Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Event Update For 2013-07-16

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
2013-07-16 - Explosion and fire hit landfill in Johnston (Rhode Island), 2 miles from the coast:
2013-07-16 - Recycling facility erupts in flame in St Paul’s Cray (Britain):
Note: This same recycling facility just burned in June too, as mentioned in the 2013-06-27 update. From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

2013-07-16 - Massive California wildfire grows to 22 square miles, several structures destroyed, others threatened:

Quote: "The blaze damaged one house and destroyed three others, three mobile homes, a cabin, a garage and about a half dozen vehicles, the U.S. Forest Service said Tuesday. Eleven outbuildings, a commercial building and several smaller structures also were lost."

Quote: "Camp Ronald McDonald, a camp for special-needs children near Lake Hemet, was evacuated Tuesday as a precaution, Poole said. Mandatory evacuations were also in place for residents in the Fleming Ranch, Bonita Vista, and Pine Springs Ranch communities."

2013-07-16 - Brush fire erupts on Hayden Island (Oregon):

2013-07-16 - Chemical warehouse devastated by fire in Lahore (India), 2 injured:

2013-07-16 - Mammoth fire destroys 64-unit apartment building in Kelowna (Canada):

2013-07-16 - Huge fire destroys eight buildings in downtown Prophetstown (Illinois):

Quote: "A massive fire Monday morning has changed the face of downtown Prophetstown forever. Eight historic buildings in the town  all over 100 years old never stood a chance."

2013-07-16 - Container ship 'Hansa Brandenburg' bursts into flame in the Indian Ocean en route to Durban (South Africa):

Quote: "A fire believed to have originated in a container has left the Hansa Brandenburg containership burning and adrift in the Indian Ocean near the island of Mauritius. The fire broke out Monday (15 JULY) while underway some 200 miles from Mauritius. All 17 crew members abandoned ship and were picked up by another vessel in the area."

2013-07-16 - Two boats burst into flame while docked on Lake James in Nebo (North Carolina), fire spreads to dock:

2013-07-16 - Boat bursts into flame on Canandaigua Lake near Menteth Point off West Lake Road (New York):

2013-07-16 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on Tickhill Road near Oldcotes (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame at 2:30 AM on road near Ram Colony Camp (India):

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 403 in Mississauga (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-94 near Sterling (North Dakota):

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-84 near Wendell (Idaho):

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Neches River Bridge (Texas):

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 51 in Hazelhurst (Wisconsin), near Katherine Lake:

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-29 near St. Joseph (Missouri):

2013-07-16 - Tractor bursts into flame along Hare Lane in Broadway (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Box truck bursts into flame on Highway 319 near Thomasville (Georgia):

Quote: "The driver and passenger, both FSU film school students, said they heard a popping noise and then saw a small flame. They pulled over and the fire began to spread."

2013-07-16 - Moving truck bursts into flame at warehouse in Ogden (Utah):

2013-07-16 - Hay truck bursts into flame on road in Holtville (California):

2013-07-16 - Truck bursts into flame shortly after 5 AM on I-684 ramp in Harrison (New York), near the coast:

2013-07-16 - RV bursts into flame while parked on Sinktown Road in South Mahoning Township (Pennsylvania):,17756479/

2013-07-16 - Van bursts into flame on Obelisk Way in Congleton (Britain):

2013-07-16 - SUV bursts into flame on the A299 Thanet Way in coastal Herne Bay (Britain), 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-5 near Hornbrook (California), truck fire starts brush fire:

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Waverly Road in West Point (Mississippi):

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while towing boat, on US 93 near Boulder City (Nevada):

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on street in Grand Island (Nebraska):

2013-07-16 - Two cars burst into flame at 5:40 AM in Brookings (South Dakota):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame at fire station in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

Note: Man wasn't feeling right, went to the fire station for a blood pressure check, then his car burst into flame at the fire station. Say, hydrogen sulfide can cause increased blood pressure AND induce fires...

