Friday, March 21, 2014

Event Update For 2014-03-20

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
2014-03-20 - Passenger plane bursts into flame 20 minutes after taking off from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia):
Quote: "Lahore-bound PIA’s plane escaped from a major air accident today as its engine caught fire 20-minutes after taking off from Kuala Lumpur airport, sources said. PIA’s PK-899 plane has made an emergency landing on the airport while all the passengers are reportedly safe, reports added."
2014-03-20 - Boat bursts into flame at Wobby Beach on the Hawkesbury River (Australia):
2014-03-20 - Passenger train bursts into flame near train station in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):
Quote: "Passengers had to be evacuated from a busy commuter train in Glasgow this morning after its engine caught fire. The incident occurred just outside Crossmyloof station in the city’s South Side at around 8.15am."
2014-03-20 - Double-decker bus transporting school kids bursts into flame in Huncoat (Britain):
Note: That's near the Leeds and Liverpool Canal...
2014-03-20 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on Route 30 in Salisbury Township (Pennsylvania):
2014-03-20 - Van, Porsche, Mini Cooper and BMW destroyed by fire while parked at home in coastal Bangkok (Thailand):
Quote: "Four expensive cars worth more than 10 million baht were completely destroyed in a mysterious fire that broke out at a house in Bangkok’s Taling Chan district on Thursday."
Quote: "Destroyed were a Porsche, a BMW, a Mini Cooper and a Hyundai van."
Note: Just a sampling of some of the many vehicular fires, a vehicular fire variety pack, including a burning plane, boat, train, bus, heavy truck, and some smaller vehicles...

2014-03-20 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire on Black's Mill Road near Dawsonville (Georgia):

Quote: "The early afternoon explosion really rocked the community and the home is essentially collapsed and pancaked into the basement. Charlie Gardner lived in the home with his girlfriend Nancy. He says they had just remodeled the home and put it on the market. Now, the home is destroyed."

2014-03-20 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Alton (Illinois):

Quote: "'My daughter heard an explosion and yelled to get out, I don’t know a thing,' she said of what might have caused the fire. She said she was sleeping soundly on the main floor of the two-story house and did not hear the boom."

Note: Alton is just northeast (downwind) of the Mississippi River, near St. Louis (Missouri)...

2014-03-20 - Apartment complex damaged by explosion in Abington (Massachusetts), man loses hand, 2 injured:

Quote: "...there’s a gentleman standing outside with no hand."

2014-03-20 - RV stove explodes and ignites man in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2014-03-20 - Mysterious explosions shake homes and alarm people in Osceola and Polk Counties (Florida):

Quote: "We’ve gotten email after email, not to mention Facebook posts, from people who say they're hearing a boom around the same time every night. Not even the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office has an answer. 'It was like a "BOOM!" Then, the windows kinda shook,' said Kissimmee resident Daryl Mercado."

Quote: "Whatever it is, Valencia College student Daryl Mercado’s story lines up with everything else we’ve been hearing. These booms start around 10 p.m. and they sound like thunder. Mercado said he’s heard them over the past three weeks."

2014-03-20 - Many transformers burst into flame on poles in the Vaughan area of Toronto (Canada), darkness descends:

Quote: "Toronto Hydro says it is doing its best to find and repair power outages Wednesday night. But it has tweeted a warning that there are so many reports that it may be 'late into the night' before they do. There are transformer fires and wires down in the northwest sector of the Toronto and outages caused by a falling wires. Main St and Danforth Ave. was the scene of a blaze which has left customers in the dark there. Another tweet says there is widespread darkness in the North Forest Hill area after a loud explosion (presumably a transformer) on Avenue Rd north of Lawrence Ave."

Note: This area is near-ish to Lake Ontario...

2014-03-20 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in coastal Santa Cruz (California), near Warriors Stadium:

2014-03-20 - Utility pole bursts into flame in Foxborough (Massachusetts), I-495 shut down:

2014-03-20 - Metal scrapyard destroyed by huge blaze near Knox (Indiana):

Quote: "WSBT reported that the facility was engulfed in flames."

Quote: "Nearby residents said it was the biggest fire they had ever seen."

2014-03-20 - Pile of pallets burst into flame at business in Salt Lake City (Utah), fire damages garage too:

Quote: "Not sure what they do but they have a yard with a lot of pallets."

2014-03-20 - Massive forest fire rages in Seshachalam (India), helicopters and army deployed:

Quote: "Since the forest fire is on the other side of the river Krishna, forest officials have made boat arrangement to reach the fire zone."

