Thursday, June 6, 2013

Event Update For 2013-06-05

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
2013-06-05 - Underground electrical fire erupts in subway in Moscow (Russia), thousands evacuated, dozens injured:
Quote: "The ministry said nearly 60 people sought medical help and 11 were hospitalized. Most of them suffered from smoke inhalation. Thousands were evacuated."
Note: This is basically the same thing as all the other underground electrical fires and explosions that have been occurring in cities and towns all over, except this time it happened near an area where there were lots of people present. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, bodies of water, valleys, ditches, ravines, canyons, etc. It is also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like wiring and cables in underground electrical facilities and battery cables and other wiring in vehicles.
NYPD in New York City is going to deploy a harmless gas into the subway system this summer to study gas dispersion patterns, as mentioned in the 2013-04-26 update. This will be the biggest and most expensive study of its kind ever done. This is being done ostensibly in case of a terrorist bioweapon attack, to understand the flow patterns of dangerous gases. And sure, the information they acquire will be useful in that regard if such an event ever happens. But it will ALSO be useful in determining where atmospheric hydrogen sulfide will go, and help address system vulnerabilities in order to try to prevent large numbers of people from dropping dead in the NYC subway system and to help prevent devastating fires and explosions.

2013-06-05 - Home explodes in Morristown (Vermont):

2013-06-05 - Two-story home explodes and burns in Rocklin (California), 1 lightly injured:

Quote: "Neighbors in a Rocklin neighborhood reported that they heard an explosion when a two-story home caught fire late Wednesday night."

2013-06-05 - Blaze erupts at the Redbridge recycling center in Oxford (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Fire erupts at recycling center in Mannorcunningham on the Big Isle (Ireland):

Quote: "The blaze broke out in a shed used as a a store for recycling materials by the Ferry’s Refuse Company."

2013-06-05 - City dump bursts into flame in coastal Rockland (Maine):

2013-06-05 - Several thousand pallets burn at 1:30 AM at pallet yard on Cow House Lane in Armthorpe (Britain):

Note: Another fire was mentioned nearby, the same morning, at 2:45 AM, possibly caused by heat or embers from the pallet fire. And a third fire mentioned a couple days later, where some rubbish caught fire in an alley. A number of cars have burst into flame in or near Doncaster recently too, one mentioned in the 2013-06-04 update, one mentioned in the 2013-05-30 update, and one mentioned in the 2013-05-02 update, plus a barn destroyed in February. They say this pallet fire was arson, but mention no evidence of people being involved, so that just sounds like an assumption...

2013-06-05 - Boat explodes and burns while moored on river near Staines (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Boat explodes and burns on the Intercoastal Waterway near Wrightsville Beach (North Carolina), man jumps overboard:

2013-06-05 - School bus bursts into flame in the Deer Creek subdivision of Blythewood (South Carolina):

2013-06-05 - School bus bursts into flame near the Jack Lynch Tunnel in coastal Cork (Ireland):

2013-06-05 - Minibus bursts into flame in Yenagoa (Nigeria), near Ox Bow Lake:

2013-06-05 - Passenger bus tire bursts into flame in coastal Talisay City in the Philippine Islands:

2013-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6 AM on I-65 near Elizabethtown(kentucky):

2013-06-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M25 near Dartford Crossing (Britain):

2013-06-05 - RV bursts into flame in Langley (Canada):

2013-06-05 - Abandoned RV bursts into flame, explodes, in field near New Cumnock (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked on street, fire spreads to trees, car, in Kelowna (Canada):

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at CVS pharmacy in Sparks (Nevada):

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame at 3:35 AM while parked at home in coastal Melbourne (Australia), fire spreads 2nd car and 2 homes:

Quote: "...the fact that the car hadn't been used for a long time gave reason for it to be deemed suspicious."

Note: LMAO, obviously their fire officials are not paying attention to what's been going on all over the world as regards non-running vehicles bursting into flame. Residents of Melbourne might wanna hire some more observant fire officials...

2013-06-05 - Car explodes into flame at 1:30 AM while parked at home in Woodville South (Australia), 2 miles from the coast:

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...

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame at 2 AM on highway in coastal Seattle (Washington), man jumps out at 60 MPH, 1 injured:

Quote: "A man is battered but still alive after jumping from a burning car as it was headed down the highway at 60 mph, the Washington State Patrol reported. The bizarre incident unfolded Wednesday at about 2 a.m. when a gold car heading east on Highway 518 burst into flames just east of the Sea-Tac Airport exit. For some reason, the driver of the car did not pull over but jumped out of the moving vehicle as it was going at about 60 mph."

Quote: "Meanwhile, the burning car kept going with no one inside for about a mile and half before crashing into some bushes..."

Note: Must've been a sight to see, a driverless burning car going down the highway for a mile and a half!

