Saturday, March 1, 2014

2014 - FEB - Spotlight Stories

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-01 - Smoke or fumes in the cabin forces passenger plane to make emergency landing in Newark (New Jersey):
2014-02-01 - Smoke in cockpit forces passenger plane to evacuate at airport in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):
2014-02-01 - Smoke in the cockpit on passenger plane forces emergency landing in Atlanta (Georgia):
Note: Lotta smoking passenger planes there...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-02 - Underground electrical explosions blow manholes off in coastal Manhattan (New York):
2014-02-02 - Underground electrical fire takes out power to government building in Jackson (Mississippi):
Quote: "An electrical fire in the underground conduit serving the state Capitol, the Woolfolk State Office Building and MDOT headquarters knocked out power to the buildings on Sunday..."
2014-02-02 - Transformer explodes in the Social Row Road area in Washington Township (Ohio), 3200 homes go dark:
2014-02-02 - Transformer explodes and burns at power station in Sambalpur (India), near Hirakud Reservoir:
2014-02-02 - Electrical panel bursts into flame at health club in coastal South Yarmouth (Massachusetts):
2014-02-02 - Electrical fire erupts at 3:30 AM at strip mall in Hollywood (California), near the coast:
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts which will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground. The US government has trained for widespread grid collapse and this is the reason. Though slower than an EMP or solar flare, atmospheric contamination will wipe out the grid more effectively than either, since an EMP would only affect a geographic region and a solar flare would only hit half the planet, whereas an atmospheric problem will relentlessly grind away at electrical infrastructure all over the planet...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-03 - Man, 38, killed when truck explodes, in Marulan (Australia):
Quote: "Police say a 38-year-old man was unloading the truck when it exploded. He suffered serious burns and was taken to Royal North Shore Hospital where he died on Tuesday."
2014-02-03 - Man, 35, found burned to death in burning RV in Tenterfield (Australia):
2014-02-03 - Man found burned to death at scene of brush fire in coastal Quincy (Massachusetts):
Note: Quincy is where a 'rotten egg' odor was blowing in off the ocean last year, as mentioned in the 2013-05-09 update. A mysterious plane was reported buzzing the city at night too, as mentioned in the 2013-05-10 update...

Category: 'Zombie' Files
2014-02-04 - Naked man goes berserk, attacks people, bites man's face, near coastal Delray Beach (Florida):
Quote: "A naked man possessing what authorities described as superhuman-like strength died Tuesday night after he assaulted a retired police officer, bit another man on the face and was then shot during a confrontation with deputies near Delray Beach..."
Quote: "At some point, the man began fighting with an 18-year-old man and he started biting the 18-year-old on the face, Bradshaw said."
Note: This event is extraordinarily similar to the original face-eater incident, and that man was not on drugs. Naked, superhuman strength, propensity for eating peoples' faces, fearless, near the coast in Florida. Hydrogen sulfide is blowing in off the Gulf of Mexico and it is a neurotoxic poison, which means it will affect peoples' brains. Why do they get naked? Well, Jenkem users say it warms them up and makes them fearless.
Quote: "They say it keeps them warm and makes them fearless."
Note: It appears that in addition to people and animals mysteriously dying, especially in Florida, downwind of the Gulf of Mexico, we're also going to see the occasional neuro-zombie popping up and wreaking havoc. We'll see this elsewhere too, as the atmospheric contamination intensifies, but for now, if you wanna get your face eaten by a 'zombie' - or become one yourself - then Florida is the place to be. 'Come for the beaches, stay for the zombies!'
2014-02-04 - Man has seizure on bus, viciously headbutts firefighter, bites one too, in coastal Seattle (Washington):
Quote: "It happened Saturday on a Metro Bus stopped here near fourth and Main. Firefighters were called because it looked like Berry was having a seizure. According to court documents, they helped him to his feet then he looked a firefighter right in the eye for a moment before he viciously 'headbutted' a firefighter right in the mouth. As firefighters scrambled to tackle him, he grabbed the firefighter’s hand and bit down. He also tried to bite a second firefighter."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause brain damage leading to seizures (among other things). It sounds like this man zombified right there on the bus, though hydrogen sulfide's effects can have a delayed reaction, so he may have been poisoned earlier and elsewhere. This event was on the West Coast, and the West Coast is getting hit by hydrogen sulfide and methane coming in off the Pacific Ocean, possibly much of it from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Also, if you've seen the movie 'World War Z', this sounds EERILY like the zombies in that movie, where people flop around a bit and then get up and immediately start attacking people with insane violence...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-05 - Underground electrical fires break out in Spring Garden area of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):
Quote: "It was around 8:00 a.m. Wednesday when crews responded to the 1900 block of Spring Garden Street. When they arrived they found flames in the basement and the gas meter was on fire."
