Saturday, March 8, 2014

Event Update For 2014-03-07

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: Unusual Vehicular Accidents
2014-03-07 - Boeing 777 passenger plane carrying 239 people goes missing over the South China Sea near Vietnam:
Quote: "Vietnamese authorities said Saturday they detected the last signal from a missing Malaysia Airlines flight off Vietnam's southwest coast over the South China Sea."
Note: The plane took off from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and was heading to Beijing (China) when it vanished. No distress call was issued. It could have hit a gas plume - methane or hydrogen sulfide or both. Then any number of things could go wrong: 1) the pilots could have had 'medical events' and then the plane would crash since there'd be no one to pilot it, and that would also explain the sudden loss of contact and lack of a distress signal; 2) the plane's engines might have cut off due to the atmospheric oxygen content being out-of-tolerance for the engine design; 3) the plane could have caught fire and/or exploded, in which case all they will find is wreckage, if that; 4) the plane engines could have detonated a gas plume NEAR the plane, which may have blown off a wing or destroyed the entire plane; 5) the plane could have suffered massive systemic electrical failure, which would kill communication ability and make the plane unflyable. In February of last year, a witness reported a 'flash of light' before a helicopter crashed in Oklahoma City, mentioned in the 2013-03-13 update:
Quote: "The National Transportation Safety Board says a witness reported seeing a flash in the sky before a helicopter crashed near an Oklahoma City nursing home last month, killing two people. It's not clear what could have caused such a flash."
Note: That flash of light was very likely a gas plume - methane or hydrogen sulfide or both - being ignited by the helicopter engines or wiring and causing an explosion or 'flash fire' large enough to knock that helicopter out of the sky and kill the occupants. As the atmospheric contamination intensifies, the gas plumes will become more numerous, larger and more concentrated. If a smallish explosion can bring down a helicopter then obviously a larger explosion can bring down a passenger jet, and the flash of light that brought that helicopter down was more than a year ago, so there's an extra year for the problem to have worsened.
2014-03-07 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame during takeoff at Heathrow Airport in coastal London (Britain):
Quote: "A plane has been forced to turn back to Heathrow after an engine started spitting fire as it was taking off."
2014-03-07 - Helicopter engine fire forces medical helicopter to make emergency landing at airport in Bucyrus (Ohio):
Quote: "Engine fire forced Cleveland Clinic helicopter to make emergency landing."
Note: That's about half a mile east (downwind) of the Little Scioto River. Those 'friendly skies' just aren't that friendly anymore...

2014-03-07 - Tri-plex damaged by explosion and fire at 2 AM on North Creek Avenue in Drumright (Oklahoma), 2 injured:

2014-03-07 - Home damaged by explosion and fire in Columbus (Ohio), nobody there:

2014-03-07 - Garage explodes and burns at home in Swanton (Vermont), 1 injured:

Note: Swanton is located on the eastern (downwind) shore of Maquam Bay...

2014-03-07 - Mammoth inferno devastates at least one large apartment building in Odenton (Maryland), 2 miles from the coast:

2014-03-07 - Power plant devastated by massive explosion in Novokuznetsk (Russia):

Note: Looks like that plant is down for the count...

2014-03-07 - Large transformer explodes and burns at 3 AM at major power center in Osogbo (Nigeria), blackouts/brownouts ensue:

Quote: "Both the fire and explosion triggered power rationing in parts of the South West today. TCN General Manager, Public Affairs, Mrs Seun Olagunju said in Abuja that the incident caused power rationing in parts of Akure, Ilesha, Ife, Ondo, Osogbo Complex, Ado-Ekiti and Iwo."

Quote: "The incident, which is expected to worsen the already epileptic power supply in the country, has already thrown many areas within the state into darkness."

