Sunday, September 25, 2016

Event Update For 2016-09-24

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: Other Stories Of Interest

2016-09-24 - Hydrogen sulfide leaking from the water at Hoover Reservoir near Columbus (Ohio):

Quote: "Laura Young Mohr, spokeswoman for the Columbus water division, said the smell is caused by the summer heat raising the temperature of the top 15 to 25 feet of water. 'This isolates the colder bottom water from the surface water that has been heated by sunlight. Bacteria in the colder bottom water slowly consume the dissolved oxygen and convert sulfate to the hydrogen sulfide gas,' she said. That’s where the stink comes from."

2016-09-24 - Hydrogen sulfide leaking from wastewater plant in South Abington Township, Lackawanna County (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The smell is hydrogen sulfide, a gas produced from the breakdown of organic matter. The gas, poisonous in high concentrations but not dangerous once exposed to open air, must be vented for the safety of authority employees, Ms. Elliott said."

Note: Oh yeah? Tell that to the 29-year-old man who was outside in the open air and got gassed to death by hydrogen sulfide along with some of his cows in Amherst (Wisconsin), mentioned in the 2016-09-14 update. It doesn't matter if you're indoors or outdoors - if you're exposed to air that's 0.1% hydrogen sulfide (1 part per thousand) then you can be killed with one breath. Hydrogen sulfide is as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use to execute people in gas chambers. In WWI, the British weaponized hydrogen sulfide and used it to kill German soldiers during trench warfare. Obviously, the trenches were out in the open too. That worked well and killed the crap out of German soldiers because as a heavier-than-air gas, hydrogen sulfide hugged the ground and flowed into the trenches and reconcentrated. Of course, sometimes the wind would unexpectedly shift direction...

2016-09-24 - Crew member, 45, has heart attack on cruise ship 'Ruby Princess' near coastal Point Loma (California), medevac'd off:

2016-09-24 - Planet set to warm more rapidly as oceans reach limits of heat absorption:

2016-09-24 - Rising ocean temperatures threatening Maine lobster industry:

Quote: "A new study released by the University of Maine Darling Marine Center and Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences is warning that baby lobsters will not be able to survive in the Gulf of Maine's warming ocean waters..."

Note: Rising ocean temperatures are also threatening the humans-staying-alive industry...

2016-09-24 - Magnitude 6.9 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the Fiji Islands:

2016-09-24 - Magnitude 6.5 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the island of Mindanao (Philippine Islands):

2016-09-24 - Magnitude 6.0 earthquake strikes in the ocean near West Papua (Indonesia):

2016-09-24 - Magnitude 5.3+ earthquake strikes north of Bucharest (Romania):

2016-09-24 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes and alarms people in South Frontenac (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

Quote: "While South Frontenac fire crews and OPP quickly responded to the reports, they reported nothing visible and were unable to find a cause."

2016-09-24 - Massive explosion rocks residential area in Budapest (Hungary), 2 injured:

Note: This is the 315th residential explosion in 2016...

2016-09-24 - Pallet yard and salvage yard go up in flames in Wolverhampton (Britain):

Quote: "Around 50 firefighters tackled the blaze on Commercial Road, Horseley Fields on Saturday night as more than 400 pallets went up in flames. The fire also spread to a nearby scrap yard, with a number of cars set alight."

2016-09-24 - Wildfire season the worst in at least 28 years at Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming):

2016-09-24 - Passenger plane hit by 'burning smell', plane makes emergency landing in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Note: This is the 107th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2016...

2016-09-24 - Tanker ship 'Burgos' explodes and burns in the Gulf of Mexico near coastal Veracruz (Mexico), crew abandons ship:

Quote: "The blaze, reportedly caused by an explosion, took place about 8 miles off the coast of Boca del Rio in southeastern Veracruz state on the tanker Burgos."

Note: This is the 1268th boat or ship to burn in 2016...

2016-09-24 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on St Albans Road in St Albans (Britain):

Note: This is the 674th bus to burn in 2016...

