Sunday, March 23, 2014

Event Update For 2014-03-22

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
2014-03-22 - Recycling plant hit by explosion and fire in Pomona (California):
Quote: "We heard a loud bang from where we live, and then I checked outside and I just saw smoke coming out..."
2014-03-22 - Recycling center hit by fire in Sotherby Bridge (Britain):
Quote: "The incident happened at round 9.30pm at the Milner Royd Household Waste Recycling Site in Mearclough when a skip full of paper and cardboard caught fire. It is not known what caused the fire, which took around an hour to put out."
Note: This place is located right on the banks of the River Calder. 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."

2014-03-22 - Mobile home explodes and burns in Cane Beds (Arizona), 4 injured:

Quote: "The cause of ignition however, is unknown at this point..."

Note: Sounds like it could be the Ghostly Match again. Propane tanks are exploding regularly now, at worksites, on peoples' balconies, etc. Any leak at all and the Ghostly Match may ignite the gas if there's anything rusty or any electrified copper nearby. The same goes for all the gas pipeline explosions...

2014-03-22 - Mobile home explodes and burns in Frankfort (Illinois), 1 injured:

2014-03-22 - Pallet manufacturer destroyed by huge inferno at 3 AM in Edmonton (Canada), nobody there:

Quote: "A massive fire that destroyed the main building of Lonestar Lumber, a wooden pallet manufacturer in the city’s west end, caused about $3 million worth of damage. Edmonton firefighters responded to 12815 168th Street at around 3 a.m. Saturday after receiving reports of heavy smoke and flames, said Edmonton Fire spokeswoman Laura Ruddock."

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."

2014-03-22 - Refinery damaged by fire and explosion in Luján de Cuyo (Argentine):

2014-03-22 - Thirteen businesses destroyed by blaze in downtown Garrettsville (Ohio):

Quote: "Police say that dispatchers received a call around 1:15 p.m. Saturday that 'Main Street is on fire.' Fire officials told WKYC-TV that the fire started at the corner of Center and Main streets and spread to four buildings."

Quote: "Mayor Rick Patrick was not confident there was anything left to save. 'It looks like we’re going to lose that whole block,' he said."

2014-03-22 - Transformer bursts into flame on The Strip in Dallas (Texas), darkness descends:

2014-03-22 - Three boats destroyed or damaged by fire in Lawton (Oklahoma):

Quote: "After firefighters extinguished the flames, officials determined three boats had been burned or damaged, according to a later police report."

Quote: "A fire at an east Lawton trailer park that damaged multiple boats Thursday afternoon may have been started on purpose."

Note: Another way to phrase that would be, 'A fire at an east Lawton trailer park that damaged multiple boats Thursday afternoon may NOT have been started on purpose.' In other words, they don't know...

2014-03-22 - Four trucks, backhoe, lawnmowers and more destroyed by fire at municipal building in Norwood (New Jersey):

Quote: "A fire that consumed two buildings, four vehicles and other equipment at the borough’s Public Works complex likely caused around $1 million in damage, Mayor James Barsa said Saturday."

Note: Norwood is right by the Hudson River...

2014-03-22 - Several trucks, motorcycle, equipment and building destroyed by fire at business in Morgan (Utah):

Quote: "The blaze did not cause any injuries. However, Rich said the building — which included storage and offices — was a loss. The fire also destroyed construction trucks, a motorcycle, welders, an overhead crane, wood working machinery and other equipment. Rich estimated that damage at about $1 million."

2014-03-22 - Four cars destroyed by fire while parked at auto shop in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

2014-03-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame and explodes on Highway 69 near Bullard (Texas):

Quote: "Following the trucks explosion, flames spread to a nearby field and burned half an acre, said fire officials at the scene. The blaze, which began in the cab of the truck, was put out within 30 minutes."

2014-03-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame just after midnight, on US 285 in Chaffee County (Colorado):

2014-03-22 - RV bursts into flame while parked in driveway on St Edwards Close in Chilton Polden, Bridgwater (Britain):

2014-03-22 - SUV bursts into flame inside garage in Scranton (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at home in Montrose (Colorado):

2014-03-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 3:15 AM while parked along Route 56 in Athens (Ohio):

2014-03-22 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road in Bozeman (Montana):

2014-03-22 - Car bursts into flame while parked in carport, fire spreads to pickup, in Lamesa (Texas):

2014-03-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 in Wallingford (Connecticut):

2014-03-22 - Car bursts into flame on the Lincoln Highway in Licking Creek Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-22 - Car bursts into flame on the Western Kentucky Parkway near Leitchfield (Kentucky):

2014-03-22 - Car bursts into flame on road in coastal Malacca (Malaysia):

Quote: "Norwahidah Saad was heading to the city to pick up her two other daughters from school when she heard a blast from her car’s engine compartment. 'I immediately wanted to pull over and check what happened, but the brake didn’t work. So I slowed down, pulled the handbrake and grabbed my children out of the car immediately before it caught fire,' she said when met at the scene near Cheng along the Alor Gajah-Melaka Tengah-Jasin Highway here yesterday. Norwahidah said she noticed smoke billowing from the undercarriage of the vehicle less than a min­ute after she ran out to safety and the car was in flame soon after."

