Sunday, May 5, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-04

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
2013-05-04 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame, explosion mentioned, makes emergency landing in Helsinki (Finland):
Quote: "A photo published by Finland’s YLE showed a fire burning in the left wing of the aircraft and the broadcaster reported that passengers heard an explosion."
Note: Flying through an increasingly flammable atmosphere is seriously beginning to seem less than safe, to me anyway. A refueling plane exploded in midair then crashed after takeoff from a US-run base in Kyrgyzstan just the day prior, as mentioned in the 2013-05-03 update...

2013-05-04 - Limousine bursts into flame on the San Mateo Bridge (California), 5 women incinerated, 4 people injured:,0,6478940.story

Note: The San Mateo Bridge goes over San Francisco Bay, linking the San Francisco Peninsula with the East Bay...

2013-05-04 - Towering blaze destroys stacks of pallets, lumber, trucks and tires at pallet company in Fontana (California):

Quote: "A family-run business in Fontana that employs 80 people was staggered Saturday, May 4, when wind-driven flames tore through stacks of wooden pallets and the raw lumber used to assemble them. Delivery trucks and tires also burned, and propane tanks exploded at Ramirez Pallets, 8431 Sultana Ave."

Note: There have been many pallet-related fires this past year or so. All absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, sawdust, mulch, straw, hay, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool, etc. So pallets have that vulnerability. They also have another vulnerability: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel and pallets are held together with nails and screws which rust. Finally, pallets are often kept outside - as with this business - where they are fully exposed to whatever hydrogen sulfide or methane blows through in the atmosphere. This fire may have been even worse than the inferno that destroyed 100,000 pallets at a pallet company in Tippecanoe County (Indiana), as mentioned in the 2013-01-05 update...

2013-05-04 - RV bursts into flame, fire spreads to six more RVs, at RV park near Benalla (Australia):

Quote: "A CFA volunteer, a resident of the Midland Holiday Park at Lima South, and the caravan park owner reported a fire at a caravan shortly before 5pm. A  CFA spokesman said fire spread quickly to a further six caravans and annexes with 48 fire-fighters from 12 brigades protecting adjacent structures as residents were evacuated."

2013-05-04 - Five lobster boats incinerated by fierce blaze at dock in Tabusintac, New Brunswick (Canada), on Miramichi Bay:

2013-05-04 - Sawdust hopper bursts into flame at East Tennessee Wood Products in Seymour (Tennessee):

Note: Let's look at some related fires this past week. On April 27, an explosion and fire hit a wood pellet plant in North Clarendon (Vermont). On April 30, a massive fire erupted in sawdust silos at an Ethan Allen furniture plant in Orleans (Vermont). On May 1, a sawdust silo burst into flame at a furniture plant in Bradford (Vermont). On May 2, a sawdust hopper burst into flame at a furniture and mattress manufacturer in Salt Lake City (Utah). All absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, mulch, straw, hay, clothing, cotton, wool, generic trash, etc. Clearly sawdust is going to be a huge problem. If businesses don't protect their sawdust hoppers and sawdust silos and the like from the atmosphere then those businesses are gonna burn and maybe explode...

2013-05-04 - Explosion followed by fire damages manufacturing plant in Sheboygan Falls (Wisconsin):

Quote: "According to the witness, the fire began at about 4:30 a.m. Saturday."

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

2013-05-04 - Transit bus bursts into flame in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight (Britain), third in three weeks:

Quote: "Two pumping appliances from the Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service are this morning tackling a bus fire in Ventnor, the third in as many weeks."

2013-05-04 - Tanker truck bursts into flame in Hewlett (New York), on Long Island, roads closed, homes evacuated:

Quote: "A tanker-truck fire Saturday morning prompted the evacuation of homes and closed parts of four roads in the South Shore hamlet of Hewlett."

2013-05-04 - Tractor bursts into flame at farm in Chilcote Drove near Wells (Britain):

2013-05-04 - Six cars burst into flame at around 4 AM in High Wycombe (Britain):

2013-05-04 - Three cars burst into flame inside auto shop in Scarborough (Canada):

Quote: "It happened around 2 a.m. at Pic Auto Sales & Service on Kingston Road at Ellesmere."

