Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-20

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
2013-05-20 - RV bursts into flame, fire spreads to towed pickup truck, both destroyed, on I-70 near Englewood (Ohio):
Quote: "Mangas said the owners reported they had bought the RV and truck new less than a month ago and recently got warranty work done. No one was injured but damages were estimated at $325,000 for the RV and $50,000 for the truck."
Note: They were towing the truck, and this was probably a heavy RV too, so that's a lot of mass. The fire broke out in the rear of the RV. That was likely the brakes or tires igniting from an abnormal amount of heat being generated from the brake-friction, caused by hot-burning hydrogen sulfide having been absorbed into the tire rubber and brake pads. This problem is hitting massive vehicles the worst, though no vehicle is immune...

2013-05-20 - Home explodes and burns in Westfield (New York):

Note: They say a gas leak caused this. That's a possibility. But how do they know an explosion didn't CAUSE the gas leak, instead of the reverse? Since there IS no way to know, they DON'T know. They are assuming. Apparenly they haven't noticed just how many homes and businesses have been exploding lately either...

2013-05-20 - Building explodes and burns in West Point (California), fire spreads, 2 boats and RV trailer destroyed too:

Note: That's close to the North Fork Mokelumne River...

2013-05-20 - Massive 6-alarm inferno rages through condo complex at 3 AM in Dallas (Texas), firefighter trapped and killed:

Quote: "Stanely Wilson, a 28-year veteran of the department, was among about 100 Dallas firefighters who responded to the six-alarm conflagration about 3 AM Monday at three-story apartment complex."

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...

2013-05-20 - Cooking oil recycling plant erupts in flame in Stourport-on-Severn (Britain), local evacuations ensue:

Quote: "The Environment Agency were on site very quickly...and they've been on site pumping away some of that waste now so it doesn't leak into the nearby river."

Note: That's near the River Severn, thus the name...

2013-05-20 - More than 25 forest fires rage through Siberia (Russia):

2013-05-20 - Wildfire erupts along the Colorado River (Arizona), devours 500-1000 acres:

2013-05-20 - Explosives factory hit by huge explosion in Caofan (China), at least 12 killed, others injured and missing:

Quote: "The force of the blast flung broken glass, smashed concrete, and other debris as far as 200 meters (660 feet), reports said. Walls in outlying buildings were flattened and glass shattered."

2013-05-20 - Explosion rocks army bomb disposal unit in Viator (Spain), 5 miles from the coast, 3 killed, 2 injured:

2013-05-20 - Mobile phone shop hit by explosion in Peshawar (Pakistan), 7 injured:

2013-05-20 - Fireworks catch fire and explode at home in Govindgarh (India), 4 killed, 5 injured:

2013-05-20 - Major fire rips through True Value hardware store in Sauk City (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Firefighters from more than a dozen departments helped Sauk City put out a fire in a building that houses a hardware, small engine and tire store."

Note: Sauk City is on the banks of the Wisconsin River...

2013-05-20 - Plane bursts into flame inside aircraft hangar in St. Paul (Minnesota), fire spreads, hangar damaged too:

2013-05-20 - Huge fishing boat bursts into flame off the coast of Washington State, 120 crew evacuated:

Note: It's a 314-foot vessel named 'Arctic Storm', and it was the engine room that caught fire...

2013-05-20 - Taiwanese fishing boat bursts into flame near the island nation of Mauritius, 11 rescued, 2 missing:

2013-05-20 - School bus bursts into flame in Tangipahoa Parish (Louisiana), near Lake Pontchartrain:

2013-05-20 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Highway 39 in Chappells (South Carolina), 1-mile evacuation zone:

Note: The tanker was hauling potentially explosive granulated ammonium nitrate, thus the large evacuation zone...

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Maxwell (Nebraska):

2013-05-20 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Hibner Road in Hartland (Michigan):

2013-05-20 - Heavy truck bursts into flame, explodes, while parked at home in Villawood (Australia):

Quote: "The blasts happened around 1.30am this morning as a result of a fire that ripped through and completely destroyed the cab of a nearby parked truck."

