Friday, November 1, 2013

2013 - OCT - Spotlight Stories

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-01 - Electrical explosion hits oceanfront high-rise in coastal La Jolla (California), 2 injured:
Quote: "Two workers were injured today, one seriously, when an electrical panel on a transformer exploded at an ocean-front La Jolla condominium high-rise, authorities said. The blast occurred shortly before 11:30 a.m. in a ground-floor utility room at the 18-story building in the 900 block of Coast Boulevard..."
Note: And the day prior, an underground electrical explosion and fire hit UC Berkeley in coastal Berkeley (California), and an underground electric explosion and fire hit coastal Huntington Beach (California), as mentioned in the 2013-09-30 update. Gettin' pretty 'splodey there in California, especially along the coast and especially where electrified copper is involved...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-02 - Massive fire erupts at Clark Island Boat Works, two large fishing vessels destroyed, in coastal St. George (Maine):,2589729
Quote: "A large workshop, a smaller outbuilding and two fishing vessels, estimated to be 40 feet long, were destroyed."
2013-10-02 - Luxury superyacht 'Seafaris' bursts into flame at 6 AM, explodes and sinks, off the coast of Queensland (Australia):
Quote: "Eight passengers and eight crew were aboard the 41-metre superyacht Seafaris when it caught fire before sinking off the Daintree coast at about 6am..."
Quote: "Everyone aboard made it to the lifeboat and not long after there was an explosion and the Seafaris sank."
Quote: "Seafaris was estimated to be worth about $16 million when it was launched in 2004. Experts say you could at least double that price now. It was simply a magnificent vessel which could carry 10 guests and 10 crew. Features included a gym, guest library, cinema, helipad, hydrotherapy spa, professional diving and fishing facilities, water toys, sun lounges, outdoor teppanyaki bar, formal dining area, casual barbecue area, scenic cocktail bar and a 10-metre diesel jet boat for 'aquatic outings'. It had hosted some of the rich and famous, including in 2006 when Crown Prince Frederik and his Australian wife Princess Mary of Denmark were guests for a private cruise in Sydney. It had also hosted Giorgio Armani and Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashed at Maktoum of Dubai."
2013-10-02 - Boat explodes and burns near Stanley Bridge on Prince Edward Island (Canada):
Note: Not looking too good for boats and boaters these days. Even without the fires and explosions, you might just flop over dead on your boat. Two men were just found dead in a speedboat off the coast of Madagascar, for example, as mentioned in the 2013-09-29 update...

Category: Multiple Corpses
2013-10-03 - Two men, roommates, found dead in home in Allentown (Pennsylvania):
Quote: "Dispatchers initially described the problem as possible carbon monoxide poisoning, but a city fire crew quickly ruled out the deadly gas. None of it was detected at the scene."
Quote: "District Attorney Jim Martin said there were no obvious signs of trauma on the bodies so it isn't clear what killed the men, who were roommates."
Note: So they just dropped dead. Autopsies are unlikely to find hydrogen sulfide unless the autopsy is done within 6-8 hours of exposure, since it quickly degrades to harmless sulfates which could have many innocuous causes, and that much time had probably elapsed before they even found the corpses...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-04 - Recycling center destroyed by fire in Jackson (Missouri), in Cape Girardeau County:
Quote: "He said no one was in the building at the time and the cause of the fire is unknown."
2013-10-04 - Recycling plant hit by fire in Des Moines (Iowa):
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
2013-10-05 - Wildfire erupts near Lake O'Neill in coastal Camp Pendleton (California), hospital and some housing evacuated:
Note: And here's yet another major fire in a coastal area, not unlike the huge blaze that destroyed the boardwalk in coastal Seaside Park (New Jersey), or the massive scrap metal fire on the coast in New Jersey, or the fire that destroyed several buildings at the waterfront in Georgetown (South Carolina), and many other major coastal fires. The flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide is primarily blowing in off the oceans so coastal areas will obviously be getting hit the worst by fires. That's already the case, but it's going to get much much worse...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-06 - Mysterious explosion sets off burglar alarms and shakes homes in Stretford (Britain):
Quote: "People living in the area reported hearing the massive bang around 8pm, with people going out into the road to see what had happened. But police, ambulance and fire services all said they had no record of any incidents in the area which could explain the explosion."
Note: And yet another neighborhood-shaking explosion with no discernible source. These mysterious explosions - sometimes accompanied by a 'flash of light' - are very likely hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes of considerable size finding an ignition source and detonating. If this explosion had occurred inside a neighborhood then that neighborhood might have been wiped off the map. Eventually these explosions may rival those generated by small thermonuclear weapons, like the fission bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus the radiation. Stretford lies on flat ground between the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-07 - Big pile of scrap wire bursts into flame at scrap metal business in coastal Jersey City (New Jersey):
Quote: "For the second time in as many months, Jersey City firefighters dealt with a fire at a Jersey City metal recycling company..."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers." Other than hydrogen sulfide, which is reactive with both rusty iron/steel and copper, what other explanation is there for piles of scrap metal igniting? Nobody has ever offered up another explanation, most likely because there isn't one. There have been a rising number of fires much like this one and the problem is certain to worsen as the atmospheric contamination proceeds...

