Wednesday, October 1, 2014

2014 - SEP - Other Stories

2014-09-30 - Fears rise of another large eruption at Volcano Ontake (Japan):

2014-09-30 - First Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States, in Dallas (Texas), children exposed:

Quote: "Texas governor Rick Perry reveals schoolchildren from FOUR different schools have been exposed and 18 Americans could be infected..."

2014-09-30 - CDC issues Ebola guidelines for US funeral homes:

Note: Well, if that isn't ominous then I don't know what is. I'm not arguing that it's a bad idea; being prepared is good. IS ominous!

2014-09-30 - US hospitals gearing up for Ebola outbreak:

2014-09-30 - Liberia descends into economic hell as Ebola spreads:

2014-09-30 - 35,000 walruses amass on coast near Point Lay (Alaska), not enough sea ice for them to live normally now:

Quote: "Thousands of walruses are gathered together on one of the last places they have to rest in Alaska — the shore. As the ice they typically rely on for respite between hunts has all but disappeared, the giant animals are clambering to the coast in record numbers."

Note: I mentioned the benefit of the disintegrating Arctic ice previously: shippers are now able to use the Northwest Passage for shipping, which is a first in human history, thanks to the lack of thick sea ice. The downside is that all of the living things that NEED that sea ice for their survival, like these walruses, are suffering...

2014-09-29 - Jellyfish populations rising at an alarming rate in the Mediterranean Sea:

Quote: "The number of jellyfish in the Mediterranean Sea is increasing at an alarming rate."

2014-09-29 - Hydrogen sulfide gas drives rescuers back at Mount Ontake (Japan):

Quote: "Rising levels of hazardous hydrogen sulfide gas made it too dangerous to continue rescue efforts on Monday, reports CBS News correspondent Seth Doane. They hope to resume work Tuesday wearing gas masks."

2014-09-28 - Six people sicken on passenger flight flying to Los Angeles International Airport (California):

2014-09-28 - Some 'dead' people 'coming back to life' in Liberia, people freaking out:

Note: Scientists discovered a while back that hydrogen sulfide can put rodents into a state of 'suspended animation', where their body temp drops to almost room temp and their vitals slow so much that it's almost undetectable that they're still alive. They tried this on pigs but it didn't work. My working theory is that it's not so much the species that matters but the SIZE of the mammal. Rodents are small, pigs are large. Over the last few years there have been a number of incidents where people - often children - have been pronounced dead only to 'come back to life', sometimes at their own funerals. Children are also small. So it's possible that these people in Liberia got hit by hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the ocean and went into 'suspended animation' too, like the children. Liberia is very poor so the people are skinny and underfed, meaning they too will tend to be on the small side. Some of the symptoms of hydrogen sulfide poisoning are the same as Ebola symptoms, especially in cases of acute poisoning, and it appears that no matter WHAT you die of in Liberia these days, everyone just ASSUMES it's from Ebola, as if that's the only thing that can affect people in Liberia now, which is obviously not the case...

2014-09-28 - Magnitude 5.1 earthquake strikes in Paruro Province (Peru), 8 killed, 15 homes destroyed:

2014-09-27 - Volcano Ontake erupts suddenly and violently in Japan, hikers and tourists flee, 30+ killed, some injured:

Quote: "A local eyewitness told NHK that small rocks were being hurled into the air along with the ash. 'It was like thunder,' she said. 'I heard boom, boom - then everything went dark.'"

2014-09-27 - Mud crater suddenly explodes on the island of Sicily (Italy), girl killed, boy missing:

Quote: "A seven-year-old girl has been killed in the sudden eruption of a mud geyser at a nature reserve in southern Sicily, Italian media reports say, and her nine-year-old brother who was celebrating his birthday remains missing. The two children were walking with their father in the Maccalube nature reserve north of Agrigento when a geyser spewed mud over them on Saturday."

Quote: "Police said the girl, her brother and father were buried in mud and sediment when one of the craters exploded in western Sicily on Saturday. The 9-year-old boy was missing while the father was being treated at a hospital. The unique phenomenon is the result of methane gas mixing with salt water and clay."

Note: Sounds like a smaller version of the recent giant Siberian methane-explosion craters...

