Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Event Update For 2014-07-29

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

2014-07-29 - 300 tons of scrap metal bursts into flame at 1:21 AM at recycling center in Basildon (Britain):

Quote: "Fire crews were called to a fire at a recycling plant, crews reported that 40 percent of 300 tonnes of scrap metal was on fire.  The area alight measured approximately 30 x 30 metres and was 10 metres high."

Note: More scrap metal bursting into flame. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel. Nobody has ever offered up an alternative explanation for these fires where scrap iron ignites, because there isn't one. As most people are aware, scrap iron doesn't normally burst into flame. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground, making explosions, fires and people and animals sickening and/or dying more common during those hours...

2014-07-29 - Three homes destroyed by explosion and fire at 5 AM in Henners Point in Lacombe (Canada):

Quote: "Neighbourhood witnesses said they awoke to a loud bang early in the morning, and after racing outside to see what the commotion was, stood aghast as plumes of smoke and red-hot flames engulfed three houses."

Note: Somebody probably had some rusty iron/steel or electrified copper outside one of these homes, which ignited a methane and/or hydrogen sulfide plume, causing an initial explosion and igniting these homes. This area is surrounded by lakes and ponds...

2014-07-29 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 12:30 AM in coastal Federal Way (Washington), dog killed:

Quote: "A homeowner in Federal Way woke up to the smell of smoke and what sounded like a loud explosion early Tuesday morning."

Quote: "While the cause of the fire is under investigation, the fire is believed to have started on the outside of the house and spread. The home is a total loss..."

Note: They probably had some rusty iron/steel or electrified copper out there, like a porch light, or electrical outlet, or landcaping lights, or a doorbell, etc, and a gas plume blowing in off the ocean ignited, causing the initial explosion and fire. These fires that start outside like this are very dangerous because they can can grow unnoticed and cut off routes of escape before smoke detectors indoors start going off. In a way, they're lucky that there WAS an explosion, else they might not have been alerted to the fire until it was too late...

2014-07-29 - Hangar explodes and burns, fire spreads to second hangar, at Brown Field in coastal San Diego (California):

Quote: "Schuster said he was driving through the security gate when he heard explosions. 'Flames were coming off the roof, about 500 feet with black smoke. There were multiple explosions. I counted at least six. Blew out my windows (of my hangar,)' he said."

2014-07-29 - Underground electrical explosion and fire stops subways in coastal Bronx (New York):

2014-07-29 - Factory damaged by explosion in Tulbagh on the Western Cape (South Africa), 1 killed:

2014-07-29 - Oil refinery hit by fire at 12:30 AM in Coffeyville (Kansas), 4 injured:

2014-07-29 - Fire erupts beneath The QE2 Bridge (Britain), bridge closed:

2014-07-29 - Paper factory destroyed by fire in coastal Jeddah (Saudi Arabia):

Quote: "By the time the firefighters arrived at the scene, the fire had already engulfed most of factory's open yard where paper rolls were stored."

2014-07-29 - Smoke in the plane sends passenger plane to emergency landing in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "The flight was bound for Phoenix but declared an emergency because of reported smoke in the aircraft lavatory."

2014-07-29 - Boat explodes and burns at Lake Pend Oreille in Bayview (Idaho), 2 seriously injured:

Quote: "Richard Wagner, 70, of Idaho Falls, and his 8-year-old grandson both suffered severe burns..."

2014-07-29 - Yacht 'Alloy' bursts into flame near coastal Sanya on Hainan Island (China):

Quote: "Sanya South China Sea on July 29 news (reporter Liu Liping Sanya News correspondent Menghan Yao) at 11:30 on July 29 Xu, Sanya yacht ship called 'Alloy' in the waters north of the island of Sanya Bay East cabin fire, 23 persons on board including tourists, was 11:47 all transferred to the nearby yacht 'Wen Long' was reported, the accident caused no casualties..."

2014-07-29 - Fishing boat 'Nordstar' bursts into flame while docked on the island of Vigra (Norway):

2014-07-29 - Passenger train bursts into flame in coastal Fairfield (Connecticut):

2014-07-29 - Two fire trucks, ATV and fire station destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM in Millville (Canada):

Quote: "One of the village’s fire trucks was not at the station because it was serving in Nackawic after that town’s rigs were damaged in a fire a week before."

Note: So now, after two fires in two separate fire stations in one week, there is just one fire truck left for both towns. Hmmm, not looking good. This problem is affecting other aspects of existence too. For example, the only garbage truck went up in flames recently in coastal Rankin Inlet (Canada), mentioned in the 2014-07-21 update, so no more trash pickup there...