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...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-09 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes in Springfield (Oregon), near the Willamette River:
Quote: "... it was loud enough for many to hear and shook lots of people's houses."
Note: This town is just northeast (downwind) of the Willamette River. There have been many of these mysterious explosions around the world, especially in the last year. These explosions - sometimes accompanied by a 'flash of light' - are very likely atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes finding an ignition source and detonating. When there's not a lot of gas then these explosions may sound like fireworks or gunfire and are often described as 'popping sounds', heard right before many fires in the last year or so. As the atmospheric contamination proceeds, the size, concentration and number of gas plumes in the atmosphere will be increasing, resulting in more and larger explosions. Eventually these explosions may rival those produced by small thermonuclear weapons like the fission bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation, unless an explosion destroys a nuclear plant (many of which are on coasts and all of which are near bodies of water for cooling), and then we'd get radiation too...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-10 - Huge inferno destroys Heritage building and a dozen businesses in the wee hours in New Westminster (Canada):
Note: This city is located near a triple-confluence of the Fraser River and the area where this fire occurred is one block from the river. So this fire is very similar to the fire that destroyed much of the waterfront in coastal Georgetown (South Carolina), the huge fire that destroyed the boardwalk in coastal Seaside Park (New Jersey), etc. Here's a pic that shows the location relative to the Fraser River:

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-11 - Underground electrical fire hits Cobholm in coastal Great Yarmouth (Britain), 160 buildings go dark:
Quote: "Electrical engineers were called to Cobholm, Great Yarmouth, following reports of a fire coming from a manhole."
Note: Underground electrical fires and explosions have been steadily increasing in frequency as the atmospheric contamination proceeds. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, ditches, ravines, canyons, valleys, creeks, streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, seas, etc. It is also a highly flammable gas and it is reactive with rusty iron/steel and copper, especially electrified copper, like that found in underground electrical facilities as well as wiring in vehicles and buildings...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-12 - As many as 70 cars go up in flames in carpark in coastal Sydney (Australia), evacuations ensue:
Quote: "As many as 43 cars have been damaged in a large fire that swept across a car park in Homebush in Sydney's west today. NSW police are saying the number of cars destroyed is likely to exceed 70."
Quote: "I've been fighting fires for 42 years and I've never, ever seen anything like that..."
Note: I did mention that as the atmospheric contamination proceeds, we'd see entire parking lots of vehicles going up in flames. Well, here you go. This is more likely to happen in coastal areas, like Sydney here, and this will become more common everywhere as time goes on...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-13 - Dump truck explodes and burns while parked at home in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida), garage damaged too:
Quote: "A North Fort Myers family said they heard a sudden explosion outside their home. Their dump truck had caught fire. 'We were sitting inside. We just got home. We returned the car. We heard this awful explosion and I ran out the door to see what it was. I hollered at Gary and said the truck was on fire,' said the homeowner."
Note: All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time. Mostly it will just be your vehicle burning, but sometimes they will explode too. This event was much like the tractor that exploded at 4:30 AM while parked inside a barn at a property on Avon Lake Road in Litchfield Township, as mentioned in the 2013-09-05 update. There have been other similar events as well, sometimes with the vehicle exploding while being driven and burning and/or killing the occupant(s)...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-10-14 - 'Rotten egg' odor of hydrogen sulfide reported in Santa Fe Springs (California):
Quote: "For the second time this year, local residents near Santa Fe Springs are dealing with a foul stench in their neighborhood. Residents of Santa Fe Springs, Norwalk, Whittier and Pico Rivera have all reported the odor."
Quote: "Come around midnight each night now, sometimes lasting one to three hours. It’s unbearable..."
Quote: "According to the Air Quality Management District, the smell is due to non-toxic hydrogen sulfide coming from Ridgeline Energy Services U.S.A."
Note: There's no such thing as 'non-toxic hydrogen sulfide'. Hydrogen sulfide is hydrogen sulfide. It's as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use in gas chambers to, you know, KILL PEOPLE. It was used as a weapon in World War I by the British against the Germans because it KILLS PEOPLE. The atmosphere cools and contracts in the wee hours, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane in the air above closer to the ground. These folks should be on the lookout for outbreaks of 'flu-like' illness, nosebleeds and animals and people dropping dead. These cities are all near the coast...
2013-10-14 - Hydrogen sulfide reported in coastal Callaway (Florida):
Quote: "...inside the wet well at the lift station where employees work, county officials said chemical detectors have showed hydrogen sulfide to be at 'extremely hazardous' levels. Parts of the lift station have become corroded as a result of the high levels of hydrogen sulfide, officials said."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-15 - Passenger plane engine explodes and burns in flight, plane makes emergency landing in Dallas (Texas):
Quote: "Spirit Airlines flight 165 from Dallas en route to Atlanta suffered a mechanical failure when passengers said one of the engines exploded 20 minutes after take-off. Fred Edwards said once he saw the flames outside the plane he texted his wife as fast as he could. 'We're on fire, love you,' he wrote."
Quote: "With his plane shaking violently and smoke filling the cabin, passenger Cliff McKenzie dialed his wife 26 times before connecting to her voicemail. 'Jan, I love you very, very much. This most likely could be the end. I want you to go on with your life,' he said."
Note: Lots of planes smoking and burning and crashing lately, but this is gonna get way worse. Eventually planes will be exploding and disintegrating in mid-air on a regular basis. I doubt too many people will be flying by then...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-16 - Car 'arsons' triple in the last six months in Crewe (Britain):
Note: Most or all of those fires are ASSUMED arsons, because the vehicles were parked, not running. Apparently they don't train their fire officials to be particularly observant, else they'd have noticed that parked vehicles are bursting into flame all over the planet now...
2013-10-16 - Eight vehicles burst into flame during October (so far) in Marion (Ohio):
2013-10-16 - Six cars go up in flames while parked at hotel in Hackney (Australia), near the River Torrens:
Note: Fire started in one car then spread to a fence then to five more cars. This is why it's not wise to park vehicles near anything you don't want to burn, like other vehicles, or homes...
2013-10-16 - Three cars go up in flames while parked in parking garage in Ridgefield Park (New Jersey), near the coast:
Note: Like I just said...
2013-10-16 - In separate incidents, six parked cars burst into flame in and around coastal Perth (Australia):
Quote: "A Department of Fire and Emergency Services spokesman said at least six cars were found burning and unattended. Firefighters attended car fires in Kiara, Northam, Mandurah, Rangeway, Boulder and Erskine."
2013-10-16 - In two separate incidents, three parked cars burst into flame in the wee hours in Nantwich (Britain)
Quote: "The three fires happened within a short space of time indicating they are likely to be connected."
Note: That's true, but not necessarily because of arson, which is their assumption. Same general area, compressed timeframe, same atmosphere, so these fires are DEFINITELY connected by the atmosphere. In the absence of evidence of people being involved (and as usual they present none), any other connection is mere conjecture. 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...
2013-10-16 - Two vehicles go up in flames at 5:45 AM while parked in driveway at home in Broomall (Pennsylvania):
Note: Escalation in vehicular fires is obvious...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-17 - Massive 6-alarm inferno engulfs apartment complex at 5 AM in coastal Redwood City (California), 4 injured:
Quote: "A six-alarm fire at a San Francisco Bay Area apartment complex injured four people, one seriously, and displaced dozens. Television news footage showed flames shooting from the Redwood City building and what appeared to be a gaping hole in the roof. The fire was still smoldering hours after it began around 5 a.m."
Note: And here's another gigantic coastal fire. 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...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-18 - Mammoth inferno destroys 6 warehouse and 180,000 tons of sugar at port in coastal Santos (Brazil):
Quote: "They say this is the biggest fire in the history of the port of Santos, which exported 12.8 million tonnes of sugar in the first eight months of the year. The port is located some 80km (50 miles) from Sao Paulo."
Quote: "The fire hit all of Copersucar’s warehouses at the Santos port, igniting 180,000 tonnes of sugar – roughly 10 per cent of Brazil’s monthly sugar exports – and driving prices of the sweetener to a one-year high on global markets."
Note: And here's yet another mongo coastal fire. That's at least 360 million pounds of sugar wiped out. Some stories show a loss as high as 300,000 tons of sugar, or 600 million pounds...

