Tuesday, October 1, 2013

2013 - SEP - Spotlight Stories

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-01 - Underground fire hits pumping station in North Attleborough (Massachusetts):
Note: The previous underground fire/explosion was waaaaay back in...one day prior, in Detroit, when underground electrical explosions blew manhole covers off, as mentioned in the 2013-08-31 update. These underground explosions and fires are happening with increasing frequency. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas which will tend to flow to low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, electrical vaults, sewers, ponds, streams, rivers, ditches, canyons, valleys, quays, etc. It is also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like wiring in vehicles and infrastructure. It is also reactive with rusty iron/steel like that found on vehicles and pipes and brackets and the like in underground infrastructure...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-02 - Huge inferno tears though recycling and construction warehouse in Alexandria (Virginia), explosion mentioned:
Quote: "He says it's not clear what burned inside, but a sign on the outside of the building says it is a construction and recycling business."
Quote: "For them to shut down a major highway, it must be so bad..."
Quote: "Greg Beard was working in the building next door when the blaze began. He recorded video on his iPhone, capturing the sound of an explosion."
Note: Alexandria is located right on the banks of the Potomac River...
2013-09-02 - Recycling center hit by fire in San Antonio (Texas):
2013-09-02 - Recycling center hit by fire on Bryant Road in Bedworth (Britain):
2013-09-02 - Tire recycling facility hit by fire on Bayton Road in Coventry (Britain):
2013-09-02 - Landfill hit by fire in coastal Sherwood (Canada):
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-03 - Underground electrical fire erupts in Temescal Valley (California), near Lake Mathews, evacuations ensue:
Quote: "According to the report, firefighters were called to the 24600 block of Glen Ivy Road at 1:49 p.m. regarding an underground electrical vault fire."
Quote: "In May, an underground vault fire in Menifee turned fatal following an explosion and blaze that left an SCE worker dead."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and it will tend to flow to low-lying areas like underground electrical facilities, sewers, basements, ditches, ravines, canyons, valleys, lakes, ponds, streams, rivers. It is also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like that found in electrical infrastructure, including wiring in vehicles if a functioning battery is in place. Since the atmospheric contamination problem is a problem that escalates over time, we're seeing more and more of these underground electrical fires and explosions, and we'll see many more. The last two 'big' underground electrical fire/explosion events were in Detroit (Michigan), mentioned in the 2013-08-31 update, and in New York City (New York), where several vehicles were incinerated and 5 people were sickened by carbon monoxide, mentioned in the 2013-08-22 update...
2013-09-03 - Transformer explodes and burns on River Street in Wilkes-Barre (North Carolina), 5000+ customers go dark:
Quote: "The transformer explosion was followed by reports of a widespread power outage that stopped elevators and triggered alarms. Some traffic lights were also knocked out in the area."
2013-09-03 - Transformer explodes and burns near industrial area in Wyckoff (New Jersey), trees ignite:
Quote: "A transformer explosion ignited a fire behind an industrial park in Wyckoff tonight that set parts of some trees ablaze, emergency workers said."

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents
2013-09-04 - 130 vehicles crash at Sheppey Crossing near the Isle of Sheppey (Britain), dozens injured:
Quote: "Early reports suggested up to 40 vehicles were involved, but police later said more than 100 had crashed. Firefighters said they had freed five people from their vehicles on the southbound carriageway. About 200 people have minor injuries."
Wiki: "The Sheppey Crossing is a four-lane road bridge which crosses The Swale at a height of 35m, linking the Isle of Sheppey with mainland Kent."
Note: Blamed on fog. Could be. However, this area is right on the coast, exactly where hydrogen sulfide is apt to be a bigger problem than in non-coastal areas, causing accidents as brakes burn up, tires explode, drivers lose consciousness, etc. (Also pay attention to all the vehicles that have been bursting into flame on bridges, especially in recent months.) Hydrogen sulfide is also a water-soluble gas and may actually get into the fog vapor, and when you breathe contaminated fog vapor...well, it can't possibly be too good for you. It may be wise to avoid fog and mist whenever possible. As a character in the movie 'The Fog' said: "There's something in the fog!"

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-05 - Metal recycling facility hit by raging inferno in Taft (Florida):
Quote: "According to the company's website, Trademark Metals Recycling is Florida's largest scrap-metal recycler..."
