Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Spotlight Stories: April 2013

Category: Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-01 - Penguins, dolphins and fish washing ashore dead at beaches near coastal Adelaide (Australia):

Quote: "'I'm concerned for two reasons - one is that the (deaths) are quite high and secondly, that we still don't have any real idea of what's causing it,' he said. 'There must have been 10 different species washed up at Adelaide beaches to the south.'"

Quote: "Sunday Mail fishing columnist Jon Huie described the spate of deaths at southern beaches as the worst he had seen in his 40 years along the coastline."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-02 - Underground explosions and fire takes out power to part of Kitchener (Canada), blows manhole off with fireball:

Quote: "An underground fireball bursting out of a manhole where Westmount Road passes underneath Highway 7/8 knocked out hydro for about 2,200 customers in west Kitchener Tuesday evening, Kitchener-Wilmot Hydro staff said. Police say a resident in the area called to report two loud bangs, followed by a ball of flames rising from Westmount Road East at 9:38 p.m."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it, and it's also a heavier-than-air gas, so as the Earth's waters continue to heat up and emit hydrogen sulfide, our underground electrical infrastructure is going to continue to burn and explode. There have been many underground explosions and fires just like this in the last few months and there will surely be many more...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-03 - Massive fire engulfs luxury high-rise building in Grozny in the Chechen Republic (Russia):

Note: Wow, looks like the Towering Inferno there. This building, the tallest in Grozny, was under construction. As mentioned, structures under construction are inherently more vulnerable to the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem since they are more open to whatever may be blowing around in the atmosphere. The Federation Tower caught fire while it was under construction too, in Moscow (Russia), as mentioned in the 2012-04-02 update. The new World Trade Center building in coastal New York City (New York) caught fire at the under construction area at the top, as mentioned in the 2012-06-02 update. There have been many similar incidents with under construction structures burning up; those are just a couple of the 'name brand' buildings that have caught fire in the past year...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-04 - Utility pole bursts into flame, several others start sparking, in Calgary (Canada):

Quote: "Fire crews found a burned power pole and several others sparking in the area of Edgehill Drive North West early Thursday. A power pole is thought to have exploded knocking power out in the area, according to a release from the Calgary Fire Department. Firefighters are also dealing with several fires involving power poles across the city. A pole caught fire and power lines were downed in the 4100 block of Blackfoot Trail early this morning. At the same time crews responded to electrical fires in the southeast on 9th Street and 18th Ave., as well as 24 Ave. and 7th Street. Traffic lights and street lights are also affected in areas throughout the city."

Note: That's not a good sign. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it. Calgary lies along the Bow River...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-05 - Underground explosion and fire rocks downtown Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 lightly injured:

Quote: "Marek Cornett witnessed the explosion, which she described as a fireball coming up through sidewalk utility street grates followed by a cloud of smoke."

Note: These underground explosions are getting to be an almost daily occurrence lately. An underground explostion blew a hole in the ground in Minot (North Dakota) recently too, as mentioned in the 2013-04-04 update. A couple of days prior to that, underground explosions and fire blew manholes off with a fireball and took out power to part of Kitchener (Canada), as mentioned in the 2013-04-02 update. Combine these underground explosions with the thunderous atmospheric explosions shaking and sometimes damaging peoples' homes around the world and the Earth appears to be bombing us both from below AND above, in her own unique and powerful way...

Category: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-06 - Man found dead in crashed car off road in Salem (Oregon), popping sounds heard that night:

Quote: "Salem Police found a mystery inside a crashed silver sedan early Saturday when they responded to Reese Hill Road to investigate reports of shots being fired."

Quote: "But there were no obvious gunshot wounds, and investigators have not determined a cause of death..."

Quote: "Iris Sea lives a few houses down from the intersection where police found the silver car. She heard a loud sound that woke her up from a deep sleep. 'I just heard bang, bang, bang,' she said. 'I didn’t hear anything before it. I didn’t hear anything after it. No voices. No cars. Just three bangs and nothing else.'"

Quote: "Orlene Perkins heard popping sounds like a car backfiring in the middle of the night..."

