Sunday, July 20, 2014

Event Update For 2014-07-19

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: Land Subsidence Events

2014-07-19 - Ground explodes upward then collapses into crater, in Spring Hill (Florida), near the coast, homes evacuated:

Quote: "The 120-foot wide and 30-foot deep sinkhole opened Saturday afternoon in Spring Hill. 'Out of nowhere the earth just went straight up in the air and exploded up in the air," said Margaret Helmick, who lives in the neighborhood.'"

Note: Just like the recent giant sinkhole in Russia, mentioned in the 2014-07-15 update. That was very likely methane exploding out of the ground, and so was this sinkhole in Florida. I said when the Russian sinkhole appeared that I bet we see more similar events just like that one, and here we go, just a week later. Now that it's happened twice, and both in areas with lots of subsurface methane, then you can be sure we're going to see even more similar events, in Florida and elsewhere, quite possibly in populated areas like this Florida event.

The methane hydrates are dissociating, transforming from a solid of a sort to methane gas and water as the ice matrix surrounding the methane gas melts. Then the gas starts rising to the surface and eventually accumulates, If there is no easy path to the surface for the gas then the pressure will build until eventually a bubble of gas explodes out of the ground, escaping into the atmosphere. Then because there is lost volume from the gas which has now just escaped, the ground collapses back down and forms a depression, even if no chunks get blown outward, which they might.

The seafloor is littered with similar craters from times past, so this will also happen - and it very likely already is happening - on the floor of the seas and oceans too. When those bubbles hit the surface then they may create 'rogue waves', of which there have been many, particularly in recent years, causing more boats and ships to capsize.

It won't be just methane hydrates that are a problem though. As heat rises from below, gas pockets everywhere will be under increased pressure so this same thing is apt to happen wherever there are either methane hydrate deposits OR where there are gas pockets in the ground, so inland states like Oklahoma and Arkansas and so on will not be immune. This may in part explain all the rampant fracking: to get the gas out of the ground and replace the lost volume with inert fluids before the gas just plain starts exploding out of the ground on its own in events like this one. Another reason would be to remove the methane (e.g. natural gas) from the ground before the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide eat that gas and turn it into hydrogen sulfide, which is not just much more flammable but also vastly more deadly. We've already got people dropping dead all over the place, so any further hydrogen sulfide that we can prevent from entering the atmosphere would certainly be beneficial.

If there had been a flame near this area when the gas burst free then there might have been a gigantic explosion and/or fire as the methane ignited. Luckily that didn't happen this time, but who knows where this will happen next. In addition to this exploding sinkhole and the one in Russia, a road also recently exploded in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), mentioned in the 2014-06-30 update.

It appears that this extinction event will have an Exploding Ground Phase and it has begun...

2014-07-19 - Home damaged by explosion and fire in Longmeadow (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

Note: Longmeadow is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Connecticut River...

2014-07-19 - Home damaged by explosion and fire in Jamaica Plain area of coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 4 injured:

2014-07-19 - Underground electrical explosion hits Fullerton (California), blackouts ensue:

2014-07-19 - Electrical substation explodes and burns in coastal Eastbourne (Britain):

Quote: "There was an explosion at the sub station close to Bridgemere Road and Churchdale Road shortly after 6pm and police believe it has been totally destroyed."

2014-07-19 - Subway rocked by explosion in Moscow (Russia), quickly hushed up:

Quote: "Russia has seen its share of bombings, almost all by Muslim separatists from the Caucaus region, and those are usually widely reported on. That this one isn’t being widely reported on is, frankly, odd."

Note: A heavier-than-air innocuous gas was pumped into the subways in both New York City and London in 2013, to see where a heavier-than-air gas - like hydrogen sulfide - would go once inside the subway. All subway systems will be similarly vulnerable and because hydrogen sulfide is explosively flammable and highly reactive, it will result in fires and explosions, much like all the underground electrical fires and explosions that have been hitting cities around the world. A subway train was just hit by fire in coastal Busan (South Korea), injuring 5 people and evacuating 400 people, mentioned in the 2014-07-17 update. The NYC subway gas test was mentioned in the 2013-04-26 update and the London subway gas test was mentioned in the 2013-06-14 update. Maybe Moscow should have done the same thing for its subway system...

2014-07-19 - Gas pipeline explodes and burns in the wee hours in Jafferabad District (Pakistan):

2014-07-19 - Metal recycling business hit by large outdoor fire in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

Quote: "Piles of scrap metal at a recycling plant in Albuquerque burst into flames Saturday night."

