Saturday, September 28, 2013

Event Update For 2013-09-27

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
2013-09-27 - Massive blaze destroys 4 barns and 20,000 tons of stored hay along I-505 near Winters (California):
Quote: "I've seen a lot of hay fires, but nothing of that magnitude..."
Quote: "Rogers said four large hay barns, valued at $250,000 each, were lost in the blaze. Also, a large, fairly new processor valued at $2 million, that compresses the hay into bales, was burned up."
Note: I bet this fire began with that hay processor machine, which surely had some electrified copper in it, and probably some rust too, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and rusty iron/steel. A little hydrogen sulfide finds some electrified copper or rust, some sparking or sizzling occurs, a spark lands on some hay (or tire rubber, or wiring insulation, or anything flammable) and whoosh, fire breaks out. These fires probably start small but with no one around to notice them, they can grow out of control very quickly...

2013-09-27 - Huge explosion hits fireworks warehouse in Tenjo (Colombia):

2013-09-27 - Explosion hits U-Haul facility in coastal Redwood City (California):

2013-09-27 - Explosion rocks carpark at construction site in Paris (France), at least 3 killed:

Quote: "It's believed a fuel tank exploded in the underground basement of a building in the 10th arrondissement."

2013-09-27 - Explosion hits work site in Geneva (Switzerland), near Lake Geneva:

Quote: "Local residents earlier heard a loud explosion and saw black smog coming out of the building."

2013-09-27 - Underground fire burns for 9 months, sickens residents nearby, in Alleghan County (Michigan):

Quote: "People living near the swampy farm field say the smoke is making them sick and sometimes forces them to leave their homes."

2013-09-27 - Wildfires hit beaches near coastal Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "He said the fire 'was making its way further up the coast towards firegrounds at the Great Lakes and Taree'. On its website, the RFS said the immediate fire threat to properties in the area had eased. Other major fires continue to burn in the Taree and Great Lakes area on the mid north coast."

Quote: "An eye-witness to the Palm Beach fire, Scott Carpenter, said it looked like 'an inferno' was engulfing the headland. 'I'm watching in horror,' he told AAP via phone. 'The whole east side of the headland is in flames ... it's spreading very quickly.' He said helicopters were currently dropping water around historic buildings and the lighthouse."

Note: And here are more huge coastal fires, not dissimilar to the blaze that ravaged the waterfront in coastal Georgetown (South Carolina) or the huge fire that destroyed the boardwalk and 30+ businesses in coastal Seaside Park (New Jersey), or the fire that erupted at a scrap metal facility in coastal New Jersey, or the giant warehouse fire in coastal Dubai (UAE) and so on. Most of the flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide is coming from the oceans and seas, so coasts will obviously get hit the worst, then the fires will burn harder inland as the coasts are turned into charred wasteland...

2013-09-27 - Cargo ship bursts into flame near coastal London (Britain):

Quote: "The very first rail freight service has run out of London Gateway – two months before the port is due to open. DB Schenker was drafted in to run an emergency service out of the new deep sea port after a cargo ship was forced to dock for maintenance after a blaze broke out on the vessel."

2013-09-27 - Supply ship bursts into flame while docked in coastal Lowestoft (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Ship 'MV Kurobe' hit by explosion in the Arabian Sea, 2 injured:

2013-09-27 - Boat 'Treasure Hunter' bursts into flame at the Boat Haven in coastal Port Townsend (Washington):

Quote: "The boat, the Treasure Hunter, was badly damaged and adjacent boats — the Alma A, Del Norte and Sea Gypsy — were damaged by the heat and flames..."

Note: Same as with ground vehicles: if you park your boat next to other boats then your boat may burn when they catch fire, or theirs may burn when yours catches fire. It's safest to park your vehicle(s) away from anything you don't want to see go up in flames. Unfortunately, most people are unaware of what's going on and they're not taking any precautions, so avoidable damage is occurring (and lives are being lost in some cases), and that will continue until people wake up and start taking the problem seriously...

2013-09-27 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on the M6 near Stoke-On-Trent in Staffordshire (Britain):

2013-09-27 - School bus bursts into flame on Sneed Road in Franklin (Tennessee):

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 in Ellis County (Kansas), other vehicle fires mentioned:

Quote: "Eberle said at approximately midnight, another semi caught fire at mile marker 122 in the county..."

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at oil head in Washington Township (Ohio):

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in the wee hours on road in El Paso (Texas):

2013-09-27 - Tractor bursts into flame on road near Washbrook (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Truck bursts into flame on the M40 near Banbury (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Truck bursts into flame at 2 AM while parked at business, fire spreads to business, gets huge, in Etobicoke (Canada):

Note: Etobicoke is located on the shore of Lake Ontario...

