Sunday, January 19, 2014

Event Update For 2014-01-18

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
2014-01-18 - Thousands of pallets destroyed by inferno at pallet company near Falkville (Alabama):
Quote: "The owner of Good Hope Pallet Co. says thousands of pallets were lost in the fire, but thousands more were saved."
Note: Saved for what? Oh right, for the next fire...
2014-01-18 - Furniture plant destroyed by fire in Carter Lake (Iowa):
2014-01-18 - Saw mill heavily damaged by blaze in Valdosta (Georgia):
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."

2014-01-18 - Electrical fire erupts at Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant in New Hill (North Carolina):

2014-01-18 - Oil explosion hits sports club in coastal Altona (Australia), 2 injured:

Note: This business is right on the coast, the ocean just feet away...

2014-01-18 - Wildfire breaks out near the north shore of Lake Grapevine (Texas), mountain bike race halted:

2014-01-18 - Wildfire erupts near I-75 in Alligator Alley in Collier County (Florida):

2014-01-18 - Tire plant hit by fire in Greenback (Tennessee):

2014-01-18 - Massive blaze devastates paint and turpentine factory in Nacharam (India):

Quote: "This is the third major fire accident to hit the city in the last one month."

2014-01-18 - Recycling facility damaged by huge fire at 5:30 AM, in Phursungi-Uruli (India):

2014-01-18 - Three yachts destroyed by fire while docked in coastal Rapallo (Italy):

Quote: "Not much hard information at the moment save the fact that three significant yachts berthed stern to and alongside each other have been lost to a fire in the Italian port of Rapello."

Note: It's actually 'Rapallo'. People still park their yachts next to other yachts?!

2014-01-18 - Cargo ship 'Leda Trader' bursts into flame in the Gulf of Mexico near Key Largo (Florida), requests help:

Quote: "A cargo ship off the Coast of South Florida has requested assistance from the Coast Guard, after reporting a fire below deck in one of their cargo holds."

Quote: "The ship is reportedly carrying cars and flammable liquids, according to the source. The Coast Guard said they could not confirm what was onboard. The Leda Trader is a 656-foot-long container ship built in 2000 that has a gross weight of 33,917 tons."

Note: Plenty of car-hauler TRUCKS have burst into flame, so why not a car-hauler ship...

2014-01-18 - Train car hauling cardboard bursts into flame in Grand Rapids (Michigan):

2014-01-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6:45 AM on I-485 in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2014-01-18 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame at 2:15 AM while parked inside lumber business in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2014-01-18 - Two RVs destroyed by fire at 3:08 AM at RV park on Glen Ivy Road in Corona (California):

2014-01-18 - Van bursts into flame on Highway 401 in London (Canada):

2014-01-18 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Arvada (Colorado):

2014-01-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at home, fire spreads to home, home destroyed, in Owego (New York):

Quote: "A fire that started in a pickup truck caused two propane tanks to explode in the bed of the vehicle, spreading quickly to an Owego home."

Note: Owego is located along the banks of the Susquehanna River...

2014-01-18 - Pickup truck explodes into flame while parked at home, fire spreads, garage destroyed too, in Williamston (South Carolina):

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked at waterfront mansion, mansion destroyed, in coastal Strachan Point (Canada):

Quote: "Just before 10:30 p.m. neighbours heard popping noises and investigated and quickly called 9-1-1."

Note: There are those popping sounds again. The owner was charging his car battery when the fire erupted. Nobody was home at the time. Battery charger means lots of exposed electrified copper, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrifed copper, like battery cables and other wiring in vehicles. This fire is no different than all the other parked vehicles spontaneously igniting these days, and here's yet another residence destroyed after a parked vehicle went up in flame. Learn or burn. Reality doesn't care a bit which people choose...

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame just before 12:30 AM while parked on street in St. Cloud (Minnesota):

Note: Address listed is three blocks east (downwind) of the Mississippi River...

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame on the A3047 in Camborne (Britain):

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame at 2:50 AM while parked on Wharf Street in Sowerby Bridge (Britain):

Note: Wharf Street runs right along the River Calder...

