Sunday, May 4, 2014

Event Update For 2014-05-03

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

2014-05-03 - Pallet warehouse erupts in flame after midnight, fire spreads, rescue mission destroyed, in North Hollywood (California):,0,3332907.story

Quote: "Authorities are trying to determine the cause of a massive fire that destroyed a rescue mission in North Hollywood and displaced more than a dozen people. The fire broke out early Saturday morning at a wood pallet warehouse adjacent to the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission in the 134000 block of Saticoy Street."

Quote: "The fire was initially reported as a large outdoor palette [sic] fire that extended to an adjacent one-story commercial building that houses the San Fernando Rescue Mission."

Quote: "According to the rescue mission, the fire caused $2 million in damage."

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." Also notice that the pile of pallets that ignited was outdoors, fully exposed to whatever was blowing by in the atmosphere. The only mistake this rescue mission made is being located next to a big-ass pile of outdoor pallets...

2014-05-03 - Timber pallets burst into flame at steel business in coastal Port Kembla, Wollongong (Australia):

Quote: "A large fire that sparked in BlueScope Steel's recycling area on Friday afternoon was extinguished late Saturday. The fire started when timber pallets ignited for an unknown reason about 1.30pm on Friday. Fire and Rescue NSW Inspector Jay Bland said the blaze was finally put out at about 3pm on Saturday."

Note: Must've been quite a fire, considering it took them more than 24 hours to extinguish it. Pallets, steel company, right on the coast...

2014-05-03 - Duplex explodes and burns in Horsham (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Firefighters from Horsham and nearby municipalities responded to the 100 block of Woodlawn Avenue about 9:15 p.m. Saturday following reports of a loud explosion and a large fire in a duplex."

2014-05-03 - Scrap metal recycling business damaged by huge blaze in Bridgeport (Texas):

Quote: "Firefighters from five agencies battled a large scrap yard fire in Wise County on Saturday afternoon. A fire at Bridgeport Iron and Metal sent huge plumes of black smoke into the air. The business is located at 3261 South State Highway 101."

Note: That's just east (downwind) of Lake Bridgeport. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2014-05-03 - Chemical factory devastated by massive inferno, dozens of nearby homes burn too, in Ajmer (India):

Quote: "Ajmer: A massive fire broke out in Ajmer's chemical factory, which left dozens of house on blaze. The fire resulted a hefty loss of property, even after the fire vehicles immediately reached to douse the massive flame, as per reports."

2014-05-03 - Chemical factory destroyed by fire in the wee hours in Faisalabad (Pakistan):

2014-05-03 - Pool chemical business erupts in flame in Balcatta (Australia), 2 miles east (downwind) of the ocean:

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."

2014-05-03 - Fireworks factory hit by deadly blaze in Ujjain (India), 15 killed, 12 injured:

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Ammo depots will be hit with explosions and fires, including the civilian versions like fireworks factories."

2014-05-03 - Ability to breathe improves after recycling plant fire in Toledo (Ohio):

Note: Time to partay, breathable air again!

2014-05-03 - Antique cars and private storage building destroyed by huge blaze near Stevensville (Montana):

Quote: "Malone did not know what the building was used for, but said he saw several antique cars inside of the burning structure and was told by locals at the scene that it was a private storage garage."

Note: You can kinda look at things as if we're under attack by our own vehicles. They're burning down our homes, our businesses, our infrastructure, our landscape (lotsa wildfires started by vehicles bursting into flame), burning people to death, holding people underwater after vehicles go into bodies of water, mowing down pedestrians when drivers lose consciousness. Kinda like that Stephen King movie 'Maximum Overdrive', where the vehicles became aware and hostile because of a passing comet or something, except in reality the attacks are more fire-based and mindlessly random. Screw fiction, reality is way more...something. Definitely way more something...

2014-05-03 - Boat explodes and burns at Morehead City Yacht Basin in coastal Morehead City (North Carolina), 2 injured:

Quote: "Witnesses told fire crews the vessel had just been filled with fuel when the explosion occurred."

Quote: "Pollard says he's never had something like this happen at Morehead City Yacht Basin."

Note: Sounds like the work of the Ghostly Match again. I mentioned the danger of the Ghostly Match in regards to refueling. A number of people have been killed by fire and/or explosion at gas stations while gassing up ground vehicles similarly. Same problem, and you won't see it coming until it's too late...

