Friday, June 14, 2013

Event Update For 2013-06-13

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
2013-06-13 - Enormous explosion and fire devastates chemical plant in Geismar (Louisiana), at least 1 killed, 73 injured:
Quote: "A ground-rattling explosion at a chemical plant in Louisiana ignited a blaze that killed at least one person and injured dozens of others. Louisiana's health department says 73 people were treated at hospitals for injuries ranging from minor to critical following the Thursday morning explosion."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "...chemical plants of all types will burn and/or explode, including biofuels plants, fertilizer plants, specialty chemical plants, petroleum-related facilities and more." The huge explosion in West (Texas) in April was at a fertilizer plant, which is simply a type of chemical plant. Geismar is located right on the banks of the Mississippi River...

2013-06-13 - Home obliterated by explosion, two homes heavily damaged, in Westminster (Colorado), 2 injured:

Quote: "A suspected gas explosion in Westminster has caused extensive damage to two homes and damaged seven or eight others."

2013-06-03 - Underground explosion and fire reported outside bank in Scottdale (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Witnesses at the scene told Channel 11 News that heavy smoke was seen coming from the manhole."

2013-06-13 - Massive blaze engulfs old sewerage plant in Heckmondwike (Britain):

2013-06-13 - Mulch bursts into flame at recycling business in Maricopa (Arizona):

2013-06-13 - Grass fire erupts in Fresno (California), mobile home, barn, outbuildings and vehicles destroyed, some evacuated:

2013-06-13 - Huge blaze destroys construction warehouse in Savannah (Georgia):

Quote: "The items inside the warehouse, including wooden doors and moldings, helped fuel the fire, Keller said. Because of its intensity, dispatchers sent a second alarm out for additional firefighting teams to respond to the blaze..."

Note: All flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, mulch, dried brush, hay, straw, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool, etc.

2013-06-13 - Yacht bursts into flame, completely destroyed, off the coast near Dalkeith (Australia):

2013-06-13 - Several vehicles burst into flame at auto junkyard in Henderson (Nevada), fire spreads, small residence destroyed too:

2013-06-13 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on the M4 near coastal London (Britain), completely destroyed:

2013-06-13 - Passenger bus explodes into flame in the wee hours on I-12 near Hammond (Louisiana):

Quote: "The bus caught on fire on I-12 near Hammond, Louisiana in the wee hours of the morning. 'We woke up to a big loud boom and then about 30 seconds later another boom,' Holly added, 'but it wasn't quite as loud.' Moments after the bus stopped, Samantha Koch said she looked out the window and saw fire."

Note: The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating in the atmosphere above closer to the ground, making explosions, fires and hydrogen sulfide poisoning events more common during those hours...

2013-06-13 - Transit bus bursts into flame in Hezhou (China), completely destroyed:

2013-06-13 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame on Highway 24 in Lafayette (California), 7 cars on truck destroyed:

Quote: "The fire gutted seven of the nine cars aboard the truck..."

2013-06-13 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M6 near Rugby (Britain):

2013-06-13 - Tractor bursts into flame inside the Union Arena in Woodstock (Vermont):

2013-06-13 - Truck bursts into flame at Vallam (India):

2013-06-13 - RV bursts into flame on Foxholes Road in Glenfield (Britain):

Note: They assert this was arson, but don't mention any actual evidence of that, so in all likelihood that is merely an assumption based on not knowing what's going on. When they HAVE evidence, they generally DO mention it, like a witness saw someone running off, or a gas can was found nearby, whatever...

2013-06-13 - Van bursts into flame while parked at airport, fire spreads to 2 more cars, in Beirut (Lebanon):

Note: People still park their vehicles next to other vehicles?!

2013-06-13 - SUV bursts into flame on East Copans Road in coastal Pompano Beach (Florida):

2013-06-13 - SUV bursts into flame on I-77 near Princeton (West Virginia):

2013-06-13 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 28 near Lander (Wyoming), fire spreads, RV and ATV destroyed too:

2013-06-13 - Car explodes and burns while parked in carpark in coastal Singapore:

Quote: "The fire began as Mr Simon Lim, 55, a part-time worker, was having supper at Vari Nice Coffeeshop on Compassvale Link. He said: 'There were taxi drivers and other people sitting and eating at the time. We heard the two loud explosions and people went to check it out.' What they saw was a large amount of smoke billowing from the fourth storey of the neighbouring multi-storey carpark. The smoke came from a car on fire on that storey."

