Monday, December 1, 2014

2014 - NOV - Spotlight Stories

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-01 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, yard full of cars burns, near the Houston Ship Channel in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "The blaze started around 2 p.m. at the Derichebourg recycling plant's outdoor yard of crushed cars. Lozano says the vehicles contain residual oil and fuels, which make it harder to put out the blaze."

2014-11-01 - Metal recycling center erupts in flame at 11 PM in Roxbury (New Jersey):

Note: This town has a bad hydrogen sulfide problem at a nearby landfill and began making evacuation plans for the town, mentioned in the 2013-06-14 update. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-02 - Underground explosions blow 49 manholes off in coastal Tokyo (Japan):

Quote: "Media reported that a 19-year-old man accidentally spilled about 10 liters of gasoline into the drainage ditch while working on his motorbike. Police believe the gasoline was somehow ignited and then exploded creating a force powerful enough to lift the heavy manhole covers off the ground. An eyewitness told reporters that the sight was unbelievable, like something out of a movie."

Quote: "According to police, the manhole covers started blowing at around 3:30 p.m. in the residential district of Yutakacho. TV Asahi reported that every manhole cover for 200 meters was blown off."

Note: LMAO, sorry, 10 liters of gas doesn't have that much explosive force or all the car fires that are occurring would be blowing big-ass craters in the ground. This was methane and hydrogen sulfide; there is no other plausible explanation. Maybe there was a 10-liter gas spill TOO, but that isn't what provided the vast majority of the explosive force here. This looks similar to the massive underground explosions and fires that hit the city of Kaohsiung at midnight on the island of Taiwan in late July, mentioned in the 2014-07-31, although those explosions and fires killed dozens and injured hundreds. I wonder what they'll say the next time this happens. 'Man drops Bic lighter down drain, half of Tokyo destroyed by butane explosion!' 'Japanese scientists test sewer-based propulsion system, launch manholes in first test flight!'

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2014-11-03 - Naked man, 27, sweats, not responsive, taken into custody in Orange (Texas):

Quote: "According to Roush, Joseph was unresponsive when officer attempted to question him. 'I observed that Joseph was sweating profusely, even though he was not wearing clothing and the weather outside was cool,' reported Roush."

Quote: "The officer also stated that Joseph would 'stare off into space' when officers attempted to get his attention, and that the suspect's eyes were watery and his speech slurred. Joseph would not answer questions and did not respond to verbal commands, according to Roush, who classified Joseph's behavior as 'excited delirium.'"

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and damages brains (among other things) and can cause 'excited delirium', and it can also heat people up, so they strip off their clothes to cool off, even when the temperature is low, even in the middle of winter. Last month, a turkey plant was hit by unknown fumes which sickened 28 people and sent some of them into 'excited delirium', in Willmar (Minnesota), mentioned in the 2014-10-18 update. As the atmospheric contamination intensifies, this will become more common - it already IS more common - and more and more people will have their brains chemically damaged or destroyed. Mostly it will just kill you though...

2014-11-03 - Naked man crashes car into business in Pinetown (South Africa), man taken away:

Quote: "Mechanics at a Pinetown business narrowly escaped injuries when a naked driver hurtled into their premises and crashed into a high lift jack and another vehicle before coming to rest..."

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2014-11-04 - Naked man jumps roof to roof at 3 AM, breaks into home, bites man and woman, screams incoherently, in coastal San Francisco (California):

Quote: "Police said the intruder was completely naked. He fought with the homeowner and bit him on the shoulder, then jumped into his wife’s bed and bit her on the leg. Officers arrived quickly and took the intruder into custody. Neighbors said the burglar had to be restrained to a gurney and the intruder was screaming incoherently."

2014-11-04 - Naked man, 23, runs around on street, punches woman, tries to steal car, in Worcester (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Police were called to School Street near Major Taylor Boulevard at about 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, where they say they found David Bennett, 23, of Templeton, completely naked and running around in the street. Police said Bennett punched a 32-year-old woman in the back of the head as he ran by her. He then jumped into a moving car on School Street and tried to grab the steering wheel..."

2014-11-04 - Naked man, 19, assaults police, terrorizes residents, in Karabar suburb of Queanbeyan (Australia):

Note: Well, things are obviously just gonna get crazier and crazier as peoples' minds are increasingly chemically damaged. I see why the cops had 'anti-Zombie' training in California. People whose minds are fried by hydrogen sulfide may act very irrationally and often violently, they may bite, they may exhibit superhuman strength, shrug off Tasers, etc - basically like fast zombies. Maybe that's what all the hollow-point bullets are for that the gubment ordered. On the plus side, you don't have to worry about being zombified yourself if they bite you. But on the down side, you might get a whiff of gas and zombify that way yourself, whether there's anyone around in a similar condition or not, which is actually worse than any kind of bite transmission. A neurotoxin, not a virus...