Quote: "However, around 10:20 a.m. the fire department struck a second alarm because there are reports of multiple transformer fires underground."
2014-02-05 - Underground electrical fires erupt in the South Slope area of coastal Brooklyn (New York):
2014-02-05 - Electrical fire breaks out at Brunswick Nuclear Plant (North Carolina):
2014-02-05 - Underground fire erupts in gold mine near Johannesburg (South Africa), 8+ killed:
2014-02-05 - Underground root fire burning in Redesdale (Australia):
Note: Pile of underground and/or electrical stuff burning up. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, so it'll seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities. It's also reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. So what happens when a nuclear plant goes offline, then the backup generators used for cooling burn and/or explode, or the tanker trucks or the trains carrying fuel for the generators burn and/or explode? Might be quite a problem looming ahead there...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-06 - Pallet company erupts in flame just before 5 AM, in Nashville (Tennessee):
Quote: "According to the company's Web site, McVantage specializes in the creation of wooden pallets and crates used for shipping."
2014-02-06 - Wood business hit by fire in Seymour (Missouri), fire may burn for days:
2014-02-06 - Construction yard hit by fire in coastal Belfast (Ireland):
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
2014-02-07 - Mysterious explosion alarms residents in Jefferson County (Alabama):
2014-02-07 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes and alarms residents near Chesnee (South Carolina):
Quote: "The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office is investigating what could be the source of a loud 'boom' that was heard throughout several upstate and western North Carolina counties late Friday night."
Quote: "Robbie Buhl lives three miles from Henderson Road and felt his house shake and heard a loud boom Friday night. He said it's happened many times before and wants someone to figure out what's going on."
Note: It's just a matter of time before these explosions start wiping out entire neighborhoods, or towns. The Chesnee area is just east (downwind) of Lake William C. Bowen...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-08 - Mammoth fire engulfs 5600 tons of rubber at warehouse at the Port of Savannah in Savannah (Georgia):
Quote: "A towering column of black smoke could be seen from miles away. The fire was burning inside a warehouse covering 226,000 square feet at the port's Ocean Terminal just west of downtown Savannah."
Quote: "The 165th Airlift Wing, Georgia Air National Guard has been called in to help support efforts to fight the warehouse fire at the Georgia Ports Authority's Ocean Terminal No. 3 on West River Street."
Note: Warehouse is/was right next to the Savannah River. This fire looks very similar to the recycling facility fire visible from orbit that burned 15,000 tons of tires in Sherburn-in-Elmet (Britain), mentioned in the 2014-01-16 update...

Category: Multiple Corpses
2014-02-09 - Young couple, 28 and 26, found dead in apartment in coastal Brooklyn (New York):
Quote: "Police say the bodies showed no signs of trauma."
Note: And a couple of days prior, a young married couple, 22 and 20, were found dead at home in Charlotte (North Carolina), as mentioned in the 2014-02-07 update. Treat every day like it's your last, because that just might be the case...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-10 - Ball bearing plant damaged by huge explosion in Peterborough (New Hampshire), 15 injured:
Quote: "Bill Brock, owner of the Manhattan East Hair Design shop about a quarter-mile from the plant, said he heard and felt something but didn't know what it was. Then about 30 ambulances and fire trucks went by."
2014-02-10 - Multiple cars ignite at auto salvage yard in Opa-locka (Florida), near the coast:
2014-02-10 - Pile of junk cars ignites at auto salvage yard in El Cajon (California), near Lake Jennings:
Quote: "A fire of unknown origin tore through a salvage yard near Lake Jennings on Monday."