Note: Brakes may have ignited this fire, which is why her brakes didn't work...

2014-03-22 - Car bursts into flame on Petton Cross in Petton, near Tiverton (Britain):

2014-03-22 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 2:41 AM in East Wenatchee (Washington), cop pulls semi-conscious man out:

Note: That man almost ended up in the corpses section. East Wenatchee is located on the northeast (downwind) banks of the Columbia River...

2014-03-22 - Two cars and garage destroyed by fire at home on North Fork Drive in Three Rivers (California):

2014-03-22 - Car and manufactured home destroyed by fire in Crooked River Ranch (Oregon), nobody home:

2014-03-22 - Auto shop damaged by fire in Southend (Britain):

Quote: "Assistant Divisional Officer Martyn Hodder, Southend Station Commander, said: 'This is the second time we have visited the site in days. 'The first fire was a vehicle alight on Thursday evening. The car had been playing up during the day and had been put into the garage to be looked at. The employees on site at the time told crews that the vehicle caught fire suddenly and unexpectedly and this incident was recorded as an accident following an investigation.'"

Note: So a vehicle suddenly burst into flame here then two days later the shop itself caught fire...

2014-03-22 - Barn destroyed by fire, home damaged, in Jones Valley, Redding (California):

Note: Jones Valley is next to Shasta Lake...

2014-03-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in North Grover, Ottawa (Canada), 5 cows, 3 horses and some chickens killed:

2014-03-22 - Barn destroyed by fire in Ridgewood (New Jersey):

2014-03-22 - Elementary school destroyed by massive 6-alarm fire in Edison (New Jersey), 2 miles from the coast:

2014-03-22 - High school damaged by blaze in Eupora (Mississippi), near White's Creek Lake:

2014-03-22 - Multiple greenhouses and vehicle destroyed by raging fire in Winslow Township (New Jersey):

Quote: "Fire crews battled a blaze that swept through a local nursery on Saturday night, engulfing brush, multiple greenhouses and a vehicle."

Note: I wouldn't be surprised if that vehicle spontaneously combusted - as many are - and ignited this fire...

2014-03-22 - Piles of mulch burst into flame at 3 AM at mulch business in Noblesville (Indiana):

2014-03-22 - Warehouse damaged by fire in Millcreek Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-22 - Deck bursts into flame, fire spreads to building, in Baldwin (Maryland):,0,5646169.story

2014-03-22 - Lanai bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, in coastal Haiku (Hawaii), nobody home:

2014-03-22 - Porch bursts into flame at home in Frazeysburg (Ohio):

2014-03-22 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, in Springfield Township (Ohio):

2014-03-22 - House under construction damaged by fire on Deer Valley Drive in Park City (Utah):

2014-03-22 - Home destroyed by fire at 3 AM in Brookfield (Connecticut):

Note: Brookfield is just east (downwind) of Candlewood Lake...

2014-03-22 - House destroyed by fire in the wee hours in coastal Miami (Florida):

2014-03-22 - Apartment building damaged by fire just after 3 AM in Jeffersontown (Kentucky), many displaced:

2014-03-22 - Three apartment buildings ravaged by fire at 2 AM, 32 units destroyed, in Irving (Texas), 80+ people homeless:

2014-03-22 - Deadly fire tears through home just before 5 AM in Fort Worth (Texas), near Lake Arlington, 1 killed:

2014-03-22 - Vacant house burns in Seguin (Texas):

2014-03-22 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Magna (Utah):

2014-03-22 - Vacant house destroyed by fire at 5:38 AM in Owosso Township (Michigan):

2014-03-22 - Vacant factory burns in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2014-03-22 - Two people burned to death when car ignites in Wilmer (Alabama), near the coast:

Quote: "Two people are dead after their [car] caught fire, trapping them inside."