2014-07-19 - Scrap yard erupts in flame just before 4:30 AM in Corfu (New York):

Quote: "Piles of scrap at Ed Arnold Scrap Processors caught fire just before 4:30 a.m., and the blaze was declared under control at 6:48 a.m., according to a Genesee County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher."

2014-07-19 - Vacant scrap iron warehouse hit by fire in Erie (Pennsylvania), 1200 feet from Lake Erie:

Quote: "Investigators tonight, are looking into the cause of a fire inside of a vacant scrap iron warehouse. It happened around 5:00 p.m. Saturday, inside of the Max Silver and Sons facility at 1501 Myrtle Street."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2014-07-19 - Auto business and vehicles destroyed by massive fire just before midnight in Hamilton (Canada), evacuations ensue:

Quote: "There were no serious injuries in a spectacular industrial fire in Hamilton’s east end. Fire crews were called just before midnight to a complex of older buildings that house an auto body tenant and several other businesses."

2014-07-19 - Landfill catches fire in coastal George Town (Cayman Islands):

2014-07-19 - Boat bursts into flame in coastal Nantucket Harbor (Massachusetts), nobody aboard:

2014-07-19 - Tour bus bursts into flame on I-287 in Bridgewater (New Jersey):

Quote: "State Police Sgt. Brian Polite says the fire was reported at about 8:40 p.m. Saturday in Bridgewater, New Jersey. Initial reports say passengers were seen running along the southbound lanes of Interstate 287, away from the blaze."

2014-07-19 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on road near Palo Blanco (Mexico):

2014-07-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-40 in Davidson County (Tennessee):

2014-07-19 - Tractor bursts into flame in Brant Broughton (Britain):

2014-07-19 - RV bursts into flame at 6:15 AM on I-10 near Indio (California), two trucks collide separately:

2014-07-19 - SUV bursts into flame while being towed, on I-17 near Mayer (Arizona):

2014-07-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road in Wichita (Kansas):

2014-07-19 - Police car bursts into flame in Claremont area of coastal Cape Town (South Africa):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame shortly after 3 AM while parked at auto shop, fire spreads to more vehicles and office, in Topeka (Kansas):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home in Houston (Texas):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame just before 2 AM on road in Morena area of coastal San Diego (California):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 101 near Dean Creek Resort (California):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame near Highway 101 and Crazy Horse Canyon Road near Prunedale (California):

Note: Above two car fires are definitely separate incidents, both near-ish to the coast...

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame on the Western Freeway near Bacchus Marsh (Australia):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame on road in Toormina (Australia):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame in carport in coastal Devonport, Auckland (New Zealand):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame on the A828 in coastal Ballachulish (Scotland):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame in carpark at shopping center in Derby (Britain):

2014-07-19 - Car bursts into flame on the A417 near Birdlip (Britain):

2014-07-19 - Ambulance facility damaged by fire in Loves Park (Illinois):

2014-07-19 - Barn destroyed by fire just before 2 AM in the Village of Andover (New York):

2014-07-19 - Barn destroyed by fire in Jerusalem Township (Ohio):

2014-07-19 - Barn damaged by fire in unincorporated Perris (California):

2014-07-19 - Canal embankment bursts into flame in Smethwick (Britain):

2014-07-19 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in El Paso (Texas):

2014-07-19 - Church heavily damaged by fire at 6:30 AM in Emporia (Virginia):

2014-07-19 - Factory heavily damaged by fire in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2014-07-19 - Bath house destroyed by fire at 1 AM at Glade Springs resort in Daniels (West Virginia):

2014-07-19 - Two homes destroyed by fire, two homes and four sheds damaged, in St. George (Utah), 15 people homeless:

2014-07-19 - Condo complex damaged by fire just before 6 AM in South Windsor (Connecticut):

Note: South Windsor is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Connecticut River...

2014-07-19 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2014-07-19 - Apartment complex destroyed by massive blaze in Renton (Washington), near Lake Washington:

2014-07-19 - Deadly fire burns home on Bay Street in Baton Rouge (Arizona), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-07-19 - Vacant home burns in Wichita (Kansas):

2014-07-19 - Vacant 3-story home under renovation damaged by fire in coastal South Seaside Park (New Jersey):

2014-07-19 - Vacant building destroyed by fire in coastal Maili on the island of Oahu (Hawaii):

2014-07-19 - Vacant daycare destroyed by fire in Houston (Texas):

2014-07-19 - Person found burned to death in burning car just after 3 AM in State Farm parking lot in Bloomington (Illinois):

Quote: "A statement issued by McLean County Coroner Beth Kimmerling said there was no early indication of foul play, although police and fire investigators are working with her office. The body was found in the driver's seat as firefighters extinguished a blaze reported just after 3 a.m. Saturday in the center of an otherwise empty lot, Kimmerling said. Dental records or other methods will be needed to identify the victim, she said."

