Monday, July 1, 2013

2013 - JUN - Other Stories

2013-06-30 - Charred corpse found in burned-out car at 6 AM in Milan Township (Ohio), in Erie County, blamed on suicide:

2013-06-29 - Heatwave in Southern California hot enough to ground planes:

Quote: "Temperatures soared high enough Saturday to actually ground small aircraft."

2013-06-29 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak at Milford Reservoir north of Farnum Creek (Kansas):

2013-06-28 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreaks in three lakes in Green County (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Because of the elevated blue-green algae count, contact with water in specific areas at the lakes are discouraged until toxicity tests can be done. These lakes include Keystone, Tenkiller and Heyburn."

2013-06-27 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak at Lake Isle in Alberta (Canada):

2013-06-27 - American schooner carrying 7 goes missing between New Zealand and Australia:

2013-06-26 - Two women suddenly sicken, medevac'd off cruise ship off the coast of New Jersey:

2013-06-26 - Another albino humpback whale spotted near Australia:

Note: Albinism and polycephaly (two-headedness) are on the rise due to increasing levels of UV beaming down through our disintegrating ozone layer and damaging DNA/RNA. The disintegrating ozone layer is also making the Sun appear more white than it did when many of us were younger, when it was more yellow. This newer whiter Sun decreases natural melatonin production, which causes problems with your immune system and can affect sleep...

2013-06-26 - Two-headed turtle born at zoo in San Antonio (Texas):

Note: Like I was just saying about polycephaly...

2013-06-26 - Freak hailstorm grounds 80 NATO helicopters in Afghanistan:

Note: A proposed explanation for these freak hailstorms is mentioned at the bottom of the full hypothesis...

2013-06-25 - Toxic blue green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak on Lake Attitash (Massachusetts):

2013-06-22 - Woman footballer collapses to the ground, convulses, foams at the mouth, in coastal Geelong (Australia):

Quote: "A North Geelong footballer was in hospital overnight after convulsing on the field in a Victorian Women's Football League game yesterday. The player, Meg McLean, crashed to the turf after a ruck contest and foamed at the mouth for up to 90 seconds before drifting in and out of consciousness as an ambulance was called. McLean was rushed to The Austin hospital and, after a 40-minute delay, the game was abandoned."

2013-06-22 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak at Sutton Lake (West Virgini):

2013-06-22 - Landfill emitting foul odors, causing development problems, in coastal Guyana:

2013-06-20 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak at Lost Creek Lake (Oregon):

2013-06-19 - Man falls off 3rd story porch at 7:27 AM on Water Street in Fitchburg (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Note: Possible toppler...

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!'

2013-06-17 - Unusual heatwave baking Alaska:

2013-06-14 - City of Roxbury (New Jersey) drawing up evacuation plans because of hydrogen sulfide from landfill:

Quote: "Two developments could bring the state closer to taking over the Fenimore Landfill — which has been emitting hydrogen sulfide gas at such high levels township officials are drawing up evacuation plans."

Note: Landfills and sewers are actually traditional sources of hydrogen sulfide, though I've never heard of it being such a problem before that a city would draw up evacuation plans because of it. As the volcanic activity around the Earth picks up and heats up the waters, the waters of the Earth hold less oxygen, creating 'dead zones' where the ancient anaerobic bacteria that produce hydrogen sulfide reproduce and do their thing. Basically, the waters of the Earth are becoming more 'landfill-like'. I'm sure it hasn't helped matters any that we've dumped ungodly amounts of trash and sewage into the oceans either, and all of that biomass is food for those ancient bacteria, and they will, in effect, turn our trash and excrement into deadly hydrogen sulfide...

2013-06-14 - Teen, 17, found on side of road with severe burns in Littlehampton (Britain):

Quote: "Police said it appears he may have sustained the injuries having been near to a high voltage power supply."

