Monday, September 1, 2014

2014 - AUG - Spotlight Stories

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-01 - Nauseating stench blows through Oxford (Britain), near the River Thames:

Note: If it's not from sewage then this is very likely due to clouds of low-concentration hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the ocean or off the River Thames or coming from the ground. Numerous cities have been hit with a similar stench in recent times. Hydrogen sulfide smells like 'rotten eggs' at low concentrations. At medium concentrations it may smell flowery or sickly sweet or licoricey, but your olfactory sense will get 'fatigued' and you'll quickly lose the ability to smell it at all, so you can't safely count on a lack of odor as being a sure sign that there's also a lack of hydrogen sulfide in the air.

Because it is a heavier-than-air gas, even low concentrations of hydrogen sulfide blowing through can be a serious problem, because it will settle into low-lying areas (bodies of water, basements, underground tunnels, sewers, etc) and then it will concentrate. Then when the wind picks up, a smaller but more concentrated cloud may blow onward and if it's 1:1000 concentration it can kill you with one breath. It's as if little ditches and depressions of all kinds are becoming guns of a sort that reload when the wind dies down and fire their accumulated load when the wind picks up. Along the way, wherever it lands, it may adsorb onto materials - cling to the surfaces of matter - and that residual hydrogen sulfide can poison you by touch, and you won't see it either way. You may not smell it at all when it is adsorbed onto materials either, nor will you smell it if it dissolves into water, and it IS water-soluble AND it tends to end up in all the same places that water does because it's a heavier-than-air gas.

Eventually hydrogen sulfide will contaminate the entire environment and lifespans for just about everything will plummet. Once average lifespan drops below 20-ish years for human beings then the human race will be essentially extinct even if a few survivors live on for a bit longer. All other species that use oxygen, and that includes plants, will suffer along with us - but some species can reproduce fast enough to compensate for the accelerated dying. Slow-reproducing life won't really have a chance, including all primates, elephants, whales, dolphins, tigers, rhinos, etc. Because the primary sources of the hydrogen sulfide are the oceans, seas and lakes, the life in them will die off the hardest, exactly as has happened in previous extinction events. It's already that way, with all the dying fish, starfish, whales, oysters and so on all around the planet. Birds are also highly vulnerable to gases because of their light weight and rapid respiration, which is why canaries were used in coal mines as an alert system for dangerous gases in the air.

Global warming, however real, is a mere distraction from this problem. It doesn't matter what the temperatures are or how they got there to people who've been poisoned or incinerated by methane and hydrogen sulfide. Likewise, all these conflicts around the world are simply insane. Israel and Palestine are fighting over land that will probably not be inhabitable by ANYBODY. Ukraine and Russia, North and South Korea, China and Japan, same thing. This extinction event will kill most or all of us all by itself - we don't really HAVE to help it along by killing ourselves too.

A world without truth becomes a world without reason.

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-02 - HazMat event, toxins from algae bloom contaminate water for 400k people in Toledo (Ohio) and surrounding areas:

Quote: "About 400,000 Ohioans were told not to drink their tap water after dangerous toxins seeped into Toledo's water. Scientists found the harmful organisms in Toledo's Collins Park water-treatment plant early Saturday. Consuming the water can lead to nausea, fever and skin irritation, officials said. Boiling the water will only make the toxins worse. The order applies to the whole city and anyone in the surrounding area who gets their water from the Toledo plant - the facility processes water for about 400,000 people in a 100-square-mile area of Ohio. The city of Toledo posted the warning on its Facebook page around 2 a.m. By 8 a.m., most of the city's grocery stores were out of bottled water, the Toledo Blade reported. Cops had to respond to some stores when the large crowds demanding bottled water got disorderly."