Note: These popping sounds have been heard before many fires too. These sounds are probably the result of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes finding an ignition source and detonating, small explosions in this case. They will be mistaken for fireworks or gunfire from time to time, as appears to be the case here. Explosions sound like explosions if they're about the same size, whether it's from fireworks or guns or gas plumes. So, it sounds like multiple smallish gas plumes descended on this area and found an ignition source - possibly that dead guy's car as he drove - and they detonated and at the same time some gas knocked that man out and he crashed and died, or it's possible the gas killed him and then he crashed while already dead. This is more likely to happen at night - as was the case here - when the atmosphere cools and contracts and potentially pushes whatever hydrogen sulfide and methane that's floating in the air above closer to the ground. Thus it is during night - and especially during the wee hours - that you're most likely to be killed in this way, especially if you're outside, or in a vehicle but with windows down or AC or heat running...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-07 - Massive fire devastates lumber company in Adams (New York):

Quote: "Among the combustible materials in large quantities at the site were wood, paper and cardboard, which the company uses to make bedding for farm animals."

Quote: "Mr. Simpson said crews also had to haul water from Sandy Creek, which runs through the village, to fight the fire."

Quote: "Also lost in the fire were five conveyor systems and two tractor-trailers used to move products from the site."

Note: Another wood-related fire. There have been loads of such fires this past year: pallets and pallet companies, lumber yards, sawmills, frame shops, cabinet companies, door companies, playgrounds, porches, gazebos, wood shops of all kinds (school, private, commercial, prison), furniture and furniture businesses, wood carving businesses, and more. Wood is an absorbent flammable material and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, cardboard, paper, clothing, cotton, wool, mulch, dried brush, etc. This same vulnerability in regards to clothing is surely why so many PEOPLE have been burning up this past year or so.

All of that said, two tractor trailers burned up here too, and all types of vehicles are bursting into flame all over. Nor do they have to be running, as hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a charge going through it, thus all the underground electrical fires around the world too, to go along with all the vehicular fires. As they say in the story, they don't know what caused this fire and it sounds like the damage was such that they never will. They have no clue about the increasingly flammable atmosphere problem anyway, so their conclusions are likely to be flawed in many instances regardless...

Category: Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-08 - Sea life of all kinds washing ashore dead along coasts near Adelaide (Australia):

Quote: "SIXTEEN dolphins have mysteriously washed up on beaches in the past month..."

Quote: "TWO penguins were found dead locally, one at Holdfast Shores and the other at Seacliff..."

Quote: "TENS of thousands of small fish as well as snapper, whiting, kingfish and mulloway were found washed up in the sands between Brighton and Marino."

Quote: "Recfish SA executive director Gary Flack said the carnage of marine life along Adelaide's coast was unprecedented. 'The main concern is that is that they (the deaths) are ranging across a mix of species from shallow water fish like yellow fin whiting to reef dwellers like snapper,' Mr Flack said."

Note: This is precisely what I said more than a year ago was going to happen. And it will get worse, much much MUCH worse...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-09 - Blaze damages main storage facility at pallet-making business in Charleston (Arkansas):

Quote: "Crews said the fire is contained to the main storage area for wooden pallets."

Note: 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, clothing, cotton, wool, hay, straw, mulch, dried brush, etc. Pallets have been involved in a large number of fires this past year or so, including a mammoth pallet fire at a pallet company in Tippecanoe County (Indiana) that burned 100,000 pallets, as mentioned in the 2013-01-05 update. Besides the wood, pallets also have another vulnerability: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel (no flame necessary) and pallets are held together with nails or screws. So the nails or screws are probably rusting and that may be providing the ignition source for contaminated wood to combust, even before it's saturated enough to spontaneously combust...

Category: 'Zombie' Files:

2013-04-10 - Man tries to saw off his own arms with handsaws at Home Depot in Pasadena (California):

Quote: "He walked into the saw area, picked up a couple of saws in the saw area and started cutting both of his arms."

Note: He may have sustained brain damage from breathing hydrogen sulfide. Some people will go insane from the neurological damage and do crazy things, like eating another man's face (Florida), or cutting themselves open and eating their own intestines (Mexico), or cutting themselves open and flinging their own intestines at cops (New Jersey), and so on. I call people who've been damaged this way neuro-zombies because the person that once lived in that body is essentially dead, destroyed by the neurological damage, but the body lives on for a while, controlled by whatever is left of that person's damaged brain. (They usually don't live very long though because they sustain other damage, not just brain damage.) The self-destructive neuro-zombies aren't so bad; the raging violent ones are the scary ones. This can happen to anyone at any time now, but you're more vulnerable outdoors and especially near or in low-lying areas...

