Sunday, June 16, 2013

Event Update For 2013-06-15

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
2013-06-15 - Massive fire engulfs building full of pallets and tires at recycling center in Indianapolis (Indiana):
Quote: "A massive business fire that burned for roughly nine hours Saturday has been marked under control. At one point nearly 200 firefighters were at the scene battling the Indianapolis southwest side Saturday afternoon. The fire occurred at a recycling center at 202 S. Belmont Ave."
Quote: "It's estimated that around 85,000 square feet of pallets, 60,000 square feet of tires and 15 propane tanks are inside the building."
Note: There have been numerous pallet-related fires in the last year or so, some downright monstrous. Pallets have a number of vulnerabilities to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem: 1) they're made of wood and all flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, including wood, cardboard, paper, mulch, dried brush, generic trash, hay, straw, clothes, cotton, wool, etc; 2) they're held together with steel nails or screws, which rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel; 3) they're often stored outside where they are fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide or methane blowing through. (The latter is not the case with this particular fire, but warehouses are generally not very airtight and often have large bays for loading/unloading trucks.)

2013-06-15 - Underground electrical explosion rocks coastal Manhattan (New York), car damaged by fire:

Quote: "Witnesses told Fox 5 News that a nearby building shook shook from the blast."

Note: And yet another underground electrical explosion. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, quays, valleys, canyons, gorges, ravines, ditches, etc. It is also extremely flammable and it is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that found in underground electrical facilities, battery cables, the wiring in vehicles, homes, businesses, etc. The number of underground electrical explosions has been steadily escalating...

2013-06-15 - Chemical plant hit by explosion in Dalian, Liaoning Province (China), at least 4 killed:

2013-06-15 - Mysterious boom reported around Mitchell (South Dakota), near Lake Mitchell:

Quote: "Davison County Chief Deputy Steve Harr heard dispatchers discuss calls they received about a big boom. He heard reports of people who heard it in Mitchell, Mount Vernon and five miles northwest of Mount Vernon. 'This was a first for me,' Harr said."

Note: The writers of the story have some powerful Normalcy Bias and work very hard to convince you - or perhaps themselves - that this was a military plane's sonic boom. At 11 PM, over populated areas? The Chief Deputy there says it's a first, so whatever this was, it was not anything routine. It was probably a hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plume finding an ignition source and exploding, but we'll never know for sure...

2013-06-15 - Thirty tons of baled paper bursts into flame at property in Bawsey (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Commercial building hit by explosion and fire at 3:15 AM in coastal Los Angeles (California):

Quote: "Firefighters responded at 3:15 to the intersection of East 92nd and Juniper streets after someone reported an apparent explosion at Victor Refrigeration & Store Fixture Company."

2013-06-15 - Jet carrying former President George W. Bush makes emergency landing in Louisville (Kentucky), smoke in cockpit:

2013-06-15 - Fishing boat bursts into flame off the coast near Su-ao (Taiwan):

2013-06-15 - Canal barge bursts into flame in Winsford (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Twenty cars destroyed by fire at auto salvage yard in Jessup (Maryland):

2013-06-15 - Transit bus bursts into flame on Portage Avenue in Manitoba (Canada):

2013-06-15 - Shuttle bus bursts into flame on expressway near coastal Manila in the Philippine Islands:

2013-06-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A4 near Bath (Britain):

Quote: "Nobody was hurt in the incident, though the cargo onboard the lorry was damaged with a number of burnt boxes and pallets being removed."

2013-06-15 - RV bursts into flame at 2:30 AM while parked near business in Clearview (Washington):

2013-06-15 - RV bursts into flame on Highway 40 in Wasatch County (Utah):

2013-06-15 - Car bursts into flame on I-71/75 in Fort Wright (Kentucky):

2013-06-15 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartment complex in Carbondale (Colorado):

2013-06-15 - Car bursts into flame then crashes into home in Detroit (Michigan):

Quote: "The caller reportedly said a car ignited in flames and then drove into a occupied home."

Note: Supposedly the driver was shot and that caused him to crash. Did anyone see a shooter, or did they just hear a 'pop' that sounded like gunfire? Because a gas plume igniting might sound just like gunfire, and would also explain the car bursting into flame. There have been lots of 'popping sounds' heard just before fires this past year or so. Of course, this WAS Detroit, so shootings aren't exactly unheard of either...