Note: And here's yet another metal-related facility going up in flames. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers." A fire just like this one hit a metal-recycling facility near coastal Bell Bay on the island of Tasmania (Australia) the day prior, as mentioned in the 2013-09-04 update, and there have been many others before that, and especially in recent months. This problem is going to get much worse...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-06 - Three chemical transport trucks burst into flame at midnight, neighborhood evacuated, in Laveen (Arizona), another truck burns on US 60 near Phoenix:
Quote: "Three trucks owned by CTI, a company specializing in transporting chemicals, caught fire. Those trucks were loaded with copper concentrate, which is highly flammable. Copper concentrate, the raw material for copper smelters, is made up of copper, iron and sulfide."
Quote: "According to the Department of Public Safety, the fire in Laveen was related to a similar situation that forced the closure of A seven-mile stretch of U.S. 60 northwest of Phoenix. DPS said a truck was hauling copper concentrate that began to smolder and emit a toxic gas, hydrogen sulfide. The driver felt woozy and pulled over. He was treated at a hospital and released. Firefighters cooled off the load with water."
Note: So, four trucks burned in that general area, in two separate incidents, and hydrogen sulfide was involved with at least one of the truck fires and possibly all of them. Maybe the trucks got hit by some hydrogen sulfide blowing through the atmosphere and the reactivity with copper and rusty iron is what started these fires...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-07 - Hundreds of pallets burst into flame, fire spreads to warehouse, gets huge, in coastal San Jose (California):
Quote: "It broke out among several hundred pallets stacked outside between the two buildings, King said. The fire sent flames 20 to 30 feet above the rooftops of the building and caused several propane tanks stored nearby to explode, King said."
2013-09-07 - Huge fire rips through pallet company in Richmond (Illinois):
Quote: "Crews worked for about 17 hours before clearing the scene of a large pallet fire. Firefighters responded at 9:03 p.m. Saturday to American Pallet Industries at 9821 Route 12, and did not clear the scene until about 4 p.m. Sunday."
2013-09-07 - Mammoth blaze erupts in giant 800,000 cubic-foot pile of pallets in Chippewa Falls (Wisconsin):
Quote: "Firefighters found the south end of a pallet debris pile approximately 200 feet long, 200 feet wide and 20 feet high on fire with the blaze rapidly spreading to the west."
Quote: "About 280,000 gallons of water was used to extinguish the fire."
Note: There have been many pallet-related fires, especially in the last year. Pallets are vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem for a few reasons: 1) they're made of a flammable absorbent material and all such materials are absorbing one or both gases and spontaneously combusting, including wood, cardboard, sawdust, paper, cloth, cotton, wool, dried brush, mulch, generic trash, rubber, hay, straw, etc; 2) pallets are held together with nails or screws, which rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel; 3) pallets are often stored outdoors (like these were), fully exposed to the atmosphere. Even when the wood isn't contaminated, hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with rusty iron/steel can cause sparking or sizzling and ignite the wood. If the wood is contaminated then it will ignite that much easier, and may simply spontaneously combust too...

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents
2013-09-08 - Passenger plane runs off runway after landing in coastal Bangkok (Thailand), landing gear problem, 12+ injured:
Quote: "Thirteen people were injured when a Thai Airways plane carrying 288 passengers and 14 crew members crash landed at Bangkok airport as it skidded off the runaway while landing."
Quote: "Some sparks were reported at the base of the right wheel, making it catch fire, he said."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "As planes land, they will more frequently blow tires, or their landing gear will collapse, or they will run off runways."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-09 - Three garbage trucks burst into flame while parked at business in Oroville (California):
Quote: "The fire reportedly started in the mid-portion of one of the trucks, possibly in an area that houses the battery compartment, hydraulics and other equipment..."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like battery cables and other vehicle wiring. This is likely the cause of a large percentage of the parked vehicles bursting into flame all over the place these days. A very similar fire just occurred in coastal Warwick (Rhode Island), where 2 garbage trucks were destroyed by fire and three other trucks damaged, as mentioned in the 2013-09-07 update. Parking vehicles next to other vehicles means that when one vehicle bursts into flame, it may burn others near it too, so obviously it's not wise to park vehicles next to other vehicles anymore, or next to anything you don't want to burn, like houses or businesses...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-10 - Two underground electrical vaults explode at 4:30 AM near school in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):
Quote: "Fifteen hundred students at Johnson & Wales University were evacuated from their dormitories early Tuesday morning after two large underground electrical vaults exploded nearby..."