2014-03-20 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in a tunnel on the A1 autoroute near Payerne (Switzerland):

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3:43 AM while parked in Frankfort (Kansas):

Quote: "The truck, valued at $43,000 is a total loss."

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in the parking lot of Slammin Salmon in Millbrook (New York):

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just before 3 AM on highway near Whitecourt (Canada):

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A465 near Abergavenny (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at Oak Street and North Avenue in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

Quote: "Firefighters on scene with a tractor trailer that was on fire, at Oak Street and North Avenue."

2014-03-20 - Mail delivery truck bursts into flame on street in Lewes (Delaware), mail burns:

2014-03-20 - Truck bursts into flame on the A40 near the Frogmill Hotel, in Shipton Oliffe (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Truck bursts into flame at layby along the A30 between Woodleigh and Fingle Glen (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Truck bursts into flame at South West Communications Group Ltd, in Aylesbeare, Exeter (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Van bursts into flame on Cunningham Road in Bangalore (India):

Note: Vehicle was a Maruti Omni, which is a kind of van...

2014-03-20 - Van bursts into flame on highway in Kazakhstan:

2014-03-20 - Van bursts into flame on St. Peter's Road in Huntingdon (Britain):

2014-03-20 - SUV bursts into flame on street in Cincinnati (Ohio):

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 1:30 AM while parked at home in Sandusky (Ohio):

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck bursts into flame just after 2 AM while parked in Mill Pond subdivision in Greenwood (South Carolina):

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-35 in New Braunfels (Texas):

2014-03-20 - Jeep bursts into flame on road in Sedona (Arizona):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartments, fire spreads to van, in coastal Kihei (Hawaii):

Note: This apartment complex is right on the coast, about 600 feet from the ocean...

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame while parked on street in Phoenix (Arizona):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Wheeler Road in Richmond County (Georgia):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame on I-5 in Red Bluff (California):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame on the Bobby Jones Expressway near Lowe's in Augusta (Georgia):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame at Walmart in Hazard (Kentucky):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame on street in Grand Island (Nebraska):

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame while parked near riverfront apartment building in Winnipeg (Canada):

Quote: "Crews are extinguishing a car fire behind a riverside apartment building in Winnipeg's Wolseley neighbourhood. A car burns in the parking lot behind a Wolseley apartment building on Thursday morning. A resident at the building, located on Wolseley Avenue at Chestnut Street, said she heard an explosion at about 7 a.m. and looked out her window to see the flames."

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame on A14 slip road near Huntingdon (Britain):

Note: Also see the van that burst into flame in Huntingdon. I checked, different events, 5 hours apart...

2014-03-20 - Car bursts into flame on the A189 Spine Road in Northumberland (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Lyons Creek Road in Calvert County (Maryland):

2014-03-20 - Vehicle bursts into flame in underground parking garage at high-rise in Brampton (Canada):

2014-03-20 - In 'separate' incidents, RV trailer and vacant home burst into flame in Lemmon Valley (Nevada):

Quote: "Fire officials were busy on Thursday, putting out two back-to-back fires in the same area."

2014-03-20 - Two tractors, hopper and barn destroyed by fire in Chewton Mendip, Wells (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Car and shed destroyed by fire near Dell Rapids (South Dakota):

2014-03-20 - RV parts business erupts in flame at 4:30 AM in coastal Portland (Australia):

2014-03-20 - Barn heavily damaged by fire in Hebron (Kentucky), 2 horses killed:

2014-03-20 - Barn damaged by fire at 2:50 AM in Bredgar (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Wildfire erupts along I-44 in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 3 mobile homes burn:

Quote: "Fire crews said the fire is about one-square mile. There are voluntary evacuations in the area because homes are nearby. At least three mobile homes have burned. Fire crews and law enforcement officers say people need to avoid the area."

2014-03-20 - Wildfires break out in Creek County (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Firefighters in Creek County have been busy with grassfires this evening. We caught up with several fire trucks, dealing with multiple flare ups. One near Snake Creek Valley was under control."

2014-03-20 - Wildfire erupts, destroys home and vehicles in Lyon County (Kansas), separate wildfire spreads into 3 counties:

2014-03-20 - Brush fire breaks out beneath power lines near the Pittsburg Power Plant in Pittsburg (California):

Quote: "Firefighters in Pittsburg contained a three-alarm brush fire burning early Thursday evening near power lines at the Pittsburg Power Plant, where 10th Street turns into Willow Pass Road."