2014-03-22 - Man dies when RV trailer ignites on Manatee Bay Drive in coastal Hillsborough County (Florida):

2014-03-22 - Body found in pond at Douglas Park in Chicago (Illinois):

2014-03-22 - Man, 49, suffers 'medical condition', drives into swimming pool and dies in Manalapan (New Jersey):

Quote: "Police say a New Jersey man who drove his minivan off a road, through a fence and into a swimming pool may have suffered a medical episode before the deadly accident occurred."

Note: Same thing is what's causing people to veer into oncoming traffic and hit other vehicles head-on, or veer off the road and slam trees, poles and buildings, or drive into ponds and lakes and rivers and die, etc. Being in a vehicle is close to the same as being outside, and with hydrogen sulfide blowing around in the air, you just can't count on remaining conscious or even alive, nor can you count on other drivers staying capable of driving either. The same problem is killing people in bodies of water - lose consciousness in water and you will drown, since breathing is an involuntary reflex. Also, lots of people are burning to death in vehicles now. Again, same thing - hydrogen sulfide will knock you unconscious or dead and it will also ignite vehicles and obviously if you lose consciousness while a fire is burning you, you're history...

2014-03-22 - In separate events, girl, 3, found dead in hot tub and boy, 1, found dead in swimming pool, in Phoenix (Arizona):

Note: These events happened a few hours apart, boy found dead first, then the girl...

2014-03-22 - Toddler, 2, drops dead at home in coastal Fife (Scotland):

2014-03-22 - Teen, 13, drops dead at home in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2014-03-22 - Young man, 19, drops dead at home on Wharton Terrace in Hartlepool (Britain):

2014-03-22 - Man collapses and dies near synagogue on coastal Long Island (New York):

2014-03-22 - Man, 62, goes jogging and drops dead in Ragle Ranch Park in Sebastopol (California):

Note: Not the first jogger to drop dead recently in California...

2014-03-22 - Man, 25, found dead in guest house in Kathmandu (Nepal):

2014-03-22 - Man found dead in the River Exe in Exeter (Britain):

2014-03-22 - Body found at beach near Blackhall Rocks, Peterlee (Britain), may be missing 50-year-old teacher:

2014-03-22 - Man found dead in the Intracoastal Waterway in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2014-03-22 - Small plane crashes into middle of road at 4 AM in coastal Clearwater (Florida), 1 killed, 2 injured:,0,7294800.story

2014-03-22 - Small plane crashes into riverbed near Hastings (New Zealand), 2 killed:

2014-03-22 - Small plane crashes into Ridgeway Reservoir near Montrose (Colorado), 5 presumed dead:

Quote: "Whitmore said no one is believed to have survived, but no victims have been recovered from the aircraft, which was located about 90 feet from shore in 60 to 90 feet of water."

Note: Also see the pickup truck that burst into flame in Montrose on this day...

2014-03-22 - Small plane carrying marijuana crashes near coastal San Diego (California):

2014-03-22 - Cargo ship and oil barge collide in the Houston Ship Channel near Texas City (Texas), major oil spill:

Quote: "A big clean-up operation has begun after a barge carrying nearly one million gallons of thick oil collided with a ship in a popular bird sanctuary. Coast Guard Petty Officer Andy Kendrick said it is not known how much marine fuel oil, also known as special bunker, has spilled in Galveston Bay, near Houston, Texas. At least one of the vessel's tanks - which each carry up to 168,000 gallons of oil - was holed, and a large slick was visible on the surface."

2014-03-22 - Two buses and two trucks crash, all four burst into flame, near coastal Gadani (Pakistan), 35 killed, 20 injured:

Quote: "At least 35 people have died in an inferno following a crash between two buses and two lorries in southwestern Pakistan. About 20 more were injured in the accident on Saturday along a coastal road in Baluchistan province, near Gadani. A bus heading for the port city of Karachi first collided head-on with a truck coming from the opposite direction, said Ahmed Nawaz, the area's police chief. Mr Nawaz said the second bus and lorry then piled up onto the two vehicles and they all exploded into flames..."

2014-03-22 - Three passenger buses crash in Quezon City (Philippine Islands), near the coast, 50 injured:

2014-03-22 - Tanker truck overturns, bursts into flame, explodes, in coastal Mumbai (India), 10 killed, more injured:

Quote: "The death toll has gone up to 10. While eight bodies were charred in the flames, two victims succumbed to burn injuries early Sunday at the Thane civil hospital."