Note: Lots of these 'fires of unknown origin' lately. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-11 - Update on ball-bearing plant explosion in Peterborough (New Hampshire): caused by nitric acid:
Note: A nitric acid fire hit a chemical plant in December 2013 in Tulsa (Oklahoma), mentioned in the 2013-12-19 update. A nitric acid explosion recently damaged a business too, in November 2013, in Falls Township (Pennsylvania), injuring 2 people, as mentioned in the 2013-11-07 update. Nitric acid isn't terribly dangerous by itself. However, if any gaseous hydrogen sulfide meets liquid nitric acid then the result can be an explosion and/or fire. I mentioned this problem a few months back, when a beaker exploded in a chemistry lab in coastal Boca Raton (Florida), in the 2013-11-04 update. I'll quote myself: "Hydrogen sulfide is explosively reactive with numerous chemicals. Leave an open beaker of, say, nitric acid laying around and if any hydrogen sulfide blows in through a window or AC system...boom!"
2014-02-11 - Metal recycling plant destroyed by blaze in Blue Grass (Iowa), near Davenport, school evacuated:
Quote: "Officials say the flames got so high they had to evacuate students at a nearby elementary school. Smoke from the fire could be seen from more than three miles away."
Quote: "A hazmat team is inspecting a creek to see if any dangerous chemicals got in. That creek is about a half block away from the fire."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-12 - Boy, 5, burned to death when truck ignites in Wujin District (China):
Quote: "The father surnamed Song, 40, left his son in the truck in an export processing zone. After it caught fire, he tried rescue his son but was unable to pull him from the burning vehicle."
Note: I've warned about this problem. If you leave your kids in a vehicle, running or not, then this is the consequence that you risk. This is not the first child to burn to death in exactly this way. Unless people start taking the problem seriously - which seems doubtful - then more children are going to burn to death...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2014-02-13 - Mount Kelud violently erupts, heard 120 miles away, ash blankets cities, people flee, 3 airports closed, in Indonesia:
Quote: "Volcanic ash from a major eruption in Indonesia shrouded a large swath of the country's most densely populated island on Friday and closed three nearby international airports. Local media reported two people were killed when parts of their homes collapsed after Mount Kelud's explosive eruption overnight. The initial blasts sent millions of cubic meters (feet) of dust and rocks into the atmosphere, according to the country's disaster agency, and could be heard up to 200 kilometers (125 miles) away. Ash up to an inch (2.5 centimeters) deep covered Surabaya, the country's second-largest city, and even farther afield in Jogyakarta, where motorists switched on headlights in daylight. TV footage from towns closer to the peak showed cattle covered in ash."
2014-02-13 - Wintery blast hits the US East Coast, lots of power outages, 20 people killed:
2014-02-13 - More heavy snow paralyzes Tokyo (Japan):
Note: Volcanic winter may have begun. If it hasn't already begun, all the volcanoes that are erupting are likely to begin it. Time will tell. I'm watching 'cold events' pretty closely now, along with major volcanic eruptions. The signs are becoming more ominous. Volcanic winter all by itself could easily wipe out 90%+ of the human race, yet even if we DO get volcanic winter it's still not the worst problem we face...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-14 - Underground fire erupts in potash mine near Vanscoy (Canada), more than 50 miners trapped:
Quote: "The site’s general manager, Mike Dirham, said the fire started on a scoop tram, which is a type of underground loader. Dirham said the tram has a fire suppression system, but he says it couldn’t extinguish the flames."
Note: So a vehicle of a sort burst into flame in an underground area. That sounds very familiar. Oh yeah, a salt truck burst into flame underground at a nuclear waste repository near Carlsbad (New Mexico), as mentioned in the 2014-02-05 update...
2014-02-14 - Underground explosion and fire hits water treatment plant in coastal Tuen Mun (China), 3 injured:
2014-02-14 - Underground electrical fire evacuates US Bank building in downtown St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:
Quote: "The Fire Department said the fire was in an underground electrical vault. Around 12:35 p.m., smoke rose from the ground near the building. Employees exited an adjacent parking garage in droves."
Quote: "An underground transformer exploded and caught fire in front of the building last June."
