Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Event Update For 2013-10-08

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: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-10-08 - 'Gas smell' reported in coastal Richmond (California), buildings in Marina Bay evacuated, source not found:
Quote: "Fire engines scoured city streets looking for the source as buildings in Marina Bay were evacuated and some Richmond schools briefly sheltered in place. But nothing was found. 'Based on the geography of the reports, we envision that this was a huge plume of some sort of gas that enveloped roughly half the city,' said Richmond police Capt. Mark Gagan. 'We were never able to locate the exact source.' Calls began pouring in at the emergency call center at 2 p.m., but about an hour later, the smell dissipated, and eventually officials called off the search..."
Note: Natural gas actually has no odor so they add stinky mercaptan to it, so that it has any smell at all. Mercaptan smells like hydrogen sulfide smells at low concentrations, so people are surely confusing the smells. This area is right on the coast, where hydrogen sulfide is apt to blow ashore from the ocean. What will they say when an entire neighborhood - or an entire city - drops dead? I guess we'll find out...

2013-10-08 - Home hit by explosion in Conyers (Georgia), 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - Humongous explosion and fire visible for 50 miles hits pipeline near Rosston in Harper County (Oklahoma):

Quote: "News 9 has received multiple phone calls and e-mails from viewers who can say the fire can be seen from southern Kansas and across the Oklahoma panhandle."

Quote: "Deputy Cliff Brinson, of the Harper County Sheriff's Department, says the fire sounds like four roaring jet engines and has flames reaching two football fields high."

Note: So those flames were 600 feet high, which is almost as tall as the Gateway Arch in St. Louis!

2013-10-08 - Explosion and fire hit oil well site before 5 AM near Gillett (Texas), highway closed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Of the 10 [oil] tanks on site, eight were destroyed in the blast."

2013-10-08 - Petroleum depot explodes in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

2013-10-08 - Fiery electrical explosions plague NSA data center in Bluffdale (Utah):

Quote: "In the past 10 months alone, the facility has experienced 13 electrical surges, which officials describe as “a flash of lightning inside a 2-foot box.” The melting metal that results from the fiery explosions causes the circuits to fail and prevents NSA workers from using the computers. A spokeswoman for the NSA insists, despite no clear culprit for the explosions, that the issues 'have been mitigated.'"

Quote: "Massive electrical surges at a data storage facility for the National Security Agency have led to the destruction of hugely expensive machinery and delayed its opening for a year..."

Quote: "Investigators have not yet determined the root cause of the electrical failures, nor have they agreed upon a solution that could prevent the explosions from happening again."

Note: These boxes are probably well-protected from fluids - e.g. rain - but they are probably not airtight. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and obviously there's some of that involved in these explosions. Unless they've protected the contents of these boxes from the atmosphere then they haven't solved the problem and tax dollars will continue to go up in flames...

2013-10-08 - Transformer explodes and burns at business in Oxford Township (Michigan), fire spreads to machinery:

Note: Not unlike all the underground electrical explosions or the explosions plaguing the NSA facility in Utah...

2013-10-08 - Grain bin explodes and burns at farm near Orion (Illinois):

2013-10-08 - Deadly blaze rips through garment factory in Dhaka (Bangladesh), at least 10 killed, others injured:

2013-10-08 - Transit bus bursts into flame on I-15 near Draper (Utah):

2013-10-08 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the A354 in Upwey suburb of coastal Weymouth (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Tannersville (Pennsylvania):

2013-10-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road in Elham (Britain), near Canterbury:

2013-10-08 - Delivery truck bursts into flame inside FedEx garage in Wheeling (Illinois):

2013-10-08 - Truck bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in coastal Galloway Township (New Jersey):

2013-10-08 - In separate incidents, five cars burst into flame in the wee hours in Marion (Ohio):

2013-10-08 - RV bursts into flame while parked in barn in Bethany (Connecticut):

Quote: "Bethany Volunteer firefighters responded to a barn fire on Russell Road in Bethany at around 7 p.m. Tuesday night. It turns out it was a motor home parked in the barn that was on fire..."

