Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-27

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
2013-05-27 - Fire erupts on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship 'Grandeur of the Seas', cruise cancelled, ship stranded in the Bahamas:
Quote: "...the lifeboats at muster stations were lowered and opened as passengers had to stand in place wearing life jackets for over four hours."
Quote: "Photos show fire damage extending across at least four decks."
Quote: "The fire is the latest in a series of serious incidents on cruise ships that have shaken the industry, and it comes just four months after a fire left a Carnival ship dead in the water in the Gulf of Mexico."

2013-05-27 - Wildfire rages about 15 miles north of coastal Santa Barbara (California), in Los Padres National Forest, thousands flee:

Quote: "Firefighters are battling a 1,200 acre blaze in Santa Barbara County that prompted 4,000 evacuations from year-round and summer homes and campgrounds, officials said. The White Fire was burning to the east along the Santa Ynez river, backed by strong winds."

2013-05-27 - Transformer explodes in coastal Montecito (California), lights go out for 3500 customers:

Note: Montecito is very close to that wildfire raging in Los Padres National Forest...

2013-05-27 - Mobile home explodes and burns at 5 AM in Boulder (Colorado):

Quote: "I heard a loud crash and explosion and the flames were suddenly shooting up about 30 or 50 feet in the air..."

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...

2013-05-27 - Home explodes and burns in Rio Rancho (New Mexico):

2013-05-27 - Explosion hits fireworks factory in Bhitaria (India), 3 killed:

2013-05-27 - Landfill catches fire in Fountain (Colorado):

2013-05-27 - Pallets and trailers burst into flame at recycling facility in Linthicum (Maryland):

2013-05-27 - Boat explodes off the coast near Edgewater (Maryland), 6 to 9 injured:

2013-05-27 - Charter bus bursts into flame on I-287 in Far Hills (New Jersey):

2013-05-27 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on Old Hall Road in Sale Moor (Britain):

2013-05-27 - Semi bursts into flame on I-40 in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2013-05-27 - Grain truck bursts into flame at farm in Nankin (Ohio):

2013-05-27 - Tractor bursts into flame in Whitstone (Britain):

2013-05-27 - Tractor bursts into flame near Mountain Home (Idaho):

2013-05-27 - RV bursts into flame on I-76 near Barberton (Ohio):

2013-05-27 - Van bursts into flame on highway in Antalya (Turkey):

2013-05-27 - Station wagon bursts into flame at home in St. Marys (Pennsylvania):

Note: Also mentioned, a fire that destroyed two structures and killed 550 pheasants in Fox Township (Pennsylvania)...

2013-05-27 - Two cars destroyed by fire, others damaged, while parked in lot in Glenside (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-27 - Car bursts into flame in underground parking garage on Red River Street in Austin (Texas):

2013-05-27 - Car bursts into flame on the Merritt Parkway in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2013-05-27 - Car bursts into flame on Route 2A in Minute Man National Historical Park near Lincoln (Massachusetts):

2013-05-27 - Car bursts into flame at intersection in Wyckoff (New Jersey):

2013-05-27 - Car bursts into flame on I-75 in Montgomery County (Ohio):

2013-05-27 - Refrigerated semi-trailer bursts into flame on loading dock at business on West Marsh Road in Spalding (Britain):

2013-05-27 - Auto shop damaged by fire in Marlborough (Massachusetts):

2013-05-27 - Barn destroyed by fire in the Town of Lyndon (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

2013-05-27 - Barn destroyed by fire near Kawartha Lakes, Ontario (Canada):

2013-05-27 - Barn destroyed by massive fire in Shiloh (Ohio):

2013-05-27 - Grain mill bursts into flame in Buffalo (New York):

Quote: "Fire trucks were unable to get to the blaze by land. Crews instead shot water toward the top of the grain mill using the fire boat."

Note: Seeing as it was a fire boat that put out the fire, this was obviously near a body of water. In fact, virtually all mills are near bodies of flowing water, to provide free energy for millwork. Having looked at hundreds of fires involving the word 'mill' in the last year or so, after looking, every single one has been by a creek, stream, river, etc...

2013-05-27 - Strip mall hit by huge blaze at 12:15 AM in Glendale (California), man leaps from second story to survive, 1 injured:

Note: Glendale is about 15 miles from Santa Monica Bay, which is where an underwater methane release occurred in March, as mentioned in the 2013-03-03 update...

2013-05-27 - Maintenance building destroyed by fire at Camp Matoaka (Maine):

Note: You can see from the images that this place is right by the shore of some lake...

2013-05-27 - Massive blaze destroys carpet store in Burbank (California):

Quote: "...the fire appeared to have started in an alley just outside the building."

Note: Dumpster in that alley? Filled with packaging and pieces of cut-up carpet? If so, that'd be where I'd guess this fire began. Carpet is another flammable absorbent material, like clothes for floors...