2013-06-15 - Car bursts into flame on the Pan Island Expressway in coastal Singapore:

2013-06-15 - In separate incidents, 3 cars burst into flame in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

Note: Didn't look like arsonists from the evidence. Oh right, they didn't mention having any evidence, as usual. They must shop a lot at Assumptions R Us...

2013-06-15 - Vehicle bursts into flame while parked at home in Woodland Park (Colorado), fire spreads to deck, home:

2013-06-15 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-81 in Montgomery County (Virginia):

2013-06-15 - Massive fire devastates tire and auto shop in Mount Pocono (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "A 69 News crew headed to a scene on Route 940 in Mount Pocono could see smoke while they were still dozens of miles away."

2013-06-15 - Auto shop erupts in flame in coastal Qatar, fire spreads to laundromat and cafeteria:

2013-06-15 - Barn destroyed by fire at 5:45 AM in East Hopewell Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-15 - Barn severely damaged by fire in Hillier (Canada), 500 feet from Consecon Lake:

2013-06-15 - Barn damaged by fire in Newport (Maine), near Sebasticook Lake:

2013-06-15 - Rooftop ventilation system bursts into flame in Bala Cynwyd (Pennsylvania), 4 Philadelphia radio stations knocked offline:

Note: What do rooftop ventilation systems do? They move the atmosphere around. How are they powered? With electricity. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. A 'flash fire' in the ventilation system at the State Department in coastal Washington DC injured 3 people late last year, as mentioned in the 2012-11-24 update. That's when I realized there was going to be a problem with ventilation systems, so I started looking for more fires involving ventilation systems then, and I found them - they're happening, at schools, businesses, homes...

2013-06-15 - In separate incidents, porta-potty and porch burst into flame in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2013-06-15 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Great Falls (Montana):

Note: Porches have the same vulnerabilties to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem that pallets do, except that they're usually coated with sealant and/or paint, which helps somewhat...

2013-06-15 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Visalia (California), fire spreads, two homes damaged:

2013-06-15 - Porch bursts into flame at 5:11 AM at home in Charlottesville (Virginia):

2013-06-15 - Porch door bursts into flame at home in coastal Brighton (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Apartment complex catches fire in Ocala (Florida), near the coast:

2013-06-15 - Shed bursts into flame at vacant dive school in coastal Hayle (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Vacant apartment burns in coastal Washington DC:

2013-06-15 - Vacant home burns at 3:48 AM in coastal Clearwater (Florida):

Note: This same home burned two days prior too. They said it was an 'electrical problem' then, and now they say that fire and this one were arson. They don't actually provide any evidence of that though. They were probably closer to the truth with their original story, before they changed it, since hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, so fires that are caused by that reaction will look exactly like an electrical fire of some kind. Also, putting out a fire does nothing to make a building any safer from the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem, so buildings have been burning multiple times with some regularity over the last year or so...

2013-06-15 - Vacant house severely damaged by fire at 1 AM in Glassboro (New Jersey):

2013-06-15 - Large vacant historic building erupts in flame at 5 AM in Detroit (Michigan), roofline collapses:

2013-06-15 - Fish reported dying in pond at park in El Dorado (Kansas):

Quote: "We’ve run all the tests we know to run in our lab and didn’t find a cause..."

2013-06-15 - Large numbers of fish dying in the Yahe River in Yiyang (China), in Hunan Province:

2013-06-15 - Man, 26, found dead next to apartment complex swimming pool in Burlington (North Carolina):

2013-06-15 - Woman, 58, drops dead in her backyard at home on Beach Trail in Indian Rocks Beach (Florida):

Note: Florida's Gulf Coast again, directly downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming deadly (and flammable) hydrogen sulfide now. There've been lots of mysterious deaths up and down this coast, people dead in canals, at beaches, in yards, on streets, in cars, in ponds and streams and swimming pools, etc.

2013-06-15 - Man, 54, found dead on the bank of the Severn Estuary in coastal Newport (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Man found dead inside charred apartment on North Lake Shore Drive in Chicago (Illinois):

Quote: "Chicago Police found a man dead inside his burned, Gold Coast apartment near the 1100 block of North Lake Shore Drive. Officers were called to the building Friday night for a well being check after the doorman reported not seeing the resident for quite some time. Maintenance workers had to cut the chain lock on the inside of the door to gain access to the condo when police found the man’s body next to a burned mattress. The walls of the apartment were also charred."