2014-02-14 - Underground electrical fire erupts in coastal Brooklyn (New York), 2 churchgoers sickened:
Note: They're trying to blame all these underground electrical fires and explosions on salt from salting the roads. Funny how these fires and explosions were happening BEFORE the first snowfall, and funny how nowhere NEAR this number of underground fires and explosions happened last winter, when there was also snowfall and salting of roads. Is the salt mutating and causing the core of the Earth to heat up? (Heh, 2012 movie reference, not actually serious about mutating salt.)
2014-02-14 - Underground electrical explosion and fire breaks out near school in Corona (New York), school evacuated:
Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, it is explosively flammable and highly reactive, particularly with rusty iron/steel and electrified copper, so it will cause serious problems with underground facilities of all kinds. Fires like these have been escalating, especially in the last year. Things will certainly get much worse...

Category: Multiple Corpses
2014-02-15 - Couple in their 50s suffer cardiac distress and die at home on Lake Erie Road in Lake Bonavista, Calgary (Canada):
Quote: "Emergency services were called to the 12000 block of Lake Erie Rd S.E. about 12:50 p.m. after receiving a report of two people in cardiac distress. The pair, a man and a woman, both in their 50s, were dead when emergency services arrived. Calgary police Staff Sgt. Jason Bobrowich said Saturday the cause of death was undetermined."
Quote: "Initial reports suggested carbon monoxide might have been a factor but officials say the could not get a reading of levels when they entered the home."
Note: So two people suddenly experience heart problems and drop dead. Totally normal, move along...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-16 - All six city garbage trucks destroyed by fire at 12:18 AM while parked at facility on Hillcreek Drive in Oberlin (Ohio):
Quote: "City officials have rented two refuse trucks that will allow residential and commercial garbage pick-up to go on as scheduled this week. Recycling pick-up for residents, however, will temporarily stop while officials work on short-term and long-term plans."
Quote: "City officials will inventory all equipment to determine an exact dollar loss, but they estimated the value of the six large vehicles and accessory equipment between $1.5 and $2 million."
Note: Two parked garbage trucks were destroyed by fire in Centralia (Illinois), and they too had to RENT some garbage trucks to continue garbage pickup in the city. As more vehicles burn up, garbage pickup, food and gas delivery, food production (tractors), mass transit (especially buses), maintenance, etc, will all suffer...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-17 - Underground electrical explosion and fire causes evacuations in Islington area of coastal London (Britain):
Quote: "Flames erupted through paving slabs on a London pavement as commuters made their way to work on Monday morning, cause firefighters to evacuate 50 people from the area. The explosion came from a fault under an electrical manhole cover outside a branch of Iceland on Caledonian Road in Islington, according to the Islington Gazette."
Quote: "Last April, a pedestrian narrowly escaped being seriously injured after a explosion beneath a road in Pimlico saw flames rocketing up above the pavement, only metres from where he was standing."
Note: This area is just northeast (downwind) of the River Thames...
2014-02-17 - Electrical substation damaged by explosion in Orem (Utah), power outages ensue:
Note: Orem is located on the northeast (downwind) shore of Utah Lake...
2014-02-17 - Dozens of power poles burst into flame in coastal Melbourne (Australia), 10000+ homes go dark:
Note: I saw some people speculating that a big solar flare caused these fires. If that were the case then it wouldn't just be Melbourne that got hit like this. The official explanation is dry weather and dust followed by rain, yet Sydney has experienced those conditions many times and this never happened, so that too seems implausible. Some hydrogen sulfide, probably mixed with methane, might just blow over one city like this though, and that may very well have not ever happened before, at least to this degree, so that would explain a not-seen-before event like this that affected only one region, which, not coincidentally, is right on the coast...
2014-02-17 - Transformer bursts into flame on pole in Kettering (Ohio):
Note: And here's some more electrical infrastructure exploding and/or burning...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-18 - Underground electrical fires erupt in multiple areas in coastal New York City (New York):
Quote: "FDNY tells us this is happening all over the city today. And it resulted in some dramatic flames and black smoke at a manhole on 66th street between Amsterdam and West End Avenue."
2014-02-18 - Underground electrical fire breaks out in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:
2014-02-18 - Underground electrical fire erupts outside Honda dealership in Ardmore (Pennsylvania):
Quote: "Lancaster Avenue was closed between Church and Argyle roads in Ardmore for over two hours Tuesday due to an underground transformer fire outside Martin Main Line Honda."