Note: Wee hours again...

2013-05-04 - Two cars burst into flame within 2 minutes while parked a few blocks from each other in Indiana (Pennsylvania):,17187128/

Note: That's a sign of a flammable gas plume blowing through an area, igniting stuff here and there as it goes...

2013-05-04 - Car bursts into flame on Hector Street in Grant Park in Winnipeg (Canada):

2013-05-04 - Car bursts into flame on highway in Jammu (India):

2013-05-04 - Car bursts into flame in Austin (Minnesota):

2013-05-04 - Car, dirt bikes, ATV and garage destroyed by fire in Black Forest (Colorado):

2013-05-04 - Boats and barn destroyed by fire in Wayne (Maine):

Quote: "...the two-story, 30-by-40 foot building was used to store boats and antiques."

Note: Wayne is right next to Androscoggin Lake...

2013-05-04 - Two Cadillacs, lumber and barn destroyed by fire in Monroe Township (Michigan):

2013-05-04 - Vehicle parts and barn destroyed by fire in Boroughbridge (Britain):

2013-05-04 - RV and barn destroyed by fire near Boise (Idaho), in Ada County:

2013-05-04 - Truck and barn destroyed by fire, home damaged, in Lapeer Township (Michigan):

2013-05-04 - Barn destroyed by fire in Giroux, Manitoba (Canada), More than 100 cows killed:

2013-05-04 - Garage bursts into flame at 3 AM at home in Beavercreek (Ohio):

2013-05-04 - Mortar explodes during training exercise in coastal Situbondo (Indonesia), 2 killed, 4 injured:

2013-05-04 - Massive fire destroys condo complex under construction in Ontario (Canada):

Note: Because they're not as well-sealed against the atmosphere, buildings under construction are more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. Vacant homes and unoccupied homes are more vulnerable than well-sealed occupied homes too...

2013-05-04 - Vacant home explodes and burns at 3:30 AM in Milwaukie (Oregon):

2013-05-04 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Rochester (New York):

2013-05-04 - Vacant home burns in Fond du Lac (Wisconsin):

2013-05-04 - Vacant house undergoing renovation destroyed by fire in Spokane (Washington):

2013-05-04 - Vacant building erupts in flame, fire spreads to apartment building, in Lowell (Massachusetts):

Note: It's becoming increasingly dangerous to live next to a vacant structure...

2013-05-04 - Vacant Royal Cape Breton Yacht Club destroyed by fire on the shore in coastal Sydney (Australia):

2013-05-04 - Thousands of carp found dead in lake in Heyda (Germany):

Note: Stories are in German. Google Translate is here if you want to translate to your own language. The pics make those guys look like the best fishermen ever, boats just loaded with dead fish...

2013-05-04 - Two men in their 20s found dead in swimming pool in Kibbutz Yotvata (Israel):

Note: This event is very similar to the man and woman found dead in a swimming pool at a luxury hotel in Essex (Britain), as mentioned in the 2013-04-27 update. Swimming pools are 'low-lying areas'. Just as they hold water, a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will also accumulate in pools, forming a layer on the top of the water and the gas may also contaminate the water itself (since it's water soluble).

2013-05-04 - Couple, 81 and 78, found dead outside, near fence on their property in Love County (Oklahoma):

2013-05-04 - Man, 64, goes fishing, next seen dead in pond in Harrison County (Mississippi):

2013-05-04 - Body found in the Connecticut River in Windor (Connecticut):

2013-05-04 - Missing man found dead in the Susquehanna River near Narvon (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "This is the second body pulled from the river this week, and the fourth in just over two weeks."