2014-03-22 - Two tractor trailer crash shortly after 6 AM on I-95 in Bristol Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-22 - Tractor trailer and vehicle crash, tractor trailer bursts into flame, on I-10 in Ahwatukee (Arizona):

2014-03-22 - Tractor trailer overturns on highway in Greenfield (Wisconsin):

2014-03-22 - Pickup truck and SUV collide head-on in Somerset West (South Africa), 1 injured:

2014-03-22 - Two cars collide head-on, near coastal Taupo (New Zealand), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-22 - Car crashes into home, fire erupts, home destroyed, in Oakville (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2014-03-22 - Car hits power pole and home ignites and is destroyed by fire at the same time, in Winchester (New Zealand):

2014-03-22 - Vehicle veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, in Louisville (Kentucky), 2 injured:

2014-03-22 - Two vehicles collide head-on, near Orangeville (Canada), 1 killed, 5 injured:

2014-03-22 - Two vehicles crash, both burst into flame, in Buckingham Township (Pennsylvania), 2 killed:

2014-03-22 - Circus elephants escape arena, damage four vehicles, near the Missouri River in St. Charles (Missouri):

Quote: "Three female elephants from the Moolah Shrine Circus escaped their handlers in the children's ride section on Saturday. According to police, the elephants crushed numerous vehicles including RV's and the loading door of the family arena."

Note: Rampaging Elephant Doom within 15 miles of me - didn't see that coming!

2014-03-22 - Shark attacks and injures boy at North Palm Beach (Florida):

2014-03-22 - Shark attacks and kills man at Second Beach, Port St Johns (South Africa):

2014-03-22 - Massive landslide wipes out numerous homes near Oso (Washington), at least 8 killed, 7 injured, some missing:

Quote: "Authorities in rural Washington worked feverishly Sunday to find survivors after a landslide tore through the area north of Seattle, killing eight people and injuring seven. More than a dozen people are still unaccounted for."

Quote: "The 1-square-mile mudslide that struck Saturday morning also critically injured several people and destroyed about 30 homes."

Quote: "One witness said the slide came down right in front of him and 'it was like darkness' covering the road. Another man reported hearing the screams of a baby. The estimated milelong slide of dirt, trees, rocks and other debris cut off the city of Darrington north of Seattle and is blocking the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River. State Route 530 was completely closed near the town of Oso."

2014-03-22 - Sinkhole opens beneath home, home starts collapsing, in North Catasauqua (Pennsylvania):,0,4662069.story

2014-03-22 - Smell sickening people at office building in West Allis (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Everyone thought the sewer smell plaguing a West Allis office building would go away when two neighboring companies stopped loading up the sewer with wastewater, but the smell has only gotten worse. For the last four or five years, employees at an office building housing We Energies, 500 S. 116th St., have felt ill and some have gone home sick, said Brian Manthey, We Energies spokesman. Sewer fumes have emanated from restrooms but other fumes have come through the building's ventilation system."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is commonly called 'sewer gas' and it sounds like that's what's getting into this building, and it will definitely sicken people. In fact, it may cause long-term kidney and brain damage, among other things. I don't think I'd wanna be working in that building. West Allis is about 4 miles from Lake Michigan...

2014-03-22 - Man, 51, sickens on cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico, medevac'd off:

2014-03-22 - Man, 56, experiences stroke-like symptoms on cruise ship near Atlantic Beach (Florida), medevac'd off:

2014-03-22 - Gas smell forces evacuation of school in Opelousas (Louisiana), cause unknown:

Note: A natural gas line exploded in Opelousas recently too, mentioned in the 2014-03-13 update...

2014-03-22 - Roving band of teenagers assaults random people in Louisville (Kentucky):

Quote: "Spokesman Dwight Mitchell said the incidents started about 9 p.m. and involved about 10 to 15 teens assaulting apparently random victims in seven or eight incidents. The first incident occurred near the Big Four Bridge."

Note: That bridge goes over the Ohio River...

2014-03-22 - Fourteen earthquakes hit Oklahoma in two days:

Quote: "The U.S. Geological Survey has recorded 14 earthquakes in Oklahoma since about 9:30 p.m. Friday, the largest being a magnitude 4.0."


  1. In reverse today, Jonny:

    That 4.0 earthquake in OK is at a fracking site and much of the rest is a result of the movement of the North American Craton. Dutchsinse, who I've followed for a few years has a lot on earthquakes:

    The roving bands of teens isn't new and has plagued major cities like Philly in the past. What accounts for their behavior, however, is probably complicated and not primarily due to any one cause in every circumstance. To me it's just another symptom of the collapse of civilization. Indeed, the kids should be completely pissed that their future isn't going to be any fun.

    Landslides and sinkholes continuing and more PA action worries me (on top of all the other stuff - this is close-by).

    We looked at the sickening odors driving people out of buildings lately and here it is again, so an almost daily occurrence somewhere.

