Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Event Update For 2013-06-18

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
2013-06-18 - Massive fire and multiple explosions rock ammo depot in the Samara Region (Russia):
Quote: "Multiple artillery shells keep exploding at an ammunition depot near the city of Chapaevsk, a local police spokesman told RIA. 'It is still not possible to halt the self-destruction, or to enter the firing grounds,' he added, saying that the shell shards are scattering in such a large area that there is no way the fire brigade could reach and extinguish the fire. According to the Chief Directorate of the Interior Ministry for Samara Region spokesman Sergey Goldstein, there are '13 million shell units' at the ammunition depot, Interfax reports."
Quote: "The Emergencies Ministry said about 30 people had sought medical help and 11 of them were hospitalized, while more than 6,000 people were evacuated from the village of Nagorny. More than 600 emergency workers were trying to put out the fire..."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Ammo depots will be hit with explosions and fires, including the civilian versions like fireworks factories."
I mentioned these types of facilities specifically because they have all the same vulnerabilities as any business, like the rusty iron/steel problem, the electrified copper problem, the flammable absorbent material problem, but some such facilities also store chemicals reactive with hydrogen sulfide, in particular nitric acid, which is used as a catalyst for rocket fuel, and nitric acid is explosively reactive with gaseous hydrogen sulfide. So a little hydrogen sulfide finds some nitric acid (or rusty iron/steel, or electrified copper) and a fire erupts, and then you ALSO have oodles of explosives around, so once a fire gets going at a place like this, it's apt to spiral out of control very quickly, and the consequences can be horrendous...

2013-06-18 - Multiple underground explosions blow 11 manholes off in Linthwaite (Britain):

Quote: "One of the manhole covers even flew over a wall, fire crews were told when they were called to Royd House Lane. And the force of the blast could be heard three miles away in Scapegoat Hill."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and it will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, bodies of water, valleys, canyons, ravines, ditches, etc. It's also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that found in vehicles and underground electrical facilities. It's also reactive with rusty iron/steel, like many gas lines. Biogenic sulfide corrosion will also eat away at steel and concrete, making gas leaks more common, resulting in more gas explosions and fires...

2013-06-18 - Huge gas line explosion rocks Enon (Louisiana), 80 miles north of New Orleans, 10,000 people lose power:

Note: There've been numerous major explosions in Louisiana in recent times. That's not too surprising considering the proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and its horrible dead zones, which are surely pluming deadly and highly flammable hydrogen sulfide now. There are also methane hydrate deposits in the Gulf of Mexico and I would be very surprised if they haven't begun to dissociate just as have those in the Arctic and off the US East Coast...

2013-06-18 - Huge explosion and fire destroys transformer in Prague (Czech Republic), a third of the city goes dark:

Note: Prague lies along the Vltava River...

2013-06-18 - Electrical substation erupts in flame in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

Quote: "The incident is still ongoing, with three units currently at the scene which is located beside a sewage treatment plant."

2013-06-18 - Explosion rocks hospital ward at Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare (Zimbabwe):

2013-06-18 - Landfill erupts in flame at 3:50 AM in Great Blakenham (Britain):

2013-06-18 - 'Extreme' wildfire burns 5000 acres in 7 hours near Prescott (Arizona), wind blows it toward Prescott:

2013-06-18 - Cargo ship 'MOL Comfort' cracks in half, bursts into flame, in the ocean near Yemen, crew abandons ship:

Note: Debated about whether to put this in the accidents section or here. I guess it doesn't matter that much, so here it is. Check the pics out. This was one of those HUGE container ships...

2013-06-18 - Mining ship 'Grand Banks' bursts into flame off the coast of Namibia:

2013-06-18 - Boat bursts into flame on Dahme Lake near Aberdeen (South Dakota):,0,5784093.photogallery

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on highway in Henderson (Texas):

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 101 in San Miguel (California):

Note: Story has a pic taken from a helicopter, shows how much smoke a burning big rig generates...

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 in Tuscon (Arizona):

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on 9th Street in Trenton (Missouri):

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in Save-A-Lot parking lot in Hodgenville (Kentucky):

2013-06-18 - Semi bursts into flame while parked inside business in Paragould (Arkansas):

2013-06-18 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on I-395 in Montville (Connecticut):

2013-06-18 - Box truck bursts into flame on highway near Zelienople (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-18 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on I-270 in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-06-18 - Hay truck bursts into flame on Highway 74/76 in Brunswick County (North Carolina):

2013-06-18 - RV bursts into flame at 1:45 AM while parked at home in Burnley (Britain), fire spreads to two homes:

Note: Burnley seems like an aptly-named place!

2013-06-18 - RV bursts into flame while parked in Lawton (Oklahoma):

2013-06-18 - Van bursts into flame on Vernon Way in Crewe (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Van bursts into flame on Fulbridge Road in Dogsthorpe, Peterborough (Britain):

2013-06-18 - In separate incidents, mail truck and vehicle burst into flame in Cleveland (Georgia):

Quote: "White County Fire Department Spokeswoman Ana Newberry said the mail vehicle was destroyed around 10:30 a.m. on Wild Turkey Trail. Newberry said the female mail carrier was shaken up, but not injured. She believed that all of the mail in the vehicle was saved from the fire. Earlier in the day, a vehicle caught fire at the Chevron Convenience Store in East Kytle Street in Cleveland."