2013-10-08 - RV bursts into flame at 4:45 AM while parked on Tennyson Road in Bognor (Britain):

2013-10-08 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal Lillian (Alabama):

2013-10-08 - Camper-van bursts into flame at 2:15 AM while parked off Miller Road in Banbury (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Camper-van bursts into flame on the A30 at Reckleford in Yeovil (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Minivan bursts into flame on road in Little Rock (Arkansas):

2013-10-08 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on the West Shore Bypass in Exeter Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame in bank drive-thru, bank damaged too, in coastal Daly City (California):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame just before midnight in Salisbury (Maryland), 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame in auto shop, 2 more cars and shop destroyed, in Gastonia (North Carolina):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame at A414 roundabout in Harlow (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame near canal in Alamo (Texas), woman found dead in canal:

Quote: "People working in nearby fields reported seeing a female exit a vehicle stuck at the end of a canal bank, then get back in, trying to get it unstuck. A fire ignited in the vehicle shortly after that, burning it to the metal, TreviƱo said. Witnesses then saw the woman on the edge of the canal bank, and then saw her disappear."

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked, fire spreads, several homes damaged, in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Note: And here's some more homes getting burned when a nearby parked vehicle ignites. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs which can go off at any time. Park vehicles near your home at your own risk...

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame on overpass near Livermore (California):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame on the M4 between junctions 4 and 5 (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame at 2:06 AM while parked on Dane Place in Maw Green, Crewe (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame on Andrewshayes Lane in Dalwood, near Axminster (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame on Skipton Road in Harrogate (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame on the A20 in Wrotham (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked at library in coastal Ketchikan (Alaska):

Quote: "...owner Leta Trask was surprisingly upbeat about the demise of her 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix. She talked with KRBD’s Leila Kheiry about what happened. That was Leta Trask, whose car caught on fire Tuesday evening in the Ketchikan Public Library parking lot. Trask says she has insurance, and more cars at home."

Note: Does she park those cars near her home? If so then soon she may not have any cars OR a home...

2013-10-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-64 in Huntington (West Virginia):

2013-10-08 - Two cars and two homes destroyed by fire at 1 AM in coastal Aptos (California):

Quote: "In addition to the total destruction of two homes and partial damage to a third, two cars were also a complete loss. The county has been hit by several fires in recent weeks, including four blazes on Sunday alone."

2013-10-08 - Four vehicles and storage building go up in flames at 4:15 AM in Lathbury, Milton Keynes (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Barn and shed destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in Orland (Indiana), 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - Barn damaged by fire in Munson Township (Minnesota):

2013-10-08 - Barn damaged by fire on Pettus Street in Dothan (Alabama):

2013-10-08 - Barn damaged by fire on Glendale Road in Martinsburg (New York):

2013-10-08 - Massive blaze destroys 3 buildings and 2 vehicles at lumber yard near coastal San Jose (California):

2013-10-08 - Wood shaving business destroyed by fire in Fruitland (Missouri):

Quote: "For the second time in less than a week, Fruitland firefighters found themselves battling a massive blaze with help from multiple departments. Donna Boardman, co-owner of Flickerwood Farms Inc., 3027 Larch Lane, said no one was hurt in the fire that started shortly after 4 p.m., but the metal building that housed her baled wood shaving and feed byproduct business was a total loss."

Note: The other fire mentioned was a huge blaze that destroyed a recycling center in Jackson (Missouri), as mentioned in the 2013-10-04 update. I specifically mentioned that both wood-related businesses and recycling facilities would burn hard during this extinction event, and that is indeed happening...

2013-10-08 - Fierce blaze destroys 19th century wooden church in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-10-08 - Medical building destroyed by fire at 6 AM in Avon (Connecticut):

2013-10-08 - Street light bursts into flame in Whitley (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Garage destroyed by fire in Liberty Lake (Washington):

2013-10-08 - Hotel catches fire in coastal Scarborough (Maine), 12 people displaced:

2013-10-08 - Blaze erupts at the Riverhouse Condos in Grand Rapids (Michigan), next to the Grand River:

Note: The story has a map which shows the proximity of this building to the river...

2013-10-08 - Duplex destroyed by fire at 2 AM in Auburn Bay (Canada):

2013-10-08 - House destroyed by fire on coastal Knotts Island (North Carolina), ferry service disrupted:

2013-10-08 - Home destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM in Bexar County (Texas):

2013-10-08 - Home burns at 1:30 AM, for second day in a row, in Junction City (Kentucky):

Note: The first time, the home was occupied. The owners had to find other accomodations so this time the home was vacant...

2013-10-08 - Vacant mobile home and shed destroyed by fire in Florence (Kentucky):

2013-10-08 - Vacant house burns shortly after 6 AM in Kansas City (Missouri):

Note: Kansas City is located at the confluence of the Kansas River and the Missouri River...