Note: There has been a rising number of toxic blue-green algae outbreaks hitting bodies of water all around the world in the last couple of years or so. The biosphere - the environment - is obviously changing in ways that are beneficial to these species of algae. I was wondering when toxic blue-green algae would affect a large municipal water supply like this, and here we go. Massive societal disturbance here, people buying up all the bottled water off store shelves, price-gouging, people fighting each other in parking lots, etc. I saw one anecdote that said people were trying to sell ONE bottle of water (size not specified) for TWENTY-FIVE BUCKS! Two gallons of water per day per person - I'd recommend stashing enough for at least a week or two, wherever you are, if you haven't already, just in case this same problem should hit your own area. That way if something goes terribly wrong then you won't have to be in those parking lots or looking at bare shelves with a sad frown. Like most anything, it's better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-03 - Petroleum plant explodes and burns in Norco (Louisiana), right next to the Mississippi River:

Quote: "An explosion led to a fire Sunday night (Aug. 3) at the Diamond Green Diesel facility in Norco, according to the St. Charles Parish Emergency Operations Center. Although the blast rattled windows in Destrehan about 10 miles away, no injuries were reported, according to a statement from the center, and the public is not expected to take safety precautions."

2014-08-03 - Oil refinery erupts in flame in Gansu Province (China):

2014-08-03 - Chemical plant damaged by fire in coastal Gulfport (Mississippi):

2014-08-03 - Chemical plant damaged by massive explosions and fire in Tarapur (India), 1 missing, 2 injured:

Quote: "A series of nine explosions took place in the reactor of a chemical plant in Tarapur MIDC on Sunday night. The blast was so massive, that its tremors were felt in 10 km radius and the entire building was in flames."

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."

Also, 900th Day Anniversary - whew!

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-04 - School van bursts into flame in Saharanpur (India), 3 children killed, 8 injured:

Note: This is the first school bus/van to burst into flame in August, and the 57th since May 1st. There are more vehicles of all kinds bursting into flame, including school buses, so just as with all the people burning to death in cars, children will be - and sometimes are - getting burned to death when school buses burst into flame too, as in this case...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-05 - Fire trucks and fire station destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Mount Eden (Kentucky):

Quote: "The fire began around 5 a.m. at the Mount Eden Volunteer Fire Department at 260 Van Buren Road near Taylorsville Lake. Millions of dollars in equipment was lost as the building was declared a total lost after the blaze."

Quote: "The fire house was built in the 2000s, so crews are stumped at how the fire started. While crews battled the blaze, inside sat millions of dollars of equipment and vehicles new and barely even used."

Note: They're stumped at how the fire started?! They haven't noticed all the parked vehicles spontaneously igniting all around the planet in the last coupla-three years?! One of their trucks probably burst into flame and started this fire. This isn't the first fire station to be destroyed by fire. I've actually lost count of how many times this has happened now, but the most recent event prior to this one was when two fire trucks, an ATV and a fire station were destroyed by a huge fire at 4:30 AM in Millville (Canada), mentioned in the 2014-07-29 update. That was just a week ago. Every fire station should now have someone on guard duty looking out for fires 24 hours per day. What would that cost? Let's say $50k per year. They wouldn't wanna pay that? Then they should be prepared to pay MILLIONS when the equipment goes up in flames when nobody is around. Some of those fire trucks cost more than a million bucks EACH...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-06 - Five fire trucks and fire station destroyed by fire after 11 PM in South Hopkins, Madisonville (Kentucky):

Quote: "Fire crews are called to help their own as a massive fire destroys the South Hopkins Fire Department. The fire started just after eleven Wednesday night, going up quickly, and leaving firefighters helpless. There was no saving the building located in the southern part of Hopkins County, right along Highway 41A. There were five trucks inside the station, including two tankers, an engine truck, a quick response vehicle and a brush truck."

Note: The last fire station to be destroyed by fire was waaaaay back in...the day prior, when fire trucks and a fire station were destroyed by fire at 5 AM in Mount Eden (Kentucky), mentioned in the 2014-08-05 update, so that's two fire stations and all their trucks destroyed by fire within 2 days, both in Kentucky. I mentioned that fire stations need to have someone on guard duty 24 hours per day, else they will keep being destroyed by fires when nobody is around. I'm pretty sure people are gonna wake up to this problem as their homes ignite, they call 911, and nobody shows up because all the fire stations and trucks have been destroyed. It might be wiser to wake up BEFORE we get to that point...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-07 - Scrap metal plant rocked by explosion in Twinsburg (Ohio):

Quote: "Several fire departments responded to an explosion at Reserve Alloys, a metal scrap plant, Thursday evening."