2014-09-27 - More than 600 earthquakes rattle the area around Mammoth Lakes (California):

Quote: "The swarm of quakes - ranging from magnitude 1.0 to 3.8 - began just before 5 a.m. Thursday, according to the USGS. 'This is one of the largest earthquake swarms we've seen in the past decade or so,' said David Shelly, a USGS research seismologist who has been studying the volcanic system near Mammoth Lakes."

Note: This area is where the Long Valley supervolcano is located. Things that make you go 'Hmmm.'

2014-09-27 - Stench hits area along Highway 165 between Millville and Providence (Utah), blamed on manure, but nobody knows:

Quote: "There is a strange smell on Highway 165 between Millville and Providence. Is it just me, or has anyone else noticed this? And where is it coming from? Is someone dumping dead animals in the bodies of water nearby? It is bad on a warm day. It does not smell like manure; it smells like something died."

2014-09-26 - Nine children experience neurological damage, muscle weakness or paralysis in Colorado, unknown cause:

2014-09-26 - Seventeen soldiers sicken during field training exercise near Fairbanks (Alaska), blamed on carbon monoxide:

Note: The symptoms are all possible symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure too. Carbon monoxide doesn't make sense. It was a field training exercise, so they were outdoors. Carbon monoxide is a lighter-than-air gas, which is why detectors go on ceilings. Outdoors the ceiling is the sky - carbon monoxide doesn't accumulate at ground level. If it did, everyone in every major city where people drive cars would already be dead from all the cars spewing carbon monoxide. So a large-scale carbon monoxide incident outdoors doesn't seem plausible, but I guess they have to tell the people something other than the truth, and at least the symptoms match, so people, being generally clueless, will probably buy this story...

2014-09-25 - Man, 45 to 50, found floating unconscious in swimming pool at hotel in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

2014-09-25 - More than 50 students sicken with mystery illness in Durand (Wisconsin):

2014-09-25 - 39 children sicken with 'mystery illness' in Hampshire (Britain):

2014-09-25 - Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes northwest of coastal Anchorage (Alaska):

Quote: "Photographs on social media websites showed offices with books, paper and chairs strewn about and products fallen from store shelves."

Note: Strewndoom!

2014-09-25 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits the upper lake at Moss Valley Park in Wrexham (Britain):

2014-09-25 - Denver company helps build fire-resistant homes:

Quote: "Denver-based Prescient uses a patented steel-structure system in new builds of multi-family housing, assisted-living communities and hotels. The technology is also being utilized in college- and military-dormitory housing. The steel frames are non-combustible and fire resistant, while traditional wood frames are often the first material that's ignited in-home fires. Wood frames are also the most likely contributor to spreading the flames. The company says its structure system costs only a fraction of wood, steel and concrete. It also only takes a fraction of the time to install."

Note: Better not let that steel rust!

2014-09-24 - Mount Sinabung erupts violently, spews ash, in Indonesia:

Quote: "The volcano rumbled back in September 2013 after being dormant for 400 years. The Indonesian transport ministry warned aircraft to stay away from the path near the volcano."

2014-09-24 - Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes in Argentina:

2014-09-24 - Four large 'fireballs' spotted in the skies in the eastern United States:

Note: Might've been gas plumes igniting and burning as they blew through the atmosphere. Seems unlikely that four meteorites would happen in a compressed timeframe like that. The gas 'fireballs' will burn bluish if they're primarily comprised of methane and greenish if they're primarily comprised of hydrogen sulfide or blue-green if there's some of both gases burning...

2014-09-23 - 'Chemical incident' evacuates three streets in Derby (Britain):

2014-09-23 - So many people are dying of Ebola in Liberia that they're bringing in a livestock incinerator to burn the corpses:

Quote: "Since all infected bodies have to be burned, the casualties have exceeded the ability of Monrovia's local crematorium to cope. MSF has had to import an incinerator from Europe - normally used for livestock - to assist."

2014-09-22 - Man gets arrested then 'suffers fit' in police van in West Sussex (Britain):

Note: Sounds like a seizure, so this guy may have been hit by hydrogen sulfide, which fried his brain and made him go crazy or get violent and then shortly after being apprehended he spazzed out. Too bad we can't follow these stories, to see if this man is alive a week from now...