Quote: "A CalFire helicopter was dropping mud on the fire. The blaze was 'particularly difficult' because of its location in marshland, Laing said; one firefighter sunk into the mud past his knees as he tried to battle the flames."

Quote: "Contra Costa Fire Inspector George Laing said the fire was contained around 7 p.m. Firefighters were working to knock down the northern side of the blaze, which was close to the Delta shore."

Quote: "'This is very unusual for a fire to behave this aggressively in late March,' said fire inspector George Laing with the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District."

2014-03-20 - Brush fire erupts at train tracks, spreads from there, in Maurice (Iowa):

2014-03-20 - Mulch bursts into flame, fire spreads to Burger King, in Clarksville (Tennessee):

Quote: "Authorities said the fire started in a mulch bed before spreading to the restaurant. Four customers and several employees were inside the building when the fire sparked. No injuries were reported. Crews remained on the scene several hours battling the fire and tending to hot spots. It is not clear what caused the fire."

Note: A box truck burst into flame on a road in Clarksville the day prior, as mentioned in the 2014-03-19 update...

2014-03-20 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on Bridge Road in Haywards Heath (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Factory building used for storage destroyed by fire in Valley City (Illinois), on the banks of the Illinois River:

Quote: "A factory building was destroyed in a large fire Thursday night in Valley City, about a mile north of I-72 on the west bank of the Illinois River."

2014-03-20 - Market devastated by late-night inferno in Pho Hien (Vietnam):

2014-03-20 - Portable classroom destroyed by fire at school in Dallas (Texas):

2014-03-20 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Edenbridge (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads to apartment building, in Stroudsburg (Pennsylvania), 12 people homeless:

2014-03-20 - Garage bursts into flame at home in Hales Corners (Wisconsin):

2014-03-20 - Garage bursts into flame, fire spreads to RV, in Granite Bay (California):

2014-03-20 - Garage bursts into flame in coastal Invercargill (New Zealand):

2014-03-20 - Construction site hit by fire beneath expressway in coastal Tokyo (Japan):

Quote: "A manager of a nearby convenience store said he saw a column of fire rising under the expressway, and photos posted online showed widespread flames on the expressway."

2014-03-20 - Home under construction goes up in flames near coastal San Leandro (California):

2014-03-20 - Mansion destroyed by fire on Lafayette Bay in Orono (Minnesota), started in basement, owner on vacation, nobody home:

Quote: "A million dollar home on Lake Minnetonka burned to the ground Thursday morning. The fire started around 9:30 a.m. at a home on Old Beach Road in Orono, Minn."

Quote: "Rebecca Virden with CenterPoint Energy says natural gas was not the cause of the fire. She says during the fire part of the house collapsed and damaged the meter, causing natural gas to leak and ignite the gas meter. Investigators determined the fire started in the basement - not at the gas meter, according to Virden."

2014-03-20 - Three homes destroyed by massive inferno, two more damaged, in Devon (Canada):

2014-03-20 - Six-story residential building devastated by huge blaze in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2014-03-20 - Apartment building under construction erupts in flame in Taunton (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The apartment building was under construction and no one was living there."

2014-03-20 - Apartment complex heavily damaged by fire in Independence (Missouri), 10 injured (5 hospitalized):

2014-03-20 - Deadly fire destroys car and garage in Goshen (Indiana), 1 killed:

Note: And the day prior, a car burst into flame in Goshen and injured a man, and two women were found dead in an SUV in Goshen, mentioned in the 2014-03-19 update. Gubment might wanna reposition some of those coffin liners near Goshen if there aren't any stashed nearby already...

2014-03-20 - Deadly blaze rips through rooming house just before 2 AM in Kensington Market, Toronto (Canada), 2 killed:

2014-03-10 - In 'separate' incidents, three vacant homes burn in Kansas City (Missouri), same area:

Quote: "One happened at East 10th Terrace and Cleveland Avenue. The others were just blocks apart with one at East Ninth Street and Cleveland Avenue and East 10th and Myrtle Avenue. They were all spotted shortly after 1:45 p.m."

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

2014-03-20 - Vacant house burns at 7 AM in Columbus (Ohio):

2014-03-20 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Southington (Connecticut):

2014-03-20 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Bonham (Texas):

2014-03-20 - Vacant apartment building burns in Jackson (Mississippi):

2014-03-20 - Vacant warehouse ignites at 1 AM, fire spreads, auto shop destroyed too, in York (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-20 - Huge fish kill hits North Center Lake in Chisago County (Minnesota):

2014-03-20 - Dozens of fish found dead in pond in Kirby Park in Wilkes-Barre (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-20 - Sixty dolphins, some sea turtles and some birds found dead on beaches near Lambayeque (Peru):

Quote: "Artisanal fishermen found 60 dead dolphins between the ports of Puerto Eten and Pimentel in Lambayeque, most of them decomposing so strong odors emanating."