2016-09-24 - Tractor and baler go up in flames near Homer Ary Road in Howe (Oklahoma):

2016-09-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Airport Road near coastal Kuching (Malaysia):

Note: These are the 1804th and 1805th tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2016...

2016-09-24 - Food truck bursts into flame on South 16th Street in Ames (Iowa):

2016-09-24 - Flatbed truck and car destroyed by fire at 11:26 PM while parked on Old Mill Road in coastal Torquay (Britain):

2016-09-24 - RV bursts into flame while parked on Hanscam Lane in coastal Harbor (Oregon), nobody there:

2016-09-24 - RV and shed go up in flames on Clifton View in Barwick, Yeovil (Britain):

Quote: "Incident is now scaling down, we can confirm that one touring caravan has been destroyed by fire, one large adjacent garage door has been severely damaged by fire, one large nearby summerhouse has been severely damaged by heat radiation and fire and also heat radiated damage to nearby conservatory."

Note: These are the 398th and 399th RVs to burn in 2016...

2016-09-24 - Van bursts into flame on street in coastal Vyborg (Russia):

2016-09-24 - Van bursts into flame on Crawley Road in Horsham (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Minivan bursts into flame on the M3 near Farnborough (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Scenic Drive near Stony Lake (Michigan):

2016-09-24 - Newly-restored Ferrari F40 bursts into flame:

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Milford (Connecticut):

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame on US 101 in coastal San Francisco (California):

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame on the Maine Turnpike in coastal Biddeford (Maine):

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame on Route 202 in Monmouth (Maine):

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame at 1:42 AM on Windsor Drive in Devizes (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Car bursts into flame on the A2 in Eltham (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Truck, motorcycle and eight accommodation buildings destroyed by fire in coastal Penang (Malaysia):

Quote: "The fire also destroyed a lorry, a motorcycle and various construction tools, he said, adding that the cause of the fire and the damage had yet to be ascertained."

2016-09-24 - Barn and hay destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Pittsylvania County (Virginia):

2016-09-24 - Barn containing dog grooming business destroyed by fire in Winn (Maine):

2016-09-24 - Two large barns, equipment and straw destroyed by fire near the Chadwell Bypass in Chadwell St Mary (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Hot dog stand bursts into flame in park in Lauderhill (Florida), near the coast, woman burned:

2016-09-24 - Industrial business heavily damaged by fire at 2:13 AM near Shawbury (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Home damaged by basement fire at 4:15 AM in Lititz (Pennsylvania):

2016-09-24 - Home damaged by basement fire at 1:30 AM in Thunder Bay (Canada), nobody there:

2016-09-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Goethe Road in coastal Bluffton (South Carolina):

2016-09-24 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire before 1 AM in coastal New Bedford (Massachusetts), 14 homeless:

2016-09-24 - Condo building heavily damaged by huge fire at 2:30 AM in Affton (Missouri):

Quote: "11 families are homeless after a four-alarm fire this morning in Affton. It broke out around 2:30 at the Southridge Condominiums in the 9900 block of South Bunker Hill Road. 11 homes sustained heavy damage. Others had water and smoke damage."

2016-09-24 - Deadly fire burns mobile home in El Paso (Texas), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2016-09-24 - Deadly fire burns home at 6 AM in Big Stone Gap (Virginia), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Deadly fire destroys home at 7:50 AM in Hamilton (New Jersey), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2016-09-24 - Deadly fire destroys home at 3:15 AM in coastal Wilmington (Delaware), 2 firefighters killed, 4 injured:

2016-09-24 - Vacant home burns at 4:31 AM in Lewiston (Idaho):

2016-09-24 - Vacant grocery store burns in Boiling Springs (South Carolina):

2016-09-24 - Vacant auto store goes up in flames in Fresno (California):

2016-09-24 - Vacant college building burns in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2016-09-24 - Three people found dead in the water near coastal Islamorada (Florida):

2016-09-24 - Man and woman found dead in home in coastal Bellingham (Washington):

2016-09-24 - Two people drop dead at home in Wabasca (Canada), near North and South Wabasca Lakes:

Quote: "Mounties from the Wabasca-Desmarais detachment were called to a report of two sudden deaths. Officers from the detachment, Edmonton major crimes and Peace River forensic identification unit are continuing to investigate, RCMP said Saturday."