2014-09-22 - Shelter-in-place tips brought to you by Salt Lake City's Fire Department:

Note: A goodly chunk of this article discusses things you would want to do to protect yourself from poison gas in the area, like turning off all heating/AC systems, closing doors/windows, using duct tape and plastic sheeting to seal windows/doors, bringing your emergency supply kit indoors with you 'unless you have reason to believe it has been contaminated', etc.

2014-09-22 - Scientists 'hack' photosynthesis, potential major breakthrough:

2014-09-22 - Woman reporting on cannabis club on the air announces she owns the club and quits in Alaska:

Quote: "'Now everything you’ve heard is why I, the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness, which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska,' Green said on air. 'And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but, f*** it, I quit.'"

Note: Now that was an interesting way to quit!

2014-09-21 - Volcano Rincón de la Vieja shows signs of unrest, phreatic explosions, in Costa Rica:

2014-09-21 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak spreads in the Willamette River (Oregon):

Quote: "The Oregon Health Authority on Friday afternoon expanded a health advisory along the Willamette River, recommending people stay out of the water from Ross Island to the south end of Sauvie Island."

2014-09-21 - SpaceX launches 'Dragon' cargo ship into space:

2014-09-21 - Tunnels almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower detected below ice in Antarctica:

2014-09-20 - Man goes missing, empty running 'ghost boat' found, at Stockton Lake (Missouri):

Quote: "The Missouri State Highway Patrol says its officers have been searching Stockton Lake this weekend for a man who is missing. His boat was found running but empty out on the lake on Friday evening."

2014-09-20 - Man, 45, goes missing on kayak near Fog Island (Maine):

2014-09-20 - Series of earthquakes strikes the North Cotabato area (Philippine Islands), 82 homes and a church damaged:

2014-09-20 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Wickiup Reservoir (Oregon):

2014-09-20 - First unescorted cargo ship now sailing through the Northwest Passage in the Arctic:

Quote: "Fednav, a Canadian-owned company and world leader in Arctic navigation, today announced that its vessel, the MV Nunavik sailed from Deception Bay en route to China via Canada's Northwest Passage, with a full cargo of nickel concentrate. The Nunavik will be one of the first commercial vessels to transit the Northwest Passage completely, and the first to do so unescorted with an Arctic cargo..."

Note: Shippers have been chomping at the bit waiting for the old thick Arctic ice to disintegrate enough to allow this. With the Arctic ice melting away so dramatically, this is the benefit: that cargo ships will now be able to make this passage where they never could before, saving considerably on time and fuel...

2014-09-20 - Weird squishy green egg-looking things wash ashore at beach in Sydney (Australia):

2014-09-20 - California issuing permits for driverless cars:

Quote: "With California's testing rules in effect, the DMV is drafting regulations that will govern self-driving cars once they are ready for the general public. Those rules, which the DMV must finish by year's end, will untie knotty issues such as whether a person needs to be in the vehicle at all."

Note: Looks like soon civilization won't need people at all!

2014-09-19 - Mount Slamet erupts violently in Indonesia:

Quote: "Indonesia's Mount Slamet volcano began violently erupting Friday morning, scattering ash over surrounding villages in central Java. There are seven villages only four miles from the volcano. Officials have made preparations to move the nearly 24,000 residents in case the volcano becomes more dangerous."

2014-09-19 - Ebola may mutate and spread like the flu:

2014-09-19 - Infections by dangerous parasite Cryptosporidium triple in Florida since 2013:

Quote: "So far this year, cases have just about tripled compared to 2013."

2014-09-19 - August 2014 was the warmest August ever recorded:

Quote: "In a separate study, researchers discovered a link between rising ocean temperatures, and a large pocket of cold air known as the polar vortex. They found that as oceans heat up and melt the Arctic ice, warm air is released that destabilises polar air and sends cold blasts into the atmosphere."

