Saturday, June 1, 2013

Event Update For 2013-05-31

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
2013-05-31 - Huge inferno devours thousands of pallets at pallet yard at 3:30 AM, lights up the night sky, in Doncaster (Britain):
Quote: "All the pallets, many thousands of them, have been destroyed in the fire."
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.
There have been numerous pallet fires over the past year or so, some of them simply gigantic. Pallets have a number of vulnerabilities to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. First, they're made of wood, and all flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, sawdust, dried brush, mulch, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, etc. Secondly, they're held together with steel nails or screws, which rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel; sparking and fire can result from contact between rusty iron/steel and gaseous hydrogen sulfide, no flame or heat source necessary. Finally, pallets are often kept outside, where they are fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide or methane blowing by in the atmosphere. Consequently, there've been lots of pallet-related fires. Wood porches and decks and fences all have these same vulnerabilities, although they are usually better-protected with sealants or paint or both...

2013-05-31 - Apartment building explodes in coastal Taguig City in the Philippine Islands, 6 killed, 5 injured:

2013-05-31 - Apartment building explodes and burns in downtown Brussels (Belgium), 9 injured:

Note: First link is the original article, second link is Google Translate, and third link is a Google Translate link to translate the article to English...

2013-05-31 - Massive fire devastates hotel and restaurant in Houston (Texas), 4 firefighters killed, 5 people injured:

Quote: "Four firefighters were killed battling a massive hotel fire in southwest Houston today, making this the deadliest day in history for the Houston Fire Department."

Quote: "Records from show that dating back to 1889, never before have so many HFD firefighters been killed in a single blaze."

2013-05-31 - Vacant building explodes and burns in Jackson (Mississippi):

Quote: "People near the former Consumers Energy building say they heard what sounded like an explosion shortly before a fire started in the vacant utility headquarters..."

2013-05-31 - Huge fire destroys electrical retail factory in coastal Sydney (Australia), millions in damages:

Note: Say, I wonder if there was any electrified copper in there...

2013-05-31 - Massive fire engulfs foam factory in Delhi's Mundka area (India):

Quote: "The incident comes just five days after a fire broke in a storeroom containing foam mattresses and wooden material in Mundka village."

Note: Foam is another flammable absorbent material. All such materials are absorbing methane and/or hydrogen sulfide and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, dried brush, mulch, hay, straw, clothing, cotton, wool, etc.

2013-05-31 - Explosion rocks fragrance company in Bethlehem (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-05-31 - Lumber mill destroyed by fire in Juniata County (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-31 - Fire erupts at lumber plant in Hanceville (Alabama):

2013-05-31 - Wildfire burns 1,500 acres in San Francisquito Canyon near coastal Los Angeles (California), evacuations ensue:

2013-05-31 - Wildfire burns 800 acres in the Santa Fe National Forest near Jemez Springs (New Mexico), 40 homes evacuated:

2013-05-31 - Underground fire erupts at auto junkyard in Falls (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "We were here for almost four hours Thursday for underground fires. The flames were shooting out of the ground..."

2013-05-31 - Japanese fishing ship 'Kenyo Maru 18' bursts into flame at port in coastal Lima (Peru):

2013-05-31 - Boat bursts into flame at dock at Cedar Beach Marina in coastal Babylon (New York), on Long Island:

2013-05-31 - School bus bursts into flame on I-684 near Lewisboro (New York):

2013-05-31 - School bus bursts into flame on West Street in Southington (Connecticut):,0,3143293.story

Quote: "He says students from RHAM High School were on their way to a field trip to Lake Compounce..."

2013-05-31 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in the area of Routes 55 and 39 in Sherman (Connecticut):

2013-05-31 - Transit bus bursts into flame on road near Tatale (Ghana), completely destroyed:

Quote: "A fully loaded Metro Mass.Transit bus travelling from Tamale to Tatale in the Northern Region on Friday evening caught fire and burnt to ashes. However, all passengers on-board numbering about 62, escaped unhurt but most of their goods and belongings on-board the bus were completely burnt."