2014-03-07 - Transformer explodes near Lake Brandt Road in Greensboro (North Carolina):

2014-03-07 - Transformer bursts into flame on street in Phoenix (Arizona):

2014-03-07 - Chemical plant rocked by explosion in Tangshan (China), 1 killed, 12 missing:

2014-03-07 - Landfill erupts in flame in the wee hours on the island of Eleuthera (Bahamas):

2014-03-07 - Huge blaze burns for fifth day at recycling center in Salford (Britain):

Quote: "The flames have now been raging for five days at the firm on Duncan Street and crews have today changed their tactics. On Friday morning they increased the volume of water being shot into the fire from 2,000 litres per minute to around 6,000 litres."

2014-03-07 - Science experiment results in explosion in Borrego Springs (California), 3 injured:

Quote: "Cal Fire Battalion Chief Nick Schuler said the injuries appeared to be caused by flammable fumes that wafted into the campfire ring. Schuler added that there was some propane or alcohol-based fuel nearby."

Note: How do they know some methane and/or hydrogen sulfide (probably methane in this case) didn't blow through there? They don't, and that may very well have been the flammable fumes that caused this explosion and fire...

2014-03-07 - Cellphone explodes at home in Butler Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-07 - Cargo ship hit by explosion and fire at port in coastal Bacolod (Philippine Islands), 6 injured:

2014-03-07 - Cargo ship 'MV Tanakorn' bursts into flame off the coast near Phuket (Thailand):

Quote: "The boat was carrying cars and motorcycles from the pier on Koh Yao to Bang Rong Pier when it caught fire. Because of its wooden construction, the two-deck vessel was swiftly engulfed by flames."

2014-03-07 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame on Highway 69 near Sudbury (Canada):

Quote: "Provincial police say Highway 69 south of Sudbury is back open to traffic in both directions. The southbound lanes were closed for several hours after a transport truck carrying a load of cars caught on fire. OPP say the driver was not injured."

2014-03-07 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on US 40 in Ellicott City (Maryland):

2014-03-07 - At least one tractor trailer bursts into flame just before midnight at truck stop in Omaha (Nebraska):

Quote: "Authorities said possibly two semitrailer trucks caught fire just before midnight Thursday at the Sapp Bros. truck stop near Interstate 80 and Nebraska Highway 50. Sarpy County 911 emergency dispatchers said at least one trailer and possibly another caught fire in the truck stop's lot about 11:59 p.m."

Note: This truck stop is about 1500 feet east (downwind) of Wehrspann Lake...

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the I-20 near Barstow (Texas):

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked at trucking business in Melville, Saskatoon (Canada):

Quote: "The truck was not plugged in, it was not running, and was left outside, leaving the only plausible cause of the fire as electrical, Mogenson said."

Note: PDF file, so I quoted the important part in case you're paranoid about PDF files. And 'electrical' is indeed the only plausible cause of this fire...if you're ignorant of the problem we face, which this guy obviously is.

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at business in Laredo (Texas):

2014-03-07 - Semi tractor bursts into flame while parked at auto shop in Cochrane (Canada):

Quote: "A fire at an auto shop in Cochrane, Alta., Friday morning was confined to a semi-truck. Fire officials say the metal building suffered smoke damage but didn't catch fire."

2014-03-07 - Box truck bursts into flame while parked at warehouse in Doral (Florida), near the coast:

2014-03-07 - RV bursts into flame at 12:30 AM on College Close in Lincoln (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Security van bursts into flame on road in coastal Wicklow (Ireland):

2014-03-07 - Van bursts into flame while parked along Highway 69 near Prescott Valley (Arizona), fire spreads to grass:

Quote: "Central Yavapai Fire District crews put out a small wildfire along Highway 69 Thursday after fire ignited in the engine of a parked van and spread to the dry grass along the road."

2014-03-07 - Minivan bursts into flame at gas station in Englewood (Ohio):

2014-03-07 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Amarillo (Texas):

2014-03-07 - In 'separate' incidents, two parked cars burst into flame within minutes and blocks in the wee hours in Santa Rosa (California):

Quote: "Central Fire officials said the coincidence of the timing and close locations were odd, but that at least one of the fires was determined to have been accidental, caused by electrical wiring."

