Friday, July 19, 2013

Event Update For 2013-07-18

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: Animal Die-Offs
2013-07-18 - Fish bubble up dead, water turns milky green-white, in the Inner Harbor in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):
Quote: "Baltimore residents may have noticed something peculiar about the water in the city's harbor this week -- mainly that it's a milky shade of green and full of dead fish."
Quote: "The Jones Falls is currently experiencing a thermal inversion event. Basically, differences in water temperatures have caused the water at the bottom of the Jones Falls to switch places with the water at the top. This pulls sulfur bacteria up to the surface, which gives the water its milky-green color and produces the sulfur smell. Unfortunately, the water on the bottom of the Harbor also has very low dissolved oxygen, which is what's killing the fish."
Quoting This (PDF) Science Article: "Trouble begins with widespread volcanic activity that releases enormous volumes of carbon dioxide and methane (1). The gases cause rapid global warming (2). A warmer ocean absorbs less oxygen from the atmosphere (3). Low oxygen (anoxia) destabilizes the chemocline, where oxygenated water meets water permeated with hydrogen sulfide (H2S) generated by bottom-dwelling anaerobic bacteria (4). As H2S concentrations build and oxygen falls, the chemocline rises abruptly to the ocean surface (5). Green and purple photosynthesizing sulfur bacteria, which consume H2S and normally live at chemocline depth, now inhabit the H2S-rich surface waters while oxygen-breathing ocean life suffocates (6). H2S also diffuses into the air, killing animals and plants on land (7) and rising to the troposphere to attack the planet’s ozone layer (8). Without the ozone shield, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation kills remaining life (9)."
Note: This sudden change in water color and the sulfur smell, that sounds EXACTLY like steps 5 and 6 there, the chemocline rising abruptly to the surface, suffocating oxygen-breathing ocean life. This is undoubtedly happening now in pockets all around the world and as time goes on, we will progress through all 9 of those steps, with step 9 being the death of most remaining life on Earth from lethal levels of UV radiation. This is the ancient extinction event that is now upon us: atmospheric doom. The authors did forget to mention all the fires and explosions (since both methane and especially hydrogen sulfide are explosively flammable), so things will actually be significantly WORSE than is described in that document...
2013-07-18 - Thousands of TONS of tilapia and carp suddenly die in Lake Tondano (Indonesia):,%2BKabupaten%2BMinahasa,%2BProvinsi%2BSulawesi%2BUtara%2B%2B%2Bterancam%2Bhancur%2Bkarena%2Bfenomena%2Brano%2Blewo%2B%28air%2Bjahat%29%2Byang%2Bmenyebabkan%2Bribuan%2Bton%2Bikan%2Bmujair%2Bdan%2Bmas%2Bsiap%2Bpanen%2Bmati%2Bmendadak.%2BAkibat%2Bkematian%2Bikan%2Bini,%2Bpetani%2Brugi%2Bhingga%2Bmiliaran%2Brupiah%26biw%3D1366%26bih%3D653
Quote: "He tells the time according to the residents water containing high levels of sulfur appeared and caused the death of fish in the village Tonelet. In just a few days, about five tons of fish are harvested in the village died. This incident continues to happen and began to spread to other villages on the east coast of Lake Tondano. Rano Lewo move according to the wind and lake currents other villages. Wave of fish kills were widespread."
Quote: "If the data is in the form of money dikonfersi the losses suffered by fish farmers in the District Kakas reach about USD 10 billion. If combined with three other districts, the total loss is estimated at about USD 50 billion."
Note: This may be occurring as the result of sulfate-reducing bacteria taking over the ecosystem in the waters there.
Quote: "The toxic hydrogen sulfide is a waste product of sulfate-reducing bacteria; its rotten egg odor is often a marker for the presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria in nature.[5] Sulfate-reducing bacteria are responsible for the sulfurous odors of salt marshes and mud flats."
Quote: "During the Permian–Triassic extinction event (250 million years ago) a severe anoxic event seems to have occurred where these forms of bacteria became the dominant force in oceanic ecosystems, producing copious amounts of hydrogen sulfide.[6]"
Note: So the oceans heat up and go anoxic. Sulfate-reducing bacteria take over. Massive amounts of hydrogen sulfide are released. Most life on Earth dies. That's where we are now: the beginning of the end, the dawn of the dying. About 90% of all species died in the Permian-Triassic extinction event. What is happening now looks to be a replay of the Permian-Triassic. That doesn't mean 90% of EACH species will die, but ALL of 90% of species will die. The species most likely to go extinct are those that reproduce slowly and in small numbers and which take long periods of time for the young to reach adulthood. That's us. Once average human lifespan drops below the average age of reproductive maturity, we will be mathematically extinct, even if a few stragglers live on for a while longer...