2014-09-18 - Elevated hydrogen sulfide levels hit the Coachella Valley (California), blamed on the Salton Sea:

Note: And now that gas will settle into low-lying areas, adsorb onto wood/paper/tires/trash and more, and it will concentrate, the large low-concentration cloud breaking up into many much smaller but higher-concentration clouds. Any cloud - like, say, one in a ditch - that reaches 1 part per 1000 in concentration will be immediately fatal to anyone that breathes it, and you may be slow-poisoned by skin contact with materials onto which the gas has adsorbed too...

2014-09-18 - Chemical odor forces employees out of business, source of odor not discovered, in Provo (Utah):

Quote: "The Provo Fire Department received a call of a strong chemical smell inside the Smith MegaDiamond building around 1:30 a.m. When they arrived, they say several employees complained of minor skin and eye irritation. Firefighters spent about an hour trying to determine the source of the odor but could not."

2014-09-18 - Chemical smell emanates from toilets at bus station in Coventry (Britain), 5 injured:

Quote: "Five people have been injured after a suspected chemical leak at Pool Meadow Bus Station. Fire, police and ambulance crews were called to the Fairfax Street station in Coventry city centre after reports of a strong chemical smell coming from the public toilets."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is commonly called 'sewer gas'. Lots of people have been found dead in bathrooms and toilets in recent times. If the sewer trap isn't filled or isn't functioning properly then the gas can infiltrate buildings that way. A woman was gassed to death by hydrogen sulfide in her home in Kansas City (Missouri) because of a dry sewer trap, mentioned in the 2013-07-04 update...

2014-09-18 - Noxious odor hits McMinnville (Oregon), blamed on sewers, or maybe a landfill, or maybe manure:

Quote: "The mysterious stench in McMinnville left many guessing. Some thought sewer work around town was the culprit. But large vacuums used in the process typically suck up any related smells, said city employee Mike Hailey. Others pointed the finger at the Riverbend Landfill. Waste Management spokesperson Jackie Lang said it received several calls from residents about what was described as a sewage smell. That typically is not the type of odor a landfill would produce, Lang said."

Note: Landfills do emit both hydrogen sulfide and methane. Methane is odorless, but hydrogen sulfide is called 'sewer gas'. This might've simply been a cloud of hydrogen sulfide blowing through this area coming in off the Pacific Ocean, which, not coincidentally, has been dying off hard this last year. The fact that they smelled it AND that it smelled bad is actually sort of good because that means that the concentration was low. But now the gas will sink into low-lying areas and concentrate, creating much smaller - but potentially lethal - clouds of gas that may blow around in that area for a bit until the winds take it elsewhere...

2014-09-17 - Man goes out on boat, goes missing, empty 'ghost boat' found, on Silver Lake near Kenosha (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The search on Silver Lake began Tuesday night after family members reported 66-year-old John Spoor of McHenry, Illinois, had not returned from his fishing trip. Sheriff's officials located the man's boat, but there was no sign of him."

2014-09-17 - Magnitude 7.1 earthquake strikes in the ocean near the island of Guam:

2014-09-16 - Man in his 40s has heart problems on passenger plane flying out of Houston (Texas), resuscitated:

2014-09-16 - Three-eyed cow born in Tamil Nadu (India):

2014-09-16 - Beer prices set to skyrocket:

Note: Dooooooom!

2014-09-15 - Man and dog suddenly sicken at Willowbrook Park on coastal Staten Island (New York):

Quote: "A toxic mystery is unfolding on Staten Island. First a dog, and then city worker, got sick. It's unclear whether it was the water or the air, but fears about some sort of hazardous material loose in the borough brought a huge response."

Note: Since both the dog AND the man sickened, it was probably 'something' blowing through in the air. That man's lucky not to have ended up as yet another corpse found near a body of water...

2014-09-15 - Seismologists predict that Bardarbunga is gonna blow in Iceland:

2014-09-15 - Volcano Mayon rumbles and erupts on Luzon Island, alert level raised to 3 (of 4) in the Philippine Islands:

Quote: "What the alert level 3 did was to fast-track the preparation to evacuate 12,000 families in the 6-8 km extended danger zone..."