Category: Multiple Corpses

2014-11-05 - Couple, 66 and 61, die at beach on the island of Cyprus:

Quote: "A British man collapsed and died after trying to rescue a grandmother from the sea in Cyprus as she suffered a fatal heart attack. Bernard Harris, 61, also died of a heart attack an hour after helping to drag Christine Sugarhood, 66, onto the beach in Paphos. The pair were said by police to be friends."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble and it can stop your heart. Is it mere coincidence that two people dropped dead of cardiac arrest shortly after contact with water at a beach? Highly doubtful. Sounds similar to the family of four found dead at Henry Hagg Lake (Oregon) in August, mentioned in the 2014-08-25 update. More than 200 people sickened after swimming at Horseshoe Lake near Mount Saint Helens (Washington), mentioned in the 2014-07-16 update. More than a dozen people sickened after swimming in Blue Lake in Blue Lake Park (Oregon), also mentioned in the 2014-07-16 update. And so on and so on...

2014-11-05 - Mother, father and child found dead in creek in coastal Shanghai (China):

Quote: "The father worked at a local factory, the person said, adding that he neither smoked nor drank, and that there didn't appear to be anything strange going on with the family prior to the deaths. The woman's body was found floating in the water just meters away from their home. The two other bodies were discovered floating not far off."

2014-11-05 - Young engaged couple found dead in apartment in coastal Delta State (Nigeria):

Quote: "Meanwhile, findings revealed that the couple, whose wedding was slated for November 22, had started preparation, with invitation cards already sent out to intending guests."

2014-11-05 - Two young men found dead in car in Pavlodar (Kazakhstan):

Quote: "Bodies of two young men were found inside a car in the yard of one of the houses in Pavlodar, the regional internal affairs department said. Both men were immediately identified as the natives of the city born in 1991 and 1992. No signs of violence death were found on their bodies."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-06 - Small plane bursts into flame mid-air, crashes and explodes near school in Latty Township (Ohio), 3 killed:

Quote: "The Grubles said a young woman was driving by at the time of the crash. She told them she saw the plane on fire while it was still airborne, before impact. 'She said she saw a fireball coming down,' said Gene."

2014-11-06 - Powerboat bursts into flame near coastal Islamorada in the Florida Keys (Florida):

Quote: "A Good Samaritan rescued six people off a burning boat on Thursday afternoon. Coast Guard officials said the 40-foot cigar boat was southwest of Islamorada when the fire broke out."
Quote: "The fire happened near the channel 5 bridge. The U.S. Coast Guard reports the 40-foot turbine vessel had about 400 gallons of diesel fuel aboard. The powerboat is valued at $750,000."

Note: WAS valued at $750,000...

2014-11-06 - School bus bursts into flame at intersection in Greenville (South Carolina):

2014-11-06 - School bus bursts into flame on street in Tempe (Arizona):

2014-11-06 - School bus bursts into flame on highway near Al Karak (Jordan), near the Dead Sea:

Quote: "A fire broke out in a public bus carrying university students on the Amman-Karak highway on Thursday..."

2014-11-06 - School bus bursts into flame while parked in shed in coastal Uppala (India):

Quote: "A bus of Government Hindusthani Upper Primary School at Uppala was destroyed in a fire under mysterious circumstances early on Thursday. The bus was parked in a shed. The fire was noticed by teachers when they reached the premises to open the school, the police said."

Note: These are the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th school buses to burn in November and the 122nd, 123rd, 124th and 125th to burn since May 1....

2014-11-06 - School bus bursts into flame on street somewhere:

Quote: "This happened in the morning on 5th November, with the Bus full of students (girls) going to school. School management absolutely mum on the incident, when questioned why they did not inform the parents about the accident, their response was they did not want to create a 'panic' among the parents. Is the School not obligated to inform parents? is this just another minor event like a tire puncture or non functional a/c."

Note: I won't count this one, because I can't find anything else about it, and can't figure out where it happened, but I have no doubt that it DID happen. Bonus school bus fire! Sounds like this school bus burned somewhere in the Middle East and it also sounds like there's some news-suppression going on, which isn't too surprising. Gotta keep the herd calm while they die...

2014-11-06 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Western Road in coastal London (Britain), third bus fire in a week in London:

Quote: "A bus has caught alight in south-west London, the third such blaze in a week."

Note: Wow, sleepy Brits starting to wake up?! Next thing ya know, they're gonna realize that all the cars that have been going up in flames, especially in the wee hours and especially near coasts and rivers and lakes, weren't caused by arsonists at all and they just have oblivious fire investigators who are too ignorant of what's happening to competently do their jobs...