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-74 near Crawfordsville (Indiana):

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-26 near Saluda (North Carolina):

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer and barn destroyed by fire at 7 AM in Houston (Texas), 6 horses killed:

Quote: "Authorities are investigating the cause of the fire that was reported 7 a.m., reports TV Station Click2Houston. The blaze also destroyed an 18-wheeler that was parked at the scene."

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A1 at Long Bennington (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A38 near Fradley (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Garbage truck bursts into flame in the Imperial Valley (California):

2014-07-29 - RV destroyed by fire at 6:45 AM while parked in Sacramento (California):

2014-07-29 - Van and two cars destroyed by fire while parked in parking lot in East Hanover (New Jersey):

2014-07-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at auto shop in Bossier City (Louisiana):

2014-07-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Yeppoon (Australia):

2014-07-29 - Jeep and car burst into flame at 12:30 AM while parked in Aberdeen (South Dakota):

Note: The only reason they think this was arson is because both vehicles ignited separately; one did not ignite the other. Welp, that's how it's gonna go as the atmospheric contamination proceeds - when things first started, it was just one vehicle here or one vehicle there igniting. Now we're at the point where multiple vehicles are igniting in some events, and sometimes entire parking garages of vehicles are going to go up in flames, like the 37 cars that went up in flames before 3 AM the day prior in Lake St. Louis (Missouri), mentioned in the 2014-07-28 update. So, before I accept an arson proclamation, especially from someone who doesn't have a clue about what's going on, I need to see some REAL evidence, like a witness, or some surveillance footage, or some gas cans left lying around, or at the very least a motive. Absent ANY of that, as in this case, then arson seems very doubtful...

2014-07-29 - Twelve cars go up in flames at 2:12 AM while parked at industrial area in St Osyth (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters were called to 12 cars on fire at an industrial unit in St Osyth. Three crews were called to Clay Lane at 2.12am on Tuesday."

2014-07-29 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame while parked on same street, in Sacramento (California):

Quote: "The battalion chief at the scene said he suspected the cars were deliberately set ablaze since they were located so close to one another. An arson investigator was called to the scene and The Sacramento Fire Department confirmed around 12:45 p.m. that both fires were results of arson."

Note: The problem is, they CAN'T confirm it as arson unless they've ruled out accidental causes, like hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with electrified copper or rust, and they didn't do that, so they have no idea if this was arson or not. Witnesses, evidence, surveillance footage, motive? They have none of that AND they haven't eliminated accidental causes either. That's the shoddy work of incompetents there. You wouldn't trust an incompetent neurosurgeon to operate on your brain and you shouldn't trust anything incompetent fire investigators say either. Also see the RV that burst into flame at 6:45 AM while parked in Sacramento. So that's three vehicles that burst into flame while parked in Sacramento on this day. I wonder what they're gonna say when it's 20 vehicles, or 100, or 500. 'Packs of invisible arsonists are rampaging around burning everything and we're helpless to stop them!' These fire investigators are becoming quite a joke!

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked on street in coastal Stamford (Connecticut):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame at 3 AM while parked on Northwest Sixth Avenue in Ocala (Florida):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame just after 3 AM while parked at home in Lexington (Kentucky):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame on I-25 in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame on road in Redding (Connecticut):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame on Parrotts Ferry Road in Columbia (California):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Kitchener (Canada):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Burgess Crescent in Camborne (Canada):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Reservoir Road in Modbury suburb of coastal Adelaide (Australia):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame on the A30 at Plusha, near Launceston (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Car bursts into flame at 12:39 AM while parked on Hitcham Lane in Taplow (Britain):

Note: This area is just east (downwind) of the River Thames...

2014-07-29 - RV trailer bursts into flame just before 1 AM, fire spreads to two garages, in Windsor (Canada):

2014-07-29 - RV trailer bursts into flame at caravan park in coastal Arbroath (Scotland):

2014-07-29 - Barn destroyed by fire near Holsworthy (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Barn damaged by fire near the A10 at Reed End, Therfield, south of Royston (Britain):

2014-07-29 - 200 wildfires erupt in one week in California:

2014-07-29 - Wildfire burns in rocks near Lost Horse Creek in Bitterroot National Forest (Montana):

Quote: "The Bitterroot National Forest has spent more than $200,000 to pour water and retardant over a stubborn wildfire creeping around in the rocks on a ridge above Lost Horse Creek."