2013-09-27 - Ambulance explodes into flame at fire station, station burns too, in the Old City in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The fire station itself appears to be extremely damaged as the windows have broken out and it appears to have heavy smoke damage."

2013-09-27 - RV bursts into flame on I-35 near Neosho Rapids (Kansas), east of Emporia:

2013-09-27 - RV bursts into flame on Wild Oak Road in Lompoc (California):

2013-09-27 - Camper-van bursts into flame near Orwell Bridge in Ipswich (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Van bursts into flame on the M23 near Godstone (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Police car bursts into flame at 4:38 AM in Toledo (Ohio):

Note: This fire began when a road flare in the trunk spontaneously combusted. Kinda like a small version of the ammo depots and fireworks factories that have been exploding...

2013-09-27 - In separate incidents, two parked cars burst into flame in the wee hours in West Pullman, Chicago (Illinois):,0,3683929.story

Quote: "Police and fire officials are investigating two overnight fires blocks and moments apart in the West Pullman neighborhood."

Note: That's a possible sign of a flammable atmospheric gas plume blowing through an area. These fires occurred just before 4 AM. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating in the air above closer to the ground. As the atmospheric contamination proceeds, multiple fires breaking out at the same time and in the same general area will become more common...

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame in Sapulpa (Oklahoma), fire truck crashes after brakes fail, 1 injured:

Quote: "... it happened Friday afternoon while responding to a car on fire in Sapulpa. This was in the 4100 block of West 61st Street. Sapulpa Fire Department, Kellyville Fire Department and Oakhurst were called to the scene. While en route to the fire, Oakhurst's fire truck's brakes failed causing the truck to crash through a fence and onto I-44."

Note: Tires and brake pads are absorbing hydrogen sulfide. Then when brakes are applied, an unusual amount of heat is generated, since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot. Then bad things can happen: tires explode or ignite, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This problem hits massive vehicles the worst - like fire trucks, buses, tanker trucks, etc - but no vehicle is immune...

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame on Duane Road in Malone (New York):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame on I-691 in Meriden (Connecticut):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame on the Sierra Highway near Golden Valley Road in Newhall (California):

2013-09-27 - Car explodes and burns while parked at residence in Laval (Canada):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame at 12:50 AM while parked near Carn Marth quarry in Redruth (Britain):

Note: I bet it was downwind of the quarry...

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame near midnight in Iddesleigh, Winkleigh (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Crooked Lane in Halifax (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame on the A5 near Wellington (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame at 6:38 AM at gas station in Inverness (Scotland), near Beauly Firth:

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 27 in Lake Wales (Florida):

2013-09-27 - Car bursts into flame in West Bend (Wisconsin), another car fire mentioned too, within 20 minutes:

2013-09-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame while parked in parking garage in coastal San Francisco (California):

2013-09-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the Bay Bridge in coastal San Francisco (California):

Note: And here's yet another vehicle igniting on a bridge. Bridges go over depressions, and depressions are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate, so you're probably at greatest risk of having your vehicle ignite when you drive near or on a bridge, especially along coasts, as in this case. Also, above two events, both on the coast in San Francisco...

2013-09-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-10 near Crowley (Louisiana):

2013-09-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame, fire spreads to brush, on Heathcote Road near coastal Sandy Point (Australia):

2013-09-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-64 near tunnel in coastal Hampton Roads (Virginia):

2013-09-27 - Motorcycle bursts into flame near the Three Mile Bridge in coastal Pensacola (Florida):

Note: Nice view of the ocean in the background as the motorcycle burns...

2013-09-27 - Car and garage destroyed by fire at 3:15 AM at home in coastal Los Osos (California):

2013-09-27 - Car and garage destroyed by fire at home in Kidder Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-09-27 - Barn destroyed by fire in Margaretta Township (Ohio):

2013-09-27 - Office building erupts in flame at 3:30 AM in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2013-09-27 - Fire erupts at roll of steel at business in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2013-09-27 - Transformer fire takes out power to football field in South Hunterdon (New Jersey):

2013-09-27 - Dryer bursts into flame, fire spreads, garage and home destroyed, in Rowan County (North Carolina):

2013-09-27 - Roof bursts into flame on wooden cabin in Liskeard (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Stairs burst into flame at boat dock in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River:

2013-09-27 - Porch bursts into flame at 4:21 AM at home in Mount Airy (Maryland):

2013-09-27 - Deck or porch bursts into flame at home in Decatur (Illinois), near Lake Decatur:

2013-09-27 - Garage apartment bursts into flame at 1:24 AM in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 killed:

2013-09-27 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2013-09-27 - House destroyed by fire at 7:13 AM in coastal Fort Walton Beach (Florida):

2013-09-27 - Three townhomes destroyed by fire at 6 AM in Marshalls Creek (Pennsylvania):

2013-09-27 - Deadly fire rips through home at 1:30 AM in coastal San Francisco (California), 3 killed:

Quote: "We have our fire investigation team on the scene...They are concentrating their investigation around the garage area..."