    Loads of vehicle crashes, buildings collapsing and bursting into flame, people of all ages dropping dead and businesses being destroyed - the hits to the insurance industry just keep coming! I don't see how they can keep up. Maybe they deny a lot of claims - "acts of God" - to stay solvent.

    Thanks again for all your work, Jonny!


    1. Quietly nationalize insurance industry, then connect insurance industry to Fed printing presses, possibly via quietly-nationalized banking system - tada! No need to worry about mortgaging anybody's future - there isn't one! It's the grandest fiscal magic trick evah, basically summoning money from a nonexistent future to use in the increasingly painful present. Ya gotta wonder if that's not been done.

  2. In the spirit of Socratic questioning... I have NOT been able to find any evidence to support the assertion that H2S, in low quantities, can spontaneously ignite. A 4.3% concentration seems to be required, which is - as you know - a shit-ton of H2S. Clearly there isn't that much ambient H2S or there would be a LOT more deaths - impossible to ignore or cover-up. Have you given any thought to this?

    1. Sure, there's a lot of methane coming up everywhere TOO, which means there doesn't have to be as much H2S. A dash of H2S - who knows, perhaps just a little glob of molecules - and some methane and some rusty iron or electrified copper and...boom! Well, okay, a glob of molecules might only make a spark, but when it lands on a car tire or some hay or cardboard, it'll ignite that stuff, sometimes anyway. And if there's ENOUGH methane then you'd get one of those mysterious neighborhood-shaking explosions.

      And we don't really know how many people are dying. Who do you trust for those stats? The people hiding the event...or count the bodies yourself I guess. Most deaths are occurring without any news story, just the wail of another siren in the night, carting away the 'untimely death' corpse of another person. Of the three friends of mine who dropped dead, there was a grand total of zero news stories, despite the fact that all three were people in their early 40s.

      I think it's mainly the fires and explosions that wake people up though. Gettin' kinda hard to explain away all the homes exploding and parked vehicles igniting. And we've barely begun with the passenger planes crashing out of the sky.

    2. Holy shit, Jonny. I think I might have something. I was inspired to dig a little deeper after considering the possibility of H2S and methane simultaneously releasing. I looked at what happens when H2S and methane combine. I'll be damned - they turn into carbon disulfide and hydrogen gas. Can we say "boom"? Oh, the humanity....
      However, I didn't know much about carbon disulfide. And lo and behold, it sounds a lot like our other friends:
      Neurotoxic - causing all kinds of problems including "mood changes"
      Highly explosive
      Smells like "rotten eggs"

      Welp, I'm gobsmacked. Time to email my engineer brother again. :)

      Keep on keeping on, Jonny.

      Carbon Disulfide EPA fact sheet:

    3. Whoa, mama, good find! And yes, very similar characteristics to hydrogen sulfide too, amazingly so even. Bleh, our atmosphere is turning into a chemical soup, a hostile one.

    4. Ya know, this may actually be what's killing a lot of the people and animals.

      Quote: "Carbon disulfide breaks down into other chemical substances after it enters the body. Medical tests can measure levels of these substances in urine and blood, but the tests are not reliable indicators of total exposure."

      So it's like hydrogen sulfide in that respect too, just kinda disappears after it does its damage, but then the damage itself might make your lungs seize or a clot might be released and kill you days later, 'natural causes', 'Sudden Adult Death Syndrome', 'medical episode', etc.

      So if hydrogen sulfide doesn't get you itself, but meets some methane along the way, then it's pretty much all the same, except it might be carbon disulfide that gets you instead. On the other hand, that'd get rid of some methane, but then it'd give us more hydrogen. Heh, it ALL sucks.

    5. Also, here's something interesting. Carbon disulfide reacts with nitrous oxide in a fiery reaction called the 'Barking Dog':

      Nitrous oxide is given off by the breakdown of ammonium nitrate (fertilizer). Remember that freaking gigantic explosion at that fertilizer factory in West (Texas)? Hmmm, did they get 'Barking Dog'd'?

    6. It's me - forgot to leave my name earlier.
      You're right - it's a toxic chemical soup.
      Great find on the barking dog reaction. I'll be damned - I think that's another brick in the wall, so to speak, and it makes the fertilizer factory better make sense.

    7. Haha, thanks! No idea how I missed THAT reaction. I made an assumption I think: that if landfills and previous planetary extinction events give/gave off both gases, then they wouldn't react with each other. Stupid assumption, blind spot, wrong. More minds looking at the problem = better understanding. Glad you found your way here!