Note: Oblivious fire officials. It's no coincidence. This is happening more and more often in more and more places. You'd think people for whom fires are their profession would be smarter and more aware of things but clearly they aren't. Derpity-derp...

2014-03-07 - Two cars burst into flame at 3 AM while parked in driveway at home in Lancaster (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame in parking garage at the Galleria in St. Louis (Missouri), near-ish to the Mississippi River:

Note: Another fire close to me. If I felt like it, and wanted to risk being outdoors that long, I could walk there. An auto salvage yard just burned in St. Louis too, as mentioned in the 2014-03-05 update...

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame on I-85 in Greenville (South Carolina):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame on the Merritt Parkway near New Canaan (Connecticut):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame at 4:15 AM while parked at home on Craven Road in Tatura (Australia):

Note: Tatura is just northeast (downwind) of Waranga Basin...

2014-03-07 - Car explodes into flame at 1:20 AM in underground carpark at apartments in coastal Grays (Britain):

Note: Suspected arson, but as usual, no witnesses, no motive, no surveillance footage, no evidence of people being involved here. Looks just like all the other non-running vehicle fires.

Quote: "The attack is the fourth in six months in Little Thurrock. In October and December last year, car dealership Mini and Acy Exports, on the Globe Industrial Estate, in Towers Road, was targeted, destroying, 16 vehicles. The same dealership was attacked again in January, where a further six vehicles were damaged."

Note: Well, it's a little deceptive to use the word 'attack' when there's no evidence of people being involved in ANY of those vehicular fires. All I see is a bunch of vehicles going up in flames, cops not catching anybody (because there probably isn't anyone TO catch), and such events are obviously escalating, as expected. This place is located 1 mile northeast (downwind) of the River Thames...

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame in the wee hours while parked in Broadfield (Britain), fire damaged nearby car too:

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on the A264 in Copthorne (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame at 6:12 AM near pub in Crawley Down (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame on the M5 between junctions 22 and 23, near Bridgwater (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame on road near Cleobury Mortimer (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame at 2:32 AM while parked on Welshmill Road in Frome (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Car bursts into flame on Griffith Road in Lostock (Britain):

2014-03-07 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Route 6 near Charleston Township (Pennsylvania):

Note: This website is 99.5% advertising, but the 0.5% that is news is worth it...

2014-03-07 - Six cars and carport destroyed by fire in coastal Hayward (California):

Quote: "Fire crews were calling the carport blaze suspicious, and investigators told reporters that it was being treated as a crime scene. 'Cars don't just self-ignite,' Batallion Chief Nathaniel Armstrong said at the scene."

Note: There were two fires in this area on this day, the six cars that went up in flames and an apartment building nearby too. Looks like this guy rode the short bus to school...

2014-03-07 - Auto shop damaged by explosion(s) and fire in Buffalo (New York), 1 killed:

Quote: "We saw the fire and the explosion and we saw Steve laying in the middle of the street face down and he wasn’t moving."

Quote: "Several witnesses at the scene talked to the shaken employee, who told them he and Pawlowski were working on a fuel pump in the garage when the office phone rang. 'The employee ran inside the office to answer it,' said Coleman Jones, one of the many neighbors who gathered at the scene. 'Seconds later Steve screamed "fire" and the whole shop was engulfed in flames.'"

Note: Sounds like this could be the Ghostly Match again. You won't see it coming and short of isolating yourself from the atmosphere, there's nothing that can be done to prevent it. If you work at any job involving flammable vapors then you might wanna wear a fireproof uniform and helmet at all times, and even that won't help much with the inevitable explosions...

2014-03-07 - Barn bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, both destroyed, in East Madison (Maine), 7 animals killed:

2014-03-07 - Barn destroyed by fire near Beatrice (Nebraska), 2 horses killed:

2014-03-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM in Lake City (Michigan), in Missaukee County:

2014-03-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM near Nashville (Tennessee):

2014-03-07 - Barn destroyed by fire in Amherst (Ohio), 35 goats killed:

Note: This place is about 1 mile east (downwind) of the Vermillion River...

