Saturday, May 11, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-10

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
2013-05-10 - Mystery plane flying low over coastal Quincy (Massachusetts), from dusk to dawn:
Note: In the 2013-05-09 update, I mentioned that a persistent 'rotten egg' odor has been coming off the ocean at Quincy (Massachusetts). That's what hydrogen sulfide smells like in low concentrations. This plane is flying at night. As mentioned, once the Sun sets, the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane in the atmosphere above closer to the ground. So it's possible this plane is flying over Quincy for one or more of the following reasons: 1) to monitor hydrogen sulfide and methane concentrations in the atmosphere there; 2) to try some sort of mitigation tactic to alleviate the problem as best they can; 3) to act as a spotter so that the corpses of people who die from hydrogen sulfide poisoning can be cleared off the streets before large numbers of people get moving in the morning and see them.
The residents have been unable to find out who is operating the plane or for what purpose. Some of the answers they've gotten are less than reassuring:
Quote: "It’s not the state or local police doing the flying, and the FAA is giving out little information, even to city officials. 'It’s frustrating, it really is,' says City Councillor Brian Palmucci. 'I specifically asked, "Is it a law enforcement flight? Can we tell people that?" He said, "No, we can’t tell you that." Then I asked that when folks call me can I at least tell them that it is something that they shouldn’t worry about, it’s something they shouldn’t be concerned with? He said, "I can’t tell you that."’”
Note: So, 'rotten egg' odor coming off the ocean, mystery plane buzzing the city at night, and secrecy abounds. Hmmmm...

2013-05-10 - Duplex explodes and burns in Easton (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-10 - Tug boat bursts into flame in St. John's Harbour (Canada):

2013-05-10 - Fishing boat bursts into flame in Vietnam, fire spreads to adjacent vessel:

2013-05-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on I-10 near Tallahassee (Florida):

2013-05-10 - School bus bursts into flame while parked on road near Janetpur (India):

2013-05-10 - Transit bus explodes in Maharashtra (India), several injured:

2013-05-10 - FedEx tractor trailer bursts into flame on Knight Drive in Nashville (Tennessee):

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Mechanicsburg (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Troy (Michigan):

2013-05-10 - Truck bursts into flame while parked at business in Worcester (Massachusetts):

Note: But that's not all. In the same general area, a pile of pallets burst into flame and caught a warehouse on fire, and a dumpster burst into flame, and the week prior 11 dumpsters burst into flame. I mentioned that vehicle fires, wood-related fires, and trash fires would be escalating in the full hypothesis...

2013-05-10 - RV bursts into flame on Longsight Road in Blackburn (Britain):

2013-05-10 - Prisoner transport van bursts into flame on the M1 in Northamptonshire (Britain):

2013-05-10 - Van bursts into flame on Queen's Road in Manningham (Britain):

2013-05-10 - SUV bursts into flame on Highway 826 in Miami Gardens (Florida), driver burned, airlifted to hospital:

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-195 in coastal Dartmouth (Massachusetts):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame near the Drunken Duck in Ambleside (Britain):

Quote: "Crews attended the incident, close to the Drunken Duck, at around 3.40pm, after the brakes on the car set alight."

Note: Tire rubber and probably brake pads are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction generates more heat than normal (since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot), and then bad things can happen: tires ignite or explode, brakes burn out or ignite, fuel lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This is more apt to happen to massive vehicles because they have more tire rubber and require more friction to slow, but smaller vehicles certainly aren't immune...

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame at auto dealership in Rexburg (Idaho):

Quote: "The vehicle was not running when it caught fire."

Note: Vehicles can be non-running, 'cold', and fire can still break out, because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like battery cables and other wiring in vehicles...

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on the New York State Thruway in South Nyack (New York):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame at Central Square in Chelmsford (Massachusetts), fire spreads to nearby building:

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on Turner Road in Lodi (California):

Note: Guy stole the car, and then it caught on fire, so he ran away. Karma...