Note: Any vehicles in the garage? If so then a vehicle bursting into flame probably caused this fire. And this is why it's incredibly dangerous to have vehicles parked near residences now. Death can easily be the result...

2013-09-27 - Hotel hit by fire in Altamonte Springs (Florida):

2013-09-27 - Vacant home burns at 3:30 AM in Pueblo (Colorado):

2013-09-27 - Vacant apartment building destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM in Irvington (New Jersey):

2013-09-27 - Massive fish kill reported at Stampede Reservoir (California):

2013-09-27 - Couple found dead in residence in coastal Manila in the Philippine Islands:

2013-09-27 - Man in his 50s dies while driving, car hits curb, near Junction 6 of the M6 (Britain):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide can stop your heart, among other things. Was his window open? AC running? Either of those and you're basically outside, fully exposed...

2013-09-26 - Bicyclist, 72, drops dead while riding bike near Yachats (Oregon):

Note: Same scenario as the guy who dropped dead in his car, except this time it was a bicycle...

2013-09-27 - Pilot loses consciousness, heart stops, he later dies, plane diverts to Boise (Idaho):

2013-09-27 - Man, 76, found dead in swimming pool at home in King (North Carolina):

Note: Very close to both Crooked Run Creek and Little Yadkin Watershed Lake Six. And he probably did drown, after he breathed a bit of hydrogen sulfide and lost consciousness. When you lose consciousness in water then you drown, unless someone is there to save you, since breathing is an involuntary reflex. Your location is very important when hydrogen sulfide knocks you unconscious. Fall unconscious driving and you crash. Fall unconscious while leaning over a balcony and you fall to your death. Fall unconscious when it's cold and you freeze to death. Fall unconscious when it's hot and you die from heat stroke. And so on. So you don't necessarily need to get hit by a lethal concentration to end up dead anyway...

2013-09-27 - Man, 60, drops dead near his vehicle, in Seymour (Texas):

2013-09-27 - Man, 35, drops dead near toilet at bus stop in Panruti (India):

2013-09-27 - Man, 22, found dead in Grantham (Britain):

2013-09-27 - Man found dead near canal in Violet in St. Bernard Parish (Loisiana):

2013-09-27 - Woman, 71, found dead in back yard at home in Huntsville (Alabama):

Quote: "The area is just off Blue Spring Road, north of Mastin Lake Road."

2013-09-27 - Man in his 60s goes for walk, next seen dead, on the Isle of Skye (Scotland):

2013-09-27 - Body found in the Glenmore Reservoir in Calgary (Canada):

2013-09-27 - Small plane crashes in field near Guthrie (Oklahoma), engine failure:

2013-09-27 - Small plane crashes near Montanitas (Colombia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-09-27 - Train hits car, car bursts into flame, in Antioch (Tennessee), 1 killed:

Quote: "Investigators believe the collision may have been a suicide, as the car apparently drove around the crossing arms just before the train arrived."

Note: Or maybe the car's brakes were burned out, or on fire, and the car couldn't stop. Can't ask the driver now, that's for sure...

2013-09-27 - Minibus veers off road, plunges 500 feet down gorge, in Himachal Pradesh (India), 20 killed, 1 survivor:

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer hits disabled tractor trailer on side of road at 1:30 AM, bursts into flame, on I-65 near Lafayette (Indiana), 2 injured:

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer overturns and bursts into flame on US 131 in Alleghan County (Michigan), 1 injured:

Quote: "Sheriff's deputies say the semi driver appeared to have had a medical event causing him to lose control of his tandem tanker, which was empty."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is causing seizures, knocking drivers unconscious, and sometimes flat-out killing people as they drive. Often these 'medical event' accidents result in fires too, which is logical since hydrogen sulfide is extremely flammable...

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer veers into median, hits disabled vehicle, overturns, in Greenwood (South Carolina), pigs run amok:

Quote: "About 175-200 hogs went running wild, witnesses at the scene said."

Note: You may take our flesh to make bacon but you'll never take our freedom!

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer hauling eggs overturns on the A149 in Norfolk (Britain), 1 lightly injured:

2013-09-27 - Four vehicles crash, pickup bursts into flame, in coastal Havelock (North Carolina), 2 injured:

Quote: "He was already slumped over when he went by me..."

