Monday, May 27, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-26

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
2013-05-26 - Home expodes and burns in Fort Worth (Texas):
Quote: "Homeowner Paige Pauley told News 8 she smelled what she thought was sewer gas overnight. She called a plumber, but before he got there, she turned on the hot water faucet and there was a blast."
Quote: "Pauley said first noticed an odd smell late Saturday. 'I thought my sewer line had popped,' Pauley said Sunday afternoon in a telephone interview. 'It smelled like sewer gas so I just moved to the other end of the house.' Pauley said the smell wasn't bad on Sunday morning."
Note: One of the more common names for hydrogen sulfide is 'sewer gas'. So, three possible sources for the gas here: 1) it came into her home via the sewers; 2) it's a water-soluble gas and it came in through the water supply then evaporated out; 3) it came in via the atmosphere and was sucked in via her central AC system. It's a heavier-than-air gas, so however it got into this house, it would tend to flow to the basement and accumulate there, and that's where water heaters are located. So it accumulated in the basement between Saturday and Sunday and when she turned on her hot water, the water heater flame activated (beyond pilot light status), and that ignited the gas, and BOOM, explosion and fire. The lady and the dogs in this story are lucky to even be alive...

2013-05-26 - Man, 30, found on fire in garden at home in Bishop Auckland (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Home explodes and burns in Saskatoon (Canada), 2 injured:

2013-05-26 - Explosions then fire at auto salvage yard in East Bundaberg (Australia):

Quote: "The man who reported a huge fire in a car wrecker's yard in East Bundaberg says he heard two explosions about 30 seconds apart before it started."

Quote: "Fires don't just start on their own in the back of a car yard."

Note: Correction, fires didn't USED to start on their own in the back of a car yard. Now they do. I guess this man hasn't noticed that events like this are kinda common these days. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel of which there's gonna be plenty at places like this...

2013-05-26 - Explosion hits major gas pipeline in Jiangxi (China), gas supplies to southern China halted, 2 injured:

Quote: "Energy released from the explosion knocked over people hundreds of meters away..."

2013-05-26 - Explosion destroys street stalls in Ramkhamhaeng in coastal Bangkok (Thailand), 6 injured:

Note: Looks like they were clothing stalls. All absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That includes wood, cardboard, paper, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, mulch, generic trash, etc. So over time, clothing stalls like this will absorb one or both gases into clothing, until fire or explosion ensues. These were outside stalls, fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide or methane blowing through in the atmosphere, and Bangkok is right on the coast...

2013-05-26 - Blaze breaks out at recycling plant in Memphis (Tennessee):

Quote: "Piles of paper and palettes caught fire outside a Memphis recycling plant Sunday afternoon..."

Note: I'm pretty sure they mean 'pallets' there, not 'palettes'...

2013-05-26 - Brazilian military transport plane bursts into flame during takeoff in coastal Port-au-Prince (Haiti):

Quote: "Police in Haiti say a Brazilian military plane veered onto the grass next to a runway of the capital's airport after one engine caught fire as the aircraft attempted to take off. There were no injuries. Airport police spokesman Max Justin says the fire erupted as the airplane was speeding down the runway Sunday and the craft ran into the grass. Fire crews put out the blaze. There were burn marks visible on the plane, and its front landing-gear had snapped off. Justin says none of the 121 U.N. peacekeepers aboard the plane were injured."

2013-05-26 - Boat bursts into flame on the Northeast River south of North East (Maryland):

Note: An RV recently burst into flame while parked on Theodore Road near North East too, as mentioned in the 2013-05-19 update...

2013-05-26 - Duck boat bursts into flame on the Charles River in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2013-05-26 - Boat catches fire at 1 AM while being towed on I-190 in Niagara Falls (New York):

2013-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-12 near St. Tammany (Louisiana):

2013-05-26 - Truck and forklift destroyed by fire at business in coastal Belfast (Ireland):

2013-05-26 - Deli delivery truck bursts into flame while parked at gas station in Tyler (Texas), fire spreads to semi trailer:

2013-05-26 - RV bursts into flame while parked at grocery store in Scottsdale (Arizona):

Quote: "A couple's travel plans were put on hold Sunday morning after their motor home became engulfed in flames Sunday morning."

Note: Sounds like this may have happened on Sunday morning...

2013-05-26 - RV bursts into flame in Peterborough (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Van and two cars burst into flame at 3:04 AM on Commercial Road in Keyworth (Britain):

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...

2013-05-26 - Van explodes into flame while parked at shopping center in coastal Arcata (California):

Quote: "...she stopped to buy tofu sticks when she 'saw a Van explode on the Arcata Plaza.'"