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 400 near Barrie (California):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on Route 24 in Millburn (New Jersey):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on road in Cadiz (Kentucky), near Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley:

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in La Plata (Maryland):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on Pennsylvania Avenue in Lansing (Michigan):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame in church parking lot in Battle Ground (Indiana):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on the Ronald Reagan (118) Freeway in Chatsworth (California):

2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Walmart in Eugene (Oregon):

2013-05-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-5 in Tehama County (California):

2013-05-10 - Vehicle, barn and farm equipment destroyed by fire near Enterprise (Utah):

2013-05-10 - Barn and 200 tons of straw destroyed by fire in Ringmer (Britain):

2013-05-10 - Barn damaged by fire in Winfield (Maryland):

2013-05-10 - Thirty dumpster and outdoor furniture fires erupt in Mt. Pleasant (Michigan) since April 28:

Quote: "...MPFD scrambled throughout the city last weekend to put out numerous dumpster and couch fires, including four dumpster fires at Lexington Ridge Apartments, 3700 E. Deerfield Road, and couch fires on Main Street and at the Jamestown and Deerfield Village apartment complexes."

Note: All flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, sawdust, paper, cardboard, generic trash, mulch, dried brush, upholstery, clothing, cotton, wool, straw, hay, pallets, furniture, etc.

2013-05-10 - Trash can bursts into flame on Brocklehurst Avenue in Macclesfield (Britain):

2013-05-10 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Mandurah (Australia):

2013-05-10 - Popular waterfront restaurant damaged by fire at 3 AM at Pier 41 ferry terminal in coastal San Francisco (California):

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...

2013-05-10 - Fire erupts at Bisbee Wood and Wire in Des Moines (Iowa):

2013-05-10 - Explosion hits explosives company in Sterling (Connecticut), 1 seriously injured:

Quote: "Officials from Occupational Safety and Health Administration said they are aware of the incident. A search shows no violations or infractions at the local Austin Powder facility in the last 10 years."

Note: Employee was mixing chemicals and a reaction occurred, causing an explosion. I'd like to know what chemicals. If some hydrogen sulfide blew in and he was mixing up something involving nitric acid or sodium hydroxide or something else reactive with gaseous hydrogen sulfide then an explosion might be the result. Obviously, this hasn't happened in the past ten years, at least, so this isn't a common occurrence...

2013-05-10 - Home damaged by blaze in Grand Rapids (Michigan), firefighter injured, cat killed:

2013-05-10 - Home damaged by fire in Hillsborough County (Florida) near the Palm River:

2013-05-10 - Vacant property burns in Glazebury (Britain):

2013-05-10 - Vacant apartment complex burns in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2013-05-10 - Vacant home burns in El Centro (California):

2013-05-10 - Vacant house burns in Walnut Hills (Ohio):

2013-05-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Phoenix (Arizona):

2013-05-10 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Desert Hot Springs (California):

2013-05-10 - Hundreds of fish found dead in the La Pastora River on the island nation of Trinidad:

Quote: "Nothing like this has happened here before..."

Quote: "In recent months there has been a fish kill in Brasso and an incident in which hundreds of dead and dying corbeaux were found in Chaguaramas. No explanation has yet been found for either."

2013-05-10 - Hundreds of bull redfish found dead in Mobile Bay (Alabama), near the Gulf of Mexico, second year in a row:

Quote: "Blankenship said there are no plans to try to catch live fish from the area because similar efforts last year were not effective at pinpointing a potential bacterial cause."

Note: Why assume there is a bacterial cause here? Why assume anything? That's not good science. It could very well be hydrogen sulfide killing those fish, but they'll never find out if they're looking for bacteria. Best to start off without any assumptions at all. When did they stop teaching science to scientists? Derp.

2013-05-10 - Young leopard, 2 years old, found dead near Malpur Village of Alirajpur district (India):

2013-05-10 - Couple in their 80s found dead at home in coastal St Austell (Britain):

Quote: "Initially it was thought that carbon monoxide could have been the cause of the deaths but fire investigators have ruled this out."

Note: Well, that's not the only fatal gas floating around the atmosphere these days...