2014-09-15 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Tenmile Lakes (Oregon):

2014-09-15 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir (Idaho):

2014-09-15 - DARPA testing planes with 'Star Wars'-style laser cannon:

2014-09-14 - Drought causing serious misery in California:

2014-09-14 - Ebola continues wreaking havoc and causing misery in Africa:

2014-09-14 - US government orders 160,000 HazMat suits:

2014-09-14 - Expert predicts 1.2 million deaths from Ebola:

2014-09-14 - Mysterious streak of light over California baffles scientists and laymen:

Quote: "I was a bit concerned because the object was clearly spraying some substance into the air..."

Note: Maybe spraying something to react away atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane blowing in off the ocean...

2014-09-14 - Scottish researchers make major progress in producing hydrogen for use as clean energy source:

2014-09-13 - Large number of jellyfish create sheen in Buzzard Bay near coastal Bourne (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The U.S. Coast Guard says crews responding to a report of a large oil sheen in Buzzard Bay have discovered a large area of jellyfish."

2014-09-13 - Brain-eating amoeba problem prompts declaration of state of emergency in St. John the Baptist Parish (Louisiana):

Quote: "As efforts to eradicate the potentially fatal pest from the water supply continue, the local school board has been forced to declare a state of emergency so that they can spend the money needed to secure bottled water for schools in the affected area."

2014-09-13 - Mount Slamet shows signs of activity in Indonesia:

Quote: "Mount Slamet erupted twice on Thursday, sending thick ash and other volcanic material up to 1,000 meters into the air. The observation post in Gambuhan village, in Pemalang district, also recorded 33 explosions heard from the mountain."

2014-09-13 - Mount Lokon erupts three times on Sulawesi Island (Indonesia):

Quote: "Mount Lokon volcano on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island erupted three times on Saturday, spewing ash 500 metres into the air, an official said."

2014-09-13 - Hurricane Odile strengthens and becomes Cat 4 hurricane off the coast of Baja California:

2014-09-13 - Responders train for nuclear explosion near I-80, in Scottsbluff (Nebraska):

Note: As mentioned before, as the atmospheric contamination proceeds, the explosions caused by atmospheric methane and/or hydrogen sulfide detonating may eventually rival the power of the nuclear explosion that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation. This particular training exercise looks targeted at dealing with the aftermath of such an explosion...

2014-09-13 - Responders train for plane crash and fire at Coastal Carolina Regional Airport in coastal New Bern (North Carolina):

2014-09-12 - Eight people suddenly die of mystery affliction in Maracay (Venezuela):

2014-09-12 - Lava approaches vacant lots in subdivision on the Big Island (Hawaii):

2014-09-12 - Putrid smell permeates basement at government building in Alamogordo (New Mexico):

Quote: "He said the putrid scent has been a reoccurring and ongoing issue since the county first moved into the building in 2010. 'We've had a sewer smell in there that we just cannot fix,' Rardin said. 'It's been years. Not just months — years,' Rardin said. 'I've been in that building while that smell is in there and I don't know how you guys stay in that building. I really don't. You cannot get used to that smell.'"

2014-09-12 - Submarine launches three Trident II missiles at 6 AM off the coast of California:

Quote: "And late this afternoon the Navy confirmed it was rockets. They say that three Trident II missiles were launched from a submarine off the coast of Southern California just before 6 a.m. Friday morning. Mystery solved."

Note: The mystery of what the lights were is solved. The mystery of why a submarine is launching rockets over California and Nevada is not solved. Are they trying to blow up atmospheric methane and hydrogen sulfide plumes? Launching atmospheric monitoring equipment?

2014-09-11 - 'Gas odor' hits area in Grand Junction (Colorado), nothing found:

Quote: "Crews have cleared the scene and found nothing of concern, all roads are open in the area."

Note: So a 'rotten egg' odor was smelled across a pretty big area. Gas crews checked, no leaks or problems with the lines. Natural gas smells like 'rotten eggs' because of the mercaptan they add to it, but hydrogen sulfide also smells like 'rotten eggs' at low concentrations, so people are confusing the two. No gas leaks, so what else could this have been? The fact that they didn't find any source for natural gas is not reassuring - it's alarming, because that means it wasn't natural gas that blew through this area...