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame in St. Paul (Minnesota), many other fires mentioned:

Note: A boat, some garbage cans, and some garages also burned, in the wee hours. Apparently this has been happening sporadically since late 2011. They're calling these fires arsons, yet not once has anyone seen a person, and there is zero evidence of a person being involved in any of these fires. Perhaps the reason no one has seen anyone and there is no evidence of people being involved is for the simplest reason: people AREN'T involved, and these fires are happening spontaneously, as the atmosphere is increasingly contaminated by highly flammable hydrogen sulfide and methane...

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame while parked at car dealership, fire spreads to adjacent new car, in Georgetown (Texas):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame on Dart Walk in Winsford (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame on Robertson Boulevard in Beverly Hills (California):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame on West 14th Street in Sioux City (Iowa):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame on Fairbrook Road in Kettlethorpe (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame on Chapel Field Road in Norwich (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartments in coastal Safety Harbor (Florida):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Olive Garden in Branson (Missouri):

2013-07-16 - Car bursts into flame on road in coastal Santa Cruz (California):

2013-07-16 - RV trailer bursts into flame while parked in driveway, fire spreads to home, on St Matthias Road in Deepcar (Britain):

2013-07-16 - RV and mobile home destroyed by fire before 2:30 AM in Apache Junction (Arizona):

2013-07-16 - Auto shop destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM in Duncannon (Pennsylvania), near the Susquehanna River:

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM in Grattan Township (Michigan):

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by huge fire in Sutherland Springs (Texas):

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire near Rogers (North Dakota), 6 cows and horse killed:

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire in Lebanon (Wisconsin), 500 feet from Baker Creek:

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire in Jefferson (Oregon):

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire near Winona (Texas), in Smith County:

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire on Bowers Road near Ellensburg (Washington):

2013-07-16 - Barn destroyed by fire near Plainview (Minnesota):

2013-07-16 - Barn damaged by fire near Grovetown (Georgia), near Reynolds Pond:

2013-07-16 - Inferno destroys four dormitories at school in Nyeri (Kenya):

Note: Nyeri is located between Lake Victoria to the west and the ocean to the east...

2013-07-16 - Massive blaze destroys sign company in Saranac (Michigan):

2013-07-16 - Pile of wood bursts into flame, fire spreads to motorcycles, home, in Portland (Oregon):

2013-07-16 - Grass bursts into flame along canal bank in Latchford, Warrington (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Large wind turbine bursts into flame near Lomira (Wisconsin):

2013-07-16 - High voltage line falls onto cars at shopping center, fire erupts, 2 cars destroyed, in Newton (Massachusetts):

2013-07-16 - Resort building burns to the ground at 4:30 AM at Anglin Lake (Canada):

Note: You can see the lake in the background in a couple of the pics, behind the charred rubble...

2013-07-16 - Porch bursts into flame at residential building in Allentown (Pennsylvania):,0,4984170.story

2013-07-16 - Roof bursts into flame at 3:30 AM at apartment complex in coastal Queen Anne, Seattle (Washington):

2013-07-16 - Second apartment fire in 4 days hits Red Bank (Tennessee):

2013-07-16 - Major fire destroys home and apartment building at 5 AM in Chehalis (Washington):

2013-07-16 - Apartment building catches fire at 3 AM in Riverside (Ohio):

2013-07-16 - Two homes and shed destroyed by fire in Nicky's Nose Cove, Newfoundland (Canada):

2013-07-16 - Massive blaze destroys large home near Eagle Mountain Lake in Tarrant County (Texas):

2013-07-16 - Vacant mobile home destroyed by fire in Somersworth (New Hampshire):

2013-07-16 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Canton (Ohio):

Note: It was vacant and boarded up after a previous fire. This is happening with regularity: buildings burning multiple times. The reason for that is simple: the house was vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem at the time of the first fire, and putting out that fire doesn't do a thing to address any vulnerabilities, and probably makes the building MORE vulnerable, so it burns again, until eventually there is nothing left that CAN burn...