2013-05-20 - RV bursts into flame, fire spreads to two pickup trucks and mobile home, in Las Cruces (New Mexico):

Note: And that's why you might want to consider not parking your vehicles next to other vehicles, or next to your home. If they'd all been separated here, they'd still have two pickup trucks and an undamaged mobile home. Now they have no vehicles and a damaged mobile home. Of course, it could have been even worse, since there were no injuries or fatalities this time...

2013-05-20 - SUV bursts into flame near gas station in coastal York County (Virginia):

2013-05-20 - Pickup truck and another vehicle burst into flame at 1:16 AM in Sprague (Washington), separate events:

Note: Multiple fires erupting at around the same time in the same general area is what you'd expect to see as a flammable gas plume - hydrogen sulfide or methane or both - blows through an area. Was the second fire downwind of the first? I bet it was, but since the cops have no clue what's going on, they don't even know to ask such questions. And even when they do realize what's going on, this won't really be their concern. It's not a crime when atmospheric gases cause things to burn and/or explode, nor is it a crime when hydrogen sulfide knocks people dead...

2013-05-20 - Two cars burst into flame around 3 AM, within a block of each other, in coastal Cardiff (Britain):

2013-05-20 - Car bursts into flame in shopping center car park in Blackburn (Britain), fire spreads, destroys adjacent car too:

2013-05-20 - Car bursts into flame at around 1 AM while parked in driveway at home in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

Quote: "The state fire marshall began an investigation and is calling it unusual because it was a cold car that hadn't been driven in 24 hours."

Note: Vehicles need not have been driven recently in order to burst into flame now. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like battery cables and other wiring in vehicles. What planet has this guy been living on? I must've documented hundreds of fires like this in the past 15 months, maybe thousands. It's not unusual at all, not anymore. Also, Florida is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now...

2013-05-20 - Car bursts into flame on Battishorne Way in Honiton (britain):

2013-05-20 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Phillipsville Road in Phillipsville (California), near the West Coast:

2013-05-20 - SUV and barn destroyed by fire in Wilmington (New York), a half mile from a stream:

2013-05-20 - Barn destroyed by fire in Harvard (Illinois):

Quote: "The barn was unoccupied and hay was stored inside."

2013-05-20 - Barn damaged by fire in Hartford Township (Ohio):

2013-05-20 - Barn damaged by fire in Dinnington, west of Yeovil (Britain):

2013-05-20 - Trash compactor bursts into flame at business in coastal Portsmouth (New Hampshire):

Quote: "The trash compactor — which measures about 10 feet by 25 feet — was found filled with burning and smouldering 'non-food waste' that was difficult to access..."

2013-05-20 - Recycling bin bursts into flame in coastal South Aberdeen (Washington), home burns nearby in separate fire:

2013-05-20 - Trash can bursts into flame outside supper bar in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-05-20 - Pile of trash and debris bursts into flame, fire spreads to vacant building, in Detroit (Michigan):

2013-05-20 - Flash fire at co-op in Otho (Iowa), 1 injured:

2013-05-20 - Tanker explodes at auto repair shop in Von Ormy (Texas), 2 lightly injured:

2013-05-20 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads, at home in Southington (Connecticut):

Quote: "Wisner said the fire is believed to have started on the front porch/deck area..."

2013-05-20 - Porch catches fire at home in Pavilion (New York):

2013-05-20 - Vacant duplex burns at around 1 AM, in Lexington (Kentucky):

2013-05-20 - Vacant house burns in Liberty (Indiana):

2013-05-20 - Vacant home burns in Abilene (Texas):

2013-05-20 - Huge fire destroys vacant home, threatens nearby homes, in New Castle (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-20 - Hundreds of redfish and catfish surfacing dead in Mobile Bay (Alabama), near the Gulf of Mexico:

2013-05-20 - Middle-aged woman found dead near train station in coastal Newark (New Jersey):

2013-05-20 - Missing man, 46, found dead in creek near Kamrar (Iowa):

2013-05-20 - Tourist in his 30s found dead on beach in coastal Phuket (Thailand):

2013-05-20 - Man, 54, found dead at beach at the South Bay in Scarborough (Britain):

2013-05-20 - Man found dead in drainage ditch in Rapid City (South Dakota):

