Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Event Update For 2013-10-22

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
2013-10-22 - Mysterious explosion occurs in wooded area in Molino (Florida), near Harris Bay:
Quote: "Emergency personnel were able to determine the explosive sound probably originated in a wooded area between Schaag Road and Highway 95A,  nearly a mile north of Barrineau Park Road. Firefighters were unable to locate any damage to structures in the area, and they were unable to pinpoint the exact cause or location of the explosive sound."
Note: This was likely atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane exploding out there, which could have been ignited by static electricity or rusty iron/steel. These explosions will get more powerful as the atmospheric contamination intensifies. Some may eventually rival the force of small nuclear blasts like that which destroyed Hiroshima (but minus the radiation). This town is right next door to the Lower Escambia River Water Management Area...

2013-10-22 - Home explodes and burns, adajcent home ignites too, in Pennsboro (West Virginia), 1 killed:

2013-10-22 - House explodes and burns in Tega Cay (South Carolina), near Lake Wylie:

Quote: "A witness said he heard an explosion from the church down the street that shook the building and saw the house erupt in flames. 'We heard a huge boom. It shook the building, and a couple minutes after, we heard sirens and looked out the window and saw billowing smoke...'"

2013-10-22 - Gas furnace explodes at duplex in coastal Fruit Valley, Vancouver (Washington), 1 injured:

2013-10-22 - Mobile home explodes and burns in Granby (New York):

Quote: "Crews are still on the scene of a mobile home fire in the town of Granby that reportedly began with explosions."

2013-10-22 - Underground fire is what sparked the huge blaze near Lake Macquarie (Australia):

Quote: "The New South Wales Rural Fire Service says the massive blaze that swept through southern Lake Macquarie last week was sparked by an underground fire, which was virtually impossible to put out. Almost three-thousand hectares of scrub and bushland were burnt out in the firestorm. At least three properties were destroyed, and a man died defending his home at Lake Munmorah on the Central Coast."

Note: This sounds quite similar to an event late last year, where a fire broke out along the edge of Lake Woytchugga (Australia) and firefighters couldn't put it out, unextinguishable, as mentioned in the 2012-12-12 update. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas so it may seep into the ground and ignite coal or oil or gas beneath the ground if there's any rusty iron/steel in the area. That means that virtually every coal, oil and gas reserve in the world may eventually burn...

2013-10-22 - Recycling facility erupts in flame at 2:18 AM in Brentwood (New York), on Long Island, near the coast:

2013-10-22 - Landfill hit by fire near Lacombe (Canada), fire spreads to nearby fields:

2013-10-22 - Transformer bursts into flame at 7 AM at water treatment plant at harbor in coastal Ventura (California):

2013-10-22 - Transformer bursts into flame near dam in Aswan (Egypt):

2013-10-22 - Transformer explodes on street in Flower Mound (Texas):

2013-10-22 - Pilot reports fire in cockpit and smoking engine, passenger plane makes emergency landing in Turks and Caicos Islands:

Quote: "The pilot reported a fire in the cockpit and that the left engine was smoking and dripping fuel."

Note: American Airlines denies there was a fire. Pilot says there was, and he was the one who was there. Also, does the pilot have anything to gain by saying there was a fire if there wasn't? Nope. Does American Airlines have anything to gain by saying there wasn't a fire when there was? Yep. Draw your own conclusions...

2013-10-22 - Yacht 'Afterhours' bursts into flame, burns and sinks, in the Gulf of Mexico in the Florida Keys:

Quote: "The fire was reported by a woman who received a satellite phone call from her husband, who told her the 39-foot Bertram named Afterhours was on fire and sinking, Franco said."

2013-10-22 - Ship bursts into flame while docked in coastal Beirut (Lebanon):

2013-10-22 - Twelve vehicles go up in flames in the wee hours in four fires in same general area, in Lakewood (Colorado):

Quote: "Krol noted the fires were all within blocks of each other and they all happened within a two-hour period."

Quote: "Investigators were interviewing witnesses all afternoon, but they say at this point nobody saw anyone running from any of the four fire scenes."

Note: That's exactly what you'd expect to see as a good-sized gas plume blows through an area, igniting here and there as it goes. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane in the air above closer to the ground...

2013-10-22 - Five vehicles burn while parked at auto dealership in Murfreesboro (Tennessee):

2013-10-22 - Two cars burn while parked at car storage yard in Stillwater (Oklahoma):

2013-10-22 - School bus bursts into flame on I-44 between Elgin and Medicine Park (Kansas):

2013-10-22 - School bus bursts into flame while parked in Jefferson (Iowa):

Quote: "Love says the bus had been locked since Friday."

