Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Event Update For 2013-11-19

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
2013-11-19 - Landfill erupts in flame near Medicine Hat, Calgary (Canada), state of emergency declared, evacuations ensue:
Quote: "We threw several thousand gallons of water and foam and dry chemical on this fire to no avail."
Quote: "Cypress Country has determined there is no viable way of extinguishing the blaze at this time. Nine homes in the immediate area are under mandatory evacuation."
2013-11-19 - Landfill catches fire in coastal Mon Repos (Australia):
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."

2013-11-19 - Home explodes and collapses in Attayampatti (India), 5 killed, 4 injured:

Quote: "They said the explosion occured after the woman tried to light the gas stove unaware of a leak in the cylinder."

Note: How do they know there was a leak in the cylinder? They don't; it's just an assumption. Gas from cylinders isn't the only flammable gas in the atmosphere these days. What do they think is causing those giant neighborhood-shaking explosions with flashes of light in the skies, witnessed by many all over the world these last couple of years? They aren't aware of those? Hah, well then, they're not very informed...

2013-11-19 - Travel trailer explodes and burns near Alvarado (Texas), 4 injured:

Quote: "One of the victims told emergency responders that the roof immediately turned blue with flames after a cigarette was lit inside the trailer, Jones said. Jones said investigators believe the fire and explosion started due to a leak in a propane tank mounted on the trailer’s front tow hitch."

Note: The ROOF turned blue with flames. Are these fire officials unaware that propane is a heavier-than-air gas? Seems like an important thing to know if dealing with fires is your job. It sounds more like methane in this case, which would tend to accumulate at the ceiling once it infiltrates a structure. Also, these people apparently smelled nothing, but they should have been able to smell an explosive amount of propane. Methane, on the other hand, is odorless...

2013-11-19 - Vacant home explodes and burns, destroyed, in Pinckneyville (Illinois):

Quote: "...a neighbor heard some kind of explosion in the home around the time of the fire."

2013-11-19 - Explosion and fire damages electrical substation in Fond du Lac (Wisconsin), near Lake Winnebago, 5000 homes go dark:

Quote: "The Fond du Lac fire department responded to a substation on Rienzi Road near Pine Tree Drive in the Town of Fond du Lac after residents reported a loud bang. Fire officials said a transformer failed just after 9 a.m., causing a portion of the substation to catch fire."

2013-11-19 - Explosion hits refinery in coastal Antwerp (Belgium), 2 killed:

2013-11-19 - Explosion hits Aerojet Rocketdyne facility in Rancho Cordova (California), 1 injured:

2013-11-19 - Explosion hits food business in Columbia (South Carolina), near Lake Murray, 1 injured:

2013-11-19 - Explosion and fire destroys dumpling business at 5 AM, in Waterbury (Vermont):

Quote: "Fire officials say neighbors heard an explosion, and when firefighters arrived at the scene shortly after 5 a.m. Tuesday, flames could be seen shooting from the one-story structure."

2013-11-19 - Explosion hits coffee bar under construction in Hanoi (Vietnam), at least 6 killed, others injured:

2013-11-19 - Steel company hit by blaze at 3:30 AM in Claremore (Oklahoma):

Quote: "UPCO is a manufacturing company that makes steel rods for oil field equipment. The building that is on fire is a 140,000 square foot facility."

Quote: "Officials at the scene stated that there were no reports of injuries. Employees of the industrial plant had not gotten to work yet."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel. This fire was basically the same as all the auto scrapyards and metal recycling centers burning...

2013-11-19 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the Warrego Highway near Helidon Spa (Australia), 3 people burned:

2013-11-19 - Passenger bus bursts into flame near community college in Cleveland (Ohio):

2013-11-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal St. Augustine (Florida):

Quote: "The truck was carrying green beans, but crews believe the fire may have started in the braking system."

2013-11-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at intersection in Nebraska City (Nebraska):

Quote: "A truck driver confronted flames billowing out from beneath his semi-trailer near the rear axle..."

Note: Probably brakes igniting, just like the big rig that burned in the event listed above this one. From the full hypothesis: "Massive vehicles such as big RVs, buses, tanker trucks, tractor trailers, dump trucks, and car-haulers will be destroyed by fire in escalating numbers after tires or brakes ignite."