2013-05-26 - Van bursts into flame on Warrens Lane in Ellough, near Beccles (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Minivan bursts into flame on the 405 Freeway in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-05-26 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-10 in San Antonio (Texas):

2013-05-26 - In separate incidents, 6 cars burst into flame in coastal Perth (Australia):

Quote: "Karrinyup man Riley Gleeson, 20, was among the car owners affected. His 2002 Holden VU ute was gutted between 1.30am and 2am outside his home on Burroughs Road. He only bought it on Tuesday and had not yet got it insured."

Note: Five of the six fires occurred between 12:45 AM and 2:30 AM...

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame in underground car park at 2:45 AM in coastal Cronulla (Australia), apartment block evacuated:

Quote: "A Fire and Rescue NSW spokeswoman said a car was destroyed by fire and six others were damaged by heat."

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame on High Street in Maxey (Britain), near Market Deeping:

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame on the M62 near Brighouse (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame in driveway in Tavistock (Britain), near the River Tavy, 1 lightly injured:

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at 2:33 AM in coastal Gorseinon (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame in valet area at Dolphin Mall in coastal Miami (Florida):

2013-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at around 4 AM while parked on street in Bolton (Britain):

2013-05-26 - In separate incidents, within 24 hours, scooter and motorcycle burst into flame on Lynch Hill Lane in Britwell (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Trailer bursts into flame while being towed by RV near Vernon (Utah):

Quote: "The trailer was fully engulfed by the time fire officials arrived, Nye said. The trailer and its contents were a complete loss, including one side-by-side utility vehicle, two ATVs, and three motorcycles, plus all the required riding gear."

2013-05-26 - Semi and garage damaged by fire in Ravenswood (West Virginia), near the Ohio River:

2013-05-26 - Around 200 tires burst into flame in Wolverhampton (Britain), black smoke fills the sky:

2013-05-26 - Vehicle and garage destroyed by fire on Oakridge Bay in St. Vital (Canada):

2013-05-26 - Several vehicles and barn destroyed by fire in Hamby (Texas):

2013-05-26 - Barn damaged by fire in Lowell (Arkansas):

2013-05-26 - Barn damaged by fire in Whitley County (Indiana):

2013-05-26 - Woman's dress touches heater, bursts into flame, in Salisbury (Maryland), 1 critically injured:

2013-05-26 - Dumpster bursts into flame at business in coastal Santa Cruz (California), fire scorches business too:

Quote: "When firefighters arrived at the scene, shortly after 3 p.m., they found recycling containers and cardboard burning inside the dumpster behind the one-story building."

Note: All flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, mulch, dried brush, clothing, wool, cotton, etc. Also, open-top dumpsters will act as large bowls and they will tend to help capture hydrogen sulfide and prevent it from being blown onward by winds, allowing it to more readily absorb into whatever's in the dumpster...

2013-05-26 - Major scrubland fire erupts in Slamannan (Scotland):

2013-05-26 - Fire breaks out at landfill in Box Elder County (Utah):

2013-05-26 - Transformer blows at airport in coastal San Diego (California), half of terminal goes dark for 9 hours:

2013-05-26 - Electrical breaker box bursts into flame at furniture store in Beavercreek (Ohio):

2013-05-26 - Gas canister explodes at beach hut in coastal Bournemouth (Britain), 2 injured:

2013-05-26 - Fire breaks out in grain elevator at Feed Mix Mill in Springville (New York):

2013-05-26 - Maintenance facility and storage building destroyed by fire after midnight at campground in Lancaster (New Hampshire):

Note: Lancaster is located right on the Connecticut River...

2013-05-26 - Unattached garage bursts into flame in Two Rivers (Wisconsin):

2013-05-26 - Eight row homes damaged or destroyed by blaze at 3 AM in Allentown (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Witnesses say they heard 'popping' sounds just before 3 a.m. Sunday."

Note: There are those popping sounds again, heard before many fires in the past year or so. That's probably hydrogen sulfide and/or methane finding an ignition source and igniting. The ignition source need not be a flame or heat if hydrogen sulfide is involved either: it could be rusty iron/steel (like nails or rusted steel reinforcement brackets on porches), electrified copper (outdoor lights and light switches), or a variety of chemicals...

2013-05-26 - Apartment complex catches fire at 3:07 AM in Mill Valley (California), 103 people evacuated:

2013-05-26 - Massive blaze rips through apartment complex in Atlanta (Georgia), 35 units destroyed, 4 injured:

2013-05-26 - Duplex destroyed by fire in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Officials said they believe the fire started on or near a back porch, but they didn’t know what caused it."