Quote: "Mr Samed said the bus was in good condition before taking off."

2013-05-31 - Three tractor trailers burn in Albany (Georgia), loaded with McDonalds food:

Quote: "Firefighters are still trying to determine what caused a fire in Northwest Albany Friday morning that did more than $362,000 in damage to three tractor trailers."

Note: Two tractor trailers were destroyed, the third damaged. They were parked next to each other. If they'd just parked them away from each other, they might have saved a quarter million dollars in damages. I have a feeling we're gonna wish we'd been smarter about this when the tractor trailers and tanker trucks are all gone and there are no more food, fuel or medicine deliveries...

2013-05-31 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Scotrun (Pennsylvania):

2013-05-31 - Box truck bursts into flame in AutoZone parking lot in Summerville (South Carolina):

2013-05-31 - Truck bursts into flame in parking lot in Vinton (Virginia):,0,7206649.story

2013-05-31 - RV bursts into flame in downtown Salt Lake City (Utah):

2013-05-31 - Camper-van bursts into flame at home in Blackburn (Britain), fire spreads to tree house, fence, house:

2013-05-31 - Burger van bursts into flame at industrial estate in Crawley (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Van bursts into flame while parked at unfinished home in Skippack (Pennsylvania), fire spreads to garage, home:

Note: Looks like it was gonna be a nice home and it looks like it was almost completed too. If contractors hadn't parked a vehicle next to it then this house might've lasted long enough for someone to actually move into it...

2013-05-31 - Van bursts into flame at 7-Eleven in Waterford (Michigan):

2013-05-31 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on US 321 near Blowing Rock (North Carolina), fire spreads to towed RV trailer:

2013-05-31 - Limousine bursts into flame on Dey Road in Cranbury Township (new Jersey):

2013-05-31 - In separate incidents, three cars burst into flame in Suffolk (Britain):

Note: First car burned at 1:19 AM (Ipswitch), second at 3:33 AM (Needham Market), third at 3:40 AM (Felixstowe)...

2013-05-31 - In separate incidents, two cars and a van burst into flame in Winnipeg (Canada):

Note: First, car burned up at 2:30 AM and fire spread and damaged two garages too. Second, car burned up at 3:30 AM in a garage. Third, van burned up before 5 AM in an alley...

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame, fire spreads, at Hudson River parking deck at Pier 40 in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Quote: "One car caught fire, igniting a chain reaction that sparked fires in several other cars. Smoke was seen billowing out of the parking deck."

Note: I mentioned some months ago that we'd eventually start seeing parking lots of vehicles going up in flames. Looks like we're getting there now...

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 50 near La Junta (Colorado):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame on the M1 near coastal London (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM while parked near home in St. John's (Canada), fire spreads to motorcycle and home:

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame while parked near home in Quinte West (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame on Rake Lane in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame on Wellington Street in Gloucester (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM on Conduit Street in Gloucester (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame on High Road in Hough On The Hill (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame on Bridge Road in Countess Wear (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

2013-05-31 - Forklift bursts into flame inside industrial estate in Newquay (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Semi trailer bursts into flame, fire spreads, four mobile homes destroyed, in Walsenburg (Colorado):

2013-05-31 - Barn and home destroyed by blaze in Litchfield (Maine):

2013-05-31 - Barn destroyed by fire in Acushnet (Massachusetts):

2013-05-31 - Barn destroyed by fire in Loose (Britain), near Maidstone, 1 killed:

2013-05-31 - Transformer bursts into flame near grocery store in Lexington (Kentucky):

2013-05-31 - Manufacturing plant erupts in flame in downtown San Antonio (Texas):

2013-05-31 - Construction debris bursts into flame inside shipping container in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Couch bursts into flame on porch, fire spreads, home desroyed, in Webster (Massachusetts):

2013-05-31 - Rubbish fires erupt on CTA train tracks twice in one day in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:,0,4606609.story

2013-05-31 - Home destroyed by fire in Puna on the Big Island (Hawaii):

2013-05-31 - Home destroyed by fire near the mouth of Weber Canyon (Utah):

2013-05-31 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Bronx (New York), 2 critically burned:

2013-05-31 - Back porch bursts into flame at 2:15 AM at home in Salisbury (Maryland):

Note: Several other fires mentioned too, including some mulch spontaneously combusting and causing $50,000 worth of damage to a home...