      And all the people dying in bodies of water - carbon disulfide is a LIQUID below 115F, so of course it will end up in the same places that water does. Then if you BATHE in it, well, that just can't be good. So even bodies of water that aren't themselves spewing methane or hydrogen sulfide will still get contaminated by hydrogen sulfide blowing by and settling and dissolving AND by carbon disulfide flowing downhill into the water whenever it rains out of the sky.

  3. Amazing. As we delve deeper into this phenomena it just keeps getting worse!


    1. Here's some more 'worse'. First, the Wiki link:

      Quote: "Carbon disulfide is naturally formed in the mudpots of volcanic solfataras. It serves as a source of hydrogen sulfide, which is an electron donor for certain organisms that oxidize it into sulphuric acid or related sulfur oxides. The hyperthermophilic Acidianus strain was found to convert CS2 into H2S and CO2."

      So there are creatures out there that will turn it right back into H2S.

      Quote: "Carbon disulfide is used as an insecticide for the fumigation of grains, nursery stock, in fresh fruit conservation and as a soil disinfectant against insects and nematodes."

      So it'll kill bugs, which would also include bees. So when they say they found some bees (or anything really) and think pesticide killed them - could be, but it could be carbon disulfide, which IS a pesticide.

      Quote: "Carbon disulfide is a solvent for phosphorus, sulfur, selenium, bromine, iodine, fats, resins, rubber, and asphalt."

      So it will dissolve fats and rubber (tires, gasket seals, etc) and asphalt.

      Quote: "At high levels, carbon disulfide may be life-threatening because it affects the nervous system. Significant safety data comes from the viscose rayon industry, where both carbon disulfide as well as small amounts of H2S may be present."

      So, like hydrogen sulfide, it will destroy peoples' minds.

      Now, there is one good thing - it is liquid, not gas, below 115.3 degrees Fahrenheit, or 46.3 degrees Celsuis. So hydrogen sulfide will be the more likely gas that we encounter but carbon disulfide may contaminate the water supply more. And sometimes it does get hot enough that it will be a gas too.

      And notice that methane, hydrogen sulfide and the two combination gases, carbon disulfide and hydrogen, are ALL flammable. And carbon disulfide will burn at 1.3% air mix, so it's even MORE volatile than hydrogen sulfide, which is already ridiculously volatile.

      And if you start tracing out some of the secondary chemical reactions with those four chemicals, and add in ozone and carbon dioxide and oxygen and nitrogen and water, you start getting gnarly stuff like sulfuric acid. So that weird snow that smelled like chemicals when people burned it - who knows what was in that. Some kind of toxic stew falling on us in frozen/solid form, probably somewhat water still, but with other stuff mixed in there too.

    2. Also, if some gaseous hydrogen sulfide meets some methane in the air above us and forms hydrogen and carbon disulfide, if the temp is less than 115 degrees Fahrenheit, it's gonna turn back into a liquid and rain down insecticide. So that might explain the chemtrails right over croplands too, in part - protect the plants from the rising UV and also keep the methane in the upper atmosphere from touching any hydrogen sulfide blowing around in the lower atmosphere and turning into liquid insecticide right over our crops and the insects that pollinate them. It might actually help with pests, but it would be indiscriminate.

  4. So, do you believe that all the data is being sewn up in regards to population / mortality rate? Because I've just spent 20 minutes looking through data from the CDC and the death rate is decreasing (at least through 2011). And population in the US is growing at a normal rate, according to the same charts.

    I believe that a conspiracy to obfuscate reported demographic data could theoretically exist, but I find it difficult to believe that people are just dropping dead and it isn't being reported... do you have evidence to support that it is indeed the case?

    This is actually a big issue for people like my engineer brother - if the hypothesis is true, then where are the bodies?

    1. This is clearly the biggest conspiracy of all time - to hide the end of the world from the people living on the world. So yeah, why couldn't they obfuscate it? Centralized data, nationalize whatever you need to nationalize to make it so if there are any real holes where he truth might leak through.

      Okay, I mentioned that night with the weird smell and the flock of birds dropping dead across the street from me. Well, that wasn't the entirety of that bizarre 24 hours. I also heard a man gasping and choking out, 'Help!' I'd sealed up my windows with plastic sheeting, so I couldn't see him, but it sounded dire.

      So, I did the responsible thing and called 911. I mentioned the flock of dead birds and the man gasping for help. The operator asked me if they should send someone. Ya know, asking that question at all is illegal, because of gun-to-the-head possibilities. So right then and there I realized something: they'd co-opted the 911 system itself. Take a call, if it's something they're trying to hide, they have people to clean up the mess. If it's a 'normal' 911 call maybe they forward it on.