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame on Pentregethin Road in coastal Swansea (Britain):

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame at 3:40 AM in Matson (Britain):

2014-01-18 - Car bursts into flame on Edginswell Lane, Edginswell in coastal Torquay (Britain):

2014-01-18 - Vehicle bursts into flame while parked at the Trinity County Fairgrounds in Hayfork (California):

Note: And a man just burned to death when his vehicle ignited at a park in Santa Rosa (California), as mentioned in the 2014-01-15 update, which was the same day a woman went to her garage, burst into flame, and burned to death in coastal Clearwater (Florida). All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time. If you're in or near a vehicle when that happens, you may die. If the vehicle is parked in or near a structure then that structure may be destroyed too...

2014-01-18 - Three vehicles and auto shop destroyed by fire in Kirksville (Missouri), nobody there:

Quote: "No one was inside of the shop during the time of the fire; however, there were three vehicles parked inside of the garage which were all total losses."

Note: Probably another parked vehicle spontaneously igniting and destroying a structure...

2014-01-18 - Barn and mobile home destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM on Turkey Creek Road in Plant City (Florida), near the coast:

2014-01-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Karns (Tennessee):

2014-01-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Blackburn (Britain):

2014-01-18 - Salty’s Waterfront Grill destroyed by blaze at 3 AM in coastal Marathon (Florida):

Note: Check out Marathon with Google Maps or whatever - you don't get much more coastal than that!

2014-01-18 - Coffee shop named 'Flames' goes up in flames at 6:20 AM in coastal San Jose (California):

Note: Irony alert!

2014-01-18 - Bowling alley destroyed by fire in Cissna Park (Illinois), nobody there:

2014-01-18 - Commercial building heavily damaged by blaze in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2014-01-18 - Motel erupts in flame at 4 AM in Sugar Creek (Missouri):

2014-01-18 - Warehouse damaged by blaze at 6:45 AM in coastal Miami (Florida):

2014-01-18 - Building under construction erupts in flame on California Street in coastal Washington DC:

2014-01-18 - Deadly blaze destroys duplex at 1:30 AM in Keswick (Virginia), 3 killed:

2014-01-18 - Deadly fire rips through home in Post Falls (Idaho), 1 killed:

2014-01-18 - Vacant building burns at 4:20 AM in Liverpool (Canada):

2014-01-18 - Vacant building hit by massive fire in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2014-01-18 - Vacant home burns at 4 AM in Hamilton (Ohio):

2014-01-18 - Vacant house burns in McKeesport (Pennsylvania):

2014-01-18 - Vacant home burns in Mason City (Iowa):

2014-01-18 - Vacant apartment building burns in Spartanburg (South Carolina), near Lake Craig:

2014-01-18 - Three vacant structures burn in recent days in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2014-01-18 - Man falls unconscious and dies in his room in coastal Kuwait City (Kuwait), another man falls off building and dies:

Note: Kuwait City has the distinction of being the first major metropolitan area in the history of the human race to be told to shelter-in-place because of hydrogen sulfide, as mentioned in the 2012-10-17 update. Even without all the other hydrogen sulfide incidents that have occurred since then, that one event should have been a wakeup call to anyone observant that the ancient methane and hydrogen sulfide atmospheric contamination problem was upon us...

2014-01-18 - Young woman, 21, found dead near mall in coastal Riverview (Florida):

Quote: "When deputies arrived at the scene, they found the body lying in the grass near the edge of some water."

Quote: "Detectives said there were no obvious marks of trauma..."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Humans will sicken and die, especially in, near, or downwind of low-lying areas such as bodies of water. People found dead will often show no sign of injury, and this will include young and healthy people." Lots of people have mysteriously died in Florida: on streets, in cars, in canals, in swimming pools, in boats, at homes, at businesses, at schools, just all over. That's not too surprising considering Florida is downwind of the Gulf of Mexico. Lots of animals have mysteriously died in Florida too...

2014-01-18 - Person found dead in retention pond in coastal Titusville (Florida):

2014-01-18 - Woman, 33, found dead at home in coastal Port Wentworth (Georgia):

Note: Like Florida, Georgia is generally downwind of the Gulf of Mexico. Sometimes the wind will blow east onto Florida and sometimes it will blow northeast onto Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, etc...

2014-01-18 - Woman, 42, found dead in SUV at mall in Boardman (Ohio):

Quote: "The identification, based on cards found in the vehicle, was released Saturday by the Mahoning County Coroner’s Office, which said it observed no signs of foul play or trauma and listed the date of death as undetermined."

