Sunday, July 13, 2014

Event Update For 2014-07-12

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

2014-07-12 - Packaging shop explodes and burns in coastal Istanbul (Turkey), 3 killed, 11 injured:

Quote: "It is the second explosion caused by gas in as many days in Turkey. On Friday, a blast in a bakery in the southwestern city of Denizli killed one person and injured 36 others."

Quote: "Istanbul Gas Distribution Industry and Trade Incorporated Company (IGDAS) said in a written statement that there was no natural gas line in the area, increasing the possibility that a problem with the industrial gas cylinders led to the blast."

Note: As the atmosphere is increasingly contaminated by highly volatile methane and hydrogen sulfide, more OTHER flammable stuff will be igniting and/or exploding too, including gas cylinders, propane tanks, underground gas lines, propane barbecue grills, vehicles, and more. Did anyone check the air to see if there was any of either gas present before either of these explosions? Nope, so there may have been, and there probably was.

If they were smart they'd check the bottom of the seas around the western and northern edges of Turkey to see if there's gas bubbling up. Israel checked their coastline and they found hundreds of gas springs leaking from the sea floor, mentioned in the 2012-11-12 update. The US checked at least the East Coast and found a huge 2.5-gigaton methane hydrate deposit melting away off the East Coast. That's happening now in a variety of places around the world. Also, 15 boats just went up in flames in the wee hours while docked at a marina in Istanbul, mentioned in the 2014-07-10 update. I lived in Turkey for a while, south of Istanbul on the coast in Izmir, and I can tell you for a fact that these events are not normal or routine...

2014-07-12 - Three-story shop building explodes and burns in Ang Thong Province (Thailand), 16 injured:

2014-07-12 - Scrap metal business hit by fire in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan:

Quote: "Miller Compressing is a scrap operation where cars are crushed for their metal."

2014-07-12 - Auto parts business hit by fire, two junk cars burn, in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2014-07-12 - Chemical plant erupts in flame in the Town of Tonawanda (New York):

2014-07-12 - Recycling facility damaged by fire in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2014-07-12 - Recycling facility damaged by fire in Warren (Michigan):

2014-07-12 - State Bank of India building damaged by major fire in coastal Chennai (India):

2014-07-12 - Two school buses destroyed by fire before 1 AM while parked at facility in coastal Yona on the island of Guam:

Note: These are the 8th and 9th school buses to burn in July, with 51 burned school buses since May 1st...

2014-07-12 - Transit bus bursts into flame at 1:20 AM while parked at depot in Ottawa (Canada):

2014-07-12 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame on the Florida Turnpike near coastal Lake Worth (Florida):

Quote: "A car-carrying truck caught fire on Florida’s Turnpike on Saturday afternoon, damaging the semi and four cars on board, authorities said."

2014-07-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 near Roland (Oklahoma):

2014-07-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-68 in Cumberland (Maryland):

2014-07-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at industrial estate in Bourton-on-the-Water (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Tractor (telehandler) and barn destroyed by fire at 12:38 AM at Sopers Hill, Tamerton Foliot in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Bucket truck bursts into flame while parked inside business in Hopedale (Massachusetts):

Quote: "He said the truck that sparked the fire was a total loss, and the garage suffered heavy smoke damage while offices located in the building suffered moderate smoke damage. Daige estimated the total losses to be around $125,000."

2014-07-12 - RV bursts into flame, ignites grass fire, near Aumsville (Oregon), near Salem:

Quote: "A motorhome caught fire Saturday afternoon near the town of Aumsville, Ore. just east of Salem causing a nearby field to catch on fire as well."

2014-07-12 - RV bursts into flame on Stoke Pound Lane in Bromsgrove (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Jamestown (California):

2014-07-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Liberty (Illinois):

2014-07-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame as man works on it, fire spreads to garage, in Liverpool (New York), 1 injured:

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on road in coastal Belfast (Maine):

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Bradford (Pennsylvania):

Note: Address listed is about 1000 feet east (downwind) of Tunungwant Creek...

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame at home, fire damages home too, in Montgomery (Alabama):

2014-07-12 - Four cars destroyed by fire while parked in underground parking garage in Ghaziabad (India):

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame on the A16 near Fotherby (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame just before 2 AM while parked in coastal St Austell (Britain):

Note: I just kinda ignore their arson proclamations now, seeing as they're uninformed about what's going on, and rarely - if ever - do they present any actual evidence of arson. But the arson proclamations are handy in the sense that that tells me this was a parked vehicle, whereas otherwise I wouldn't know that...