2013-06-18 - SUV bursts into flame along Illinois 37 near Lake Benton (Illinois):

2013-06-18 - SUV bursts into flame at Lord & Taylor in coastal Stamford (Connecticut):

2013-06-18 - SUV bursts into flame on street somewhere in Britain:

Note: Heh, sorry, story kinda vague there. It was a Land Rover and it caught fire and it was in Britain and a woman was driving it and she wasn't hurt. What city, what street, what time, etc, they do not mention...

2013-06-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-65 in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-06-18 - Three cars destroyed by blaze at 12:20 AM, home damaged, in Ottawa (Canada):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked at airport in Memphis (Tennessee):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked at tavern in Massillon (Ohio):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked at high-rise in coastal Dubai (UAE):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame while man works on it, fire spreads, in suburb of coastal Sydney (Australia):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame near school in Glenfield (New Zealand), near the coast:

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame after pulling into parking lot in Parsippany (New Jersey):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame near Soap Lake (Washington), starts grass fire:

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame on the M18 near Thorne (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame on Rectory Lane in Addlethorpe (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame on I-76 in Youngstown (Ohio):

2013-06-18 - Car bursts into flame on Sandhurst Lane in Gloucester (Britain):

2013-06-18 - RV trailer bursts into flame in Takeley (Britain):

2013-06-18 - RV trailer bursts into flame at Grange Park Mobile Home Site in Hedge End (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Three cars and garage destroyed by fire at home on South Taylor Creek Lane in Turners (Missouri):,0,1111910.story

2013-06-18 - Auto shop destroyed by fire in Grayling (Michigan), near Shellenbarger Lake:

2013-06-18 - Auto shop damaged by fire in Liberty Township (Ohio):,2013,Jun,19&c=brief

2013-06-18 - Fire breaks out beneath semi trailer at grocery store in Kingman (Arizona):

2013-06-18 - Barn explodes and burns, fire spreads to car and more, near Felixstowe (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Barn and 500 bales of hay destroyed by fire in Hereford (Texas):

2013-06-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Broughton-In-Furness in Cumbria (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Another hardware store heavily damaged by fire, this time in Joppa (Maryland):,0,1207521.story

Note: Hardware stores have many vulnerabiities to the atmnospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. They have copper wiring (electrified and not), they often store lumber, they have batteries and battery cables and combustion engines (chainsaws, lawnmowers, etc), they probably have some rusty iron/steel around, air-conditioners, cardboard, pallets, and on and on. An iconic hardware store was just destroyed by fire in coastal Washington DC recently too, as mentioned in the 2013-06-06 update...

2013-06-18 - Trash can bursts into flame at home on Hough Green in Widnes (Britain):

Note: Not a huge fire, just showing it because lots of trash cans have been bursting into flame. Trash is usually filled with absorbent flammable materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously comnbusting, including wood, cardboard, paper, dried brush, mulch, generic trash, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, etc. So any kind of open-top dumpster or trash can is potentially a fire waiting to happen. They're much safer if they have lids. 'Dumpster-diving' may cause problems too, like you catching on fire, like the man who burst into flame at a dumpster outside a 7-11 in Provo (Utah), as mentioned in the 2013-02-11 update. I suspect he was 'dumpster-diving' and his clothes had become contaminated from contact with contaminated trash and then a cig or some static electricity ignited him...

2013-06-18 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Ralston (Nebraska), fire spreads, home destroyed:

2013-06-18 - Porch bursts into flame at home in the Town of Newburgh (New York), fire spreads, home heavily damaged:

2013-06-18 - Home destroyed by blaze at 2:45 AM in North St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2013-06-18 - Home burns to the ground at 3 AM on Chena Hot Springs Road in Two Rivers (Alaska):

2013-06-18 - Two vacant homes burn in the wee hours, 24 hours and 100 yards apart, in Spokane (Washington):

2013-06-18 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 2 AM in Youngstown (Ohio):

2013-06-18 - Vacant home burns at 2:30 AM in Langford (Canada), on Vancouver Island:

2013-06-18 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Webster (Massachusetts):

2013-06-18 - Vacant home burns in West Hempfield Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-06-18 - Vacant Royal British Legion social club erupts in flame in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-06-18 - Shrimp mysteriously dying at fish farms in Sinaloa and Sonora (Mexico):

2013-06-18 - Two missing divers found dead in the water at Scapa Flow (Scotland):

2013-06-18 - Teen, 15, topples into pond and dies in Fort Collins (Colorado):

2013-06-18 - Woman, 21, found dead in swimming pool at home near coastal Indialantic (Florida):

Note: Another day, another mysterious death in Florida. Florida is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide now. It's also a water-soluble gas and is probably contaminating water here and there, like, for example, the water in pools and canals and ponds...