2014-11-06 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on High Street in Quarry Bank (Britain):

2014-11-06 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Concord Avenue in Banbury (Britain):

2014-11-06 - Tanker truck hauling explosives bursts into flame on Highway 1 near Kamloops (Canada):

Note: Luckily it was the semi tractor that burst into flame this time and the driver disconnected the tank, else there might be a huge-ass crater in the highway there.

Anyway, here's some of the more notable vehicular fires for this day. Clearly the vehicular fires are worsening with each passing day. Eventually there will be no vehicles left, or at least none that are made with steel or which use electrified copper or which use friction for braking and have flammable tires. Virtually all vehicles have at least one of those vulnerabilities, and most vehicles have all three...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-07 - FedEx cargo plane bursts into flame, makes emergency landing in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Quote: "A FedEx plane made an emergency landing at McCarran International Airport Friday morning after a fire was reported in the cargo area of the jet."

Note: A small plane burst into flame mid-air the day prior, then crashed and exploded near a school in Latty Township (Ohio), killing all three people aboard, mentioned in the 2014-11-06 update. Also see the passenger plane that blew tires at takeoff and at landing on this day, causing the landing gear to collapse and a propeller to tear into the fuselage, in Edmonton (Canada)...

2014-11-07 - Passenger plane cockpit fills with smoke, plane makes emergency landing in coastal Dublin (Ireland):

Quote: "A passenger jet was forced to make an emergency landing at Dublin airport after the cockpit filled with smoke. The United Airlines 925 plane, travelling from London's Heathrow Airport to Washington, declared an emergency over the Irish Sea and landed in Dublin at around 6.15 pm, reports the Irish Mirror. According to the Irish Independent, the crew was forced to don their oxygen masks after reporting there was smoke and fumes on the flight-deck and in the forward cabin area."

Note: Welcome to the new normal, where planes are regularly coming down smoking or on fire...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-08 - RV bursts into flame while parked in builder's yard on Creek Road in March (Britain), nobody there:

2014-11-08 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 12:30 AM while parked at home in Rochester (Minnesota):

2014-11-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked in garage at home on Warley Road in Scunthorpe (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 12:50 AM while parked at home, home lightly scorched too, in Warrington (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Motorcycle bursts into flame while parked in garage at home on Brook Street in Antrim Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Barnes said firefighters believe the fire started in a motorcycle parked in the garage. When the vehicle caught on fire for unknown reasons, it caught the garage on fire as well."

Note: More parked vehicles going up in flames. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time, though they're more likely to ignite in the wee hours and when in, near or downwind of a low-lying area like a body of water, ravine, ditch, canyon, valley, etc. Many homes have been destroyed this way and may people have died this way too. It's increasingly unwise to park a vehicle near anything you don't want to see on fire...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-09 - Man, 76, ignites while cooking at home in Ford Heights (Illinois), 1 killed:

Note: A man in his 50s just burned to death while cooking at home in coastal Providence (Rhode Island), mentioned in the 2014-11-06 update. As the atmospheric contamination intensifies, more peoples' clothing will adsorb methane and hydrogen sulfide, and they will then ignite very easily, especially if they come near any flame, although electronic devices and static electricity may also cause ignition. These fires will burn very hot, making fatalities more common...

2014-11-09 - Person found burned to death at 5:23 AM in burning car in ditch along I-15 in Mountain Pass (California):

Quote: "The blaze was reported at 5:23 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, in the center divider of Interstate 15 about two miles south of Bailey Avenue in Mountain Pass. Travelers told California Highway Patrol dispatchers that a car was burning in a roadside ditch."

2014-11-09 - Man found burned to death in burning car at 10 PM in coastal Palm Beach Gardens (Florida):

Note: The situation is not looking good for people who aren't keen on burning to death. From the full hypothesi: "Vehicles of all kinds will continue to burn, as they have been, and the number of vehicular fires will continue to escalate, inevitably resulting in a corresponding increase in the number of people being incinerated in their vehicles."

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-11-10 - Huge cloud of hydrogen sulfide fog hits Moscow (Russia), residents told to shelter-in-place:

Quote: "Residents of parts of the Russian capital Moscow have been urged by the emergencies ministry to stay indoors because of a noxious gas that is spreading through the city. The source of the gas is unclear - no accidents have been reported at any of Moscow's chemical factories. Media reports said that the gas was hydrogen sulphide, which can be highly toxic and smells like rotten eggs. It has been smelt in central, eastern and south-eastern parts of the city. The gas was also detected in the capital's main shopping areas and around the parliament building, reports said."