Quote: "The sidewalk and concrete above the vaults was ripped and damaged by the explosion, which happened at Pine and Page streets."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and it will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas like underground electrical vaults, basements, parking garages, ponds, lakes, streams, creeks, rivers, ditches, canyons, valleys, etc. It is also explosively flammable and it is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. There have been a rising number of incidents involving underground electrical infrastructure burning and/or exploding, especially in the past few months, and this problem is going to get much worse...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-11 - Around 30 semi trailers go up in flames while parked at business in East Point (Georgia):
Quote: "Firefighters had not yet gotten to the scene where about a half dozen trailers were on fire. Firefighters arrived shortly after, but not before the fire ripped through about two dozen more trailers."
Note: They shouldn't be parking them next to each other like that. That's an insane risk. Well, I guess they've paid the price for that mistake, as many other people have when their vehicles burst into flame and burn down their homes. Learn or burn, and the Earth doesn't care which choice people make. And hmm, they don't say how many semi tractors burned there. I use the T:XXX in the daily montage image for the number of tractor trailer fires for the day. Do I count this as 30 or 0? Seems like too big of an event to go with 0, so 30 it is, but I have no idea how many semi tractors burned, if any. In any case, that was one big-ass fire there...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-12 - Massive 10-alarm inferno devours boardwalk, destroys 32 businesses, at coastal Seaside Park (New Jersey):
Quote: "'This is obviously just an unthinkable situation for us to be standing here and watching this, what’s going on behind all of you, is just unthinkable,' said Governor Chris Christie."
Note: Well, I wouldn't use the word 'unthinkable'. After 575 straight days of warning about fires just like this one? Tragic, absolutely, but entirely 'thinkable', and predictable. This fire wasn't really all that different from the gigantic scrap metal fire that hit a facility on the coast in New Jersey not long ago, as mentioned in the 2013-08-20 update. Scrap metal, absorbent materials, on the coast, huge fires...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-13 - Huge fire destroys recycling center in South St. Louis County (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:
Quote: "A 4-alarm blaze destroyed a recycling facility located along Interstate 55 in south St. Louis County Friday afternoon."
2013-09-13 - Recycling center hit by fire in Southerham (Britain):
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-14 - Home explodes and burns in Coldwater (Kentucky), in Calloway County, 1 killed, 4 injured:
2013-09-14 - Home destroyed by explosion in coastal Ceredigion (Britain):
Quote: "It is not thought anybody was in the house at the time of the explosion at around 21:00 BST on Saturday."
2013-09-14 - In separate events, home explodes and explosion hits fireworks factory, in Muzaffargarh (Pakistan), 6 killed, 4 injured:
Quote: "Three children died in an explosion in a fireworks factory near Muzaffargarh, Express News reported on Sunday. Four people were also injured in the explosion. One of the injured was identified as Younus."
Quote: "Earlier, an explosion in a nearby house owned by Jawad – the brother of a victim of this explosion – left three brothers dead, according to reports."
Note: So, same area, same day, two explosions. The casualty count is the total for both explosions. Multiple fires/explosions hitting the same area within a constrained timeframe is a sign of a flammable gas plume blowing through an area...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-09-15 - Man, 90, dies on plane, plane makes emergency landing at Happy Valley-Goose Bay Airport (Canada):
2013-09-15 - Six passengers sicken on flight from Germany to Chicago (Illinois):
Quote: "Lufthansa Flight 432, carrying 309 passengers from Frankfurt to Chicago, already had made an emergency stop in London, where a passenger who had a heart attack was taken to a hospital, airline spokesman Nils Haupt said Sunday night. After the Boeing 747 took off from London to continue to Chicago, five other passengers complained of chest pressure. 'The cases seemed unrelated,' Haupt said. 'Everything was fine with the aircraft, and there were no complaints about food.' Three doctors who happened to be aboard the plane took care of them until the flight landed in Chicago, he said. "
Note: So they think it's just a coincidence that on the same plane, a guy's heart gave out, and then five other people had chest pains. Doesn't sound like a coincidence to me. As the atmosphere becomes increasingly contaminated with poisonous hydrogen sulfide, more people are going to sicken and/or die on plane flights, or while driving or walking or at home too, for that matter...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-16 - Man and his 2 children burn to death in burning RV at Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona):
2013-09-16 - Mother and 2 children burn to death in burning van, 7 more injured, in Qureshi Chowk (Pakistan):
2013-09-16 - Man burns to death in burning RV at 3:40 AM in coastal San Jose (California):
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Vehicles of all kinds will continue to burn, as they have been, and the number of vehicular fires will continue to escalate, inevitably resulting in a corresponding increase in the number of people being incinerated in their vehicles."