2014-09-11 - Western South Dakota hit with as much as 8 inches of snow in earliest winter storm for Rapid City in 120 years:

Quote: "But a warm front moving in will raise temperatures to almost 70 by the end of the weekend. That's cold comfort to those who fear the early start to the annual deep freeze foreshadows a miserable winter - particularly given autumn remains almost two weeks off."

2014-09-11 - Man falls off I-5 overpass and lands on car in coastal Seattle (Washington), possible toppler, 2 injured:

2014-09-11 - Firefighters train for plane fires at Lambert Airport in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

Note: Come for the world-famous Busch Brewery and the St. Louis Cardinals, stay for the plane fires and riots!

2014-09-11 - Responders train for explosion at baseball game in Modesto (California):

Note: Training for plane fires and explosions sounds like a good idea, what with all the plane fires and explosions that have been occurring...

2014-09-10 - Man sickens after contact with unknown chemical at business in coastal Suffolk (Virginia):

2014-09-10 - Rare calico-colored lobster caught off the coast of Maine:

2014-09-09 - Bardarbunga fissure eruption now largest lava eruption in Iceland since the 1800s, officials concerned:

Quote: "The ongoing volcanic eruption in Holuhraun has already become the largest lava eruption in Iceland since the 19th century, according to volcanologist Ármann Höskuldsson."

Quote: "Increased subsidence in the caldera of Bardarbunga volcano is a cause for grave concern, due to possible large eruption and glacial flood, says Vidir Reynisson, director of the Civil Protection Agency in Iceland. The subsidence is thought to increase the likelyhood of an eruption in Bardarbunga."

Note: Not looking good. Bardarbunga's caldera has been steadily collapsing. That is one giant pile of ice sitting atop that caldera. If it collapses into magma then there may be a huge volcanic explosion and eruption. Already high levels of sulfur dioxide are spewing east and south of Iceland, hitting Ireland and other European countries. And before this eruption even began, anomalous 'cold events' were already on the rise, from all the other volcanic eruptions that have been steadily occurring. One (really big) volcanic eruption 77,000 years ago killed off 99.9% of the human race with volcanic winter and mass starvation. Many volcanoes erupting can easily surpass the effects of any one eruption and many volcanoes have been erupting. Widespread volcanism also results in hydrogen sulfide and methane planetary extinction events, as explained by this PDF file from an article published in Scientific American in 2006. That's already underway.

The rise in earthquakes and volcanism was predicted by MISA Theory back in 2010. Everything that has happened since then only confirms the accuracy of MISA Theory, though we're certainly not done with major earthquakes and volcanic events and there will be plenty more supporting evidence yet to come.

2014-09-09 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Turner Reservoir in coastal East Providence (Rhode Island):

2014-09-08 - Record rainfall pounds Phoenix (Arizona), at least 2 killed:

2014-09-08 - Ebola spreading exponentially in Liberia:

Quote: "The Ebola virus is spreading exponentially in Liberia, where many thousands of new cases expected over the coming three weeks, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Monday."

2014-09-08 - The world’s oldest and deepest body of freshwater, Lake Baikal, turning into a fetid swamp in Russia:

2014-09-08 - Higgs Boson could unexpectedly destroy the universe, Stephen Hawking warns:

Quote: "Higgs’ elementary particle underpins existence in our universe might become unstable, warns renowned physicist Stephen Hawking. The energy potential of the ‘God particle’ is so vital for the entire universe it could make the cosmos collide, he concludes."

Note: As if we didn't have enough problems already, Mr. Hawking!

2014-09-07 - Around 100 teens rampage at mall, stomp person's head, in Memphis (Tennessee), 3 injured:

Quote: "It shows a young adult lying still on the ground as others repeatedly kick him and stomp his head. Other are seen being chased or knocked to the ground."

2014-09-07 - Volcano Zhupanovsky erupts twice, blows ash 10 kilometers into the air, on the Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia):

2014-09-07 - College student, man, topples off third floor of frat house in Middletown (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2014-09-07 - Elevator plunges 32 stories at construction site in coastal Istanbul (Turkey), 10 killed:

2014-09-07 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Bluewater Lake (New Mexico):

2014-09-07 - Australian solar plant rivals fossil fuels:

2014-09-06 - Fumes from garbage in garbage truck knock worker unconscious in coastal Pawtucket (Rhode Island):

Quote: "Fire officials now tell NBC 10 they believe it was carbon monoxide fumes omitted from the garbage truck that caused the garbage worker to pass out, but they are still investigating the cause."