2014-01-18 - Mysterious fire erupts in hotel room in Nepal, 2 people killed:

Quote: "Locals had previously assumed that the fire might have broken out due to gas-heater explosion. But it was later found that there was no gas-heater in the room..."

Quote: "He said the cause of fire is mysterious. 'It is not even an electric short circuit. All electric wiring is intact in the room.'"

Note: Not really dissimilar to the woman who burned to death on her porch in The Woodlands (Texas) too, as mentioned in the 2013-12-12 update. A woman's hair also burst into flame as she slept, in Houston (Texas), as mentioned in the 2013-11-30 update. A man woke up to his leg on fire in bed at 5:30 AM, also in Houston (Texas), as mentioned in the 2013-11-27 update. And so on. Once some methane and/or hydrogen sulfide infiltrates a room or building, static electricity from hair/clothes/bedding may ignite it, and the fire will then burn off the gas(es) too. People may also be knocked unconscious by the gases and just lay there as they burn to death, like the young engaged couple who burned to death in their vehicle and didn't even try to escape, as mentioned in the 2013-01-01 update...

2014-01-18 - Man, 55, drops dead on trail in Tom Poore Park in Midwest City (Oklahoma):

2014-01-18 - Man, 39, slumps over dead in pickup parked at McDonald's in Findlay (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Dan Domanski and his wife searched for their son, and spotted his truck Friday afternoon in a parking lot near the McDonald’s on Trenton Avenue, ABC reported. He was slumped at the wheel, ABC said."

2014-01-18 - Young man, 20, found dead in his residence near the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2014-01-18 - College student, 21, found dead in home in Canterbury (Britain):

2014-01-18 - Woman, 46, drops dead in hotel room in Ipoh (Malaysia):

2014-01-18 - Dentist, woman, 30, drops dead at home in Madippakkam (India):

2014-01-18 - Woman, 53, found dead in car at impound lot in Castle Rock (Colorado):

2014-01-18 - Inmate, 36, drops dead in cell in jail in Franklin County (Tennessee):

2014-01-18 - Boy, 5, found dead in Alapakkam Lake (India):

2014-01-18 - Man in his 80s found dead in the River Wensum at Costessey Mill (Britain):

2014-01-18 - In separate incidents, two small planes crash, one in Canterbury, one in Drury (New Zealand), both pilots killed:

Quote: "A man is dead after the light plane he was flying crashed into a riverbed and burst into flames near Springfield, west of Christchurch."

2014-01-18 - Passenger bus plunges down embankment near coastal Durban (South Africa), 25 injured:

2014-01-18 - Minibus slams into bridge in Kolajal (India), 5 killed, 10 injured:

2014-01-18 - Unoccupied dump truck rolls away, crashes into 2 cars, electrical box and home, in Rapid City (South Dakota):

Quote: "Police say the driverless truck's journey started at a construction site. The truck rolled down a hill and hit a parked car, a fire hydrant and an electrical box before finally pushing another parked car into a house."

Note: And the day prior, an unoccupied RV exploded into flame at a restaurant then rolled into some cars, in Fallbrook (California), as mentioned in the 2014-01-17 update...

2014-01-18 - At least 20 vehicles crash, semi bursts into flame, on I-65 near Lafayette (Indiana):

Quote: "The Journal & Courier reported at least one semi-trailer caught fire near mile marker 174 and also reports that between 20 and 30 vehicles are involved in the crash. The newspaper also reports at least one person was taken to an area hospital."

2014-01-18 - Tractor trailer overturns on the 91 Freeway in Cerritos (California):

2014-01-18 - Cement truck overturns on bridge in Camp Lejeune (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2014-01-18 - Postal truck crashes, bursts into flame, between Louisville and Hardinsburg (Kentucky):

2014-01-18 - SUV and ambulance collide head-on just before 1:30 AM, near Buffalo (Minnesota), 4 injured:

Note: Someone call an ambu...oh.