2013-06-13 - New car bursts into flame while on test drive in Nagpur (India):

Note: I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess the man didn't buy that car...

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on Wheaton Street in Savannah (Georgia):

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on Jersey Island Road in Oakley (California), near the San Joaquin River:

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame while parked at business in Elkhart (Indiana):

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame at 1:04 AM while parked on street in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 169 at Anderson Lakes Parkway, near Eden Prairie (Minnesota):

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on Woodford Lane in Winsford (Britain):

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame in Wilkesboro (North Carolina), firefighter dies:

Note: A power line fell while they were fighting the car fire, and a firefighter was electrocuted...

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame on State Highway 1 in coastal Paekakariki (New Zealand):

Quote: "Meanwhile, the Paekakariki Volunteer Fire Brigade were on their way to the house fire in Paraparaumu when they were diverted to a car fire on State Highway 1 in Paekakariki."

Note: The car fire story is buried within this story about the house fire in coastal Paraparaumu...

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame at 12:46 AM on McDivitt Road in Madison (Wisconsin):

2013-06-13 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartment complex on Lloyd's Bayou Drive in Grand Haven (Michigan):

2013-06-13 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on Clay Lane in Haslington (Britain):

2013-06-13 - Several vehicles and home destroyed by fire in Ben Lomond (California), second home damaged:

2013-06-13 - Several motorcycles and garage damaged by fire in coastal Melbourne (Australia), 1 injured:

Quote: "A Metropolitan Fire Brigade spokeswoman said a 44-year-old man had fallen in a small shed at the rear of the property but awoke to find the shack involved in fire."

Note: Hmmm, did he get knocked unconscious by hydrogen sulfide, which then found some electrified copper and started a fire? They say he AWOKE, so he had lost consciousness for sure, then regained consciousness to find the place on fire. This is probably why people are being found dead in burned-out cars: hydrogen sulfide is not only extremely flammable and reactive with electrified copper like battery cables and other wiring in vehicles, it is also deadly, and can knock you unconscious or dead with one breath. So a cloud blows over someone in a car, they pass out, the car ignites, and the people in the car burn to death, if they're not already dead. There was that story around New Years, where an engaged couple burned to death in their car on the way home, in McFarland (Wisconsin), near Madison, as mentioned in the 2013-01-01 update. They didn't even try to get out of the car. That's because they were probably unconscious at the time, so they just sat there and burned to death...

2013-06-13 - Barn destroyed by fire in Vale (North Carolina):

2013-06-13 - Electrical panel bursts into flame on porch, fire spreads, home destroyed, in coastal Clearwater (Florida):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. This city is on Florida's Gulf Coast, the first part of Florida to get hit by any hydrogen sulfide coming from the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. There have been many mysterious deaths in this area as well, which isn't at all surprising since hydrogen sulfide is as deadly as it is flammable...

2013-06-13 - Hay bursts into flame on back of pickup truck on I-70 near Grand Junction (Colorado):

2013-06-13 - Dumpster bursts into flame on East Thomas Road in Scottsdale (Arizona):

2013-06-13 - Patio furniture business burns to the ground in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

2013-06-13 - Storage building destroyed by fire in Minot (North Dakota):

2013-06-13 - Roof bursts into flame at business in Wood-Ridge (New Jersey):

2013-06-13 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 2 AM in Canton (Ohio):

2013-06-13 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 12:15 AM in Gainesville (Florida), near Newmans Lake:

2013-06-13 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Seguin (Texas):

2013-06-13 - Vacant apartment building damaged by basement fire in wrightsville (Pennsylvania), near the Susquehanna River:

2013-06-13 - Huge 68-foot fin whale washes ashore dead near Ocean Shores (Washington):

2013-06-13 - Two campers found dead in tent in Los Padres National Forest (California):

2013-06-13 - Mother and daughter, 32 and 2, found dead in pond in Rampura Basti (India):

2013-06-13 - Three charred corpses found in burning car at 2 AM near Magalia (California):

Quote: "Authorities say someone in the area heard a 'pop' and when Sheriff's Deputies went to go check on it, they found the car in flames."