Category: Unusual Vehicular Accidents
2013-10-19 - Train derails at 1 AM, bursts into flame, explodes, near Gainford (Canada), community evacuated:
Quote: "Emergency crews have had to back off and let a major fire on a CN tanker train derailment 80 km west of Edmonton burn itself out. Residents of nearby Gainford will have to wait until at least Sunday to return home from an emergency evacuation of their town. They could have to wait as long as 72 hours for the blaze to burn out."
Note: This crash occurred near Isle Lake and Wabamun Lake...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-20 - New South Wales declares emergency, 'mega-fire' feared, in Australia, 200 homes destroyed:
Quote: "Fears grow NSW Blue Mountains bushfires will merge and form a 'mega-fire'..."
Quote: "More than 200 properties have already been destroyed in blazes that have raged across the Blue Mountains, the Southern Highlands and the Central Coast since Thursday. Premier Barry O'Farrell today declared a state of emergency, suggesting that more drama is just ahead, with authorities expecting the most dangerous combination of warm, dry weather and strong winds in more than 40 years."
Note: And it's only one month into SPRING there, and fire season doesn't really get going until summer. 'Mega-fire' doesn't sound good at all. Apocalyptic fire season incoming!
2013-10-20 - Multiple wildfires break out on the North Island (New Zealand):
Quote: "The largest has engulfed around 50 hectares of bush near Mitimiti in Northland. Crews, including two helicopters and several firetrucks, are battling the blaze. Another fire is burning in Wellsford, near Burma Road and yet another near Omana Avenue at Shelly Beach."
Note: More coastal fires, like those ravaging the Sydney area in Australia...

Category: Multiple Corpses
2013-10-21 - Two people found dead hours apart in same home in Houston (Texas):
Quote: "It happened at a home in the 300 block of York. On Saturday at around 11:20pm, an unidentified male was found dead in the home. His identity is pending verification by the medical examiner's office. Then at around 4am, Andrea Rodriguez, 20, was found unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene. According to police, neither had any signs of trauma."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide can have a delayed reaction, up to a few days. So, you go to a park to feed some ducks, maybe smell something funny, feel a little ill perhaps. You go home, go to work the next day, and the next, and then on the next day, respiratory paralysis kicks in and you die. In such cases there will be no signs of trauma. So these two people probably were together, likely outdoors, in the previous few days, and they got poisoned together, but because of variables (weight, concentration of the hydrogen sulfide in the air they each breathed, etc), they dropped dead a few hours apart.
This delayed-reaction dying is why in some instances people are dropping dead, but those around them aren't. It's because they were poisoned elsewhere, and it just took a bit until they dropped dead. Like people getting poisoned at a beach and then falling ill and dying on a plane a day or two later, that kind of thing...