2013-05-27 - Hotel catches fire on Ocean Boulevard in coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), hotel evacuated:

2013-05-27 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads to two trailers, in Madison Township (Ohio):

Quote: "While a cause has not yet been determined, Lutz said the fire began in the porch area."

2013-05-27 - Porch bursts into flame at 4 AM, fire spreads to home, in Johnson City (New York):

Quote: "The area of origin looks to be the front porch area..."

2013-05-27 - Back porch bursts into flame at home in coastal Bradenton (Florida):

Quote: "The fire was contained to a back porch with damage estimated at $10,000..."

2013-05-27 - Deck bursts into flame at townhouse, fire spreads, 4 townhouses destroyed, in Elkridge (Maryland):

Quote: "...firefighters believe the fire may have originated either on the back deck or from the kitchen of the main fire structure."

Note: Wood porches and decks have all the vulnerabilities of pallets, and then some. First, wood is an absorbent flammable material and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That includes wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, dried brush, mulch, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, etc. Secondly, porches and decks are generally held together with steel nails and screws, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel; sparking and fire can occur with no additional ignition source. Finally, hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and many homes have exterior electric lights or doorbells in the porch area. Over time the wood will absorb one or both gases, then eventually fire is going to break out. You're safer if you use that plasticky 'recycled wood' stuff since it's not nearly as absorbent as standard wood. If you have wood then you're safer if the wood is treated with a sealant or coated with a thick glaze of glossy exterior paint, or both. Got friends or family with wood porches or decks? Might wanna give them a heads-up...

2013-05-27 - Pallets and wood shed erupt in flame in coastal Lahaina on the island of Maui (Hawaii):

Quote: "The structure and a large pile of wooden pallets next to it were fully involved when firefighters arrived."

Note: I'd bet this fire started in those pallets...

2013-05-27 - Garage burns and explodes at home in Gresham (Oregon), 2 injured:

2013-05-27 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Covington Creek subdivision of coastal Jacksonville (Florida), started in garage:

Note: Story doesn't mention if there were or weren't any vehicles in that garage...

2013-05-27 - Home damaged by fire at 3 AM in coastal Miami (Florida):

2013-05-27 - Home damaged by fire at 4 AM in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2013-05-27 - In separate incidents, vacant duplex burns and trash chute bursts into flame, in Bridgeport (New York):

Quote: "The first one started at around 2 a.m. at the Fireside Apartments on Highland Avenue. The fire began inside a trash compactor chute, and no one was hurt. The second fire happened at vacant multi-family home on Road Street at around 2:40 a.m."

2013-05-27 - Vacant school destroyed by fire in Taunton (Massachusetts):

2013-05-27 - Two vacant homes burn at around midnight within a block of each other in Robstown (Texas):

Quote: "When fire crews arrived, the first house was completely engulfed by the blaze. They say as they were setting up to fight the fire, a house about a block away caught fire as well."

2013-05-27 - Vacant house bursts into flame at junkyard, fire spreads to junk cars, in coastal Palm River (Florida):

2013-05-27 - Vacant garden center burns in Libertyville (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2013-05-27 - Two men burn to death when truck bursts into flame in Rautahat District (Nepal):

2013-05-27 - Young man, 19, found dead at his home on Ferry Road West in Scunthorpe (Britain):

2013-05-27 - Missing boy, 6, found dead in the Comal River near Hunman Island Park in New Braunfels (Texas):

2013-05-27 - Boy, 15, swimming at Scott's Cove, screams, disappears, found dead, in North Laurel (Maryland):

2013-05-27 - US sailor, 24, topples off his 6th floor balcony and dies, in coastal Yokosuka (Japan):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-05-27 - Man drops dead near Martin Middle School in Austin (Texas):

2013-05-27 - Man found dead in the New River in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

2013-05-27 - Missing man, 50, found dead in the River Severn at Shelton (Britain):

2013-05-27 - Man found dead behind a wall at Shooter's Hill (Britain):

2013-05-27 - Two bodies found floating in the ocean near Japan:

2013-05-27 - Missing woman, 50, found dead in Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2013-05-27 - Middle-aged man found dead floating in water in ditch in Basalt (Colorado):

2013-05-27 - Woman found dead in Terry Lake in Pontiac (Michigan):

2013-05-27 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Nashville (Tennessee), engine problem:

2013-05-27 - Small plane crashes near Warner Robins (Georgia), 2 killed:

2013-05-27 - Plane reports landing gear problems, crash lands on island of Lanai (Hawaii):

2013-05-27 - Small plane crashes in field in Fountain Inn (South Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-05-27 - Fire truck overturns in Shepherdsville (Kentucky), 3 injured:

2013-05-27 - Tractor trailer veers across median, off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Patrick County (Virginia), 1 killed:

2013-05-27 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 83 ramp in Elmhurst (Illinois):

2013-05-27 - Minibus slams into pickup truck in Santa Fe Province (Argentina), 9 killed:

2013-05-27 - Minivan flies off cliff, plunges into Lake Erie, at Edgewater Park in Cleveland (Ohio), 1 killed:

2013-05-27 - Minivan veers over centerline, clips one car, slams another head-on, in Williamson County (Tennessee), 13 injured:

2013-05-27 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer head-on, in Nash (Oklahoma), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-27 - Car collides head-on with three motorcycles, in Stoughton (Massachusetts), 4 injured:

2013-05-27 - Car crashes into home, bursts into flame, at 1 AM, in La Vergne (Tennessee), 1 lightly injured:

2013-05-27 - Car veers off road, takes down power lines, bursts into flame, in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-05-27 - Sinkhole opens up on road near Madison (North Carolina):

Quote: "Sinkholes are rare in North Carolina. The bedrock is mostly granite."