2014-08-07 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, 100 cars burn, in Kennedale (Texas):

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

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-08 - Pallet yard ravaged by massive blaze and explosions just before midnight in Huyton (Britain), near the coast:

Quote: "Eight fire crews were called out to tackle a huge blaze at a pallet yard in Huyton. Firefighters were still on the scene this morning after the blaze broke out at the yard on Ellis Ashton Street, Huyton Business Park, just before midnight. Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service said 63 calls reporting the blaze were received from members of the public. Residents reporting hearing explosions and huge flames could be seen above the building."

2014-08-08 - Apartment complex under construction destroyed by massive inferno in Madison (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Madison police said a building under construction started on fire at the intersection of Apollo Way and Jupiter Drive."

Quote: "Madison Fire Chief Steven Davis said the fire engulfed a 64-unit building."

Quote: "News 3 Meteorologist Bob Lesh reports the smoke plume from the fire is so large, it is visible on radar."

Quote: "The blaze in the 105 unit apartment building in the 500 block of Apollo Way appeared to be out Saturday morning but pallets of building materials continued to smolder."

Note: Pallets? Uh huh. Lake Mendota, Lake Monona and Lake Waubesa are all in/around Madison. Some nice pics, spectacular fire. Pallets are a fire vulnerability for a few reasons: 1) they are made of porous and flammable wood, which will adsorb any methane and hydrogen sulfide that blows by; 2) they're often stored outdoors, fully exposed to the atmosphere; 3) they are usually held together with steel nails/screws/staples, which rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel, no other ignition source necessary. So some hydrogen sulfide blows by, some sparking erupts near a rusty nail or screw, a spark lands on the wood, which is RIGHT THERE, and you have a fire. Porches, decks, fences, and many barns all have the same vulnerability, and indeed, they have been going up in flames too, although they are usually painted or treated with water-resistant stain, which helps cut down on the fire potential somewhat. Upholstered furniture is also similarly vulnerable, so it's probably not a good idea to have any upholstered furniture outdoors on a porch or deck either...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-09 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame at airport in coastal San Juan (Puerto Rico), 3 lightly injured:

Quote: "Padua said three people suffered minor injuries because of the emergency evacuation. 'I was in the window seat in the first row and heard an enormous boom,' said first-row passenger Raymond Talavera, 'I looked back and I was able to see the engine basically exploded - smoke everywhere.'"

Quote: "A JetBlue Airways flight departing from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was evacuated Saturday evening after one of its engines caught fire, according to a Federal Aviation Administration statement. 'Passengers and crew used emergency slides to evacuate the aircraft,' the statement read."

2014-08-09 - Small plane fills with smoke, makes emergency landing at Darke County Airport (Ohio):

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-10 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame in flight, plane lands in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

Quote: "An Emirates Airline Boeing 777-300 carrying 358 passengers and crew landed safely at Logan International Airport shortly before 2 p.m. after its No. 1 engine caught fire, Massachusetts Port Authority spokesman Matthew Brelis said."

Note: If you're still brave enough to fly and you need to do some flying, you might wanna get it done sooner rather than later, because problems with planes are only going to get worse as the atmospheric contamination intensifies. Also see the regional passenger plane that crashed shortly after takeoff and killed at least 39 people in Tehran (Iran) on this day...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-11 - Australian patrol boat 'HMAS Bundaberg' destroyed by explosion and massive blaze in coastal Brisbane (Australia):

Quote: "It is understood the HMAS Bundaberg was valued at around $54 million and damages will most likely see the vessel written off."

Quote: "Initial reports were that a 70-foot boat was ablaze, however the HMAS Bundaberg is much larger. The Armidale-class patrol boat is about 56 metres long and was commissioned in 2007."

Note: This might be the most costly ship fire so far. A couple of British aircraft carriers have burst into flame, but the damage wasn't too severe in either case. An Indian submarine exploded and sank in coastal Mumbai (India), killing everyone on board, but they didn't list a dollar value for that loss. A Canadian military ship was virtually destroyed by fire but no dollar amount was listed for that ship either, although I bet that one and the exploding submarine were pretty costly...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-12 - Huge pile of scrap metal bursts into flame at 1 AM at metal recycling business in Waxahachie (Texas):

2014-08-12 - Auto scrap yard erupts in flame at 5 AM near the Harbourview Golf Course in Innisfil (Canada), near Lake Simcoe:

Quote: "The flames were reportedly sparked at north Transcona auto yard just off of Springfield near the Harbourview Golf Course."