Quote: "In the place were also some dead sea turtles, plus some runners dying birds."

2014-03-20 - Massive number of fish found dead in Maninjau Lake in West Sumatra (Indonesia):

2014-03-20 - 650 ducks and chickens suddenly die in East Mongondow Bolaang (Indonesia):

2014-03-20 - Young man, 20 to 30, drops dead near schools in Brampton (Canada):

Note: Also see the vehicle that burst into flame in an underground parking garage in Brampton...

2014-03-20 - Man, 29, found dead in Lake Sacajawea in Longview (Washington):

2014-03-20 - Man, 58, found dead at edge of pond near Margaret in Harrison County (West Virginia):

2014-03-20 - College student, woman, 19, drops dead in dorm room in Kalamazoo (Michigan):

2014-03-20 - Woman, 40, found dead in submerged SUV in the Ohio River near Rosiclare (Illinois):

2014-03-20 - Woman found dead near her car along the Western Kentucky Parkway in Muhlenberg County (Kentucky):

2014-03-20 - Boy, 4, goes missing, found dead in swimming pool at home near Castaic Lake in Castaic (California):,0,2511101.story#axzz2wgYKgp3e

2014-03-20 - Woman, 20, drops dead in flat in Delhi (India):

2014-03-20 - Man, 59, drops dead near East Third Avenue in coastal Anchorage (Alaska):

2014-03-20 - Man found dead at beach in Felixstowe (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Man found dead in river in coastal Grangetown, Cardiff (Britain):

2014-03-20 - Inmate, man, 46, drops dead in his cell in McAlester (Oklahoma):

2014-03-20 - Body found in the Petaluma River near Lakeville (California):

2014-03-20 - Airman, 23, found dead at Minot Air Force Base (North Dakota):

2014-03-20 - Woman found dead in pub in Wakefield (Britain), near the River Calder:

2014-03-20 - Woman, 70, found dead at Walls Sands Beach in coastal Rye (New Hampshire):

2014-03-20 - Small plane lands, blows tire, landing gear collapses, in coastal Charleston (South Carolina):

Quote: "A Cessna 421 light twin engine aircraft got a flat tire when landing at the Charleston International Airport this afternoon, causing the right landing gear to collapse."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "As planes land, they will more frequently blow tires, or their landing gear will collapse, or they will run off runways."

2014-03-20 - Small plane crashes at airport near Ruidoso (New Mexico), landing gear problem:

Quote: "Cary said a malfunctioning landing gear has been reported as a contributing factor to the crash."

2014-03-20 - Small plane crashes on golf course in Voorst in Gelderland (Netherlands), 2 killed:

2014-03-20 - Train crashes into minivan near coastal Mersin (Turkey), 9 killed, several injured:

Quote: "The Dogan news agency says the accident happened Thursday at a level crossing near the Mediterranean port city of Mersin."

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer veers over centerline, sideswipes big rig, hits car head-on, in Dubois County (Indiana), 4 injured:

Note: Nyaa-aaa-aah! Big rigs veering across the centerline into oncoming traffic? That's some scary sh#t there...

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer hauling live turkeys overturns in Dubois County (Indiana), 900+ turkeys killed:

Note: Getting pretty crashy for big rigs in Dubois County in Indiana...

2014-03-20 - Two tractor trailers, box truck, pickup and car crash in Meshoppen (Pennsylvania), 2 killed:

Note: Meshoppen is located along the northeast (downwind) banks of the Susquehanna River...

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer and vehicle crash, big rig bursts into flame, on US 60 in Mesa (Arizona), 1 killed:

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer loses tire, tire ignites brush fire along I-80 near Walnut (Iowa):

Note: I bet that tire was on fire, which is why the truck lost it in the first place. Non-burning tires don't start brush fires...

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer slams into train near White Pigeon (Michigan), 1 killed:

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer hauling tar sealant overturns near Georgetown (Texas):

2014-03-20 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 55 near Port Norris (New Jersey), 1 lightly injured:

Quote: "Troopers from New Jersey State Police’s Port Norris barracks were dispatched to the scene around 11:18 a.m."

2014-03-20 - Heavy mail truck plows into home at 5:47 AM in coastal Gosport (Britain):

Quote: "A Royal Mail lorry has crashed into the front of an elderly couple's home, trapping them upstairs until firefighters arrived, just days after they agreed to sell the property."