Quote: "A similar incident occurred Saturday when Route 30 was closed for nearly four hours."
2014-02-18 - Transformer bursts into flame at substation in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River:
2014-02-18 - Transformer starts sparking, ignites grass fire, in Tulsa (Oklahoma):
2014-02-18 - Electrical substation damaged by explosion and fire in Greenville (Tennessee):
Quote: "One of three main transformers at the substation exploded just before 5 p.m."
2014-02-18 - Transformer explodes at substation in coastal Antalya (Turkey), 2 injured:
Note: Not looking too good for electrical infrastructure on this planet...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2014-02-19 - 'Werewolf' spotted on CCTV camera in São Gonçalo de Campos (Brazil), residents scared, curfew imposed:
Note: Possibly a genetic chimera, a blending of two species, perhaps dog and human. It definitely has some humanoid characteristics. They better hope that A) it isn't highly carnivorous; and B) that there isn't a breeding colony of these established nearby...
2014-02-19 - Strange 'alien' creatures appear in waters in Kien Giang (Vietnam), kill fish:
Quote: "Mr. Nguyen Van Thanh, Director of the Kien Giang Aquaculture Department, said that the strange creatures are as big as fingers, 10-15cm long, with a lot of mucilage on the body. They cling around the fish cages in the island communes of Hon Tre, Lai Son, Nam Du and An Son in Kien Hai District. The toxin produced by these creatures makes fish blind, weaken and finally die."
Note: These things could also be genetic chimeras, but what two species they may be a combination of, I have no idea. Doesn't sound too good for the local fishing industry there. Looks like Mother Nature is ramping up her genetic blending capabilities as the planetary environment degrades, and there's no predicting what we'll see or where, though many chimeras will have a human component if for no other reason than that we are everywhere. Also, species that are partially human will tend to be smarter, which is a survival trait, so odds are that we'll see a lot of human-something combos, like human-dog, human-lizard, human-bear, human-pig, human-rabbit, human-wolf, human-fish, etc. These creatures are not likely to be particularly friendly...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-20 - Fertilizer storage facility hit by massive fire and explosions in Northwood (Iowa), entire town evacuated:
Quote: "Officials ordered the mass evacuation of roughly 2,000 residents of Northwood, Iowa after an explosion rocked a warehouse within Northwood Municipal Airport that crop dusters frequently use to fuel up for fertilizing runs..."
Note: From the full hypothesis: "Likewise, chemical plants of all types will burn and/or explode, including biofuels plants, fertilizer plants, specialty chemical plants, petroleum-related facilities and more."

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2014-02-21 - 'Rotten smell' blows over the city of Meriden (Connecticut), starting at 4:30 AM:
Quote: "City crews are trying to determine the source of a rotten smell that permeated the air throughout the city Friday. Fire officials said two engines were sent to find the origin of a rotting, organic smell in the downtown area after calls started coming into the city around 4:30 a.m. People initially reported the smell of natural gas, but authorities said they have ruled out gas."
Quote: "Visitors on the Record-Journal Facebook page reported the odor as far south as Center Street in Wallingford."
Note: As mentioned, people will confuse the 'rotten egg' smell of hydrogen sulfide at low concentrations with the 'rotten egg' smell of mercaptan, which is added to odorless natural gas so that it has any smell at all. They ruled out natural gas, so this was VERY likely a cloud of hydrogen sulfide hitting this city. Also, the wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane floating in the air above closer to the ground. Hydrogen sulfide is as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use to execute people in gas chambers. The 'good' news is that people did smell it and they didn't clutch their chests or throats as they died, which means it wasn't highly concentrated, this time. The bad news is that it's a heavier-than-air gas so it will now tend to flow into low-lying areas and become more concentrated, like basements, underground facilities, sewers, etc.

Category: 'Zombie' Files
2014-02-22 - Naked man runs through the streets of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), gets chased down and tased:
Quote: "Pittsburgh Police were called to reports of a man who took off his clothes as he started walking across a downtown bridge. Witnesses say the man started taking off his clothes on the Rachel Carson bridge, and throwing them into the Allegheny River."