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

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-13 - Underground electrical explosions and fires rock Indianapolis (Indiana):

Quote: "'It was just boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, and then they cleared the entire block,' Mark Neyland, an operations manager for the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, told The Indianapolis Star. The agency has its offices near the site of the explosions."

Quote: "Massive underground explosions. Flying manhole covers. Flames shooting 25 feet into the air. What is causing all the blasts that have rattled windows in the Statehouse, shaken stores along Massachusetts Avenue and caused the evacuation of Downtown office buildings? At least five huge blasts in the past 16 months -- including one last month outside Gov. Mitch Daniels' office at the Statehouse -- have put pressure on authorities to get to the bottom of things."

Note: This fire is much like a smaller-scale version of the mammoth underground explosions and fires that just devastated the city of Kaohsiung on the island of Taiwan, which killed dozens and injured hundreds, mentioned in the 2014-07-31 update. Hydrogen sulfide is explosively flammable, much more than methane or natural gas, it is reactive with rusty iron/steel and copper, especially electrified copper, both commonly found in underground electrical infrastructure, and it is a heavier-than-air gas which will naturally seek out low-lying areas and accumulate until fires or explosions occur. Methane oozing from the ground may also contribute to these fires and explosions, if it gets trapped below ground, or if it contaminates water, as with the rising number of people finding that their tapwater is now flammable over the past few years...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-14 - Massive amounts of methane now erupting from the East Siberian Sea:

Quote: "A catastrophe of unimaginable proportions is unfolding in the Arctic Ocean. Huge quantities of methane are erupting from the seafloor of the East Siberian Sea and entering the atmosphere over the Arctic Ocean."

Quote: "Methane eruptions from the Arctic Ocean's seafloor helped push up mean global methane levels to readings as high as 1832 ppb on August 12, 2014."

Note: 'Survivable' levels max out at 1750 parts per billion, so we've moved well past that point. It is as I have said all along: what is occurring - both methane and hydrogen sulfide emissions, since the two gases go together - will soon render the surface of the Earth uninhabitable. How any particular person will die is unknowable, but there are many possibilities: poisoning; suffocation; fire; explosion(s); traffic accidents as more people have seizures or lose consciousness or die while driving; starvation as the biosphere dies off; cancer from increasing UV levels and from nuclear plant leaks as nuclear plants are destroyed; disease outbreaks; human-on-human violence as neurological damage permeates the human population and drives people insane; animal attacks as animals go insane or get hungry.

The article talks about the possibility of geoengineering our way out of this extinction event. That won't work, though it might buy us a little more time to work on Plan B options. The problem is too large and the momentum behind the planetary-scale forces in play is far too overpowering for anything puny humanity can muster as a counterforce. Geoengineering probably has some merit as a time-buying tactic, but that is all, and it won't buy us much time.

So, it's Plan B or death. Those are the options. In the meantime, while people sleep on, mired in this distracting Matrix-like existence, the problems will continue to intensify, the body counts will continue growing, and waves of death will continue crashing onto the shores of human existence...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-15 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits downtown Memphis (Tennessee), lights go out:

Quote: "People who gathered around police cars at Second and Beale told us they heard a big boom and the power went out. Manhole covers on Second Street also dislodged, with flames and smoke coming out, due to an underground fire."

Quote: "Utility company officials heard that Memphis Police Department was responding to fires around manhole covers. Officials say there was no gas leak, and MLGW crews had to clear the air underground so workers could get underground investigate the problem."

2014-08-15 - Underground electrical explosion blows manhole off in Preston (Britain):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and rusty iron, both likely to be found in underground electrical facilities. It is also a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out low-lying areas like underground facilities, basements, ditches, ravines, canyons, gorges, valleys, creeks, streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, seas, quays, etc. As a consequence, there has been a rising number of underground explosions and fires around the world, with the most devastating such event so far occurring in late July at midnight in Kaohsiung on the island of Taiwan, mentioned in the 2014-07-31 update. Those huge underground explosions and fires flipped fire trucks over, ripped streets apart, killed at least two dozen people and injured well over 250 people. Massive underground explosions and fires just rocked Indianapolis (Indiana) two days prior too, mentioned in the 2014-08-13 update.

