Wednesday, April 1, 2015

2015 - MAR - Spotlight Stories

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2015-03-01 - Hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen and carbon monoxide found in the ground near Chinchilla (Australia):

Quote: "The department has revealed that preliminary tests carried out last week at two private properties at Hopeland, near Chinchilla, showed a positive result for carbon monoxide, hydrogen and hydrogen sulphide. 'The gases identified are commonly associated with combustion and are not associated with coal seam gas development,' said Jon Black, the director-general of the Department of Environment."

Quote: "The gases detected - in the Western Downs region of Queensland by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection - included carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and hydrogen sulfide. The gases are explosive and farmers in the Hopeland area have been advised not to excavate or disturb soils greater than two metres deep without talking to the department."

Note: Carbon monoxide isn't explosive or flammable - it's the leftovers of combustion. Hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide aren't normally associated with combustion unless it's them doing the combusting. So maybe some hydrogen sulfide is rising from below, or some has blown by in the atmosphere and sunk into the ground in this area, and then ignited. That would cause readings like this. Hydrogen sulfide is associated with natural gas - that's what makes natural gas 'sour' - and natural gas is sometimes found near coal seams. The gas IN the coal seams is more or less pure methane, but if any leaks out then it can become food for the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide. Either way, bottom line, however it happened, whatever the cause, they've got a deadly poison in the soil here...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-02 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire at 1:47 AM in coastal Point Pleasant Beach (New Jersey), 1 injured:

Quote: "Monday’s explosion is the second in days at the Jersey shore.  A police dashboard camera recorded a Stafford Township home being reduced to rubble in a massive blast last Tuesday that injured 15 people."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-02 - Home explodes at 7:53 PM in the Pleasant Grove area of Dallas (Texas):

2015-03-02 - Home destroyed by explosion just before noon in West Bexar County (Texas), 1 injured:

2015-03-02 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Shadyside (Ohio), 1 killed:

2015-03-02 - Home explodes in Maribad area in Quetta (Pakistan), 3 killed:

Note: Gettin' pretty 'splodey out there! These are the 90th, 91st, 92nd, 93rd and 94th residential explosions in 2015...

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2015-03-03 - Man strips naked, dances, screams, throws rocks, outside children's museum in coastal Olympia (Washington):

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-03 - Woman, 37, stands in median, foams at the mouth, urinates, yells about ISIS, in coastal Fairfield (Connecticut):

Quote: "Eight Fairfield squad cars responded to Tunxis Hill Road and Villa Avenue in Fairfield at about 1:45 p.m. March 3, after an officer on patrol reported that a woman was standing in the middle of the road, foaming at the mouth and urinating in public, according to police said. Officers who responded to the call said the woman was also shouting 'ISIS is here, ISIS is here,' police said."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-04 - Underground electrical explosion and fire breaks out in Linden (New Jersey):

2015-03-04 - At least two underground electrical fires hit coastal Manhattan (New York):

2015-03-04 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Flushing area in coastal Queens (New York):

2015-03-04 - Underground methane explosion hits coal mine in Donetsk (Ukraine), at least 30 killed:

Note: East Coast sure is getting hit hard by these underground explosions and fires. Luckily it ONLY snows on the East Coast, else this 'salt and snow' problem would be affecting other cities just as bad as this elsewhere too! Wait, it DOES snow elsewhere? AND they use salt elsewhere too?! Huh, what do you know. That means that their 'explanation' is completely retarded. Are they actually unaware of the 5 trillion pounds of explosively flammable methane dissociating right off the East Coast there? A child of five is smart enough to put 2 and 2 together here. Somebody fetch a child of five!

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2015-03-05 - Driver has 'medical emergency', tractor trailer crashes into toll booth in coastal Dover (New Hampshire):]

Quote: "An out-of-control driver took out a toll booth on the Spaulding Turnpike in Dover New Hampshire. Investigators sad a tractor trailer driver may have suffered a medical emergency while approaching the tolls next to another car."

2015-03-05 - Passenger plane lands, skids off runway, almost goes into bay, wing falls off, at coastal LaGuardia Airport (New York):;-5-hurt/545695/

Quote: "Another passenger, Jared Faellaci, posted a picture to Facebook from his first-class seat looking out the window, showing how close the plane came to the bay — the water lapping against the shoreline only yards away. He wrote, '2 seconds more we would have been in the water!'"

2015-03-05 - Fighter jet crashes and burns in Konya (Turkey), 2 killed:

Quote: "It was the second major military air crash in Turkey in as many weeks. Last week, four pilots were killed after two RF-4E fighter jets crashed in Malatya province of central Turkey."