Note: Maybe he was unconscious and that's what caused the crash in the first place. Unconscious people make terrible drivers. You can't count on drivers staying conscious anymore. You can't count on staying conscious yourself anymore either. This problem is going to get a lot worse...

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on Alum Creek Drive in Columbus (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer hauling dangerous chemicals overturns at 4:30 AM in coastal Dartmouth (Canada), 1 lightly injured:

2013-09-27 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns, in Louisville (Kentucky), 1 killed:

Quote: "There is no indication that the driver tried to stop or slow down. That is why it is believed at this point that it is some type of medical emergency or something else going on with the driver at the time."

Note: And yet another 'medical emergency' causing a crash. That's what may have killed this driver too...

2013-09-27 - Dump truck overturns on I-80 near Saddlebrook (New Jersey):

2013-09-27 - Box truck overturns on road near Irving (Texas):

2013-09-27 - Flatbed truck veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in St. Helena (California), 1 injured:

2013-09-27 - Truck and car collide on the M6 near Stoke-On-Trent (Britain), 5 injured:

Quote: "It cames just hours after the M6 was closed near Stoke-on-Trent after a bus caught fire."

Note: Bus fire listed in the fires section. Not a good day to be on the M6 near Stoke-On-Trent...

2013-09-27 - Minivan veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, near Lake Minnetonka (Minnesota), 1 injured:

2013-09-27 - Jeep crashes into drain in Imphal (India), 1 killed:

2013-09-27 - Car crashes into SUV, bursts into flame, on Long Shoals Road in Buncombe County (North Carolina):

2013-09-27 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Kawartha Lakes (Canada), 2 injured:

2013-09-27 - Car crashes into hospital in Morehead (Kentucky), 2 injured:

Quote: "Morehead police said the crash apparently happened when Francis had a seizure."

Note: And here's yet another crash resulting from a seizure. Handy place to crash though...

2013-09-27 - Car slams into building in Gilbert (Arizona), 1 killed, nearly a dozen injured:

2013-09-27 - Car veers off road, hits utility pole, bursts into flame, in Limerick Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-09-27 - Car plunges 100 feet off embankment, bursts into flame, near coastal Vandenberg AFB (California), 1 injured:

2013-09-27 - Car veers off road at 12:30 AM, slams side of mountain, in Mahoning Township (Pennsylvania), 2 killed:,0,4319191.story

2013-09-27 - Motorcycle veers over centerline, hits Jeep head-on, near Lower Echo Lake (California), 1 killed:

2013-09-27 - Two vehicles collide head-on at 5:45 AM, near Riverbend Road in Bibb County (Alabama), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-09-27 - Horse buggy veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Versailles (Indiana), man and horse killed:

2013-09-27 - Four-story apartment block collapses in coastal Mumbai (India), at least 1 killed, dozens trapped:

Quote: "Rescue workers pulled about 20 people from the ruins of the building, which was believed to have been about 35 years old and housed families of a corporation. Scores of people were feared to be trapped..."

2013-09-27 - Major power outage disrupts mass transit on the East Coast around New York City (New York):

Quote: "Metro-North urged customers to telecommute or find alternative transportation. Anders said the last time a disruption lasted this long was during Hurricane Sandy. Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy warned that repairs could take more than three weeks."

2013-09-27 - Snowstorm dumps as much as 20 inches in Wyoming, up to 8 inches even in lower elevations:

Quote: "A winter storm warning is in effect for parts of central Wyoming, including Riverton and Lander, until noon Friday. Snow also is falling in Casper and Buffalo, where a winter weather advisory is posted. Power outages in Fremont County from falling branches, forcing Lander Regional Hospital onto emergency power. The National Weather Service reports 4 inches of snow at Thermopolis, 3 inches in Lander, 8 inches in the Buffalo and Riverton areas. Up to 20 inches is possible in the mountains."

Note: And summer just ended a week before. Hmmm. Lots of volcanoes have been erupting all over the world. This could be an early sign of volcanic winter and it's not the first sign. In late May, an area in New York got hit by 30 inches of snow, as mentioned in the 2013-05-26 update. To find anything comparable to that event, meteorologists had to look back to 1816, 'The Year Without A Summer', which was caused by the volcanic eruption of Mount Tambora. Volcanic winter all by itself could be devastating, even without poison gas, fires and explosions to deal with. 77,000 years ago, volcanic winter reduced the human population to 10,000 breeding pairs, so there may have been less than 50,000 people left alive on the ENTIRE PLANET, and the odds are that a lot of those people - our ancestors - were cannibals at one time or another...

2013-09-27 - High methane levels found in water in well at home in Parker County (Texas):

Quote: "Staff in our Oil and Gas Division inform me that the Dawson household and other residents in the area have filed new complaints regarding methane in their water wells..."

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