Saturday, February 1, 2014

2014 - JAN - Spotlight Stories

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-01 - Explosion and inferno rip through apartment building in Cedar-Riverside, Minneapolis (Minnesota), 1 killed, 14 injured:,0,4446268.story

Quote: "An explosion was reported about 8:15am, and within minutes a fire raged through the building..."

Quote: "Four Minneapolis firefighters who were the first people on the scene of the Cedar who Ave. explosion tell 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS 'it was nothing we had ever witnessed before.' Captain Joe Mattison, in an exclusive interview, tells 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS 'when we rolled up on the scene, I knew it was not a great way to start the new year.' Mattison says 'there were victims in the street, people hanging out of windows and even people who jumped out of windows. Captain Mattison described it as a 'war zone.'"

Quote: "I witnessed another person on the ground who had already jumped out of one of the upper level windows and that person did not have any legs."

Quote: "...I had to coax him down because he was in shock and his skin literally peeled off his arm like a glove."

Quote: "A spokeswoman for the natural gas utility CenterPoint Energy strongly discounted natural gas as a likely cause. 'We had no natural gas in the area,' said Rebecca Virden, basing her information on CenterPoint’s own investigation and testing in the area. If it were attributed to natural gas, Virden added, 'the roof would come off, the walls would come out.' She offered that if there was a gas involved, 'it could be a different type of gas.'"

Note: The 'authorities' are trying to hide what's happening, but how can they cover it up? They try to blame events like this on natural gas, but the gas companies - who are likely not to blame in many of these building explosions - don't want any blame, especially when they're actually blameless. Also, nobody smelled any natural gas here. Different kind of gas? Yes, like methane and/or hydrogen sulfide blowing around in the atmosphere, probably all or mostly methane in this case, and methane is completely odorless.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-02 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in coastal Bronx (New York):

2014-01-02 - Power substation explodes and burns in Brandon (Florida), near the coast, thousands lose power:

Quote: "Thousands are reportedly without power as a result of the explosion. Flames at the scene are said to be 50-60 feet high."

2014-01-02 - Transformer bursts into flame at commercial woodworking plant in Starkville (Mississippi):

2014-01-02 - Transformer bursts into flame on pole in Mount Isa (Australia), 1100 customers go dark:

Note: More electrical infrastructure burning up...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-03 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits coastal Manhattan (New York), near Radio City Music Hall:

Note: And the day prior, an underground electrical fire broke out in the Bronx, as mentioned in the 2014-01-02 update...

2014-01-03 - Underground electrical explosion shortly after 6:15 AM hits Easebourne (Britain):

Note: That's just northeast (downwind) of the River Rother...

2014-01-03 - Transformer explodes and burns in Claverack (New York), 500 homes go dark:

2014-01-03 - Transformer bursts into flame near coastal Penzance (Britain), power cuts ensue:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and this problem is resulting in a lot of our electrical infrastructure igniting and/or exploding, and this problem is also causing lots of parked vehicles to go up in flames. An EMP or solar flare is not necessary to bring down the grid; atmospheric contamination by methane and hydrogen sulfide will do the job arguably even more effectively, albeit more slowly...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-04 - Huge inferno destroys lumber yard at 12:20 AM in coastal Greenpoint (New York):

Note: I see some pallets in some of the pics...

2014-01-04 - Lumber company hit by fire in Darlington (South Carolina):

Note: A furniture business was just destroyed the day prior too, in Bennington (Vermont), as mentioned in the 2014-01-03 update. A lumber yard was hit by a huge inferno the day before that, in coastal Los Angeles (California), as mentioned in the 2014-01-02 update. 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

2014-01-05 - Snowy owls spotted in unusual numbers as far south as Florida:

Note: Another possible indicator of volcanic winter?