2013-11-19 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on road in Shamong Township (New Jersey):

2013-11-19 - Truck bursts into flame on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Framingham (Massachusetts):

2013-11-19 - Truck bursts into flame in Leamington (Britain):

2013-11-19 - RV bursts into flame on Gum Tree Lane in Fallbrook (California):

2013-11-19 - Van bursts into flame in Wooton Fitzpaine (Britain):

2013-11-19 - SUV bursts into flame in Arvin (California):

2013-11-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-80 in Parsippany (New Jersey):

2013-11-19 - In 3 separate incidents, 5 parked vehicles burst into flame in the wee hours in coastal Western Australia:

2013-11-19 - Car and 4 motorcycles burst into flame at police station in One Town in coastal Visakhapatnam (India):

Quote: "In a mysterious fire that broke out in the backyard of One town police station on the busy wharf road here today, one auto, four motor cycles and Rs 20,000 worth of crackers stored under court orders, were gutted."

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame while parked in downtown parking garage in Iowa City (Iowa):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on Route 72 in Plainville (Connecticut):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on I-540 in Springdale (Arkansas):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on Montauk Road in coastal Wainscott (New York):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on I-90 near Arlington Heights (Illinois):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on I-70 near Hays (Kansas):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on I-290 in Chicago (Illinois):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on Tavistock Road in Manadon in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on the A39 near Bideford (Britain):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on I-35 in Waco (Texas):

2013-11-19 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 15 in Seward (Nebraska):

Note: Responders pulled the people inside out the window, which was already down. I bet this fire took out the car's electrical system, and the car had power locks, and the doors were locked. I've mentioned this problem before: these vehicular fires may disable your vehicle's electrical system and trap you inside a burning vehicle, and you won't last long in that situation. Might wanna keep a hammer or something handy in your vehicle when you drive, just in case...

2013-11-19 - Flash fire erupts at auto shop in Lansing (Michigan), 2 critically injured:

2013-11-19 - Large vat of kerosene bursts into flame at warehouse in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Authorities said a significant amount of kerosene, a 2,500 gallon vat, somehow caught fire just before 8 a.m. near S.E. 44th St. and S. Eastern Ave."

Note: This sounds like the work of the Ghostly Match...

2013-11-19 - Fire erupts at RV park on Boat Harbour Drive in coastal Hervey Bay (Australia):

2013-11-19 - Barn destroyed by fire in Bogus Brook (Minnesota), 55 cows killed:

Quote: "The Hanenburgs had been up all night because fire destroyed the barn and claimed the lives of all but about 15 of the approximately 70 Holstein cows that had been inside."

Note: Barnbecue...

2013-11-19 - Barn full of hay destroyed by fire near Helena (Montana):

2013-11-19 - Barn destroyed by fire in Hudson Township (Michigan), near Lake Hudson:

2013-11-19 - Barn destroyed by fire near Macks Creek (Missouri), near Lake of the Ozarks:

2013-11-19 - Barn destroyed by fire in Webberville (Michigan):

2013-11-19 - Utility pole bursts into flame on Moston Road in Upton, Chester (Britain):

2013-11-19 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck, in Rangiora (New Zealand), near the coast:

2013-11-19 - Warehouse ravaged by deadly blaze in Beijing (China), 11 killed, 4 injured:

2013-11-19 - Food pantry damaged by fire in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2013-11-19 - Large home destroyed by blaze just before 2 AM in Symmes Township (Ohio), no one home:

Quote: "The homeowners were spending the winter in Florida. They've been down there for about a month. They have been notified about the fire. We're told the home is a complete loss. Firefighters say little, if anything, can be salvaged."

2013-11-19 - Vacant home burns at 2:30 AM in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2013-11-19 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 1:10 AM in Coweta County (Georgia):

Quote: "The most recent price for the property was $706,500 after a price cut from $785,000 on Oct. 31."

Note: Must've been a nice house!

2013-11-19 - Vacant outbuilding burns in Modesto (California), residents concerned about rash of similar recent fires:

2013-11-19 - Numerous species sickening and dying in Alaska:

Note: The hair loss could be from high UV levels as the ozone layer dissolves and the upper atmosphere fills with methane, making the Sun whiter, brighter and more intense. Whales and dolphins were showing lesions from UV poisoning in 2010, so that rules out Fukushima. Most people have by now noticed the changes in the appearance of the Sun. It's not a change in the Sun, but a change in the atmosphere through which we view the Sun. You may notice physiological changes in your own body because of this, such as a weakened immune system, sleep problems, memory problems; too much of that white Sun (too little of the old yellow Sun) interferes with the body's ability to produce melatonin, which affects the immune system and sleep and memory, among other things...

2013-11-19 - College student, 22, found dead in creek near University of Georgia in Athens (Georgia):

2013-11-19 - Woman, 37, found dead in submerged van in canal in Wellington (Florida), near the coast:

2013-11-19 - Woman in her 40s drops dead at train station in the wee hours, in Garwood (New Jersey):

2013-11-19 - Man drops dead along I-465 in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-11-19 - Missing man, 60, found dead in lake in Newark (New York):

2013-11-19 - Man found dead in Doakes Creek in LaFollette (Tennessee):

2013-11-19 - Woman, 41, falls off waterfall and dies, in Queensland (Australia), possible toppler:

Quote: "The woman is the second person to die in a waterfall in north Queensland on Sunday."