2015-03-05 - Fighter jet crashes in Haryana (India), pilot ejects, 1 injured:

2015-03-05 - Small plane piloted by Harrison Ford takes off then crashes into golf course in Venice (California), near the coast, engine failure, 1 injured:

Quote: "Actor Harrison Ford was hospitalized Thursday afternoon after a single-engine vintage plane he was piloting crash landed onto a Venice golf course shortly after takeoff. Just before 4:30 p.m. a family member confirmed to NBC4 that the actor is 'fine' and suffered a few gashes. He is expected to undergo surgery for some injuries, but is in stable condition, the family said."

Note: Indiana Jones and the Golf Course of Wreckage! Here's a Google Maps link of the area. I hope someone on the golf course yelled, 'Ford!'

2015-03-05 - Freight train hauling oil derails and bursts into flame near Galena (Illinois):

Quote: "A freight train loaded with crude oil derailed in northern Illinois on Thursday, bursting into flames and prompting authorities to evacuate everyone within 1 mile, authorities said. The train derailed around 1:20 p.m. in a rural area where the Galena River meets the Mississippi, said Jo Daviess County Sheriff's Sgt. Mike Moser."

2015-03-05 - Tractor trailer crashes at 7 AM, bursts into flame, on Mississippi River bridge at La Crosse (Wisconsin):

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-05 - Tractor trailer overturns into ditch, bursts into flame, on I-77 near Bluefield (West Virginia):

Note: Here are some of the more notable crashes on this day. Harrison Ford's plane crash is like many other small plane crashes in recent times: they take off, start climbing, their engine sputters out and they crash. They're flying into pockets of the atmosphere that have lower-than-normal amounts of oxygen so the engine becomes starved for oxygen and it sputters out. The big passenger jets don't have that problem - or at least it's not nearly as bad for them - because their engines are designed specifically to be able to function in high-altitude low-oxygen environments...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-06 - Electrical substation erupts in flame along Highway 26 in Hillsboro (Oregon), nobody there:

Quote: "There were reports of explosions just before the fire started, but nobody was on the property and there were no injuries..."

2015-03-06 - Underground electrical fire hits Hatboro (Pennsylvania):

2015-03-06 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Top Ryde (Australia), near the coast:

Quote: "Fire crews are at the scene of an fire in an underground electrical substation in Top Ryde."

Note: Probably caused by all that summertime snow and salt. Wait...what?

2015-03-06 - Underground explosion collapses area in coastal Adelaide (New Zealand):

Quote: "Three concrete and iron cover plates on the metre long pit — situated on the southern footpath — collapsed into the underground inspection space when the unexplained explosion occurred just before 9.30pm. Nobody was injured and initial reports has ruled out a gas leak."

Note: Like those methane explosion craters in Siberia?

2015-03-06 - Underground parking garage hit by fire in Rathcoole (Ireland):

Quote: "Dublin Fire Brigade were also called to a separate fire in an underground car park at a Bank of Ireland building in Rathcoole."

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2015-03-07 - Medical helicopter crashes and burns shortly after takeoff in St. Louis (Missouri), 1 killed:

Quote: "A medical helicopter crashed in St. Louis early Saturday, killing the pilot. Flames could be seen shooting from the wreckage. Streets were taped off near the St. Louis University Hospital where the pilot was headed. The crash happened shortly after take-off. The chopper hit an empty pickup truck on its way down."

Note: Crashed shortly after takeoff, just like Harrison Ford's plane and many other small aircraft crashes in recent times. Neari-ish to the Mississippi River. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-07 - Small plane lands, runs off runway, at airport in St. Jacob (Illinois), near St. Louis (Missouri):

2015-03-07 - Small plane lands, runs off runway, at airport in Elizabethton (Tennessee):

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

2015-03-07 - Small plane crashes near Pratt (Kansas), 1 killed:

2015-03-07 - Small plane crashes near Cherokee County Airport (Texas), near Jacksonville, 2 injured:

Note: Flying just doesn't look too safe anymore. Of course, being on the ground doesn't look too safe anymore either, nor does being in the water. So, avoid the air, the water and the ground and you should be fine! Wait...what?

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-08 - Cargo ship 'Golden 168' bursts into flame at 3:15 AM while docking in coastal Vung Tau (Vietnam):

2015-03-08 - Ferry ship 'Silja Symphony' hit by truck fire on the car deck, in coastal Helsinki (Finland):

Quote: "On Mar 8, 2015, a truck caught fire on the car deck of the 'Silja Symphony'. The ferry was in port in Helsinki when the fire occurred. The fire extinguishing system jointly with the fire fighting team of the crew and the alerted Helsinki Rescue Department were able to extinguish the fire and the flames within short time. The passengers had already left the car deck when the fire broke out."

