Saturday, August 31, 2013

Event Update For 2013-08-30

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
2013-08-30 - Car explodes and burns in garage at home in Paris (Maine), fire spreads to garage, home:
Quote: "Homeowner Freeman, who was not home when the fire started, said her husband told her he parked his car in the garage attached to the house and went into the house when he heard several explosions and saw smoke. Freeman said they believed there was a short-circuit in the car that sparked the blaze."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like vehicle wiring. This is most likely the cause of a great many of the parked non-running vehicles bursting into flame, plus all the underground electrical fires and explosions, plus the vehicles starting themselves, especially when burning. And consider how a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will blow much of the time: crawling in pockets horizontally across the landscape. A garage is often apt to be open when the owner is away at work or running errands. So an open garage is sort of like a large horizontal bucket, which will help capture any gases blowing across the landscape.
So this man gets in his car, goes out and does his business, probably leaves the garage open. While he's gone, gases infiltrate the garage. He pulls in, goes inside, seals the car in the garage with whatever gases got captured. Now the gases are there, they can't get out easily, AND there's some electrified copper and rust present. As soon as hydrogen sulfide finds some electrified copper or rust, you might see a fire or explosion, if the air mix is volatile enough or if a spark lands on something flammable like paper or wood or cardboard or a tire. The volatility of the air mix can come from ANY flammable vapor source and need not be entirely from hydrogen sulfide, but may also involve methane, gasoline fumes, paint thinner fumes, rubbing alcohol fumes, sunscreen fumes, propane fumes, butane fumes, whatever, but with just a bit of hydrogen sulfide present, enough to react with the electrified copper or rust as PART of a volatile air mix.
And if this is how it works - and this fits with observations very well - then what would we expect to see? More fires involving OTHER volatile gases. So, more meth lab fires and explosions. We've always had some, but now there will be more, with hydrogen sulfide acting as the igniter instead of carelessness. And there will be more fires and explosions involving cannabis oil extraction using butane. There will be more fires starting as people siphon gas, and more fires and explosions involving propane stoves and gas appliances. More fires and explosions will hit industrial gas wells and other flammable fossil fuel plants, as well as drilling rigs.
Here's a way to think about this problem: as hydrogen sulfide increasingly contaminates the atmosphere, it will act as an igniter, a kind of ghostly match, not only sometimes spontaneously igniting at the worst possible time but MOSTLY igniting at the worst possible time - when there's some other flammable gas present in sizeable concentration, for whatever reason. Would you siphon gas if there was a lit match right there? No, certainly not, but you won't SEE this match, not until it's struck, and then...too late. This problem is insidious. This also explains the numerous cars and boats that have spontaneously ignited while refueling or right after refueling: while gas vapors are present, a ghostly match ignites and tada, explosion and/or fire.
Yikes. This is quite a problem, with lots of implications, and effects that will permeate all of human civilization as it currently exists...

2013-08-30 - Metal recycling business hit by explosion and fire in Denison (Iowa):

Quote: "Schau Recycling is a metals recycling plant with locations in Denison and Ida Grove. A large portion of their business is recycling old vehicles."

2013-08-30 - Car crusher bursts into flame at metal salvage business in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2013-08-30 - Fire erupts at recycling center in Dagenham (Britain):

2013-08-30 - Huge explosion destroys new restaurant, damages other stores, at shopping center in Lahore (Pakistan), 3 injured:

2013-08-30 - Two transformers burst into flame on Mill Creek Boulevard in Snohomish County (Washington):

2013-08-30 - Serious wildfires ravaging chunks of Portugal:

2013-08-30 - Yacht explodes and burns at Herzliya Marina (Israel), 5 lightly injured:

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Federal Way in Boise (Idaho):

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road in Sanem (Luxembourg):

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-55 near Perryville (Missouri):

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at business near Toluca Lake (California):

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 10 in Sauk Rapids (Minnesota):

2013-08-30 - Bulldozer bursts into flame at Miami International Airport in coastal Miami (Florida):

2013-08-30 - Truck bursts into flame on road in Clapham Old Town (Britain):

2013-08-30 - Truck bursts into flame near Devon Hotel in Exeter (Britain):

2013-08-30 - Truck bursts into flame at Asda Stores, West Lane in Hallwood Park, Runcorn (Britain):

2013-08-30 - RV destroyed by fire while parked at property near Castlegar (Canada):

Quote: "Castlegar Fire Chief Gerry Rempel was returning from a trip to Deer Park along Lower Arrow Lake Thursday evening when he happened upon a fire in progress. It was a small to medium sized motorhome, fully engulfed on a property in the 4100 block of Broadwater Road in the Robson area."