2013-05-20 - Man, 63, dies while driving, then crashes, near Hayden Island exit in Portland (Oregon):

2013-05-20 - Man, 44, found dead inside vehicle outside school in Topeka (Kansas):

2013-05-20 - Man, 51, found dead in truck in the Town of Cleveland (Wisconsin):

Note: All the corpses being found dead in vehicles like the above three events: being inside a vehicle is basically like being outside if heat or AC is running or windows are rolled down. Even with no heat or AC running and windows rolled up, you're still more exposed to any hydrogen sulfide blowing around than you would be in a well-insulated and well-sealed home, simply because vehicles aren't very airtight...

2013-05-20 - Man, 35, found dead on the bank of the Yamuna River in Kakrahaghat (India):

2013-05-20 - Army major found dead in dormitory at Fort Sam Houston (Texas):

2013-05-20 - Inmate, 28, found unconscious in cell in jail in Mohave County (Arizona), dies shortly later:

2013-05-20 - Older man drops dead on sidewalk in Pequannock Township (New Jersey):

2013-05-20 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Paris (France) after four crewmembers sicken:

2013-05-20 - Commuter plane makes emergency landing in Spokane (Washington), blown tire:

2013-05-20 - Taiwanese fighter jet crashes into waters off northwest county Hsinchu (Taiwan), both pilots eject:

2013-05-20 - Small plane crashes into the water in Saginaw Channel (Alaska), occupants rescued:

2013-05-20 - Hot air balloon crashes in the Cappadocia region (Turkey), 1 killed, 24 injured:

2013-05-20 - School bus blows tire, veers off road, slams parked semi, in Sahuarita (Arizona), 3 seriously injured:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed into tire rubber and possibly brake pads. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction burns hotter than normal (because hydrogen sulfide burns very hot). Then bad things can happen: tires ignite or explode, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This problem affects massive vehicles the most - like large RVs, buses, tractor trailers, tanker trucks, dump trucks, etc - because they require more brake-friction to slow, and there is thus more chance this problem will manifest...

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer and pickup crash, tractor trailer bursts into flame, on the Long Island Expressway (New York):

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer crashes off Highway 99 into canal in Kern County (California), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer overturns on highway ramp in Wall Township (New Jersey), near the coast, 1 injured:

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer hauling strawberries overturns at 4:00 AM on US 63 near Columbia (Missouri):

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer hauling grapes overturns on the 210 Freeway in coastal Monrovia (California):

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer hauling oil well shavings overturns near Bryan (Texas):

2013-05-20 - Tractor trailer hauling glass overturns on I-75 in Rockcastle County (Kentucky):

2013-05-20 - Two log trucks collide head-on, near coastal Tolaga Bay (New Zealand), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-20 - Cement truck overturns at interchange in Fresno (California):

2013-05-20 - Truck overturns near Chitora (India), 1 killed, 40 injured:

Quote: "The victims were on their way to attend a mass marriage function under the Chief Minister Kanyadaan Scheme when the mishap occurred..."

Note: Chief Minister Scheme. Subordinate Minister Treachery must have had the day off...

2013-05-20 - Prisoner transport van overturns on the way to jail in Lithgow (Australia), 5 injured:

Note: Any escaped fugitives? Because if so, then what we're gonna need is a hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area...

2013-05-20 - Van veers off road, overturns several times, on I-70 near Vandalia (Illinois), 5 killed, 5 injured:

2013-05-20 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits minivan head-on, in Seminole County (Florida), 3 injured:

2013-05-20 - Pickup truck veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, near Novato (California), 1 killed:

2013-05-20 - Pickup truck hits house then bursts into flame, in Richland Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-20 - Pickup truck crashes into home in Tulsa (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

Quote: "The truck practically parked inside the home."

2013-05-20 - Police cruiser and SUV collide head-on, in Middleboro (Massachusetts), 3 injured:

2013-05-20 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Cole Harbour (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-20 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Chapmanville (West Virginia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-20 - Car crashes into gas pump, bursts into flame, in Jolo (West Virginia), 2 injured:

2013-05-20 - Car flies off embankment, through trees, slams home, bursts into flame, near creek, in Prunedale (California), 1 killed:

Quote: "A man driving on San Juan Road at about 9:45 p.m. Monday was killed after his car launched off an embankment, plowed through a grove of trees and smashed into a home, according to officers.  The car then flipped, caught on fire and landed in a creek next to the home."