Note: Much like the cars bursting into flame while parked on car-hauler trucks...

2015-03-08 - Yacht bursts into flame between coastal Tiburon and Angel Island (California):

Quote: "Ayers said fire boat crews spent about two hours extinguishing the flames while keeping the yacht away from the shore and other bay traffic. He said the damage to the boat could exceed $200,000, if it is salvagable at all."

2015-03-08 - Two boats destroyed by fire at boat business in coastal Cocoa (Florida):

Quote: "A pair of boats were destroyed in a fire that occurred just after 3 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, according to Scott Jurdensen, District Chief with Brevard County Fire Rescue."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-08 - Boat explodes, burns, sinks, on the Calcasieu River in Sulphur (Louisiana), 1 killed:

Note: Just like the car fires, sometimes you survive and sometimes you don't. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-08 - Boat bursts into flame shortly before midnight, burns and sinks, at marina on Lake Lanier in Flowery Branch (Georgia):

Quote: "The boat at Aqualand Marina, 6800 Lights Ferry Road, was engulfed by the time firefighters arrived about 11:45, Hall County Fire Services spokesman Scott Cagle said."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-03-08 - Pontoon boat, vehicle and garage destroyed by fire at home in Fort Ann (New York):

Quote: "Tools and a vehicle inside the garage were destroyed, as was a pontoon boat next to the structure."

Note: The boatastrophe continues. These are the 205th, 206th, 207th, 208th, 209th, 210th, 211th and 212th boats or ships to burn in 2015...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-09 - Six luxury RVs destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM while parked at businesses in Sanford (Florida):

Quote: "Firefighters spent 90 minutes battling a blaze that burned $6 million in RVs at a luxury dealership in Sanford. The fire broke out early Monday along Orange Boulevard near Interstate 4 at a lot that houses RVs with Florida Luxury Coach and Excalibur Coach. Six RVs were burned in the fire, which was reported around 4:30 a.m. by a passerby who spotted flames and smoke coming from the business."

Note: Dayum, they must've been some really nice RVs, with an average of a million bucks each! Does a 'Please Rob Me' sticker come with each one or do you have to pay extra for that?! Some of the stories call them buses, and they ARE built on bus frames, so a case could be made for that. If they were used by bands as tour buses then I'd categorize them as buses too, but I have no idea what they were intended for, so I'm categorizing them as RVs. These are the 67th, 68th, 69th, 70th, 71st and 72nd RVs to burn in 2015...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-10 - Multiple underground electrical explosions and fires hit Verona (New Jersey):

Quote: "The explosions have caused a sinkhole on Bloomfield Avenue at the intersection of Sunset Avenue in Verona, O'Dowd stated."

Note: Kinda like the methane explosion craters in Siberia. We're obviously in the Ground-Exploding Phase of this extinction event now...

2015-03-10 - Underground electrical explosion rocks Louisville (Kentucky):

Quote: "A fault in an underground electrical vault touched off a blast that shook sidewalks and structures at the corner Fourth and Liberty streets in downtown Louisville Tuesday and cut power to a nearby office building."

2015-03-10 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2015-03-10 - Underground electrical fire blacks out Harway Terrace in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2015-03-10 - Electrical substation erupts in flame in New London (Wisconsin), a third of the city goes dark:

2015-03-10 - Electrical substation hit by fire in Stratford, Ontario (Canada), unoccupied home burns separately:

2015-03-10 - Transformer bursts into flame on South Main Road in Wright Township (Pennsylvania), some homes go dark:

2015-03-10 - Transformer bursts into flame, possibly explodes, in Holyoke (Massachusetts):

2015-03-10 - Generator explodes at food plant in Oakland (Iowa), 1 injured:

Note: Yikes, not lookin' good. Electricity, we are really going to miss you! An EMP or a solar flare is not necessary to take down the grid. The escalating atmospheric contamination problem will do that just fine. True, it will take longer, but the downside is that it will eventually take down the grid across the entire planet, not just in one region (as with an EMP) or across half the planet (as with a solar flare). So, though slower, this way of destroying the grid is actually much worse than either an EMP or a solar flare. Plus, the atmospheric problem also comes with many other 'features', like animals and people going insane and/or dying all over the place, massive fires and explosions wiping out stuff, a destroyed ozone layer, a destabilized climate, poisoned water, and people losing consciousness or dying while driving and causing accidents...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-11 - Recycling center hit by fire in Chesham (Britain):

2015-03-11 - Landfill erupts in flame at 6 AM in Blue Earth County (Minnesota):

2015-03-11 - Landfill hit by fire, fire gets huge, in coastal St. Andrew on the island of Jamaica:

Quote: "Thick, noxious smoke blanketed Jamaica's capital Thursday as a wind-fanned fire burned at a sprawling, open-air waste dump on the city's outskirts that has seen repeated blazes."