Note: This is the second major metropolitan area in recorded history to be told to shelter-in-place because of hydrogen sulfide. The first was in late 2012 in coastal Kuwait City (Kuwait), mentioned in the 2012-10-17 update. So something that had never happened before has now happened twice in two years. Add to that all of the other hydrogen sulfide incidents: the stinkfests in Southern California, the 'rotten egg' odor that hit Santa Monica after a 'naturally-occurring methane release' in Santa Monica Bay (but methane is odorless, so it wasn't methane), the 'rotten egg' odor that blew in off the ocean and hit Quincy (Massachusetts), the 'rotten egg' odor that hit the Inner Harbor in coastal Baltimore (Maryland) that killed all the fish, the boating town in Australia that's turning into a ghost town because of hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the ocean, the thousands of people fleeing and puking from 'toxic gas of unknown origin' in coastal Rayong (Thailand), and many, many HazMat events involving unknown odors.

This event, like the event in Kuwait City, is a harbinger of things to come. From the full hypothesis: "There will be more unexplained HazMat events, often involving unusual odors. Eventually the entire populations of towns and cities will drop dead."

2014-11-10 - Responders train for sewage and hydrogen sulfide releases after earthquake, in Urbana (Illinois):

Quote: "The earthquake ruptured some lines and releases raw sewage and hydrogen sulfide. The team is called in to rescue the workers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-11 - Man, 45, burns to death in burning car at 3:11 AM on Ferncroft Road in Danvers (Massachusetts), near the coast:

Quote: "According to fire officials, the car caught fire and exploded in a hotel parking lot."

Quote: "A Middleton man died after his car burst into flames on Ferncroft Road, near the Doubletree Hilton hotel, in the early hours of Tuesday, Nov. 11."

2014-11-11 - Woman, 54, burns to death at 2 AM in burning RV in Vernon (Texas):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Vehicles of all kinds will continue to burn, as they have been, and the number of vehicular fires will continue to escalate, inevitably resulting in a corresponding increase in the number of people being incinerated in their vehicles."

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2014-11-12 - Private jet's rear door falls off on U2's plane over Germany, luggage flies out, plane lands safely in Berlin (Germany):

Quote: "Irish rocker Bono had a brush with disaster Wednesday when the private plane he was in lost its rear door during a flight to Germany."

Note: Whew, that was almost their Last Night On Earth. I bet they lost Elevation! Did they feel some Vertigo? Okay okay, I'll stop! Heh...

2014-11-12 - Small plane crashes and burns near Clines Corners (New Mexico), 1 killed:

2014-11-12 - Small plane crashes into Lake Pontchartrain near Lakefront Airport (Louisiana):

Quote: "Authorities are searching for the student and instructor aboard a small plane believed to have gone down Wednesday night (Nov. 12) in Lake Pontchartrain near Lakefront Airport, according to the U.S. Coast Guard."

Note: Might wanna make sure you have a strong airplane-proof umbrella these days!

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-13 - Underground electrical fire sends flames shooting from sidewalks in coastal Astoria, Queens (New York):;-flames-coming-up-through-sidewalk/393937/

Quote: "The flames are sporadically coming up through cracks in the sidewalk. There are also sporadic power outages in the area."

Quote: "The blaze started at about 2:45 p.m. below 36th Street between 23rd and 24th avenues, with some smoke or fire reaching above ground and setting garbage on fire along the street..."

Quote: "Instead, residents saw flames coming up from the ground. 'I thought we were going to blow up,' one man said. 'The fire came from the sidewalk – I was scared,' another man said."

Note: A 2.5 gigaton methane clathrate deposit is dissociating right off the East Coast, with enough explosive force in the methane in that deposit to cause 250,000 ten-kiloton explosions. Responders in NYC just trained to pick up the pieces after a 10-kiloton explosion hits the city and instantly kills 100,000 people, mentioned in the 2014-10-22 update. That's about the maximum explosive force of a very large gas plume...

2014-11-13 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits coastal London (Britain), again:

Quote: "Similar pavement explosions have been happening all over London over the past two years, including one in Pimlico Road in April last year which narrowly missed a passer-by."

Note: Say, that's right around the time that scientists began reporting methane erupting from the oceans all over the planet and strange odors and HazMat events started hitting cities and towns all over. That's no coincidence. A heavier-than-air innocuous gas was pumped into the subways in both New York City and London in 2013, to see where a heavier-than-air gas - like hydrogen sulfide - would go once inside the subways in both coastal cities. The NYC subway gas test was mentioned in the 2013-04-26 update and the London subway gas test was mentioned in the 2013-06-14 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-14 - Father and son, 63 and 39, burn to death when van bursts into flame on Highway 78 near Temple (Georgia):

Quote: "The son was driving the vehicle when a fire started underneath the van’s dashboard, Robinson said. The son pulled the vehicle off the road and he tried to rescue his father, whom investigators believe was asleep in the back of the van, authorities said. Both men were trapped by the fire..."