Quote: "Firefighters evacuated 12 houses Saturday morning after attending to a stricken and semi-conscious garbage truck driver who reported that he had smelled noxious fumes, according to authorities. After smelling the fumes and beginning to lose consciousness, the disoriented driver was able to stop the truck on Saratoga Avenue and escape the cab around 8:30 a.m., said Pawtucket fire Battalion Chief Steve Tanguay."

Note: Maybe nobody ever told them this but carbon monoxide is a lighter-than-air gas, so when outdoors it just heads up into the sky. Also, maybe nobody told them this either, but carbon monoxide is ODORLESS - which is what makes it so dangerous - so that's DEFINITELY NOT what he smelled. This was very likely hydrogen sulfide, which is a heavier-than-air gas, which got into that garbage. Unlike carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide can knock you unconscious VERY quickly, assuming it doesn't flat-out kill you. A man was found dead on the conveyor belt at a recycling center in Vancouver (Washington) a couple of days prior, mentioned in the 2014-09-04 update. and he was likely killed by hydrogen sulfide that had contaminated some trash that he was near or touching, so he flopped over dead and his corpse ended up at the dump...

2014-09-06 - Man goes out on boat, goes missing, empty 'ghost boat' found in Lake Ontario near St. Catharines (Canada):

Quote: "Canadian Coast Guard personnel are searching for a man this morning after his boat was found near the shore in St. Catharines."

2014-09-06 - Man, 47, swims to retrieve boat, disappears, near coastal Panama City Beach (Florida):

2014-09-06 - Mauna Loa starts rumbling, most activity in more than in a decade, on the Big Island (Hawaii):

Quote: "This comes just after a state of emergency was declared as the lava flow from Kilauea inches toward the Ka'ohe Homesteads subdivision, potentially threatening the lower Puna area."

2014-09-06 - Unknown respiratory illness afflicting children in Quincy (Illinois):

2014-09-05 - Hundreds of children sickening with mystery life-threatening respiratory illness in the Denver area (Colorado):

Quote: "Patients often complain of a rapid onset of cold-like symptoms and then suddenly are unable to breathe. 'My head started hurting and after that my lungs started sort of closing up. It felt different,' said 13-year-old Will Cornejo, of Lone Tree. 'He was in really bad shape. He came really close to death. He was unconscious at our house and white as a ghost with blue lips -- he just passed out,' said Will's mother, Jennifer Cornejo. 'To go from a cold to you know, minutes away from death is kind of scary,' said his [father], Matt Cornejo."

Quote: "Officials at Children's Hospital Colorado say they are also experiencing a surge in patients fighting the same virus -- up to 250 children a day since Wednesday."

Note: Rapid-onset, respiratory failure, unconsciousness. Things that make you go 'Hmmm...'

2014-09-05 - Woman, 70, forgets who she is, begs people for help, in Katy (Texas):

Quote: "A 70-year-old woman was wandering around a gas station Thursday night begging for help in west Harris County. The woman told strangers she had no idea who she was or where she had been."

2014-09-05 - Man jumps in water, never resurfaces, at Muskegon Lake in North Muskegon (Michigan):

2014-09-05 - 18-inch shrimp-like creature pulled from the ocean at Fort Pierce (Florida):

Quote: "The FWC said on its Facebook post showing the creature that scientists think it may be a type of mantis shrimp, which is actually not related to shrimp, but is a type of crustacean."

Note: Exceptionally large mantis shrimp grow to be 15 inches. This is 20% bigger than even an exceptionally large mantis shrimp. Maybe this is something new...

2014-09-05 - Two white lobsters caught in one week off the coast near Rockland (Maine):

Quote: "It was a very rare find off the coast of Maine as two white colored lobsters were caught in traps this week. Both were caught off the coast of Rockland. If they are true white lobsters it would be the rarest color of all, a one in 100 million chance. The odds of being struck by lightning are one in 700,000."