Category: 'Zombie' Files:

2013-04-11 - Machete-wielding man foams at the mouth, wreaks havoc in neighborhood in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

Note: Breathing hydrogen sulfide can cause pulmonary edema, chemical damage to lungs, foaming at the mouth, like the lions that suddenly sickened and started foaming at the mouth at a zoo in Berlin (Germany), as mentioned in the 2012-08-6 update. A naked man recently screamed at people and foamed at the mouth on a street in Willowick (Ohio), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update, just 3 weeks ago or so. A man attacked a student, while foaming at the mouth, at Smythe Academy campus in Sacramento (California), as mentioned in the 2012-10-17 update. A young man suddenly sickened, fell over, stopped breathing and foamed at the mouth in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand), as mentioned in the 2012-09-09 update. Four dogs died after suffering seizures and foaming at the mouth after walks in Riverside Park (New York), as mentioned in the 2012-09-11 update. More than 70 dogs died after seizures and foaming at the mouth in Moscow (Russia), as mentioned in the 2012-09-21 update.

The crazy behavior is likely the result of neurological damage (e.g. brain damage) caused by breathing neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide. The foaming at the mouth is probably the result of chemical damage to the lungs. So you end up with both sometimes: people (and animals) going crazy and foaming at the mouth. This event was, like the original face-eater incident, on the coast in Florida, downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. Like the face-eater, this man may have been a normal guy just hours before this event. This can affect anyone at any time now: you could be normal at noon and a crazy machete-wielding maniac foaming at the mouth an hour later...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-12 - Another underground electrical fire erupts, this time in downtown Minneapolis (Minnesota):

Quote: "Electricity was out for more than 90 minutes Friday morning in several blocks of downtown Minneapolis, darkening City Hall and police headquarters as well as many office buildings..."

Quote: "According to Xcel Energy, the power had to be shut off around 6 a.m. due to a fire that started around midnight in a vault underneath the U.S. Bank Plaza building..."

Note: And yet another underground explosion and fire. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly flammable heavier-than-air gas which will seek out the lowest-lying areas it can reach, like underground electrical vaults, sewers, basements, etc. Hydrogen sulfide is also reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a charge running through it, like that found in underground electrical facilities. The previous underground fire/explosion was in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana) the day prior, as mentioned in the 2013-04-11 update. The one before that was just one day prior, in Hackensack (New Jersey), as mentioned in the 2013-04-10 update. Events involving underground electrical fires and explosions are clearly escalating, which only makes sense, as the oceans, seas and lakes are going to continue pumping increasing amounts of hydrogen sulfide into the atmosphere as time goes on. This one problem may ultimately turn out the lights on human civilization.

Obviously, we cannot control the influx of hydrogen sulfide into the atmosphere, so we're trying to repair damage as it happens. While that may be possible to some reasonable degree now, what happens when the problem is 100 times worse than it is now? What happens when it's 10,000 times worse? We won't be able to keep up; we'll be overwhelmed. If we're not losing ground already then we will be soon. Once we reach that point then the end of human civilization on the surface of the Earth is assured. The decline is apt to be rapid, taking most people by surprise...

Category: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-13 - One worker killed and six injured by hydrogen sulfide at wastewater plant at the Port of Tampa (Florida):

Quote: "Officials say seven employees of Lanzo Lining, Inc. were cleaning the 96-inch pipes at the Howard F. Curren Advanced Wastewater treatment plant when hydrogen sulfide fumes appeared inside a sewer pipe. Two workers inside the pipe were overtaken by fumes. Two other workers went into the pipe to help their co-workers, when they too were overcome by fumes. The remaining workers attempted to render aid to the other four, but were also affected by the fumes."

Quote: "During the rescue, six Tampa Firefighters were also affected by the fumes. They were treated at TGH and released."

Note: This is a common scenario with hydrogen sulfide poisoning events, where some people succumb then others go to their aid and succumb too. In this case, 2 people succumbed, then 2 went to their aid and succumbed, then 3 more went to the aid of those four and they succumbed too, then responders showed up and six of THEM sickened too. This should serve as an indication of just how deadly hydrogen sulfide can be. In concentrations of 1 part per thousand it can be almost immediately lethal. That means your atmosphere can be 99.9% clean but if it's 0.1% hydrogen sulfide then one breath can kill you.