2014-03-07 - Barn destroyed by fire on Fitzgerald Road in Morristown (Vermont), about 12 cows killed:

2014-03-07 - Barn destroyed by fire at 4 AM near Fordland (Missouri):

2014-03-07 - Water department shop and offices destroyed by fire on the shore of Lake Worth in Lakeside (Texas):

Quote: "Firefighters from Lakeside, Lake Worth, Saginaw, Eagle Mountain and River Oaks helped bring the fire under control, Mayor Pat Jacob said."

Note: Any department vehicles parked in that shop?

2014-03-07 - Metal-related business devastated by fire in Crosslake (Minnesota), $1.75 million in damages:

Note: This business makes rotary brush-cutters, likely steel, used to cut down brush and small-to-medium trees...

2014-03-07 - Metal-related business damaged by fire in Danville (Illinois):

2014-03-07 - Steel plant hit by fire in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:,0,2116780.story

2014-03-07 - Huge inferno destroys major greenhouse in Dunnville (Canada), near Lake Erie, $10 million in damages:

2014-03-07 - Furniture business destroyed by fire in New Hope (Alabama):

2014-03-07 - Power equipment business hit by fire in Holyoke (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Note: This business is one block from the Connecticut River and Holyoke Dam...

2014-03-07 - Feed and seed business destroyed by fire in Chesterfield (South Carolina):

2014-03-07 - Coastal Monkey Mia resort ravaged by blaze, cabins, RV and trees burn:

Quote: "Five buildings — including eight individual staff quarters — were destroyed in the blaze. Mr Grenside said it was not known what caused the blaze, but he believes it started in a vacant staff donga."

Note: A vacant structure igniting right at the edge of the ocean?! No way!

2014-03-07 - Pizza company destroyed by huge blaze shortly before midnight, in Pittsfield (New Hampshire):

2014-03-07 - Dumpster/compactor bursts into flame at business in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

2014-03-07 - Hay bursts into flame at 12:42 AM at the Mobberley Road junction with Ashley Road in Ashley (Britain):

Quote: "The incident occurred at the junction of Ashley Road, close to the humpback bridge."

2014-03-07 - Silo bursts into flame at lumber company in Marathon (Wisconsin):

2014-03-07 - Garment factory erupts in flame in Dhaka (Bangladesh), nobody there:

2014-03-07 - Garage erupts in flame at home in Billings (Montana):

2014-03-07 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Ringgold (Maryland):

2014-03-07 - Porch bursts into flame at midnight, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Kansas City (Missouri):

Note: Also see the hotel fire and the vacant house fire in Kansas City (Kansas) on this same day, on the other side of the Kansas River...

2014-03-07 - Patio bursts into flame at 3:45 AM, fire spreads to home, in coastal San Jose (California), 2 injured:

2014-03-07 - In 'separate' incidents, two mobile homes burn in same mobile home park in coastal Palm Harbor (Florida):

Note: One was vacant, one was occupied...

2014-03-07 - Six homes gutted by blaze in Tambora, West Jakarta City, Jakarta (Indonesia), 1 mile from the coast:

2014-03-07 - Hotel heavily damaged by fire in Kansas City (Kansas):

Note: Kansas City is located at the confluence of the Kansas River and the Missouri River...

2014-03-07 - Deadly fire rips through building before 3:37 AM in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut), 1 killed:

Note: It was a vacant building, but a man was staying there anyway. Fire cut off his normal exit route, and a locked gate prevented him from escaping a different way, so he screamed and burned to death by that gate...

2014-03-07 - Deadly fire damages home shortly before midnight in Houston (Texas), 1 killed:

2014-03-07 - Deadly fire destroys home in Houston (Texas), 3 killed:

Quote: "I don't -- that's what I can't wrap my head around -- is how three people who can walk couldn't get out in time..."