Quote: "They are now hoping the buyer doesn't want to pull out."

Quote: "Upon their arrival at the scene, one of the firemen poked his head in through the newly-made hole in the wall and asked: 'Were you expecting a parcel?'"

2014-03-20 - Flatbed truck hits pickup, pickup bursts into flame, on I-5 in coastal San Clemente (California), 1 killed:

2014-03-20 - Van blows tire and overturns, in Sunrise (Florida), near the coast, one man loses hand, 10 injured:

Quote: "Ten people were taken to area hospitals Thursday morning, including one man whose hand was severed, when a work van flipped on the Sawgrass Expressway, officials said. The incident happened shortly after 8:15 a.m. in the roadway's northbound lanes when the white van had a blowout of its left rear tire and overturned, striking a guardrail just north of the toll plaza near Sunrise Boulevard, according to Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Roger Reyes."

2014-03-20 - Minivan veers over centerline, hits heavy truck head-on, on Steele Canyon Road near El Cajon (California), 1 killed:

2014-03-20 - Minivan veers off road, hits utility pole, 850 homes go dark, in Sioux City (Iowa):

2014-03-20 - SUV veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Winthrop (Maine), 1 killed:

Quote: "Winthrop and Monmouth police have each responded to three crashes on U.S. 202 this month. Three of those six crashes have involved head-on or near head-on collisions involving a driver crossing the center line. The crashes have left two people dead and four others injured."

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits school bus head-on, in Haralson County (Georgia), 14 injured:

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits semi, two more semis crash too, near Sergeant Bluff (Iowa), 2 injured:

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck veers over centerline at 6 AM, hits heavy truck head-on, pickup bursts into flame, near Lewiston (Minnesota), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck veers across grass median, hits car head-on, in De Soto (Kansas), both drivers killed:

2014-03-20 - Pickup truck veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Morgan County (Indiana), 1 killed:

Quote: "The Morgan County Coroner tells Eyewitness News that the driver of the pick-up was burned beyond recognition and that tests will have to be done to determine that person's identity."

2014-03-20 - Car veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, car bursts into flame, near Bunker Hill (Illinois), 1 killed:

Quote: "Officials performed an autopsy Thursday morning and identified Strubelt, of 703 W. Wilbur St., using dental records because he was so badly burned in the crash."

2014-03-20 - Car veers off road, slams into electrical substation, in Winsford (Britain), 2 injured:

2014-03-20 - Car veers off road, clips parked car then crashes into home, in coastal Horry County (South Carolina):

2014-03-20 - Car crashes into pond in Nose Creek Park in Airdrie (Canada), 1 killed:

2014-03-20 - Car veers off road at 3:21 AM, hits tree, in Robbinsville (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2014-03-20 - Vehicle veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, on Kawartha Lakes Road 8 near Fenelon Falls (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-20 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in coastal Palm Bay (Florida), at least 2 injured:

2014-03-20 - Naked man, 21, busts out of hospital, attacks student at school, bites officer and teacher, in Asheville (North Carolina):

Quote: "Asheville schools’ spokesman Charlie Glazener said the student parked on McDowell Street at 8:05 a.m. and was walking across the street to the school when Rogers, who was completely naked, chased him and attacked him. A student and witness said at first he thought it was a joke. 'It was funny then, because we thought it was just some senior on a dare or something,' said Ethan Heilig. But Heilig said the incident quickly took a serious turn. 'I looked down and he was on top of him and he was beating him with his fist and he was punching him like seven times in the face,' said Heilig."

Quote: "Asheville police Sgt. Dave Romick said Rogers bit one of the teachers. When a school resource officer arrived at the scene, Rogers also bit the officer, Romick said."

Note: French Broad River flows right through town...

2014-03-20 - Man, 28, strips off clothes and gets naked, jumps on top of SUV, spits and curses, in Wilmington (Delaware):

Quote: "The driver told officers that the man 'jumped on top of the front hood and climbed up to the roof' of her 2004 black Suzuki where he continued to stomp on the roof of the vehicle, police said in court records."

Note: Wilmington is located at the confluence of the Christina River and Brandywine Creek, near where the Christina River flows into the Delaware River...

2014-03-20 - Naked man grabs woman at Shabbona Park, woman escapes, in Park Forest (Illinois), near Sauk Trail Lake:

2014-03-20 - Three pit bulls break out of yard, attack and injure man and deputy, in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "They then turned on a 50-year-old man who [was] sitting on his porch.  The dogs savagely attacked the man, biting him to the bone."

