Friday, May 31, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-30

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: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas
2013-05-30 - Missing boater, 40, washes ashore dead tethered to his boat, in Cuba:
Quote: "The Coast Guard received a distress radio beacon from Rydberg's boat around 4 a.m. on May 14th, 30 miles north of Key West. They launched a crew but weren't able to find Rydberg or his boat. They called off the search four days later."
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. I mentioned this man when he went missing, in the 2013-05-22 update. Lots of fishermen have gone missing similarly, though usually they find their empty 'ghost boat' first then the corpse(s) later. This story here sorta reminds me of 'Dracula', where the ship washed ashore with the captain tied to the wheel...

2013-05-30 - Massive fire erupts at landfill in coastal Sidon (Lebanon):

Quote: "Sidon’s garbage dump is located near the sea and poses a threat to the health and safety of Sidon’s residents. Residents call it a 'trash mountain'. The mountain has grown steadily for more than 30 years."

2013-05-30 - Major fire breaks out at paper mill in West Point (Virginia):

Quote: "The West Point Fire Department said large bales of recycled cardboard caught fire."

2013-05-30 - Underground fire and explosion hit the Outer Loop in Lexington (Kentucky):

2013-05-30 - Huge fire destroys plastic mat manufacturing factory in Vikasnagar (India), 1 killed:

2013-05-30 - Massive blaze engulfs government building at Port Market in coastal Port-au-Prince (Haiti), 31 injured:

2013-05-30 - Explosion and fire hit natural gas facility in Branchburg (New Jersey), 2 injured:

Quote: "The workers were welding a portion of a nonactive pipe at the compressor station at the time of the explosion..."

Note: If any methane and/or hydrogen sulfide blows by while you're welding, you might see an explosion and fire...

2013-05-30 - Explosion occurs outside home in coastal Varna (Bulgaria):

Quote: "There are no injured people or material damages. Only the doors of the garage were affected."

Note: I wonder if there was any rusty iron/steel or electric garden lights or a street lamp or something out there. Any of those could ignite a passing methane and/or hydrogen sulfide plume and cause an explosion. Well, at least their house didn't blow up, this time...

2013-05-30 - Large meat smoker explodes at restaurant in San Luis Obispo (California), 1 seriously injured:

Quote: "General Manager Nancy Snyder said in the 18 years Mo's Smokehouse has been grilling up goods, they've never experienced such a scene. She said the cook has been working at Mo's for more than 15 years and knows what he's doing. That is why the cause of the accident is so mysterious."

2013-05-30 - Home hit by explosion and fire in Redding (California):

2013-05-30 - Wildfire burns 2,000 acres in Pecos Canyon (New Mexico), evacuations ensue:

Quote: "The wildfire that’s threatening more than 100 homes in Pecos Canyon has scorched more than 2,000 acres."

Quote: "Residents along the highway and north of Macho Creek have been asked to evacuate, and Highway 63 remains closed. So far, 134 seasonal homes, 10 campgrounds and six trailheads have been evacuated."

2013-05-30 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the Kurnool-Guntur highway at Manyam village (India):

2013-05-30 - School bus bursts into flame at 2 AM while parked on Hewett Creek Road near Jeffrey (West Virginia):

2013-05-30 - Tanker truck bursts into flame in West Goshen Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 4:15 AM on US 20 in South Bend (Indiana):

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 2 in Lexington (Massachusetts):

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-71 in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-05-30 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on street in Guilderland (New York):

2013-05-30 - RV bursts into flame at 2:30 AM in Neshannock Township (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-05-30 - RV bursts into flame on Sandy Neck in West Barnstable (Massachusetts):

2013-05-30 - Camper-van bursts into flame at roundabout in Latchingdon (Britain):

2013-05-30 - Van bursts into flame at gas station in Niles (Michigan):

2013-05-30 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in field near Ripley Island Road in Greeneville (Tennessee):

2013-05-30 - Two cars bursts into flame at 1:45 AM while parked in driveway on Broadway, in Grimsby (Britain):

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame while parked at parking ramp on Lake Street, fire spreads to 2 more cars, in Madison (Wisconsin):

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame at 3:08 AM while parked in garage at home on Bridgewater Street in Hindley (Britain):

Note: People still park cars inside attached garages?!

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in northeast Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame on Route 3 in coastal Plymouth (Massachusetts):

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame, fire spreads, five vehicles destroyed, at auto shop in coastal Oakland (California):

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame on the M18 near Doncaster (Britain):

2013-05-30 - Car bursts into flame on road near landfill in Timmins (Canada):

2013-05-30 - Tractor and shed destroyed by fire in Fort Pierre (South Dakota):

2013-05-30 - Tire store catches fire in Detroit (Michigan), firefighter injured:

2013-05-30 - Barn destroyed by fire at Cayuga Pure Organics in Brooktondale (New York):

2013-05-30 - Machinery bursts into flame at metal company in coastal Old Saybrook (Connecticut), 4 injured:

2013-05-30 - Massive fire rips through gym in Hyderabad (India), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-05-30 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2013-05-30 - Home damaged by fire on New Shackle Island Road in Sumner County (Tennessee):

Quote: "A covered porch in the back of the house overlooking Drakes Creek sustained heavy damage."

