Saturday, May 4, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-03

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-05-03 - Fishing boat bursts into flame, starts itself, smashes into other vessels, in coastal Coffs Harbour (Australia):
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like battery cables and other wiring on vehicles of all kinds. This is now the 5th event that I know of involving a motor or vehicle starting itself. This may be because a fire involving hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with copper might melt away insulation on wiring and the vehicle then basically 'hot-wires' itself and starts its own engine. And then you end up with a 'ghost vehicle' starting itself and moving around on its own, quite possibly while it's burning, as in this case...

2013-05-03 - Refueling plane explodes in midair then crashes after takeoff from US-run base in Kyrgyzstan, 2 killed, 1 missing:

Quote: "One resident of the agricultural and sheep-grazing area, Sherikbek Turusbekov, said the plane exploded in flight and split into three pieces as it fell."

Note: I wonder what happens if you fly operating combustion engines through a cloud of flammable methane and/or hydrogen sulfide. I bet sometimes you get an exploding plane that then crashes out of the sky...

2013-05-03 - Massive inferno breaks out at recycling center in Battle Creek (Michigan), firefighter collapses:

Quote: "It was a huge dramatic fire, one of the biggest in recent Battle Creek history, sending huge black plumes of smoke into the evening sky that could be seen for miles."

Quote: "The fire involved paper products outside, structures on the site, and a brushy area across 6½-Mile Road."

Quote: "Huge paper and cardboard bales appeared to make up the bulk of the material that was burning."

Quote: "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."

Note: The last quote is from the full hypothesis. The location of this facility is about 1000 feet from the Kalamazoo River. Also, two metal recycling centers burned in the previous two days. I mentioned metal-related facilities burning in the full hypothesis too, because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper and rusty iron/steel, both of which are common at metal-related facilities...

2013-05-03 - RV explodes and burns while parked in Poway (California), fire spreads to home, near the West Coast:

2013-05-03 - Petrochemical plant erupts in flame in coastal Point Comfort (Texas), 16 injured (2 critically):

2013-05-03 - Explosion hits apartment in coastal Stockholm (Sweden), 3 killed:

Quote: "A fire followed the explosion and forced residents of the building to be evacuated shortly afterwards, at around 4:30 am (02:30 GMT)."

Note: The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating above closer to the ground, making fires, explosions and poisoning by hydrogen sulfide more common during these hours...

2013-05-03 - Explosion and fire destroy home in East Norwich (New York), 1 mile from the coast, on Long Island:

Note: Looks like it was a nice house before it got all burned and blown up...

2013-05-03 - Explosion rocks power plant in Muscatine County (Iowa):

2013-05-03 - Transit bus bursts into flame on the island of Malta:

Quote: "This is the third bus catching fire? Many disabled people were happy with the intro of these buses because they allowed them mobility and rightly so. However, I ask myself what would happen if a bus catches fire and a mobility disabled person is on board with the result that he/she can't leave bus quickly?"

Note: That's a comment from one of the residents there. So, three transit buses have burst into flame there, recently enough to stick in someone's mind...

Quote: "Otherwise how would you explain these incidents. Two buses catching fire in a week."

Note: So not just three buses burning up recently, but two in one week. That's escalation there, and it sounds like people are slowly beginning to tune in to the fact that what's occurring is out-of-the-ordinary...

2013-05-03 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in coastal Muntazah (Qatar):,42671,42671

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked at business in Kitchener (Canada), fire spreads to two more trucks:

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M1 at Yatala (Australia), near the coast:

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in Trader Joe's parking lot in Redding (California):

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on NC 24 in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M42 near Redditch (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Semi bursts into flame on trailer being hauled by semi, both semis burn, on I-94, near Paw Paw (Michigan):

Note: Huh, never really occurred to me how semis get moved around. Always kinda figured they got driven, but apparently sometimes they're trailered and hauled by other semis. The semi that burst into flame here was the non-running vehicle being transported on a trailer, then the fire spread to the towing semi...

2013-05-03 - Garbage truck bursts into flame inside storage barn, fire spreads to second truck, in Centralia (Illinois):

Quote: "The city has rented a truck from Dayne's Waste Disposal in Mexico, Mo., and will add one person from Dayne's staff to the city's two-person crew 'while we consider our options,' he said."