2013-07-18 - Home explodes in Kenosha (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

Note: First floor windows blown out, bricks knocked off...

2013-07-18 - Underground electrical explosion takes out power for 1800 homes in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2013-07-18 - Underground fire erupts during work on Orchard Road in coastal Singapore:

2013-07-18 - Basement electrical explosion and fire rock office tower in St. Louis Park (Minnesota):

Quote: "Firefighters have evacuated an office tower in a Twin Cities suburb where they responded to a report of an explosion and fire in the basement."

Note: Same thing as all the underground electrical explosions and fires, just inside a building this time instead of under the streets somewhere...

2013-07-18 - Car explodes at 5:30 AM while parked in neighborhood in East Troy (Wisconsin):

2013-07-18 - Toolbox explodes before 7 AM at building in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Note: If there's that much explosive power in a little gas canister - enough to shake all 27 stories of this building - then why did Timothy McVeigh use a truckload of fertilizer to destroy the Murray Building in Oklahoma? Looks like half a dozen little gas canisters would have done the job, if you believe this official explanation...

2013-07-18 - Metals warehouse erupts in flame in Pasadena (Texas), shelter-in-place warning issued:

2013-07-18 - Massive California wildfire burns out of control near Idyllwild (California), thousands flee:

Quote: "Mandatory evacuations were in effect for all of Fern Valley, Idyllwild and adjacent communities east of Highway 243, according to the U.S. Forest Service."

2013-07-18 - Huge blaze hits recycling plant in Dumfries (Scotland):

2013-07-18 - Composting center catches fire for third time in three weeks in West Milford (New Jersey):

2013-07-18 - Gigantic 2000-ton haystack bursts into flame at 12:30 AM at ranch in Myton (Utah):

2013-07-18 - Hay bales burst into flame at farm in Waldo (Kansas), man killed:

2013-07-18 - School bus bursts into flame while parked at garage in coastal Yonkers (New York):

2013-07-18 - Transit bus bursts into flame on Almond Drive in coastal Newport (Britain):

2013-07-18 - In separate incidents, tractor trailer and car burst into flame in Bureau County (Illinois):

Quote: "Just after Princeton firefighters were called to a car fire at a car wash, Sheffield and several departments were called about a semi truck on fire about half a mile west of the rest areas north of Wyanet on Interstate 80."

Note: Once again, multiple vehicles going up in flames at around the same time in the same geographic area...

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-77 near Bradley (West Virginia):

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Pine Creek Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 near Quartzsite (Arizona):

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at ethanol plant in Greene County (Colorado), near Grand Junction:

2013-07-18 - Box truck bursts into flame on I-696 near Southfield (Michigan):

Quote: "A motorist who passed by the scene said it seemed ironic that a vehicle hauling bagged ice would go up in flames."

2013-07-18 - Truck bursts into flame on the M1 near Catcliffe (Britain):

2013-07-18 - Camper-van bursts into flame while parked at home in Worsthorne (Britain):

2013-07-18 - Van bursts into flame near coastal Hawke's Bay (New Zealand):

2013-07-18 - Van bursts into flame near St Neots (Britain):

Note: They believe the fire to have been set by arsonists. Maybe someday they'll even cough up some evidence of that. That day is not today...

2013-07-18 - Minivan bursts into flame on Route 4 in Bridgewater Corners (Vermont):

Quote: "I grabbed my wallet and my keys and got the hell out of there..."

2013-07-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in Pocatello (Idaho):

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame on I-35 in Owatonna (Minnesota):

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 403 near Hamilton (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame, driver pulls into parking lot, fire spreads to 9 more vehicles, in Woodbury (New York):

Quote: "A man driving in Woodbury early Thursday pulled into a parking lot when his car caught fire, only to see the fire spread to nine other cars in the lot, Nassau County police said. Three of the cars appeared to be seriously damaged or overwhelmed by the flames..."

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame on West Oakland Park Boulevard in Sunrise (Florida), 5 miles from the coast:

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame at McDonalds near Ransomes Europark in Ipswich (Britain):

Note: The new McCarfire, always served hot...

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame on road near Port Blandford (Canada):

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame on I-75 in Butler Township (Ohio):

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame in ditch in Belvidere (Illinois), near the Rock River, 1 injured:

2013-07-18 - Car bursts into flame on I-64 near Huntington (West Virginia):

2013-07-18 - Car battery explodes while man works on it at home in coastal Palm Coast (Florida), 6 injured:

2013-07-18 - Auto business hit by fire in Woodland Park (New Jersey):

2013-07-18 - Barn bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, on Webb Pond Road in Eastbrook (Maine), barn and home destroyed:

Note: Probably not a good idea to build a home near a barn these days. Unfortunately, what's done is done, and you can't easily redo existing configurations...