Note: A storage building housing tools also burst into flame, separate incident. Obviously they consider the bus fire suspicious since it was locked and hadn't been driven for days. Hydrogen sulfide will get past any lock and it is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, like vehicle wiring, and it's also reactive with rusty iron/steel, which all vehicles have unless they've just rolled off the assembly line...

2013-10-22 - Passenger bus bursts into flame near Fillebrook Avenue in Leigh (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Tanker truck bursts into flame at 6:45 AM on I-80 in Pine Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-10-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 5 AM on I-78 in Bethlehem Township (Pennsylvania):,0,,0,7100628.story

2013-10-22 - Asphalt truck bursts into flame at the El Dorado Center in Danbury (Connecticut):

2013-10-22 - RV bursts into flame while parked near Abram Creek on Brookpark Road, near Cleveland (Ohio):

Quote: "The vehicle was located on an embankment near Abram Creek. Firefighters extinguished the fire and the vehicle was destroyed."

2013-10-22 - Camper-van bursts into flame on the A39 between Bideford and Roundswell (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Van bursts into flame while parked at furniture store, fire spreads, store devastated, in Sheffield (Britain):

Quote: "South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said it responded to reports of a fire which started in a van and spread to a nearby building. Crews are now damping down ahead of an investigation into the blaze, the fire service said. The van which was on fire is thought to have been parked in a loading bay at Woodside Retail Park on Chesterfield Road."

Note: All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time, so if you park a vehicle next to something then you shouldn't be surprised if it goes up in flames...

2013-10-22 - Van bursts into flame near Aldi store in Salem (Ohio):

2013-10-22 - Van bursts into flame at 4:01 AM in the Providence Terrace area of Harrogate (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Van bursts into flame on Route 15 in Jefferson Township (New Jersey):

2013-10-22 - Van bursts into flame on Long Lane in Throckmorton (Britain), near Pershore:

2013-10-22 - Van explodes and burns in Yelm (Washington), 2 seriously injured:

Note: Sounds like the work of the Ghostly Match...

2013-10-22 - Pickup truck explodes at 12:30 AM while parked in North Hollywood (California), near the coast:

Quote: "No injuries were reported in the blast, which occurred about 12:30 a.m. and blew out the windows of several homes in the 11300 block of Miranda Street. The black pickup truck was parked in the yard of a home, authorities said. The vehicle’s roof was blown off in the explosion."

2013-10-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 169 near Blue Earth (Minnesota):

2013-10-22 - Pickup truck and garage burst into flame at home on Mill Creek Circle in St. Cloud (Minnesota):

Note: The address listed is 500 feet east (downwind) of the Sauk River and about 800 feet south of the Mississippi River...

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on road in Las Vegas (Nevada), woman critically burned:

Quote: "A senior citizen is in critical condition at UMC Trauma following a vehicle fire just after noon on Tuesday. According to the North Las Vegas Fire Department, the single-vehicle blaze broke out at Interstate 15 and Speedway Boulevard. Several witnesses called 911 reporting a vehicle traveling with fire underneath."

Note: She was almost listed in the corpses section...

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame while parked in underground carpark in Tunis (Tunisia), adjacent cars damaged too:

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on the A140 at Earl Stonham (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame at 1:30 AM while parked on Debenham Road in Stonham Aspal (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame while parked on street in coastal Staten Island (New York):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on US 10 in Manitowoc (Wisconsin):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on Route D in Polk County (Missouri):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on Syke Lane in Ogden (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame at 12:20 AM while parked on Quaves Lane in Bungay (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in Paramus (New Jersey):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-65 in Lake County (Indiana):

2013-10-22 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Green Mountain National Forest in Rutland (Vermont):

2013-10-22 - RV trailer bursts into flame in Beaver Creek Township (Michigan), 1 killed:

2013-10-22 - Office trailer bursts into flame at auto lot in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2013-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Pacific (Missouri):

2013-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Washington Court House (Ohio):

2013-10-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Axbridge (Britain), near Weare:

2013-10-22 - Grain dryer and 2500 bushels of corn destroyed by fire in Frederick (South Dakota):,0,888438.story

2013-10-22 - Paper company hit by fire at 6 AM in Austin (Texas):

2013-10-22 - Sawmill destroyed by fire shortly after 6 AM in South Congaree (South Carolina):

2013-10-22 - Chair bursts into flame on porch at home in Farmington (Missouri):

2013-10-22 - Commercial building erupts in flame just after midnight in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

2013-10-22 - Hotel damaged by blaze in Easton (Pennsylvania):

2013-10-22 - Multiple homes damaged by fire in York City (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Witnesses tell CBS 21 News that the fire started in an alley."