Note: That is exactly the same behavior the original face-eater exhibited - walked across a causeway, tossing his clothes away as he went. Hydrogen sulfide makes people feel warmer and fearless, as Jenkem users have noted:
Quote: "They say it keeps them warm and makes them fearless."
Note: So if hydrogen sulfide doesn't knock you dead (which will be the norm), but simply damages your brain, then it appears that you'll tend to strip off your clothes, probably because you're too warm, and then you might do crazy violent stuff, exhibit superhuman strength and fearlessness, etc. So a 'zombie apocalypse' is looking plenty real, except they're not actually dead, just brain-damaged, and you won't have to shoot their brains out but because of their potential superhuman strength you might want to anyway, just to be safe. And you won't become a zombie yourself just by being bitten but rather by breathing neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide, which could blow over you at any time now. The Rachel Carson Bridge goes over the Allegheny River, a low-lying area where hydrogen sulfide, a heavier-than-air gas, will tend to accumulate...
2014-02-22 - Naked man attacks bus driver in Irvington (New Jersey):
Quote: "One Youtube video shows the Irvington police arriving several minutes after the man was first shown walking in circles in the middle of the road."
2014-02-22 - Naked man, 21, drives erratically, flees cops, on the M1 near coastal London (Britain):

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-23 - Landfill hit by major fire in suburb of coastal Melbourne (Australia), toxic smoke hits the city:
Quote: "Residents in Melbourne’s southeast are being urged to stay indoors as a toxic fire at a landfill site spreads potentially hazardous fumes over the area."
Quote: "Authorities are warning residents to take immediate shelter and switch off heating and cooling systems. Father-of-four Dragan Jovic said being bunkered in his Dandenong South residence made him feel like a prisoner in his own home. 'We can’t even enter our own streets. We don’t know what’s going on,' Mr Jovic said. 'The smell is unlike anything. It seems quite hazardous.'"
2014-02-23 - Recycling plant erupts in flame at 5 AM in Worksop (Britain), third blaze here in six months:
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
2014-02-24 - Several bus passengers suddenly sicken on bus near Bridgeport (California), 13 people sent to the hospital:
Note: Right near Bridgeport Reservoir in the Bridgeport Valley...
2014-02-24 - Noxious odor hits transit bus in Canyon Country (California), blamed on student prank:
Quote: "Los Angeles County Fire Department paramedics were dispatched to the scene of the bus on Soledad Canyon Road and Oak Springs Canyon Road shortly after 3 p.m. Monday, Fire Department Inspector Anthony Akins said. Although paramedics found 'no fire, no smoke, no smell,' Akins said, initial reports of a noxious odor were enough to prompt the evacuation."
Note: Anybody see a student setting off a stink bomb? Nope. The legs of these investigators must be hugely muscled, what with all the jumping to conclusions they do. So that's two different buses with passengers sickening in California. California (and the North American West Coast generally) is downwind of the giant dead zone known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-25 - Box truck bursts into flame on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge (New York):
Quote: "The two-axle box truck caught fire closer to the Staten Island end of the bridge, Ms. Baldeo said."
Note: The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge traverses The Narrows (body of water) and connects Staten Island with Brooklyn...
2014-02-25 - Truck bursts into flame at 6:17 AM on the George Washington Bridge near Fort Lee (New Jersey):
Note: This bridge goes over the Hudson River and connects Fort Lee (New Jersey) with coastal Manhattan (New York). So here are two trucks going up on flames on bridges over bodies of water in the NYC area on the same day...
2014-02-25 - In separate events, within 5 minutes, pickup truck and car burst into flame in the wee hours while parked in coastal Manhattan (New York):
Quote: "Police and Fire Investigators began an investigation into the suspicious fires and have determined that there was a high probability that they were incendiary in nature."
Note: Much like the 3 boats that burned up in two separate incidents within 3 minutes in Washington DC, as mentioned in the 2014-02-11 update. And fires caused by methane and/or hydrogen sulfide will of course be incendiary in nature; they're both flammable gases. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide and/or methane floating in the air above closer to the ground. Also note the two trucks that burst into flame on bridges in the NYC area on this same day. Could this have been arson? Anything is possible, but the fact that they were parked and that the fires may have been 'incendiary in nature' doesn't indicate arson, and I don't see them mentioning having anything substantive in terms of evidence that would indicate arson...