Note: This occurred shortly before 2 AM, the wee hours, when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating in the atmosphere above closer to the ground, thus making explosions, fires and hydrogen sulfide poisoning more likely during those hours. The loss of these garbage trucks means that Centralia is RENTING a garbage truck, else there would be no trash pickup service for residents. This is a harbinger of things to come as human infrastructure degrades, including delivery of goods and services - like food and fuel and medicine, for three examples.

2013-05-03 - Truck bursts into flame on I-465 in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-05-03 - RV and motorcycle burst into flame at Parkland Caravan Site, Sorely, Kingsbridge (Britain):

2013-05-03 - RV bursts into flame at Eggwood Farm, Merriott (Britain):

2013-05-03 - RV bursts into flame at home on Harvey Crescent in Telford (Britain):

2013-05-03 - School van bursts into flame in Lucknow (India), driver and 2 children burned:

Note: The driver was seriously burned, the children lightly burned...

2013-05-03 - Camper-van bursts into flame on the A9 near coastal Inverness (Scotland):

2013-05-03 - Van bursts into flame near Rainhill Stoops at the M62 (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Van explodes and burns in Lankana (Pakistan), 3 miles from the Indus River, 4 killed, 13 injured:

2013-05-03 - Minivan bursts into flame on Pearson Drive in Asheville (North Carolina), explosion mentioned:

Quote: "No one was hurt, but one neighbor reported hearing an explosion."

2013-05-03 - SUV bursts into flame, fire spreads, destroys four boats, at storage facility near Louisville (Kentucky):

2013-05-03 - SUV bursts into flame while parked in Lexington (Kentucky), fire damages nearby home too:

Quote: "Family members in a home along Eastway Drive woke up around 1:45 a.m. hearing popping sounds outside. When they looked out, they saw an SUV in the driveway burning. The vehicle was only about 10 feet away from the house and burned so hot, siding on the home melted."

Note: The 'popping sounds' have been heard right as many fires have broken out this past year or two. Those sounds are likely small explosions as hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes find an ignition source and detonate. Since hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like battery cables on vehicles, no initial fire or flame or heat source is required to get these non-running vehicular fires going. Also, the wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating above closer to the ground, making fires, explosions and poisoning by hydrogen sulfide more common during these hours...

2013-05-03 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal Baiting Hollow (New York):

Quote: "The truck, a Ford F-150, was not running at the time of the incidents and the residents of the house were not even home..."

Note: Vehicles need not be running to burst into flame. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like battery cables and other wiring in vehicles. This is the likely cause of a great many of the non-running vehicles bursting into flame now. If this family had parked their pickup next to their home then they might have lost everything. The fact that non-running battery-using equipment can now spontaneously combust fairly easily is why I think it unwise to park vehicles near homes or near other vehicles...

2013-05-03 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near intersection in Helena (Montana):

2013-05-03 - Jeep bursts into flame on Highway 18 near Crestline (California):

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 29 near Lakeport (California), catches fire again later:

Quote: "Flames broke out and it took a while for firefighters to put them out a lot longer than anyone expected, according to reports that indicated the vehicle caught fire again as it was being towed on Highway 29 near Lower Lake."

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage, fire spreads to garage, in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame at equestrian center in Northaw (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Lovely Lane in Warrington (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Chester Road in Whitby in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Main Street in Moose Jaw (Canada):

2013-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 111 in Dunlap (Tennessee):

2013-05-03 - In separate incidents, two pallets of cardboard and parked car burst into flame, in Wrexham (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Vehicle bursts into flame inside garage, fire spreads, 3 homes destroyed, in Saskatoon (Canada):

Quote: "Neighbours said they heard pops from explosions and then saw flames around 3 a.m. in the city’s Wildwood neighbourhood. An update from Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services shows that the blaze started in the garage of 603-415 Heritage Crescent. Officials said some sort of malfunction in the vehicle sparked a flame."

Note: Wee hours again, when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating above closer to the ground, making fires, explosions and poisoning by hydrogen sulfide more common during these hours. Also, people still park vehicles near their homes?!