Note: Maybe they were unconscious, having seizures or 'medical events', or maybe they were already dead...

2014-03-07 - Deadly blaze destroys ranch home just after 5 AM in Placerville (California), 2 killed:

2014-03-07 - Deadly fire tears through apartment building just after 3:10 AM in Toronto (Canada), 2 killed, 2 injured:

Note: About 2 miles from Lake Ontario...

2014-03-07 - Yet another Heidelburg Project building goes up in flames in Detroit (Michigan):

Quote: "The blaze at the 'Party Animal House' is the latest in a string of suspicious fires that are decimating the east-side art project, frustrating and puzzling visitors and residents who live nearby. No injuries were reported. Officials said they have no suspects."

Quote: "Tyree Guyton created the art project in 1986 as a response to urban decay. The interactive sculpture park mixes vacant houses and empty yards with artistic themes."

Note: Buildings here have been regularly going up in flames. If any are still standing then there will be more fires, until there's nothing left that can burn...

2014-03-07 - Vacant mobile home destroyed by fire at 7 AM in coastal Surf City (North Carolina):

Note: Check this town out on a map. You don't get much more coastal than that...

2014-03-07 - Vacant home burns in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2014-03-07 - Vacant house burns in the wee hours in Kansas City (Kansas):

Note: Also see the hotel that burned in Kansas City on this same day...

2014-03-07 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Severn (Maryland):

2014-03-07 - Large 5000-square-foot vacant home destroyed by fire in Belleview (Florida):

2014-03-07 - Vacant 3-story building destroyed by huge blaze at 6:15 AM in North St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

Note: Map in first link shows the proximity of this fire to the river. Also see the car that burst into flame at the Galleria shopping center in St. Louis on this day...

2014-03-07 - Man burns to death when car bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal-ish Henrico (Virginia):

2014-03-07 - Firefighter, 51, collapses and dies during training in coastal Anchorage (Alaska):

2014-03-07 - Woman found dead in fish pond at home in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2014-03-07 - Man drops dead in John Champion Park in Reno (Nevada):

2014-03-07 - MIT grad student, man, 23, found dead in university residence in Cambridge (Massachusetts):

2014-03-07 - Woman, 28, drops dead at home in Brentwood (Missouri):

Note: About 3 miles from me as the gas blows, but her house is about 2000 feet northeast (downwind) of Deer Creek. For the record, my searches are general and objective and I don't search for anything in my area specifically; the words 'St. Louis' are not used in any searches, nor 'Missouri'. But when stuff shows up and it's in my area, I certainly do take notice, like this young woman mysteriously dying and the auto salvage yard burning up this past week and the car that burst into flame at the Galleria shopping center and so on...

2014-03-07 - Young rapper Speaker Knockerz, man, 19, found dead in garage at home in Richland County (South Carolina):

Quote: "...foul play is not suspected and an autopsy found no sign of trauma."

2014-03-07 - Woman, 29, found dead between two cars in parking lot in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-07 - Boy, 17, drops dead at home in Grandville (Michigan):

2014-03-07 - Man drops dead in hotel lobby at 4:10 AM in coastal San Rafael (California):

2014-03-07 - Middle-aged man found dead in creek near school in Plano (Texas):

2014-03-07 - Four men (ages 45, 70, 32 and 45) found dead in Kathmandu (Nepal):

2014-03-07 - Man found dead in car at Wilco Travel Plaza in Calhoun (Georgia):

2014-03-07 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing shortly after takeoff, in coastal Dublin (Ireland), unspecified reason:

2014-03-07 - Pakistani military cargo plane blows tire after landing at Multan Airport in Punjab (Pakistan):

2014-03-07 - Small plane crashes into lake in coastal Miami-Dade (Florida):

2014-03-07 - Small plane crashes at Gloucestershire Airport in Gloucestershire (Britain):

Quote: "Pictured, this Pitts Special aerobatic biplane tipped onto its nose following an attempted landing just before 5pm."