2013-05-31 - Vacant home bursts into flame at 2 AM in Buffalo (New York), fire spreads to adjacent occupied home:

Note: It's becoming decidedly unsafe to live next to vacant structures...

2013-05-31 - Vacant home and occupied home burn within an hour starting at 6:15 AM in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-05-31 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2013-05-31 - Vacant building destroyed by fire at 12:42 AM in Spokane (Washington):

2013-05-31 - Third tiger in a week found dead at near the Corbett Tiger Reserve in Nainital district (India):

2013-05-31 - Fish kill at Altus-Lugert Lake (Oklahoma), lake deemed no longer viable for fish:

Quote: "The department says it completed a four-day survey in April using nets and electrofishing and caught no fish."

2013-05-31 - Mother and son, 22 and 2, found dead in water tank at home in Bikaner (India):

2013-05-31 - Teen boy, 17, found dead at home in Holland Township (New Jersey), near the Delaware River:

2013-05-31 - Teen girl, 17, found dead at home in Medina (Ohio), near Lake Medina:

Quote: "Police listed the case as a possible drug overdose, but no drugs or paraphernalia were found in a search of Brittnee’s room and purse."

Note: I mentioned the authorities will likely try to use 'drug overdose' as an excuse to disguise some of the deaths caused by hydrogen sulfide poisoning. So they found zero evidence of any drug involvement here - none at all - and what do they do? They list possible drug overdose as cause of death. Sure, that's possible, but so is hydrogen sulfide poisoning...

2013-05-31 - Young man, 18, found dead in Coleman Creek at University of Arkansas in Little Rock (Arkansas):

2013-05-31 - Man, 59, found dead in partially submerged vehicle in retention pond in coastal Texas City (Texas):

Quote: "A Texas City man was found dead in his partially submerged car after he suffered an apparent heart attack..."

Note: Say, that's exactly what hydrogen sulfide is going to look like in many cases: an apparent heart attack. And this city is right on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, near its dead zones, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. Also, as mentioned in the full hypothesis: "More people will be found dead in submerged vehicles."

2013-05-31 - Body found in submerged car in the Wabash River near Lafayette (Indiana):

2013-05-31 - Man, 69, found dead in vacant home in Macon (Georgia):

2013-05-31 - Inmate, 36, drops dead in his cell at jail in Baxter County (Arkansas):

2013-05-31 - Woman, 32, found dead at factory compound near Wankaner (India):

2013-05-31 - Man, 46, found dead at Fort McCoy (Wisconsin):

2013-05-31 - Carpenter found dead at home he was working at, in Haddam (Connecticut), near the Connecticut River:

2013-05-31 - Woman, 26, found dead in woodland near her car in Sedgley (Britain):

2013-05-31 - Body found in the Umatilla River near Mission (Oregon), may be missing 41-year-old woman:

2013-05-31 - Five small planes crash within 24 hours across the United States, 4 killed, 7 injured (total):

Quote: "Five small plane crashes have happened within the past 24 hours across the country. Four people have died and seven others were injured. Two separate planes crashed into residences in Virginia and Washington."

2013-05-31 - Two small planes collide mid-air near Phoenix (Arizona), 4 killed:

2013-05-31 - Tour bus overturns, bursts into flame, on the Sinai Peninsula (Egypt), 4 killed, 17 injured:

2013-05-31 - Helicopter crashes into Chautauqua Lake (New York), occupants swim to safety:

2013-05-31 - Five-vehicle pileup at 4:50 AM inside tunnel, three vehicles burn, in coastal Bangkok (Thailand), 3 injured:

2013-05-31 - Fuel tanker truck overturns on Mystic Valley Parkway in Arlington (Massachusetts), near the Mystic River, 1 injured:

Quote: "...quite a bit of gasoline ran into nearby sewers and the Mystic River."