Note: There's that popping sound again, heard right before many fires in the last year. That's probably the sound of a gas plume - hydrogen sulfide or methane or both - igniting, a small explosion. When these explosions are a little larger, they sound like fireworks or gunfire and may be mistaken for either. When they're really large then people have been hearing thunderous boom sounds, sometimes accompanied by a 'flash of light', and these large explosions can shake homes - or even damage them - from miles away...

2013-06-13 - Man collapses and dies on street in Dinuba (California):

2013-06-13 - Man, 55, found dead half under his riding mower at home on Riverside Drive in Schuyler (Virginia):

Note: He may have gotten a whiff of hydrogen sulfide blowing by, which killed him and he toppled off his mower, which kept going a little bit. His house is, as the street name indicates, right next to a river, a low-lying area where heavier-than-air hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate when the wind isn't blowing it on and from where it will blow when the wind picks up. I'd bet that if the authorities could tell exactly when he flopped over dead, and they could tell what the wind was doing at that moment, they'd find that it was blowing lightly off that river toward that man's property...

2013-06-13 - Body found in truck near Indian River State College in coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

2013-06-13 - Missing man, 66, washes ashore dead at beach in Monifieth (Scotland):

2013-06-13 - Man, 67, found dead in apartment in Edmonton (Canada):

Note: Lotsa lakes all around Edmonton...

2013-06-13 - Man, 42, found slumped over dead in car near railway station in St Mary Cray (Britain), near the River Cray:

2013-06-13 - Man, 74, found dead in submerged car in the Salmon River near McCall (Idaho):

2013-06-13 - Missing man, 29, found dead in woodland near Houghton-le-Spring (Britain):

2013-06-13 - Man found dead in drainage canal in coastal Ocean Beach (California):

2013-06-13 - Passenger plane skids off runway in coastal Nassau (Bahamas):,0,2437095.story

2013-06-13 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Indianapolis (Indiana), engine failure:

2013-06-13 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in coastal Gulfport (Mississippi), landing gear problem:

2013-06-13 - Small plane crashes shortly after takeoff, near airport in Oxford (North Carolina), 2 injured:

2013-06-13 - Small plane crashes shortly after takeoff, near airport in North Battleford (Canada), 2 killed:

2013-06-13 - Two passenger trains collide near coastal Buenos Aires (Argentina), at least 3 killed, 150 injured:

2013-06-13 - Eight-vehicle crash involving two tractor trailers on I-24 in Rutherford County (Tennessee), 2 killed, 5 injured:

Quote: "Two vehicles caught fire; one of those vehicles became fully engulfed in flames killing two occupants from out of state. Two individuals were rescued from the other vehicle on fire. At this time, there are two confirmed fatalities, three subjects were transported by LifeFlight to Vanderbilt Medical Center and two subjects were transported by EMS-ground to Vanderbilt Medical Center. Seven other individuals were involved in the crash, sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene."

2013-06-13 - Passenger bus overturns in Al Jamoom (Saudi Arabia), 12 killed, 39 injured:

Quote: "The accident was caused by a tyre burst..."

Note: Tires and brake pads are absorbing hydrogen sulfide. Then when brakes are applied, an abnormal amount of heat is generated, because hydrogen sulfide burns very hot. Then bad things can happen: tires explode or ignite, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This affects massive vehicles the most, but no vehicle is immune. Buses have been overturning, running out of control, plunging off cliffs, crashing into gorges and ravines, veering across lanes and hitting other vehicles, etc.

2013-06-13 - Passenger bus and truck collide head-on in Morococha (Peru), at least 6 killed, dozens injured:

2013-06-13 - Tractor trailer and commercial vehicle collide at 1:30 AM, burst into flame, on I-91 in Holyoke (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2013-06-13 - Tractor trailer and delivery truck collide near Johannesburg (South Africa), pileup ensues, 5 killed, 13 injured:

2013-06-13 - Tractor trailer veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on I-80 near Joliet (Illinois), 2 injured:

Quote: "Malone said police are investigating what may have caused the truck driver to lose control, and he said he could not confirm a witness' account to New Lenox Patch that it appeared that one of the semi's tires may have blown out."

Note: Tire blowout would not surprise me one bit, due to the problem with tires and brake pads absorbing hot-burning hydrogen sulfide...