Note: Looks like landing gear collapsed, the nose gear part...

2014-03-07 - Small plane crashes at air show in coastal Al Khor (Qatar), 1 killed:

2014-03-07 - Freight train derails, takes out power line, in Grand Forks (North Dakota):

2014-03-07 - Two tractor trailers collide head-on at bridge in Niger State (Nigeria), at least 34 killed, 30 injured:

2014-03-07 - Two tractor trailers and a car crash on Route 220 in Henry County (Virginia):

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer hits two people at 2:55 AM on I-80 in Porter Township (Pennsylvania), 2 killed:,0,3660820.story

Quote: "The victims, David Flores, 29, and Jesus Chavez, whose age isn't known, were in the roadway on westbound Interstate 80 in Porter Township, Clinton County at around 2:55 a.m. when the vehicle struck them, according to a Pennsylvania State Police report. The driver of the tractor-trailer was not harmed."

Note: Story isn't very clear. Were these two men in a vehicle, or walking on the highway?

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer slams into disabled car on US 65 near Sedalia (Missouri), 2 killed:

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer hauling drums of acid overturns on US 17 in Jasper County (South Carolina), 1 injured:

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer hauling scrap metal overturns in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-264 in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), injuries reported:

2014-03-07 - Tractor trailer hauling chickens overturns on I-16 near Perry (Georgia):

Note: The bawk stops here...

2014-03-07 - Dump truck slams into police patrol car in coastal Los Angeles (California), brake failure, 1 killed, 2 injured:

Quote: "At the very early stages, it looks like a brake failure on the part of the truck..."

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, dump trucks, etc - but no vehicle is immune...

2014-03-07 - Pickup truck crashes through garage in coastal Westport (Connecticut):

2014-03-07 - Pickup truck crashes into business in Longview (Texas), 1 lightly injured:

2014-03-07 - Car hits school bus in the Town of Paris (Wisconsin), 3 injured:

2014-03-07 - Car crashes through median, hits pickup head-on, along causeway in coastal Miami (Florida), 5 injured:

2014-03-07 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in San Marcos (California), 1 injured:

2014-03-07 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Columbia (Mississippi), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-07 - Car slams into fire station in Austin (Texas), 1 injured:

Note: Also see the 'gas odor' that prompted numerous 911 calls in Austin on this day...

2014-03-07 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on I-70 near Topeka (Kansas):

2014-03-07 - Wolf or jackal attacks and injures 11 people in Tiberias (Israel):

Note: They say 'apparently rabid'. Key word there is 'apparently'. Was it foaming at the mouth? Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause chemical damage to lungs resulting in foaming at the mouth, and it can cause brain damage resulting in violent behavior, as with all the people going crazy, getting naked, and attacking others. Four dogs died after seizures and foaming at the mouth after walks in Riverside Park in New York, as mentioned in the 2012-09-11 update. More than 70 dogs died foaming at the mouth after seizures in Moscow (Russia), as mentioned in the 2012-09-21 update. Two lions sickened and foamed at the mouth at a zoo in Berlin (Germany), as mentioned in the 2012-08-06 update. And so on. Quite a few PEOPLE have been found mysteriously dead after foaming at the mouth too...

2014-03-07 - 'Gas odor' promps numerous 911 calls in Austin (Texas):

Quote: "The Austin Fire Department has reported that it is being 'deluged' with 911 calls about a gas odor in South Austin, but that it is not the result of an active emergency incident."

Note: By 'gas odor' they mean natural gas, which means they smelled a 'rotten egg' odor. Mercaptan is added to odorless natural gas so that it has any smell at all. Hydrogen sulfide also smells like 'rotten eggs' at low concentrations, so people are confusing the two. So, not an emergency, no, probably just low levels of POISON GAS blowing through Austin...

2014-03-07 - Paralytic shellfish poisoning hits the coastal waters of Bolinao and Anda (Philippine Islands):


  1. Jonny:

    The bawk stops here - priceless (I spewed coffee on reading that).