2013-07-18 - Barn destroyed by huge blaze near Granton (Wisconsin), 121 cows amd calves killed:

2013-07-18 - Barn destroyed by fire and explosions at 3:30 AM near Prairie Creek (Indiana):

2013-07-18 - Barn damaged by fire on River Avenue in Eastport (New York):

2013-07-18 - Barn bursts into flame, fire spreads to second barn, outbuildings, camping trailers, in Fairview (Utah):

2013-07-18 - Barn damaged by fire in Brown Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-07-18 - Transformer bursts into flame, disrupts train service, in coastal New Haven (Connecticut):

2013-07-18 - Debris bursts into flame, fire shuts down 3 BART (train) stations around coastal Richmond (California):

Note: BART stands for Bay Area Rapid Transit...

2013-07-18 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on Old Turnpike Road in Southington (Connecticut):

2013-07-18 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Bakersfield (California):

2013-07-18 - Conveyor belt bursts into flame at 12:50 AM at surface mine in Julian (West Virginia):

2013-07-18 - Rug factory erupts in flame in Anderson County (South Carolina), plant evacuated:

2013-07-18 - Massive blaze tears through 3-story mixed-use building in downtown Uxbridge (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A wedding party at a bridal shop in the building fled the fire in their dresses."

Note: Here comes the bride...and she's bookin'!

2013-07-18 - Porch bursts into flame at home, fire spreads to home, in Greenwich Township (New Jersey):

2013-07-18 - Porch bursts into flame at 2 AM at home in Toledo (Ohio), fire spreads, home destroyed:

Note: Another house fire mentioned, at 4:49 AM, which destroyed that house too...

2013-07-18 - Porch bursts into flame at 4-family multiplex in Eugene (Oregon):

2013-07-18 - Basement fire spreads, gets huge, devastates mansion in Cheltenham (Pennsylvania):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas, like basements. Basements are also where water heaters and electrical panels are usually located, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and obviously once enough gas accumulates, a pilot light from a water heater or gas appliance may serve as an ignition source. Basically, this sounds like it was the home version of the underground electrical fires that have been escalating in towns and cities all over...

2013-07-18 - Condo erupts in flame on East Ocean View Avenue in coastal Ocean View (Virginia):

2013-07-18 - Three homes damaged by blaze in Albany (New York):

2013-07-18 - Vacant apartment burns in Union City (New Jersey):

2013-07-18 - Vacant home burns in Arbutus (Maryland):

2013-07-18 - Black kites falling dead from the sky in Queensland (Australia):

Note: They may be flying through pockets of hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. Same as the birds that dropped dead two years in a row in Beebe (Arkansas), which was blamed on fireworks. They were probably half-right with that explanation: the fireworks scared the birds, which then took flight and flew into hydrogen sulfide or methane blowing through in the air above, and then they fell dead from the sky. You'll notice that a goodly number of planes are taking off and then almost immediately crashing too. That's likely the same reason, except that the gases don't kill planes - they affect the engines, which are designed to operate with a normal air mix...

2013-07-18 - Man, 26, found dead in swimming pool in East Meadow (New York), on Long Island:

2013-07-18 - Boy, 7, dies after swimming in community swimming pool in Lake Preston (South Dakota):

2013-07-18 - Body found in pond near Cape Cod Mall in coastal Hyannis (Massachusetts):

2013-07-18 - Teen, 16, found dead in car in pond in Jefferson County (Ohio):

2013-07-18 - Woman, 54, found dead in pickup truck in the Detroit River in Wyandotte (Michigan):

2013-07-18 - Man, 66, goes fishing, goes missing, found dead in Great Moose Lake in Hartland (Maine):

2013-07-18 - Man, 83, drops dead in the Heron Lake neighborhood in coastal Venice (Florida):

Note: Maybe natural causes, maybe not. Hydrogen sulfide doesn't just kill young healthy people. This town is on the Gulf Coast in Florida. There have been many mysterious deaths up and down this coast. That's because this area is directly downwind of the Gulf of Mexico. And about 100 miles farther south on Florida's Gulf Coast...

2013-07-18 - Woman found dead in car in parking lot on Marco Island (Florida):

2013-07-18 - Man, 43, found dead in the Arkansas River near Sand Springs (Arkansas):

2013-07-18 - Man found dead in library restroom in Toledo (Ohio):

2013-07-18 - Woman, 56, drops dead at park in coastal West Haven (Connecticut):

2013-07-18 - Man drops dead on road in Frederick (Maryland):

2013-07-18 - Man, 50, found dead in Lake Michigan near Hammond (Indiana):

Quote: "The boater told emergency workers that Janko jumped into the water then resurfaced but was unresponsive. Another swimmer grabbed onto him, but couldn't keep hold of him and he went back under the water.:

Note: Often people are going under and never resurfacing at all, then are found dead. That has led me to believe that they are being knocked unconscious almost instantly after hitting a pocket of hydrogen sulfide-contaminated water. This man surfacing unconscious is indicative of that too. Those who were with him are lucky the same thing didn't happen to them too...