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-09-17 - Unknown odor sickens 19 workers at landfill in Phoenix (Arizona):
Quote: "One worker in the recycling section of the plant reported an unknown odor at about 8:30 a.m. and vomited, Phoenix fire spokesman Troy Caskey said. The other 18 workers in the recycling section said they felt nauseous, Caskey said. The building was then evacuated."

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents
2013-09-18 - Passenger bus slams train in Ottawa (Canada), at least 6 killed, 30 injured:
Quote: "Gregory Mech, who was on the bus, told CBC News that the safety barrier was down and people on board were screaming for the bus to stop. 'There were bodies on the train tracks,' he said about the aftermath of the crash. 'It was horrible. There's just no other way to explain it.'"
Quote: "I don't know if the bus driver like blacked out, I don't know what happened, but he didn't slow down and it just impacted with the train."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-19 - Six fire trucks and fire station destroyed by fire and explosions in the Town of Gordon (Wisconsin):
Quote: "The first report said the fire and explosions were the result of lighting from a storm front that had moved into the area, but Chief Chmielecki said the fire started right before the storm had arrived."
Quote: "George Booth, Town of Gordon constable, said the building is a total loss as are at least six trucks inside, including pumpers and tankers, a snowmobile and other emergency vehicles."
Quote: "'Basically we lost everything in the fire hall,' said the chief. 'We had six trucks – two engines, two tenders, and two brush trucks.'"
Note: The storm may have been pushing methane and hydrogen sulfide ahead of it. Kinda like Burnicane Sandy; right as the arms of the storm started hitting, fires and explosions started breaking out all along the East Coast north of the eye. Gordon is also less than a mile east (downwind) of the St. Croix Flowage...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-20 - Underground electrical explosion and fire rocks coastal Whitehaven (Britain), 177 properties go dark:
Quote: "Eye witnesses reported seeing flames climbing the walls of a pub, following an underground explosion."
2013-09-20 - Underground electrical transformer blows in coastal Manhattan Beach (California), parts of the city go dark:
Quote: "An underground transformer in the Manhattan Village shopping center blew, according to City Manager David Carmany, causing the power outage. The number of Southern California Edison customers without power is 2,289..."
2013-09-20 - Transformer explodes near business in Cranford (New Jersey), 5 miles from the coast:
Quote: "A Cranford commercial building was evacuated after a transformer exploded around 2 o’clock this afternoon. 'We heard a loud noise and the power to the entire building went out, building employee Andy Massiel Reyes said."
Quote: "Ironically, PSE&G has an office in the building."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out low-lying areas like underground electrical vaults, sewers, basements, underground carparks, ditches, ravines, valleys, canyons, ponds, streams, creeks, lakes, seas, quays, etc. It is also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. As a consequence, there have been a rising number of incidents just like these. Britain has experienced a more than 200% increase in underground electrical explosions and fires, between 2011 and 2012, as mentioned in the 2013-06-16 update and the pace is obviously accelerating. An EMP or massive solar flare is not necessary to take out 'the grid'. An atmospheric change can do the job quite well, and that process is well under way now. Note the locations of the above events too: on the coast, on the coast, and near the coast...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-09-21 - People sickening, kids bleeding from nose, near industrial site in coastal Los Angeles (California):
Quote: "Monic Uriarte says she began having headaches and bouts of dizziness three years ago, about the time she and her neighbors began smelling a chemical odor on the streets and in their homes."
Quote: "A sign inside the walls warns: 'Danger: H2S. Poisonous Gas.' No such signs are posted outside the site, which is a few yards from schools and homes."