2013-06-15 - Man, 33, drops dead at home in Staffordshire (Britain), 19 days after his wedding:

2013-06-15 - Edmonton Oilers prospect, 20, found dead in the Daugava River (Latvia):

2013-06-15 - Two missing climbers found dead in the sea along the Anglesey coast (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Man, 24, found dead at Baga Beach in Gujarat (India):

2013-06-15 - Man, 35, falls unconscious and dies in jail cell in Malerkotla (India):

2013-06-15 - Canter driver drops dead at hotel in Gurgaon (India):

2013-06-15 - Man, 45, found dead in the Mhadei River near Ponda (India):

2013-06-15 - Eighth body in recent times found in ditch in Agartala (India), village freaking out:

2013-06-15 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 'mechanical problems':

2013-06-15 - Small plane crashes and burns near Madeline Island Airport (Wisconsin), 2 killed:

2013-06-15 - Small plane crashes near Needles (California), 4 injured:

2013-06-15 - Small plane crashes shortly after takeoff in Victoria (Texas), 3 injured:

2013-06-15 - Small plane crashes in field near Elverta (California), 1 critically injured:

2013-06-15 - Small plane crashes, flips over, at Altoona-Blair County Airport (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-75 in Rockcastle County (Kentucky), 1 lightly injured:

2013-06-15 - Tractor trailer hauling cows overturns on I-495 in Delware, 3 cows make a break for it:

2013-06-15 - Dump truck overturns, bursts into flame, on I-64 near Institute (West Virginia), 1 injured:

2013-06-15 - RV veers off road, overturns, bursts into flame, near Chitina (Alaska):

2013-06-15 - SUV and car collide in Surprise (Arizona), 7 injured:

2013-06-15 - Pickup slams head-on into tractor trailer on highway near Orlando (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-06-15 - Two cars crash near Temuka (New Zealand), near the coast, 7 injured:

2013-06-15 - Two cars crash, one bursts into flame, in coastal Tampa (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-06-15 - Two cars crash, one bursts into flame, on the A14 near Elmswell (Britain):

2013-06-15 - Car hits car, bursts into flame, on Route 50 in Dorchester County (Maryland), 3 injured:

2013-06-15 - Car crashes into The Islands apartment complex in Wayne Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-15 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, explodes, at 1:20 AM in Fort Thomas (Kentucky):

2013-06-15 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, at 1:45 AM on I-465 in Indianapolis (Indiana), 1 injured:


  1. 2013-06-15 - In separate incidents, 3 cars burst into flame in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

    There was another vehicle fire in Bournemouth earlier that day:

    Man treated for burns after vehicle fire in Bournemouth:

    Also a huge blaze up in coastal Sunderland:

    Firefighters tackle huge blaze in Sunderland

    And I thought this was interesting re: the Newark, Nottinghamshire house blast that happened on 2013-05-19:

    Quote -

    "Mr Massey said: "It's still a shock to all of us because we are all waiting for answers.
    "You think... what has caused this explosion if it's come from a cellar? They are thinking 'Is there something in these cellars we don't know about?' I would think so anyway."

    So after weeks of investigation, they still don't know what caused the blast, but it appears to have originated in the basement. Lol, maybe I should send them a link to this blog!

    1. Thanks again! You rock! Many eyes are certainly better than just my own two. In the 2013-06-16 update I highlighted the HUGE increase in underground explosions in London. It's all the same thing, the homes exploding, the underground explosions, the vehicle fires, the recycling fires. It starts to get pretty obvious. I wonder if the authorities aren't seeing what's going on, or if they are but they just aren't talking, cuz they don't WANT people to know the truth. The truth is, in this case, admittedly pretty freaking terrifying! But like I have always said, there is just NO WAY that this is going to go on forever, until we're all dead, without people waking up. So, we're gonna have to deal with that, whether 'they' approve or not.

  2. Yeah I saw that thing about the London exlosions, nearly posted about it but you beat me to it anyway heh.

    I also wonder, same as you, if they know but just aren't telling.
    The people in that street in Newark are getting ansty and demanding answers, and the thing is, usually insurance companies are involved in these events and AFAIK they conduct their own investigations, so any issues with utility companies not maintaining their infrastructure safely should come out.

    And in your latest update the recycling plant blaze in Kidderminster - that's the second fire in 6 months there, so as these things keep recurring I'm sure more and more people will start asking questions.