2013-06-13 - Tractor trailer slams into transformer, which bursts into flame, in Cape Girardeau (Missouri):

2013-06-13 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 50 near the Bay Bridge near coastal Annapolis (Maryland), 1 injured:

2013-06-13 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Lovelady (Texas), 3 killed:

2013-06-13 - Two cars collide head-on in suburb of coastal Perth (Australia), 5 injured:

2013-06-13 - Car drives off ferry terminal, lands upside down on rocks, at Mayne Island (Canada), 1 injured:

2013-06-13 - Car slams into home at 5:15 AM in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 1 killed:

2013-06-13 - Car crashes, bursts into flame on the A406 near the Redbridge Roundabout (Britain), man burned:

2013-06-13 - Vehicle veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, at 5:30 AM in Granger Township (Ohio), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-06-13 - Sinkhole opens up on the Garden State Parkway in coastal Little Egg Harbor Township (New Jersey):

2013-06-13 - Sinkhole in Harrisburg (Pennsylvania) causing raw sewage to flow into basements of some homes:

Quote: "I can't even hang clothes because when I hang my clothes, after they dry, the feces smell is on my clothes..."

2013-06-13 - Back deck collapses into Biscayne Bay at popular bar and grill near coastal Miami (Florida), 33 people injured:

Quote: "The back deck at popular Shuckers Bar & Grill collapsed into Biscayne Bay Thursday night during Game 4 of the NBA Finals, sending patrons into the water off the 79th Street Causeway. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue reported that approximately 100 people had been on the deck; two of them are now in critical condition and another 31 were injured."

2013-06-13 - NASA finds permafrost in the Arctic releasing disturbing amounts of methane into the atmosphere:


  1. Seems like a substantial uptick in events over there - there's been another explosion in Louisiana -

    15 miles from La. sinkhole, 2nd plant explodes:

    One dead, several hurt in second Louisiana plant blast:

    In this case they are blaming an "overpressurized container."

    As you have been watching events unfold over time, have you had any thoughts about when we might hit a kind of tipping point? Months, years or decades?
    I'm thinking in terms of years myself, but that may be wishful thinking!

    Here's a few reports I don't think you've listed yet:

    Smethwick scrap metal yard fire possibly caused by 'electrical fault'

    Fire at Leicester paper and plastics factory:

    'Explosion' as power cable falls in Tavistock:

    Seven crews called to paper fire in Bawsey:

    Fire-fighters stop garage fire spreading to house near Penzance:

    Two sheds on fire, spreads to house; also scout hut fire:

    Not sure if this one is relevant, they seem to think it was elecrical burns although they can't say how it happened:

    Teenager found with severe burns on Littlehampton roadside

    Youth suffers 'power supply' burns
    "The location and type of the power supply where the teenager was injured has not been identified by police."

    1. Thanks much, as always!

      'Tipping point' - kind of a vague term there, but I kinda know what you mean by it anyway. Things really started to ratchet up in 2010, and the 'catastrophe curve' seems to have been steepening since then, and that looks like it will continue. So extrapolate out a bit and in 3-5 years things look likely to be just horrifying almost beyond imagining, with homes and businesses and vehicles exploding and burning everywhere, fires raging all over the planet, people dropping dead constantly and corpses everywhere, and weather going even more berzerk than it already is.

      Forget about decades, or even one decade. Whoever isn't in a protected habitat by 2020 will probably be staring death in the face every day until they're gone, and I imagine a whole lot of people will be dead before we even get to 2020.

      Sorry to be so bleak, just callin' it as I see it!

  2. I think most people have a glamorous vision of a post-apocalyptic world, action packed and exciting like in the movies. The reality is more likely to be pretty damn grim.
    Can't blame them though, I was kinda looking forward to driving around in a supercharged V-8 Interceptor! Ah well.

    Another house exploded today as well, I haven't been keeping a tally but I think this is the 5th or 6th this year:

    Woman is killed in Harold Hill gas explosion

    1. Quote: "I was kinda looking forward to driving around in a supercharged V-8 Interceptor!"

      I hear ya! And I was practicing to lurk quietly amidst rocks then spring up suddenly and throw razor-sharp finger-chopping boomerangs at gas-starved biker thugs then scuttle away. We woulda made a good team!