At this point, it's probably wise to PLAN on losing power for an extended period, like, say, a month. That way if a Kaohsiung-caliber event occurs near you, and it doesn't kill you, then you'll be prepared for the loss of power. You know, flashlights, solar chargers, crankable emergency radio, batteries, whatever you think you might want handy if your electricity were to go out for a while. Better to have that stuff handy and not need it than to need it and not have it. The same goes for medicines, food and water. A little 'just in case' planning could spare you a considerable amount of misery if something goes awry...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-16 - In separate incidents, RV and pickup truck burst into flame in Adell (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The first came in just after 10 a.m. when a pickup truck caught fire in a wheat field on Indian Mound Road west of the village.  Nearly a dozen other fire units were called to assist, with the fire being put out within an hour’s time. The truck was destroyed, along with a small portion of the crop. The second call came in around 5:30 p.m. of an RV that caught fire on the 100 block of Wisconsin Avenue in the village."

2014-08-16 - In three separate incidents, pickup truck and two vehicles burst into flame in and around LaGrange (Indiana):

Quote: "A rash of vehicle fires kept area firefighters busy Friday evening. Shipshewana firefighters responded to a vehicle fire just before 9:30 p-m at the bridge in Scott. Dispatchers reported a white pickup truck that was fully engulfed by flames. After putting the fire out once, firefighters responded a second time when the fire rekindled after being loaded onto a wrecker. It was one of three vehicle fires reported last night. LaGrange Firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle on fire on County Road 75 East near County Road 200 North just before 9 p-m. Topeka and Ligonier firefighters were called to 4575 West County Road 900 North in Noble County just before 11 p-m for another vehicle on fire."

Note: As time goes on, the number, size and concentration of clouds of invisible hydrogen sulfide and/or methane in the atmosphere will continue increasing. As that happens, there will be more sequences of events like the above two, where multiple vehicles (or homes or businesses or people) ignite in the same area. The day prior, in two separate incidents, two people were found burned to death near or in their respective burning vehicles in the early hours in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, mentioned in the 2014-08-15 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage, fire spreads to garage, at home in Sycamore (Ohio):

Quote: "Damage from the fire was contained mostly to the vehicle, but some damage was reported to siding, a window, a riding lawnmower and to the garage doors. Some tools also were damaged."

2014-08-17 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM while parked at home, fire spreads, in Randolph (Massachiusetts), near the coast:

Quote: "Fire chief Richard Donovan told WATD the one-alarm blaze broke out at 3 Willard Ter. at approximately 3:30 a.m. A vehicle caught fire, setting another car and the garage of the home ablaze. Damage is estimated at $40,000."

2014-08-17 - Car bursts into flame at 5:30 AM while parked in garage at apartment complex in Antioch (California):

Quote: "A vehicle fire in a garage in Antioch displaced two residents early this morning, fire officials said. Contra Costa County firefighters received a report of a blaze in the garage area of an apartment complex on Lemontree Way at about 5:30 a.m."

2014-08-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Walmart, fire damaged other cars, in Clairemont area of coastal San Diego (California):

2014-08-17 - Car bursts into flame at 3:25 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Randolph (Massachusetts):

2014-08-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked at rest stop near Barrie (Canada):

Quote: "10News learned a Mercedes-Benz caught fire for unknown reasons, and the flames spread to a car parked next to it."

Note: The above five cars were all parked and not running when they spontaneously ignited. This is happening all the time now, even though, oddly enough, fire investigators seem stupidly oblivious to that fact, despite fire-related stuff being THEIR JOB. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time, so parking a vehicle near anything you don't want to see on fire is a risky proposition and could easily cost you your home or your life, just as it has others...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-18 - Pile of scrap metal bursts into flame at 1 AM at metal recycling plant in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):

Note: These fires where scrap metal ignites like this really don't have any other explanation - these fires are caused by hydrogen sulfide and its reactivity with rusty iron/steel. In the past, scrap metal didn't ignite but in the last few years there have been an increasing number of incidents where scrap metal has burst into flame. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground, making explosions, fires and people and animals sickening and/or dying more common during those hours. This area is right on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-19 - Great Pacific Garbage Patch continues growing, now visible from California:

Quote: "An environmental hazard, the patch is growing in the ocean between Hawaii and California. Those who have seen it referred to it as an 'enormous floating landfill.' Captain Charles Moore and his team of scientists from the Algalita Marine Research Institute have been researching the patch for two months. He first discovered it in 1997. They say the garbage has already had an impact on the sealife around it, such as fish with enlarged and discolored livers."