2014-07-19 - Man burns to death when car bursts into flame on highway in Noida (India):

Quote: "According to an eyewitness, the car was coming from Greater Noida and was going towards Noida side. The driver stopped the car after the engine had caught fire. He tried to get out of the vehicle but the door did not open and the seat belt got stuck."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, so some of these 'electrical' fires may disable power doors and power windows and seatbelts and trap you inside a burning vehicle, and that's apt to be deadly. This has happened numerous times now. You might want to keep something handy in your car when you drive, to cut seatbelts and to break out windows, just in case. Better to have such things handy and not need them than to need them and not have them. From the full hypothesis: "Vehicles of all kinds will continue to burn, as they have been, and the number of vehicular fires will continue to escalate, inevitably resulting in a corresponding increase in the number of people being incinerated in their vehicles."

2014-07-19 - Man, 29, found dead at site of barn fire in coastal Kenai (Alaska):

Quote: "We were able to determine that the fire was deliberately set ... there were no other ignition sources."

Note: The barn had no electricity and wasn't constructed with steel nails or hinges or brackets? Nothing rusty around at all? Somehow I doubt that. Just because they're not AWARE of the atmospheric problem doesn't rule it out, and that might have been what knocked this man dead too. We can't expect fire investigators to be competent at doing their job until they recognize the problem, so incompetent fire investigators are all we've got for now. Eventually they'll either become competent or they'll become dead, whichever comes first; they aren't immune to the problem themselves. Kenai is located on the Kenai Peninsula, right on the coast...

2014-07-19 - Woman, 50, found dead in swimming pool at home in Holbrook (New York):

2014-07-19 - Actress, 59, found dead in swimming pool at home in North Abington Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-07-19 - Man, 60, goes missing while swimming, next seen dead in Cooks Pond in Denville (New Jersey):

2014-07-19 - Man, 32, goes missing while swimming, next seen dead in Hume Lake near Fresno (California):

Quote: "Fresno County Sheriff's Lt. John Golden says the man's body was later recovered in the Sandy Cove area of the lake about 60 miles east of Fresno. It was the same spot where the body of 26-year-old Danny Iglesias of Anaheim was recovered July 8."

Note: Aha, that explains why this sounded so familiar. The dead 26-year-old was mentioned in the 2014-07-08 update...

2014-07-19 - Man, 18, goes missing while swimming, next seen dead in Lake Cushman in Hoodsport (Washington):

2014-07-19 - Man found dead at 6 AM in Lake Coeur d'Alene near boat dock, in Coeur d'Alene (Idaho):

2014-07-19 - Man, 48, goes kayaking, next seen dead in Little Bay De Noc (Michigan):

2014-07-19 - Person found dead in the Mississippi River in St. Louis (Missouri):

2014-07-19 - Person found dead in the Mississippi River in Brooklyn Park (Minnesota):

2014-07-19 - Actress, 21, drops dead at home in Texas:

2014-07-19 - Man, 40, found dead in SUV in Hampden (Maine):

2014-07-19 - Man, 87, found dead in water tank at his farm near Stanton (Nebraska):

2014-07-19 - Man found dead in Walmart parking lot in Overland Park (Kansas):

2014-07-19 - Man found dead near the Avon River shortly after 2 AM in Stratford (Canada):

2014-07-19 - Man, 21, found dead in tent at music festival in Pemberton (Canada):

2014-07-19 - Soldier drops dead in Nungkao (India):

Quote: "It is said that the body did not bear any bruise or injury mark."

2014-07-19 - Woman, 65, found dead in lake at Stubton Hall in Newark (Britain):

2014-07-19 - Small plane crashes and burns near Lake Placid (New York), all 3 aboard killed:

Quote: "The owner of the farm where the plane crashed says she was doing work around the farm this morning when she heard a plane right overhead and a thud right after. She said the plane burst into flames immediately and there was nothing anyone could do to save the people on-board."

2014-07-19 - Small plane crashes into field in Wichita Falls (Texas):

2014-07-19 - Hot air balloon hits power lines, explodes and burns, in Clinton (Massachusetts), 5 injured:

2014-07-19 - Three buses crash at 2 AM on highway near Dresden (Germany), 10 killed, 69 injured:

Quote: "A crash involving several buses on a highway in eastern Germany killed 10 people and injured 69, police said Saturday."