2013-05-10 - Missing woman, 27, found dead in shallow pond in Chisago Lake Township (Minnesota):

2013-05-10 - Boy, 15, found dead in swimming pool in Hawally (Kuwait), less than 1 mile from the ocean:

Note: For the first time in human history a major metropolitan area was told to shelter-in-place because of hydrogen sulfide. That was Kuwait City, as mentioned in the 2012-10-17 update. They blamed that on an oil well leak 60 miles away. Very doubtful. If that were possible then we'd have seen it happen before many times, but it was only in this past year that we've seen widespread hydrogen sulfide incidents like that in Kuwait and in Southern California. Never before have events like these happened. The Earth is gassing us, and the gases are originating primarily in the oceans...

2013-05-10 - Woman found dead on beach in Swordale (Scotland):

2013-05-10 - Man found dead and covered in blood in sauna in Montreal (Canada):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide can cause blood vessels to rupture, resulting in bleeding from the mouth, nose, ears. It can also cause tears in the skin that may look like wounds caused by a sharp instrument (though that's at very high concentrations). The ruptured blood vessels can also look like bruising, as if you've been beaten even when you haven't. Mostly you just find people who've fallen unconscious and crashed their vehicle, or drowned, or fallen off a high place, or their heart has stopped beating, or they've stroked out - 'no sign of foul play'. But sometimes you will see people who bleed out too. Not long ago a man abandoned his car and ran into a store covered in blood and then died, on the Gold Coast in Australia, as mentioned in the 2013-05-05 update. If you smell something 'sickly sweet' or 'flowery' and you suddenly start bleeding from your nose or mouth or ears, then your death may be imminent...

2013-05-10 - Missing teen, 18, found dead in the River Foyle (Ireland):

Note: He and a female friend, 21, disappeared two months ago. They found her body in the river first, now his...

2013-05-10 - Woman, 56, found dead in creek at golf course in Lexington (Kentucky):

2013-05-10 - Two men found dead in the Rio Grande in Zapata (Texas):

2013-05-10 - Man found dead in car in Killeen (Texas):

2013-05-10 - Man drops dead in jail cell in Deaf Smith County (Texas):

Note: Above three events: Texas, Texas, Texas. What's Texas near? The Gulf of Mexico and its horrible dead zones...

2013-05-10 - Man, 37, found in alley behind tavern in Sayre (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-10 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing on the island nation of Cuba, landing gear problems:

Quote: "A Cubana Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Santiago de Cuba on Thursday, the second in less than 20 days, reported Diario de Cuba. No injuries were reported. According to the website's correspondent in Santiago, the night flight from Havana to Santiago made several attempts to land at the Antonio Maceo International Airport, 'apparently due to difficulties with the landing gear.'"

2013-05-10 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in coastal Orkney (Scotland) after cargo door blows open:

2013-05-10 - Small plance crashes at the Taos Regional Landfill in Taos (New Mexico), 1 injured:

2013-05-10 - School bus overturns along the Ohio River, on US 60 in Livingston County (Kentucky), 25 injured:

Quote: "...the school bus was carrying the Union County High School girls' softball team and had 28 people on board when the accident occurred on U.S. 60 just before 5 p.m. CDT, in Livingston County, along the Ohio River."

2013-05-10 - Tanker truck slams into disabled dump truck, both burst into flame, near Ariyalur (India):

2013-05-10 - Three tractor trailers and an SUV collide on I-81 in Cumberland County (Pennsylvania), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-10 - Two tractor trailers collide head-on, near Crescent Lakes Way in Kissimmee (Florida), 1 lightly injured:

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer hauling Coca Cola overturns, slams into car then home in coastal Miami-Dade (Florida), 4 injured:

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on South Spokane Street in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-355 in Bolingbrook (Illinois):

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on US 35 near the Buffalo Bridge in Putnam County (West Virginia):

2013-05-10 - Tractor trailer hauling hot dogs overturns on I-271 in Richfield (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-05-10 - Cattle truck overturns on the Pennyrile Parkway in Hopkins County (Kentucky), 15 cows make a break for it:

2013-05-10 - Heavy truck overturns on the A27 near Poling (Britain):

2013-05-10 - Car slams into school bus, bursts into flame, in San Bernardino (California), 4 injured:

2013-05-10 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Lincoln County (Missouri), 1 killed, 6 injured:

2013-05-10 - Car smashes through brick wall into drugstore in Medford (Massachusetts), near the coast:

2013-05-10 - Two vehicles collide head-on, on the Bruce Highway near Mackay (Australia), 7 injured:

2013-05-10 - Dog attacks toddler in stroller then man who came to help, in Exeter (New Hampshire):

Quote: "It looked like she tried to nip at the baby's head. For some reason that dog wanted that child..."

Quote: "At one point, the agitated dog went after Kondrat. 'It lunged at me and caught my hand and started biting. He really got a hold of me,' he said."

2013-05-10 - Sinkhole opens up on Scottsdale Road north of Highway 202 in Tempe (Arizona):


  1. A possible silver lining in the making?
    "Car theft plummets because car thieves fear being incinerated"

    "2013-05-10 - Car bursts into flame on Turner Road in Lodi (California):

    Note: Guy stole the car, and then it caught on fire, so he ran away. Karma..."

    1. 'Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life!' -- Monty Python

  2. So it's possible this plane is flying over Quincy for one or more of the following reasons: 1) to monitor hydrogen sulfide and methane concentrations in the atmosphere there; 2) to try some sort of mitigation tactic to alleviate the problem as best they can; 3) to act as a spotter so that the corpses of people who die from hydrogen sulfide poisoning can be cleared off the streets before large numbers of people get moving in the morning and see them; 4) ZOMBIE HUNTING!

    1. LMAO, I actually thought of that after I posted - look down, see if anyone's eating anyone else's face. I mean, at some point that sort of thing is probably gonna be happening.

    2. Considering all of the planes that have recently had problems most likely due to the methane/H2S gases then this dusk to dawn monitoring plane could easily have similar problems unless it has been specially designed or modified to not be protected from that problem.

    3. Yeah, a dangerous job, if it has a living pilot. Not sure what kind of modification they could do. Some kind of air-filter to clean the air BEFORE the engine gets it, maybe? I guess if they're taking samples, they'd want to analyze the air anyway, so analyze it, clean it, feed it to the engine. Seems theoretically possible anyway. And that'd actually remove contaminants from the air as it flies too.

    4. I forgot to tell you that I think someone is trying to bump me off.
      During the past week a rusty old pickup truck was parked right alongside my my driveway fence! Maybe I'm becoming too active on the JJFH blog (& also relaying info to others) so they want to silence me!
      I live downtown & I've got a shared small parking area with a tattoo business on the main drag.
      Hopefully this truck is just temporarily parked there because it is not commonplace for them to park vehicles there for the long term. With Lake Winnebago & the Fox RIver only blocks away I'm paranoid to say the least. If you don't hear from me again they've most likely been successful in knocking me off!
      I've been worried about the neighbor's collectible car going up in flames. It's parked about 30 feet away from the back of my house but it is parked by his garage (where I think there are more cars) which is only about 6 feet away. My almost 100 year old brittle wooden house full of rusty nails would burn down before I had the chance to put my shoes on! Of course I am half kidding but I am also definitely half serious!

    5. Now I'm paranoid! I hope that rusty truck goes away! Freakin' me out! (Not hard to do these days, but still.) I'd be worried about a garage with cars in it right next to me too. But I know, hard to tell your neighbor something like this. (I tried, once.) They'd just label you a nutcase and then you'd have that problem too.

    6. Good news. Apparently someone called off 'the hit' on me because the old rusty truck is gone. Now if I could just work up the courage to tell my neighbor to take the batteries out of his collectible cars! Actually removing the battery from a stored vehicle is the intelligent thing to do because then they can be trickle-charged every few months to keep them 'healthy' otherwise an unused battery will usually have a much shorter lifespan. Stock rotation is very important for battery dealers & usually I will buy those batteries because of the great price discount. I'm tempted to write an anonymous letter to Hemmings Motor News to make them aware of what is happening. A whole lot of collectible vehicles are literally going up in smoke. The government should make it mandatory that all stored vehicles have their batteries removed.