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...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-23 - Mysterious explosion shakes the ground across coastal Alabama and into the Florida panhandle:
Quote: "There's no way to pinpoint exactly where the rumble/boom originated, because we've gotten mentions from across coastal Alabama and even the Florida panhandle."
Note: These mysterious home-shaking explosions that have plagued the world in the last couple of years are very likely caused by the detonation of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. Sometimes (usually at night) these explosions are accompanied by a 'flash of light'. Eventually these explosions may rival those caused by small fission weapons, like the bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation, unless an explosion takes out a nuclear plant - many of which are on coasts and ALL of which are near bodies of water for cooling - in which case then we'd get some radiation too. The areas where this explosion was reported are all on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Another similar event just happened in Molino (Florida), near Harris Bay, as mentioned in the 2013-10-22 update...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-10-24 - HazMat event, 12 school girls sicken on soccer field, in coastal Madison (Connecticut):
Quote: "However, police said 12 players showed 'signs of possible carbon monoxide exposure' halfway through the game, police said. 'Some (experienced) nausea, some (experienced) dizziness, some (experienced) difficulty breathing,' said Madison EMS Director Chris Bernier. At least eight juveniles along with one adult were taken to area hospitals, police said. Their conditions were still unknown as of Thursday afternoon. Police said Wednesday night the source of carbon monoxide was a school bus owned by M&J Company, which is based out of North Haven. However, officials with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles tested the bus and 'found nothing wrong,' President of M&J Bus Incorporated Michael Beebe said in a statement Thursday."
Note: They tried hard to blame the bus, but there was nothing wrong with the bus. That excuse didn't make any sense anyway, because carbon monoxide is lighter than air; that's why carbon monoxide detectors go on ceilings, not floors. So even IF a bus was gushing carbon monoxide, and obviously this one wasn't, then it'd just float away upward into the air, and wouldn't affect children on an OUTDOOR soccer field.
This event is VERY MUCH like an event that occurred at a football game at an outdoor stadium in Houston in late 2011. More than 20 kids on the field sickened, and some collapsed unconscious. The brother of one of the victims was in the stands and he said he smelled 'something funny' as the kids began sickening and collapsing. They also tried to blame THAT mass-sickening event on carbon monoxide from buses, but again, that wouldn't make sense, because any carbon monoxide given off by the buses OUTSIDE the stadium would just float away into the air. Also, all the children affected in that event were on the GROUND level, in the center of the stadium, which is where a HEAVIER-than-air gas - like hydrogen sulfide and NOT like carbon monoxide - would tend to accumulate.
Here are some links to the Houston event:
Those symptoms are the same as those that can result from hydrogen sulfide exposure. Houston is downwind of the Gulf of Mexico. This current event in Madison (Connecticut) is right on the East Coast. Also on the East Coast, a 'rotten egg' smell has been irritating residents of Quincy (Massachusetts). And the Inner Harbor in Baltimore resently turned milky green-white, all the fish died, and there was a 'sulfur' smell.
It may not be long now before we start seeing students flat-out DYING on fields. Hydrogen sulfide at concentrations of 1 part per thousand can be almost immediately fatal. That's why they call it a 'knockdown agent'...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-25 - Metal recycling facility hit by fire in Greensboro (North Carolina):
Quote: "Within three minutes, crews were on the scene, but the fire was burning deep inside a 50-foot-high pile of scrap metal, Grayson said. It wasn’t clear Friday what started the fire, which officials said about 9 p.m. was under control. Workers were moving light metals around on the pile when the fire started, officials said. But the fire appeared to be 'very deep' in the pile, Grayson said. He said he believes the fire was accidental."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas so it will settle deep into piles. The same scenario has been seen at some of the pallet fires, where the fire ignites deep at the bottom of the pile. It's the same basic cause: hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with rusty iron/steel (the nails and screws in pallets)...
2013-10-25 - Metal business damaged by explosion and fire in Chattanooga (Tennessee) several people injured:
Quote: "Crews responded to a fire and explosion at Designed Alloy Products on Alton Park Boulevard around 7:30 a.m. Friday."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers." Over and over, fires are breaking out at metal-related facilities, exactly as predicted. We're nowhere near out of rusty iron/steel though, so there will be plenty more metal-related fires like these. Some of the parked vehicles going up in flames are probably caused by hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with rusty iron/steel too, though I suspect the bulk of those fires are caused by hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with copper, especially electrified copper...