      In any case, no cops showed up. But about an hour later a street sweeper came by, at 3:30 AM, mind you, and paused to clean up the birds. By morning, all looked normal, like nothing untoward had ever happened.

      Not done yet!

      That morning, I went out on my porch, said bye to my neighbor. His fireplace was off, no smoke coming out. Well, about two hours later, a mysterious white van pulled up behind his house and I saw a man back there. Shortly later, my friend's chimney stack started smoking. That guy had gone into my neighbor's house and turned on his fireplace! And then while the fireplace was smoking, the guy with the truck started a vacuum, like he was sucking up something - like a gas! I couldn't see exactly what he was doing for sure, but I know the sound of a vacuum. After that went on for a while, I saw the guy disappear behind my neighbor's house, and then the smoke from the chimney stopped, and the guy drove away in his truck.

      Sooooo...yeah, I think they are hiding quite a lot of things, including death rates and body counts. It was, I thought, rather nice to start the fireplace and try to cook out any residual H2S that might be around AND vacuum up any between houses, which seems like what that guy was doing. It was creepy as shit to have that entire night's experience sort of ERASED though.

    2. Thanks for sharing.... just so I follow - is your neighbor dead? Because that IS a pretty big deal, if that's true.

      What area (roughly) do you live in? Because my sister-in-law is actually a 911 operator out here in California. If there is a conspiracy, she isn't a part of it. If "they" are intercepting 911 calls, they would have to be doing it above her level (at the county). That's a whole lot of manpower to screen every 911 call (especially here in California where you already get put on hold sometimes because so many tards are dialing 911 for a runny nose). It's possible, of course.

      I believe your experience, but one anecdotal story isn't exactly a slam dunk. Do you have any more evidence that deaths are being covered up?

      Out here, at least, people in my life don't seem to be having "medical events" and are not dropping dead.

      I suppose it could be a regional-type thing..... I do live in the foothills, not at sea level.

      Any additional thoughts or evidence would be welcome.

      And plastic sheets over your windows? Are you living bunkered up these days or what? ;)

    3. Naw, what evidence could I have? I don't go to mortuaries and get tallies, or go to cemeteries and see how many new plots are being dug. The only place to get reliable data is the government, and they're the least likely to provide it.

      I thought my neighbor was dead - he's an awesome guy too, and I would've been really bummed! But woever it was gasping and choking right after the birds dropped dead from the sky with the odor, it wasn't him. And why they picked HIS house, to vacuum around or to bust into and turn his fireplace on for, I have no idea. Why not mine? Heh, I was about 100 feet closer to the dead birds than HIS house!

      They built that gigantic new NSA data center in Utah (not a bad place). With some sophisticated automation and a few billion dollars, they could replace the 911 system with an 'overlay' master system riding on top. No normal 911 operators would ever need to know.

      I replaced the plastic sheets with Reflectix and duct tape - better insulation, which means the AC pulls in less outside air, which means less chance of pulling in something toxic. Otherwise, no, not really bunkered up - just bettter insulated!

      I dunno what evidence of people dying you'd want. Do as I'm doing and watch your friends. I'm down 3 so far, and another with neurological damage after taking walks outside. Once you're down enough friends then that should be adequate evidence. Of course, nothing says you might not be the first in your circle of friends to mysteriously die either, assuming none have already.

    4. Also, that's not 3 dead out of like 1000 acquaintances. I had about 20 people that I'd count, so that's 15%. A 15% mysterious death rate in people in their early 40s, and another 5% with neurological issues, in a short period of time - clearly not normal. Your mileage may vary, of course.

  5. Hmmm.... I will continue to monitor and report, of course.

    Every other piece is now in place for me logically for this hypothesis. But no dead friends, family, or acquaintances. No "medical events". Yet.

    Like you said, maybe it will be me who goes first!

    1. Hah, well I'm obviously in a bad area. I guess river valleys suck almost as bad as coasts, and I'm dead smack in the middle of the biggest river valley in the United States. So these foothills of yours, which side of the mountains or whatever are you on, if you don't mind me asking? On the north and/or east side?

    2. Oh, and my area - St. Louis, Misery, er, Missouri.

    3. Nope - in El Dorado County, which is on the western slope of the Sierra Nevadas.

      Dry as a bone out here in California too, which doesn't help with the fires.

    4. High elevation with land sloping away from you?

    5. Yes. That is most definitely the terrain type.

    6. Ah, I see. turned terrain on. So that area slopes down toward Folsom Lake. An electrical box just burst into flame in Folsom yesterday, then the fire spread to some buildings. (Next update. Heh.)