2014-07-29 - Elementary school damaged by fire just before midnight in Renton (Washington), near the coast, nobody there:

2014-07-29 - Bank damaged by fire in Cache Creek (Canada), nobody there:

2014-07-29 - Home damaged by fire at 4 AM in Bartonville (Illinois), woman runs back in to get cellphone and dies:

Note: Fire officials have warned people for decades not to go back into a burning home for anything. That was always good advice, but now, with fires that may involve hydrogen sulfide - which can knock you unconscious virtually instantly - it is even more dangerous than it has ever been. What if a loved one or a beloved pet is still inside? Well, I don't know what to say there - horrible choice, your call. It won't do them any good if you die too though. For anything else - like a freaking cellphone - it's way safer to stay outside and let it burn. Cellphones, unlike loved ones and pets, are easy to replace...

2014-07-29 - Outside gas meter bursts into flame at 1:15 AM, ignites home and car, car explodes, in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2014-07-29 - Deck bursts into flame at 2:45 AM, fire spreads to home, in East Wenatchee (Washington):

Note: Wenatchee is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Columbia River...

2014-07-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire just before 1:45 AM in coastal Savannah (Georgia), nobody there:

2014-07-29 - Home destroyed by fire at 4 AM in Hanover Township (Ohio), nobody there:

Quote: "The home was destroyed, but no one was hurt because the family is on vacation, WCPO reports. The house is on Gardner Road near Golden Oak Drive. Neighbors reported the fire around 4 a.m."

2014-07-29 - Home destroyed by fire on Seaside Place on the island of Molokai (Hawaii), 1 injured:

2014-07-29 - Newly-built mansion destroyed by massive inferno on Seven Ponds Road in Water Mill (New York):

2014-07-29 - Apartment complex heavily damaged by blaze in Tempe (Arizona):

2014-07-29 - Apartment building heavily damaged by outside fire at 3:52 AM in North Bay (Canada):

Note: North Bay is located on the eastern (downwind) shore of Lake Nipissing...

2014-07-29 - Deadly blaze burns through home in the wee hours in Rensselaer (New York), 1 killed:

Note: Rensselaer is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Hudson River...

2014-07-29 - Vacant structure burns in Dayton (Ohio):

2014-07-29 - Vacant home burns at 3 AM in coastal North Richmond (California):

2014-07-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Saginaw (Michigan):

2014-07-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire shortly before midnight in South Bend (Indiana):

Note: South Bend is named for its location at the southernmost bend of the St. Joseph River...

2014-07-29 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Newark (Texas):

2014-07-29 - Vacant commercial building burns in San Bernardino (California):

2014-07-29 - Vacant shop building destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM in Thorp (Washington):

2014-07-29 - Vacant train depot destroyed by fire in Salamanca (New York):

2014-07-29 - Three people killed, baby missing, after car plunges into river in coastal Tawau (Malaysia):

2014-07-29 - Person found dead in Lake Tohopekaliga (Florida), empty 'ghost boat' found first, running in circles:

Quote: "Authorities say a boat was spotted maneuvering in circles without an operator in North West Lake Toho. A witness says they saw the boat with a driver around 6:30pm."

2014-07-29 - Man, 45, found dead in Twelve Mile Lake (Iowa), empty 'ghost boat' found first as usual, still running:

Quote: "According to WHO-TV, a search party was sent to Twelve Mile Lake in Union County after the man was reported missing around 6:15 p.m. Monday. They found the man's boat still running along with shoes and items of clothing, authorities said."

Quote: "They add that this is the first drowning at the lake in about 10 years."

2014-07-29 - Man, 56, dies while driving, pickup crashes off road, near coastal Prime Hook Beach (Delaware):

Quote: "A Townsend man was found dead in his pickup truck after it crashed Tuesday afternoon near Prime Hook Beach in Sussex County, state police said. But authorities do not believe the crash killed him. Michael L. Indellini, 56, had 'no obvious trauma or injury ... as a result of the collision and preliminary investigation suggests a sudden-onset medical condition,' Master Cpl. Gary E. Fournier said."

