Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Event Update For 2014-09-02

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

2014-09-02 - Underground electrical fire ignites at Durdells Gardens in Kinson (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Transformer bursts into flame at coal plant in Hennepin (Illinois), near the Illinois River, one of two units shut down:

Quote: "The (LaSalle) News-Tribune reports that firefighters were called to the Dynegy Power Station in Hennepin around 11 a.m. Tuesday as thick black smoke rose from the site along the Illinois River."

2014-09-02 - Transformer explodes and burns, fire spreads to commercial building, in Franklin Park (Illinois):

2014-09-02 - Transformer bursts into flame in coastal Jacksonville (Florida), 6000 homes go dark:

Note: Just some more electrical infrastructure burning up. Get those candles ready! But candles might end up killing you by causing explosions. Well, the Electrical Era has had a good run anyway...

2014-09-02 - Home explodes and burns in Rawalpindi (Pakistan), 1 killed, 10 injured:

2014-09-02 - Beverage packing plant hit by huge explosion in Lakeland (Florida):

Note: There are indeed dozens of lakes in this area...

2014-09-02 - Bridge bursts into flame over the Hackensack River in Kearny (New Jersey), trains disrupted:

Quote: "PATH service between Newark and Journal Square was restored at 6:05 p.m. after the line was shut down due to a track fire on the bridge crossing the Hackensack River in Kearny this afternoon, Port Authority officials say."

2014-09-02 - Recycling center hit by fourth fire since explosion in June in Jessup (Maryland):

Quote: "State officials were on the scene of a recycling plant that caught fire again on Tuesday. It is the fourth time firefighters have been called since a big explosion in June."

2014-09-02 - Mulch fire erupts at 5:42 AM at recycling facility in coastal Barnstable (Massachusetts):

2014-09-02 - Pallets and machinery go up in flames before 4 AM at warehouse in Carlsadt (New Jersey):

Quote: "Firefighters made quick work of a machine and pallet fire at a Carlstadt warehouse."

2014-09-02 - Smoke in the cabin sends passenger plane to emergency landing in Manchester (New Hampshire):

2014-09-02 - Boat bursts into flame in Anderson Cove at Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri):

Quote: "Adam Barbee was idling his 2001 Bombardier jet boat in Anderson Cove at the 18 Mile Marker when suddenly, the engine compartment caught fire. That’s according to an Missouri State Highway Patrol report about the Sunday, Aug. 31 incident. The highway patrol said the fire’s origin was unknown."

2014-09-02 - Boat bursts into flame while parked outside Gulf Coast Auto Repair in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida):

Quote: "Firefighters responded to a boat fire in the parking lot of Gulf Coast Auto Repair on Cardinal Drive in North Fort Myers, Tuesday night."

2014-09-02 - Boat bursts into flame in Lake Champlain at Red Rocks Park in South Burlington (Vermont):

2014-09-02 - School bus bursts into flame in Be’er Tuvia (Israel):

Quote: "A fire broke out on a school shuttle bus in the Be’er Tuvia Regional Council. Two firefighting teams from Kiryat Malachi evacuated the children and extinguished the fire. No one was hurt."

Note: That's the 1st school bus to burn in September and the 88th since May 1...

2014-09-02 - Tractor trailer explodes and burns in Duluth (Minnesota), driver seriously injured:

2014-09-02 - Two tractor trailers go up in flames at Heartlands Industrial Estate in Daventry (Britain):

Quote: "Fire crews are tonight (Tuesday) dealing with two lorries on fire on Daventry’s Heartlands industrial estate. Crews were called shortly before 7.30pm to reports of a lorry on fire in Nasmyth Road that had spread to a second heavy goods vehicle."

2014-09-02 - Tractor bursts into flame on Oakley Woods Road in Bishops Tachbrook (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Garbage truck bursts into flame while parked on street in Lakewood (Ohio):

2014-09-02 - Truck bursts into flame on the M25 near Potters Bar (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Truck bursts into flame on I-255 near the Jefferson Barracks Bridge near St. Louis (Missouri):

Quote: This bridge goes over the Mississippi River...