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked on Longland Way in Castlefield, High Wycombe (Britain):

Note: 'Britain destroyed by fire, arson suspected.' Blah blah blah. Any actual evidence of arson? Nope, just suspicion based on ignorance again, because this was another parked vehicle...

2014-07-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked at McDonald's on Worcester Road in Wychbold (Britain):

Note: No arson suspected?! Ah, right, because this time there were witnesses. No witnesses = arson, that's the gist of their 'logic'. Cars are spontaneously igniting whether there are witnesses or not. The cars do not care if people are around or not...

2014-07-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-15 in San Bernardino National Forest (California):

2014-07-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M5 near Bristol (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Quad bike bursts into flame on Coal Pit Lane in Winsford (Britain):

2014-07-12 - RV trailer bursts into flame while being towed, on I-40 near Kingman (Arizona):

2014-07-12 - Barn destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM in Johnson City (Tennessee):

2014-07-12 - Barn damaged by fire on Nocklyn Road in Brooksville (Florida), near the coast:

2014-07-12 - Utility pole bursts into flame on Dunston Road in Metheringham (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Five businesses destroyed by massive fire in Bywater area of coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2014-07-12 - Storage building goes up in flames at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland (Texas):

2014-07-12 - Deck bursts into flame at home in Saskatoon (Canada):

2014-07-12 - Deck bursts into flame, fire spreads, three townhomes heavily damaged, in Bowie (Maryland):

2014-07-12 - Porch explodes into flame at home in Columbia County (Georgia):

Quote: "A fire department investigator determined that the fire began on the back porch near the back door, according to fire department spokesman Jeremy Wallen. An exact cause couldn’t be determined, though no foul play is suspected, Wallen said. Resident Antonio Norris said he was at home with his girlfriend and children when he heard a loud 'boom.' He went to investigate and found the kitchen door in flames."

2014-07-12 - Porch bursts into flame at 2 AM, fire spreads to home, in Grand Rapids (Michigan):

2014-07-12 - Garage bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, in Naples (Maine), near Sebago Lake:

2014-07-12 - Two homes burn within 90 minutes in Knoxville (Tennessee):

Note: First fire burned a house with nobody home at 10 PM. Second fire started on a door at a home then spread to the porch at 11:30 PM...

2014-07-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire, vehicle burns too, just before 3:30 AM in Utica (New York):

2014-07-12 - Home destroyed by fire in New Tecumseth (Canada), nobody there:

2014-07-12 - Vacant home destroyed by fire shortly after 2 AM in Yakima (Washington):

2014-07-12 - Vacant historic building destroyed by huge blaze in downtown Sheridan (Indiana):

2014-07-12 - Vacant apartment building burns in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2014-07-12 - Naked man, mid 20s to early 30s, walks into pond and dies at cemetery in coastal New Haven (Connecticut):

Quote: "The Fire Department responded to the scene in the morning after a group of cemetery workers noticed the man walking around nude in the cemetery, said Fire Chief Allyn Wright. Cemetery workers reported that the man walked into the water until he was completely submerged, thrashed around for a short time and wasn’t seen again..."

Note: A naked man was also just pulled from Lake Michigan in critical condition in Chicago (Illinois), mentioned in the 2014-07-11 update...

2014-07-12 - Man, 52, falls off boat into the Ohio River and dies, in Evansville (Indiana):

2014-07-12 - Man, 54, drops dead in parking lot in Hollister (Missouri):

2014-07-12 - Infant girl dies at apartment complex in Aliquippa (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "And there were two similar calls within the last two days — those children survived, but are in critical condition. In the Hill District, a 15-month-old boy was found unresponsive in a bathtub. It happened in the 600-block of Hollace Street. On Thursday, police were in the 2400-block of Bedford Avenue in the Hill after a mother found her little girl unresponsive. She left the napping baby with a relative and when she returned, the 3-month-old wasn’t breathing. A friend performed CPR and the baby regained a heartbeat at Children’s Hospital and at last check, was on life support."

2014-07-12 - Man, 18, found dead in the Arkansas River in Little Rock (Arkansas):

2014-07-12 - Man found dead in the Mousam River in Sanford (Maine):

2014-07-12 - Man found dead near Lake Michigan in Ganges Township (Michigan):

2014-07-12 - Woman, 50, found dead in minivan in Middletown (Ohio):

Quote: "She was discovered inside a blue Chrysler van parked in the parking lot of Bicentennial Commons, 100 South Carmody Blvd., a Middletown police dispatcher said."

Quote: "Bicentennial Commons is near the Great Miami River Recreational Trail."