2014-01-05 - Mount Sinabung erupts 77 times in 24 hours in Indonesia, 20,000 people evacuated:

Note: The very first indication that volcanic winter may be heading our way - if it hasn't already begun - is volcanoes erupting, and they certainly have been...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-06 - Underground electrical explosion and fire rocks coastal Manhattan (New York), evacuations ensue:

2014-01-06 - Underground explosion hits Peter Cooper Village in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2014-01-06 - Underground electrical fire erupts at 3:52 AM in coastal Lynn (Massachusetts):

2014-01-06 - Underground electrical fire breaks out at golf club in Tocumwal (Australia), 70 people evacuated:

2014-01-06 - Transformer explodes and burns near school in Longview (Washington):

Note: This school is 500 feet from Lake Sacajawea...

2014-01-06 - Transformer explodes and burns in Spring Mills (West Virginia), hundreds of homes go dark:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, so it will tend to flow to low-lying areas like basements, underground areas, ponds, lakes, seas, oceans, springs, streams, creeks, rivers, quays, bays, valleys, ditches, canyons, passes, etc. It's also highly flammable and it's reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. As the atmosphere becomes increasingly contaminated, not only will more people and animals sicken and die, but our electrical infrastructure will be consumed. This is already happening, but obviously it's going to get a whole lot worse. This is the reason the US gubment trained for a widespread grid failure scenario, not EMPs or solar flares. We may or may not see an EMP or solar flare - who knows - but we're ALREADY seeing the atmospheric contamination problem. This electrified copper reactivity problem is also causing lots of parked vehicles to spontaneously ignite, so if you park your vehicle next to your home then you're gambling big-time and you could lose everything, including your life...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-07 - Underground electrical explosion at 1 AM hits Park Slope area in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2014-01-07 - Underground electrical explosions hit coastal Salem (Massachusetts), hundreds of homes go dark:

Quote: "Several manholes exploded on Central Street Tuesday afternoon, causing hundreds to lose power."

2014-01-07 - Underground electrical explosion hits Highland Park area in coastal Los Angeles (California):

Quote: "An explosion in an underground utility vault in Highland Park tonight prompted the closure of York Boulevard and may have also triggered a temporary power outage in the area."

2014-01-07 - Underground electrical fire erupts in Freehold Borough (New Jersey), near the coast, some lose power for 11 hours:

2014-01-07 - Underground landfill fire still stinking up Bridgeton (Missouri):

Quote: "Some homeowners speculate that while the gas extractors are under repair, the toxins they are intended to control are being released into the air. Homeowners say they can smell the foul stench inside their homes. It’s been described by some as the source of nausea and headaches."

Quote: "The fire has intensified over the past three years. Residents say they are frustrated, stressed out and afraid of what‘s next. Their anxiety is intensified by the fact that the Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill sits within 1,500 feet of buried radioactive waste at the West Lake Landfill."

Note: Yep, that stench is at least in part hydrogen sulfide, and it is poisoning the people nearby. It's not at high enough levels to just outright knock the whole city dead (yet), else they would lose their ability to smell it because of olfactory paralysis, but they may experience long-term health issues like neurological problems, heart problems, kidney problems...

2014-01-07 - Underground fire breaks out at 1:30 AM in Lilton Angarpathra, Katras (India), 19 families flee:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and it will tend to seek out low-lying areas, like underground areas and facilities. It's also extremely flammable, much more flammable than natural gas or methane, and because it is so reactive with so many different things it will ignite very easily, causing fires and explosions. These underground fires and explosions are clearly escalating...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-08 - Transformer explodes and burns, fire gets huge, at electrical substation in Branchburg (New Jersey):

Quote: "A transformer explosion at a New Jersey utility switching station has sparked a fiery blaze that's expected to rage for some time..."

Note: That's just east (downwind) of Round Valley Reservoir...

2014-01-08 - Electrical substation bursts into flame in Medway (Massachusetts), 6000 homes go dark:

2014-01-08 - Transformer bursts into flame in Stroudsburg (Pennsyvania), 8000 homes go dark:

2014-01-08 - Explosion hits power station in coastal Dakahlia (Egypt), 1 killed:

Note: An Egyptian military aircraft crashed in Dakahlia on this same day too, mentioned in the accidents section...