2014-03-20 - Sinkhole opens, swallows man, in coastal Apollo Beach (Florida), near Tampa, man rescued:

Quote: "According to authorities, the man was working when the ground suddenly collapsed around him in Apollo Beach, near Tampa, Thursday, at around 3 p.m."

Note: People still walk on the ground?! Er, waitaminute...

2014-03-20 - Sinkhole opens in Harrisburg (Pennsylvania), 7 homes evacuated:

Quote: "Mosely said she marched upstairs to check the bathroom and found no water pressure there, either. The rising sun illuminated a sight she will never forget. 'Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God! There's a hole in the middle of the ground!' she yelled to her kids. 'We gotta get out of here. The house is falling down!' Mosely quickly realized her front lawn was being swallowed by a newly formed sinkhole."

Note: Map shows proximity to the Susquehanna River...

2014-03-20 - Sinkhole opens on street, partially swallows truck, in coastal Bronx (New York):

2014-03-20 - Building under construction partially collapses in coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

Quote: "Fire officials said at the scene, which is on the edge of the Chinatown district, that the floor of the 12th floor collapsed and the floors 'pancaked' all the way to the fifth floor."

Quote: "The collapse occurred on the 12th floor of what's slated to be a 33-story residential high-rise, causing damage from the 11th floor's roof down to the fifth floor."

2014-03-20 - US Navy developing firefighting robots:

Note: Good idea. Human beings are simply too vulnerable to the hydrogen sulfide problem, thus the numerous firefighters dropping dead, especially in the last year. Robots can be hardened against gases and if they spring a leak and gas gets inside them and they burst into flame and/or explode, it doesn't kill anyone...

2014-03-20 - Firefighters in Arizona gearing up for what could be - will be - a severe fire season:

Quote: "Companies contracted to help fight wildfires in the state and around the country are on standby for what could be a severe fire season. Western Pilot Services out of Goodyear, provides the smaller tankers that drop fire retardant as part of the initial attack. Randy Caves, the operations manager, explains that they are mobile and have to be able to get their planes in the air within 15 minutes of getting a call. At their yard in Goodyear, lines of trailers can be seen that are used to supply the planes. One trailer will carry 2000 gallons of retardant plus the jet fuel the plane needs to operate for a full day."

2014-03-20 - Firefighters' pickup truck stolen as they fight fire in Sullivan (Missouri):

Note: Now that's bold, and rude!

2014-03-20 - Man won't buy woman a McFlurry, woman sets his car on fire at 12:30 AM, in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

Note: There are no McFlurries in the McJail either...


  1. Jonny: I couldn't wait for you to post this morning. Look at this!

    British scientists have identified yet another twist to the threat of global warming. Any further rises in temperature are likely to accelerate the release of methane from rivers, lakes, deltas, bogs, swamps, marshlands and rice paddy fields. (there's more)

    [you've been all over this for YEARS, but the corroborating evidence is becoming clear to back up your hypothesis]


    Far Worse than Being Beaten with a Hockey Stick: Michael Mann, Our Terrifying Greenhouse Gas Overburden and Heating the Earth by + 2 C by 2036

    I’m going to say something that will probably seem completely outrageous. But I want you to think about it, because it’s true.

    You, where-ever you are now, are living through the first stages of a disaster in which there is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide, and no safe place on Earth for you to go to avoid it. The disaster you are now living through is a greenhouse emergency and with each ounce of CO2, methane and other greenhouse gasses you, I, or the rest of us, pump into the air, that emergency grows in the vast potential of damage and harm that it will inflict over the coming years, decades and centuries. The emergency is now unavoidable and the only thing we can hope to do through rational action is to reduce the degree of harm both short and long term, to rapidly stop making the problem worse, and to put human ingenuity toward solving the problem rather than continuing to intensify it.

    But damage, severe, deadly and terrifying is unleashed, in effect and already happening, with more on the way. (again, read the rest)


    1. Interesting stuff! Scary too, of course. Slowly and ponderously, scientists are heading to where I've been all along. I've never budged, stayed consistent the whole time, because I was right all along, which means me and the truth are on the same wavelength, which means everyone else HAS to get in line, sooner or later, or look like fools, or die.

      I agree with Robert - we're screwed, BUT if we were all to work together and be willing to make sacrifices - SERIOUS sacrifices - more people could be saved. Not everyone, not most, not half, probably not even a quarter...but more. Maybe millions more. A future could be fashioned that way, and it would be better than just laying down and letting the Earth smash and burn and poison us all into the grave.