This event by itself should make clear why hydrogen sulfide - produced by ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea in biomatter-rich and warm anoxic environments like that found in the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico and other areas of the Earth's waters - has been instrumental in Earth's extinction events. In the Permian-Triassic extinction event around 90% of all species went extinct (96% in the oceans, less on land). This is the enemy we face now, and even as we weaken with each passing day, our enemy is strengthening.

Category: Multiple Corpses

2013-04-14 - Three men found dead in sauna in Yekaterinburg (Russia):

Note: Remember the library that closed in Ohio because hydrogen sulfide got into the building via the water supply? (Mentioned in the 2012-11-29 update.) Well, water contaminated with hydrogen sulfide is more apt to release the gas back into the air if the water is hot, like, say, in a sauna...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-15 - Two large explosions hit at the Boston Marathon in coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 3+ killed, 140+ injured:

Quote: "A third explosion occurred later at John F. Kennedy Library in Boston..."

Quote: "Counterterrorism officials found five additional suspect devices around the Boston area on Monday, but a law-enforcement official later said closer examinations led them to doubt that they were bombs."

Note: Was this a bombing? You got me. It's possible, though no one has taken credit, there are no suspects, nobody saw anybody place any bombs, there's no surveillance footage showing people placing bombs, etc, etc. Of course, if this was caused by methane blowing in from the nearly 4000 square miles of dissociating methane hydrate deposits off the East Coast then authorities will still want you to THINK it was a bomb, because bombers can be dealt with but you can't arrest or punish the Earth. So no matter what happened, you probably shouldn't count on getting the truth about this event. In any case, I did predict more fires and explosions and especially along coasts, and this was in coastal Boston's Back Bay area...

Category: Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-16 - More than 400 pigs, 122 dogs, plus rats, cats, hedgehogs, and birds suddenly die in village in China:

Quote: "Dead dogs were reported to be piled on the sides of the streets, and residents said many of the surviving animals are ill. Numerous cats died, and even dead rats were found."

Quote: "410 pigs died overnight, 122 dogs died for no reason, the birds fell down while they were flying, the hedgehogs just stopped crawling..."

Quote: "Local authorities said Friday that pigs and dogs that were found dead in a village in central China's Henan Province on Monday died from respiratory failure due to inhaling toxic gas."

Quote: "...the gas that killed the animals has not been identified..."

Note: They are attempting to blame all of this on a nearby factory's emissions, but the problem has gotten worse recently, in the last two years. That's because hydrogen sulfide emissions from the oceans, lakes and seas are now getting bad, particularly in the last two years, along with methane emissions. This was a widespread mass mortality event affecting pretty much all species in that area, on the ground and in the sky. The residents themselves are sickening too. I highly suspect a fairly concentrated cloud of hydrogen sulfide blew through this village. (If it was VERY concentrated then all the people would be dead too, but eventually the clouds blowing around the planet WILL become that concentrated.) Their propoganda office says they tested for poison gases. Which ones? And when? After the cloud had blown through? And can you really trust information that comes from 'propoganda' organizations in any case?

The escalating hydrogen sulfide problem is surely why the U.S. government is working on 'mass fatality' legislation, so that peoples' religious beliefs can be respected as pertains to burial and cremation and so on, after they die in mass HUMAN die-offs. This is why it might be wise for people to wake up, so that we might commit ourselves 100% - everybody on the planet - to building habitats that are independent of and protected from the atmosphere. The longer we wait to do so, the fewer that will survive. Every day that we delay now may cost us hundreds of thousands of lives, maybe millions.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-17 - Monumental explosion and fire devastate fertilizer plant in West (Texas), as many as 15 killed, 160+ injured:

Quote: "Major damage has been reported to homes and vehicles including a nearby funeral home and apartment building..."

Quote: "The US Geological Survey registered the explosion as a 2.1 magnitude quake, adding that 'the magnitude measures only the ground motion, not the air wave, so is substantially less than the true size of the event.'"