2013-05-04 - Woman, 26, found dead on side of road in Penllergaer (Britain), 2 miles from the coast:

2013-05-04 - Missing man, 46, found dead in the Androscoggin River in Auburn (Maine):

2013-05-04 - Man, 31, found dead outside high-rise in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-05-04 - Man, 55,  found dead on street in Ennis (Ireland), near the River Fergus:

2013-05-04 - Man found dead in SUV in coastal Essex (Maryland):

2013-05-04 - Man, 59, found dead sitting in chair at shopping mall in coastal Penampand (Malaysia) on the island of Borneo:

2013-05-04 - Small plane crashes in field in coastal Suffolk (Virginia), 2 killed:

2013-05-04 - Small plane crashes in the Laurentian Mountains near riverside town of Mont Laurier (Canada), 1 killed:

2013-05-04 - Small plane sends out mayday, crashes in field in Lancaster County (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-04 - Helicopter crashes near irrigation canal in Somerton (Arizona), catches fire, pilot walks away with a scratch:

2013-05-03 - Glider crashes at airport in Tinicum Township (Pennsylania), 1 injured:

2013-05-04 - Freight train derails near port in Ghent (Belgium), chemical cars burst into flame, explode, 1 killed, 17 injured:

2013-05-04 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-95 in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida), 2 critically injured:

Quote: "According to the report, one patient was taken from a vehicle involved and taken to the trauma unit where they received a partial amputation."

2013-05-04 - Garbage truck overturns on I-435 in Kansas City (Missouri):

2013-05-04 - Minivan AND van veer left of center, collide head-on, on West Riverview Avenue in Dayton (Ohio), 2 injured:

2013-05-04 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, in Fairfield County (Ohio), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-05-04 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near coastal Manakau (New Zealand), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-04 - Two cars collide head-on, in Vaughan (Canada), 2 injured:

2013-05-04 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in South Kirby (Britain), 5 injured:


  1. Here's an article in English reporting on the thousands of dead carps in Germany:

    Another article from today states, that there had been 13.000 carps put in that lake in the 1980s in order to extract a medical serum from them. It also reports, that they now expect, that all of the silver carps will eventually die. Allegedly this has been happening in two other lakes in Germany too, some years ago, where these exact same carps had been put in.

    "These carps, born in Eastern Asia, don't reproduce in German waters, it's too cold for them." This statement should be key, and the answer to the mystery imho. they simply didn't produce offspring and now they're old and die. But why is nobody coming to this conclusion?

    1. Maybe the water temps aren't so cold anymore. There were some rivers here in the US that hit 96-97 degrees (Fahrenheit) this past year, never-before-seen temperatures. The water in the Gulf of Mexico hit 100 degrees in 2011. There was a 5-degree (Celsius) increase in oceanic water temps near Australia last year. (That's a HUGE amount of thermal energy, to do that.) All the volcanic activity happening around the world is a sign of heat moving closer to the surface of the Earth, which looks like it is affecting water temps, at least in some places.

  2. We had the harshest winter since, I think 1883 or so, here in Germany. So I don't think the water has gotten warmer in that lake. In fact, it was reported that officials think, a whole lot of these carps had already been dead, when the lake was still frozen.

    Oh, and I forgot the link to that second article:

    1. Yes, but you're talking about the temps of the atmosphere, when you say cold winter. But what if the heat is coming from BELOW? Then we may get the worst of both worlds: the Earth's waters heat up, volcanoes detonate everywhere, and we get harsh freezing volcanic winter on land (e.g. the atmosphere gets cold) while the oceans and other waters keep getting hotter and gush methane and hydrogen sulfide. Then eventually the volcanic winter ends after the particulates dissipate and then we bake in 140-degree temps (at the equator). I used to just be worried about volcanic winter, then I was worried about the problem with methane and hydrogen sulfide, but finally I started to see that we might actually get BOTH. If we get a BIG volcanic eruption, we could get a 1000-year ice age, even while the Earth's waters heat up.

    2. Also, the heat coming from below, that's another reason that they're building underground bases at higher elevations embedded in thick continental bedrock, like Colorado and Utah. Not only will they be somewhat safer there from heavier-than-air hydrogen sulfide and protected from the atmospheric fires and explosions, they'll also be safer from the heat and magma pushing up from below. There've been a number of incidents of the GROUND heating up, even getting smoking hot - South America and Africa and California come to mind. Hard to build workable underground facilities if the ground around you gets too hot; that'd be like trying to create a city inside an oven.