2013-10-08 - Vacant home heavily damaged by fire in Uniontown (Pennsylvania):

2013-10-08 - Vacant house burns at 1 AM in Sapulpa (Oklahoma):

2013-10-08 - Vacant home burns, fire spreads to 2 more homes, in Buffalo (New York):

2013-10-08 - Vacant house burns at 5:15 AM in Nashville (Tennessee):

2013-10-08 - Vacant building destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM in Albany (New York):

2013-10-08 - Vacant three-story building destroyed by fire in Hartford (Connecticut), near the Connecticut River:,0,3203156.story

2013-10-08 - Massive fish kill continues in the Neuse River (North Carolina):

Quote: "Dove is willing to guess that 'we’re in the millions at this point. Quite possibly the tens of millions.' Fish that are still alive 'are in their death spirals,' Dove said. 'You can see them everywhere.' It is the third fish kill in four months, following on the heels of kills first reported on July 10 and Aug. 11."

2013-10-08 - Two twin boys die in hotel swimming pool in downtown St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

Note: They were playing a game, seeing who could hold their breath the longest. That doesn't adequately explain two deaths. If this were the only incident like this then sure, maybe a fluke. But multiple people, of all ages, have been found dead in hot tubs, pools, rivers, canals, lakes, in boats, in the same building but different apartments, in separate but adjacent homes, etc. This area is right on the banks of the Mississippi River...

2013-10-08 - Couple, 74 and 70, found dead in home in Chalmette (Louisiana):

Note: Chalmette is located on the northeast (downwind) banks of the Mississippi River, is surrounded by lakes and is close to the Gulf of Mexico too...

2013-10-08 - Couple, 37 and 36, found dead at home in Old Metarie (Louisiana), near the Mississippi River:

Quote: "Bone said the two had been dead for at least 24 hours, but their bodies had no obvious signs of trauma."

Note: Not a good time to be living too close to the Mississippi River. All three of the above multi-person deaths were near the Mississippi River, and two of the incidents were in Louisiana near the Gulf of Mexico...

2013-10-08 - Man, 60, drops dead in kayak off the coast of Northern California:

Quote: "The newspaper reports that a lifeguard had swum out to an unmoving man in a kayak, and he didn’t respond to efforts to revive him. After the man was brought to shore, paramedics pronounced him dead."

2013-10-08 - Man, 37, found dead in basement, small fire nearby, at home in Salt Lake City (Utah):

Quote: "Young, healthy » Victim had no signs of trauma, not thought suicidal."

Quote: "Crews who arrived say they found smoke and a small fire in a basement bedroom. They put the flames out with an extinguisher. The man was found dead in a separate room. South Salt Lake Fire Deputy Chief Kevin Bowman says it's unclear whether the fire had anything to do with the man's death. Bowman says there was no obvious trauma on the man's body, and no indications of suicide."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is as flammable as it is deadly, and quite possibly killed this man AND ignited the fire. It's also a heavier-than-air gas and will tend to flow to low-lying areas, like basements...

2013-10-08 - Man, 57, found dead on bus in Mount Vernon (New York):

2013-10-08 - Missing girl found dead in drainage canal near her home in Guntur (India):

2013-10-08 - Man drops dead outside Human Resources building in Salem (Oregon):

2013-10-08 - Man, 70, drops dead at golf course in Brookline (Massachusetts), near the coast:

2013-10-08 - Woman drops dead in elevator in coastal Singapore:

2013-10-08 - Surfer, 45, found dead in the ocean with his surfboard at Oahu's North Shore (Hawaii):

Note: His surfboard was attached to his foot, else they probably would have found an empty 'ghost surfboard' first...

2013-10-08 - Missing man found dead in bush in the Fostall area near Nakusp (Canada):

Quote: "There were no obvious signs of trauma to the body and foul play is not suspected."

Note: Whew, that's a relief. So, probably just poison gas knocking another person dead. Nothing to worry about, unless you're one of those need-unpoisoned-air-to-live kind of people...

2013-10-08 - Missing man, 50, found dead on shoreline at Jacksons Bay on Barry Island (Britain):

2013-10-08 - Young man, late teens, found dead in walnut orchard in Kings County (California):

2013-10-08 - Town chief, 67, goes to take a leak, next seen dead in the Birim River in Anyinam (Ghana):

2013-10-08 - Pilot sickens and later dies, passenger makes emergency landing in coastal North Lincolnshire (Britain):

Quote: " Two flight instructors were called in to talk to the passenger from the ground while he took control of the plane, an airport spokesman said. The man had very limited flying experience and had never landed an aircraft before. Despite this, he managed to successfully land at the North Lincolnshire airport just after 7.30pm."