2013-11-19 - Man, 54, drops dead in tent in Fruitport Township (Michigan):

2013-11-19 - Man, 39, found dead in drain in Petaling Jaya (Malaysia):

2013-11-19 - Man, 61, found dead at bottom of basement stairs in Faribault (Minnesota), possible toppler:

2013-11-19 - Man, 35, found dead under overpass in Colton (California), possible toppler:

2013-11-19 - Former athlete, 3-sport star in his 20s, drops dead at home in Jonesboro (Arkansas):

2013-11-19 - Man, 45, drops dead in ditch near Lansing (Michigan):

2013-11-19 - Learjet crashes into the ocean 1 mile off the coast of Florida, 2 killed, 2 missing:

2013-11-19 - In separate incidents, two small planes crash near the Gulf Coast in Mexico, 4 killed total (2 in each):

Quote: "A Mexican-registered Cessna 150 crashed Tuesday afternoon shortly after takeoff from Mina International Airport in the Gulf coast city of Tampico in northeastern Tamaulipas state. The pilot and passenger were killed..."

Quote: "On Monday, the pilot and a passenger were killed in the crash of a small plane in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz."

Note: And the Learjet also crashed into the Gulf of Mexico, heading to Mexico from Florida. So that's 3 planes crashing near or in the Gulf of Mexico in 2 days. Hmmm, not looking good...

2013-11-19 - Small plane crashes in Delta County (Colorado), 1 killed:

2013-11-19 - Small plane crashes near Mouffy (France), 6 killed:

2013-11-19 - Two tractor trailers crash at 3:30 AM, burst into flame, on Route 80 in Rockaway Township (New Jersey):

2013-11-19 - Tractor trailer crashes into ditch along expressway, in Kuala Kangsar (Malaysia), near the coast, 1 killed:

Quote: "This is the second death involving trailer lorry driver on almost the same stretch in less than 24 hours."

2013-11-19 - Tractor trailer veers into shoulder, slams two disabled cars, on I-81 in Franklin County (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2013-11-19 - Tractor trailer overturns at the Veterans Bridge over the Ohio River, in Steubenville (Ohio):

2013-11-19 - Tractor trailer overturns on Route 33 in coastal Neptune City (New Jersey):

2013-11-19 - Six trucks crash, all of them burn, on the Benin-Ore Expressway (Nigeria):

Note: Whew, things are gettin' crrrrazy!

2013-11-19 - Garbage truck veers over centerline, hits big rig head-on, near Mount Orab (Ohio), 2 killed:

2013-11-19 - Tow truck crashes into woods, bursts into flame, in Jackson (New Jersey), couple incinerated:

Note: Brakes burned out and on fire? Unconscious or dead driver, 'medical episode'? They didn't stop at a stop sign and just plowed into woods and burned to death...

2013-11-19 - Four vehicles crash, one bursts into flame, on I-71 in Hamilton County (Ohio):

2013-11-19 - Three vehicles crash at 6:30 AM, van bursts into flame, in Logan, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2013-11-19 - SUV veers over centerline, hits log truck head-on, in Perry (Florida), 1 killed:

2013-11-19 - Two pickup trucks collide head-on, in Marion County (Florida), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2013-11-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits big rig head-on, near North Bend (Oregon), 1 killed:

2013-11-19 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on Highway 403 in Brantford (Canada):

2013-11-19 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on I-70 in Lafayette County (Missouri), near Aullville:

2013-11-19 - Pit bull attacks cop, cop shoots it dead, in Albany (New York):

2013-11-19 - Shopping mall under construction collapses in Tongaat (South Africa), near the coast, 1 killed, 26 injured, many missing:

2013-11-19 - Chemical smell causes school evacuation in Croesgoch (Britain), near the coast:

Note: Well, hopefully people won't be too awfully surprised when entire buildings full of people start dropping dead, especially near coasts...

2013-11-19 - Underwater volcanic eruption spawns new island near Japan:

Note: More indication that the worldwide rise in volcanic eruptions is not limited to volcanoes on land, but includes those underwater, and those eruptions are surely what's causing oceanic temps to rise, which is melting the methane clathrate deposits and improving the habitat for the ancient bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide. And that makes complete sense. Of the 3 million volcanoes on Earth, probably 80 percent of them are in the oceans, where the crust is thinnest. So when you see 10 land-based volcanic eruptions, you can infer that there are likely 40 more occurring in the oceans, whether we're aware of them (or told about them) or not...