2014-07-12 - Woman, 42, found dead in back of dump truck in Belleview (Missouri):

2014-07-12 - Man, 56, found dead in woods in coastal New Port Richey (Florida):

2014-07-12 - Person found dead in the water near Glenmore Trail in Calgary (Canada):

2014-07-12 - Man, 31, found dead in swimming pool at villa on the island of Saint Lucia:

2014-07-12 - Boy, 13, dies in swimming pool in Birgunj (India):

2014-07-12 - Man, 40, found dead in the Teesta River in Teesta (India):

2014-07-12 - Man found dead at beach in coastal Nerja (Spain):

2014-07-12 - Man, 51, found dead in the water at Twelve Quays in coastal Birkenhead (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Small plane takes off then crashes near airport in Limington (Maine), 1 killed:

2014-07-12 - Small plane crashes into the Arkansas River near Fort Smith (Arkansas):

2014-07-12 - Small plane crashes into yard at home in Longueuil, near Montreal (Canada), 1 lightly injured:

2014-07-12 - Small plane makes belly landing at airport in Rapid City (South Dakota):

2014-07-12 - Small plane crashes on the island of Corsica (France), 3 killed:

2014-07-12 - Float plane takes off then crashes into St. John Harbour near Bella Bella (Canada), 4 injured:

2014-07-12 - Helicopter crash lands in Puget Sound near Kingston (Washington):

2014-07-12 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns on I-65 near Franklin (Tennessee):

2014-07-12 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns, on Lower Trout Creek Road near Wikieup (Arizona):

2014-07-12 - Van slams into big rig at 3 AM in Commerce (California), 1 killed:

2014-07-12 - SUV hits guard rail at 2:35 AM, bursts into flame, in coastal Bourne (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2014-07-12 - SUV veers off road, crashes into swimming pool, in Lakewood (Ohio):

2014-07-12 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Florence (Texas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-07-12 - Pickup truck plows into assisted living facility in Reiserstown (Maryland), 7 injured:

2014-07-12 - Pickup truck veers off road, smashes into commercial building, in Lubbock (Texas), 2 injured:

2014-07-12 - Car veers over centerline, hits log truck head-on, near coastal Hoquiam (Washington), 3 injured:

2014-07-12 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in coastal Dennis (Massachusetts), 4 injured:

2014-07-12 - Car hits trailer in the wee hours, bursts into flame, on Beechdale Road in Beechdale (Britain):

2014-07-12 - Car crashes at 4 AM, bursts into flame, in Richland County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2014-07-12 - Shark attacks and injures man near Masonboro Island (North Carolina):

2014-07-12 - Shark attacks and injures man at Isle of Palms (South Carolina):

2014-07-12 - Pit bull attacks and injures girl on bicycle in Bluefield (West Virginia):

2014-07-12 - Sinkhole opens on 14th Street in coastal Washington DC:!/news/local/Mystery-Surrounds-14th-Street-Sinkhole/266819711

2014-07-12 - Giant sinkhole opens on the Gold Coast Highway at coastal Broadbeach (Australia):

2014-07-12 - Building under construction collapses in coastal Mumbai (India), 1 killed, 6 injured:

Quote: "This is the second such collapse in five months, after seven people were killed after a seven storey building collapsed in Vakola in March earlier. There have been similar collapses around the country, with buildings falling in Chennai, Delhi injuring several."

2014-07-12 - Another building collapses in coastal Mumbai (India), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2014-07-12 - Asphalt crumbling off the Poplar Street Bridge over the Mississippi River in St. Louis (Missouri):

2014-07-12 - Teenage boy goes missing off the coast near Folly Beach (South Carolina):

Quote: "Crews from the U.S. Coast Guard are searching for a missing teen-aged diver who did not surface off the Folly Beach coast."

Quote: "The father surfaced but his son did not, officials said."

2014-07-12 - Girl, 9, killed by brain-eating amoeba after swimming in lake in Johnson County (Kansas):

2014-07-12 - Seven-foot Burmese python found inside stalled pickup truck in Santa Fe (New Mexico):

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  1. Coverin' a lot of bases here Jonny! We have everything from brain-eating amoebas to the ever popular giant sinkholes, car and truck accidents, people dropping dead, pets attacking, planes crashing, buildings exploding and burning, and the clueless constabulary!

    No one but you seem to be connecting the dots with a single, reasonable theory. Day after day we see incidents in Britain, Asia, and here in the U.S. that get swept under the rug of "ahl'no, mussa been a act of GY-ad!"