Note: Indeed, headaches, dizziness, unconsciousness and bleeding from the nose are possible symptoms of hydrogen sulfide poisoning. H2S = hydrogen sulfide. The people in this area are not likely to live very long. Oil and natural gas are becoming more 'sour' as the earth heats up from below, meaning they contain greater amounts of hydrogen sulfide. Closing this place down wouldn't solve the problem. Then the oil/gas in the ground would be converted to hydrogen sulfide and come up from the ground in an uncontrolled fashion, which would be even worse. So the only realistic choice is to get as much oil and natural gas out of the ground as possible, and use it up, burn it for energy, BEFORE it gets turned into deadly and explosively flammable hydrogen sulfide. This facility may not itself even be generating the hydrogen sulfide - it may be coming up from the ground now on its own, and they may have reopened this place to try to suck out the gas/oil before that entire area is wiped out by poison, fire and/or explosions...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-22 - Stack of 800 pallets bursts into flame at lumber business in Visalia (California):
Quote: "Investigators say the fire was suspicious because the business was closed at the time of the fire. The cause of the fire is not known."
Note: Investigators obviously haven't been paying attention to the planet around them. Pallets have been going up in flames for some time. Pallets are vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem for a few reasons: 1) they are held together with nails or screws, which rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel; 2) they're made of flammable absorbent materials, all of which are absorbing one or both gases and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, upholstery, cotton, clothing, straw, hay, compost, dried brush and grass, etc; 3) pallets are often stored outdoors, fully exposed to the atmosphere. Pallets and vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-23 - Underground electrical explosion blows off manhole in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):
Quote: "A manhole cover blew off this morning as dozens of area buildings lost power and a school closed. The underground blast shock the 3100 block of Orthodox street in the Birdesburg section of Philadelphia around 10:45 a.m. sending smoke into the air."
2013-09-23 - Underground electrical fire breaks out near bank in Natick (Massachusetts):
Note: The bank mentioned is about half a mile east (downwind) of Fisk Pond...
2013-09-23 - Transformer and electrical panel burst into flame at mall in coastal Jensen Beach (Florida):

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-24 - Huge fire rips through fertilizer plant in coastal São Francisco do Sul (Brazil), many people sicken, some flee:
Quote: "This fire at a fertiliser plant in Brazilian municipality of Sao Francisco do Sul has been burning since Tuesday. More than 120 local residents have been treated in hospital for throat and nose irritation, nausea and vomiting. Hundreds of residents have been evacuated within a two kilometre radius of the blaze. Some have fled the town because of fears for their health despite authorities' assurances the smoke isn't toxic."
2013-09-24 - Chemical plant erupts in flame in Carson (California), near the coast:
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Likewise, chemical plants of all types will burn and/or explode, including biofuels plants, fertilizer plants, specialty chemical plants, petroleum-related facilities and more."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-25 - Inferno destroys seven historic buildings at 5:23 AM on the waterfront in coastal Georgetown (South Carolina):
Quote: "The US Coast Guard was requested to come in and assist with fighting the fire from the river."
Quote: "After hours of battling a fire along Georgetown's historic Front Street, firefighters have contained a fire that destroyed or damaged nearly a dozen businesses. Damage is estimated to be in the millions..."
Note: This fire was much like the raging 10-alarm blaze that wiped out the boardwalk and more than 30 businesses in coastal Seaside Park (New Jersey) less than two weeks prior, as mentioned in the 2013-09-12 update. As the atmospheric contamination problem intensifies there will be an increasing number of devastating blazes like this, particularly along coasts...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-26 - Explosion hits chemical plant in Thurrock (Britain), explosion shakes nearby homes, 2 injured:
Quote: "A small tank of diluted caustic soda exploded and the contents drained away into an interception tank and was contained on site."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Likewise, chemical plants of all types will burn and/or explode, including biofuels plants, fertilizer plants, specialty chemical plants, petroleum-related facilities and more."
Caustic soda is another name for sodium hydroxide. Sodium hydroxide is exothermically reactive with hydrogen sulfide. If hydrogen sulfide gas meets sodium hydroxide, heat is generated, and that heat may then ignite any hydrogen sulfide that hasn't been reacted away (or any odorless methane that might be floating around too), and that can cause fires and/or explosions. There was a classroom explosion at a school in Australia last year that involved sodium hydroxide, which injured 13 people, as mentioned in the 2012-08-27 update. An electrical fire erupted at 1:30 AM in some insulation on a sodium hydroxide tank at Big Creek Water Reclamation Plant in Roswell (Georgia), as mentioned in the 2013-06-26 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-27 - Massive blaze destroys 4 barns and 20,000 tons of stored hay along I-505 near Winters (California):
Quote: "I've seen a lot of hay fires, but nothing of that magnitude..."