2013-10-08 - Small plane runs off runway after landing at airport in Sedona (Arizona), 2 injured:

Quote: "Sedona Fire District spokesman Gary Johnson says the plane dropped about 200 feet into a tree-covered slope off the runway's south end about 2 p.m. Tuesday."

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."

2013-10-08 - Small plane takes off the crashes, on the Eastern Shore near Ridgely (Maryland), engine failure:

2013-10-08 - School bus overturns into ditch near Shukalpura (India), 2 killed, 50 injured:

2013-10-08 - Tanker truck and car collide head-on, tanker bursts into flame, on highway near Warburg (Canada), 2 killed:

2013-10-08 - Tanker truck hauling oil crashes, overturns, on I-27 in Lubbock (Texas), 1 injured:

Quote: "Lubbock police suspect a driver suffered an undisclosed medical issue just before his tanker truck crashed..."

Note: Seizure or loss of consciousness or vomiting?

2013-10-08 - Tanker truck hauling anhydrous ammonia overturns on US 169 in Tulsa (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - Tanker truck hauling asphalt overturns near Tuscaloosa (Alabama):

2013-10-08 - Tractor trailer veers over centerline at 6 AM, hits car head-on, near Vacherie (Louisiana), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - Tractor trailer veers off road, across median, into cornfield, goes a mile, near Sioux Falls (South Dakota), 1 killed:

Quote: "Gerald Fry, 66, of Canistota, was traveling southbound on Interstate 29 when, for an unknown reason, his semi-truck left the roadway to the left. The vehicle crossed the median and north bound lanes of the Interstate and entered a cornfield to the east of Interstate 29. Once in the cornfield, the semi-truck traveled for approximately one mile before it encountered the steep ditch embankment of 473rd Ave. His semi-truck crossed the gravel road and the trailer became high centered, bringing the vehicle to rest. Fry was wearing a seatbelt. It appears Fry may have suffered from a medical emergency prior to the crash, which was possibly the cause of the accident. Fry was deceased when medical emergency first responders arrived at the scene."

Note: I suspect he died on I-29, while driving, then slumped over the wheel, crashed off the highway and the truck kept on chugging for another mile. It's just luck that there was no oncoming traffic when this incident happened, else more people could easily have died...

2013-10-08 - Tractor trailer overturns on road in Rome (New York), 1 lightly injured:

2013-10-08 - Dump truck crashes into gas station, bursts into flame, in Valenzuela (Philippine Islands), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2013-10-08 - Box truck overturns on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2013-10-08 - Truck veers off road and overturns in Laurel (Maryland), 1 killed:

2013-10-08 - RV veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, bursts into flame, near Calgary (Canada), 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - SUV veers over centerline, hits car head-on, SUV bursts into flame, car plunges into Laguna Madre, in Corpus Christi (Texas), 2 injured:

2013-10-08 - Car and SUV crash, SUV goes into gully, bursts into flame, near Florence (Montana), 1 lightly injured:

2013-10-08 - Car slams into pre-school in coastal Los Angeles (California), 2 children lightly injured:

2013-10-08 - Car crashes into Fountain Creek in Colorado Springs (Colorado), 1 injured:

2013-10-08 - Another chunk of land collapses into giant sinkhole in Bayou Corne (Louisiana):

Quote: "The Assumption Parish Blog indicates a 10-foot by 50-foot section on the southwest side of the sinkhole 'fell into' the slurry."

2013-10-08 - Hangar roof collapses onto massive $35 million zeppelin in Tustin (California), near the coast:

2013-10-08 - Number of false widow spiders growing in Britain:

Quote: "There has been a terrifying surge in the number of sightings of Britain's most poisonous spider - the false widow - in London and Essex in the past month. More than 50 people have reported seeing the venomous arachnid, the cousin of the infamous black widow, in the past few weeks alone."

2013-10-08 - Insurers 'pulling out' over fires at recycling facilities:

Quote: "Insurance firms have warned that the fires which have hit waste industry sites this year has had a dramatic effect on insurance cover, with premiums increasing for many firms in the sector. The warnings come in the wake of concerns raised by the waste sector that the number of insurers willing to offer property insurance, which includes buildings, contents, machinery, and business interruption cover, has declined and that premiums are being pushed up."

Note: I'm not at all surprised. Flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, cloth, mulch, hay, straw, rubber, etc. This means that recycling facilities are very vulnerable to this problem and they have indeed been going up in flames everywhere. More fires means more costs for insurers, which means fewer insurers willing to take the risk, and higher premiums for those that do...

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