Note: I've lost track of how many times this landfill has burned in just the last year. From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2015-03-12 - Oceans losing oxygen and becoming increasingly hostile to oxygen-breathing life:

Quote: "The diving patterns of Atlantic sailfish, like this one going after sardines in the Caribbean, and blue marlin helped scientists figure out that many fish are spending more time in shallower water as low-oxygen zones push closer to the surface."

Note: The dead zones aren't just spreading around coastal areas, but are rising from the depths in the deep oceans too. When the anoxic zones reach the surface, they 'exhale' methane and hydrogen sulfide that has accumulated at the bottom into the atmosphere. That's what happened when Santa Monica Bay belched up methane and hydrogen sulfide in California, mentioned in the 2013-03-03 update. That's what happened when the Inner Harbor in coastal Baltimore turned milky green-white, all the fish died and there was a smell of sulfur in the air, mentioned in the 2013-07-18 update. And so on.

This is the ancient extinction event that has once again raised its ugly head. This problem wiped out virtually all oxygen-using life 250 million years ago and it will do the same this time too. What the scientists are (still!) missing is the hydrogen sulfide aspect of the problem and all of the sub-problems that that causes: animals and people going insane and/or dying, fires and explosions devouring our civilization, etc.

We are rapidly running out of time...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-13 - Huge wildfire rages near coastal Valparaiso (Chile), thousands evacuated, state of emergency declared:

Quote: "A serious forest fire spread quickly on Chile's coast Friday and threatened to reach the nearby port cities of Valparaiso and Vina del Mar."

Quote: "Last April, a raging fire leaped from hilltop to hilltop in the colorful city of Valparaiso, killing 15 people, injuring more than 500 and destroying more than 2,900 homes."

2015-03-13 - Brush fire breaks out near the Pacific Coast Highway in coastal Malibu (California):;-pch-closed/557196/

2015-03-13 - Brush fire erupts near River Road in North Port (Florida):

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-14 - Tanker ship 'Sun Wing' bursts into flame near coastal Ulsan (South Korea), crew abandons ship, 3 injured:

Quote: "On Mar 14, 2015, at 8 a.m. the 'Sun Wing' reported a fire on board around 80 miles northeast of Busan in the Japan Sea. Korean Coast Guard ships and helicopters were dispatched to the vessel, which was found engulfed in fire. The 16 crew members, among them three Koreans and 13 Indonesians, were evacuated. Three of them were delivered to a hospital with burns, the rest was safe. The vessel which was loaded with nitric acid and sulfuric acid was listing to port side, some tanks were already breached, with sea water coming into reaction with acid."

Note: So this was another fire involving nitric acid. I've warned about this problem with previous nitric acid fires and explosions. Nitric acid is non-flammable itself, but it is explosively flammable if any nitric acid comes into contact with gaseous hydrogen sulfide. So if a nitric acid container should not be completely sealed and some hydrogen sulfide blows by then there is apt to be a fire and/or explosion. A cargo ship carrying nitric acid, 'Hayang Ace', exploded while moored near Ulsan in January too, injuring 4 people, mentioned in the 2015-01-11 update, so this makes two big ships carrying nitric acid devastated by fires/explosions in just over two months. In February, a chemical plant was hit by a massive nitric acid explosion which spewed a huge toxic cloud over Igualada, Barcelona (Spain), mentioned in the 2015-02-12 update. There will be more such events...

2015-03-14 - Boat bursts into flame in parking lot in Lake Havasu City (Arizona):

Note: These are the 225th and 226th boats or ships to burn in 2015...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-15 - Historic 16th century Novodevichy Convent damaged by major fire 3 miles from the Kremlin in Moscow (Russia):

Note: About 3 miles from the Kremlin, so this fire wasn't nearly as close to the Kremlin as the vendor trailer that exploded and burned earlier this month was to the White House in Washington DC, mentioned in the 2015-03-07 update. It wasn't long ago that Moscow was hit by a huge cloud of hydrogen sulfide, mentioned in the 2014-11-10 update. And in January, an important library was devastated by a raging inferno in Moscow, mentioned in the 2015-01-31 update. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-16 - Scrap metal business hit by fire, 22 cars burn, in Worth County (Georgia):

Quote: "The Worth County Fire Department has confirmed that crews responded around 6:30 p.m. It took around 40 minutes to control the fire. It happened at Automotive Core Supply at Pine Knoll were fire erupted near where automobiles are scrapped. Twenty-two cars burned."