  1. What are your predictions for Earth 5 years from now? How many survivors will there be? In order to survive will people need to constantly use oxygen when outdoors and will homes need to be 100% sealed with oxygen generators used inside? How much new volcanic land will surface in the oceans? Will Earth even be inhabitable for most life-forms 5 years from now?

    "Note: More indication that the worldwide rise in volcanic eruptions is not limited to volcanoes on land, but includes those underwater, and those eruptions are surely what's causing oceanic temps to rise, which is melting the methane clathrate deposits and improving the habitat for the ancient bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide. And that makes complete sense. Of the 3 million volcanoes on Earth, probably 80 percent of them are in the oceans, where the crust is thinnest. So when you see 10 land-based volcanic eruptions, you can infer that there are likely 40 more occurring in the oceans, whether we're aware of them (or told about them) or not..."

    1. You got me. Five years out isn't looking too good though! Arguably, you should be wearing HazMat suits outside NOW, lest you end up being one of the 'so-and-so drops dead' statistics. Ditto where you live, needs to be protected NOW, lest you end up one of the 'home explodes and kills everyone inside' statistics.

      How many survivors? Excellent question. Let's call that variable X. If we were to face the problem head-on, unite all countries under the purpose of surviving, marshall all resources, not go crazy, work together effectively, get on a wartime footing...then X would be a lot larger than it would be otherwise. In other words, we can't fragment and get small. In fact, we need to get as big as we possibly can. A fragmented 'every nation for itself' mentality will see X shrink dramatically from what it could be. That difference could be your life, or mine, or anyone's.

      So, we'll just have to see what we see. The human race has never faced a planetary-scale species-wide threat like this, so one can't make any predictions at all based on prior experience. In the end, the survivors, numbering X - whatever X turns out to be - will have to more or less abandon the surface of the Earth, except maybe for scavenging resources.

    2. "If we were to face the problem head-on, unite all countries under the purpose of surviving, marshall all resources, not go crazy, work together effectively, get on a wartime footing.."

      Unfortunately I don't see this happening anytime soon.
      Maybe it will happen 5 years from now!

      So far this ELE is killing us off by degrees so the bulk of the population
      hasn't noticed anything but when, for example, a coastal school full of kids dies from methane &/or H2S gases then that will be the
      'club-to-the-head' moment.

      All of these college kids that are dying from 'natural causes' speaks volumes but how much of that could be attributable to radiation from Fukushima. Like the deaths from H2S & Methane, death from weakened heart muscles (or other damaged internal organs) via radiation would also be hard to detect during an autopsy unless they were specifically looking for it and even then may be impossible to confirm in most cases.

    3. Well, consider Fukushima as being, say, 10 Chernobyls. Chernobyl killed, what, 0.01% of the population? With lingering effects, maybe 0.1% of the population, or 7 million people. And two or three decades after Chernobyl and there's little sign it ever happened, except in the local area there (and even there, life is making a comeback already). So maybe, in time (which we don't have), Fukushima might kill off 1% of the population (or 70 million people).

      These ancient oceanic extinction events have killed 100% of the population of 90% of all species before, and full recovery took 30 MILLION YEARS after the Permian-Triassic. Fukushima isn't remotely even in the same ballpark in terms of the threat. (Though once the grid goes down, we may see another 250 Fukushimas.)

      That's why 'they' aren't concerned with Fukushima. If we're going to be gassed and incinerated and blown up and starved from biosphere die-off and irradiated from rising UV levels then our corpses really aren't going to care if they're a bit radioactive too. If you can't survive the big problem then all the other problems become a bit meaningless. And if we CAN figure out a way to survive a flammable atmosphere filled with deadly poisonous hydrogen sulfide then by default whatever method we use to survive THAT would also probably protect us from radioactive particles too (which are far larger than hydrogen sulfide molecules). Solve the big problem, the little problem gets solved too. The reverse isn't true though. Solve the little problem and the big problem will still kill you.

    4. So we can get an idea of what the future holds for Earth, are there any planets in our solar system that already have experienced this type of methane/H2S ELE event?

    5. Nope, no other planet has the right combination: large water bodies and anaerobic sulfate-reducing bacteria and archaea. Only Earth has the right environment for this to occur and because Earth DOES have the right environment for this to occur, it keeps occurring. We can already know what to expect though, from previous extinction events: widespread die-off of oxygen-using life, the extinction of most species (insects, arachnids, fungi, some plant species and bacteria will survive the best), followed by a very slow recovery and an explosion in new species.