2013-05-31 - Fuel tanker truck overturns near Butte Meadows (California), near Big Chico Creek:

Quote: "The driver was not injured in the crash, but the truck and both trailers were leaking, sending a mixture of diesel, gasoline and 'mid-range fuel' flowing toward Big Chico Creek..."

2013-05-31 - Tractor trailer hauling strawberries veers off road into gorge, overturns, on Highway 101 in Ventura (California):

2013-05-31 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-264 ramp in coastal Hampton Roads (Virginia):

2013-05-31 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-85 in Cleveland County (North Carolina):

2013-05-31 - Two cars collide head-on, in Washington Township (New Jersey), 3 injured:

2013-05-31 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, one car bursts into flame, in Orange County (Florida), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-05-31 - Empty vehicle plunges into the ocean at the 5th Avenue Marina in coastal Oakland (California):

Note: Nobody in the vehicle. Was this another case of a vehicle starting itself and driving off? Brakes had burned out, or brake fluid lines had ruptured?

2013-05-31 - Two dogs burst out of yard and viciously attack postal worker in Saskatoon (Canada), cops shoot one dead:

2013-05-31 - Sinkhole opens up along I-95 in coastal Guilford (Connecticut):

2013-05-31 - Sinkhole opens up near road in Shawnee (Kansas):

2013-05-31 - NSF awards grant to develop material that can selectively oxidize physiological levels of hydrogen sulfide:

Quote: "Jason Bennett’s proposal, 'Advancing Electrodeposited Dicyano-ferriprotoporphyrin as an Electrocatalytic Material Capable of Selectively Oxidizing Hydrogen Sulfide Over Interfering Gasotransmitters' will be supported with $176,588 for two years beginning in July and $66,874 in a third year, contingent on the availability of funds."

Note: Can you really ever have enough electrodeposited dicyano-ferriprotoporphyrin?! I think not! Actually, I have no idea what any of that means other than it sounds like it'd possibly lead to the ability to mitigate hydrogen sulfide within the human body, and that sounds useful.


  1. Good morning - a few items for your perusal -

    Ingoldmells' Bell Inn fire 'caused by faulty electrics'
    "Investigators said a fault in a neon light transformer in the attic may have caused the fire."

    Death of man found in Thetford river 'unexplained'

    Soldier found dead in car at Thorney Island barracks

    Norton Bridge freight train hit by fire

    Here's a pretty good page with a rolling list of mass animal die-offs (in case you haven't seen it):

    And just to comment on these two recent events:

    Event Update For 2013-05-31:

    Woman, 26, found dead in woodland near her car in Sedgley (Britain):

    Event Update For 2013-05-26:

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

    Similar pattern in these two cases, both exhibited symptoms of confusion, distress and 'illness' before they disappeared, both appear to have dropped dead eventually and they lived within twenty or so miles of each other (as the crow flies, about 22 miles by road), near to the coast and the River Severn.
    I put them in my "Hmmm... Files!"

    1. Thanks and morning to you too! Or, I guess it's afternoon there, but close enough.

      Yes, those two deaths are definitely two for the 'Hmmm Files'! Any single event, not too alarming. It's the patterns of events that are alarming. But that's one way they're keeping what's happening out of peoples' consciousnesses, by keeping people focused on one event at a time, so they don't see the forest for the trees. I'm sure it helps that this is actually an insidious problem here: nothing to see, often nothing to smell, only the effects, and they can always come up with some excuse for that as long as they only have to explain away one event at a time.

    2. Also, nice animal die-off link there, very useful! I think I'll add that to the top of the monthly animal die-off lists from here on out, starting with the May list when I get to that. (Takes me about a week to process all the monthly data these days. I remember when I could do it all in one day!)