2013-06-18 - Woman in her 30s drops dead near the water along Pensacola Bay (Florida):

2013-06-18 - Woman found dead in garden pond at home in Gayton (Britain):

Quote: "Officers had earlier attended an incident at a property in Hall Farm Road, Gayton, at around 2.40pm, in which a man in his late teens was taken to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital. However, police say they do not believe the two incidents are connected."

Note: Same timeframe, same area, same atmosphere. They very well may be related. It's not like a cloud of poisonous hydrogen sulfide can only affect one person. As the clouds get larger and more concentrated they will affect more and more people. There was probably an elevated number of medical calls in that town that day, heart attacks, strokes, seizures, difficulty breathing, etc.

2013-06-18 - Person found dead in submerged car in Whangaroa Harbour near the Bay of Islands (New Zealand):

2013-06-18 - Methane kills 7 workers in Milas district of Mugla province (Turkey):

2013-06-18 - Man, 21, goes missing, found dead in the Yamuna River in Delhi (India):

Note: Read the story to see one of the tricks that India's government uses to disguise all the mysterious deaths. They portray it as 'family says homicide' and 'police say suicide', leaving you to (they hope) think that those are the only two possibilities. They also use 'person decided to eat some poison' as an excuse too much of the time too, though not in this particular story. They're really very predictable...

2013-06-18 - Man, 41, found dead at home in Forfar (Scotland):

2013-06-18 - Missing photographer, 33, found dead in Lake Lillinonah (Connecticut):

2013-06-18 - Man found dead near Red Bluff Landing in Horry County in the Waccamaw River (South Carolina):

2013-06-18 - Missing pharmacist, 51, found dead in Lake of the Ozarks at Camdenton (Missouri):,0,1830149.story

2013-06-18 - Military KC-135 plane makes emergency landing in Peru (Indiana), hydraulics failure:

2013-06-18 - Passenger bus plunges into valley near Xinjiang (China), at least 11 killed:

2013-06-18 - Tanker truck plunges 20 feet off overpass in coastal La Porte (Texas), 2 injured:

2013-06-18 - Tanker truck overturns on I-10 near Gramercy (Louisiana):

2013-06-18 - Tanker truck overturns, bursts into flame, on I-20 in Aiken (South Carolina), 1 injured:

Quote: "Witnesses on the scene tell NBC 26 they saw the truck on fire."

2013-06-18 - Tanker truck overturns near El Paso (Arkansas):

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on I-85 ramp in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-06-18 - Tractor trailer hauling corn overturns on US 24 near Rossville (Kansas):

2013-06-18 - Garbage truck overturns in Fulton County (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-06-18 - Car hits Twins minor league bus head-on at 4:30 AM in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), 1 killed:

2013-06-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits flatbed truck head-on, in York County (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2013-06-18 - Car plunges into pond in Montville (Connecticut), driver rescued:

Note: Note the truck fire in Montville on this same day in the fires section...

2013-06-18 - Car veers off road, plunges 60 feet down ravine, on the island of Maui (Hawaii), 3 injured (1 critically):

2013-06-18 - Shark attacks and injures man at Kekaha Kai State Park (Hawaii):

2013-06-18 - Family dog bites 7-year-old girl in the face in coastal Edgewater (Florida):

Note: Australian shepard-Labrador mix, so not a pit bull for a change...

2013-06-18 - Sinkhole emitting foul odor in coastal Port Arthur (Texas):

Quote: "Port Arthur residents in the 3800 block of Dryden Road say it's hard to breathe in their neighborhood because an awful odor is coming out of a sinkhole near the road."

2013-06-18 - Sinkhole opens up in parking lot in coastal Washington DC:

2013-06-18 - Sinkhole opens up at intersection in coastal Coos Bay (Oregon):

2013-06-18 - Another sinkhole opens up in Cape Girardeau (Missouri), near home:

2013-06-18 - Sinkhole opens up on New Park Avenue in Hartford (Connecticut):

2013-06-18 - Possibly the largest methane seep in the world found off the US East Coast:

Quote: "An even larger, previously unknown vent was found off the coast of Virginia, in research by Steve Ross, a scientist at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and Sandra Brooke, a scientist at Florida State University. Discovered near the Norfolk submarine canyon, the vent is the largest in the Atlantic, and possibly in all of the world's oceans, Ross told LiveScience."

2013-06-18 - Toxic blue-green (cyanobacteria) outbreak at Willow Creek Reservoir (Oregon):

2013-06-18 - Mysterious dark slick substance forces swimmers off Lake Michigan beach near Porter (Indiana):

Quote: "Officials remain baffled as to how a dark, slick substance that forced dozens of swimmers out of the water at a northwest Indiana beach mysteriously vanished. 'They checked the beach, and they can't find any evidence of it,' Indiana Department of Environmental Management spokesman Barry Sneed told 'Authorities figure it may have sunk, or moved farther north. It's a strange phenomenon.' Swimmers notified law enforcement authorities that a dark-colored residue stretching nearly a mile long on Lake Michigan had appeared on the surface of the water at Porter Beach in Porter, Ind., Monday afternoon, Sneed said."

Note: LMAO, I'm starting to mentally translate the phrases 'officials remain baffled' and 'scientists are baffled' to 'Oh sh#t, we're screwed now!'

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