2014-01-08 - Electrical room erupts in flame at school in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

Note: More electrified copper igniting. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. The US gubment has trained for a widespread grid failure, and this is why. Oh sure, that'd be useful in the event that we get hit by an EMP or solar flare too, but those are just possibilities - this copper reactivity problem is ongoing. It's actually worse than an EMP or solar flare too. An EMP would hit a geographic region. A solar flare might hit half the planet. Atmospheric contamination will affect the ENTIRE planet, and it'll just continue to worsen, likely for thousands of years. Living humans will have long since abandoned the surface of the Earth by then though, either voluntarily by relocating, or involuntarily by dying...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-09 - Mysterious explosion at 3:30 AM shakes homes and rattles residents around coastal Withernsea (Britain):

Quote: "Baffled families were woken by a mysterious loud bang heard across East Yorkshire early this morning. Dozens of people from Hull to Withernsea took to social media after hearing the noise echo through the skies at about 3.30am. Others posted about the sound from as far away as Cleethorpes and Derby. Many believed a thunderclap was to blame but the Met Office said there was no storm in the area at the time."

Note: This area is on a peninsula that juts out into the North Sea. These mysterious explosions are clearly escalating all around the world. These explosions are very likely caused by the detonation of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes. Sometimes, if they occur high enough in the sky and anyone is around to notice, they are accompanied by a 'flash of light'. Eventually these atmospheric explosions may rival the small nuclear explosion that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-10 - Mammoth inferno razes town of Dukezong at 1:27 AM in Shangri-la County, Yunnan Province (China):

Quote: "Photos and video footage show the town engulfed in a sea of fire that turned the night sky red."

Note: There've been a couple of small communities wiped off the map by fires in the last year or so, one near coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina) and I don't remember where the other one was, but this may be the first significant town to be so utterly devastated...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-11 - Electrical substation hit by fire in Union County (New Jersey), thousands of homes go dark:

2014-01-11 - Electrical substation hit by fire in Huntington (New York), 6000 homes go dark:

Quote: "It was the second outage for some people in the area this week. Power went out Monday in the triangle and Walt Whitman Shops area."

2014-01-11 - Transformer explodes and burns in Auburn (Massachusetts), 2900 homes go dark:

2014-01-11 - Transformer explodes and burns at vacant business in Shadyside (Ohio), near the Ohio River:

2014-01-11 - Transformer bursts into flame at 1 AM, fire spreads to van and home, in coastal Bradley Beach (New Jersey):

Note: More electrical infrastructure burning up. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. Got any transformers close to your home? If so, you could end up getting burned out of your home like the family in Bradley Beach there. As time goes on and the atmospheric contamination intensifies, this problem is going to get much worse. If the grid goes down, even alternative sources of electricity (like generators and solar panels) will be a danger, seeing as they also use electrified copper. Solar panels don't use flammable fuels so they'll be somewhat safer than standard generators, since you won't burn to death from the Ghostly Match igniting while refueling...

Category: Multiple Corpses

2014-01-12 - Two men found dead yards apart at the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, one in the canal, one on path, near Sharpness (Britain):

Quote: "One man, who is believed to have suffered a heart attack, was found on the towpath at Purton while the other man was found in the water."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause heart failure. These men weren't together, but they died very near each other, which is to say they died in or near this canal. This reminds me somewhat of the two men, both 52, who dropped dead in separate but adjacent homes in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update. There have been numerous such events now. These multi-person deaths are no coincidence. The only thing that rationally explains these events is something lethal blowing around in the atmosphere, not everywhere all the time (yet), but here and there...

Category: Animal Die-Offs

2014-01-13 - Huge numbers of oysters dying along the coast near Port Stephens (Australia), businesses devastated:

Quote: "Hundreds of thousands of Pacific oysters have died since late last year. 'We lost 600,000 oysters over a couple of weeks. We were struggling to find any live ones to be honest,' veteran Salamander Bay oyster grower Robert Diemar said. 'We haven’t seen anything like it before.'"