Quote: "Rogers said four large hay barns, valued at $250,000 each, were lost in the blaze. Also, a large, fairly new processor valued at $2 million, that compresses the hay into bales, was burned up."
Note: I bet this fire began with that hay processor machine, which surely had some electrified copper in it, and probably some rust too, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and rusty iron/steel. A little hydrogen sulfide finds some electrified copper or rust, some sparking or sizzling occurs, a spark lands on some hay (or tire rubber, or wiring insulation, or anything flammable) and whoosh, fire breaks out. These fires probably start small but with no one around to notice them, they can grow out of control very quickly...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-28 - Mysterious explosions and flashes of light alarm residents in Coal Valley (Illinois):
Quote: "And, although no trace of an explosion was actually found, officials say they do believe something happened. Area residents we talked to agree: 'I was sitting in my living room and I heard a big boom and a big flash of light and I jumped up and moved the curtain and to see if a trailer had blown up or something, what was going on, then I went outside and saw a second one go off and called 9-1-1,' recalled Carol Albert..."
Note: These mysterious explosions which have been reported all around the world are likely atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes igniting. When they're smallish then they're described as 'popping sounds', which have been heard right before a great many fires in the last year or two. Those smallish explosions may be mistakenly identified as gunfire or fireworks, since explosions of that size sound like other explosions of that size. When these explosions are very large then they may shake buildings for miles around. Over time, as the atmospheric contamination proceeds, these explosions may rival the explosions generated by small thermonuclear bombs, like the one that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation (unless the explosion blows apart a nuclear plant, and since many nuclear plants are along coasts that's not unlikely).

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-29 - Chesapeake Bay Bridge hit by fire after generator bursts into flame, in Maryland:
Quote: "Authorities say a power generator under the deck of Chesapeake Bay Bridge's westbound span sparked a fire that closed the bridge, backing up traffic for miles."
Quote: "Green says a construction crew was working earlier in the day, but wasn't present when the fire started."
Note: So the generator wasn't running. That's very much like all the parked vehicles that are bursting into flame everywhere. It was probably the same reason too: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like battery cables and other wiring, and it's also reactive with rusty iron/steel. This event was similar to one that occurred in July, where a construction generator exploded and burned on the George Wade Bridge in Harrisburg (Pennsylvania), as mentioned in the 2013-07-13 update. A bridge over the Colorado River just burned recently in Parker (Arizona) too, as mentioned in the 2013-09-23 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-09-30 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits coastal Huntington Beach (California), 1 killed:
Quote: "A worker who was trapped underground when an electrical vault exploded in a Huntington Beach neighborhood Monday has died, authorities reported. Emergency crews had worked since shortly after noon to reach the worker, but their progress was hampered by a fire that burned for nearly an hour..."
2013-09-30 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits coastal Berkeley (California), emergency declared, 1 hospitalized:
Quote: "An explosion on the UC Berkeley campus near California Hall has injured several people, prompting officials to declare a state of emergency and order an evacuation of the campus around 6:40 p.m. Monday evening. Three people were treated on scene for injuries and one was transported to a hospital with minor burn injuries..."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. It's also a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out low-lying areas like underground electrical vaults, basements, ditches, ravines, canyons, valleys, streams, creeks, lakes, ponds, etc. There have been many underground electrical fires and explosions and the number of such events is rising. Also, both of the above events occurred on the coast in California; any methane and/or hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the Pacific Ocean is going to hit California's coastline before blowing onward. It wasn't long ago that five women were incinerated in a limousine on the San Meteo Bridge over San Francisco Bay on the West Coast, as mentioned in the 2013-05-04 update. A number of homes have exploded along the West Coast too, and there have been a number of huge pallet fires, along with plenty of mysterious deaths of people. California is obviously beginning to get slammed hard by this extinction event...
2013-09-30 - Wildfire erupts in the Santa Clara River bottom in coastal Oxnard (California):
Quote: "The Ventura County Fire Department on Monday fought a fire in the Santa Clara River bottom near South Wagon Wheel and North Ventura roads in Oxnard, officials reported."

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