Note: I wonder what was in the alley - vehicle, electrified copper, trash cans, rusty iron/steel?

2013-10-22 - Two adjacent vacant homes and an occupied home damaged by fire in Pennsauken (New Jersey):

Note: Pennsauken is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Delaware River...

2013-10-22 - Vacant home burns on Wyoming Street in Charleston (West Virginia):

2013-10-22 - Vacant house burns shortly after midnight in Winchester (Kentucky):

2013-10-22 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 3:20 AM in coastal San Jose (California):

2013-10-22 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 12:30 AM in Canton (Ohio):

2013-10-22 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 5:08 AM near Hagerstown (Maryland):

2013-10-22 - Vacant building burns in Manby (Britain):

2013-10-22 - Man and woman found dead in the Vena River in Nagpur (India):

2013-10-22 - Woman in her 20s sickens and dies on passenger plane originating in coastal Ft. Lauderdale (Florida):

2013-10-22 - Man found dead in well at pumping station in Middlesbrough (Britain), near the River Tees:

2013-10-22 - Man, 35-40, drops dead on trail near Wasilla (Alaska):

Quote: "The body is the fourth found in the Valley this month. None appear connected, troopers say."

Note: All four deaths are connected, for sure, by two things: geography and the atmosphere...

2013-10-22 - Young man drops dead in street in coastal Lynn (Massachusetts):

2013-10-22 - Man, 38, found dead in creek near golf course in Atlanta (Georgia):

2013-10-22 - Woman, 43, found dead at home in the Bishopmill area of Elgin (Scotland), near the River Lossie:

2013-10-22 - Man, 27, found dead on jogging track at 6 AM in Oakleigh (Australia), near the coast:

2013-10-22 - Person found dead on street in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-10-22 - Man, 58, found dead in Lake Michigan at the Reefpoint Marina in Racine (Wisconsin):

2013-10-22 - Man drops dead at address in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2013-10-22 - Man found dead in sea near cliff at St Margaret's Bay (Britain), possible toppler:

2013-10-22 - Man, 20, found dead in river on the island of Borneo:

2013-10-22 - Man, 41, found dead on street near Sainsbury's in Greenwich (Britain), near the coast:

2013-10-22 - Man found dead in creek in Laurinburg (North Carolina):

2013-10-22 - Missing woman, 70, found dead in the River Cree in Newton Stewart (Scotland):

2013-10-22 - Missing man, 50, found dead in ditch in Lawrence County (Arkansas):

2013-10-22 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Pasco (Washington) after fire warning goes off:

2013-10-22 - Small plane crashes in Madison County (Arkansas), 2 killed:

Note: Mentioned this plane when it went missing, in the 2013-10-21 update...

2013-10-22 - Medical helicopter crashes, bursts into flame, disintegrates, near Somerville (Tennessee), 3 killed:

Quote: "...witnesses say the chopper appears to have disintegrated after catching fire. No remains have been located, but the three people on board are presumed to be dead."

2013-10-22 - Two minibuses collide in Al-Bergaya (Egypt), 5 killed, 17 injured:

2013-10-22 - Three big rigs crash, one bursts into flame, at Indiana Toll Road in Lake County (Indiana):

2013-10-22 - Two tractor trailers crash at 3:40 AM in Coulsdon (Britain), 1 injured:

2013-10-22 - Tractor trailer crashes down hill at 6:15 AM on Montezuma Valley Road in Borrego Springs (California), 1 injured:

2013-10-22 - Tractor trailer hauling logs overturns in Felton (California), 1 lightly injured:

2013-10-22 - Tractor trailer hauling trash overturns on Route 53 in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2013-10-22 - Dump truck overturns on road in Toledo (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-10-22 - Truck crashes through median, hits government bus, in Vadapupet (India), 2 killed, more than 20 injured:

2013-10-22 - Truck crashes into creek, bursts into flame, in Jenner Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

Quote: "The coroner will conduct an autopsy to determine if the driver suffered a medical condition immediately before the crash."

2013-10-22 - Van veers off road, plunges into valley, in Lekhaphat (Nepal), 8 killed, 9 injured:

2013-10-22 - Two SUVs crash, one bursts into flame, on I-580 near the Spaghetti Bowl (Nevada):

2013-10-22 - Car and truck collide head-on, in Harrison County (Ohio), 3 injured:

2013-10-22 - Three cars crash, one bursts into flame, in Taneytown (Maryland), 2 injured:

2013-10-22 - Car veers over centerline, hits station wagon head-on, in Fort Mohave (Arizona), 4 killed:

2013-10-22 - Car crashes into creek, bursts into flame, in Putnam County (Missouri), 1 lightly injured:

2013-10-22 - Two vehicles crash, one bursts into flame, near Ann Arbor (Michigan):

2013-10-22 - Unemployment rate falls from 7.3 percent to 7.2 percent:

2013-10-22 - Venomous false widow spider outbreak closes Dean Academy in the western Forest of Dean (Britain):

Quote: "There have been numerous newspaper reports of false widow sightings and attacks around Britain in recent weeks."