2016-09-24 - Man in his 20s drops dead at home near the University of Buffalo in Buffalo (New York):

2016-09-24 - Man, 56, found dead in the water at boat launch in coastal Port Arthur (Texas):

2016-09-24 - Man drops dead on beach on coastal Ramrod Key (Florida):

Quote: "Detectives say there was no obvious signs of trauma on the man’s body which was found lying, on the remote strip of beach by the owner of the Ramrod Key property and some friends. The dead man had two bottles of water and a small amount of food near him when he was found."

2016-09-24 - Man found dead near Boulder Creek in Boulder (Colorado):

2016-09-24 - Man found dead in ditch near Bayou Oaks RV Park in Lake Charles (Louisiana):

Quote: "A body was found in a ditch outside of Bayou Oaks RV Park at 1p.m. Saturday, authorities said. According to Deputy Chief Mark Kraus, it looks like that the man just fell in the ditch and never got out."

Note: Well yeah, dead people don't make the best climbers...

2016-09-24 - Woman found dead in the Red River in Bossier City (Louisiana):

2016-09-24 - Girl, 5, found dead in swimming pool in Gwinnett County (Georgia):

2016-09-24 - Boy found dead in Five Mile Lake in Auburn (Washington):

2016-09-24 - Man found dead in wooded area in Valparaiso (Indiana):

2016-09-24 - Man, 77, falls off boat and dies at Lac des Trente et Un Milles (Canada):

2016-09-24 - Man, 69, found dead in the Wollondilly River near Goulburn (Australia):

2016-09-24 - In separate incidents, five people found dead in bodies of water in 24 hours in Nepal:

2016-09-24 - Man, 28, found dead in the water near the coast of Oman:

2016-09-24 - Person found dead in the sea near Co Clare (Ireland):

2016-09-24 - Boy, 14, found dead in the River Erewash in Stapleford (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Woman, 51, found dead at Berkshire College of Agriculture in Maidenhead (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Man, 45, found dead in the Grand Union Canal in Leicester (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Passenger plane lands, runs off runway, at airport in Siddharthanagar (Nepal):

2016-09-24 - Fighter jet crashes near Jamrud (Pakistan), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Small plane crashes near airport in Pearland (Texas), 2 injured:

2016-09-24 - Small plane crashes near Kennard-Kingscreek Road in Salem Township (Ohio), pilot not located:

2016-09-24 - Small plane crashes in Puslinch Township near the University of Guelph (Canada), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Small plane crashes near airport in Bromont (Canada), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Small plane crashes, bursts into flame, at air show in coastal Taean County (South Korea), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Two passenger trains collide in Boudouaou (Algeria), near the coast, 1 killed, 60 injured:

2016-09-24 - Passenger bus plunges into the Neelum River near Muzaffarabad (Pakistan), 24+ killed:

2016-09-24 - Tour bus veers off road, hits tree, crashes down embankment, near Yosemite National Park (California), 1 killed, 11 injured:

2016-09-24 - Tanker truck overturns into median at 6:45 AM, on the New York State Thruway near Harriman (New York):

2016-09-24 - Tractor trailer crashes into median and overturns, on I-70 near Grinnell (Kansas), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-75 in Toledo (Ohio):

2016-09-24 - Heavy truck overturns, bursts into flame, on I-44 at Highway 75 in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2016-09-24 - Van crashes off bridge at 11 PM, plunges into the Banana River, in Brevard County (Florida):

Quote: "The van was traveling along the Beachline Expressway across the Banana River when for an unknown reason it crashed into the water about 11 p.m., Brevard County Fire Rescue said."