Note: Prunedale is also near the West Coast...

2013-05-20 - Car slams into wall outside fire department in Yeadon (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2013-05-20 - Two donkeys attack and kill man in Magyarszecsod (Hungaria):

Quote: "It happened May 13 in the western Hungarian town of Magyarszecsod, when Sandor Horvath, a 65-year-old retired firefighter, was apparently pulled off his motorcycle by the donkeys kept on a lot neighboring his small farm. The animals likely dragged him some 50 meters (55 yards), biting and trampling him."

Note: First fatal donkey attack I've seen so far...

2013-05-20 - Large sinkhole opens up, swallows and kills 5 workers, in coastal Shenzhen (China):

Quote: "The sinkhole formed just outside the Huamao Industrial Park in Shenzhen on Monday evening, at a time when many factory workers would have been changing shifts, according to the website of Beijing-based newspaper the Guangming Daily."

2013-05-20 - Sinkhole opens up at warehouse, swallows man on forklift, in East Rutherford (New Jersey), 1 lightly injured:

Note: This city is about 8 miles from the East Coast. Both of the above sinkhole events are the type that concern me the most: near oceanic coasts where there are large methane hydrate deposits. As those coastal deposits dissociate (melt), land subsidence appears inevitable, and there is a real possibility that the ground beneath large populated areas will sink and collapse. Entire urban areas could ultimately just slough off into the oceans. Where are all those mysterious empty 'ghost cities' in China? Well away from the coasts! Where are the major underground facilities in the United States? Colorado and Utah, well away from the coasts. Is that mere coincidence, or is that the result of planning by people who understand what's happening? That's a rhetorical question...

2013-05-20 - Clothing factory collapses in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), near the Mekong River, at least 23 injured:

2013-05-20 - Unexplained mystery respiratory 'illness' kills 2, hospitalizes 5, in Houston County (Alabama):

Quote: "So far none of those affected by the mystery illness appear to be connected to each other and there's no indication that any had recently traveled outside the country."

Note: They're connected to each other by general area and the atmosphere. And, say, a respiratory problem might just result from breathing a gas, like hydrogen sulfide. If they're only looking for pathogens and this is the result of a gas then they will never find anything. They should be looking to see if these people live in valleys or canyons or near bodies of water, if they sleep in basements, spend lots of time outdoors, that sort of thing. That area is near Lake Seminole and it's also only about 60 miles from - and downwind of - the Gulf of Mexico and its horrible dead zones, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now...

2013-05-20 - Commercial fisherman goes missing on Lake Marian in Osceola County (Florida):

Quote: "FWC says his boat appeared without him on Tuesday morning."

Note: So, empty 'ghost boat' found. Corpse should be found next, as usual...

2013-05-20 - Devastating tornado tears through Oklahoma City and suburbs, dozens killed, homes leveled, cars flung around:

Quote: "Numerous neighborhoods were completely leveled..."

2013-05-20 - Record-setting 19-foot python caught in South Florida:

Quote: "It's a new record for the longest Burmese python caught in the wild in Florida. The previous record was a 17-foot-7-inch python caught in August in Everglades National Park."

Note: Obviously, these are not a species native to North America; we introduced them. But they're spreading out now, and it looks like they are here to stay...

2013-05-20 - Two FBI agents killed while rappelling from helicopter to ship off the coast near Virginia Beach (Virginia):


  1. You need to get more exposure because you're too far off the beaten path. Were you ever able to do a recorded interview with Christina of Nuked Radio? I only listen to the shows that she uploads to YT so if you have already done an interview with her I have not yet heard it. Nothing like killer donkeys to break up the monotony of the 'boring been there done that' Pit Bulls!

    1. Hah, I think she forgot about me. Not really sweating it or anything. I mean, what I'm saying is the truth and that being so, it's only a matter of time before more people catch on, especially since it's their lives at stake here. And traffic rises every month, from countries all over the world, so I'd say that the Big Awakening is already under way now.