Quote: "It is not clear yet what is causing the mortality event, it could be an environmental factor. In all submissions tested to date, there is no evidence of a disease consistent with a known infectious agent..."

Note: So they can't find a pathogen, and so there's no reason for quarantine. And here are more bottom-dwelling creatures dying, not unlike the sperm whales washing ashore dead around the world (one just mentioned the day prior, in the 2014-01-12 update) - sperm whales are deepwater denizens. Hydrogen sulfide and methane are rising from the bottom of bodies of water, so you'd expect deepwater and bottom-dwelling creatures to take the hit first and hardest, like the rare oarfish that washed ashore dead in California, the starfish disintegrating along the coast in the Pacific Northwest, the sperm whales dying all around the world, the giant squids that have surfaced dead, these oysters, the dying coral around Hawaii, etc, etc.

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-01-14 - HazMat event, dozens of students sicken from 'landfill gas' at school in Cortland (Illinois):

Quote: "Despite school officials' efforts, 63 students and staff reported headaches, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms and went to Kishwaukee Hospital in DeKalb. About 530 students attend Cortland Elementary,"

Quote: "William Zaver watched fellow students in his fourth-grade class develop sore throats after the overpowering odor moved through the school Tuesday morning. 'I saw three people in my class get sick,' 10-year-old William said. 'It smelled a lot like gas.'"

Note: By 'smelled a lot like gas', he means the 'rotten egg' odor of mercaptan, which is added to natural gas so that it has any smell at all. Hydrogen sulfide also smells like 'rotten eggs' at low concentrations, so people will confuse the two smells. Landfills are traditional sources of hydrogen sulfide and the symptoms mentioned are all symptoms associated with low-level hydrogen sulfide poisoning. (People don't survive hydrogen sulfide poisoning if the concentration is higher than 1 part per thousand.)

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-15 - Woman bursts into flame inside garage at home, burns to death, in coastal Clearwater (Florida):

Quote: "According to public safety officials in Clearwater, the husband found the woman fully engulfed in flames inside the garage of their home."

2014-01-15 - Charred corpse found in burning car parked at park in Santa Rosa (California):

Quote: "Based on witness accounts, there is no evidence of foul play, Linscomb said, but how the car caught on fire and how the person died is still not clear."

Quote: "Fire crews found the body partly inside and partly outside the driver-side door of the charred Honda Civic, suggesting an attempt to escape the flames."

Note: This park is right next to Santa Rosa Creek and there's also a reservoir inside the park...

2014-01-15 - Charred corpse found near airport in Pueblo (Colorado):

Note: Not looking too good for people who don't want to burn to death. Might wanna watch where you keep your clothes, keep them away from vents, windows, basements, and keep them off the floor, maybe run an ozone generator near them too. And spend as little time near vehicles or any kind of flammable vapors as you can...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-16 - Mammoth inferno burns 15,000 TONS of tires at recycling facility in Sherburn-in-Elmet (Britain):

Quote: "It's absolutely colossal. It's like a tornado when you look at it close up, with the heat swirling and all the rest. It's absolutely amazing..."

Note: This fire is so enormous that it's visible from orbit...

2014-01-16 - Recycling plant erupts in major fire, buildings and vehicles burn, in Fontana (California):

Quote: "Burning cardboard at a recycling center ignited a wind-whipped, three-alarm blaze that destroyed two buildings, heavily damaged several others and burned vehicles that included a big rig..."

2014-01-16 - Recycling center hit by fire in Dandenong South suburb of coastal Melbourne (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."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-17 - Explosion rocks metal business in coastal Foley (Alabama), 2 injured:

Quote: "People in the Baldwin County Courthouse Annex, about half a mile away, say they felt the building shake. Authorities say one person is critically injured. Vulcan is an employee-owned company that makes metal signs and products."