Category: 'Zombie' Files
2013-10-26 - Man, 25, goes on stabbing spree in coastal Brooklyn (New York), at least 5 killed:
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and the brain damage it causes can result in personality changes, memory loss, complete identity loss, hallucinations, violence etc. And something else I've noticed about those who become neuro-zombied: they often like edged weapons. There have been numerous incidents involving machetes, samurai swords, knives, axes, etc. I first noticed this when a story came out, in 2012 I think, mentioning multiple events where women were hacked to death on the island of Grenada. I lived on the island for eight months and I can tell you, THAT IS NOT NORMAL. Then I started noticing more and more such incidents, all around the world. If I see a naked guy or a guy with a machete - or a naked guy with a machete - then I'm runnin'. The neurozombie problem may be why DHS bought all that hollowpoint ammo. Note that tasering this guy did nothing, and it took SIX SHOTS to put down the face-eater on the coast in Florida (who had only trace marijuana in his system).
This problem can afflict anyone at any time. Last year a normal guy, no signs of any problems, out of nowhere stabbed his wife in bed then stabbed himself to death, in Highland Park (Texas), as mentioned in the 2012-07-12 update. He probably got poisoned while he was out during that day, then his brain chemically fried during that day and into the night and by the middle of the night he'd sustained enough serious brain damage that he finally went completely crazy. The face-eater, he was perfectly normal that same day, then his car broke down on a causeway over the ocean in coastal Florida, so he went walking to get help or whatever for his broken-down car. He probably got poisoned right on that causeway as he walked and along the way he stripped naked and then he went crazy, jumped on the guy on the causeway and started munching on his face. The speech center of his brain was obviously damaged, as all he could do is growl by then. Even if the cops hadn't blown him away, he would have died shortly anyway...

Category: Animal Die-Offs
2013-10-27 - Thousands of fish, octopus and crabs mostly found in deep waters wash ashore dead at Juhu Beach (India):
Note: I mentioned when the deepwater oarfish were found dead off the coast of California recently that hydrogen sulfide and methane will be rising from the depths toward the surface in pockets in the oceans, thereby killing the creatures deeper down first. Here's another example of that and there will be plenty more...
2013-10-27 - Tens of thousands of fish die in harbor in coastal Santa Cruz (California):
Quote: "At the first sign of trouble, Laura Kasa hopped on her paddleboard and inspected the carnage: flotillas of dead anchovies, iridescent fish drifting into pockets of the harbor and catching the morning light. 'There are still tens of thousands of fish here,' Kasa said Monday, the phenomenon already 48 hours old. 'They're floating up from the bottom.'"
Note: From the bottom? You don't say...
2013-10-27 - Baby dolphin washes ashore dead in coastal Casablanca (Morocco):
Quote: "It is speculated that the poor creature might have collided with submarine rocks, been attacked by a fierce shark, or possibly been poisoned by some deadly marine contaminant."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2013-10-28 - Deck bursts into flame at Lakeside RV Apartments in Prescott (Arizona):
Note: This area is sandwiched between Willow Creek Reservoir and Watson Lake...
2013-10-28 - Wood hobby shop bursts into flame in Minot (North Dakota):
2013-10-28 - Cabinet shop destroyed by fire in Crosslake (Minnesota):
Quote: "Schwankl said no one was inside the building at the time of the fire."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Wood-related fires will escalate, including fires at pallet companies, wood-carving businesses, furniture businesses, door companies, cabinet companies, etc."