    2. I emailed her about something else early last month & she said that she was still planning on doing it but for the time being she was busy with the subject of Chernobyl. Now that the JJFH blog has been up for about a year &1/2 you have provided much more evidence so people will take it much more seriously

    3. Ah, okie doke! Heh, Chernobyl. That doom seems kinda quaint to me now. I'd gladly trade this doom in for 10 Chernobyls! In fact, this doom might very well CAUSE 10 Chernobyls, or more, as nuclear plants get blown up or lose power and cooling ability, or the ground along coasts dissolves beneath them.

    4. I agree with you & I also wondered about that because in comparison the problems caused the gases are infinitely worse & rapidly getting more severe. Judging from the increased intensity 2013 will most likely be the year that something major happens.

  2. Good morning, here's the
    UPDATE for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for May 17th and 18th

    2013-05-18: Young man found dead in the water near coastal Juelsminde, Germany. A few weeks ago an 18yo was found dead there too. He was off to a sailing trip with a friend, both of them were never seen again. The empty ghost boat has already been found.
    +55° 43' 9.75", +10° 0' 55.07"

    2013-05-18: 17,000 chicks die in blaze engulfing turkey stable in pretty much coastal Sedelsberg, Germany. Cause is unknown.
    +53° 2' 35.80", +7° 46' 46.17"

    2013-05-18: Fire damages funeral home in Zeven, Germany, coffins containing bodies saved. Cause unknown. Lakes and stream nearby. The coast is not far away, too.
    +53° 18' 2.83", +9° 16' 53.30"

    2013-05-18: Firefighter injured by deflagration during drill in Wattens, Austria. He wanted to set a wooden pallet on fire using gasoline. The vapors of the gasoline caused the deflagration, they say, but we all know what pallets are capable of these days..
    +47° 17' 45.17", +11° 35' 41.42"

    2013-05-18: Lawnmower bursts into flames when started, fire spreads to tool storage hall of a hardware store in Nußdorf-Debant, Austria. River nearby.
    +46° 49' 48.90", +12° 48' 47.93"

    2013-05-18: Fire damages storage hall containing mainly ground plastic in GoldBACH (Bach means stream), Germany. River Main is close too.
    +49° 59' 23.11", +9° 10' 23.56"

    2013-05-18: Fire in hardware store in Delmenhorst, Germany. River Weser is nearby, the coast just a few miles away.
    +53° 3' 21.86", +8° 40' 3.92"

    2013-05-18: Truck transporting machinery catches fire in a tunnel near Görlitz, Germany. The fire started with a burning tire. Many lakes in the area.
    +51° 10' 17.35", +15° 2' 46.29"

    2013-05-18: Huge Pile of scrap wood, paper, plastic and other trash bursts into flames in Köln, Germany. Cause is still unknown. River Rhein is closeby.
    +50° 54' 49.11", +6° 58' 2.59"

  3. PART 2

    2013-05-17: Fire in vacant castle in Bernstorf, Germany. The castle is currently undergoing renovations. The fire started on the ground floor, its cause is still unknown. Bernstdorf is just a few miles away from the coast, many streams there, too.
    +53° 49' 41.08", +11° 7' 1.75"

    UPDATE on [2013-05-17: Huge Blaze in the historical Center of Landeck, Austria. The fire starte around 2 AM in a vacant building and spread to neighboring houses. Landeck sits at the confluence of two rivers.]
    Long story short: The residents of Landeck are now spreading rumors of ANOTHER Feuerteufel (German for firebug), because nobody has a clue, what started all the fires that have been fought there. (4 in the last few days)
    I read so many stories like that in the last weeks and I rarely if ever posted one of them, because I thought it was too much of a stretch. But seriously...how many people addicted and committed to setting stuff on fire can there be? Almost every day I read about series of events, that are attributed to a 'Feuerteufel'. I think I'll post more of those from now on.
    +47° 8' 28.50", +10° 33' 58.72"

    2013-05-17: Sauna on fire in BAD Zwischenahn, Germany. Lake nearby, close to the coast. The guy got injured, cause he stood in the smoke for too long.
    +53° 10' 49.16", +8° 1' 4.45"