2014-09-02 - Van bursts into flame while parked at industrial estate in Foleshill (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Minivan bursts into flame while parked at shopping center in coastal Cole Harbour (Canada):

2014-09-02 - SUV bursts into flame at 4:26 AM while parked on North Center Street in Joliet (Illinois):

2014-09-02 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Victory Boulevard near coastal Newport News (Virginia):,0,1238499.story

2014-09-02 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-17 near Rimrock (Arizona):

2014-09-02 - Two cars go up in flames at auto shop in Riverside (California):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame just before 11 PM while parked inside auto shop in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame in parking lot on Water Street in Hallowell (Maine):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on the New Jersey Turnpike in Elizabeth (New Jersey):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in Lynnfield (Massachusetts):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on I-80 in Hamilton Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Westchester County (New York):

Quote: "The fire was reported about 1:45 p.m. north of Exit 33, Roaring Brook Road."

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame at Highway 108 and Tulloch Dam Road at Lake Tulloch (California):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame at 12:52 AM on I-680 in Walnut Creek (California):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on road in Three Rivers (Michigan):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on the Western Ring Road in East Keilor (Australia):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame while parked near building on Cedar Road in Camphill (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame at 2:48 AM while parked at store in Canterbury (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on Ferndale Close in Hagley (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame near Credenhill (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Car bursts into flame on Billesley Road near Stratford-Upon-Avon (Britain), near the River Avon:

2014-09-02 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 near White Marsh (Maryland):

2014-09-02 - Vehicle bursts into flame in Long Sutton, Langport (Britain):

2014-09-02 - RV trailer bursts into flame near coastal Newquay (Britain), 2 dogs killed, nobody there:

2014-09-02 - Golf club warehouse goes up in flames in coastal Charleston (South Carolina):

Note: Golf carts in there?

2014-09-02 - Barn destroyed by fire on Colebrook Road in North Cornwall Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-02 - Barn destroyed by massive inferno near Guelph Lake (Canada):

2014-09-02 - Barn full of hay destroyed by huge blaze in Oreton, near Cleobury Mortimer (Britain), farmer cries:

Quote: "The fire, at Middle House Farm in Oreton, near Cleobury Mortimer, is the latest in a spate of 12 barn fires and 32 other farm blazes across the county this summer."

Note: It'll be worse next year so save some tears...

2014-09-02 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3:56 AM in Clayhidon, Cullompton (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Wildfire erupts in creek drainage near coastal Cape Perpetua (Oregon):

Quote: "A fire located near Cape Perpetua Scenic Area on the Oregon Coast is sending up smoke in the popular tourist area south of Newport. The fire, located in a drainage of Cummins Creek, near the Cummings Creek Wilderness boundary, was spotted late Monday night."

2014-09-02 - Brush fire breaks out near State Road 415 in coastal Port Orange (Florida):

2014-09-02 - Brush fire ignites after 11 PM near Beach Scene on Hutchison Boulevard in coastal Panama City Beach (Florida):

2014-09-02 - Wooden playground pirate ship bursts into flame at 2 AM in coastal Point Cook (Australia):

Note: Thought about listing this as a boat fire just to see who's paying attention. Heheh. Not dissimilar to pallets. Wee hours, right on the coast. Human civilization is becoming a never-ending series of self-starting bonfires. Woohoo, the planetary bonfire partay is on! Er, waitasec...

2014-09-02 - Trash can bursts into flame at 1 AM, fire spreads to apartment building, in Manchester (New Hampshire):

2014-09-02 - Hay bales burst into flame at 3:48 AM on Staplake Lane in Starcross (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Elevator bursts into flame in the State Office Building in Jersey City (New Jersey):

2014-09-02 - Warehouse destroyed by huge fire at flea market in Rockingham (North Carolina):

2014-09-02 - Portside Grill damaged by fire in coastal Bar Harbor (Maine):

2014-09-02 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Batavia (New York):

2014-09-02 - Carport bursts into flame at 5:30 AM, fire speads to home, in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

Note: Picture shows a car in the carport, looks scorched too, so the car spontaneously igniting may have started this fire. That's going to be true a lot of the time when it's a garage or carport that is the source of ignition for a fire...

2014-09-02 - Garage bursts into flame as man works on car, in Houston (Texas), 2 injured:

Note: Possibly the Ghostly Match in action here. Anytime you work with anything involving flammable vapors in the air, that's going to be a possibility. That means applying flooring chemicals or lacquer, making meth or hash oil, gassing up vehicles (especially boats), working on cars, etc. One guy recently caught fire while he was refueling a butane lighter in his house. You'll never see it coming...

2014-09-02 - Garage bursts into flame just before midnight, fire spreads to home, in Houston (Texas):

2014-09-02 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM in coastal Port Orchard (Washington):

2014-09-02 - Big Brother Africa home destroyed by fire in Johannesburg (South Africa), TV show suspended until further notice:

Note: I think the show would be MORE interesting if it was a bunch of people trying to live in some charred rubble! TV execs have no imagination these days...