2013-05-26 - Home destroyed by fire on the east shore of Upper St. Croix Lake near Solon Springs (Wisconsin):

2013-05-26 - Home destroyed by fire at 5:36 AM in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), 2 injured, dog killed:

2013-05-26 - Home damaged by fire in Oxted (Britain), blamed on sunlight reflecting off mirror:

2013-05-26 - Vacant house burns at 2 AM in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2013-05-26 - Vacant home burns at 3:56 AM in Shenandoah (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "'The source of ignition is undetermined; however, it appears that it started outside the property with some trash,' Examitis said. 'There were two garbage cans there. One didn't light up and is still there, but there was one next to it and it's gone. We know it started with the trash but we can't determine the source of the ignition itself. It was a trash fire that spread to the building.'"

Note: It's probably not a good idea to keep any vehicles, lawn mowers, trash, pallets, dried brush or dead trees near your home...

2013-05-26 - Vacant 2-family home destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Buffalo (New York), fire spreads to small building nearby:

2013-05-26 - Vacant building burns in downtown Kitchener (Canada):

2013-05-26 - Young tigress found dead near body of water in the Corbett National Park in Nainital district (India):

2013-05-26 - Couple found dead in trailer in coastal Burnaby (Canada):

2013-05-26 - Woman found burned to death in field in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "Officials tell us the only thing not burned was the woman's left hand."

2013-05-26 - Baby found dead, infant critical, at apartment in Price George County (Virginia):

Quote: "Investigators, who said the children’s mother was home at the time of the incident, are not ruling anything out, including carbon monoxide. That’s why the fire department was dispatched."

Quote: "However, residents were skeptical about carbon monoxide since they said the complex is 'all electric.'"

Note: Have the residents considered hydrogen sulfide poisoning yet? Seeing as it might kill them next, they might want to...

2013-05-26 - Man, 28, drops dead on street in Weatherford (Texas), near Lake Weatherford:

2013-05-26 - Man found dead on the shore of Britannia Bay in Ottawa (Canada):

2013-05-26 - Man found dead in car at River Spirit Casino in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2013-05-26 - Man found dead in the St. Francis River near Lake City (Arkansas):

2013-05-26 - Man, 73, pulled unconscious from the Firth of Forth (Scotland), dies shortly later:

2013-05-26 - Missing man, 45, found dead in woodland at Wythop on the western shore of Bassenthwaite Lake (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Missing teen, 19, found dead in the Augusta Canal in Augusta (Georgia):

Quote: "That's when officers say Cunningham jumped into the Augusta Canal. Deputies say at some point he went under the water and never came back up."

2013-05-26 - Man, 28, found dead at home in New Delhi (India):

2013-05-26 - Missing man, 64, found dead in the Queens Way Meadow area of coastal Newport (Britain):

2013-05-26 - Man found dead on Malibu Road in coastal Malibu (California):

2013-05-26 - Small plane crashes after landing at airport in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida), landing gear collapses:

Quote: "According to FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen the plane was on arrival from Marathon, FL when it tried to land and the front landing gear collapse sending the plane end over end."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed into tire rubber and brake pads. Then when brakes are applied, the heat generated is greater than normal, because hydrogen sulfide burns very hot. Then bad things can happen: tires explode or ignite, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. With small planes like this, their tires blow, then their landing gear strut(s) hit the ground, and the landing gear collapses. When it's the nose gear - as in this case - the plane sometimes flips over. This usually happens right after landing, as it did here, because that's when planes have to hit their brakes the hardest...

2013-05-26 - Small plane crashes into water near golf course in coastal Collier County (Florida), 1 injured:

Quote: "The Sheriff's Office says the Plane crashed into the water near the Fiddlers Creek Golf Course at 11:45 Sunday Morning."

2013-05-26 - Small plane makes emergency landing at landfill in coastal Cocoa Beach (Florida):

Note: Hmm, look at the above three events - all small planes having problems, all in Florida, all near coastlines, all during the same day. Florida is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. It may not be too terribly safe to be flying in or near Florida now, especially in small planes...

2013-05-26 - Tour bus overturns in Hidalgo (Mexico), tire blowout, 16 killed:

Quote: "State attorney general’s spokesman Fernando Hidalgo said the accident happened Sunday afternoon as a group of tourists was returning to Mexico City from a weekend trip to the thermal baths in the town of Santa Maria Amajac."