2015-03-16 - Metal business damaged by fire and explosions in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2015-03-16 - Metal recycling business hit by fire, five scrap cars burn, in coastal Liverpool (Britain):

Quote: "The fire involved five scrap cars and part of a shipping container."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2015-03-16 - Landfill erupts in flame at 4:30 AM in Shawnee (Kansas):

2015-03-16 - Landfill continues to burn near coastal Kingston on the island of Jamaica, hundreds sickened, 50 schools closed:

Quote: "Noxious smoke continued to spiral Monday from a sprawling trash dump five days after a major blaze erupted, closing a number of schools and businesses in sections of the island's capital and sending hundreds of people to clinics and hospitals."

2015-03-16 - Landfill hit by fire in coastal St. James on the island of Jamaica:

Note: Different landfill from the one that's been burning for five days and sickening people in Kingston...

2015-03-16 - Recycling business damaged by fire in Chesapeake (Virginia):

Note: Also see the tractor trailer that burst into flame on I-664 in the wee hours in Chesapeake on this day...

2015-03-16 - Waste transfer station hit by fire in Lone Rock (Wisconsin):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

2015-03-16 - Woman, 45, found dead in burning car in Bristol (Connecticut):

2015-03-16 - Person found dead in burning car on road near Lake Belwood (Canada):

Quote: "Emergency personnel made the grim discovery of a person's body while dousing a small car engulfed in flames in a rural area of the township just before noon Monday. It was made when Wellington OPP and Centre Wellington firefighters responded to report of a vehicle on fire on the 6th Line, north of Wellington County Road 18 in the township, just east of Lake Belwood."

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: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-17 - RV bursts into flame while parked at business in Jones County (Mississippi):

Note: This is 78th RV to burn in 2015...

2015-03-17 - Pickup truck bursts into flame just before midnight while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Ottumwa (Iowa):

2015-03-17 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked inside auto shop, fire spreads to shop, in Poughkeepsie (New York):

Quote: "The fire started in the bay of the garage in a pickup truck and spread to the roof, according to City of Poughkeepsie Fire Chief Mark Johnson."

2015-03-17 - Car bursts into flame at 3:40 AM while parked at apartments in coastal Henley Beach (Australia):

2015-03-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Bone Lane in Campsall (Britain):

Note: Here are some more parked vehicles igniting and sometimes burning whatever's nearby. Vehicles are increasingly spontaneously igniting. Since the average vehicle spends a majority of its time parked, that means that there are increasing numbers of parked vehicles going up in flames. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time, whether parked or driven, so you park a vehicle near anything you care about at your own risk now...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2015-03-18 - Popping sounds heard in Walmart, and then people start having coughing fits, in Grand Blanc Township (Michigan):

Quote: "The fire department received the call around 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 18, saying a popping sound was heard near the customer service desk and then multiple people started coughing. A few more people in different areas of the store were also coughing, so store managers evacuated the building as a precaution. Servetter said fire officials still aren't sure what caused the issue, but it could have been something in the store or something that was brought into the store through the ventilation systems."

Note: Some hydrogen sulfide probably got sucked in through the HVAC system, a little found some electrified copper or rusty iron and caused a small firecracker-sized explosion, and since it's a poison and people breathed it, some people experienced respiratory distress. It's not always so mild when this happens. There was a recent HazMat event at a turkey plant in Willmar (Minnesota), where 28 people sickened and some of them experienced 'excited delirium', mentioned in the 2014-10-18 update. The 'excited delirium' - that was their brains being affected, and those people may have sustained permanent brain damage (inability to focus, forgetfulness, etc), along with damage to other organs like kidneys, hearts, livers, although the damage may not show up for a while.

Last April, the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, near the Mississippi River, was evacuated because of an unknown noxious odor that originated OUTSIDE, mentioned in the 2014-04-11 update. Same thing there - gas got sucked in via the HVAC system from the outside air. The day prior to that, in the wee hours, I was outdoors and I smelled the sickly-sweet odor of medium concentration hydrogen sulfide, about 7 miles west of the Edward Jones Dome. I immediately stopped breathing and held my breath and closed my eyes for about a minute, to give some time for the cloud to blow past. There have been many similar incidents in the last few years as the atmospheric contamination has intensified.

So, we've got deadly and flammable poison gas blowing randomly around the atmosphere. It won't always be a gigantic cloud like the clouds of hydrogen sulfide that hit Moscow, Kuwait City, and Seattle, or the medium-sized clouds that hit Rayong, Kingston (Jamaica) or Santa Monica. Sometimes it'll be small car-sized invisible clouds, just big enough to give you time for one breath before it blows on. If the cloud is just 0.1% hydrogen sulfide, that one breath will be enough to kill you, maybe immediately, but possibly with a delayed reaction of minutes, hours or up to two or three days.