      You'd probably be safer on the east side of the mountains, because then any heavier-than-air gas that gets blown over the mountains might just blow over you and miss you entirely. But on the west side, if it doesn't make it over, it may slide back down, but in your case, it'd keep on going, down to those lower elevation areas, so you're still somewhat safer.

      Just trying to get a grasp of how the 'better' areas work. Not really for my benefit, since I don't see me relocating, but just for the sake of general knowledge which others might find useful.

  6. Yes - I dine at La Hacienda in Folsom from time to time.

    LOTS of electrical fires around in Folsom like this. Lots of PG&E crews doing mysterious underground repairs.

    Also our fair share of corpses in the Sac area - but none I personally know.

    Well, that's not entirely true. My high school classmate's little brother was found dead in the river a few weeks ago. You mentioned it in your update, of course. They think it was suicide. I'm not convinced.

    Maybe I need to look harder.

  7. 1st...

    I am surprised. Pleasantly that is. You allowed a strong message yesterday.

    My current... final evaluation (my personal opinion, your opinion may be whatever you want) of the never before event... closure of all world-wide Israel embassies:

    The World Trade Center, Fukushima #3, Flight 370... Strike 3...

    Someone has given you mercy. Be thankful for your life... Be thankful for Peaceful, Healthy, Happy People...

    Or be eliminated...

    Soul to Soul... I'd choose option 1. Just saying LOL.


  8. 2nd

    I was wondering about ashalt... Carbon Disulphide... I guess I'm gonna evolve into a chemist LMAO.

    Sometime ago, I read "The Hundred Year Lie". A report on the history of chemicals used in Modern Society. Seems that most all Modern materials are derived from Petroleum. Sadly, many greenhouse gasses are attracted to many modern materials.

    What if the world had remained on "Hemp". It'd be a different world I think. And Jonny's right, extinction has happened before without us People.

    It is a truly a fantastical, amazing time to be alive...

    Today, BIN (BeforeIt'sNews) posted a helpful article. Something to sooth the savage beast... Homemade weapons.

    Yes! HomeMade weapons. I think I'm gonna get me a studded club LOL ugh.

    So, club or Glock.

    I think I'd prefer option 2.

    Excellent info today. Thank You All! PeterC

  9. Quick question: I heard that hemp absorbs 20x the CO2 of trees... How tolerate is hemp of High UV sun, and how well does hemp absorb/metabolize green house gasses ie H2S, Carbon disulfide (CS2??), and CH4 (Methane)? I looked, can't find, Thank You. PeterC

    1. I dunno! I doubt anyone's really done such experiment, at least publicly. But hemp does grow fast at least - not called 'weed' for nothin' - so if some dies off from the UV and/or hydrogen sulfide and/or other gases/liquids like carbon disulfide, then at least new growth would spring up rapidly and get to work again.

      Plants are nature's air filters and oxygen creators, so the more plants of any kind growing - if they can - the better for everyone. Still gonna try a garden here, but it's still cold - snowed a little here today again, and no idea when I can safely plant. In 2012 I was able to put plants outside on March 26. That won't happen this year.

  10. What's the chances... reports that Flight#370 has been surrendered, recovered by the Dutch, and now held at Frankfurt.

    I echo his sentiments: "Great Job Everyone!!!"

    Just for awareness, main stream media reports the plane is down/missing.

    What the msm reports does not concern me.

    I just consider this small step to be a giant leap for mankind :)

    We are on the path... Peaceful, Healthy, Happy People.

    Now, about using hemp as a green house gas digester... What's the chances... PeterC

    1. I'm all for growing some serious hemp. Useful plant, grows fast, cleans the air. I went on a rampage a few years ago and planted 'strong hemp' (heh) all throughout Forest Park. They destroyed most of it, but one little plant was still alive and lurking behind some bushes near the gorilla exhibit when I looked later that year. I thought of it as sort of a peaceful protest.

  11. Heh 30+ years ago, I was cooking weed oil on the stove, got too hot, just about BOOMED myself LMAO! PeterC

  12. Anybody could find out that hemp was THE source of material, with hundreds of uses. Then the big fork in the road... petroleum was the chosen path. Well Jonny, thanks to your 766 continuous days of Angelic determination... we are rapidly approaching another big fork in the road, maybe... The tops minds are on this already I think. The gas is oozing, bubbling up from the deep. Perhaps Super World Leader effort will get this planet greened up asap. Then we could get together for a beer, and toast to Peaceful, Healthy, Happy People! Cheers, PeterC