    7. Totally agree. TONS of misery could be prevented that way. Like those 200 RVs, boats and collector cars that burned up at that vehicle storage facility in Mishawaka (Indiana). If none of those vehicles had had a battery in them then that fire might not have happened at all, and there'd be 200 fewer really unhappy people, 201 if you count the owner of that storage facility. And probably many of them didn't have batteries in them, but all it takes is one.

  3. No need for apologies! I can't catch everything, and if there's any overlap and an event is listed in two different places, that does no harm - too much info is better than too little. I appreciate the post/comment/info, hope others do too!

  4. Well I have to admit it's interesting looking for events that fit the hypothesis...
    On that note, do you do this manually or have you written some kind of script to automate the process?

    1. More or less manually, though I have saved searches and the like. More manual than I'd like, but I guess there's something to be said for 'the personal touch' too.

    2. This blog most definitely has a personal touch!

  5. Have you heard about this yet?
    I just forwarded you the article.
    Found out about it at Weather Underground.
    Lots of heartbroken people had to leave their dream homes.

    'Lakeport Sinkhole Devours Subdivision north of San Francisco'

    1. Thanks for sending that info to me! Didn't see this comment because for 2 days all comments were going into my spam folder, since I screwed up and marked some spam as spam, which made my email client mark ALL comments from here as spam. Guess I should check my spam folder a little more often too. Live and learn - I won't be making that mistake again!

  6. Update for Germany, Austria and Switzerland

    2013-05-12: 1000 m3 of Scrap Paper burst into flames in Bremen Harbor, Germany. No cause known yet.

    2013-0512: Man, 24, falls into River, drowns in Gordevio, Switzerland. He plunged into the water in front of his friends, who couldn't get him out because of the strong current.

    2013-05-12: Storage Hall bursts into flames in Eschweiler, Germany. This is near Aachen, where thermal springs emmit hydrogen sulfide in (normally) low concentrations.

    2013-05-10: Dead Woman, 69, fished out of River Wei├če Elster in Ostrau, Germany. Cause of death is yet unknown. No sign of third-party negligence.,20641108,22728564.html

    2013-05-10: Huge Balze Destroys Downtown Lima, Peru. 38 houses heavily damaged, 26 have to be pulled in a contolled demolition. 146 people are affected. Nobody knows what started the fire.
    -12° 2' 54.19", -77° 3' 52.87"

    2013-05-09: Fire in Machinery Hall in Cloppenburg, Germany. Several bodies of water nearby.
    +52° 53' 39.30", +8° 2' 20.62"

    2013-05-07: Fire in Brewery in Irlbach, Germany. The same building was on fire just a few weeks ago, I mentioned it here (2013-04-19). River Danube closeby.
    +48° 50' 18.33", +12° 45' 23.93"

    2013-05-07: Now 37 tons of dead silver carps have been fished out of Lake Heyda Talsperre, Germany.
    +50° 44' 24.05", +10° 57' 23.41"

    2013-05-07: Backhoe catches fire on the road between Zillhausen and Pfeffingen, Germany. Cause was a cable fire. Streams and creeks nearby.
    +48° 15' 31.88", +8° 56' 36.75"

    1. My apologies on the delay. Explained on the 2013-05-11 update I think - I marked an enlarge-your-penis post as spam and my email client marked ALL blogg posts as spam (including mine)! Didn't notice that until about 30 mins ago, and hopefully fixed it all now, and I won't repeat that mistake again. Totally my fault, sorry!

  7. A fire at a bus depot in Cornwall has destroyed at least 37 buses - a third of bus firm Western Greyhound's fleet.

    The fire in Summercourt, near Newquay, broke out at about 01:00 BST.

    1. Thanks! That's now in the 2013-05-12 update, which I just posted a few mins ago.