    2013-05-17: Big pile of green waste catches fire on a field next to a railroad near Brühl, Germany. A lake and River Rhein are close. Nobody knows what started the fire, so they suspect arson.
    +50° 48' 33.86", +6° 56' 28.47"

    2013-05-17: Parked Car destroyed by fire in Hohenems, Austria. They think it was a technical defect.. River Rhein is close.
    +47° 21' 59.82", +9° 39' 34.35"

    2013-05-17: Fire destroys house in coastal Dahme/Grube, Germany. This was the fourth unexplainable major fire in the little village in just four months. Guess what.. People are sure there is a Feuerteufel at work...
    +54° 13' 22.15", +11° 5' 13.66"

    2013-05-17: Fire damages basement in Steinhaus, Austria. It started in the power supply line and was put out quickly by firefighters. A little river is nearby.
    +48° 7' 52.56", +13° 59' 1.76"

    2013-05-17: Blaze destroys roof of mansion in Vienna, Austria. Cause unknown. Map in the article.

    2013-05-17: Tire of a truck bursts into flames near Vorschütz, Germany. The company that owns the truck is located in Basdorf, which is surrounded by lakes.
    +52° 43' 16.76", +13° 25' 40.53"

    2013-05-17: Fire in a recycling company in Kinsau, Germany. The fire started around 1:30 AM, Kinsau is close to river Donau.
    +47° 52' 43.60", +10° 53' 55.91"

    2013-05-17: Fire in a thermal bath in Berchtesgarden, Germany. The bath is right next to a river. 120 people had to be evacuated.
    +47° 38' 5.41", +13° 0' 39.05"

    1. I know the feeling on the 'firebug' stories. Seems like every city in the United States now has a 'serial arsonist' running around torching things, or that's how the stories are played. Sometimes there IS an arsonist, to be sure. But there are SO MANY of those stories.

      Few people ever really see the pattern because news is so segmented now. In my city we see the news about the 'arsonists' here, but we don't hear that the same thing is happening in all the other cities and towns, and in each of those cities and towns, they hear about THEIR 'arson' news, but not anyone else's. It seems preposterous that ALL of these cities and towns now have serial arsonists running rampant THIS YEAR. If it were just one city - or five - then it'd be believable. But it's way more than that. At least provide a motive, a witness or some surveillance footage. Or, better yet, an arrest and a conviction. When they lack ANY of that, I am now highly skeptical.

      Also...danke! ;)

    2. Gern geschehen :D

      Update for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for May 19th:

      2013-05-19: Pallet with coal bursts into flames outside hardware store in Uslar, Germany. Police rule out spontaneous combustion because the coal was stored at a wall 3 meters away from a fence. So now they're looking into arson. hmm. +51° 39' 19.87", +9° 38' 17.98"
      This is just a few miles away from the camping ground, where a caravan burt into flames two days ago: [2013-05-17: Caravan at camping ground at lake bursts into flames, damages another caravan. Reports of loud bangs preceding the fire, which started in the middle of the night. +51° 44' 59.96", +9° 22' 28.25" ] This was near Höxter, Germany.

      2013-05-19: Two explosions in a diner at 2:20 AM in Andernach, Germany. Technical defect in a a coffe machine is suspected to have caused the fire. I wonder, what caused the explosions. They don't say anything about that. Andernach is on the banks of River Rhein (Rhine).
      +50° 26' 23.78", +7° 24' 0.32"

      2013-05-19: Dead man found at Railway station in Leipzig, Germany. A crime can't be ruled out at this point.
      +51° 21' 23.43", +12° 18' 45.30"

      2013-05-19: Neighbor saves burning man, 59, with fire extinguisher in Kevelaer, Germany. People heard a loud bang before they saw what had happened. The cause of the fire and the bang is still unknown. Lake nearby.
      +51° 35' 22.76", +6° 14' 25.98"

      2013-05-19: Blaze in historic house in the center of Wertheim, Germany. It was probably a technical defect that caused the fire. Wertheim is located at the confluence of two rivers.
      +49° 45' 33.62", +9° 31' 1.56"