2013-07-16 - Vacant home burns in Joplin (Missouri):

2013-07-16 - Vacant house burns at 4:05 AM in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in coastal Newport News (Virginia):,0,2809985.story?track=rss

2013-07-16 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 12:03 AM in Lafayette (Georgia), 1500 feet from the Chattooga River:

2013-07-16 - Vacant restaurant burns in Belmont (West Virginia):

2013-07-16 - Fish reported dying in Oak Run (Ohio):

2013-07-16 - Middle-aged man and woman found dead near the River Cam in Cambridge (Britain):

Note: They're trying to blame these deaths on drugs, though to be fair, they also say the deaths are unexplained. If they hadn't dropped dead right next to a low-lying area like a river bank, maybe I wouldn't be so suspicious. But I did say that one of the only options the authorities will have available to explain multiple people dropping dead like this would be, 'It must be drugs!' In India they do it a little different. There they usually say, 'They must've eaten some poison!' They're actually pretty predictable. Also, drugs and poisoning by hydrogen sulfide are not mutually exclusive things. Both can affect a person simultaneously, and that's more likely to happen in a low-lying area like where these two people dropped dead...

2013-07-16 - Man and two teens, 38, 16 and 17, go swimming at Hunting Island (South Carolina), two found dead so far:

2013-07-16 - Man pulled unconscious from hotel swimming pool, later dies, in Lakeport (California), near Clear Lake:

2013-07-16 - Cruise ship worker, 27, found dead in her cabin on the cruise ship MSC Preziosa:

Quote: "...the ship's doctor believe the suspected cause of death to be a cerebral aneurysm."

Note: This is one of the delayed-reaction ways hydrogen sulfide poisoning can kill you. You get a whiff, maybe have a bad headache, and inside your skull, some of your blood vessels are rupturing. Eventually some clotting occurs and then a clot breaks free and you die of a brain aneurysm. This same problem can also cause 'stroke-like' symptoms, like some of the people being medevac'd off ships lately. In fact, there's one of those listed for this day in the 'Other Stories' section. The brain damage can also make you insane too...

2013-07-16 - Man found dead in submerged pickup truck in Sandy Creek in Jackson County (West Virginia):

2013-07-16 - In separate incidents, man and boy, 41 and 16, found dead in lakes at beauty spot in Norfolk (Britain):

Note: Maybe they weren't such separate incidents. Same area, same timeframe, same atmosphere. Kinda like the outdoor version of the two men, both 52, found dead in adjacent homes on the same day in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update. Another incident, more similar to these two lake deaths, was when two men, 44 and 41, were found dead on separate boats in harbors near Kodiak (Alaska), as mentioned in the 2013-04-22 update. There have been other similar events too, just pointing out a couple that come to mind...

2013-07-16 - Man, 33, found dead in the Portage Lake Canal in Hancock (Michigan):

2013-07-16 - Woman, 41, found dead in unmarked police car in St. Louis County (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2013-07-16 - Man, 35, falls unconscious and dies at party in Phoenix (Arizona):

2013-07-16 - Man, 63, found dead at edge of pond in Bushnell Park in Hartford (Connecticut):

2013-07-16 - College student, early 20s, found dead at base of building in Bhagtanwala (India), possible toppler:

2013-07-16 - Middle-aged man found dead in wooded area in coastal Anchorage (Alaska):

Quote: "Four other people have died outdoors in Anchorage this year, one just  a few yards away from the body discovered Tuesday."

Note: Sounds like Anchorage is another town noticing the unusual numbers of people dropping dead...

2013-07-16 - Missing actor, 53, found dead near Splash Point in Seaford, East Sussex (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Man, 27, goes missing while swimming in the Rainy River, found dead in water at Emo, Ontario (Canada):

2013-07-16 - Regional jet makes emergency landing in Springfield (Missouri), hydraulic problem:

2013-07-16 - Small plane crashes shortly after takeoff in Manaus (Brazil), 3 killed, 3 injured:

Note: Manaus is situated at the confluence of the Negro River and the Solimões River...