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame near the Basin Reserve in coastal Wellington (New Zealand):

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on the A31 at Poulner Hill, near Ringwood (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on the A55 slip road at Hoole, Chester (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Salina (Kansas):

Quote: "Siemsen said the fire, which melted the tail lights and a luggage rack and destroyed the contents of the trunk, is being investigated as a possible arson."

Note: Tail lights, which means electrified copper. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, thus all the underground electrical fires and explosions, the non-running vehicles bursting into flame, the fires starting at outdoor lights on homes, the battery fires on Boeing Dreamliners, etc.

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame in while parked in parking lot in Jamestown (North Dakota):

2013-06-05 - Car bursts into flame on tow truck on the A2 near Dartford (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-70 near Hancock (Maryland):,0,6132066.story

2013-06-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 20 near Nevada City (California):

2013-06-05 - Rash of vehicle fires scares residents in northwest Tuscon (Arizona):

Quote: "The scary part?  The fires are happening in the middle of the night, very close to homes."

Note: They're happening very close to homes because people are parking their vehicles very near their homes. If people were parking their vehicles farther away from their homes then these fires would be happening there...

2013-06-05 - Vehicle and garage destroyed by explosion and fire just before 4 AM in Negaunee (Michigan):

2013-06-05 - Auto shop destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Lisbon (Iowa):

2013-06-05 - Auto shop damaged by fire just before 3 AM in Altamont (New York):

2013-06-05 - Auto shop damaged by fire at 4:30 AM in San Antonio (Texas):

Quote: "He also added no vehicles were damaged, including a $250,000 customized Ford King Ranch that he was working on."

Note: Wow, I'd like to see some pics of that truck!

2013-06-05 - Barn destroyed by fire near Oxdrift (Canada), 300 chicks and a calf killed:

2013-06-05 - Battery pack bursts into flame at home in West Elmira (New York), fire spreads to ammo, explosions ensue, home damaged:

2013-06-05 - Middle school catches fire in coastal Brooklyn (New York), school evacuated:

Quote: "'The whole room was on fire, then the lights in the room went out,' said Darien Chalmers, 13, a sixth-grader. 'It was scary, my heart was beating fast.'"

2013-06-05 - Blaze rips through Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury (Britain), 4 injured, dozens evacuated:

2013-06-05 - Recycling bins removed in coastal Portland (Maine) after series of fires in them during the wee hours:

Note: They are actually attempting to portray these fires as arson (though, as usual, they have no actual evidence that that's the case). No arsonist would get up that early in the morning during the same timeframe each time just to ignite some trash. It's too predictable and nobody cares if trash burns and nobody is even awake to see the fires and fires inside recycling bins aren't going to be visually awe-inspiring. In fact, if they really DO think this is the work of an arsonist, then they should leave the bins there, and assign an unmarked cop at each one during that timeframe and they'd nab the bastard in no time...

2013-06-05 - Trash bin bursts into flame on Flint Court in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Trash bin bursts into flame on Rochester Drive in Stanney in coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Porch bursts into flame at 3:13 AM at home in Coal City (Illinois):

2013-06-05 - Porch bursts into flame at vacant home in Norwich (Connecticut):

Quote: "The fire appeared to have started in the area of a back porch..."

2013-06-05 - Porch bursts into flame on shed at lakefront residence in Harveys Lake (Pennsylvania), shed destroyed:

Quote: "The fire was reported at 3:05 p.m. and by 3:45 p.m., firefighters were spraying down the collapsed structure of a shed behind a home at Pole 260 along the lake. Two firefighters working nearby were the first on the scene and saw flames on the porch of the building..."

2013-06-05 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Paauilo on the Big Island (Hawaii), fire spreads, two more homes damaged:

2013-06-05 - Home damaged by fire in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2013-06-05 - Vacant home burns in coastal Oakland (California):

2013-06-05 - Man found on fire on street in the seaside town of Ramsgate (Britain), man dies:

2013-06-05 - Park worker, 25, drops dead in her residence at Crater Lake National Park (Oregon):

2013-06-05 - Middle-aged woman found dead in the Lymington River near Brockenhurst (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Woman found dead in tent at the Santa Cruz River in Sahuarita (Arizona):

2013-06-05 - Man, tourist, 37, found dead at beach in coastal Phuket (Thailand):

2013-06-05 - Man, tourist, found dead at beach on Dhiffushi Island:

2013-06-05 - Woman falls off cliff and dies at Mwnt in coastal Ceredigion (Britain):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-06-05 - Man found dead in the River Witham, near dock area, in Boston (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Man, 74, found dead in the Cuyahoga River in Troy Township (Ohio):

2013-06-05 - Man found dead near railroad tracks in Rochester (New York):

2013-06-05 - Woman, 62, found dead in damaged boat at Olcott Beach in coastal Olcott (New York):

2013-06-05 - Missing man, 53, found dead in pond in Grand Rapids (Michigan):

2013-06-05 - Body found in car on Highway 41 in Winnebago County (Wisconsin):

2013-06-05 - Man found dead in construction hole in Ardmore (Oklahoma):

2013-06-05 - Scottish man, 28, found dead near the banks of the Beas River (India):

2013-06-05 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Chengdu (China) after 'loud bang' heard, nose cone crushed:

2013-06-05 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-65 near Henryville (Indiana):

2013-06-05 - Truck and car collide, fierce fire and massive explosions ensue, road melts, in coastal Fort Myers (Florida):

Quote: "A Ryder truck and a black car slammed into each other and ignited a fire and series of explosions and the flames burned so hot they melted part of the road."