Don't count on your government telling you the truth about what's happening. People might freak out, stock markets could collapse, yada yada. In fact, you should count on your government doing all it can to SUPPRESS the truth. If you want to survive what's happening then it's completely up to you to take whatever protective measures you feel worthwhile...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-19 - Underground electrical explosions and fire blows manholes off at 6:45 AM in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Quote: "Firefighters and utility crews were on the scene and power was cut for several blocks as a series of blasts sent the metal covers, each weighing as much as 160 pounds, into the air. Several buildings were evacuated as a precaution."

Note: Another underground electrical explosion and fire just hit Indianapolis too, on Massachusetts Avenue, mentioned in the 2015-03-16 update...

2015-03-19 - Electrical box explodes on pole in Colorado Springs (Colorado), 3400 homes go dark:

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-20 - Pallet yard erupts in flame before 4 AM in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2015-03-20 - Pallet factory destroyed by fire in Britton (Michigan):

Quote: "Ridgeway Township firefighters responded to a pallet factory fire at the end of Maple Street in Britton. They were assisted by Tecumseh and Clinton firefighters. The building was a total loss."

Note: More pallet fires?! No way!

2015-03-20 - Man ignites after lighter explodes at 1 AM on street in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

Quote: "It was a horrific scene: A Pittsburgh homeless man was seen running toward downtown covered in flames early this morning..."

Note: What if you flick a lighter right as a gas plume blows over you? There's apt to be a 'flash fire' or an explosion, and it may ignite you and destroy the lighter. I suspect that's what happened here. Not a lighter defect, just a lighter being used normally, but at a bad time. That's probably how the lady burned to death on her porch while having a cig in Devine (Texas), mentioned in the 2015-03-02 update, and that's also probably how the mother burned to death on her porch while having a cig in The Woodlands (Texas), mentioned in the 2013-12-12 update. There've been a fair number of similar fires, including bonfires exploding and people being found mysteriously dead with burn injuries...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-21 - Warehouse, truck and three pickups destroyed by huge inferno in coastal Malé (Maldive Islands):

2015-03-21 - Warehouse full of tires destroyed by massive blaze in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2015-03-21 - Pile of tires goes up in flames near the Great Smokies Craft Fair in Sevierville (Tennessee):

Note: It took me a while to figure out why tires and tire businesses keep burning. The phrase 'steel-belted radial' should have been a clue. Tires have steel wires inside them, so if any of that steel is exposed to the air and rusts then again you have an ignition source (rusty steel) right next to a flammable adsorbent material (tire rubber), so tires are very much like pallets, especially if there are any WORN tires around...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-22 - In separate incidents, two passenger buses burst into flame on roads in Delhi (India):

Note: These are the 160th and 161st buses to burn in 2015...

2015-03-22 - Air conditioning plant goes up in flames at Indian Parliament compound in Delhi (India):

Quote: "In last four day, this the second time there is a fire incident in Parliament premises."

Quote: "Firefighters arrive at the compound of Indian Parliament after a fire broke out at its air conditioning plant in Delhi, India, March 22, 2015. A massive fire broke out on Sunday afternoon at the Indian Parliament's huge compound."

Note: What do air conditioners do? They move the atmosphere around. They also contain electrified copper. That makes them increasingly vulnerable to fires as the atmospheric contamination intensifies. It's no coincidence that TWO buses went up in flames AND this huge fire hit the AC plant at the Parliament compound here, all on the same day. Same timeframe, same general geographic area, same atmosphere...

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2015-03-23 - Mostly naked man - underwear only - beats up two cops outside store in Milan (Italy):

Note: No idea when this happened, or what happened later, but looks like the naked man more than held his own against the two cops, smacked them around, slammed one against the cop car, etc...

2015-03-23 - Man, 20, goes on rampage, destroys home, waves gun, injures children at park, in Lenexa (Kansas), 3 injured:

2015-03-23 - Man, 63, pours oil on satellite dishes, takes his pants off, tries to bite cop, in Lykens (Pennsylvania):

2015-03-23 - Naked man, 46, walks around train station in coastal Hong Kong (China):

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2015-03-24 - Passenger plane descends rapidly and slams into mountainside near Digne (France), no survivors, 150 killed:

Quote: "Witnesses told the French Air Force they heard an explosion and saw smoke coming out of the doomed Germanwings' A320 passenger plane shortly before it crashed into the mountains near Digne, southern France, IBTimes UK can reveal."

Quote: "While the French authorities have not confirmed these accounts, the pilot confirms the French Air Force has received a number of corroborating witness testimonies. The pilot also confirmed that debris was found upstream from the crash site - which he said confirmed the fact that the piece of fuselage had 'been detached from the aircraft before impact'."