2013-07-16 - Small plane crashes and burns near Abernathy Field in Pulaski (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2013-07-16 - Small plane crashes into Superior Bay near Duluth (Minnesota), no injuries:

2013-07-16 - Small plane crashes in southwest Hendricks County (Indiana), 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Small plane crashes in Malawi, 2 injured:

2013-07-16 - Train hits train at 1:25 AM, fire erupts, in Hays (Kansas):

Quote: "Of the three locomotives, the fuel for two of them was on fire. There was a large amount of diesel due to the train stopping at Salina for fuel, and flames reached up to 40 feet into the air at the height of the fire early Tuesday morning."

2013-07-16 - Passenger train hits tractor near Telford (Britain), 2 injured:

2013-07-16 - Six crashes happen in one day in coastal Falmouth (Massachusetts):

2013-07-16 - Two minibuses collide, one falls into river, near Dhaka (Bangladesh), 7 killed, 14 missing:

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame after crash with pickup, on highway near Narrabri (Australia), 2 injured:

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer slams into vacant gas station in Monroe (Georgia), station demolished:

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-55 ramp in Memphis (Tennessee):

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer overturns on the A249 near Maidstone (Britain):

2013-07-16 - Tractor trailer overturns at 4:15 AM, bursts into flame, in Brentwood (California):

Quote: "East Contra Costa Fire personnel extinguished the blaze, but diesel fuel leaked from the truck and spilled into an adjacent creek, police said."

2013-07-16 - Box truck and SUV collide on I-78 near Clinton (New Jersey), 14 injured:

Note: Check out the pics. I'd hate to have been stuck in that traffic jam!

2013-07-16 - Log truck overturns in Town Creek (North Carolina):

2013-07-16 - Log truck overturns on Highway 701 in Plantersville (South Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Concrete truck overturns in coastal auckland (New Zealand):

2013-07-16 - Dump truck overturns on Highway 20 and Wilson Dam Road in Colbert County (Alabama):

2013-07-16 - Septic truck overturns, spills waste, on the Seward Highway near Seward (Alaska):

Note: Crappy accident...

2013-07-16 - Van crashes into home at 1:35 AM, ends up in basement, in Homewood (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck and dump truck collide head-on, near Stoughton (Canada), 1 killed, 1 lightly injured:

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Polson (Montana), near Polson Bay, 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Pickup truck and car collide head-on, on Bay Road in Belchertown (Massachusetts), 4 injured:

2013-07-16 - Car veers over centerline at 4:34 AM, hits pickup head-on, in Bivalve (Maryland), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-07-16 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on the Lever Causeway in Higher Bebington (Britain), 1 killed:

2013-07-16 - In separate incidents, badger and raccoon dog attack men in Shumikhino District, Kurgan Region (Russia):

Quote: "The second attack was reported in the same district. A local man was picking berries in the forest when a raccoon dog attacked him. He took cover in his car, but the animal did not calm down and tried to get into the vehicle before running into the forest."

2013-07-16 - Three dogs attack and injure woman in Charleston County (South Carolina):

Quote: "The victim said the dog that bit her was foaming from the mouth."

Note: It may have been rabid, but not necessarily. Two lions sickened and foamed at the mouth at a zoo in Berlin, as mentioned in the 2012-08-06 update. Three high school students dropped to the ground with seizures and foaming at the mouth in El Paso Texas, as mentioned in the 2013-06-04 update. Breathing hydrogen sulfide can cause foaming at the mouth due to chemical damage to lungs. It can also cause brain damage resulting in seizures or aberrant and violent behavior, like the man who in a span of 30 minutes transformed from normal church-going guy to ravening face-eating cannibal after walking across a causeway over the ocean in Florida...