2014-01-17 - Massive blaze destroys metal business at 5:52 AM, fire spreads to apartments, in coastal Redwood City (California):

Quote: "A six-alarm fire sent flames shooting up into the predawn sky and destroyed a large metal fabrication business Friday. The fire, visible from Highway 101, displaced about 17 people living in an apartment complex next door, according to Redwood City Fire Marshal Jim Palisi."

Note: Two metal businesses hit by explosion or fire, both in coastal areas. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

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."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-19 - Huge inferno rips through town of Laerdalsoyri (Norway), 30 buildings destroyed, 90 people injured:

Note: Laerdalsoyri is located along the banks of the Laerdalselvi River. The city of Dukekong (China) was virtually razed not long ago too, at 1:27 AM, as mentioned in the 2014-01-10 update, so this is the second huge fire to wipe out a goodly portion of a city this month...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-20 - Industrial plant hit by explosion and fire, burns and collapses, in Omaha (Nebraska), 2 killed, 10 injured:

Quote: "Firefighters are searching an accident site at a Nebraska industrial plant for bodies, the interim Omaha fire chief said Monday. Bernard Kanger said there were 17 survivors and some deaths at the plant after a fire and partial building collapse. 'There are fatalities, we're not going to release the number of those fatalities at this time simply because we have not had the opportunity to clear the entire structure,' Kranger said."

2014-01-20 - Metal business rocked by explosion near Madill (Oklahoma), 2 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "The explosion happened around 3:45 PM at Mid American Steel & Wire on Smiley Road just south of Madill."

2014-01-20 - Medical device manufacturer hit by explosion in Dassel (Minnesota):

Note: Dassel is just east (downwind) of Lake Washington...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-21 - Auto salvage yard hit by huge fire at 4 AM, 80+ vehicles destroyed, in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

Quote: "Residents in Melbourne's north were terrified by explosions erupting from a car-wrecking yard, as a fire tore through the grounds early on Tuesday. Metropolitan Fire Brigade crews were called to the yard in Sarah Street, Campbellfield, at 4am to fight the blaze."

2014-01-21 - Two trailers destroyed by fire at auto salvage yard in coastal Vallejo (California):

2014-01-21 - Auto salvage yard erupts in flame on Beachwood Road in Collingwood (Canada):

Note: This road runs right along the shore of Lake Huron...

2014-01-21 - Auto crusher and five trailers destroyed by fire at auto salvage yard in coastal Bay Shore (New York):

2014-01-21 - At least 77 cars destroyed by fire at workshop in Selayang (Malaysia):

2014-01-21 - Metal recycling business hit by fire in Lubbock (Texas):

2014-01-21 - Metal business ravaged by massive blaze just before midnight in Cleveland (Ohio):

Note: Whew, the situation is not looking good. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-22 - Pallet business hit by raging fire in Ozark (Missouri):

Quote: "Industrial Wood Products is a division of Paltech Enterprises. It makes pallets and crates, and has about 40 employees."

Quote: "Firefighters are on scene at a large structure fire at Industrial Wood Products at 2161 Industrial Court in Ozark. According to a viewer who spotted the fire, it is 'as tall as trees.'"

Quote: "The fire spread from outside pallets to the main building and grew rapidly..."

Note: Not far from Lake of the Ozarks and near numerous creeks and streams. A fire involving pallets just hit a recycling yard in Pomona (California), as mentioned in the 2014-01-19 update. The day before that, a pallet company burned near Falkville (Alabama). Pallets are made out of wood that will absorb hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, and they're held together with nails/screws/staples, which rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rust. So pallets are now like fire-starting kits, with built-in igniters embedded in the wood fuel. Still not as big a threat as vehicles though...

2014-01-22 - Pallet business hit by major pallet fire in Birmingham (Alabama), unoccupied house burns too, 'separate' event:

Quote: "According to a Birmingham Fire and Rescue battalion chief, crews responded to a fire at International Pallet Inc. in the 2700 block of 27th Street North around 7 p.m. Upon arriving, firefighters found a large pile of wooden pallets engulfed by flames, but they were able to extinguish the blaze before it spread to a nearby warehouse."