2014-07-29 - Woman, 36, disappears while swimming, next seen dead in Lake Norman in Lincoln County (North Carolina):

2014-07-29 - Man, 50, found dead in Lake Hartwell in Clemson (South Carolina):

2014-07-29 - Man, 70, goes for swim, next seen dead in Martha Lake in Snohomish County (Washington):

2014-07-29 - Man, 62, found dead in the water near coastal Fishers Island (Connecticut):

2014-07-29 - Man found dead outside church in Orlando (Florida):,0,7470908.story

2014-07-29 - Person found dead near wholesale club near Elsmere (Delaware):

2014-07-29 - Man, 26, found dead at home in Warwood (West Virginia):

2014-07-29 - Man found dead in Monument Creek near Garden of the Gods (Colorado):

2014-07-29 - Man found dead in rocky river bed near Hardin (Montana):

2014-07-29 - Young man found dead in the Bow River near the Calgary Zoo in Calgary (Canada):

2014-07-29 - Man, 43, found dead in the Moose Jaw River (Canada):

2014-07-29 - Man, 24, found dead in Ballymoney (Ireland):

2014-07-29 - Worker, man, 22, found dead outside factory in coastal Shenzhen (China):

2014-07-29 - Government official, man, 66, drops dead in hotel in Kampala (Uganda):

2014-07-29 - Woman in her 20s found dead at reservoir in Lower Rivington (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Man, 21, found dead at the beach near Culver Cliffs on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Small plane makes emergency landing at beach in coastal Miami (Florida), engine failure:

Quote: "A small airplane made an emergency landing on a Miami, Fla., beach today just days after a similar incident on the Gulf Coast claimed the lives of two beachgoers."

Note: With more pockets of methane and hydrogen sulfide and probably carbon monoxide in the atmosphere, planes are experiencing engine failure regularly now. Combustion engines require a certain amount of oxygen in the air mix. When there isn't enough oxygen then the engine sputters and fails. You see this happen most often shortly after the plane takes off and starts gaining altitude, so it's probably methane causing the problem, since it's a lighter-than-air gas. If the air mix is volatile enough then there may be a 'flash fire' or an explosion, like the 'flash of light' that knocked a helicopter out of the sky and killed both occupants in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), mentioned in the 2013-03-13 update...

2014-07-29 - Helicopter crashes near Bellefontaine (Ohio), 1 injured:

2014-07-29 - Tour bus veers off road and slams into mountainside in Norway, 3 killed, several injured:

Note: 'We hope that the survivors have enjoyed this tour of Norway!'

2014-07-29 - Passenger bus plunges into gorge in Himachal State (India), at least 21 killed:

2014-07-29 - Tanker truck crashes into parked bus in Aurangabad (India), 12 killed, several injured:

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame after crash with two other vehicles, near Bastrop (Texas), at least 1 killed:

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer slams pickup into another tractor trailer at 6:48 AM, all three burst into flame, on I-40 in Loudon County (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-40 in Nashville (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-84 in Southbury (Connecticut):

2014-07-29 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-85 in Greensboro (North Carolina):

2014-07-29 - Four vehicles crash, pickup bursts into flame, on Route 222 near Kutztown (Pennsylvania), 4 injured:

2014-07-29 - Garbage truck and minivan crash, garbage truck crushes minivan, in Bristol Township (Pennsylvania), 3 injured:

2014-07-29 - SUV veers over centerline, hits minibus head-on, near Teutopolis (Illinois), 2 injured:

2014-07-29 - SUV plows into condo building on Harbor Boulevard in coastal Ventura (California):

2014-07-29 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, one bursts into flame, near North Pole (Alaska), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-07-29 - Car slams into bus, bus slams into wall, in coastal Istanbul (Turkey), 20 injured:

Quote: "This is the second bus crash in Istanbul this week. On July 27, four people were killed when a fire broke out on a public bus, which was traveling from Tuzla to Topkapi, as it was proceeding on the TEM highway in Kavacik."

Note: The bus fire was mentioned in the 2014-07-27 update...

2014-07-29 - Car veers over centerline, hits flatbed truck head-on, in coastal Toms River (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2014-07-29 - Car and minivan collide head-on near San Luis (Arizona), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2014-07-29 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Kennedyville (Maryland), 2 injured:

2014-07-29 - Two cars collide head-on, on Lake Michigan Drive in Grand Rapids (Michigan), 2 injured:

2014-07-29 - Car veers over centerline at 6:20 AM, hits car head-on, near Helensville (New Zealand), near the coast, 2 injured:

2014-07-29 - Car crashes before 7 AM, bursts into flame, on the 110 Freeway in Elysian Park area of coastal Los Angeles (California), 1 killed:

2014-07-29 - Car veers off road, bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, near coastal San Jose (California):