2013-08-30 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at store in coastal New Plymouth (New Zealand):

2013-08-30 - SUV bursts into flame at 12:30 AM while parked at tire store in Hillsboro (Oregon):

2013-08-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Piedmont (Oklahoma):

2013-08-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at business in Kingsford (Michigan):

2013-08-30 - Two cars burst into flame while parked at home on Lawling Avenue in Heybridge (Britain):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame in Burger King drive-thru in Macon (Georgia):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on Route 5 in Mechanicsville (Maryland):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame near Obyrnes Ferry Road in Copperopolis (California):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on Route 2 in Colchester (Connecticut):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-396 in Bangor (Maine):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-85 in Atlanta (Georgia):

2013-08-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-40 in Memphis (Tennessee):

2013-08-30 - Scrap car bursts into flame at 1:30 AM, fire spreads to auto garage, in Hartlepool (Britain):

2013-08-30 - Two vehicles and garage destroyed by fire at home in McCook (Nebraska):

2013-08-30 - Tractor, hay and barn destroyed by fire at 4 AM in Danville (Kentucky):,0,867593.story,0,3534134.story

Quote: "He explained that the barn was home to over 200 bales of round and square-baled hay, a tractor with a round bailer, rough cut lumber and antique equipment. The structure was fully engulfed when crews arrived and the roof had already collapsed on the building."

2013-08-30 - Farm equipment, 500 tons of hay and barn destroyed by fire in Ogwell, Newton Abbot (Britain), horse killed:

2013-08-30 - Barn destroyed by fire near Palm Desert (California):

2013-08-30 - Barn and 3000 tons of hay destroyed by fire on Leysdown Road in Eastchurch (Britain):

Quote: "Sheppey farmers Burden Bros have been left counting the cost after fire ripped through a barn destroying 3,000 tonnes of baled hay."

2013-08-30 - Car cover bursts into flame on car in Fruitland (Delaware), near the coast:

2013-08-30 - Grange Hall destroyed by fire at midnight in North Yarmouth (Maine), near the coast:

2013-08-30 - Post office destroyed by fire in the wee hours in Stopover (Kentucky):

2013-08-30 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Raleigh County (West Virginia):

2013-08-30 - Unoccupied home destroyed by fire in coastal Vancouver (Washington):

2013-08-30 - Vacant home burns in coastal Palm River (Florida):

2013-08-30 - Vacant building burns at 12:30 AM in Coventry (Rhode Island):

2013-08-30 - Ten thousand salmon die in Lake Koocanusa (Montana):

2013-08-30 - Capybara and panther die on same day at the Palm Beach Zoo in coastal west Palm Beach (Florida):

2013-08-30 - Couple, 28 and 24, found dead in the Sabarmati River in Ahmedabad (India):

Quote: "Police sent the bodies for postmortem and have launched an inquiry into the reason for the suicides."

Note: So they're assuming suicide before they even look into other possibilities or assess evidence or toxicology. That means they're either incurably incompetent, or they don't WANT any other explanation. I'm 50/50 on those possibilities. Could they actually be that incompetent? I must concede the possibility...

2013-08-30 - Woman found burned to death in burning minivan at 2:30 AM on road in DeKalb County (Georgia):

2013-08-30 - Man, 24, found dead in swimming pool in Amman (Jordan), 30 people poisoned in separate incident:

Quote: "Also on Friday, 30 people with symptoms of poisoning were taken to Southern Shuneh Hospital where they were treated and discharged..."

2013-08-30 - Man, 35, suffers 'medical emergency', drives vehicle into Lake Truman and dies, in Clinton (Missouri):

Quote: "...James Beason of Deepwater was backing his vehicle on the Sparrowfoot boat ramp Thursday when the medical emergency occurred. The vehicle and trailer entered the water, and Beason became trapped inside."