  2. Hi Jonny,

    I notice today's report was posted at 11pm (time zone?), I did not get it until 7:30am CST. Why do you think that is?

    Re. H2S (hydrogen sulphide). In energy production, there is something called 'sour gas' and 'sour oil'. The sour is sulpher. The sulpher is removed via processing...

    I'm thinking that oil (used in transformers, engines, hydraulics) readily absorbs H2S. Most all of these systems are 'vented' due to expansion/contraction. I'm thinking that the H2S concentration increases in oil over time. At appropriate conditions, the H2S 'outgasses' from the oil, creating a high concentration 'cloud', which then ignites via rust, electrified copper, etc. This seems to me to be the only explanation for transformer explosions... an H2S plume outside the transformer would not likely destroy it, however an internal explosion would rupture the tank &/or damage/melt the copper windings.

    Lastly, I want to monitor the area local to me - Winnipeg/Manitoba. Can you recommend some advanced search techniques.

    Thank You!

    1. Hah, wondered if anyone would ever notice the timestamp thing. Regardless if when it goes out, I mark it as 11 PM, so that things don't get weird at the end of the month. Since I've been on 'overnight firewatch duty' lately, the posts go out in the morning, but they're stamped 11 PM anyway.

      I think you're probably right about the oil. And that recent oil rig explosion and fire, where there was H2S in the air - that was sour oil, with a lot of H2S in it. A refining company last year sued because their suppliers were giving them oil with LETHAL concentrations of H2S in the oil, and they didn't want to deal with that, understandably. I believe that the Earth is heating up from below, which will make - IS making - the oil and natural gas more sour. So we can't leave oil and natural gas in the ground, else it will just create more and more hydrogen sulfide, which will then start causing underground explosions (which it probably already is) and oozing from the ground and seriously killing the crap out of people, even worse than is already happening. This problem, I highly suspect, is why they're fracking and drilling the crap out of every oil and gas deposit around. Leave it in the ground and we're even worse off than we would be if we frack and drill it out, even taking into consideration all the OTHER problems caused by fracking and drilling (quakes, subsidence, etc). It's not a choice between good option and bad option, it's a choice between bad option and fatal option.

      As for search options - I dunno! I'm not a search geek. My searches are as simple as could be. But you could search for things like:

      explosion Manitoba
      "body found" Manitoba
      "found dead" Manitoba
      "head-on" Manitoba

      And set the search option to 24 hours, to give you the events that match the search params for just the previous day. Put the double quotes around phrases if you want that specific phrase to be the match, like "body found", else you end up with matches that contain both body and found, but not necessarily together, like "Jennifer Lopez has found that eating yogurt gives her a dynamite body" and stuff like that. Heh.

    2. Also, the hydraulics - I started noticing a couple of years ago a rising number of deaths involving hydraulic failure, like industrial lifts collapsing on people and then more planes having hydraulic failure too. And I recall Israel shut down an airport for a day because they had an issue with 'contaminated fuel', and I wondered then...contaminated with WHAT? So I think you're right - oil and oil derivatives must be absorbing hydrogen sulfide from the air, at least sometimes, and causing these weird hydraulic problems, among other things.

  3. I admire your efforts & hypothesis, and it is my hope to bring info/ideas to help you further your work, which for me and for others I'm sure, is priceless.

    So if H2S is "going home" - strongly attracted to and absorbed by oil, then the oil, with H2S, will decompose seals, gaskets, steel, etc. Perhaps a Chemical Engineer would kindly contribute some thoughts on H2S/oil solubility/attraction.

    Re. Flight 370... & planes in general. I've watched FlightRadar on occasion. What's interesting that there are 5,000 - 15,000 planes in the air most of the time world-wide. It's true that Methane is lighter than air and rises up. Seems that there should be many planes dropping out of the sky every day. I'm thinking that geo-engineering is somehow pushing Methane into space. So, what happened to Flight 370? There is a compelling theory at:

    Have a good day... that is a day without fire/explosion/sinkhole etc etc... ugh

    1. Yeah, I've thought about the planes. They HAVE changed the flight ceiling for passenger flights, brought it down. Maybe they did that solely because the upper atmosphere has begun to fill up with methane, so it's less safe to fly at those higher altitudes than it used to be.

      Also, the chemtrails might be used to separate the methane layer from whatever the current 'normal' flight altitude is, and also maybe to separate the methane layer as much as possible from any hydrogen sulfide too, because it is when the two gases mix that the biggest problems will arise, with hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with electrified copper and rust acting as the igniter for the methane (which isn't very reactive on its own). So a dash of hydrogen sulfide and a cloud of methane and a rusty pipe and...boom!