Quote: "The blast left the factory a smoldering ruin and leveled homes and businesses for blocks in every direction. The explosion in downtown West, about 20 miles north of Waco, shook the ground with the strength of a small earthquake and could be heard dozens of miles away. It sent flames shooting into the night sky and rained burning embers, shrapnel and debris down on shocked and frightened residents."

Note: Fertilizer is itself explosive. It's also absorbent and all absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, like wood, mulch, straw, hay, paper, cardboard, fabrics of all kinds, etc. So if any fertiziler were to absorb enough hydrogen sulfide to spontaneously combust then you would have big problems, like possibly a huge fire and explosion. They also had tanks of anhydrous ammonia at this facility, and possibly nitric acid. Burning anhydrous ammonia can result in chemical reactions that produce nitric acid. Nitric acid is very explosively flammable when it comes into contact with hydrogen sulfide. If they had any nitric acid tanks at this facility and even a little gaseous hydrogen sulfide were to get into one then you might very well see a catastrophe like this.

I specifically mentioned chemical plants burning and exploding in the full hypothesis more than a year ago. (And many chemical plants have burned and/or exploded since then, all over the world.) I mentioned chemical plants specifically because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with a variety of chemicals. Fertilizer plants like this one are simply a specific kind of chemical plant.

They'll never know the cause of this event. The explosion and fire were so devastating that there's little left but charred ruins. I suspect some hydrogen sulfide blew in off the Gulf Coast and was instrumental here, but even if it was, we'll never know for sure.

Category: Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-18 - Fish and other animals dying on the New River in coastal Belize:

Quote: "One week ago, hundreds of dead fish started showing up dead along the banks of the New River in Orange Walk..."

Quote: "CTV-3 in Orange Walk reports that they also found a dead crocodile, and saw signs that birds, iguanas and Spider Monkeys are also affected."

Note: So some hydrogen sulfide settles down on the river and kills not just some fish as some gas dissolves into the water (it is water-soluble), but also other species NEAR the water, like birds, lizards and monkeys. This is not dissimilar to that mass mortality event that just hit a village in China and killed pigs, cats, rats, birds, hedgehogs and more, as mentioned in the 2013-04-16 update. Hydrogen sulfide is poisonous to ALL oxygen-breathing creatures...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-19 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes, rattles residents in coastal communities in Connecticut:

Quote: "A loud boom rattled windows and prompted calls to police departments in several towns along the shoreline Friday night. People from Ledyard to East Haven and Milford reported hearing the loud sound and feeling their houses shake around 10 p.m."

Quote: "There were no storms in the area at the time and the U.S. Geological Survey website does not show an earthquake in Connecticut."

Note: These mysterious explosions shaking communities around the world, frequently along coasts or near bodies of water, are likely atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes finding an ignition source and detonating. When these explosions occur high in te atmosphere, a 'flash of light' is reported. When they occur closer to the ground then nobody may see anything, just feel the rumble. In the case of these East Coast explosions, it's probably mostly or entirely methane, since there are nearly 4,000 square miles of methane clathrate deposits dissociating off the East Coast.

I'll save you the trouble of looking up where this area is on a map. Here it is:

As you can see, this area is right ON the coast. It's also possible that methane clathrate deposits UNDERGROUND are dissociating now along the East Coast (and in other coastal areas such as Louisiana and California) and bubbling up through the soil and the waters.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-20 - RV, car and home destroyed by fire in Perry County (Kentucky), 2 killed:

Quote: "...a man's body was discovered between the home and a burned up car."

Quote: "Later Friday night, when the fire was finally put out, a woman's body was also discovered, this time, inside the home."

Quote: "We smelled tires burning, so it might have been the RV that went first."

Note: So the man was found dead outside the home, the woman was found dead inside the home, and it sounds like two vehicles burned up too, a car and an RV, and maybe the whole thing started with the RV. This is why I think it unwise to park your vehicle(s) next to your residence or next to other vehicles, to minimize risk. Obviously it's your life so it's up to you to decide whether you're willing to park your vehicle(s) near your residence and risk ending up like these two people...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2013-04-21 - FEMA planning 'Zombie / UFO Crash' disaster exercise on April 27, 2013 in Moscow (Idaho):

Quote: "VanDerBeek then wrote on his website: 'Personally, I do not believe in UFOs or zombies and neither does anyone in the federal government. It is quite likely that our government has a created a bio-chemical weapon that can induce zombie-like behaviors in humans and therefore assist in a mass murder event to promote global depopulation without taking the blame.'"