2013-05-03 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at gas station in Erie (Pennsylvania), near Lake Erie:

2013-05-03- RV trailer bursts into flame at car dealer in coastal Patchogue (New York):

2013-05-03 - Wrecked Jeep bursts into flame, fire spreads, destroys boat too, in Norway (Maine):

Note: Hours earlier, the Jeep overturned and seriously injured the driver. They towed the Jeep to a lot, then it burst into flame, hours after the accident, then the fire spread to a nearby boat and destroyed that too...

2013-05-03 - Car and home catch fire in Cambria (New York):

2013-05-03 - Auto parts store catches fire in Tolland (Connecticut):

2013-05-03 - Vehicles, equipment and barn destroyed by fire in Monroe County (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The fire even sparked a brush fire near Marshalls Creek."

2013-05-03 - SUV and barn destroyed by fire in Buxton (Maine), near the East Coast:

Quote: "The barn was used for storage for vehicles."

2013-05-03 - Barn destroyed by explosion and fire on Golf Course Road in Robeson Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Moyer said he heard an explosion right before the fire started."

Quote: "The barn went up like someone dropped a bomb on it..."

2013-05-03 - Fire devastates multiple structures at farm near North Diamond Lake Road in Dayton (Minnesota):

Quote: "...firefighters also faced a challenge in the property itself. The century-old farm is strewn with old trucks, lumber, farm equipment, even parts of an airplane and a Greyhound bus."

Quote: "...there was a sheep barn, an old streetcar that was used for a granary, a steel granary, a machine shed, an RV full of tires, an old pumphouse, and an old milkhouse."

2013-05-03 - Underground pipes explode at gas station, 3 homes damaged, in Marapalam Village in coastal West Sumatra (Indonesia):

2013-05-03 - Marsh bursts into flame near Alexandria Bay (New York):

Quote: "Cattails in the marsh were ablaze and the flames were spreading fast."

2013-05-03 - Pile of mulch bursts into flame, fire spreads, several businesses damaged, in Skippack (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-03 - Trash can bursts into flame, fire spreads to SUV then two cars, at university in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2013-05-03 - Park bench bursts into flame on Rileys Lane in Alderley Edge (Britain):

Note: Park bench made of wood? All absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, clothing, wool, cotton, mulch, generic trash, etc.

2013-05-03 - Blaze tears through two buildings on Main Street in Waterville (Maine), near the Kennebec River:

2013-05-03 - Fire rips through home in Topanga Canyon (California), large propane tank explodes, 5 miles from the coast:,0,1386563.story

2013-05-03 - Home under construction destroyed by fire in Henderson (Nevada):

Note: Homes under construction are inherently more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. That's especially true in the framing stage when all that lumber is exposed to the atmosphere...

2013-05-03 - Vacant home burns in Aberdeen (Maryland), near the coast:,0,9402.story

2013-05-03 - Hundreds or thousands of fish washing ashore dead at Jensen Beach (Florida), plus stingrays, octopus, turtle:

Quote: "'Sting rays, an octopus which is really rare, a 25 pound snook washed up and a sea turtle..and I have had random oddball fish washing up.' Way said he saw all these die in the last month in the same region as the fish kill. 'That was prior to the rain. We have had rain for the last 3 days.'"

2013-05-03 - Fishing vessel skipper, 46, goes missing, then found dead in the water near Belkofski (Alaska):

Note: Not long ago, two men, 44 and 41, were found dead on separate boats in harbors near Kodiak (Alaska), as mentioned in the 2013-04-22 update. Looks like the jet stream is probably bringing hydrogen sulfide up to the coast in Alaska, knocking people dead here and there. Because hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out the same areas that water does, any activity on bodies of water is now inherently more dangerous than it's ever been before: boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking, tubing, etc.

2013-05-03 - Boy, 10, goes missing while swimming in pond in Worcester (Massachusetts), found dead:

2013-05-03 - Fisherman, 49, goes missing in Lake Taupo (New Zealand), found dead:

2013-05-03 - Man, 20 to 40, found dead on reef at Sand Island near coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

2013-05-03 - Man, about 50, washes ashore dead at beach in Huguenot (New York), on Staten Island:

2013-05-03 - Missing fisherman, 46, found dead in Flaming Gorge Reservoir (Utah):

2013-05-03 - Man, 43, found slumped over dead in car in Cambria (New York):

Quote: "It looked like he just pulled over and died..."