2014-07-29 - Car plows into shop along the A12 in Kelvedon (Britain), 2 injured:

2014-07-29 - Jellyfish sting 15 people at Sandhaven Beach in South Shields (Britain):

2014-07-29 - Building partially collapses in Catonsville (Maryland), 2 injured:

2014-07-29 - Mosque collapses in Mehsana (India), 2 killed, 42 injured:

2014-07-29 - Magnitude 6.3 earthquake strikes near the coast in Veracruz (Mexico):

Quote: "The 5:46 a.m. (local time) quake was felt strongly in the Gulf of Mexico port city of Veracruz, where frightened people ran into the streets, and hotels in the tourist zone were evacuated. It rocked buildings at least as far away as Mexico City."

2014-07-29 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Wapato Lake in Tacoma (Washington):

2014-07-29 - If Yellowstone has major eruption, two-thirds of the United States would be rendered uninhabitable:

2014-07-29 - SQUARE cloud seen in the sky in Exeter, Devon (Britain):

Note: Clearly not natural...

2014-07-29 - Last living crewman of plane that dropped the first atomic bomb dies at age 93:

2014-07-29 - Teenagers burning themselves on purpose in 'fire challenge':

Note: Isn't this how lemmings die, with the 'cliff challenge'?


  1. The fire in Montana's Bitterroot National Park may be a methane leak.

    More scrap metal just igniting for no apparent reason . . . and now a train goes up in flames (also previously unheard of or at least rare).

    Empty boats running in circles seems to be catching on!

    Have you seen this (?):

    Thursday, 31 July 2014
    Methane hydrates in South Atlantic

    First evidence of widespread active methane seepage in the Southern Ocean, off the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia

    •An extensive active seepage area was discovered north of South Georgia.
    •High input of organic matter leads to high rates of formation and emission of methane.
    •Gas emissions were restricted to glacially-formed fjords and cross-shelf troughs.
    •Seepage might be more common in polar and sub-polar regions than previously thought.

    Abstract: An extensive submarine cold-seep area was discovered on the northern shelf of South Georgia during R/V Polarstern cruise ANT-XXIX/4 in spring 2013.

    Hydroacoustic surveys documented the presence of 133 gas bubble emissions, which were restricted to glacially-formed fjords and troughs. Video-based sea floor observations confirmed the sea floor origin of the gas emissions and spatially related microbial mats.

    Effective methane transport from these emissions into the hydrosphere was proven by relative enrichments of dissolved methane in near-bottom waters. Stable carbon isotopic signatures pointed to a predominant microbial methane formation, presumably based on high organic matter sedimentation in this region.

    Although known from many continental margins in the world’s oceans, this is the first report of an active area of methane seepage in the Southern Ocean.

    Our finding of substantial methane emission related to a trough and fjord system, a topographical setting that exists commonly in glacially-affected areas, opens up the possibility that methane seepage is a more widespread phenomenon in polar and sub-polar regions than previously thought.

    Clearly conditions are getting worse by the month now (i'd say "day", but i'm giving it the benefit of the doubt, as incidents you cite regularly here it can get far worse, with entire towns burning, or whole villages succumbing to H2S, and other scenarios that will show we're gettin' close to throwin' in the towel on industrial civilization).

    Another great, comprehensive report Jonny. Thanks.


    1. No, hadn't seen that, good find, thanks veddy much! Well then, I guess the Southern Hemisphere won't be spared. I never thought it would be but since George W. had bought those 100,000 acres in Paraguay, I thought maybe he knew something. Maybe he does, but it's not that the Southern Hemisphere will be spared, or at least not spared from the methane and hydrogen sulfide problem. Maybe Yellowstone will erupt. Being in the Southern Hemisphere might be pretty helpful if that happens.

  2. Breaking" Massive underground explosions rock port city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Cars thrown and overturned, bodies littering the streets, heavy casualties expected.

  3. Holy F ing Sh !!

    i'm still catching up with some of the ones from up the thread!


    1. Yeah, that doesn't look good. Ya know, after that exploding road in Vietnam, and that hole that rose and then sank in Florida, and the scorched holes in Siberia...what if one of those holes opens up in a populated area and ignites beneath some sewers or gas infrastructure? Then I think you'd see what they just had happen here in Taiwan. It might've been hydrogen sulfide corroding pipes too, or a sinkhole might have cracked a pipe, or the sewers themselves might've just started exploding on their own. All kinds of possibilities and I doubt we'll be told the truth regardless, seeing as we haven't been told the truth at any point so far.