Note: Yeah, a GIGANTIC LANDFILL just upwind from California. What do landfills emit? Hydrogen sulfide. Lots of people mysteriously dying in California in recent years. As the oceans become more 'landfill-like', most life on Earth will die, as has happened in the past. California is downwind of this garbage patch. Actually, the entire planet is downwind of this garbage patch. If a town-sized landfill could force Roxbury (New Jersey) to consider evacuating the town (mentioned in the 2013-06-14 update) then a landfill the size of this one in the Pacific Ocean will ultimately cause the evacuation of the surface of the Earth, either voluntarily by creating survivable habitats and relocating, or involuntarily with people dying, whichever we choose...

2014-08-19 - Persistently high methane levels detected over the Beaufort Sea:

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-20 - Passenger plane lands then bursts into flame at airport in Delhi (India), 28 injured:

Quote: "Emergency alert was sounded at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport on Wednesday evening after an IndiGo flight with 154 people on board caught fire during landing at the airport's Terminal 1. As many as 28 passenger suffered injuries in the fire."

Quote: "Aviation regulator DGCA and the airline have begun probing the incident, as preliminary reports said the smoke was caused by heavy friction on the left brake assembly of the aircraft's landing gear."

Quote: "This is the second incident involving an IndiGo aircraft in the recent past. On March 8, an Indigo plane from Delhi with 182 people on board had caught fire after landing at Kathmandu airport but no one was hurt. Then too, the fire was spotted on the plane's right brake assembly."

Note: I've been warning about this problem for some time. Tires and brake pads are absorbing hydrogen sulfide. Then when brakes are applied, an unusual amount of heat is generated, since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot. Then bad things can happen: tires explode or ignite, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This problem hits massive vehicles the worst - like fire trucks, buses, tanker trucks, etc - but no vehicle is immune. Also see the passenger plane that landed and had its landing gear (nose gear) collapse in coastal New Smyrna Beach (Florida) on this day...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-21 - In four separate incidents, transit bus, truck and two cars burst into flame in coastal Singapore:

Quote: "A bus caught fire along Upper Bukit Timah and Woodlands Road today evening (Aug 21) at about 7.30pm. Stompers Derrick, Zhou and Magdelene had all passed by the scene and contributed photos to Stomp, This is the fourth reported incident of a vehicle catching fire that Stompers have witnessed today. Earlier, Stomp received contributions about cars going up in flames along the AYE, the ECP and at Changi Cargo Complex."

Quote: "The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) had a busy day on Thursday (Aug 21), tending to a rash of vehicle fires. At 7am, they were alerted to a car engulfed in flames along the East Coast Parkway (ECP) near the Bayshore Road exit."

Quote: "At 11:58am, SCDF was notified of another car on fire at the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) towards Tuas near the Jurong Pier Road exit."

Quote: "Nearly two hours later at 1:51pm, SCDF was tipped off to a lorry fire at the Changi Cargo Complex."

Quote: "On Thursday evening, Channel NewsAsia Facebook fans sent in photos of an articulated or 'bendy' bus on fire outside the Ten Mile Junction LRT station along Woodlands Road and near the Junction 10 mall."

Note: 'Coincidence' is inadequate to explain events like this. As the atmospheric contamination intensifies, we'll be seeing more events just like this, where multiple 'separate' fires torch vehicles, homes and businesses. Wait until it's 20 vehicles or 100 vehicles going up in flames in the same city on the same day. It'll be interesting to see how they attempt to spin that to convince people that it's 'normal', seeing as it's already not normal for FOUR vehicles to go up in flames in one city on the same day. What did these vehicles have in common? Not a lot. Same general timeframe, same general geographic location, same atmosphere, and that's about it...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-22 - Container full of junk cars explodes and burns at metal recycling business in Winona (Minnesota):

Quote: "Hendrickson said the cause of the explosion and fire was unknown. While the cars’ upholstery and metal were a fuel source for the fire, all of the gas tanks had been removed prior to being loaded for transport."

Note: This business is located about 1000 feet from the Mississippi River...

