricultural area, but I can't read the names - they're like Chinese to me...

2013-06-02 - Mammoth 'Powerhouse Fire' in Angeles National Forest (California) doubles in size, 2,000 homes evacuated:

Quote: "Patty Robitaille, 61, grabbed personal photos and documents before fleeing her Lake Hughes home with her pit bull, Roxie, as flames approached Saturday night. She said her home was among the first in the direct path of the fire. 'Driving away, you could see the town burning up,' she told the Los Angeles Times. 'I don't think there's going to be much left.' A huge plume of smoke could be seen from much of various parts of northern Los Angeles County throughout Saturday, and air-quality officials warned against strenuous outdoor activity."

2013-06-01 - Massive inferno guts metal recycling plant in coastal Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "A recycling plant in Sydney's south has been gutted by a massive fire, which sent flames shooting high into the night sky, and forced the evacuation of neighboring properties. The inferno broke out in a pile of scrap metal in Banksmeadow, at around 6.30pm on Saturday night."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper and rusty iron/steel. Copper is usually processed separately and isn't likely to be in piles like this, but rusty iron/steel is. Only hydrogen sulfide adequately explains fires like this, where piles of scrap metal burst into flame...

2013-06-01 - Rubber recycling plant erupts in flame in Aterrcliffe (Britain), near the River Don, 1 injured:

2013-06-01 - Pipeline explodes and burns near coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

2013-06-01 - Explosion and fire damage garage at home in Elk Grove (California):

Note: A school bus burst into flame in Elk Grove recently too, as mentioned in the 2013-05-16 update ...

2013-06-01 - Explosion and fire hit back yard of home in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

Quote: "Nobody was home at the time the fire started but witnesses say there were pets inside the home. They are all safe and sound."

Note: That's good. Soooo...what exploded?

2013-06-01 - In separate events, two boats burst into flame in waters around St. Clair Shores (Michigan), 6 boaters rescued:

Quote: "Coast Guard boatcrews rescued six boaters and assisted three during two separate boat fires Friday night."

2013-06-01 - In separate events, boat and car burst into flame in Pellon (Britain):

Quote: "The skip was full of wood, shower trays and other plastics as firefighters spent an hour and a half extinguishing the blaze. It is not known how the fire started."

Quote: "A minute later the second engine from Halifax was called to a car fire Sandhall Lane, Pellon. It is believed an electrical fault started the blaze and even though the car was in the driveway close to the house, there was no damage caused to the property..."

Note: Also mentioned, a vacant home burning. And all these 'electrical faults' causing fires in non-running vehicles - hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like battery cables and other wiring in vehicles, and electrical cables and wires in underground electrical facilities. It's the same cause behind all the vehicle fires and all the underground electrical fires and explosions...

2013-06-01 - Freight train bursts into flame at Norton Bridge, near Stafford (Britain):

Quote: "It broke out on wagons carrying tracks and other railway equipment..."

Note: Tracks, as in wood railroad ties?

2013-06-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 4:15 AM on the M20 near Ashford (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Van bursts into flame on I-40 in Mt. Juliet (Tennessee):

2013-06-01 - Three cars damaged by explosion in quiet neighborhood in coastal Split (Croatia):

2013-06-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in suburb of coastal Sydney (Australia), fire spreads to home:

Note: It's not too safe to park your vehicle near your residence these days...

2013-06-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked in downtown Kelowna (Canada), near Okanagan Lake:

2013-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on Fry Street in Denton (Texas):

2013-06-01 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking lot in Aberdeen (South Dakota):,0,5534987.story

2013-06-01 - Pickup truck and home destroyed by fire at 3:37 AM in Tuscon (Arizona), 6 people homeless:

2013-06-01 - Huge fire destroys large storage building housing 12 cars in coastal Sedgwick (Maine):

2013-06-01 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire in South Orange (New Jersey):

2013-06-01 - Tires burst into flame near Penrith (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Barn destroyed by fire on Ross Mills Road in Falconer (New York):

2013-06-01 - Barn destroyed by fire in Putnam County (Ohio):

2013-06-01 - Paper recycling bin bursts into flame in car park in coastal Swanage (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Compost bursts into flame, fire spreads to fence, trees, at home in Chester (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Blaze erupts at pub in the coastal village of Ingoldmells (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Major fire tears through 4-story apartment building at 6 AM in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 15 people displaced:

Note: The fire apparently started in a vacant building and then spread to the apartment building...

2013-06-01 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Cullman (Alabama), fire spreads, family loses 95% of possessions:

Quote: "By the time I got back outside, the fire was coming up through the porch and all the way up the column, so I just ran and told them to get out of the house."