2014-02-25 - In separate events, within 15 minutes, two cars burst into flame in the wee hours while parked in Wrexham (Britain):
Note: Don't see them mentioning any evidence of arson here either, just an assumption. And this is what we should expect to see as the number, size and concentration of hydrogen sulfide and methane plumes in the atmosphere continue to increase. Also note the passenger bus that burst into flame between Wrexham and Penley on this same day...
2014-02-25 - In separate events, within minutes, pickup truck and car burst into flame in the wee hours while parked in Hazleton (Pennsylvania):
2014-02-25 - Cars regularly bursting into flame in the wee hours while parked in Roswell (New Mexico):
Quote: "Some people in Roswell are terrified. 'Everybody's scared, our kids, we have three kids in the house, they're still terrified,' said Jessaca Wright. The Roswell Fire Department said an arsonist is randomly torching cars parked in driveways."
Quote: "At least nine cars have been set on fire in Roswell in the last four months. Roswell fire officials said someone set three separate cars on fire in three different neighborhoods last week. Investigators said each of the cars were torched in the middle of the night."
Note: Arson assumed as usual. Any witnesses, motive, surveillance footage, or other evidence? Nope, just an assumption. Have fire investigators ruled out hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with rusty iron/steel and electrified copper as a potential cause? No, so they don't know if that's what's causing these fires or not, and it probably is. Also, fires ignited by hydrogen sulfide and methane blowing around the atmosphere will appear very random - just like these fires - because the atmosphere itself is random. Nobody is being targeted; it's just whoever happens to have a vehicle in the path. 'Middle of the night' means the wee hours, which is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane in the air above closer to the ground...
Things are certainly getting very obvious now...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-26 - Man, 20, killed by explosion and fire, brush ignites, in coastal City Beach in Perth (Australia):
Quote: "'All indications are is that it’s a nonsuspicious death,' a police spokeswoman said just before 5:30pm. However, Nine News reported tonight the person who died was a 20-year-old man whose death was a direct result of the explosion. Earlier, Inspector Dominic Wood said witnesses heard an explosion before a scrub fire started at the corner of West Coast Highway and Rochdale Road."
Note: Just east (downwind) of the ocean, right on the coast. A plume of hydrogen sulfide and/or methane may have blown ashore and ignited right by that man or his van. Static electricity, a lit cigarette or any flame, electrified copper wiring in the van, rusty iron/steel on the van or in that area - any of those can act as the igniter. If the plume is concentrated enough then there may be one or more explosions to kick off a fire...
2014-02-26 - Heater explodes and burns and kills man in tent in Columbus (Ohio):
Note: Flammable gas plume + heat source = fire or explosion. Two homeless people were found burned to death in Bidwell Park in late 2012, in Chico (California), as mentioned in the 2012-10-24 update. Being outside virtually all of the time, homeless people are more vulnerable to the problems we face than pretty much anybody...

Category: Fires And Explosions
2014-02-27 - Underground electrical explosions and fire blow off two manholes in Greenburgh (New York):
Quote: "One resident told News 12 it 'sounded like someone dropped a bomb.'"
Note: Greenburgh is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Hudson River...
2014-02-27 - Underground electrical explosion blows off two manholes in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):
Quote: "Baltimore City Fire Crews and BGE officials are investigating after several manhole covers blew off in Northeast Baltimore, windows also reportedly blew out of a building on Harford Rd."
Quote: "One of the manholes blew straight up into the air and destroyed a street light."
2014-02-27 - Underground electrical explosion and fire breaks out near restaurant in San Antonio (Texas):
2014-02-27 - Underground electrical explosions and fire blow manholes off in the wee hours in Columbus (Ohio):
Quote: "Columbus firefighters are investigating several blasts that knocked manhole covers and set off fire alarms Downtown early today. A small blast was followed by a larger blast around 1:30 a.m. A third blast was heard around 2:30 a.m."
Quote: "Witnesses claim they heard rumbling, felt shaking, then smelled sulfur."
Note: Sulfur smell, that's certainly interesting...