2014-05-03 - In separate events, passenger bus and pickup truck burst into flame in the wee hours while parked in coastal Albany (Australia):

Note: They're assuming arson, but they haven't ruled out hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with electrified copper or rusty iron/steel, so they don't actually know if it's arson or not. Given the fact that these fires occurred right on the coast and given the timeframe in which they occurred, it's more probable that they spontaneously ignited, and that conclusion is supported by the fact that there's no motive, no witnesses, no surveillance footage, no evidence of any kind that people were involved in starting these fires. The same exact thing is happening in cities and towns all over the world, and has been for some time, but obviously these fire officials are ignorant of that fact. To be fair, these fire investigators here are no more incompetent than fire investigators in other cities have been. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane in the air above closer to the ground, making fires, explosions and animals and people sickening and dying more common during those hours...

2014-05-03 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the M6 in the West Midlands (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Three propane tanker trucks burst into flame after 1 AM while parked at business in Frederick (Maryland):

Quote: "The fire was reported early Saturday morning in the supply yard at an AmeriGas facility. Firefighters arrived to find the cabs of three trucks ablaze."

2014-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3 AM on I-80 near Woodland (Pennsylvania):

2014-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-85 near Carnesville (Georgia):

2014-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-15 near Beaver (Utah):

2014-05-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-94 in Parma Township (Michigan):

2014-05-03 - Box truck bursts into flame and explodes on I-90 in Elgin (Illinois):

Quote: "But before firefighters could arrive, the truck exploded. It became totally involved in flame, throwing flaming gasoline onto the adjacent grass and covering the roadway with a cloud of thick black smoke."

2014-05-03 - Three luxury cars destroyed by fire in Burnside area of coastal Adelaide (Australia), blamed on battery charger:

Note: Seen this numerous times now. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. So you open your car's hood and expose the car's thick copper battery cables and other wiring more fully to the atmosphere, then connect some more electrified copper to your vehicle's wiring, and there are gonna be fires, and there'll more such fires as time goes on. Most of the fires that have been igniting in parked vehicles around the world begin in the engine compartment, where the battery and battery cables are located. Same problem. If you have multiple vehicles parked near each other, then the problem is compounded. This one fire was an $800,000 loss. (Must've been three NICE cars!) If you're going to use a battery charger, you might wanna run a long extension cord and keep the vehicle away from anything you don't want to see on fire while you're charging the battery, like other vehicles, or buildings. That way, worst case, you're 'only' down one vehicle...

2014-05-03 - Three cars go up in flames at 3:30 AM while parked on street in Deal (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2014-05-03 - Car bursts into flame just before 5 AM on I-85 in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2014-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on I-5 in coastal Shoreline (Washington):

2014-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Caswell Drive in Canberra (Australia):

2014-05-03 - Car bursts into flame on Long Lanes in St Erth (Britain), 2 miles from the ocean:

2014-05-03 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Alpass Avenue in Bewsey, Warrington (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

2014-05-03 - Horse trailer bursts into flame at residence in Palermo (California), near the Thermalito Afterbay:

2014-05-03 - Auto shop destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM on Westville Lake Road in Beloit (Wisconsin):

2014-05-03 - Barn destroyed by fire in South Columbus (Ohio):

2014-05-03 - Barn damaged by fire near Lowell (Arkansas):

2014-05-03 - Multiple brush fires ignite along I-8 near Alpine and Pine Valley (California):

Note: Nice pic of firefighting helicopter dropping load in the first link...

2014-05-03 - Brush fire erupts near Lake Elsinore (California):

2014-05-03 - Brush fire ignites near the Scott River and the Klamath River in Klamath National Forest (California):

Quote: "It's across from the mouth of the Scott River and on the south side of the Klamath River. Fire officials say power lines passing through the area of the fire have been de-energized. As a result, downriver communities have been without electricity since last night."

2014-05-03 - Tree nursery hit by fire in Fort Mill (South Carolina):

Quote: "Firefighters said the fire started in the storage area of TBK Wholesale and a concrete block wall prevented the fire from spreading into nearby woods. Firefighters said the fire burned a pile of pallets, cardboard, potting soil, and other discarded landscape items."