    See, that's another thing the authorities don't get - that when giant trucks suddenly go out of control the electrical grid is in danger of interruption - as you point out above. This is some mess we have now - corrosive, poisonous gases that can burst into flame at the slightest provocation (I mean simple RUST can cause it - whew) and burn really hot, wafting through towns and cities, usually exploding when we're least prepared (in the wee hours when we're usually asleep). Dang!

    Another thing I won't be doing for a while is flying - that's just rolling the dice nowadays. So much going wrong - and JJF theory isn't even on the radar yet!

    Thanks again for the thorough updates.


    1. Hi Tom, yes, not on the radar... the recent Boeing 777 that 'disappeared' from radar & no distress signal!... can't hide the big events... or can you? My Mom today talked of the 'passport' issues lol. People's minds seem soft. PeterC. And Jonny, my gratitude to you for your work.

    2. They'll probably muddy the waters enough with 'passport issues' in this case to keep people confused or distracted until people move on to a new story and this one slides off into oblivion in peoples' minds. It's going to get harder to do that as more planes disappear though, especially passenger planes carrying large numbers of people.

      Of all the modes of transportation, trains seem the safest now. Not that they aren't crashing and burning some too; they are. But they don't seem as bad off as the other modes of transportation. They don't fall 35,000 feet when they crash, and they don't have semi trucks veering across the median and slamming into them head-on, and they don't have rubber tires to explode or ignite (though their brakes can still ignite). If I had to travel any distance, I'd go by train.

      And hey, glad to provide a service, PeterC. It's really just like guard duty in the Army, except now I'm doing guard duty for a larger group of people than a battalion or whatever. Maintain 'situational awareness', identify and understand threats, inform and update those you're trying to help stay safe, which in this case is everyone.

  2. It might be of some interest ( and also bloody depressing -so be forewarned) to couple the information you are providing with the information Christina Consolo ( Radchick on youtube ) comes up with in one of her recent investigative pieces to do with radiation in the skies and it's effects on flight crews in particular and also her, and her daughter's, recent experience with what seemed to be radiation poisoning after a flight to Mexico.. When I first heard about the Air Malaysia flight I thought of the JJF hypothesis and then about what Radchick had to say as well. It's all stranger than fiction and more than a little bit disturbing. I do not know a single individual I could relay this information to who would take it seriously. Sad.
    Anyway, thanks again J.M. and best of luck.
    Tom N.

    1. Yeah, it's all stranger than fiction, and beyond disturbing.

      I don't dwell on Fukushima much. There will be more Fukushimas to come. Arguably, it is a consequence of MISA Theory that resulted in both the quake and tsunami that spawned Fukushima AND is causing the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem to raise its ugly head via the volcanic eruptions.

      MISA Theory:

      Highest number of volcanic eruptions ever recorded happened in 2013. That's a real bad sign. Step 1 of this hydrogen sulfide and methane problem is 'widespread volcanic activity', according to this Scientific American article:

      And Step 9 is 'UV radiation kills remaining life." I believe we're well past Step 1 and before Step 9 is completed we'll probably see numerous Fukushimas.

      So, when people wake up, we'll have two basic choices: 1) freak out, kill each other, and minimize the number of possible survivors; or 2) man up, put aside past grievances, unite in the greatest of all common causes, marshal all of humanity's resources for one last run at whatever the best option is (Mars? Moon?), and maximize the number of possible survivors. Get small or get big, basically.

      Some people who say they can see the future also say there's a point beyond which they can't see. I think they can't see past that choice, because it determines pretty much everything.

  3. Last night a report came through via TRN, the article has been scrubbed, however others have picked it up, findable via Google. A new, un-defendable weapon system: "sky dreadnought". Such technology may have major geo-engineering applications. May also be a hoax. I don't know. PeterC

    1. I saw the video footage of that...whatever it is. Looked plenty real to me. I wouldn't doubt that we have such things. So many secrets, so little truth. Helluva way to run a civilization.