2016-09-24 - Van veers off road, plunges into creek or river, near Omanaia (New Zealand), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Pickup truck and van collide head-on, on West River Drive in Davenport (Iowa), 3 injured:

2016-09-24 - Car and van collide head-on, near coastal Katikati (New Zealand), 3 injured:

2016-09-24 - Two cars collide head-on, on the N1 outside Mookgophong (South Africa), 2 killed, 3 injured:

2016-09-24 - Two cars crash at 12:30 AM, one bursts into flame, on West Bay Road in the Cayman Islands, 5 injured:

2016-09-24 - Car plows into home at 4:53 AM, bursts into flame, in Elgin (South Carolina), 2 killed:

2016-09-24 - Car veers off road at 3:19 AM, hits pole, in Tonbridge (Britain), 1 killed, 2 injured:

Note: Tonbridge is where a man in his 60s burst into flame and then died a few days later, mentioned in the 2016-08-09 update...

2016-09-24 - Car veers off road at 1:09 AM, slams into tree, in coastal Kittery (Maine), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Car veers off road, plunges into canal, in coastal Jupiter (Florida), 1 injured:

2016-09-24 - Car veers off road, overturns onto the banks of the St. Johns River near coastal St. Augustine (Florida), 1 killed:

2016-09-24 - Leopard attacks and kills 4-year-old boy near Nashik (India):

2016-09-24 - Huge landslide hits village and highway sinks 8 meters, in Yunnan Province (China):

2016-09-24 - Satellite data shows wastewater injections in gas and oil drilling responsible for earthquakes:

2016-09-24 - Lightning strike kills 3 people in Nashik (India):

2016-09-24 - Early snowfall hits Erzurum (Turkey):

2016-09-24 - Huge meteor filmed in the sky over Kent (Britain):

2016-09-24 - American Geophysical Union affirms financial relationship with ExxonMobil despite protests of scientists:

2016-09-24 - Monsanto licenses CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing technology for crops:

2016-09-24 - FBI finally releases long held Tesla documents on death ray, ball lightning and other information:

2016-09-24 - The three stages of an empire, and we're in the third stage:

2016-09-24 - Unexplained and apparently unfixable noise hits home in Dartford (Britain):

2016-09-24 - Man claims he can tell a woman's fortune by feeling her breasts:


  1. Well, here comes another week of 'surprises' for which no one is prepared. Reading this blog lets you in on the secret in plain sight - vehicles and buildings are blowing up, people are dropping dead and water is dangerous (and not just because of the drowning possibility).

    375 top scientists warn of ‘real, serious, immediate’ threat from global warming

    Yesterday, 375 of the world’s top scientists, including 30 Nobel Prize winners, published an open letter regarding climate change. In the letter, the scientists report that the evidence is clear: humans are causing climate change. We are now observing climate change and its affect across the globe. The seas are rising, the oceans are warming, the lower atmosphere is warming, the land is warming, ice is melting, rainfall patterns are changing and the ocean is becoming more acidic. [more]

    [add to that the H2S and CH4 'problems' Jonny describes daily]

    Iowa expects more rain, braces for record flooding

    Residents of Cedar Rapids and other parts of Eastern Iowa spent Saturday reinforcing preparations for floodwaters as some were evacuated from their homes and others were set to be told to leave later tonight.

    The National Weather Service on Saturday afternoon issued flood warning for eastern Iowa that river waters would continue to rise, in cases until some time Sunday and others not until the middle of the week, and state officials spent the day moving to protect property and help people get to safety. [more]

    Ocean acidification and pollution are silencing the seas

    Massive fish kill on Siesta Beach, Florida

    The water a deep rusty color and thousands of dead fish line the shore. At Siesta Beach, it's a similar scene with birds picking away at what's left behind. [more]

    Shallow 6.0 magnitude earthquake hits off Nago, Japan

    Town in New South Wales, Australia evacuated ahead of 'once in a generation' flood

    [right - but they happen way more frequently than the label implies]