Note: As is, this story doesn't make a lot of sense. Did a high voltage power supply drive by and zap this guy almost to death? Or did he get zapped almost to death and then decide to take a stroll? Or did some methane or hydrogen sulfide blow by, ignite (via cigarette, joint, static electricity, cellphone), and that badly burned him? He's critical now and may die, so no one may ever be able to ask him what happened...

2013-06-14 - Firefighters practice fighting massive flames on passenger planes in St. Paul (Minnesota):

Note: Sounds like some prudent training to me...

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

2013-06-12 - Chinese citizens doubtful of government story about deadly bus fire in coastal Xiamen that killed 42 people:

Note: Well, there's something Chinese citizens and I have in common...

2013-06-11 - Two-faced kitten born in Amity (Oregon):

Note: Genetic deformities like these are on the rise and have been for years, including albinism and polcycephaly. You can search for such events yourself and see that they began increasing in frequency some years ago - long before Fukushima, incidentally, so that's obviously not the cause. DNA and RNA is being damaged by rising UV levels as our ozone layer disintegrates. This is also why the Sun appears whiter and brighter now than it did when some of us were children, when it was more yellow. The more time you spend outdoors now, the greater the chance that your children will have genetic abnormalities too. Ever notice the giant 'contrail' grids in the sky? Ever wonder why they're GRIDS? The answer is probably in your kitchen, on the door of your microwave. Look at the shielding on the door - it's a grid, right? Grid patterns like that are used to mitigate radiation leakage. 'They' are trying to shield the planet from rising UV levels, especially population centers and croplands and (I would hope) areas with thick continental ice. 'They' aren't telling us this because the situation is so dire and the end of human civilization on the surface of the Earth is imminent, despite their best efforts. And I'm not saying what they're spraying is all nicey-nice either; it's toxic. But it probably has bought us a bit of time, at the cost of long-term poisoning effects. When there IS no 'long-term', that does not seem an unreasonable price to pay for more time in the present. What I say to my significant other is, 'Oh look, they're spraying toxic crap in the skies again. They DO love us!'

2013-06-11 - Toxic blue-green algae outbreak in loch in the Shetland Islands (Scotland):

2013-06-11 - Toxic blue-green algae outbreak along beaches in Sanibel (Florida):

2013-06-09 - China's propaganda department bans reporting about the recent devastating bus fire:

2013-06-09 - Gas leaks and smells break out in Brainerd (Minnesota):

2013-06-05 - In separate incidents, two women suffer seizures in Drogheda (Ireland), near the Irish Sea:

Note: Initially the authorities tried to blame this on contaminated pot, as apparently both women had smoked some pot. But after checking, the pot wasn't contaminated. What these 2 woman experienced sounds quite similar to the 3 kids who collapsed with seizures and foaming at the mouth at a school near the Rio Grande in El Paso, as mentioned in the 2013-06-04 update...

2013-06-05 - Gas leak closes High Street in coastal Penryn (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Methane frozen beneath lakes around the world, including Abraham Lake in Alberta (Canada):

Note: Some beautiful photos of the deadly danger lurking in lakes around the world...

2013-06-03 - 'Petrol fumes' blow sewer lid off, smell up neighborhood, in suburb of coastal Sydney (Australia):

Note: Petrol fumes, coming from sewers? That doesn't sound good...

2013-06-02 - Methane being released from ice in the Antarctic and the Himalayan Plateau now as heat deteriorates ice integrity:

Note: Uh oh, another large source of methane emissions. So now we've got methane clathrates dissociating in the waters near Siberia, off the coast of Israel, off the U.S. East Coast, and methane is coming up through the ground in Louisiana, Pennsylvania, California, and Australia, and now ice is releasing methane in the Antarctic and the Himalayas. There will be more too. This problem is planetary in scale and it is completely out of control. We won't be living on the surface of the Earth for much longer. It's time to accept that and make whatever sociological changes are necessary as we transition to habitats below ground, underwater or off-planet, for as many people as possible. Maybe - if we all work together - we can still save 5% or 10% of the Earth's population, but that percentage is going to be dropping with every day we wait now...

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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