Note: They descended for eight minutes, at almost 5000 feet of descent per minute. One of the two pilots had left the cockpit and when he came back and knocked there was no answer. So I would bet you that the remaining pilot in the cockpit had slumped over the wheel unconscious or dead, maybe having a 'medical event', so he couldn't drive the plane or open the door. And the other pilot couldn't get back in, so HE couldn't drive the plane. And without a conscious pilot, the plane plummeted and crashed into the mountain. Pretty much like all the other incidents with cars and trucks and buses having drivers lose consciousness or die or having 'medical events', except this time it was a passenger plane.

Just for general safety, I think they should now require passenger planes to have THREE pilots, and only one of them should be allowed to be out of the cockpit at any time. Once you're down to one pilot, there's no margin for error, and if he or she slumps over unconscious or dead then that plane is probably going to crash, so there should ALWAYS be at least two pilots available IN THE COCKPIT, at all times. That wouldn't eliminate all problems, but it would be an improvement which would save at least some lives here and there...

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2015-03-25 - Naked man, 32, destroys mailboxes, damages cop car, in coastal Fort Pierce (Florida):

2015-03-25 - Naked man found wandering around Pyes Pa suburb of coastal Tauranga (New Zealand):

Note: It's really pretty amazing the number of people stripping naked and going crazy in coastal communities. Nobody is safe anywhere, and some people have stripped naked and gone crazy in non-coastal places too, but mostly it's been in coastal areas. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and damages brains, which sometimes causes aberrant behavior, hallucinations, memory loss, violence. It also makes at least some people heat up, so they strip naked to cool off, even in the depths of winter. Often people so afflicted do not live long, because hydrogen sulfide doesn't JUST damage brains, but also damages other important organs, like hearts, kidneys, livers. You're most likely to zombify yourself in the wee hours and when in, near or downwind of low-lying areas like oceans, seas, lakes, ponds, rivers, streams, creeks, ditches, ravines, canyons, valleys, basements, underground parking garages, etc.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-26 - Three underground electrical explosions and fires rock New Rochelle (New Jersey), buildings evacuated:

2015-03-26 - Underground electrical explosion hits downtown Cleveland (Ohio), blackouts ensue:

2015-03-26 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Springfield (Massachusetts), building evacuated:

Quote: "An electrical fire in a manhole just outside the building, which was reported late Thursday afternoon, was the source of the carbon monoxide, Leger said."

2015-03-26 - Transformer bursts into flame in coastal Scarborough (Maine), 1900 homes go dark:

Note: A car and garage were just destroyed, home damaged, in Scarborough the day prior, mentioned in the 2015-03-25 update...

2015-03-26 - Transformer explodes and burns in Lansingburgh (New York):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, so more 'electrical fires' are to be expected as the atmospheric contamination proceeds. It's also a heavier-than-air has which will seek out low-lying areas, like underground electrical facilities. This same problem is also causing parked vehicles to spontaneously ignite, sometimes destroying other nearby vehicles, homes and/or businesses, and sometimes killing people...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-27 - School bus tries to start itself, bursts into flame, while parked in bus yard in Hamilton (New Jersey), some sickened:

Quote: "The yellow Irvin Raphael Inc. bus had been parked on the 2500 block of East State Street since 9 a.m. More than two hours later, around 11:30 a.m., an employee heard the engine turning over on its own. Minutes later, firefighters were battling a fully involved bus fire..."

Quote: "Minutes after the fire was extinguished, some students on recess about a mile downwind at Klockner Elementary School reported feeling ill from the smoke that traveled to the school..."

2015-03-27 - School bus bursts into flame on street in Rancho Santa Margarita (California):;-driver-hailed-as-hero/576459/

Note: These are the 52nd and 53rd school buses to burn in 2015 and the 175th and 176th buses to burn in 2015. These are also the 17th and 18th school buses to burn in March alone, so far...

2015-03-27 - Charter bus bursts into flame at 6 AM on I-95 near Smithfield (North Carolina):

2015-03-27 - Passenger bus bursts into flame near marina bridge in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

Quote: "A commercial bus caught fire, causing heavy traffic at the inward marina bridge Friday morning, luckily, no casualty was recorded."

Note: These are the 177th and 178th buses to burn in 2015...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-28 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame, fire spreads to furniture factory, fire gets huge, in coastal Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "The fire in Smithfield started in a car wrecking yard, spread to an adjoining furniture factory and then to a third property. Fire and Rescue New South Wales commissioner Greg Mullins said at one stage the fire was 'very severe'. Thick clouds of acrid black smoke spread over a number of nearby suburbs."