2013-10-22 - 'Volcano-like' eruption causes village to be evacuated in Manpur (India):

Quote: "... a deafening sound was followed by the rolling down of a huge boulder from a nearby hilltop which then released a lava-like liquid that charred trees and plants on the hill slopes."


  1. The Delta flight problem for Tuesday, mentions a second Delta flight that had problems (not the AA flight). When I first saw the story tuesday morning, the news was that BOTH planes that had problems ORIGINATED from ATLANTA. Now when I search on the story it says the other plane was in route to atlanta, so not sure which is true. If both planes originated from atlanta than it seems likely to follow your hypothesis. Cant find a story on just the other plane (that returned to the airport it left from). They claim it was a coffee pot 'blaze'.

    1. So I'm not the only one who found those Delta flight stories confusing! I guess the bottom line is, lots of planes are coming down smoking, or with fires (small or large), or with fire alarms 'mistakenly' going off, or with the odor of smoke, or with 'haze' in the belly. And one story at a time, they're trying hard to make things not look alarming. But the TREND - that looks alarming to me!

    2. Also, you posted that message at 11:11. Queue Twilight Zone music...

  2. what is the incidence of these events compared to say 10yrs ago?

    1. Got me. Only been watching these events for about 4 years, and only closely for about 3 years. During that time the escalation has been dramatic, so if you wanted to go back 10 years then I'm sure the escalation would be even MORE dramatic. I don't really care much what happened 10 years ago, personally. That planes and homes and businesses and vehicles are routinely exploding and/or burning and people are smeling 'rotten egg' and 'sulfur' smells and dropping dead NOW is more my concern.

      Obviously, this past year has been particularly terrible. Never before had the Inner Harbor in Baltimore suddenly turned milky green-white and smelled of sulfur, with all the fish dying. Never before in human history had a major metropolitan area been told to shelter-in-place because of hydrogen sulfide, but that happened in Kuwait City. And all these 'mystery booms', sometimes with an accompanying 'flash of light', those are a recent phenomenon, at least at the frequency with which they are occurring - last two years.

      The British government says that underground electrical fires tripled from 2011 to 2012, and it's obviously gotten worse since then.Insurers for recycling businesses are pulling out because there are too many fires, which only got REALLY bad this year.

      And so on. Obvious escalation is obvious. But if you're not convinced, not a problem, because the escalation will continue, and just when you think things can't possibly get any worse...that's when things are going to get waaaaay worse. Reality itself will convince you or it will kill you.

    2. how fast do you think this trend will accelerate?

    3. I have no idea. I mean, we ARE trying some stuff, to slow it down. How effective those things are remains to be seen. Traditionally, if you have a methane and hydrogen sulfide problem with, say, a landfill, one tactic used is to surround the landfill with ozone generators and fires. But how can we surround the oceans with ozone generators and fires? They surround US! So that won't work on this scale.

      They detected caffeine in the ocean waters off the Pacific Northwest, no reasonable explanation for it to be there. That was shortly after I posted about a science article showing caffeine reacts away hydrogen sulfide. They probably read the same article and gave it a try. No reason NOT to try it. Did it work? How well? I don't know, wish I did.

      But this KIND of problem tends to accelerate hyperbolically, the rate of escalation itself increasing, and that's what it's looking like. So that means the escalation is apt to be dramatic. Once those 'mystery booms' start hitting populated areas and wiping out towns, we'll be just about out of time. That's not happening yet, so we've still got a bit of fight left in us, and a bit of time left. I hope that time is being used to create more Plan B habitats, because our time of living on the surface of the Earth is drawing to a close.

    4. How would you describe a Plan b habitat?

    5. Must be protected from the explosions and fires and poison gas, so such habitats will have to be underground, underwater, or off-planet, Must be capable of supplying breathable atmosphere to the inhabitants, either by filtration or by manufacturing oxygen via electrolysis or whatever. Must be capable of supplying clean water to the inhabitants. Must be capable of supplying energy to the inhabitants. Must have enough manufacturing capability to manufacture parts for the habitat when needed, or some means of trading with other habitats that can. Must be capable of producing food for the inhabitants, or some means of trading with other habitats that grow food. (The more habitats there are, and the bigger they are, the more specialization that is possible.)