2014-07-19 - Tractor trailer overturns and bursts into flame on I-5 in Kern County (California), 1 lightly injured:

2014-07-19 - Box truck and bus crash at 3 AM, explode and burn, on highway in Hunan Province (China), at least 38 killed, 5 injured:

Quote: "At least 38 people were killed when a van carrying inflammable liquid hit a bus on a highway in central China early today, state media reported. The collision in Hunan province triggered a fire and explosion which destroyed five vehicles, the Xinhua news agency said. Another five people were injured in the accident, which occurred at around 3.00am, Xinhua said, citing police."

2014-07-19 - Dump truck hits median, overturns, bursts into flame, on I-57 in Markham (Illinois), 1 killed:,0,1194864.story

2014-07-19 - Two trucks collide head-on, in Wildomar (California), injuries reported:

2014-07-19 - Van crashes into Verizon store in Emporia (Kansas), 4 injured:

Note: 'Aw yeah, I've got four bars now!'

2014-07-19 - Pickup truck plows into home, bursts into flame, in Honea Path (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2014-07-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Westwood (California), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2014-07-19 - Car plunges into quarry in Naperville (Illinois), 2 injured:

2014-07-19 - Car crashes into lagoon on coastal Hilton Head Island (South Carolina):

2014-07-19 - Dog attacks and injures woman in Omaha (Nebraska):

2014-07-19 - Rabid dog goes on rampage, bites 38 people, in Rajapalayam (India):

Quote: "Panic struck pedestrians and two-wheeler riders at Sankarankoil Road junction here on Saturday, when a rabid dog went on a biting spree in the morning. Thirty-eight persons, including eight women and four children, were bitten by the dog."

2014-07-19 - Roof collapses at correctional facility in Diboll (Texas), 19 injured:

Quote: "It's a new building, a new facility. I don't know why the roof would collapse..."

2014-07-19 - Building under construction partially collapses in Harlem (New York):

2014-07-19 - Boy, 11, goes under, doesn't resurface, at coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina):

2014-07-19 - Teen boy, 17, suddenly sickens and dies of 'mystery fever' in Kolkata (India):


  1. Between all the trees dying and more and more toxic gases being pumped into the atmosphere each day, how long can it be until these reports stretch to pages of completely unimaginable incidents of destruction and death?


    1. Good question! It's already pretty effin bad though! But yeah, it's gonna get way worse. Everything is our enemy now: earth, water, air, fire.

  2. So I read about the PA (local) actress, singer, tv host who dropped dead in her pool. They said the coroner was going to do an autopsy today (Monday, 21st). Are they going to be able to detect H2S poisoning in some way (like on NCIS where they figure out everything about the stiff's life by analyzing their ear wax or some shit)? Or will it just be chalked up to drowning? Will they publish the results or will somebody interested have to call the county medical examiner's office and have to present all kinds of effin' paperwork in order to get a straight answer? Know what I mean? Even if they DO figure out it's H2S they may not want to "spook the herd" by letting that little OBVIOUS FACT out to the public. Guess we'll see (prolly not).

    Leave it to the Chinese to show you how to have a freakin' accident - roll a box truck on into a packed bus, why don't ya? Pa-loom! At least 38 dead, whew!

    'course the one in India is pretty graphic too, don't ya think? I mean you see some smoke comin' from under the hood as yer drivin' yer poop-sled home fum werk and all of a sudden, ka-woosh, lemme outta this gyad fer sakin death trap ahhhhhhhh!
    Freakin' SAFETY belt won't unlatch, thereby insuring you're trapped in the death chair, and nobody could get in to help because the doors wouldn't unlock and the windows wouldn't go down - AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
    (remember Sam Kinison - think of his voice there.
    click on the Back to School clip, first one listed).

    But aaawwwww no, the Germans get into the act with 3 buses and 89 people effected in the crash. We can hold our heads high though with 4 homes involved in a-fahr an' 15 people gone be slypin' inna jilm.

    Somebody got me a ticket for a hot-air BAA - LOOM! ride, but I said to let someone else go instead . . ..

    Thanks for the update Jonny. i'll be here all week, try the whitefish .. ..... ... . .... . ..


    1. That's the insidious thing about H2S poisoning - within about eight hours, it turns into harmless sulfates in the body, and those could have other innocuous causes and isn't by itself alarming. And that's within eight hours of exposure, so that much time might already have passed. Also, they won't be looking at the death as one of many in a pattern. The ME will see a body, lungs probably filled with water, from a pool - unless he's not got anything better to do, and unless he has reason to look very closely, he's gonna scribble down 'drowning' and move on to the next corpse.

      The woman who was gassed to death n her home in Kansas - THAT coroner was a smart guy. He said at the time that a lot of H2S deaths could be getting completely missed and he said that woman's death could just be the tip of the iceberg. I wonder if he had any inkling of just how correct he was about that. Probably not.