2014-02-27 - Underground electrical explosion and fire takes out power to part of Santiago (Chile):
Note: Underground electrical fires and explosions are obviously escalating. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, etc. It's also reactive with both copper (especially electrified copper) and rusty iron/steel, both of which are likely to be found in underground electrical infrastructure. The reactivity with electrified copper is also the likely cause of most of the transformer fires, non-running vehicle fires (battery cables and other wiring), and so on. This reactivity problem is probably going to bring down the entire electrical grid in time, thus the US government's training for widespread grid failure...
And because today was simply eventful, here's a little extra, a couple (more) major ship fires:
2014-02-27 - Royal Canadian Navy warship HMCS Protecteur bursts into flame, loses power and drifts in the mid-Pacific:
2014-02-27 - Australian submarine HMAS Waller bursts into flame off the WA coast (Australia):
Note: The last submarine to catch fire before this one was waaaaay back in...the day prior, when an Indian submarine was hit by an explosion and fire which killed at least 3 people, as mentioned in the 2014-02-26 update. A British aircraft carrier also caught fire on that day, also mentioned in the 2014-02-26 update. Ironically, the carrier caught fire while Prince Charles was there, since it's going to be named after him. So in a two-day span of time, we've seen two submarines (one Indian, one Australian), one aircraft carrier (British), and one warship (Canadian) catching fire...

Category: Smorgasbord of Doom
There was too much happening on this date so I couldn't decide which of two things to spotlight. So, here they both are: a pile of unusual vehicular accidents, and a number of neuro-zombie incidents:
2014-02-28 - Driver loses consciousness, car hits pole, fire erupts, near Boone (North Carolina), 1 injured:
Quote: "...she briefly lost consciousness as a result of a medical condition. Her vehicle crossed the yellow line, traveled down an embankment and crashed head-on into a Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative Utility pole..."
2014-02-28 - Driver has seizure, veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Sapulpa (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 3 injured:
Quote: "Box said it appeared one of the drivers had a seizure, left the northbound lane and and hit the other car head on."
2014-02-28 - Driver has seizure after pickup crashes and bursts into flame, in coastal Wilmington (North Carolina):
Quote: "Lt. Yanacek with the Wilmington Police Department said that after crashing, the vehicle caught on fire, and the driver began having a seizure."
2014-02-28 - Driver experiences 'medical condition', veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Dickson (Tennessee), 1 killed:
2014-02-28 - Man, 55, dies while driving, truck crashes into home in Grand Junction (Colorado):
Note: Well, like I've mentioned, you shouldn't expect to remain conscious (or even alive) while driving, nor count on others drivers to do so either. Hydrogen sulfide is knocking people unconscious, giving them seizures, causing 'medical events', etc, and in some cases it is flat-out killing people as they drive (or walk, or sleep). That makes driving increasingly dangerous...
2014-02-28 - Man crashes car, gets naked, runs down the Long Island Expressway in coastal Long Island (New York):
Quote: "According to Gantt, the man was taking off his clothes and streaking down the center median of the highway in Brookhaven Town at 11:50 a.m. after crashing his car into the center median, despite the icy cold temperatures."
Note: Hydrogen sulfide warms you up, as Jenkem users have noted. So as more people get poisoned by hydrogen sulfide, it looks like we're gonna see more people getting naked and acting crazy. The craziness is caused by brain damage; hydrogen sulfide is a broad-spectrum poison but it affects neurology as much as any bodily system. You'll be most likely to zombify yourself near, in or downwind of low-lying areas like bodies of water, ravines, ditches, valleys, canyons, etc, or in your basement if you live in a building that has one...
2014-02-28 - In separate incidents, man and woman run naked down I-5 in separate directions in Kalama (Washington):
Quote: "Troopers were called at 10:21 p.m. for an initial report of a naked woman running south in the southbound lane near the Todd Road exit in Kalama, said Trooper Will Finn. As they were responding, they received call of a naked man running northbound — in the opposite direction from the woman."
Quote: "Troopers never found the reported naked man."
Note: Kalama is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Columbia River...
2014-02-28 - Naked man, 35, screams and acts crazy in coastal San Diego (California), gets tasered:
2014-02-28 - Man gets naked, walks in and out of traffic along busy street in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

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