Note: Palletocalypse! 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: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-23 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits Carroll Gardens area of coastal Brooklyn (New York):

Quote: "'It sounded like a bomb. It was really scary,' said Jay Ortega, 38, the marketing manager at Body Elite Gym, which completely lost power shortly after the fiery blast. 'People were scattering and running away,' said Ortega, who dialed 911 and said he heard two smaller explosions before the final, much louder one...'"

Note: So far at least, New York City is getting hit harder by underground electrical explosions and fires than any other city...

2014-01-23 - Transformer bursts into flame in Highland Park (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 5000 homes go dark:

Note: Highland Park is right on the shore of Lake Michigan...

2014-01-23 - Transformer bursts into flame in Columbia (Missouri), 150 homes go dark in Boone County:

2014-01-23 - Transformer bursts into flame at mill, toxic smoke blows over Mänttä (Finland), half the town goes dark:

2014-01-23 - Transformer explodes and burns just after midnight on street in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 100 homes go dark:

Quote: "Officials say a transformer exploded on a utility pole and caught fire, knocking out power to 100 residential customers."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-24 - Underground electrical explosions and fire scorches cars at 6:30 AM in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Quote: "Explosions rocked East 89th Street as manholes caught fire Friday morning, scalding cars and blowing out windows, witnesses and officials said. Upper East Siders awoke to two explosions and flames blasting from manholes near 150 E. 89th St., between Lexington and Third avenues, about 6:30 a.m., according to witnesses and the FDNY. 'The second one broke my window. It sounded like a bomb. It shook my whole building,' said Rene Ashcraft, a 42-year-old personal trainer who lives steps from the manholes. 'The explosions were five minutes apart. After the second one, my whole window lights up with fire. The flames were everywhere. They were about 4 feet high,' he added."

Note: And the day prior, underground electrical explosions and fire hit Brooklyn, as mentioned in the 2014-01-23 update. I mentioned then that New York is getting hit worse by underground electrical explosions and fires than any other city, at least so far. What if entire city blocks start exploding and burning? Seems entirely possible. I guess then those evacuation signs that went up along the East Coast in 2012 will get some use. They want to blame salt, which means they're oblivious to the fact that these underground electrical explosions and fires were happening - and escalating - before the first snowfall...

2014-01-24 - Subway fire erupts in the East River Amtrak tunnel in coastal New York City (New York), transit disrupted:

Note: Both coastal London and coastal New York City pumped an innocuous heavier-than-air gas into their subway systems last year, to see where a heavier-than-air gas would go once inside the subways. The London subway gas test was mentioned in the 2013-06-14 update. The NYC subway gas test was mentioned in the 2013-04-26 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-25 - Natural gas pipeline explodes and burns at 1:05 AM near Otterburne (Canada):

Quote: "St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP responded around 1:05 a.m. to what they're calling a 'loud explosion.'"

Quote: "Witnesses who live close to the scene said it was massive. Paul Rawluk lives nearby and drove to the site. 'As we got closer, we could see these massive 200 to 300 metre high flames just shooting out of the ground...'"

Note: Otterburne is just east (downwind) of the Red River. Check out the pics, see how humongous this fire was. The utility poles look tiny compared to those flames...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-26 - Mysterious explosion rattles windows in Syracuse (Nebraska), flash of light reported:

Quote: "Several residents reported hearing a loud explosion in Syracuse Saturday night around 7 p.m. One reported smoke drifting across a park and another seeing a flash. The explosion was said to be strong enough to rattle windows."

2014-01-26 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes and rattles residents in Claremore (Oklahoma):

Quote: "A sergeant told FOX23 that several of officers heard a large boom that shook the buildings and police received several reports from all over town and surrounding communities. Despite all the reports, no one has been able to locate any evidence of an explosion or a site where the sound originated."