2013-05-30 - Deadly fire tears through house in Park River (North Dakota), 2 killed:

2013-05-30 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Coos Bay (Oregon):

2013-05-30 - Home undergoing renovations heavily damaged by fire in Dedham (Maine), near Green Lake:

2013-05-30 - Vacant house burns in Rocky Mount (North Carolina):

2013-05-30 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 3:40 AM in Newark (New Jersey):

2013-05-30 - Vacant house hit by explosions and fire, burns to the ground at 4:59 AM in Billerica (Massachusetts):

2013-05-30 - Vacant building burns in Linden (New Jersey):

2013-05-30 - Vacant building burns at 6:30 AM along Winchester Road in Memphis (Tennessee), road closed:

2013-05-30 - Vacant warehouse burns in Erie (Pennsylvania), near Lake Erie:

2013-05-30 - Vacant hotel burns in coastal Panama City Beach (Florida):

2013-05-30 - Another dolphin found dead at beach near Surat (India):

2013-05-30 - Eels and fish surfacing dead in lake on Hilton Head Island (South Carolina):

2013-05-30 - Couple in their 70s found dead in home in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

Note: Were the windows open, or was the AC running?

2013-05-30 - UPDATE on woman, 26, found dead in bathtub at lawyer's home in Center City (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Sources close to the investigation say Julia Papazian Law had been foaming at the mouth and likely suffered an episode that caused her drowning. No drugs or alcohol were found at the scene."

Note: Mentioned this story in the 2013-05-25 update, when they first found this young woman dead in the bathtub. Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause seizures and foaming at the mouth. It's also water-soluble and I'm pretty sure it's contaminating municipal water supplies here and there now (as well as the water in lakes, creeks, ponds, rivers, etc). But she may also have had a window open and simply gotten a whiff the old-fashioned way too...

2013-05-30 - Man, 74, goes fishing, next seen dead at lake in Plantersville (Mississippi) near Tombigbee State Park:

Quote: "Johnson says the man was fishing from a small boat that was found upright but partially filled with water. His tackle box and fishing pole were missing."

Note: Empty 'ghost boat' found first, as usual...

2013-05-30 - Missing teen, 17, found dead in the Kentucky River in Jessamine County (Kentucky):

Quote: "Jacob began yelling for help, then went under and did not resurface..."

2013-05-30 - Two men, 25 and 47, found dead within an hour in the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard (Texas):

Quote: "Police are classifying the deaths as unexplained, pending a report from the medical examiner’s office. Detectives have found no evidence linking the deaths."

Note: Seems like they were obviously linked by at least two things: the atmosphere and the lake...

2013-05-30 - Two missing men, 26 and 22, found dead in submerged SUV in Toogoodoo Creek (South Carolina):

2013-05-30 - Man found dead in the car park area on Avon Dam Road in Bargo (Australia):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-05-30 - Man, 25, found dead in the Ohio River in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-30 - Man found splattered in parking lot in coastal Kuching (Malaysia):

Note: Possible toppler. Gruesome picture at link...

2013-05-30 - Man drops dead near bowling alley on the island of Borneo:

2013-05-30 - Missing man, 21, found dead in Lake Pontchartrain (Louisiana):

Quote: "Chavez went under the water but never resurfaced."

2013-05-30 - Boy, 14, found dead in pond in Webb City (Missouri):

2013-05-30 - Man, 50, found dead in water-filled ditch outside Lake City (South Carolina):

2013-05-30 - Chinese navy seaplane crashes into Jiaozhou Bay near port city of Qingdao (China):

2013-05-30 - Marine Corps Presidential helicopter makes emergency landing outside Chairville Elementary School in Medford (New Jersey):

2013-05-30 - Small plane crashes into home in Eatonville (Washington), 2 lightly injured:

2013-05-30 - Small plane crashes in soccer field at school in Brevard (North Carolina), engine failure:

2013-05-30 - Small plane crashes in Minnewaska State Park (New York), near Lake Minnewaska, 1 lightly injured:

2013-05-30 - Two double-decker buses collide in Sha Tin (China), near the Shing Mun River, 18 injured:

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer overturns on State Route 15 in Hancock County (Ohio):

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-275 highway ramp in Sharonville (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer hauling fracking fluid overturns on busy intersection in Casper (Wyoming):

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer crashes around, overturns, bursts into flame, on I-94 in Eau Claire County near Osseo (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The semi was westbound on I-94 just west of Osseo when it struck the north side cement barrier. It ricocheted off the barrier crossing both westbound lanes and struck the south side cement barrier. The semi overturned onto the passenger side and came to stop blocking both westbound lanes. The semi caught fire, but the driver was able to escape without injuries. The tractor and trailer were destroyed in the fire."