2015-03-28 - Metal recycling business hit by fire in Elgin (Illinois):


2015-03-28 - Vacant metal manufacturing plant destroyed by massive blaze before 2:30 AM in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The fire broke out at the 65,000 square-foot warehouse that was once used as a metal manufacturing plant on the 2400-block of W. Westmoreland St. just before around 2:20 a.m."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-29 - Plastic recycling facility erupts in flame, fire gets huge, in Modesto (California):

2015-03-29 - Recycling center hit by fire and explosion at 3 AM in Bullskin Township (Pennsylvania):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

2015-03-29 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire just after 2 AM, many vehicles and building destroyed, in Youngstown (Ohio):

Quote: "Three different fires were burning through the buildings before crews were finished. One fire was in the second story offices of the front building. Two other fires burned in a garage behind it. Many vehicles were inside, and the fire chief said that part was a total loss."

2015-03-29 - Three adjacent auto scrapyards devastated by huge blaze, crane and 50 vehicles burn, in Birmingham (Britain):

Quote: "The fire had spread to three separate but adjoining scrap yards and the fire engulfed approximately 50 vehicles, as well as a crane, a forklift truck and a number of engines."
Note: The day prior, a huge fire ripped through another auto scrapyard, in coastal Sydney (Australia), mentioned in the 2015-03-28 update. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-30 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, 15 vehicles burn, in Otay Mesa area of coastal San Diego (California):

Quote: "Fifteen vehicles burned Monday night at an Otay Mesa junkyard, the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department reported. Firefighters responded about 8:20 p.m. to Hulio's Towing and Storage on Harvest Road at Otay Center Drive..."

2015-03-30 - Auto salvage business hit by fire, multiple vehicles burn, shortly after 5 AM in Davie (Florida), near the coast:

Quote: "Arriving crews found some vehicles burning and found heavy smoke and fire coming from the rear of the auto parts and salvage business."

2015-03-30 - Metal recycling business hit by fire in Braddock (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "There were no immediate reports of injuries in a fire that erupted Monday night at a recycling facility in Braddock, county emergency dispatchers said. Firefighters were called around 10:30 p.m. for the report of a fire at the Specialty Steel Products facility along Eighth Street, dispatchers said."

Note: Four auto salvage yards went up in flames the day prior too, mentioned in the 2015-03-29 update. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2015-03-31 - More mysterious home-shaking explosions alarm people, this time in coastal Berkeley (California):

Note: Map in the link shows where most people are reporting the explosions and as you can see, most of the reports are primarily near the coast, not far from the Berkeley Aquatic Center. These mysterious explosions really started ramping up around the same time that the oceans began spewing methane around the world and incidents involving hydrogen sulfide and 'rotten egg' odors began escalating. That's no coincidence. A 'flash of light' knocked a helicopter out of the sky and killed both occupants in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), mentioned in the 2013-03-13 update. That was a smaller version of these city-shaking explosions. More flammable gases blowing around in the atmosphere, more explosions and fires, it's as simple as that...

2015-03-31 - Underground electrical fire erupts on Thornton Road in Bradford (Britain), pavement spews flame, blackouts ensue:

Note: Britain experienced a more than 200% increase in underground electrical explosions and fires, year-over-year, between 2011 and 2012, as mentioned in the 2013-06-16 update and the pace is obviously accelerating. Eventually I wouldn't be surprised to see a large-scale event involving underground explosions and fires hitting, say, London...

2015-03-31 - Tractor dealership burns to the ground in Eminence (Kentucky):

Note: They don't say how many tractors were destroyed but buyers expect to see tractors at a tractor dealership, so I'm sure there were some and maybe many...

2015-03-31 - Recycling business hit by outdoor fire before 5 AM near Carter Lake in Omaha (Nebraska), foul odor blows over city:

Quote: "The fire on the south side of International Paper Co., 1111 Fort St., was reported about 5 a.m. and was still smoldering hours later. Several fire crews responded to the location just north of Carter Lake and they remained on the scene dousing the bundled paper and cardboard that was awaiting recycling processing."

2015-03-31 - Smoke in the cockpit hits passenger plane, plane lands at Allegheny County Airport (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Fire crews responded to Allegheny County Airport Tuesday after receiving reports of smoke filling the cockpit of a plane."

2015-03-31 - Smoke in the cabin sends passenger plane to emergency landing in Boise (Idaho):

Note: Smoke just sent another passenger plane to an emergency landing in Van Nuys (California) too, mentioned in the 2015-03-28 update. These are the 35th and 36th aircraft to smoke or burn in 2015. There'll be more planes smoking, burning and crashing as time goes on. You can see it happening already if you're paying attention. If you've got some flying to do, you might want to get it done sooner rather than later because things are only going to continue to get worse...

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