2014-05-03 - Paper mill damaged by fire in Rothschild (Wisconsin):

2014-05-03 - Mulch bursts into flame outside grocery store, fire spreads to building, in Marstons Mills (Massachusetts):

Note: Very near the Marston Mills River and near the East Coast too...

2014-05-03 - Transformer bursts into flame in Willowbrook on coastal Staten Island (New York), nearly 1000 homes go dark:

2014-05-03 - Transformer sparks, ignites fire, at least six shops destroyed, in Bhopal (India):

2014-05-03 - Solar panels burst into flame on roof of home in Addiscombe area of coastal London (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Restaurant damaged by major fire in coastal Fall River (Massachusetts), fire started outside:

Quote: "...they found a fire that had started outside had now jumped onto the building."

2014-05-03 - Garage bursts into flame at 12:40 AM, fire spreads to home, in Harris County (Texas):

2014-05-03 - Garage bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, in Paso Robles (California):

2014-05-03 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at holiday park in coastal St Osyth (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Deadly blaze rips through home just before 2 AM in Lakeland (Minnesota), 1 killed:

2014-05-03 - Deadly fire destroys home at 3 AM in Taylor Mill (Kentucky), 1 killed:

2014-05-03 - Vacant building burns at 6 AM in Curwensville (Pennsylvania):

2014-05-03 - Vacant mobile home burns at 5:30 AM in Juniper Bay (South Carolina), near the coast:

2014-05-03 - Vacant home burns on Cohasse Street in Southbridge (Massachusetts), near Cohasse Brook:

2014-05-03 - Vacant house burns at 3:30 AM in Dupo (Illinois), just east (downwind) of the Mississippi River:

2014-05-03 - Vacant home destroyed by fire just before 2 AM in Lower Price Hill, Cincinnati (Ohio):

2014-05-03 - More than a thousand fish wash ashore dead in Lake Dalrymple (Canada):

2014-05-03 - College student, athlete, woman, 19 or 20, drops dead in dorm room in Warner (Oklahoma):

2014-05-03 - Man in his 40s drops dead in hotel in Lee's Summit (Missouri):

2014-05-03 - Woman found dead in the Chattahoochee River in Gwinnett County (Georgia):

2014-05-03 - Man found dead in dry creek bed of the Lindo Channel in Chico (California):

2014-05-03 - Man, 22, found dead in the Kondli Canal in Delhi (India):

2014-05-03 - Man found dead in apartment swimming pool in Baton Rouge (Louisiana), another person injured:

2014-05-03 - Man goes swimming, doesn't resurface, found dead in retention pond, in Crosby (Texas):

Quote: "The man who owns the property said one of his workers was swimming in the retention pond and never came back up."

Note: That's what happens when you lose consciousness in the water. You have lungs full of air, but the second you lose consciousness, your lungs exhale all that air, because breathing is an involuntary reflex, and then you inhale water, your body loses all buoyancy, and you don't resurface and your corpse is found later. Hydrogen sulfide can knock you unconscious virtually instantly - it's called a 'knockdown agent' for that reason - and it is water soluble, so people are being poisoned by contact with contaminated water. It's also a heavier-than-air gas so it will tend to accumulate in all the same places that water does. The day prior, 10 people had contact with water and died, and eight more lost consciousness, in Dera Ismail Khan (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2014-05-03 update...

2014-05-03 - Man, 53, found dead in garage at home in North Houston (Texas):

2014-05-03 - Woman in her 30s found dead in the Hudson River in coastal New York City (New York):

2014-05-03 - Woman found dead at home at 3:35 AM in Teesside (Britain), near the River Tees:

2014-05-03 - Man in his 60s found dead in his truck near Little Buffalo State Park near Newport (Pennsylvania), near Holman Lake:

2014-05-03 - Man, 45, found dead in wooded area in Brooksville (Florida):

2014-05-03 - Small plane crashes in field in Bluffdale (Utah), near the Jordan River, engine failure, 2 lightly injured:

2014-05-03 - Small plane crashes in Kilifi (Kenya), 1 killed:

2014-05-03 - Small plane crash lands at Temple Bruer, near Wellingore (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Helicopter makes emergency landing in the Whittier Narrows Recreation Area (California), 2 injured:

2014-05-03 - Passenger bus plunges into deep gorge in Poonch District (India), 29 injured:

2014-05-03 - Passenger bus crashes in Udipur (Nepal), 19 injured:

2014-05-03 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Gadsden County (Florida), 1 killed:

2014-05-03 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-290 in Westchester (Illinois), 2 injured:

2014-05-03 - Tourist van plunges 50 feet into pit near Dum Dum Rock, near Kodaikanal (India), 15 lightly injured:

Note: 'We hope you'll complete a customer satisfaction survey after the tour. Your driver has those, located in the glove compartment of that van in the pit there.'

2014-05-03 - Minivan crashes and bursts into flame on US 10 in Bay County (Michigan):

2014-05-03 - SUV veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Alexandria (Ohio), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-05-03 - Car hits school bus head-on, in West Pensacola (Florida), near the coast, 1 killed, 2 injured:

2014-05-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, near Whiteville (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2014-05-03 - Car and pickup crash, one bursts into flame, in Oviedo (Florida):

2014-05-03 - Two cars collide head-on in Riverside (Ohio), 2 injured:

2014-05-03 - Two cars crash, one bursts into flame on the A49 at Croxton Green, Malpas (Britain):

2014-05-03 - Car hits motorcycle, car bursts into flame, in Douglass Township, Montgomery County (Pennsylvania):

2014-05-03 - Car veers off road, hits pole, on I-80 near Wendover (Nevada), 1 killed:

2014-05-03 - Car plows into home in Natick (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2014-05-03 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Sparta Township (Michigan), 3 injured:

2014-05-04 - Three pit bulls attack and kill 20-year-old woman in Smiths Station (Alabama):

2014-05-03 - Sinkhole opens on Boca Lagoon Drive in coastal Panama City Beach (Florida):

2014-05-03 - Sinkhole opens in parking lot, traps fire truck, in coastal Avondale, Jacksonville (Florida):

2014-05-03 - Sinkhole opens near Canal Road in Conewago Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-05-03 - Magnitude 6.6 and 6.1 earthquakes strike in the ocean near the Fiji Islands:

2014-05-03 - Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) bakes, temps set to hit 96 degrees Fahrenheit, records being broken:

Quote: "The forecast high in Oklahoma City Sunday is 95 degrees. The record for this date is 93 set in 1955. Monday and Tuesday appear to be record-setting days, too. Monday's forecast high is 96 with the record at 94 from 1940. Tuesday's forecast high is 95 degrees and record 92 from 1918. The last time Oklahoma City reached 90 degrees was April 26 of this year. The earliest the city saw triple-digit heat last year was in July."

Note: We're not even halfway through spring and boom, it's summer!

2014-05-03 - Britain braces for Asian predatory wasp invasion:

Quote: "The hornets, called Vespa velutina nigrithorax, have spread from China through Asia and into Europe. They have already spread as far west as Spain, Portugal and France. In France six people have died from anaphylactic shock after being stung by the hornets, including a 54 year old man who died in 2012 after disturbing a nest. Government ministers fear the hornets could cross the channel from continental Europe this summer in consignments of fruits, timber or cut flowers. The warm weather in southern parts of the UK could provide the conditions that will allow the Asian hornet to thrive."

Note: Maybe they can convince the giant rats to eat the predatory wasps!

2014-05-03 - Responders train for planes crashing and burning, in Flagstaff (Arizona):


  1. Thanks for the report Jonny - with more PA incidents and your good humor interspersed throughout. You have to have a certain attitude to be able to even do this kind of reporting and not be overcome with fear and depression (panic, on the other hand, is normal).

    Just awaitin' my turn, doin' the best I can with what I got . . .

    The dog stories are hard to read. Here you have (a) family pet(s) that you've loved and taken care of for all of its (their) life (lives) and one day it (they) turn(s) on you or chomps your child's head, out of the clear blue! Same with our trusty cars that we spend too much on to keep maintained - all of a sudden, boom - and your house can be torched and everyone killed as a result. And now we have the ground right under our feet (or houses) is subsiding just like that too.
    Makes for some tense living.


    1. I lean on Frank Herbert and the Bene Gesserit 'Litany Against Fear' sometimes: "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."