Note: Claremore is near Oologah Lake and is northeast (downwind) of the Arkansas River. These mysterious city-shaking booms really started escalating a couple of years ago, right around the time methane began heavily splurting from the Arctic, off the coast of Israel, off the US East Coast, etc. That's also when mysterious HazMat incidents, sometimes involving odors, began sickening people. These explosions are highly likely caused by atmospheric clouds of methane and/or hydrogen sulfide finding an ignition source and detonating. Once these explosions start destroying towns and cities instead of merely shaking homes and terrifying residents then our time of living on the surface of the Earth will be just about over...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-01-27 - FEMA preparing for possible large-scale evacuations of people via motor coaches:

Quote: "This is a synopsis for a single indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to obtain evacuation planning and operational support to facilitate a motor coach evacuation of the general population in response to Presidential-Declared Emergencies and Major Disasters within the continental United States."

Note: Attachments with more details available at the link. FEMA requires companies to provide security at 'a staging and operational area in the event of a no-notice, life threatening event that requires the contractor’s immediate or rapid deployment.' This might come in handy if (when) large waves of poison gas start hitting coastal regions, or when coastal areas become unsurvivable due to fires, explosions, grid failure, transport problems, etc. They know they can only hide the problem for so long - they have to know that because it's obvious - and at some point, if we don't start getting pro-active in an organized fashion then people will eventually start getting pro-active in a DISorganized fashion. They're moving pieces around and preparing for the metaphorical storms to come...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-28 - Bayside Landfill erupts in flame at 5 AM near River Road in coastal Navarre (Florida):

2014-01-28 - Recycling center hit by major fire in Devizes (Britain):

2014-01-28 - Tire fire at recycling center visible from space still burning after two weeks, in North Yorkshire (Britain):

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: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-01-29 - Fake snow reported in multiple states that when burned smells of chemicals:

Quote: "Some people are even saying the snow has an odor to it that 'smells like chemicals', according to one man from the Jersey area."

Note: Both hydrogen sulfide and methane are water-soluble and both, especially methane, will blow up into the upper atmosphere, where the gases may be absorbed into water vapor and then precipitate down in snow or rain. People in numerous states have reported their tapwater being flammable due to methane content, so it's no stretch to imagine that water in the upper atmosphere will also absorb either or both gases. If you're in rain, snow or fog and it smells funny, causes any kind of breathing difficulty and/or it irritates your skin or your eyes, you might want to get under cover, maybe change your clothes and wash your hair too. That chemically plasticky odor is probably not too good for your health either, so I wouldn't spend too much time burning this stuff and breathing in that smell...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-01-30 - Stinky odor reported in Calloway County (Kentucky), near Kentucky Lake:

Quote: "There have been several reports of a gas-like smell across the area. The Sheriff's office has confirmed with Local 6 that the gas smell is not dangerous. Though the smell resembles that of natural gas, the natural gas providers in the area have confirmed that there is no gas leak. Authorities have not been able to pinpoint one source of the smell."

Note: How can you confirm something as not dangerous if you don't even know what that something is? You can't. Natural gas smells like 'rotten eggs' because they add stinky mercaptan to it. Hydrogen sulfide also smells like 'rotten eggs' at low concentrations, so people will frequently confuse the two smells. There was no natural gas leak. Also note the pickup truck that burst into flame while parked at a home in New Concord, very near Kentucky Lake, which burned down a garage and damaged a home, listed in the fires section...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-01-31 - Massive explosion and fire hits Twin Rivers Estate, many boats and RV trailers burn, near Lake Eufala (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Reports of a massive explosion and fire near Lake Eufala have many Oklahomans worried. We are told this is happening at the Twin Rivers Trailer Park in McIntosh County. A 911 dispatcher says a firefighter has been injured, and that several mobile homes are on fire at this time."

Quote: "About 20 travel trailers and an unknown number of boats have been burned at Twin Rivers Estate off Highway 150 and Highway 169, according to Checotah's emergency manager."

Note: People are still parking their RVs and boats next to other RVs and boats?! Learn or burn, and the Earth doesn't care a bit which choice people make...

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