2013-07-18 - Teen, 16, found dead at home in Glenwood (Nebraska):

2013-07-18 - Man, 25, drops dead in parking lot in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

Note: Baltimore, where the water in the Inner Harbor suddenly turned milky white-green and smells of sulfur...

2013-07-18 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Houston (Texas), engine failure:

2013-07-18 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), hydraulic warning:

2013-07-18 - Cargo plane makes emergency landing in the Cayman Islands, reason not divulged:

2013-07-18 - Small plane takes off then crashes into two mobile homes near Laurel (Maryland), 1 injured:,0,2414456.story

2013-07-18 - Small plane crashes into field soon after takeoff, in Tuftonboro (New Hampshire):

2013-07-18 - Freight train derails in coastal Bronx (New York):

2013-07-18 - Freight train derails in Benbrook (Texas), 2 injured:

2013-07-18 - Freight train derails near the James River, near Scottsville (Virginia), in Albemarle County:

Note: That's a lot of trains derailing for one day...

2013-07-18 - Passenger bus hits minibus near Port Sudan (Sudan), 22 killed:

2013-07-18 - Passenger bus veers off road, hits trees, in Murray County (Georgia), 17 injured:

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer and SUV collide, semi overturns and bursts into flame, in Tippecanoe County (Indiana), 1 injured:

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 101 near coastal Port Angeles (Washington), 1 injured:

Quote: "... the semi truck he was driving flipped at about 10 a.m., near where Highway 101 crosses the Elwha River, the State Patrol said."

2013-07-18 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-55 in Memphis (Tennessee):

2013-07-18 - Truck slams into stationary bus on the island nation of Sri Lanka, 1 killed, 15 injured:

2013-07-18 - SUV veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Quincy (Washington), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-07-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Fort Worth (Texas), both drivers killed:

Quote: "Cliff Tooley, who was driving eastbound, said he saw what appeared to be an explosion, with parts of the vehicles traveling 25 to 30 feet in the air, and the vehicles spinning several times before they came to rest in the westbound lanes. 'I’ve never seen such a bad accident,' Tooley, a former ambulance driver, said."

2013-07-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits 2 vehicles head-on, in Milton, near Quincy (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A multi-vehicle accident in Milton caused by Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey crossing the double yellow line was triggered by a 'medical episode' the DA said Thursday afternoon."

Note: Quincy is where a 'rotten egg' odor is wafting ashore from the ocean, as mentioned in the 2013-05-09 update...

2013-07-18 - Car smashes through wall, hits residential building, bursts into flame, in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2013-07-18 - Rottweiler attacks and injures 5-year-old girl on street in coastal Ventura (California):

Quote: "Witnesses told authorities the girl was walking past the leashed dog outside a coffee shop when it lunged, bit into the child's abdomen, lifted her off the ground and shook her violently."

2013-07-18 - Dog gets aggressive, bites cop, in Winston-Salem (North Carolina), gets shot dead:

2013-07-18 - Large sinkhole opens in yard at home in Louisville (Tennessee), tree tilts toward house:

Quote: "It seems that when the Wilson’s returned from church, there it was - a large sinkhole gaping open in their front yard. They also found a large tree leaning on their house near their daughter's bedroom. The sinkhole is now about 25 feet wide and 20 feet deep and the Wilson’s fear it will get larger, which it undoubtedly will."

2013-07-18 - Sinkhole opens up on Highway 10 in Elk River (Minnesota):

2013-07-18 - Power outage leaves 123,000 customers in the dark in Southern California:

Quote: "The company's entire south Orange County customer base was without power. That includes the cities of Mission Viejo, San Clemente and San Juan Capistrano, as well as Camp Pendleton in neighboring San Diego County."

2013-07-18 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak at Bear Creek and Bear Creek Reservoir (Canada):


  1. I believe that we are facing a trifecta of fire risks; H2S, methane, and tin whiskers.

    If you're not familiar with tin whiskers, they are microscopic whiskers that grow up to 10mm out from tin solder used in all electronics. In years past, we added lead to the tin, which inhibited whisker growth. Environmental concerns saw the removal of lead from all solder years ago. Just think of all those microscopic whiskers growing in everything that has solder. Add H2S or methane. Just a wee bit more growth causes a short, and boom.

    1. Very interesting information, thanks! I see the potential - a tin whisker causes a short, the spark provides an ignition source for H2S/methane, and you get a fire or explosion. A problem which might have resulted in a disabled piece of electronics in normal times has now become a potential gas detonator.