      2013-05-19: Fire in an old apartment building in Nordhausen, Germany. 63yo woman dies. Lake closeby.
      +51° 29' 49.06", +10° 48' 25.43"

      2013-05-19: Fire in storage hall in Sundern, Germany. Several streams in the town, lake nearby.
      +51° 19' 43.83", +8° 0' 23.25"

      2013-05-19: Barn containing straw and agricultural machinery heavily damged by fire in Froitzheim, Germany. This is in the dormant volcanic region Eifel. Also there's a stream closeby.
      +50° 42' 44.14", +6° 34' 17.31"

      2013-05-19: Stable destroyed by fire in Ramsau im ZillerTAL, Austria. (Tal = valley). A pony dies. River flows through town.
      +47° 12' 14.98", +11° 52' 21.18"

    3. Part 2

      2013-05-19: Parked car bursts into flame in Grebenhain, Germany. Probably caused by a cable fire. Little stream closeby.
      +50° 30' 41.51", +9° 25' 59.33"

      2013-05-19: Fire in garage in Tüßling, Germany. It started under the roof, where the owner was storing turf. Neighbors said 3 months ago a matrass burned in the same garage.
      +48° 12' 42.96", +12° 35' 58.09"

      2013-05-19: Blaze destroys storage hall of recycling company near Schwerin, Germany. Big lake nearby. The coast is not far.
      +53° 39' 39.94", +11° 13' 23.44"

  4. Thanks - your eyes and mind on the problem in Britain is much appreciated!

  5. Likewise, thanks for the work you put in keeping us updated!
    A couple of other items I missed when copy and pasting (not enough coffee this morning!) -

    2013-05-20 Man dies after river fall
    Maybe a toppler...

    2013-05-19 - Man's death at Coventry flats 'no longer suspicious'
    This was initially thought to be suspicious but police no longer suspect foul play, so I guess the guy just dropped dead there...

    And I thought this was an interesting read:


    If this is true then I wonder if in some cases the H2S is coming out of the ground. Some natural gas ('Sour Gas') has a relatively high pecentage of H2S. Any thoughts?

  6. It's definitely coming up from the ground in some cases. One of the events in the 'Hydrogen Sulfide Events' list is a story where H2S was detected in the ground near a school. The same is true of methane coming from the ground - in Pennsylvania, California and Australia so far.

    I don't think that's the main source though. I still think the oceans and seas and lakes are the primary source. One reason is that I think the scientists who wrote this document got it right about PAST extinction events:


    But I have another reason too, though I can't provide a link, because I lost the images when a hard drive died on me. During the Japan quake, someone on another site posted about an unsecured FTP site in Japan that had tons of interesting NASA photos. So I downloaded an FTP client, logged in, set it to download *.* and went to bed. The next day I started looking through the images. A large number of them, going back at least a decade, showed, like, white tendrils in the oceans spreading around. I believe those were bacterial mats on the ocean floor, spreading along areas where heat was spreading upward from below, the same bacteria that produce H2S. They've been watching this problem spreading through the oceans - from orbit - for quite some time. There were many of these images; it was clearly important to them to watch those white tendrils. I see why now.

  7. Also, those ancient bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide - they eat biomatter, but they ALSO eat...methane. Which is what natural gas is, mainly. So I think all the fracking going on, digging up and pumping out as much natural gas as possible everywhere, that's to deprive those bacteria below GROUND of a ready supply of food. If they have food, and it's warm, moist and anoxic, they will breed like, well, bacteria. So we either frack that stuff out or those bacteria below ground may just turn natural gas into deadly and explosively flammable hydrogen sulfide. People don't like the resulting quakes and other problems, which is understandable. But I'm sure they'd like a bunch of deadly flammable hydrogen sulfide coming up from the ground around their homes a whole lot less. Is fracking environmentally unfriendly? Hell yes. But it's not as environmentally unfriendly as hydrogen sulfide, not by a long shot.