Note: Or maybe our government is simply preparing for the inevitable neuro-zombie outbreaks as neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide permeates our atmosphere, kills many, and damages the brains of those who it doesn't kill. So far it's been only one neuro-zombie at a time, but as the atmosphere becomes increasingly contaminated that will obviously change. What happens when a cloud of hydrogen sulfide blows through a town of 10,000 people, kills 9500 of them, and turns the 500 'survivors' into neuro-zombies like the face-eater in Florida? It took 6 bullets to put him down. Imagine 500 people like that, incapable of speech, resistant to pain, devoid of conscience or reason, savagely violent - you're gonna want people trained to deal with that sort of situation. You might even want to stock up on hollowpoint ammunition for such events. Oh, the government recently already ordered more than a billion hollowpoints? Well, then I guess they're ready so far as ammunition is concerned...

2013-04-21 - Arlington County (Virginia) training to deal with bioterrorism, pandemics and zombies:

Note: Mass-poisoning incidents involving hydrogen sulfide will require essentially the same response as a bioterror attack. And such incidents may indeed produce neuro-zombies. You won't have to shoot neuro-zombies in the head to kill them, but it did take six bullets to put the face-eater down, so you might WANT to, to save ammunition. You won't become a neuro-zombie yourself if you're bitten by one either. Instead you may become one simply by taking a breath at the wrong time, when hydrogen sulfide is present in the air you breathe...

Category: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-22 - Two men, 44 and 41, found dead on boats in harbors near Kodiak (Alaska), separate incidents:

Quote: "Police Chief T.C. Kamai tells KMXT that it does not appear the two deaths are related. Neither body has signs of trauma."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide will sweep in off the ocean and knock people dead. It may not APPEAR that these two deaths are related, but appearances can be deceiving, especially when an invisible but deadly gas in the atmosphere is concerned, and they certainly WERE linked by the atmosphere. Just last month two men, both 52, were found dead in their separate but ADJACENT homes in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15. They were similarly linked by the atmosphere. There have been other events like these too, and these events are not coincidences...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-23 - Blaze tears through pallet company, destroys two buildings, in Milroy (Indiana):

Note: All flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, hay, straw, mulch, dried brush, clothing, cotton, wool, etc. Pallets are obviously made of wood so they have the absorbent flammable material vulnerability. They also have another vulnerability: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel and that's what pallets are usually held together with: steel nails or screws, which rust. So a little hydrogen sulfide gets near some rusty iron/steel, a spark pops, right next to some wood contaminated with flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and whoosh, fire breaks out. There have been a whole lot of pallet-related fires in this past year as a consequence, and there's no end in sight. In fact, the problem seems to be worsening, which is only logical since our atmosphere is being increasingly contaminated over time. The last major pallet-related fire occurred in Akron (Ohio), where a building was destroyed by fire at a pallet company there, as mentioned in the 2013-04-19 update, just a few days prior to this event in Milroy...

I believe we could track the decline of human civilization by simply watching the number of pallet companies being destroyed by fires. The number per unit of time (weekly, monthly, whatever) will increase, eventually peak, then decline as there will be a decreasing number of pallet companies LEFT to burn. By the time there are no pallet companies left at all - and hence no pallet company fires - there will probably be little or nothing left of human civilization at that point either. In other words, we could use pallet companies as a model for the state of human civilization itself.

Category: 'Zombie' Files:

2013-04-24 - Woman, 29, says she's God, torches her car with dogs still in it, sits in traffic, in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and will harm peoples' brains. This area (and all of Florida) is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. This story seems similar to another story, where a woman abandoned her children in the car, went off to 'look for God' and was later found dead in a creek, as mentioned in the 2012-06-27 update. Another woman stripped naked and went inside the Orlando International Airport (Florida) and said Jesus made her do it, as mentioned in the 2012-09-22 update. Then there was a man who claimed to be Satan, stabbed a person and threatened others, in coastal Hollywood (Florida).