    Well, the pace is picking up around the world with water shortages, scarce food, violence of all kinds - especially police and military (where gang related violence remains about the same) - and now weird diseases and bizarre stuff like your zombie stories becoming ever more common.

    Here's one, and of course it's from PA:

    A dead body on a gurney fell out of a coroner’s van when a door malfunctioned, sending the corpse into the middle of a busy roadway in Pennsylvania.

    The Bucks County Courier Times reports the accident happened around noon on Friday near a shopping center in Feasterville, Pennsylvania.

    A photo on the newspaper’s website shows the corpse, wrapped in what appears to be a white sheet, lying in the street as cars buzz by. The Bucks County Coroner’s Office says the driver realized immediately that the door had opened and retrieved the body within minutes. The office says it “deeply regrets” the incident.

    A passer-by who helped get the body into the van says he thought it was a prank, calling it “the most bizarre thing” he’d ever seen.


    1. Corpse was makin;' a break for it!

      Reminds me of a corpse incident when I was in the Arizona Honor Guard in the Army. We had two teams, the rifle bearers to do the 21-gun salutes at funerals with full military honors, and the pall-bearers to carry the coffins. Well, up in Prescott, the pall-bearers were carrying the coffin to its hole...and the bottom fell out of the coffin, and a fat retired guy's body fell straight down to the ground! The pall-bearers didn't even miss a beat, they performed this totally unrehearsed maneuver that looked all spiffy and military and set the coffin back down over the body. And marched back. Not our fault - the 'customers' were the ones who bought the coffins, so if they didn't buy one sturdy enough to handle the weight, that was on them! I was too weak and skinny to be a pall-bearer, so I was standing off to the side with the rest of the rifle team with my chin hitting the ground, holding my rifle. And he still got his 21-gun salute!

  2. I did see that! Yes, very real and very scary!

  3. Here's another link to that odor event:

    Notice they never do say what it was, but they obviously know, because they had meters to measure it. They've probably been told not to use the words 'hydrogen sulfide' with the public.

    So they say it came from the sump pumps in the basement. I believe that. There was a woman who was gassed to death in her home in Kansas, hydrogen sulfide pushed up into her house from the sewers, and her sewer trap was dry, so it didn't prevent it. And there was an event where a library was closed due to hydrogen sulfide infiltrating the building via a sump pump and contaminated water outside the library. I think that was in Ohio.

    So, it's a heavier-than-air gas. It blows over an area, settles to the ground, flows somewhat like water to the same places that water does - sewers! Then the pressure rises and it'll start seeping up from the sewers into peoples' homes. Or sump pumps dealing with contaminated water from outdoors may pull some gas into homes too.

    That they first mentioned it might be hydrogen cyanide is a bit scary unto itself. That's what they use to kill people in gas chambers. Hydrogen sulfide is just as deadly, but even if they're trying to not use the words 'hydrogen sulfide', using 'hydrogen cyanide' isn't exactly apt to be very reassuring to people!

    And 'volatile organic compound' - that describes hydrogen sulfide very well.

    1. Hah, okay, now they're going full retard and blaming gasoline. People know what gasoline smells like. It doesn't smell 'very, very unpleasant' - gasoline smells like gasoline. Some people like the smell of gasoline. I guess they had to have some story to tell people though, and if the truth is off-limits, then people might buy the gasoline story:

      Didn't anyone tell them? NEVER go full retard.

  4. Wow! No I hadn't seen that (thanks for bringing it to my attention, it's not that far from here, maybe an hour). It said people smelled some kind of chemical, so what do you think it is - especially coming from sump pumps (unless that's just a decoy).
    Radon doesn't smell, H2S is almost odorless except in what, small quantities? Could it be that?


    1. Naw, H2S isn't odorless, it's just that it burns out your olfactory sense so you can no longer smell it. But if someone new comes along, they'd still smell it, until their olfactory sense got overloaded too. H2S smells like 'rotten eggs' in low concentrations, it smells sweetish or flowery, but possibly chemically too, at medium concentrations and I guess nobody knows what it smells like at high concentrations because those people don't live to talk about it.

      They were called originally on 'suspected gas leak'. That means somebody smelled 'rotten egg' odor, which means that was very highly likely hydrogen sulfide. The gasoline story doesn't make any sense, and NOBODY mentioned a smell like gasoline.

      They're obviously in BS-until-the-very-end mode now.

  5. The same thing that killed the janitor at the Plymouth MA school the other day and sent EMS and first responders to the ER. Escalation of events are on the way, and we're hearing more definitive terms for cause such as hydrogen cyanide, which sounds like a neighborhood gas chamber.