2014-11-14 - Person found dead in burning car at 11 PM in Redmond (Oregon):

2014-11-14 - Man, 42, found dead in burning vehicle in Broussard, Lafayette Parish (Louisiana):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Vehicles of all kinds will continue to burn, as they have been, and the number of vehicular fires will continue to escalate, inevitably resulting in a corresponding increase in the number of people being incinerated in their vehicles."

Category: Infrastructure Collapse

2014-11-15 - Sewer lines already degrading after just 7 years, in Amarillo (Texas):

Quote: "City officials are concerned about the damage because there not sure how the pipes could have eroded and broken down so quickly."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is corrosive and, being a heavier-than-air gas, it will tend to flow into low-lying areas, like sewers. It's also naturally produced in sewers, but that's always been the case, so this problem is relatively new, last few years, which is in the same timeframe as the escalation in mysterious odors and smells sickening people around the world, and the escalation in underground fires and explosions, homes exploding, mysterious explosions sometimes with a 'flash of light', vehicle fires, recycling fires, animals sickening and dying, etc, etc. It's all the same problem, which is precisely why these things are all escalating concurrently...

2014-11-15 - Six-story building collapses in coastal Guangzhou (China), 2 killed, 7 injured:

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-16 - Man, 32, found dead in burning car at 5:45 AM in parking lot in New Rochelle (New York):

Quote: "Rafael Manzo died of smoke inhalation but his death does not appear suspicious, authorities said Sunday afternoon."

2014-11-16 - Man, 52, goes hunting, next seen burned to death in burning hunting stand near Medford (Wisconsin):

Note: This is the second hunter to burn to death in two days. A man, 85, was found dead in a burning hunting blind in Gratiot County (Michigan), mentioned in the 2014-11-15 update. I've lost count of how many people have been found dead in burning vehicles just in the past week, but it's a fair number. Plus there was the man who ignited on a street in Phoenix and ran into a Taco Bell for help, mentioned in the 2014-11-13 update. More flammable gases blowing around in the atmosphere, more people burning to death, especially outdoors...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-17 - Man found burned to death in burning car in parking garage in coastal San Jose (California):

Quote: "Authorities have identified the man whose body was found in a car that strangely caught fire after a minor collision in a parking garage across from the county courthouse, but how he died remains unclear. Bernard Joe Garcia, 70, of San Jose, was found dead around 9:20 a.m. Monday amid the remnants of a car that caught fire on the second story of the parking structure..."

2014-11-17 - Person found burned to death in burning RV trailer at caravan park near coastal Apollo Bay (Australia):

Quote: "Fellow campers at the camping ground in Glenaire, near Apollo Bay, reported seeing a caravan on fire just before 6pm on Monday."

Note: And here's some more people burning to death in vehicles near coasts...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-18 - Huge explosion lights up the sky in Sverdlovskaya Oblast (Russia):

Quote: "At least three drivers captured the mysterious flash at night on Nov. 14. Their videos show a sudden yellowy-orange explosion that illuminates the night. Two of them show the flash seemingly originating from within the clouds."

Note: Sounds like this was an atmospheric gas explosion, probably mostly methane, but maybe some hydrogen sulfide too. Just had those huge methane explosion craters in Siberia recently too. And Moscow was just hit by a huge cloud of hydrogen sulfide, mentioned in the 2014-11-10 update. Responders just trained in coastal New York City in late October for a 10-kiloton explosion, which is about the maximum size of a very large atmospheric gas explosion, mentioned in the 2014-10-22 update...

2014-11-18 - Three large mysterious explosions shake homes and rattle people in Montgomery and Warren Counties (Ohio):

Quote: "Local police and fire dispatchers said they received reports from residents of the loud booms that shook houses, but the cause was undetermined. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office sent deputies out to investigate, but there were no additional booms and there was no sign of damage in the area, according to the sheriff’s office. Local utility companies also did not report having any incidents and there were no power outages in the area. Also, a check with Wright-Patterson Air Force Base personnel showed that no aircraft were flying in the area that could have caused a sonic boom by breaking the sound barrier. The cause of the booms for now remains a mystery."

20140-11-18 - Mysterious explosion alarms people in coastal Bellingham (Washington):

Note: These mysterious town-shaking explosions, sometimes accompanied by a 'flash of light', really started ramping up right around the same time that methane began gushing from the ground and from the oceans around the world a coupla three years ago and the number of HazMat incidents involving strange odors also began sickening people in escalating numbers then as well. That's not a coincidence...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-19 - Man found burned to death in burning car at 1:10 AM in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

Quote: "A car fire that killed a man in Melbourne's south-east on Thursday morning is not suspicious, police say."