2013-05-27 - Sinkhole opens up near railroad tracks in Sinking Spring (Pennsylvania):

Note: Sounds like an aptly-named town there...

2013-05-27 - Unknown 'disease' kills over 100 people in 4 weeks, mostly children, near coastal Cotonou (Benin):

Quote: "More than 100 people, mostly children aged between four to 17, have died in the past four weeks from a disease yet to be scientifically identified in Benin."

Quote: "In the last four weeks, Dekin has reported over 100 deaths which have been caused by a disease that causes the victims to vomit blood and have strange snoring..."

Note: The 'strange snoring' is indicative of respiratory distress. As mentioned before, hydrogen sulfide poisoning at higher concentrations can cause bleeding from the mouth, nose, ears. This country is on the western side of Africa. In 2010, NASA showed a photo of a large hydrogen sulfide plume off the coast of Namibia, also on the western side of Africa. Perhaps there are now more hydrogen sulfide plumes and the gas is now blowing ashore in higher concentrations. Children are likely to succumb first and hardest simply because they weigh less and it thus takes less poison to sicken and/or kill them. If these deaths and sickenings are being caused by hydrogen sulfide then they will never find a pathogen...


  1. Thanks for the links, as always! Working on the next update now. Having some 'computer issues' lately, slowing me down, and this 'puter is pretty old, so had to bite the bullet today and order a new one. Hope this one lasts until I get the new one and get it up and running. (2 HDs dead out of 3 now, and 2 'Blues Screens of Death' in one week, and parts of the monitor are dead too - LOL, it was time, ran this one into the freakin' ground!)

  2. I had a hard drive fail a few weeks back too, it was only a year old. Got bad sectors in the file table and then it wouldn't boot. Replaced it with a hybrid HDD/SSD which is very fast though! Graphics card went after that, then my TV's processor board fried and I had to get it fixed. I bet it's the H2S!

    1. Haha, ya gotta wonder! But in my case, pretty sure it's just an ancient computer. Still using Vista, from when Vista was new, that's how old it is! The dust on it has dust on it. Heh.

  3. If you don't see the exploding house in the 2013-05-28 update, that's because it happened on the 29th, so it'll be in that update. I know, the news comes a little slower that way, but that helps me prevent any duplication of events across days due to brain lapse on my part. Plus, it lets me see how they're gonna spin the stories sometimes, and get better pics too from time to time.

  4. Yeah I had only just seen that house explosion and thought I'd give you a heads up about it. They're saying intitially they think it was a gas mains leak, well they said that about the last one in Newark but ended up ruling out a gas leak...

    I came across this yesterday -


    - a bit of good news on the idea of scrubbing the atmosphere, maybe they can develop a similar technique for methane and H2S.

    Also this story -

    Woman's death triggers evacuation over gas leak fears

    Another odd one where the medics thought they smelled a gas leak, but the utility company checked and ruled it out. Hmmm...

  5. Yes, hmmm! These stories of where people think they smell a 'gas leak', they do make me wonder, because they add stinky mercaptan to natural gas, so that it has a smell at all, and THAT smells like 'rotten eggs', just as hydrogen sulfide does in low concentrations. So I think people are sometimes mistaking hydrogen sulfide for a gas leak. And when you have people nearby suddenly suffering 'medical conditions' and dying at the same time, that looks even more likely.

    Heh, that's how I got started a few years ago, with a big ol' 'Hmmm.' I looked around at what was happening around the world, and I thought, 'Hmmm, could this be what it looks like it could be?' The hard part was getting past the question of, 'But surely they'd tell us, right?' But the more I thought about it, the more I decided the answer to that question was, 'Well, maybe not!'

    The carbon sequestration technique is good news if it's scaled up, and I don't see why it couldn't be. Thanks for that. I like hopeful stories. I'm not really much of a doom-and-gloom guy normally, despite appearances!

  6. Yes that story was similar to the one you listed some weeks ago where a woman was ill, and the attending paramedics got sickened as well. Can't remember which update it was now otherwise I'd look it up, IIRC it happened in Plymouth, Britain - which isn't a million miles from where I live.

    I have to say for years I too had noticed an uptick in certain events that had me scratching my head in puzzlement, I just couldn't connect the dots, and then I saw your posts on GLP or somewhere and realised you had hit the nail on the head.