2014-09-02 - Deadly blaze burns home in Carryduff area of coastal Belfast (Ireland):

Note: His neighbor's garage burst into flame (vehicle?), which ignited two oil tanks, and then the fire spread to this man's house and killed him...

2014-09-02 - Deadly fire rips through home in coastal Ocean Springs (Mississippi), 1 killed:

2014-09-02 - Vacant home burns in Charleston (West Virginia):

2014-09-02 - Vacant home burns at 12:56 AM in La Verkin (Utah):

2014-09-02 - Vacant home goes up in flames in Lower Windsor Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-02 - Vacant home burns just after 4 AM in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2014-09-02 - Vacant commercial building goes up in flames at 1:50 AM in coastal Aberdeen (Scotland):

2014-09-02 - Fish dying in George Winter County Park in St. Louis County (Missouri):

Quote: "Josh Riggs is a fisherman, 'I was here two weeks and it wasn’t like this I don’t know what could have happened.'"

2014-09-02 - Large number of fish dying in lake in Xinjian (China):

2014-09-02 - Man killed by poison gas, HazMat event, apartment building evacuated, in coastal Brooklyn Park (Maryland):

Quote: "Investigators believe the man was mixing several cleaning chemicals together that let out poisonous gas from his 2nd floor apartment. Hazmat teams spent hours at the building. Residents say the smell was so strong it made many of them sick. Another victim was transported to a hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries."

Note: 'Mixing cleaning chemicals' is the authorities' code phrase for 'hydrogen sulfide'. If you wanted to whip up some deadly hydrogen sulfide gas yourself, that's how it's done. But color me skeptical that anyone is doing that, especially when you're talking about a coastal area like this - 'rotten egg' odor has been smelled at a variety of places up and down the East Coast. That building's AC system probably pulled in some gas from a passing cloud of hydrogen sulfide and this guy's room got hit hardest so he died, and the other units didn't get hit as bad so some of those people sickened. Every building has its own unique ventilation system layout and quirks, resulting in some units/rooms being more vulnerable than others...

2014-09-02 - Man found dead in shed at Lowe's, HazMat guys show up, in Oshawa (Indiana), blamed on suicide:

Note: Basically the same story as the Brooklyn Park story - they're saying this guy 'mixed up some chemicals' and killed himself. Sure are a lot of people 'mixing up chemicals' and killing themselves these days. Or so the story goes anyway. And it does sound like a 'story' too, as in 'fiction'. He probably did get gassed to death, but not purposely. I'm sure we'll continue hearing stories just like these as the atmospheric extinction event intensifies. There's really not a lot else they can say in some cases if they're intent on hiding the truth from you. They're just hoping you're as dumb as a rock and that you stay that way until you're dead and then you'll ACTUALLY be as dumb as a rock...

2014-09-02 - Woman found dead in swimming pool at home on Brooklyn Bridge Road in Laurel (Maryland):

Note: This road runs right along the Patuxent River where it flows into Rocky Gorge Reservoir. Not a very safe place to be swimming in an outdoor pool unless you don't mind dying in which case it looks like a beautiful area in which to die...

2014-09-02 - Man, 37, drops dead in bathroom at home in Snowmass Village (Colorado):

Quote: "Yocum, who was by himself, was found in the home’s bathroom. He was unconscious and unresponsive, says a press release from the Pitkin County Coroner’s Office. When asked about the possibility of foul play, Olson said the two police officers who responded 'found nothing to lead them to believe anything like that happened.'"

Note: Lotsa people found dead in bathrooms the last couple of years. Hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble so they may be getting poisoned and dying from skin contact with contaminated municipal water. In such case they'll just find a corpse in the bathroom, no wounds or anything, so it'll look like 'natural causes', 'Sudden Adult Death Syndrome', 'no foul play', etc...