Note: Yet another person burning to death near a coast. This is not only a coastal city but the address listed is also just one block east (downwind) of Dandenong Creek. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any methane and/or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground, making fires, explosions and animals and people sickening or dying more common during those hours...

2014-11-19 - Underground electrical explosion hits coastal Providence (Rhode Island), downtown area goes dark:

2014-11-19 - Underground abandoned coal mine erupts in flame, ignites brush fire aboveground, in Marion County (West Virginia):

Note: And yet more underground fires breaking out...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-20 - Underground electrical fire breaks out, spreads to utility pole, in Lavington (Australia), 1800 homes go dark:

2014-11-20 - Underground electrical fire erupts at 6 AM at power plant, fire spreads, gets huge, in Baramulla District, Kashmir (India):

Quote: "Major fire broke out from a transformer in Uri-II power project early this morning at around 6 am which spread to other units underground."

2014-11-20 - Electrical substation explodes and burns at 12:30 AM outside Louisa (Kentucky):

2014-11-20 - Transformer bursts into flame on pole just before midnight in the coastal Barrio Logan area of San Diego (California):

2014-11-20 - Sinkhole opens, starts spewing smoke, in Jharia (India):

Note: More underground fires and more electrical infrastructure exploding and burning. The atmospheric contamination problem will be plenty enough to eradicate electricity from the surface of the Earth. It will certainly take longer than an EMP to do it, but then an EMP would only affect one geographic area whereas the atmospheric contamination problem is affecting the entire planet. And an EMP or solar flare would happen and then it would be over, whereas the atmospheric contamination problem will likely last thousands of years and maybe much longer than that...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-21 - Methane seeping from the ground and igniting in Nanjiawan (China):

Quote: "Methane gas is coming up from the ground in a village in China causing the air to burst into balls of fire. The phenomenon is now so common that Nanjiawan village in south-west China has been dubbed the 'Invisible Fire Village'."

Note: This story is from May, but still relevant. There's another village that's had 100 homes mysteriously go up in flames, Soro, in Bauchi State (Nigeria), mentioned in the 2014-11-11 update. Gas is coming up out of the ground and from the oceans, and the problem is obviously spreading. Any area on top of - or even near - a natural gas deposit may soon be experiencing the same thing.

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2014-11-22 - Man, 26, strips naked, goes on rampage, bites old man, at Logan Airport in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A 26-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly stripping naked, falling through a ceiling into a women's bathroom and assaulting an 84-year-old man in a bizarre rampage at a Boston airport. Cameron Shenk reportedly stripped inside one of the stalls in the bathroom at Logan International Airport on Saturday, before leaving his clothes on the floor and climbing into a dropped ceiling. He then crashed through the ceiling, suffering cuts to his head and body, and attacked an elderly man while he was still naked and bleeding, leaving the pensioner with serious injuries..."

Quote: "The man, later identified as Shenk, then fled the bathroom and assaulted an 84-year-old man he encountered, biting the man's ear and attempting to choke him with his own cane..."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and damages brains. It can also heat you up, so a lot of people are getting naked as they go insane. This is most likely to hit you similarly when you're near low-lying areas like coasts, as with this case and a large percentage of the many other similar events that have been occurring as the atmospheric contamination problem has intensified over the past few years. You are much more likely, by far, to simply keel over dead than you are to be turned into a naked, biting neuro-zombie though. It must take just the right dosage over just the right amount of time to turn someone into a neuro-zombie instead of a corpse. And people who are affected like this don't tend to live very long anyway, since it's not JUST their brains that sustain damage, but also kidneys, liver and other organs. And another factor could be HOW you're poisoned: via respiration (breathing the gas), via ingestion (most likely from contaminated water), or via skin contact with contaminated matter or water.

It's ironic that people are so stricken with 'Zombie Mania' and yet at the same time they are, by and large, sleeping through an ACTUAL 'Zombie Apocalypse', of a sort, one that can affect them at any time. I'm sure that will change as more people zombify and/or drop dead and more stuff explodes and burns. But who knows - people are generally not too terribly observant.

Lists of neuro-zombie incidents are maintained on the forum, here, updated monthly, more or less. You don't need to create an account to read but because of commercial spammers you do need to have an account to post, else every other post, or more, would be someone trying to enlarge your penis or sell you a fake Louis Vuitton handbag.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-23 - Passenger train hit by explosion and fire at Charing Cross station in coastal London (Britain):

Quote: "Witnesses say there was an explosion before the fire."

Quote: "A central London train station has been evacuated after a fire broke out on a train."