2014-08-22 - Metal recycling business ignites on coastal Mare Island (California):

Quote: "A three-alarm fire shut down the north end of Mare Island Friday afternoon as a pile of scrap metal caught fire behind the Alco Iron & Metal Company building on the 600 block of Azuar Drive. Black smoke billowed from the 50-foot high pile for more than 45 minutes as Vallejo firefighters battled the blaze..."

2014-08-22 - Auto salvage yard and barn go up in flames in Blackford County (Indiana):

Quote: "Firefighters are on the scene of a large salvage yard fire on State Road 18 in Blackford County. Crews had trouble getting close to the barn because it was surrounded by flood waters."

Note: Check out the pics. One shows cars almost submerged in floodwater yet still on fire. From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-23 - Volcano Bardarbunga begins erupting beneath the ice in Iceland:

2014-08-23 - Iceland aviation alert code for Bardarbunga raised to RED, eruption imminent or ongoing:

2014-08-23 - Magnitude 5.3 earthquake strikes near Bardarbunga (Iceland):

2014-08-23 - Britain could freeze for YEARS if Bardarbunga erupts significantly:

2014-08-23 - Mount Slamet erupts, dumps ash on nearby towns, in Central Java (Indonesia):

2014-08-23 - Magnitude 6.4 earthquake strikes near the coast near Valparaiso (Chile):

Note: Major coastal earthquakes, volcanoes erupting often near coasts or on islands - MISA Theory keeps on chugging and looking increasingly accurate...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-24 - At least 570 new seeps found venting methane along the East Coast (United States):

Quote: "The team behind the new findings studied what is termed the continental margin, the region of the ocean floor that stands between the coast and the deep ocean. In an area between North Carolina and Massachusetts, they have now found at least 570 seeps at varying depths between 50m and 1,700m. Their findings came as a bit of a surprise. 'It is the first time we have seen this level of seepage outside the Arctic that is not associated with features like oil or gas reservoirs or active tectonic margins,' said Prof Adam Skarke from Mississippi State University, who led the study."

Note: It's no surprise to me, seeing as I've been saying this was happening - and that the problem is escalating - for years now. On the plus side, they're 'only' about four years behind now, so I can dimly make them out in my rearview mirror, which is refreshingly new. Maybe they'll even catch up completely BEFORE we're all dead. Not going to hold my breath on that though...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-08-25 - Magnitude 5.7 earthquake strikes at Bardarbunga's caldera in Iceland:

2014-08-25 - Plane pilots spot possible subsurface volcanic eruption in the Pacific Ocean:

Quote: "As of yet, no-one can explain the lights, although the pilots believe they might have flown over an underwater volcano as it erupted. Dutch pilot JPC van Heijst said he and his co-pilot first noticed a flash of light on the horizon, before flying over the deep red glow 20 minutes later, in what he called the ‘creepiest thing’ he had ever experience in his flight career."

Note: Yep, I think that's what it was. More evidence of the accuracy of MISA Theory, which leads to oceanic heating from below, which leads to widespread methane and hydrogen sulfide releases, which kills off most life on Earth. Several volcanic islands have sprung into existence in the last year or two as well. These pilots may have witnessed a new island trying to be born from volcanic fire, though the eruption may or may not ever break the surface this time...

Category: Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2014-08-26 - Man in his 40s drops dead in carpark in coastal Exmouth (Britain):

2014-08-26 - Man in his 40s drops dead at home in coastal Exmouth (Britain), within 30 mins of the guy who dropped dead in the carpark:

Quote: "Officers say they are not treating either death as suspicious and are preparing a file for the coroner in both cases. They also confirmed that that the two deaths were unrelated."

Note: They haven't eliminated hydrogen sulfide poisoning in either case, so it is impossible for them to 'confirm' that these deaths are unrelated. I have no doubt that they want you to think that though. Gotta keep people oblivious as long as possible - that seems to be the goal of governments now. If that means lying to you until you're dead, I guess they're okay with that. If you're okay with that too then you need do nothing except keep your mouth shut, don't tell others, and wait your turn to drop dead or go insane or burn to death or whatever. Your call there...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-27 - Barge full of scrap metal and scrap cars bursts into flame in the Hutchinson River in coastal Bronx (New York):

2014-08-27 - Metal business damaged by fire at 3 AM near Mariner Mall in Superior (Minnesota):

Quote: "Swanstrom Tools on its website says it 'manufactures technically advanced electronic cutters and pliers, forged from high chromium, high carbon alloy steel.'"