2014-09-02 - Man, 70, found dead at the beach in Corona del Mar area of coastal Newport Beach (California):,0,1164675.story

2014-09-02 - Man, 33, drops dead on park bench in Reading (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-02 - College student, man, 19, dies at Ennis Lake (Montana):

2014-09-02 - Woman, 44, drops dead on tennis court in Mills Park in Carson City (Nevada):

2014-09-02 - Man found dead in Kankakee River State Park (Illinois):

2014-09-02 - Man, 44, drops dead outside his car in parking lot in Hazleton (Pennsylvania):

2014-09-02 - Man, 36, found dead at Avalon Beach in coastal Quincy (Massachusetts):

Note: A 'rotten egg' odor was coming in off the ocean hit Quincy last year, mentioned in the 2013-05-09 update. That really couldn't have been anything else but hydrogen sulfide. The water in that area (and other areas) may be contaminated and you could easily lose consciousness and drown if you have contact with contaminated water. With those new 570 methane seeps found along the East Coast, the water anywhere along the East Coast could be contaminated with hydrogen sulfide now, as the ancient bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide eat methane and biomatter for food - massive amounts of new food means bacterial mats will be growing around those seeps and exuding hydrogen sulfide into the water. That will get much worse as time goes on...

2014-09-02 - Businessman in his 50s drops dead in hotel in Arusha (Tanzania):

2014-09-02 - Boy, 14, drops dead at home in Burdiehouse area of coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2014-09-02 - Man goes diving, next seen dead in the water near coastal Anglesey (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Woman in her 20s found dead in apartment in Leiston (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Woman in her 30s found dead at Mill Gate in Newark (Britain):

2014-09-02 - Driver has 'medical problem', school bus veers off road and slams pole, in Shelocta (Indiana), 1 lightly injured:

Quote: "An Indiana Area School District bus carrying one student went over an embankment and hit a pole on Route 156 near Gobblers Run Road in Shelocta on Tuesday. The unidentified bus driver suffered a medical problem that caused him to lose control of the bus about 8 a.m..."

2014-09-02 - C-5 cargo plane declares emergency, lands at Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee (Massachusetts):

2014-09-02 - Small plane crashes near the Showdown Ski Area near Great Falls (Montana), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2014-09-02 - Small plane crashes near Baie Comeau, Quebec (Canada), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2014-09-02 - Small plane crashes and burns in Serengeti National Park (Tanzania), 3 killed:

2014-09-02 - School bus and vehicle crash near Pulaski (Wisconsin), 1 killed, 14 injured:

Quote: "Students said they were told by a school official not to discuss the crash with reporters."

Note: Heh, let me rephrase that for them: "School officials were told by a lawyer to tell the students not to discuss the crash with reporters."

2014-09-02 - School bus veers off road and overturns at 6:53 AM in Ellis County (Texas), 12 injured:

2014-09-02 - Minibus and car crash inside the Lincoln Tunnel in coastal Manhattan (New York), at least 7 injured:

2014-09-02 - Minibus and pickup truck crash near bridge near coastal Kisumu (Kenya), 6 killed, 35 injured:

2014-09-02 - Tanker truck overturns on road near New Athens (Illinois):

2014-09-02 - Two tractor trailers crash at 5 AM, one overturns and bursts into flame, on US 27 near Belle Glade (Florida), 1 injured:

2014-09-02 - Tractor trailer and car crash at 12:30 AM, big rig overturns, on the Katy Freeway in Houston (Texas), 1 injured:

2014-09-02 - Tractor trailer blows tire, crashes, bursts into flame, on the New Jersey Turnpike near Edison (New Jersey), 1 injured:,-fire-shuts-down-Turnpike-in-Edison---News-12-New-Jersey.html

2014-09-02 - Tractor trailer overturns near the Florida Turnpike in coastal Miami (Florida):

2014-09-02 - Box truck overturns on the Florida Turnpike in coastal Boca Raton (Florida):

2014-09-02 - Dump truck overturns, bursts into flame, in Lafayette (California):

2014-09-02 - Two cars crash, one bursts into flame, on I-95 in Newport (Delaware), 2 injured:

2014-09-02 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on Route 8 in Seymour (Connecticut):

2014-09-02 - Calf attacks and kills man near Salzburg (Austria), third such incident in a month:

Quote: "A farmer who was attacked by a nearly grown calf has died, making him the third person killed in Austria by cattle in a little more than a month."

2014-09-02 - Venomous albino cobra on the loose in Los Angeles (California), bites one dog so far:

Quote: "Police have called off the hunt (for now) for a venomous, 'very dangerous' albino cobra that has been loose for days in the LA area. The cobra bit a greyhound named Kiko on Monday afternoon before going on to elude Animal Services officers for two days, at which point they called the search off. 'There’s not a whole lot at this point we can do,' wildlife officer Dennis Rosenburg told CBS Los Angeles."