Now look at those four stories: Florida, creek, Florida, Florida. And to be sure, the sample size is still small. But I think the conclusion I would make here is that just as peoples' religious beliefs affect their decision-making and actions when their brains are undamaged and they are sane and rational, their religious beliefs may also play a factor when their brains are damaged by hydrogen sulfide. That is not to imply that religious people are any worse (or better) than non-religious people; I make no judgements here. It simply appears that religious beliefs may sometimes be a factor when people go insane too. And this certainly doesn't mean a non-religious guy won't eat your face off when HE goes insane. He might not say God made him do it - he might not even be capable of speech anymore at all - but you'd still be without a face.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-25 - Underground explosion and fire sends fireball erupting from street in coastal London (Britain), 2000 customers lose power:

Quote: "A huge fireball has burst from a pavement on a busy street narrowly missing a passer-by standing just yards from the blast. The dramatic explosion was said to have shaken nearby buildings and left a gaping crater at the side of the road. Video footage of the blast shows one astonished bystander running from the scene as flames shoot from the ground."

2013-04-25 - Three underground explosions as electrical fire erupts near train station in Sutton (Britain), power lost:

Quote: "The pavement ruptured in front of commuters from the force of the blasts. Witnesses described hearing three bangs at about 9.10am."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a highly flammable heavier-than-air gas which will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, bodies of water, canyons and valleys, etc. It is also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that used in underground electrical infrastructure around the world. As a consequence, there have been a rising number of underground fires and explosions in cities and towns around the world, mostly involving electrical infrastructure...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2013-04-26 - NYPD to deploy harmless gas into subway system to study dispersion patterns and the like:

Quote: "The plan, to be enacted in July, will investigate New York’s readiness to handle a chemical terrorist attack by dispersing the colorless gas and tracing it as it flows through the city, according to Scientific American. The test is expected to cost $3.4 million and is scheduled to be carried out in all five boroughs and dozens of stations on 21 of the city's 34 subway lines."

Quote: "The police will use roughly 200 detectors to monitor the gas. Dubbed the Subway-Surface Air Flow Exchange, the test will be the largest of its kind and organized in cooperation with the energy department’s Brookhaven National Laboratory. They’ll use perfluorocarbon tracer gases (PFTs), which are frequently used to measure potential sites for underground construction."

Note: There's very little if any difference between a 'chemical terrorist attack' and a chemical attack by Mother Earth involving hydrogen sulfide. They want to know where the gas will go, find the vulnerabilities in the system, try to fix them, before large numbers of people are gassed to death in the subways. This is a prime example of the schizophrenic nature of government now: on one hand, they're working very hard to keep the truth from you. On the other hand, they're trying very hard to protect you from the very thing they're hiding from you.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-27 - Explosion rocks Marathon refinery in Detroit (Michigan), local evacuations ensue, 1 injured:

Quote: "I saw the fire ball. The whole top of the tank was on fire and you could see it melted."

Note: Well, I did mention that petroleum-related facilities - among other things - were going to explode/burn. Lucky guess? Like Kurt Russell's character said in the remake of 'The Thing', 'Why don't we just wait here for a while...see what happens.'

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-28 - Huge inferno destroys or damages about 30 boats at Riveredge Marina in Ashland (New Hampshire):

Note: The record for most boats destroyed in one fire remains at 58, which were incinerated in a humongous blaze at a marina on Norris Lake in Lafollette (Tennessee), as mentioned in the 2012-09-10 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-29 - Powerful explosion damages building in central Prague (Czech Republic), 40 injured, 2 or 3 missing:

Note: And yet another gigantic building-ravaging explosion. Sure are a lot of these happening lately. Can't say I'm surprised...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2013-04-30 - Massive blaze tears through Pacific Pulp Paper company in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "According to Mure, there was believed to be a large amount of cardboard and other materials inside the building which fueled the flames."

Quote: "Officials told ABC15 crews at the scene that the fire started in a paper bundle outside the building. It is unclear at this time what sparked the flames."

Note: All absorbent flammable materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Those materials include: wood, paper, cardboard, clothing, wool, cotton, hay, straw, mulch, generic trash, dried brush, pallets, furniture, etc. Also telling is that this fire began in an outdoor bundle of paper. At least indoors they would be somewhat protected from any hydrogen sulfide or methane that might blow through. Outdoors, they're fully exposed. Eventually such materials absorb enough gas that they spontaneously combust...

1 comment:

  1. On Animal Dies Offs, Birds catagory there a bunch in this You Tube collection -