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer veers off road, plunges into Prairie Creek, at 2 AM on I-80 in Jasper County (Iowa), 1 injured:

2013-05-30 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, at 4:30 AM on I-75 in Monroe County (Georgia):

2013-05-30 - SUV veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer head-on, in Millville (Canada), 1 injured:

2013-05-30 - SUV veers across 3 lanes of traffic, slams dump truck head-on, truck bursts into flame, in Lansing (Michigan), 1 injured:

2013-05-30 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits van head-on at 4:35 AM, on US 191 near Douglas (Arizona), 4 killed, 4 injured:

Note: Check out the pic of the mangled wreckage in the first link...

2013-05-30 - Pickup truck crashes into home in coastal Tarpon Springs (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-05-30 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Portage (Michigan), 4 injured:

Quote: "A 32-year-old Portage resident who was driving a 2004 Kia Sedona south on Portage Road 'suffered an unknown medical emergency and drifted across the center line into oncoming traffic' a news release from the Portage Department of Public Safety said."

2013-05-30 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on Emerson Street near I-95, in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2013-05-30 - Battery bank overheats, emits hydrogen sulfide (!), at emergency communications center in Gaithersburg (Maryland):

Quote: "While they were overheating they started to emit hydrogen sulfide and so we had to evacuate the building..."

Note: Ummm, really? Someone makes batteries that when overheated emit deadly hydrogen sulfide gas? What kind of batteries are these, that emit hydrogen sulfide when they overheat? Cuz I don't ever want to buy any of this type, for any reason. And that's just brilliant, putting batteries that might emit deadly poison gas in an emergency call center, or anywhere for that matter...

2013-05-30 - Shark bites man's foot at Wategos Beach in Byron Bay (Australia), 1 lightly injured:

2013-05-30 - Sinkholes eroding residential block in Savannah (Georgia):

2013-05-30 - Sinkhole opens up on road in Lithonia (Georgia), partially swallows SUV:

2013-05-30 - Sinkhole opens up on street in Kansas City (Missouri), partially swallows SUV:

2013-05-30 - Sinkhole opens up on street in Fillmore (California):


  1. Quote: "While they were overheating they started to emit hydrogen sulfide and so we had to evacuate the building..."

    "Note: Ummm, really? Someone makes batteries that when overheated emit deadly hydrogen sulfide gas? What kind of batteries are these, that emit hydrogen sulfide when they overheat? Cuz I don't ever want to buy any of this type, for any reason. And that's just brilliant, putting batteries that might emit deadly poison gas in an emergency call center, or anywhere for that matter..."

    I did not know that under certain conditions batteries will emit H2S.

    found this at Wiki:

    "When a lead-acid battery is discharged, the electrolyte (sulfuric acid) and the active material on the plates of the battery (lead) are consumed to produce water and lead sulfate and current flow. The chemical equation for a lead-acid battery during discharge is: PbO2 Pb 2H2SO4 -->PbSO4 2H2O +Electrical energy. The chemical equation for a lead-acid battery during charge is the reverse with lead, sulfuric acid, and heat being yielded as well as some Hydrogen gas. Ideally, all of the lead sulfate is recombined with the hydrogen from the water to replenish the sulfuric acid. When a lead-acid battery is charged, electrical energy is added to the battery, causing the water and lead sulfate to be recombined to produce electrolyte and the active plate material. During normal charging, hydrogen gas is given off, however if internal damage to the plates or low electrolyte levels exist, internal gassing may create hydrogen sulfide gas. In sealed batteries this would normally not vent to the outside."

    1. Wow, thanks! Kinda scared of lead-acid batteries now, but I see it doesn't normally vent to the outside. I wonder what happened to their batteries that it did. I guess that's up to them to figure out, unless they want it to happen again, possibly with a worse outcome.

    2. Hmm, I wonder if fire could make them vent H2S. I bet it could.

    3. So when the batteries explode they release H2S which makes the explosion & fire even more intense & faster spreading which is most likely the reason that many people don't have the chance to make it out alive. What a horrifying way to go.

    4. Yeah, you just put into words what I was thinking there. And with these batteries, if they're connected, then you've got the electrified copper to help get the fire going in the first place, then they rupture or explode and add yet more explosively flammable and deadly H2S to the equation. So these lead-acid batteries are kinda like deathbombs quietly waiting to go off.