Note: The 5-star Hyatt Regency Hotel was just heavily damaged by a huge basement explosion and fire shortly before midnight in London, mentioned in the 2014-11-21 update. An underground electrical explosion and fire hit London recently, mentioned in the 2014-11-13 update, one in an escalating series of underground explosions and fires that have been plaguing Britain and other countries in recent years...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-24 - Mysterious explosion at 10:30 PM rattles people in and around Manchester (Britain):

Quote: "A mysterious explosion heard across parts of Manchester and Salford remains unexplained. Hundreds of people took to social media to describe hearing a 'loud bang' at about 22:30 GMT on Monday."

Note: Huge explosion, plume of smoke seen...but nothing found damaged. So what exploded? Most likely an atmospheric gas plume, methane, hydrogen sulfide, or both, probably mostly or entirely methane in this case. It's not hard to put this puzzle together - gigantic amounts of explosively flammable methane began gushing into the atmosphere at the same time as all these mysterious explosions started shaking cities around the world. Coincidence? Not!

2014-11-24 - Underground electrical fire breaks out near hospital in coastal London (Britain):

Note: London's been getting hit hard lately with bus fires, an exploding 5-star hotel, a train burning, underground electrical explosions and fires, etc. Also see the private passenger plane that veered off the runway at an airport on this day, landing gear collapsed, with some smoke spotted...

2014-11-24 - Underground explosion rattles people in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Category: Multiple Corpses

2014-11-25 - Five people found dead along railroad tracks, four with no injuries, in Dhupguri (India):

Quote: "Save for the girl, there were no significant marks of injuries on the bodies. This ruled out the possibility of theirs being run over by a train."

Note: The girl's body was probably injured when someone carrying her collapsed dead. Trains often run through valleys gouged out of the Earth, for fuel efficiency. Such areas, lower-lying than surrounding areas, are exactly where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate until blown onward by the wind. It's a deadly gas, as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use in gas chambers to execute people. The British weaponized it and used it in trench warfare against the Germans in WWI because it would flow down into the trenches - which are much like railroad valleys - and kill the crap out of the German soldiers. Another danger in regards to walking along railroad tracks and crossing streets is that hydrogen sulfide may just knock you unconscious but not kill you, but then you get mowed down by a train or vehicle and end up dead anyway. Same thing when it knocks you unconscious at the same time it ignites your vehicle or home, and then you just lay there unconscious and burn to death...

Category: Animal Die-Offs

2014-11-26 - Around 30 crows have seizures and die in parks in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "Police say 30 dead crows have been found in downtown Portland parks after reports they were having seizures. A police spokesman says there's no apparent reason for the deaths."

Quote: "The birds were found Wednesday morning in three areas: Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park along the Willamette River, the Chapman and Lownsdale squares set among government buildings a few blocks west of the river, and at the nearby Lovejoy Fountain. Firefighters reported finding no hazardous materials in the air, and officers who checked the area said they found nothing that would have been fatal to the birds."

Note: So they all died near bodies of water then - not surprising. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and can cause seizures leading to death. It's also water-soluble and tends to accumulate in all the same places that water does, since it's a heavier-than-air gas. Plenty of people have been having seizures and/or dying too, sometimes while driving. These birds most likely got poisoned by contaminated water or by touching stuff (leaves, sticks, branches, etc) that had adsorbed hydrogen sulfide as it blows by. Best not to touch anything you don't have to, especially outdoors, lest you collapse and die too...

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2014-11-27 - Man, 66, goes crazy at hotel in (very) coastal Ocean Shores (Washington), fire breaks out, man found dead:

2014-11-27 - Naked man with knife menaces people at university on the island of Jamaica:

Quote: "THE WEEKEND STAR understands that the unidentified man was reportedly in the nude, threateningly wielding a knife, much to the horror of those going about their regular business. It is reported that he was later accosted and detained by campus security personnel and later handed over to police officers attached to the UWI Mona Police Station."

Note: More people going insane near coasts. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic, it damages brains, it makes people warm sometimes so they strip naked, and it's blowing in off the oceans and other bodies of water. It's also highly flammable, reactive with numerous materials including electrified copper and rust, and heavier than air, so vehicle fires and underground fires and explosions are spreading around the world, in addition to causing people and animals to go crazy and/or drop dead.

There are four ways you can be poisoned: 1) by breathing in hydrogen sulfide gas; 2) by touching matter that has adsorbed hydrogen sulfide, like wood, car upholstery, trash, leaves, etc; 3) by touching contaminated water; and 4) by ingesting it, most likely in food cooked with contaminated water. Only the first way will allow even the possibility of smelling it (but you should never count on being able to smell it). The other three ways, you probably won't smell anything and you won't see it either...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-28 - Man found burned to death at 1:15 AM in burning car in driveway at home in Leamington (Canada):

Quote: "A passing motorist noticed a vehicle on fire in the driveway of home on Mersea Rd. 6 about 1:15 a.m. Friday. Leamington firefighters doused the blaze and found a body inside, police said. The vehicle was taken to the OPP forensic building in Chatham, where it began to smolder shortly after the noon hour."