2014-09-02 - Three-story residential building collapses in coastal Sindh Province (Pakistan), 11 killed, 18 injured:

2014-09-02 - Power outage hits coastal New Haven (Connecticut), 1800 homes go dark, traffic lights down:

2014-09-02 - Noxious fumes hit nine people at movie theater in coastal Bronx (New York), blamed on pepper spray:

Quote: "The patrons were at AMC Bay Plaza cinema on Bartow Ave. in Baychester at around 9:45 p.m. when they were hit by fumes from the noxious agent, an FDNY spokesman said. It was not immediately clear who sprayed the substance or where the toxins were spritzed."

Note: And yet nobody saw anybody spray pepper spray, and nobody was arrested, and the chemical wasn't identified as pepper spray. Looks like a cover story to explain multiple people being hit by eye-irritating noxious gas, just like the 'mixing chemicals' story was used to explain away the guy being gassed to death and others sickening from hydrogen sulfide in that apartment building in coastal Brooklyn Park (Maryland) on this day. They've used the 'pepper spray' story numerous times and, since it seems to be placating people, I'm sure they'll use it again. And hydrogen sulfide IS an eye-irritant...

2014-09-02 - Toxic blue-green algae (cynabacteria) outbreak hits Lake Ronkonkoma (New York):

2014-09-02 - Variety of images of the fissure eruption occurring near Bardarbunga in Iceland:!/index/G0000VHvgRsUlb5M

2014-09-02 - First responders meet for major training during 'Urban Shield' in coastal Alameda County (California):

2014-09-02 - Ten-foot python found in flowerbed at home in Phoenix (Arizona):

2014-09-02 - Great Dane eats 43 socks at home in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "They removed 43 and 1/2 socks from the dog’s stomach. A photo provided by the hospital showed all 43 socks; it’s unknown if there are any matches."

Note: Asockalypse now!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Jonny:

    Giant live millipedes seized at San Francisco airport

    Customs agents seized 20 live giant millipedes hidden inside a box marked "toy car model" that arrived at the mail facility at San Francisco International Airport last week.

    The box was shipped from Germany, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection office said, and routed through an X ray machine. That's when “agriculture specialists on duty were quick to notice the deception."

    Inside the package was a large plastic foam box and a large mesh bag "containing the foot-long millipedes, along with chunks of soil and paper," the agency said. They were referred to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service for positive identification.

    While it is not illegal to import exotic animals — including giant millipedes — the package "lacked required import permits and was misrepresented in an attempt to bypass federal regulations." It has since been turned over to the USDA Smuggling Interdiction and Trade Compliance office.

    It's the second strange animal shipment to be intercepted by customs officials in recent months.

    In July, officials at Los Angeles International Airport seized 67 live African snails the size of hams.

    The giant mollusks arrived from Lagos, Nigeria, in packages labeled "Achatina fulica for human consumption," the U.S. Customs & Border Protection office said. But the snails were deemed "Archachatina marginata," which the customs agency described as "a very serious threat to our agriculture, natural ecosystem, public health and economy."

    The snails were transferred to the U.S. Agriculture Department.

    "They can consume more than 500 types of plants and, if vegetables or fruits are not available, will even eat the paint and stucco off of houses," officials added. "They can be carriers of several parasites which are harmful to humans, one of which can lead to meningitis."

    Great white shark attacks 2 women in Massachusetts

    "Astoundingly huge" dinosaur skeleton unearthed

    Scientists have unearthed the skeleton of a previously unknown, massive dinosaur species that may be the largest land animal ever found.

    The specimen named Dreadnoughtus schrani is exceptionally complete, with about 70 percent of its bones recovered. Scientists believe the creature, which lived about 77 million years ago, measured 85 feet (26 meters) long and weighed about 65 tons, heavier than a Boeing 737.

    [CHEEZISH KA-ROIST!! It would shit a DUMP TRUCK!!]

    How the Napa Quake Deformed Earth (Satellite Photo)

    Newly discovered asteroid will narrowly miss Earth on Sunday

    "Mr. President, the astronomy dept. on 3."

    "Obama . . ."


    Earth will experience a close call on Sunday, as an asteroid discovered only a few days ago is expected to safely pass very close by. The space rock will zip by our planet approximately 25,000 miles above our heads – one tenth the distance between here and the moon.

    [cue X-Files music]

    Parents found dead in Texas home where dead son discovered in January: lawyer

    [strangely written, it's confusing]

    A Water District Fight In Texas Shows How Climate Change And Water Rights Are On A Collision Course