2014-01-18 - SUV crashes off bridge into body of water, in Travis County (Texas), 1 lightly injured:

2014-01-18 - Pickup truck crashes into ditch, bursts into flame, near Lexington (Kentucky):

2014-01-18 - Pickup truck plows into KFC in Knoxville (Tennessee), 4 injured:

2014-01-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits Amish horse buggy head-on, near Ashland (Ohio), two men and horse injured:

2014-01-18 - Carnivorous palometa attack and injure 10 people at beaches in Argentina:

Quote: "Attacks by a school of carnivorous fish have injured at least 10 people bathing in an Argentinian river since Thursday. The latest attack by the 'palometas' was confirmed on Saturday. The fish have been described by the local director of lifeguards as 'a type of piranha, big, voracious and with sharp teeth that can really bite'. Media reports said the injured included a boy who suffered a foot wound while floating in the river."

Note: In late December (2013), 70 people were attacked and injured by palometa in Rosario (Argentina), as mentioned in the 2013-12-25 update. It was so hot that people only stayed out of the water for an hour, even knowing that 70 people had just gotten chomped on!

2014-01-18 - More than 30,000 homes/businesses go dark in Richland and Ashland counties (Ohio):

2014-01-18 - The air has become so polluted in Beijing (China) that they watch virtual sunrises on giant video screens:

Quote: "The smog has become so thick in Beijing that the city's natural light-starved masses have begun flocking to huge digital commercial television screens across the city to observe virtual sunrises."

Note: That's downright dystopic there!

2014-01-18 - Japan wants to clean up orbital space junk with metallic tether:

Quote: "More than 20,000 bits of cast off equipment, including old satellites, pieces of rocket and other fragments are uselessly orbiting the earth in a band 800 to 1,400 kilometres from the surface of the planet at terrific speed. Their presence causes problems for space scientists, who have to try to prevent the space junk from smashing into functioning satellites and damaging parts."


  1. Hi Jonny:

    I link to your site and spread it around often. Over at Robert Scribbler's blog, he thinks you're spreading misinformation by attributing all these linked stories to hydrogen sulfide without any (authoritative) proof (though no one is checking for it, so I don't see how anyone can make that blanket statement).

    Hopefully, he'll visit (as I suggested) and take it up with you.

    Keep up the good work. i'm a believer.


    1. Heh, well, dunno who he is, but he's gonna be in for a big surprise one of these days. Dunno if he'll survive the surprise though.

      What's the alternative explanation for stuff? Haven't heard anyone propose one. The piles of rusty scrap iron/steel that have burst into flame - I don't see any plausible alternative explanation. The thousands of saiga antelope that suddenly dropped dead in 2010 and again in 2011? The 'Birdmuda Triangle'? The 22 Houston students who smelled 'something funny' then fell unconscious? The Inner Harbor in Baltimore suddenly turning milky white-green with a smell of sulfur in the air? The 'rotten egg' odor wafting in off the ocean in Quincy, MA? Etc, etc. No alternative explanation, so you have to go with what fits, even if it means bad news.

      I don't worry much about convincing people anymore though. If I'm right - which I am - then reality itself will either convince people or it will kill them. I'll just continue to observe as things escalate, and people can believe whatever they want, right up to the moment of their death if they prefer.

  2. Thanks for the reply Jonny. I agree and think your hypothesis is just brilliant - nobody else has any explanation - even (especially) the "authorities" who seem to just shrug as the whole environment continues degrading exponentially. Thanks for your continued observations.

    I sent the fellow (Robert Scribbler) a reply on his blog ( and he said he appreciated the "push back" and said he'd start looking into it a bit more. He's an okay guy - "sciency" and writes well - but hadn't heard any of this before I brought it up and linked to your site. He thought you were ascribing all the stories to the same cause and didn't think that was the case. After a few other commenters there noticed similar "weird" things going on, he decided it may just be for real. I invited him to speak with you directly, here. We'll see if he takes you up on it.

    Keep up the great posts - I read 'em every day!


    1. It's not 'mainstream' doom (economy, asteroid, WWIII, solar flare, peak oil, etc), so not many people have even been exposed to the idea that something like this could happen. That's actually pretty strange because this is cyclical doom that has a long history on this planet, so in that sense it's about as 'traditional' as doom could be, but nevertheless, not many people are aware that this possibility was always present, lurking, waiting for the right conditions. Apparently even the scientists who understand this doom never really thought about what it would actually look like if it happened to us in the present - the effects on human civilization.