2013-05-26 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits hydro pole, bursts into flame, near Longlac (Canada):

2013-05-26 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits school bus head-on, near Florissant (Colorado), 1 killed, 8 injured:

2013-05-26 - Car hits sewage truck in Arlington (Virginia), sewage spilled, water advisory issued, 5 injured:

Quote: "The trouble started early Sunday morning when a car collided with a sewage truck on Route 50 near Fillmore Street in Arlington, sending 1,800 gallons of human waste into nearby storm drains. Five people were injured and taken to area hospitals. Officials expect the sewage to enter the waterway in the Lower Long Branch tributary just south of Rt. 395."

Note: Sh#t happens...

2013-05-26 - Car and van collide at Starlake Road in Kent (Washington), near the coast, 9 injured:

2013-05-26 - Car and van collide head-on, on Indiana 446 (Indiana), 4 injured:

2013-05-26 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Cedar Fork (Utah), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-26 - Two cars collide head-on before 6 AM on I-80 near Derby Dam (Nevada), 2 injured:

2013-05-26 - Car and pickup collide head-on, on Highway 441 in coastal Delray Beach (Florida), at least 1 critically injured:

2013-05-26 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on I-95 in coastal Delray Beach (Florida), 1 killed:

Quote: "While emergency crews began operating the scene and blocking traffic, a second vehicle in traffic was rear-ended. That's when a third vehicle skidded into the emergency scene and collided with the 'Medic 1.' Jepsen says a Delray Beach Fire Rescue member was working in the area and narrowly avoided being hit by only a few feet. Shortly after, a fourth rear-end collision occurred."

Note: This all occurred less than 1 mile from the coast. Also, above two events, both on the coast in Delray Beach (Florida), to go along with the three plane crashes near coasts in Florida, all in the same day...

2013-05-26 - Car veers off road, crashes into the Nashua River, in Fitchburg (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

2013-05-26 - Two motorcycles collide head-on, on Bouquet Canyon Road near the Bouquet Reservoir (California), 3 injured:

2013-05-26 - Swarm of bees chases family with children down mountain at Papago Park in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "The family dropped everything and ran, a fire official said."

Note: Smart family!

2013-05-26 - Sinkhole opens up in grocery store parking lot in Donelson (Tennessee):

2013-05-26 - Whiteface Mountain (New York) hit by whopping 30 inches of snow:

Quote: "To figure out how unusual the snowfall this weekend was, Weather Underground had to go back to 1816:"

Note: That year, 1816, was known as the 'Year Without Summer' or 'Eighteen Hundred And Froze To Death'. What they don't mention in this story is WHY 1816 was the 'Year Without Summer' - it was because of volcanic activity, especially the eruption of Mount Tambora. Noticed any volcanoes erupting around Earth lately? There have been many! This could this be an incipient sign of volcanic winter.

So maybe you're wondering, wouldn't volcanic winter help with the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem? Probably not. The waters of the Earth are likely heating up because of volcanic activity now, e.g. heat from below. That is highly likely to continue even if the atmosphere gets cold. So we could end up with the worst of both worlds: freezing weather, dire food shortages, AND warm waters and a contaminated atmosphere. So if we do get volcanic winter and you light a fire to stay warm THIS time, you might just explode or burn to death. But if you DON'T light a fire to stay warm then you might freeze to death. And if we do get volcanic winter, eventually it will end, and the atmosphere would by then be filled with methane (from the oceans) and CO2 (from all the burning), and then we'd bake in horrendous heat.

This anomalous weather event could be a really bad sign. Time will tell...

2013-05-26 - Dozens of swimmers get into difficulty, have to be rescued, many missing, in coastal Southwold (Britain):

Quote: "More than 130 swimmers in Southwold had problems, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) confirmed. Four RNLI lifeboats and a rescue helicopter were involved from about 13:00 BST, after initial reports that up to 90 people were missing."

Quote: "The MCA spokeswoman said it was unclear how the swimmers got into trouble as weather conditions were fine, but the water was 'very cold'."

2013-05-26 - Man pulled from the Basingstoke Canal, in the St John's area of Woking (Britain), in critical condition:

2013-05-26 - Man, 70, suffers heart attack on charter fishing boat off the coast near Hyannis (Massachusetts):

Note: That's about 50 miles southeast of Quincy (Massachusetts), where a foul 'rotten egg' odor is rolling in off the ocean. Hydrogen sulfide at low concentrations smells like 'rotten eggs', and hydrogen sulfide in higher concentrations can stop your heart...

2013-05-26 - Termites swarm coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), people think it's the Apocalypse:

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