    Rising floodwaters expected to inundate two rural NSW towns may cause problems with power and sewage for several days, despite lower and later-than-predicted peaks.

    the worst is now being predicted to hit next week. The Bureau of Meteorology predicts a second, higher peak next week

    "Around here, most of the harvesting is done in November and a lot of those crops have been washed away," [more]

    [and, finally, to keep the readers up to date]

    26 Incredible Facts About The Economy That Every American Should Know For The Trump-Clinton Debate

    [after thoroughly checking out all the candidates - even Jill Stein (who's a practicing Jew and we don't need any more reason to support Israel) & (climate change shithead) Johnson - there's no one to vote for, so i'll be sitting this one out]


  2. Teen surfer survives attack by 10-foot great white

    The 17-year-old high school student was surfing with friends on the first day of the students’ spring vacation when he was attacked off Ballina’s Lighthouse Beach early Monday, Ballina Mayor David Wright said.The 17-year-old high school student was surfing with friends on the first day of the students’ spring vacation when he was attacked off Ballina’s Lighthouse Beach early Monday, Ballina Mayor David Wright said.

    The shark struck from behind and bit across the board’s fins as the boy lay on the board paddling. The shark’s lower jaw tore into the fiberglass as its upper teeth clamped his right hip and thigh, Wright said.

    Parents killed, daughters injured in crash while on Disney vacation

    A vehicle drifted into their lane on Interstate 4 near DeLand and caused them to veer off the road and hit a tree about 12:30 p.m., according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Both parents died.

    Samsung Tablet Causes Emergency and Diversion on Trans-Atlantic Flight

    Two hurt in airliner emergency landing at Dulles

    United Express Flight 4919, a Dash 8 turboprop from Albany, N.Y., with 21 passengers on board, landed about 10:30 p.m. without the use of its nose-landing gear

    The cause of the nose-gear issue is being investigated, he said.

    Why Midway control tower went silent remains a mystery

    [4 min. video - this is from months ago - still no answer]


  3. [we've seen this before, but here's the official write up]
    Global warming threatens world’s coffee supply

    A report examining the many ways climate change threatens coffee and coffee farmers has alarmed people who are now imagining what it would be like getting through the day without their caffeine fix.

    The report, released this month by the Climate Institute, a nonprofit organization in Australia, was commissioned by Fairtrade Australia and New Zealand, the regional hub of the global Fairtrade system.

    Though it contains little new research, it has made waves by collating an array of available literature indicating that climate change will have a stark effect on the world’s coffee supply.

    [steady temperature increase will kill most plant life, so this is just to let the public know what's coming]

    Global warming increases U.S. flooding, and sewage hits the fan – ‘The true extent of sewage overflow is often undocumented and largely unknown’

    Record rainstorms across the U.S. in the past year have continued to make national news, causing billions of dollars of flood damage and killing dozens. But what has barely made headlines are that these floods often cause massive overflows of untreated sewage into streams, rivers, bays, canals, and even streets and homes. See the full report [pdf].

    Climate Central has investigated the extent of these sewage overflows. In most cases, we found reports that millions of gallons of untreated sewage were released into streets and waterways. These overflows can have devastating consequences for public health and the environment: they can trigger dangerous outbreaks of waterborne diseases and are often linked to fish kills. And when sewage overflows into homes and businesses, expensive remediation and decontamination is needed to make them safe again.

    Worse was the discovery that the true extent of sewage overflow is often undocumented and largely unknown.

    From the 70 sewage overflows we identified that had occurred in the past 20 months, overflows of more than one billion gallons combined were reported, triggering health warnings in dozens of cities. Local officials confirmed that these reported volumes are likely underestimating the true extent of overflows; during these flooding emergencies, there is typically no reliable way to determine how much untreated sewage gets into the waterways. [more]


  4. 'Huge meteor' fireball crashes to earth as flash of light is seen and houses shake near Turkey Beach, Australia

    [short video too]

    Lightning bolt kills 2 farmers in Jharkhand, India