      I think the Moon will be much more habitable than the Earth very soon, if it isn't already. No heat problems, no poison gas problems, no fire and explosion problems, no volcanic or seismic problems. No AIR, true, but there's water, and you can make air from that. Plus, the Moon isn't volcanic, so you can dig down as deep as you want with little or no worry. And lack of air is a much easier problem to solve than all the other problems we're going to have - or are already having - on Earth.

      If you ever take a serious look at Japan's JAXA photos of the back side of the Moon, there are many rectangles and squares (probably buildings), what looks like roads going from crater to crater (probably to mine water to make air), all kindsa stuff back there, unviewable from the surface of the Earth. They've probably already got a significant population on the Moon, so that as the Earth dies from fires, explosions and poison gas, the species won't go extinct. I hope they've got enough manufacturing capability in place there, for when we're gone. If not, they better hurry up!

  3. well, I guess it IS a possibility, that lakes are warming up from below...especially in volcanic regions.
    Do you know the youube channel Suspicious 0bservers? He's been looking into all kinds of things for some time now, mainly trying to predict earthquakes via Quake Watches. Last year he made a video about a bouy south of indonesia, which showed some very odd readings. Recently he made another one on Bouy 53046. This thing has measured a sea-level-drop of ca. 1200 m. S0 propeoses, there might be a GIANT active volcano forming under the sea.

    Gotta check out those JAXA photos later!

    1. Right, especially in volcanic regions, like all those 'Bad' cities in Germany! Hot springs, heat from below. If you've always had some of that then you'll see MORE of that.

      I do not doubt AT ALL that new undersea volcanoes are forming. A volcano erupted off the coast of Oregon in 2010, but nobody even knew until 2011. That area where the ocean heated up 5 degrees C near Australia, a huge pumice 'raft' was seem there too, and those pumice rafts come from volcanic eruptions, so there's at least two.

      But you can be SURE there are many, many more. Why? Because there are 3 million volcanoes on Earth, but the ocean plates are thinnest, so they're more common in the oceans. And the oceans make up 70% of the surface area too, so of those 3 million volcanoes, probably 80% of them are in the oceans, or 2.4 million of them, compared to 0.6 million on land. Yet in the last, say, three years, we've been told about 100+ volcanic eruptions, but only a handful of those were in the oceans. Those numbers are nonsense. If we've seen 100 volcanic LAND eruptions in 3 years then there have been at least 300 or 400 ADDITIONAL undersea volcanic eruptions in that time, that nobody has told us about, and those are going to heat the waters up significantly.

      Yes, I've seen SO's stuff. He's smart to watch those buoys. There have been lots of anomalous buoy movements, and at least some of those have to represent volcanic activity occurring on the ocean floors.

      I don't focus much on that because ultimately the real problem we have to face - or at least the deadliest problem - is an atmospheric problem. I am glad he's there keeping an eye on that sort of thing though; more knowledge and more information is always good!

    2. The Youtube channel: 1967sander has some very interesting videos about the Moon but there are other YT channels that also have good info (& disinfo!) about the Moon.
      John Lear (& others) believes that the Moon is artificial & that it was towed into place. Even if you don't agree with him I recommend watching his interviews on YT.
      There is a very interesting video about an enormous ancient space ship that was found on the dark side of the Moon. They say that this craft was entered by some of our astronauts (& some Russians on a secret mission) & that they found a bodies. Here is an excerpt from a website called 'Viewzone,com':

      Background Story

      The story comes to us from a man who claims he was on a special NASA mission:

      William Rutledge is retired and now lives in Africa. He recently came out to reveal some amazing facts about his involvement with NASA in the late 70s. Rutledge claims to have worked on at least two missions to the Moon, including the failed Apollo 19, and the Apollo 20, which he says was launched in August of 1976 from Vandenberg Air Force Base.

      Both of these missions, according to Rutledge, were "classified joint Space missions" resulting from collaborations between U.S. and Soviet governments. They do not appear on any roster of NASA missions -- and, if this is true -- for good reasons.

      "The purpose of these missions was to investigate a large object on the far side of the moon in the Delporte-Izsak region, allegedly discovered and photographed during the Apollo 15 mission. The object, which vaguely resembled an "X-Wing" fighter as seen in the Star Wars films, was supposed to have been a very large alien spacecraft which had crashed or was otherwise abandoned on the Moon in ancient times."