2013-07-16 - Pit bull attacks and injures man, charges cop, in Fresno (California), cop shoots it dead:

2013-07-16 - Water main breaks, blows hole in street, passenger bus partially swallowed, in Balgownie (Australia):

2013-07-16 - Water main blows, creates large sinkhole, in coastal Stratford (Connecticut):

Quote: "Neighbors on the street said that their water pressure was good, although one said that the street 'exploded like Mt. Vesuvius,' with water and mud gushing downhill."

2013-07-16 - Overpowering odor hits neighborhood in Chicago (Illinois), near the Chicago River:,+police+response+to+West+Loop&id=53843&is_corp=0,0,1571695.story

Quote: "A foul smell around Wacker Drive and the Chicago River that brought fire and police crews to check for a source Tuesday morning may have been caused by a leaky garbage truck."

Quote: "The odor was noticeable through much of Lower Wacker Drive today, including all the way to the 400 block of Lower North Michigan Avenue."

Note: Blamed on a leaking garbage truck, but from the story it doesn't sound like they have any idea what caused this odor, and were just grasping at straws with the garbage truck explanation...

2013-07-16 - Fisherman, 61, suffers stroke-like symptoms, rescued from Prince William Sound (Alaska):

2013-07-16 - Man in his 60s stops breathing, heart stops, on fishing boat off the coast of Ventura (California):


  1. 2013-07-16 - Recycling facility erupts in flame in St Paul’s Cray (Britain):
    Quote: "Last night’s fire was reportedly the seventh blaze at the premises in four months, including a nine day blaze in mid-March."

    Seven fires there in four months! They might as well cut out the recycling bit and just torch it as it comes in!

    Here's a few recent-ish items of interest.

    Wooden conservatory caught fire in the early hours.

    That's a ten-day old story but thought I'd include it anyway.

    Woman suffers a "medical episode" while swimming, dies. There's a lot of that happening these days.

    Another body on the beach.

    Another "unexplained death"

    There's also a lot of wildfires happening around the UK at the moment, if I get a bit more time soon I'll try to keep track.

    Also an interesting article I just caught:

    1. Good stuff, thanks! And by 'good' I mean 'bad'. Heh, you know what I mean. So 90-mile-wide methane clouds erupting in the Arctic now? Yikes. I was sure that stuff like that was coming, but still, to see it happening...very disturbing! Mars and the Moon are looking better and better if you're one of those wanna-keep-living people.

  2. when reading about the strange train wreck..the main train LEFT THE MAIN LINE AND ENTERED A TURN OFF WHERE A STANDING TRAIN WAS....they don't know WHY the thru train diverted...the end of the article has this "Sunday's drowning comes just a week after the sheriff's office and other emergency departments pulled the body of a 38-year-old Hoisington man from Wilson Lake.

    Identified as George Willenberg, he apparently drowned while trying to swim across a cove in the Rock Town area after the boat he was on had mechanical problems.anonManila

    The sheriff's office said alcohol hMight have been a contributing factor in that drowning.

    There's been a string of drownings in the state this year, including at least six so far this month.

    The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism last week reported at least 12 drownings across Kansas."

    1. Yes, the rising numbers of 'drownings' was one of the things that first alerted me to the fact that something unusual was happening. In 2010, in my area, I started seeing the numbers of drownings seeming out of whack. In 2011 they were worse. Last year, worse yet. This year, worse again.

      As a last ditch effort to avoid thinking about the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem, I tried to make a case that what was happening was a global attack on our infrastructure and people by aliens. I know, you'll laugh, but I really didn't want it to be the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem, and the only thing I could think of as an alternative theory was aliens. The problem with that was, they'd have to be insanely superior to us technologically (not far-fetched there), but at the same time they'd have to be insanely PETTY, to just use their power to chip away at us by toppling fuel tanker trucks and starting fires and drowning individuals. Ultimately, that just didn't make any sense, so I cast that theory aside, and accepted that the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem was the root cause of our woes. Too bad too. You could theoretically bargain with aliens. Ancient bacteria in the ground and the waters? No talking to them.