Note: So this car burst into flame and killed the occupant, they put out the fire and towed the car, and it started smoldering again at the forensic building. Leamington is located on the shore of Lake Erie...

2014-11-28 - Mysterious explosions rock coastal Humboldt Hill (California):

Quote: "Reader Kathy Raffaelli Radford commented on a post on the LoCO’s Facebook wall, 'It shook our house on Humboldt Hill.' Another woman, Tami Gardner Wannamaker, wrote, 'I heard it and felt it!!!'"

2014-11-28 - Smoke fills cabin, passenger plane makes emergency landing in Brainerd (Minnesota):

Note: Some of the more notable fires for this day: another person burning to death in a vehicle in the wee hours near a body of water, another mysterious explosion in a coastal area, and yet another plane coming down smoking. Escalation in all these types of events continues, as expected...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-29 - Mysterious explosion at 3 AM rocks Catterick (Britain), A1 motorway closed, near the River Swale:

Quote: "Supt Hannan said: 'We may never find out what the source of the explosion was, however, following the search and investigation I am now satisfied that there is no threat to members of the public.'"

Note: Will he stand by those words AFTER one of these mysterious explosions wipes out a town and kills everyone in it? We will see...

2014-11-29 - Mysterious explosion rocks coastal New York AND coastal London (Britain) all the way to coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

Quote: "On Saturday afternoon residents in upstate New York reported hearing a loud boom that shook their homes and rattled windows. State police received numerous calls about the loud boom, but have no idea what caused it. More than 3,000 miles away in the UK people took to social media to also report hearing unusual noises around the same time..."

Note: There's a huge methane deposit melting away off the East Coast now, containing enough explosively flammable methane in it to cause 250,000 ten-kiloton explosions, which is about the size of the explosion that destroyed Hiroshima. In fact, responders just trained to deal with a 10-kiloton explosion in coastal New York City, in late October, mentioned in the 2014-10-22 update. (Estimates were for 100,000 people instantly killed.) There will be MANY mysterious explosions, and obviously the number of such incidents is rising fast now.

Most of the methane in that US East Coast deposit will blow eastward, toward Britain, Scotland, Ireland, Portugal, etc. That said, if it was the SAME explosion heard across 3000 miles, I can't really think of anything that could possibly be but a volcanic explosion. In human history, only exploding volcanoes have been heard across such distances. Even a 50-megaton nuclear explosion isn't heard across that distance. So it's quite possible that a volcano just exploded in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean somewhere and people heard it. Given the rising number of volcanic events around the planet, that seems quite plausible. Alternatively, clouds of methane could have exploded on BOTH sides of the Atlantic, and it was just sheer coincidence that two clouds exploded in separate areas at about the same time.

Eventually Europe and much or all of the US East Coast may be destroyed by fires and explosions from methane from that East Coast methane clathrate deposit. That seems increasingly likely. But that doesn't mean the rest of the world is safe - that's only one deposit, and there are many that are dissociating now, and the clouds from that East Coast deposit won't stop in Western Europe either.

This is why governments around the world have been constructing underground facilities. There will be no surviving on the surface of the Earth.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-30 - Transformer explodes and burns at nuclear plant in Tihange (Belgium), near the River Meuse, reactor shut down:

Quote: "It is not clear how long the 1,048-megawatt reactor will be closed. An explosion caused the fire, which was extinguished, Belgium's Sud Presse newspaper said on its website."

2014-11-30 - Decommissioned nuclear plant hit by fire in coastal Antwerp Province (Belgium):

2014-11-30 - Transformer explodes and burns, fire spreads to 2 schools, health center and homes, in Kilifi County (Kenya), 2 killed:

Quote: "An eye witness, Mr. Anderson Kenga, said that there was an explosion on Saturday evening and terrified residents ran away for their lives. They went back after an hour to see the aftermath and unfortunately the granny and her grandchild had died after their house caught fire."

2014-11-30 - Transformer explodes and burns near warehouse in Tucson (Arizona):

2014-11-30 - Transformer room bursts into flame at bio-energy plant in coastal Amsterdam (Netherlands):

2014-11-30 - Underground electrical fire blows off manholes in Kitchener (Canada):

Note: Here's some more electrical infrastructure burning up. Not looking good! Candles and fires aren't a great backup plan either because then if a cloud of methane and/or hydrogen sulfide blows by, you might just explode. It's hard to say which is more dangerous. Hydrogen sulfide is far more lethal to breathe or touch or ingest than methane, but at least there's a chance you'd smell it. Methane, though less deadly, is also completely odorless, so you won't know if it's present until you're running around screaming on fire and dying. I guess it doesn't much matter which is more dangerous though, seeing as we're getting both...

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