2014-08-27 - Metal business damaged by fire in West Jordan (Utah):

Quote: "Authorities say the fire started at a metal coating business sometime around 7:30 a.m."

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

Category: Multiple Corpses

2014-08-28 - Two sewer workers, men, 46 and 19, gassed to death in Georgetown (Idaho):

Quote: "Two Blackfoot men were overcome by toxic fumes and died while working on the sewer system in this Bear Lake County town."

Note: Two workers were just gassed to death similarly in Scottsdale (Arizona), mentioned in the 2014-08-25 update. Methane and hydrogen sulfide are the two 'sewer gases'. Methane is not particularly deadly but hydrogen sulfide is VERY lethal, as deadly as hydrogen cyanide, which is what they use to execute people in gas chambers.

The problem is this: there is hydrogen sulfide blowing around in the atmosphere. It is a heavier-than-air gas so even when a non-lethal cloud blows through, it will settle and flow to the lowest-lying area that it can find, just like water does. In cities, that will be the sewer system. Once in the sewer system it will accumulate and concentrate and even if the clouds of gas blowing by in the atmosphere are non-lethal, what accumulates in the sewers (and other low-lying areas) may very well be. As a consequence, more sewer workers are getting gassed to death, because the danger is now radically higher than it ever was in the past.

Anyone that enters ANY underground facility now for ANY reason and who doesn't wear a full-body HazMat suit is seriously putting their life at risk. If any gas gets in your home, it will tend to accumulate in the basement, if you have one, else the first floor. That's also where electrical panels and water heaters are frequently located, so even if you're not knocked dead instantly or poisoned slowly over time, your house could ignite or explode since hydrogen sulfide is extremely flammable and highly reactive...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-29 - Passenger plane reports possible engine fire, makes emergency landing in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Note: Lots of planes are coming down smoking too, although the last smoking plane that came down was waaaaay back in...the day prior, at Gatwick Airport (Britain), mentioned in the 2014-08-28 update...

2014-08-29 - Smoke in cockpit sends C-17 cargo plane to emergency landing at McCarran International Airport (Nevada):

Quote: "A military aircraft made an emergency landing at McCarran International Airport this afternoon after the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit."

Note: Planes coming down on fire or smoking is getting to be a regular thing nowadays! That may have been what happened to missing passenger plane MH370 too: caught fire, everyone on board was struck dead or rendered unconscious, then the plane flew on until it ran out of fuel and crashed or hit something and crashed. I'm sure we'll see more disappearing planes too...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest (Pennsylvania Edition)

2014-08-30 - Widespread 'gas odor' reported in Chester, Bucks, Delaware and Montgomery counties (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The utility company had received more than 400 calls from residents reporting the smell as of 4 p.m. Saturday, spokeswoman Jackie Thompson said. Some of the reports originated in Chester and Bucks counties, but the increased call volume has been mainly comprised of reports from residents in Delaware and Montgomery counties, Thompson said. Emergency dispatch centers and fire departments in Delaware and Montgomery counties have also reportedly been inundated with calls reporting a gas odor. Despite the volume of reports, no leaks had been located Saturday evening, Thompson said."

Note: By 'gas odor' they mean the 'rotten egg' odor of mercaptan, which is added so that odorless natural gas has any smell at all. But hydrogen sulfide also smells like 'rotten eggs' at low concentrations, so people will confuse the two smells, and they are. No gas leaks found, so it wasn't natural gas. So this was very likely hydrogen sulfide blowing through this area, a big cloud but low in concentration. Now it will flow to low-lying areas in that area and concentrate, creating much smaller but potentially much more deadly invisible clouds of gas that will then blow on with the wind, adsorbing here and there onto wood and cardboard and trash and tires and whatnot...

2014-08-30 - List of hydrogen sulfide 'caution areas' involving gas and oil wells in Pennsylvania:

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-08-31 - Landfill hit by huge fire in coastal Wareham (Britain):

2014-08-31 - Trash facility erupts in flame in Sacramento (California), two homes burn separately in other incidents:

Quote: "A fire that started at the Elder Creek Transfer Station in south Sacramento Sunday evening has been contained."

2014-08-31 - Recycling facility hit by fire in Marietta (Georgia), nobody there:

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

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