  8. Now let me turn the world upside down. Methane, natural gas, coal, it's all going to burn. If we don't burn it and use it for energy then it will burn anyway, and we'd have not only gotten no use from the burning, the burning would probably be happening right now, uncontrolled, and we would quite possibly already all be dead. But if they KNEW this was going to happen, then the best thing possible would be to make out entire civilization revolve around burning up fossil fuels BEFORE Mother Earth does so to our detriment. Spread out over decades, the damage to the Earth would be far less than ALL that stuff burning uncontrolled in a compressed timeframe.

    So I think they already do have much better sources of energy. They haven't shared that technology solely to keep us burning up fossil fuels because if we had better technology, obviously we'd use that instead. And then we'd be sitting around getting incinerated (even more than we already are) when all the fossil fuels burned up in a short period of time.

    I have to wonder just how far back their knowledge of this event goes. I'm positive it goes back at least 15 years - when chemtrails got under way. I highly suspect it goes back to the early 1980s. But maybe it goes back even farther than that. We got started burning coal heavily in the 1800s. (Good thing we did too, or we'd be way more screwed than we already are.)

    In a normal world, the 'Green' movement would make sense, would be best for us. I'm a 'Green' guy myself. But if all the fossil fuels are going to burn up anyway, as appears to be the case, then we've actually done the Earth and its recovery time an enormous favor by burning all that stuff up over a period of time, rather than allowing it to burn uncontrolled on its own and totally destroy us, and slow the Earth's recovery by maybe millions of years.

  9. Thanks for the detailed replies. I know volcanoes also vent H2S, which is probably contributing. Over the years I have noticed an increase in reports of blue-green algae incidents in ponds and lakes around the UK, I don't know if they produce H2S as well?

    On the subject of past events, I find the Usselo Horizon of interest:
    Quote: "A thin layer rich in charcoal also occurs in the Late Pleistocene, the Alleroed interstadial, with a radiocarbon age of about 11.000 years, and dendro-dated at about 13.000 years. If the dinosaur extinction has become symbolic for the K-T massacre, that of the mammoth stands as a symbol of the end of the Ice Age. The horizon, 5 to 15 cms thick, has been found in at least ten countries, on four different continents: \the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Great-Britain, France, Poland, White Russia, Egypt, South Africa, India and Australia. It was first found in 1940 in the Netherlands, in a sandpit at Usselo near Enschede, only a few kilometers from the boundary with Germany, by Dutch archaeologist Cornelis Hijszeler, custodian and later director of the Ryks Museum Twente, Enschede."

    Seems to indicate an almost global firestorm afflicted the planet, very recently in geological terms. I wonder if methane and/or H2s was involved. Around that time there appears to have been an increase in volcanic eruptions and a geomagnetic excursion.

  10. I would not doubt that methane was involved in that event and that some significant burning occurred then, probably short-term. It couldn't have been too horrible or lasted too long, because we survived that, and there was no big mass extinction then. There was maybe a little H2S from volcanism then too (and volcanoes erupting may have caused the methane to dissociate then too, which is what I think is happening now).

    That's an interesting thing about H2S - it's a geologic gas AND it's a biogenic gas. I fear the bacterial generation the most because of bacterial growth rates. The gas kills stuff, the bacteria eats the dead stuff, which makes more bacteria, which makes more gas, which makes more dead stuff...and where does that stop? When there's been a massive exchange of biomass between oxygen-using life and that bacteria would be my guess, and then those bacteria run out of food and then THEY have a big die-off, and then things slooooowly recover. It took 30 million years to fully recover from the Permian-Triassic.

    I've noticed the uptick in blue-green algae events too. I think it is sort of related (and they produce a dangerous toxin themselves). I think we're seeing the blue-green algae events more simply because water temps are on the rise. Then that algae sucks the oxygen out of the water, and that opens the door for the anaerobic bacteria that produce hydrogen sulfide to expand their territory and start doing their thing. So when you start seeing the blue-green algae events, then the waters are probably heating up and at least beginning to go hypoxic and then anoxic and if that water isn't refreshed with oxygen then a 'dead zone' will eventually form, and hydrogen sulfide will start coming out of the water.

    The oceans and many seas and lakes will probably turn into fetid steamy stinky death factories, like giant sewers or landfills. That's probably why 95%+ of oceanic species died off in the Permian-Triassic.

    The Moon and Mars are looking more enticing than they ever did before!