      You have a good non-explodey non-sinkholed day too! LMAO!

  4. Latest I heard about the missing plane is that it may have been hi-jacked by pros (who knew how to go off radar, disengage the flight recorder etc.), but there's no proof of anything yet. Sooner or later something will turn up and we may find out. If it was an "op" by CIA, or some other country's rogue secret police, we may not.


    1. Not counting on ever knowing the truth about that flight. I'm just waiting for the NEXT flight to disappear/explode/crash now. It's not so hard to explain away ONE missing airplane, but it'll be pretty tough to explain away a PATTERN of such events.

    2. Funny thing... Boeing is not being blamed/suspected of bad design, wonder why??? Could it be the real-time satellite link direct to Boeing Engineering....

      All the bases were covered... except for one... big one... oops!

      Just another spy-op, gone bad, in a small way. Because only few people know this. Kind of like the JJFH.

      The JJFH is the only real story, yet very few people are aware. You just have to look at all the major events occurring... much of it does not appear on Main Stream Media. Gotta keep the population unaware...

      For good reason too... mass panic is not a good thing. Gotta keep the food, energy, etc happening until the end. Unawareness ensures this.

    3. Yeah, not trying to induce panic here. I try to keep my tone calm, as best I can anyway, and even add some humor here and there. If nothing else, you can ALWAYS chuckle at the absurdity of an absurd situation, and things don't GET much more absurd than our current situation!

      Yet at some point, people will wake up. And when that happens, I think they might appreciate knowing that someone somewhere was out here trying to tell them the truth, that they weren't deceived by absolutely everyone and everything - which is how *I* felt when I realized what was going on, and it totally sucked.

    4. Also, I guess I have a problem watching children burning to death, which they are, in cars and buses and homes, and not saying anything. I mean, isn't that a moral issue there? If I said nothing, and knew what was happening, then I'd be defining myself as someone who's willing to bite my tongue while KIDS BURN TO DEATH. I didn't sign anything pledging that I would or could be that type of person, and I'm not, and I'm not going to be, and at least that much I do actually have in my control, if not much else.

      On the other hand...I'm not exactly running to the press either. Panic would indeed cost lives. But at some point, the number of lives lost due to not facing the problem will exceed the number of lives lost due to panic if we do. The trick is to find where those two curves intersect, and unfortunately there's just no way to know.

    5. Jonny, I can sense a heavy burden upon you... I have, in my small ways, tried to make others aware... some are thankful, some are hateful, and some believe "whatever will be, will be". I do not accept that there is a 'best' way, rather there is the way we choose. And each way is right for us...

      I find it very, very helpful to look at history... how many millions/billions of people have died by starvation, predators, knives, swords, stones, infection, etc, etc. There is nothing that you are doing to cause this. You are reporting the facts. I, and many others I'm sure, want the facts... so we can understand... to make decisions that are right for us.

      At this time, I also want to express my gratitude to all those people, working to hold it back... effective or not... Thank You!

      History... I learned from you about the Georgia Guildstones yesterday. They were built in 1979. They predate, by 13 years, the 1992 Letter To Humanity signed by 1700 Senior Scientists leading maybe 200,000 Technical Specialists. The only possible effective solution was to turn off all energy to the world. It's estimated that 90% of the world population would be dead in a year... by knives, swords, stones, bullets, infection, etc etc.

      An Angel, a top dog, chose to let it be... I've had a fantastic human experience... I am Thankful!

      So here we are... yesterday I also considered your inner earth heating and fracking ideas...

      mmm... very interesting... those words you used the other day, bang on!

      Anyway, I'm thinking about Misa theory... we're in an accelerating earthquake trend, worldwide. Surface water feeds aquifers. The crust is cracking more & more. Which allows aquifers to go deeper. Which displace the 'gas'. The gas is bubbling to the surface via mostly lakes, streams, etc. but really everywhere.

      I'm thinking the H2S background level is slowly & steadily increasing worldwide.

      I suspect, all the MSM zombie stuff, may going real-time... while I'm still alive!!!

      It's time for distribution of Open-Carry, thumb print & anti-zombie voice secured, Glock sidearms, to qualified & trained people. Because getting eaten by a zombie cannot be allowed.

      And when I get my Glock, is could come with a pound of Pot & 50 packs of papers. Peaceful, Healthy, Happy People... Bring it on! LMAO

      Have a wonderful day All!

  5. When you're managing 7 billion people.... you gotta do what you gotta do.... right LMAO