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-10-29 - Monumental amounts of methane pluming into the atmosphere in the Arctic:
Quote: "Released on 10/27/2013 by the USGS (photo above in the slideshow) are the latest readings of methane over the Arctic area. Methane that is being released above 1950 pbb (parts per billion) is in red. To put those numbers into context, what is considered a 'normal' release of methane? According to Dr. James Hansen, an American adjunct professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University, 1250 ppb is a livable level. We are now well surpassing that level daily."
2013-10-29 - Toxic hydrogen sulfide-rich oceans led to major extinction 93.9 million years ago:
Quote: "Owens said that their work shows that even though only a small portion of the ocean contained toxic and metal-scavenging hydrogen sulfide, it was sufficiently large so that changes to the ocean's chemistry and biology were likely profound. He asserted that what this says is that only portions of the ocean need to contain sulfide to greatly impact biota."
Note: Methane and hydrogen sulfide go together during these extinction events. Increased oceanic heat not only releases the stored methane, but the extra heat benefits the ancient bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide too. Those ancient bacteria and archaea eat biomatter, but they also eat...methane. So, vast amounts of suddenly abundant food, and an environment more to their liking - what's a bacterium to do? Reproduce, that's what, a lot, and so vast amounts of methane being released leads to vast amounts of hydrogen sulfide being released too. And then the biosphere dies off, especially species that reproduce slowly, in small numbers and whose young take a long time to reach reproductive maturity. That's us.
And say, it looks a lot like scientists are slowly and ponderously lining up behind what I've been saying all along...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-10-30 - Two dozen children suddenly sicken at school in coastal Boynton Beach (Florida):
Quote: "More than two dozen students went home this week from Franklin Academy after complaints of diarrhea and vomiting."
Note: And more than 200 students sickened recently in Marion County (Florida), near the coast, as mentioned in the 2013-10-07 update. Prior to that, 200-300 students sickened at Manatee Bay Elementary School in Weston (Florida), near the coast, as mentioned in the 2013-09-20 update. Sure are a lot of children sickening in Florida lately. Florida is downwind of the Gulf of Mexico. Lots of people and animals mysteriously dying in Florida too...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-10-31 - Man sails 3000 miles in the Pacific, sees virtually no life, no birds, no fish, but lots of trash:

Quote: "Plastic was ubiquitous. Bottles, bags and every kind of throwaway domestic item you can imagine, from broken chairs to dustpans, toys and utensils. And something else. The boat's vivid yellow paint job, never faded by sun or sea in years gone past, reacted with something in the water off Japan, losing its sheen in a strange and unprecedented way."

Note: This extinction event starts in the waters of the Earth. As the waters heat up, the chemocline bubbles up, releasing methane and hydrogen sulfide from the depths, suffocating and/or poisoning fish. As the gases hit the atmosphere, birds and non-oceanic life die as well. That was a very large area this man covered. The oceans are clearly dying hard now. What comes next? More hydrogen sulfide and methane pluming into the atmosphere and killing land-based life, just as has happened in extinction events in the past.

Basically, the oceans are now becoming landfills. Landfills are traditional sources of hydrogen sulfide and methane emissions. In June, the City of Roxbury (New Jersey) began drawing up evacuation plans because of hydrogen sulfide from a nearby landfill, as mentioned in the 2013-06-14 update. Well, that's a little landfill, so maybe only that one town will need to evacuate. The Pacific Ocean is becoming a planetary-sized landfill, which means the surface of the planet will have to be evacuated of living humans. That will be done voluntarily (by people moving underground, underwater or off-planet), or it will be done involuntarily (by people dying). It'll probably be some combination of the two, with most people dying.

Given the circumstances, it's easy to understand governments working industriously on underground facilities, and spending like there's no tomorrow. There actually IS no tomorrow, not for human beings on the surface of the Earth...


  1. I didn't notice that you included the oarfish deaths in mid-October. Certainly fit into your hypothesis I think. Thanks for all this info, I am blown away, no pun intended.

    1. Thanks for the thanks! Sorry the news isn't better, believe me; I live on this planet too!