Note: Get a whiff of air that's 0.1% hydrogen sulfide (which is lethal) while you're driving and this is probably the best possible result. Better than veering over the centerline and hitting another vehicle head-on or plunging into a river to be found months later...

2013-05-03 - Woman found dead in her car at Motel 6 in Knox County (Tennessee):

2013-05-03 - Man, mid-50s, found dead at intersection in coastal Ft. Lauderdale (Florida):

2013-05-03 - Person drops dead in Ramada Inn in State College (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-03 - Man, 70, drops dead in street in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2013-05-03 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Moscow (Russia) after oxygen masks deploy:

2013-05-03 - Military helicopter crashes in Punjab province (Pakistan), 2 injured:

2013-05-03 - Passenger bus and truck collide head-on, bus bursts into flame, in Iran, 17 killed:,-killing-.aspx

2013-05-03 - Tanker truck hauling diesel overturns along I-376 in Hopewell Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer hauling grated cheese overturns near Hamilton (New Zealand), 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - Tractor trailer hauling groceries overturns near Adair (Oklahoma):

2013-05-03 - Coal truck overturns on Highway 250 near Cadiz (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - RV and semi collide head-on, near Moses Lake (Washington), 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - Van goes over cliff, crashes into house, in coastal San Francisco (California), 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - SUV veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in coastal Onslow County (North Carolina), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - Pickup truck and semi collide head-on, semi overturns into water-filled ditch, in Jonesboro (Arkansas):

2013-05-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits fuel tanker truck head-on, truck bursts into flame, in Keene (New Hampshire), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-03 - Car smashes back of daycare van in coastal Ft. Lauderdale (Florida), 1 killed, 7 injured:

2013-05-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits minivan head-on, in Ogdensburg (New York), 3 killed, 2 injured:

Note: Ogdensburg is right on the banks of the St. Lawrence River...

2013-05-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Oswegatchie (New York), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2013-05-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on bridge in St. Catharines (Canada), 3 injured:

2013-05-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Knox County (Tennessee), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2013-05-03 - Car crashes 200 feet down embankment near the San Luis Reservoir (California), 1 killed:

2013-05-03 - Dog attacks woman, bites off chunk of her nose, her husband bites dog's nose to save her, in Madrid (Iowa):

2013-05-03 - Sinkhole opens up on road in northern Manchester (Britain):

2013-05-03 - Sinkhole opens up on street in Grand Island (Nebraska), second in two weeks:

2013-05-03 - Sinkhole opens up on Jack Bond Road in Arlington (Tennessee):

2013-05-03 - Oregon officials worried about size of early season wildfires:

2013-05-03 - Experts say early wildfires bode ill for California fire season:

Note: Both are coastal states. Both are downwind of the giant oceanic dead zone known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which is surely pluming highly flammable heavier-than-air hydrogen sulfide now. The atmosphere is also filling up with highly flammable methane. In fact, in March, methane burped up from Santa Monica Bay in California, and the city was hit with a 'foul odor' (which obviously wasn't methane since methane is odorless, but it may have been hydrogen sulfide), as mentioned in the 2013-03-03  update. So yeah, they're wise to expect a horrifying fire season. The fires were already pretty horrifying before fire season even began. Also, there are 500 million dead trees in Texas alone, that died from drought and have been drying out and absorbing flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane for a year now. That could soon produce an apocalyptic wildfire scenario for Texas...


  1. I wake up an check for updates on here before i even have coffee, but mostly to keep updated on animal die offs, people just dont understand how dier this is

    1. Before coffee?! I don't think those words are supposed to go together like that. I better have a cup of coffee and see if it makes more sense then. Heh.

  2. Update for Germany, Austria and Switzerland

    Part 1

    2013-05-04: UPDATE on Blaze damages Factory producing elevators in Düsseldorf, Germany (2013-05-02): Fire was started by a cigarette.