2013-08-30 - Man, 57, drops dead on street before 4 AM in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Officers said they found a 57-year-old black male, deceased, with no obvious signs of trauma to the body."

2013-08-30 - Man, 85, found dead in swimming pool at home in Port Colborne (Canada), near Lake Erie:

2013-08-30 - Missing man found dead in the American River in Fair Oaks (California):

2013-08-30 - Woman found dead in van at rest stop in Gallia County (Ohio):

2013-08-30 - Woman found dead in car parked at store in Evansville (Indiana):

2013-08-30 - Man found dead in the Hudson River near pier in coastal Yonkers (New York):

2013-08-30 - Body found in Atkinson Hall at Athens University in Athens (Ohio):

2013-08-30 - Small plane crashes near Sutton (Alaska), near the coast, 2 killed:

2013-08-30 - Small plane crashes and burns shortly after takeoff, in Tatina (Alaska), 1 killed, 1 lightly injured:,0,6514300.story

Quote: "According to Johnson, 30 people have been killed in plane crashes as of late August, compared to nine people killed around the same time last year."

Note: So about a 230% increase in plane fatalities year-over-year in that area? Erm, that's quite an increase...

2013-08-30 - Small plane crashes near airport in Limington (Maine), 1 killed:

2013-08-30 - Small plane crashes at beach in Ranchos Palos Verdes (California), engine failure, 1 lightly injured:

2013-08-30 - Transit bus, semi and pickup crash in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 6 injured:

2013-08-30 - Two tractor trailers collide, one explodes into flame, on I-20 near Buckhead (Georgia), 1 injured:

2013-08-30 - Two tractor trailers crash, one bursts into flame, on highway in Pasco (Washington):

2013-08-30 - Two tractor trailers crash, both burst into flame, on highway in Indianapolis (Indiana), 1 injured:

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer and minivan collide on Shaker Road in Enfield (Connecticut), 4 injured:

Note: Enfield is just east (downwind) of the Connecticut River...

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-270 ramp in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-08-30 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns, in Mount Ulla (North Carolina), 1 lightly injured:

2013-08-30 - Dump truck blows tire, overturns, fire breaks out, near Petronila (Texas):

2013-08-30 - Cement truck overturns on KY 815 in McLean County (Kentucky):

2013-08-30 - Box truck overturns on I-24 in Murfreesboro (Tennessee):

2013-08-30 - Car and SUV collide, car bursts into flame, in Stratford-Upon-Avon (Britain), near the River Avon:

2013-08-30 - Two cars collide head-on, on Route 120 in Grayslake (Illinois), 4 injured:

2013-08-30 - Unoccupied car rolls away, hits house, in coastal New London (Connecticut):

Note: And another car hit a building too, while being driven this time, same day, same town, on the coast...

2013-08-30 - Car hits wall, bursts into flame, in El Paso (Texas), 1 injured:

2013-08-30 - Car crashes into creek, bursts into flame, in Mount Joy Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-08-30 - Car plunges into the Ohio River near Taylorsport (Kentucky), 1 injured:

2013-08-30 - Vehicle veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Escondido (California), near the coast, 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-08-30 - Dogs attack and kill 96-year-old man at home in Katy (Texas):

Quote: "The lower part of one of the man’s legs was missing and there were bite marks on his body."

2013-08-30 - Dog attacks and injures woman, kills her dog, in Denver (Colorado), dog shot and captured:

Quote: "The dog made 'very aggressive officer fired, striking the vicious dog in the shoulder,' White said."

2013-08-30 - Alligator attacks and injures dock worker in Lake City (Florida):


  1. Johnny, you posted about the dolphin dieoff along the East Coast on 8/21 and/25. The mainstream media are attributing it to a virus.
    Here's another opinion, suggesting that the dieoff was caused by H2S from anorexic bacteria resulting from an algae bloom:

    1. Another indication that H2S may be the cause of the dolphin deaths is that event in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, also on the East Coast, where the water suddenly turned milky whitish-green and smelled of sulfur, and all the fish died. That was the chemocline rising abruptly to the surface, smothering ocean life, and releasing H2S that had accumulated at the bottom of the harbor into the atmosphere. That event happened in July, as mentioned in the 2013-07-18 update.