Quote: "The person at fault for the accident must pay those road work costs."

Quote: "I thought maybe the gas station may explode because of the fire. We scared and we ran..."

2013-06-05 - Van slams into transit bus, bursts into flame, on I-94 in Detroit (Michigan), 1 killed:

2013-06-05 - Minivan veers off road, crashes into home, bursts into flame, in Topeka (Kansas), 1 injured:

Quote: "An elderly man likely suffering from a medical condition was taken to a local hospital in a life-threatening condition Wednesday evening after the vehicle he was driving crashed into a house and caught fire in Topeka’s Oakland neighborhood."

Note: Say, hydrogen sulfide causes medical conditions too, and fires...

2013-06-05 - Two cars collide, one bursts into flame, in Livonia (Michigan):

2013-06-05 - Car hits vehicle, bursts into flame, on the slip road leaving the M2, near Chatham (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, in coastal Bangkok (Thailand), two women burned to death:

2013-06-05 - Car veers off road, hits pole, bursts into flame, in Barnstable (Massachusetts), woman seriously burned:

2013-06-05 - Car veers off road, careens into cottage in Bucklesham (Britain), 1 injured:

2013-06-05 - Car plunges into canal in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-06-05 - Bees attack and sting several people at Sandcastle Apartments in Corpus Christi (Texas):

2013-06-05 - Sinkhole opens up near home in Runnells (Iowa):

2013-06-05 - Sinkhole opens up on road in Mountain Home (Idaho):

2013-06-05 - Four-story building being demolished collapses in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 12 injured, some trapped:

2013-06-05 - In separate incidents, two women suffer seizures in Drogheda (Ireland), near the Irish Sea:

Note: Initially the authorities tried to blame this on contaminated pot, as apparently both women had smoked some pot. But after checking, the pot wasn't contaminated. What these 2 woman experienced sounds quite similar to the 3 kids who collapsed with seizures and foaming at the mouth at a school near the Rio Grande in El Paso, as mentioned in the 2013-06-04 update...

2013-06-05 - Gas leak closes High Street in coastal Penryn (Britain):

2013-06-05 - Methane frozen beneath lakes around the world, including Abraham Lake in Alberta (Canada):

Note: Some beautiful photos of the deadly danger lurking in lakes around the world...


  1. Any updates on the cause of that explosion at the college in New York? I saw they thought it might be 'natural gas'

    We had a couple of odd events here tuesday night/wednesday morning, the one in Northampton possibly associated with a power outage:

    Northampton 'explosions' treated as unexplained

    Mystery of Cornwall's "rhythmic booming" noise

    1. That's last I saw, they think the college that exploded was 'gas leak'. But then, what if an explosion blows up a college, and that explosion ruptures a gas line? Then it's going to look like the ruptured gas line caused the explosion. So maybe that's what happened there.

      Uh oh, more mysterious explosions. Those scare me! That's basically an indication that explosions can now strike us pretty much anywhere at any time, and once that has started - and it looks like it has - then it's probably just gonna get worse and worse, until it's like living in a war zone. In fact, explosions, fires, vehicles and buildings blowing up, poison gas wafting around, people going crazy or simply freaking out - that sounds exactly like a horrible warzone there, except this time there won't really be an ENEMY that you can shoot to end the war.

      Also, sorry for my slow response - computer came, so I've been installing stuff on it, yada yada, trying to make the transition from old Vista computer to new Win8 computer as seemless as humanly possible, while not missing an update. Easier said than done! (Not sure what the point of that Win8 start screen thing is for people without touchscreens either, but I've researched ways to turn that off, which I might.)

  2. Yeah I bet it's hard to tell either way in the aftermath. Unless someone there reported smelling gas before the blast then I guess the only other way would be to check the meters to see if an unusual amount of gas was being drawn at that property.

    I have to say with all these fires and explosions going on now why people aren't asking serious questions about just what the hell is going on! There's been two passenger train fires in Ireland and I just saw a bus caught fire in China and killed a load of people too, it's getting beyond obvious!

    Still, glad to hear you got the new pc sorted, I'm gonna skip Windows 8 and wait for the next one, I skipped Vista and stuck to XP until 7 came out.