2013-06-01 - Home destroyed by fire on Torch Lake (Michigan):

Quote: "The owners live downstate and purchased the home last fall, officials say."

Note: Torch Lake. That name surely must seem appropriate to the new owners of this large pile of burned rubble...

2013-06-01 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 4 AM on Boat Landing Drive in Ludowici (Georgia):

2013-06-01 - Vacant home burns in Waco (Texas):

2013-06-01 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Dayton (Ohio):

2013-06-01 - Two Sumatran elephants, mother and cub, found dead at Tesso Nilo National Park (Indonesia):

2013-06-01 - Man found dead in swimming pool at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Denver (Colorado):

2013-06-01 - Woman, 31, found dead at Seven Mile Beach in the Cayman Islands:

2013-06-01 - Man found dead in river in Thetford (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Soldier, 28, found dead in car at barracks at Thorney Island (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Man, 56, found dead in car on side of road, on the A229 Staplehurst Road in Marden (Britain):

Quote: "A red Mercedes SLK 200 Kompressor was travelling along the road towards Maidstone at 2.16pm when, for unknown reasons, it slowed and drifted to the offside carriageway before coming to rest in vegetation."

Note: He drifted slowly off the road, but was found dead, thus the mystery. Sounds like he got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide and it killed him while driving, or he got enough of a whiff to knock him unconscious and then he drifted off the road and kept breathing hydrogen sulfide until he died. This is the reason why I mentioned people will be found dead in submerged vehicles: hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will accumulate in low-lying areas, like water does, and as people are knocked dead or unconscious, they will sometimes veer off the road into a nearby body of water and be found dead later...

2013-06-01 - Woman found dead at beach in coastal Winterton-on-Sea (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Swimmer, man, 20, goes missing at Fountain Lake, found dead, in Ansonia (Connecticut):

2013-06-01 - Inmate, 49, stops breathing and dies in jail cell in Beauregard Parish (Louisiana):

2013-06-01 - Vendor found dead in drain in Guwahati (India):

2013-06-01 - Asian man found dead in toilet at airport in coastal Sharjah (UAE):

2013-06-01 - Missing man, 26, found along Swedesford Road in Upper Gwynedd (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-01 - Woman, 75, found dead in canal near her home in Miami Gardens (Florida), near the coast:

2013-06-01 - Man, 21, found dead in car in coastal Manatee County (Florida):

2013-06-01 - Small plane crashes near the Doylestown Airport in Bucks County (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-06-01 - Small plane crashes into tree shortly after takeoff, in Belton (South Carolina), 2 lightly injured:

2013-06-01 - Small plane makes 'hard landing' at the Red Creek landing strip in Pine (Arizona), 2 lightly injured:

2013-06-01 - Two tractor trailers collide on I-65 near Elizabethtown (Kentucky), 1 killed, 1 lightly injured:

2013-06-01 - Tractor trailer overturns near Stage Gulch Road in Petaluma (California), fire breaks out:

2013-06-01 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4:20 AM on I-95 in Johnston County (North Carolina), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-06-01 - Van plunges into the Chippewa River at Lake Hallie (Wisconsin), 3-year-old boy rescued and hospitalized:

2013-06-01 - Car veers across grass median, hits car head-on, in Levy County (Florida), 1 killed, 4 injured:

2013-06-01 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Fairfax County (Virginia), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-06-01 - Car crashes off bridge into the Colorado River, near Del Valle (Texas), 3 lightly injured:

2013-06-01 - Car veers off road at 1:30 AM, hits tree, bursts into flame, near Chichester (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Car crashes into bungalow at Hermans Close, Ashcott (Britain):

2013-06-01 - Vehicle crashes into gas pump, bursts into flame, in West Oak Lane, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-01 - Africanized bees attack and kill man, injure woman, in Moody (Texas):

2013-06-01 - Sinkhole opens up on street in Port Huron (Michigan), near Lake Huron:

2013-06-01 - Huge sinkhole opens up on road in eastern Oklahoma County (Oklahoma):

2013-06-01 - Two-story building collapses near Old Accra (Ghana):
Quote: "It brings to two, the number of buildings that have collapsed in the country in less than a week. A three-story structure collapsed in the Ashanti regional town of Obuasi on Thursday."

2013-06-01 - Smell of 'gas' permeates town of Llandrindod Wells (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters checked the area and the hotel but found no evidence of a leak. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said the strong smell of gas might have been left by a gas tanker."

Note: Or maybe people confused the smell of mercaptan with the smell of hydrogen sulfide. I wonder how many people collapsed and died of 'natural causes' or 'heart attacks' in that town that night...

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