    2013-05-04: Man, 57, found Dead in Lake near Denzlingen, Germany. Police suspect an accident or natural death.
    +48° 5' 2.09", +7° 53' 32.06"

    2013-05-04: Missing Soldier, 24, found dead in the water in coastal Wilhelmshaven, Germany. He had been missing for 2 and a half months and was last seen, when he went home from his job in the kitchen of the Frigate "Brandenburg". Around 1:30 AM he called his wife, to tell her that he was on his way home now.
    +53° 32' 13.44", +8° 9' 54.26"

    2013-05-04: Dead fisherman, 71, found in Ziegelinnensee in coastal Schwerin, Germany. He was wearing his fishing gear and gumboots, when he fell into the water.
    +53° 38' 27.51", +11° 25' 4.39"[tt_news]=19827&cHash=825be6ea450a78b6ab399a6b14d2a41b

    2013-05-04: Thousands of additional dead Carps pulled out of Heyda Talsperre in Heyda, Germany. So far 3000+ dead silver carps, 25 tons, have been fished out, but they see "no end to it". They suspect the long winter might have caused the lake to go hypoxic, yet they call it the "mysterious carp die-off". Other species living in the lake haven't been affected.
    Two carcasses have been sent to Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut on the island Riems. Results are expected around wednesday. will keep an eye on that.
    +50° 44' 24.05", +10° 57' 23.41"

    2013-05-04: Fire in Storage Hall in Düsseldorf-Holthausen, Germany. Right next to river Rhein. Cause unknown yet.
    +51° 9' 57.98", +6° 50' 19.64"

    2013-05-04: Fire in Battery Factory in Ellwangen, Germany. Several small explosions. River and a small stream nearby.
    +48° 57' 44.10", +10° 7' 57.60";art1180785,1982193

    2013-05-04: Huge Blaze Destroys Barn containing agricultural machinery in BAD Abbach, Germany. River Danube is right next to Bad Abbach. Also, the Sulfur Spring of Bad Abbach are known since the time of Roman Occupation. Their high content of Hydrogen Sulfide is remarkable:
    Residients reported cracking burst, sounding like gunfire. Nobody knows, what caused the fire. "It's a mystery, police didn't find any clues as to what startet the fire."
    +48° 56' 2.44", +12° 2' 17.56"

  3. Part 2

    2013-05-04: Huge Blaze Destroys Factory Hall in BAD Schönborn-Langenbrücken, Germany. The fire started in the vulcanizatin machine. A loud explosion was noticed first. Bad Schönborn is another spa-town that has a healing sulfur spring. (Number 7)
    +49° 11' 50.40", +8° 38' 23.49"

    2013-05-03: 17yo found Dead in Biogas Plant in Ziersdorf, Austria. The body was discovered in a pool full of liquid manure.
    +48° 31' 59.80", +15° 53' 59.42"

    2013-05-03: Fire in Storage Hall in Stuttgart Harbor, Germany. The hall contained hazardous waste. Just last Friday there had been a fire in the same street.
    +48° 45' 51.02", +9° 15' 31.94"

    2013-05-03: Truck transporting Paper burst into flame on Autobahn near Boblitz, Germany. Cause unknown. Lakes closeby.
    +51° 50' 13.76", +13° 57' 45.33"

    2013-05-03: Two fires in one night in a Hotel in Ramsau, Germany. River Ache runs through town.
    +47° 36' 30.05", +12° 54' 1.31"

    1. Thanks as always! Got those added. I also bolded some words to highlight info, and I removed the elevator factory and update showing it to be caused by a cigarette, since that'd just distract from the other stuff.

      If they can come up with something believable I usually let it go. That doesn't mean I believe everything I'm told though. For example, let's say someone lights a cigarette in Berlin right as a big gas plume descends and a huge explosion destroys Berlin. The news headline might read: 'Berlin destroyed by cigarette!' Cigarettes may serve as the ignition source, sure, or static electricity, rusty iron, whatever. But the final result may be because of gases in the atmosphere, not because of the source of ignition for the gases.

    2. Also, if YOU want something bolded, you can just put it in all capitals, and from now on I will understand that's what you want. Just think of me as your bolding tool! That won't work here in the comments (can't edit these), but once I copy the info to the actual 'German Events' posts, then it'll show up.

  4. Jonny - did you see this terrible limousine explosion over the ocean in SF ??? SO SAD! Everyone needs one of those glass breakers in your car!

    1. Yep, it's in the 2013-05-04 update. And you're right, doesn't get much sadder than that - women going to a bachelorette party, and the bride-to-be and 4 friends burned alive. And it was on a bridge over a bay on a coast too. I don't know much about stretch limos like that, but if they have rear brakes then that's where it looked like that fire started.