      Rutledge claims that they (with Soviet Cosmonaut, Lexei Leonov) landed a Lunar Module (Russian made) near the alien ship and actually entered it. Certain atrifacts were discovered and recovered, including two bodies alleged to be the "pilots" -- one was in excellent condition and appeared to be female. A second body was too deteriorated to recover and just the head was retrieved. The female has been dubed, "Mona Lisa."

      "We went inside the big spaceship, also into a triangular one. The major parts of the exploration was; it was a mother ship, very old, who crossed the universe at least milliard of years ago (1.5 estimated). There were many signs of biology inside, old remains of a vegetation in a "motor" section, special triangular rocks who emitted "tears" of a yellow liquid which has some special medical properties, and of course signs of extra solar creatures. We found remains of little bodies (10cm) living in a network of glass tubes all along the ship, but the major discovery was two bodies, one intact."

    3. I keep an open mind, especially these days! I've watched some John Moore stuff. I neither believe what he says nor disbelieve; open mind again. It's also possible that some civilization with the power to alter mass and/or manipulate gravity moved the Moon to where it is, so it wouldn't be a 'spaceship' per se, but still could function as one. And that's what all the 'God particle' research is about too: the Hiffs Field, manipulating mass. If you can do that then you can make massive things nearly weightless and move them around easily, to construct giant cityships to flee a dying planet, for example.

      And one thing has always struck me as odd about the Moon: how it is in precisely the right orbit, moving at precisely the right speed, with precisely the right mass to perfectly eclipse the Sun. No other planet in our solar system has such a moon. It seems so mathematically improbable that I find it difficult to accept that that is mere random chance.

    4. Er, Higgs Field. Heh, hate not being able to edit!

    5. I don't listen to John Moore's shows as much as I used to but I do always listen to his Friday show because Scientist Ann Morrison is a regular guest on that day.
      She is also a regular guest every Friday on the Dr. Deagle show. She started warning people a few years ago about the dangers of methane, H2S & UV radiation.
      Are you familiar with John Lear? He is a retired airline captain & test pilot who has some very interesting opinions about the Moon which you can read at his site: I first became familiar with Lear because I was a regular listener to the Art Bell show in the 90's & Lear was frequently on that show.
      BTW, there must not be too many vacant houses left on Virginia's Eastern Shore!

    6. Wasn't familiar with John Lear, no, but I'm gettin' there now - tons of interesting stuff at that website, thanks!

      I'm particularly interested in photos and images of anomalies on the Moon and Mars, because those are the most viable 'Plan B' choices, which means that we have to be there already, and not just with little rock-sampling rovers. You can't just create a functioning civilization on another planetary body overnight, so once you accept that 'they' knew about our current predicament quite some time ago then it's an obvious deduction that they've begun the process of creating a 'Plan B' elsewhere. I didn't get an invitation, no, but that doesn't mean it's any less interesting to me, and I certainly don't want to see the human race go extinct - despite all our flaws there is still much good in us.

    7. The YT channel 1967sander also has very interesting videos about the Moon & he also has Moon videos that are private but you need to contact him to see those. Many say that Mars has been inhabited for years & there is a famous lawyer named Andrew D. Basiago who claims to have been teleported there numerous times. Check out his RedIceRadio interview. The female that was found aboard the crashed spaceship on the dark side of the Moon looks legit. They named her Mona Lisa. I believe what Rutldedge is saying about their Moon mission is true.
      I don't have a ticket to the Moon either & that is fine with me. Even if I was invited I would not go.

    8. I wanted to clarify that I would definitely love to explore the Moon but I would not want to live there especially at this stage in my life. I would need to live on a planet that is similar to Earth (like the planet in the movie: 'Another Earth') but with a higher quality of inhabitants not like the constantly warring people of this planet. John Lear is quite a character so his interviews are also very entertaining. His Father is Bill Lear who was an inventor credited with inventing the first car radio, developing the 8-track cartridge (I just sold a bunch of these on Ebay!) and designed the Lear Jet.