2014-09-04 - Villagers afflicted with unknown brain problem in Kazakhstan:

Quote: "The villagers began to ask for medical help complaining of drowsiness, memory loss and hallucinations. All of them were diagnosed with 'encephalopathy of unknown etiology.'"

Quote: "Specialists excluded infectious and bacterial factors and assured that the radiation background in the village was within normal limits. The maximum permissible concentration of salt and heavy metals was not exceeded."

Quote: "In May this year, officials at the Ministry of Health said that one of the possible causes of 'sleeping sickness' in the village of Kalachi could become a high concentration of vapors in basements during the heating season."

Quote: "After waking up, the children were behaving inappropriately. They suffered from delusions and hallucinations; some had to be tied up as it seemed that they intended to hurt themselves."

Note: About 60 people have been afflicted. They fall unconscious, experience memory loss, have hallucinations, and when they wake up they're 'not the same' and do crazy shit, like hurting themselves. This sounds very much like hydrogen sulfide poisoning, which is a broad-spectrum poison but does the most damage to the neurology, the brain. They've eliminated pretty much every possibility EXCEPT an environmental toxin. The mentioning of basements is worth noting since hydrogen sulfide, a heavier-than-air gas, will tend to accumulate in basements when it infiltrates buildings. Also, children, being smaller than adults, tend to succumb easier to toxins.

12,000 endangered saiga antelope dropped dead on May 27 in 2010 in Kazakhstan too. That was one of the events that woke me up. They all died in the same area. Since they're grazers, that doesn't happen due to disease - they'd have been scattered over a wider area as the weakest succumbed and then the next weakest and so on, as they moved. So whatever killed them did so very quickly and was 100% fatal. That's when I asked myself: could one of these ancient H2S-methane extinction events be underway now? I've seen plenty enough since then to be certain that that is indeed the case. Your government has been preparing, as best they can, for widespread human die-off and an unsurvivable surface of the Earth. I guess they just don't think it'd be advantageous if YOU knew what was going on...

2014-09-04 - Man, 72, sickens on boat in Lake Superior near Bayfield (Wisconsin):

2014-09-04 - Man, 47, goes into cardiac arrest on boat near Breezy Point in coastal Queens (New York), resuscitated:

2014-09-04 - Man, 46, has chest pains on ship near coastal Port Elizabeth (South Africa), medevac'd off:

Quote: "On Aug 23, 2014, at 8.10 p.m. the ,NSRI Port Elizabeth were activated by the Transnet National Ports Authority to respond to the 'Birch 3', lying at anchorage nine nautical miles off Port Elizabeth, to patient evacuate a 46 year old Filipino sailor suffering chest pains. The NSRI Port Elizabeth launched the sea rescue craft 'Spirit of Toft' accompanied by a relay private ambulance service paramedic and on arrival on-scene the paramedic stabilised the patient who was transferred onto the sea rescue craft and brought to shore and transported to hospital by a Relay private ambulance service ambulance in a stable condition for further treatment."

2014-09-04 - Man falls off cargo ship and disappears into the River Humber near coastal Grimsby (Britain):

2014-09-04 - Passenger sickens on Jet2 plane flight, plane makes emergency landing at London Stansted Airport (Britain):

Note: Another Jet2 flight just made an emergency landing the day prior due to the cabin filling with smoke, mentioned in the 2014-09-03 update...

2014-09-04 - Sulfur dioxide (SO2) cloud from Iceland's fissure eruptions heading toward Britain:

2014-09-04 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Lac qui Parle Lake near Milan (Minnesota):

2014-09-04 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) outbreak hits Willen Lake (Britain):

2014-09-03 - Woman jumps in water, never resurfaces, at Big Creek Park area near Holiday Marina in Gainesville (Georgia):

2014-09-03 - Snowstorm blankets part of southern Alberta (Canada):

Note: Nothing like a snowstorm to cool you down in the SUMMER! Winter starting a coupla months early? Another anomalous 'cold event'. Volcanic winter may be in the early phase already, even if Iceland doesn't go kaboom, due to all the OTHER volcanic eruptions that have steadily been occurring...

2014-09-03 - Kilauea keeps erupting, lava flows within a mile of homes, state of emergency declared in Puna (Hawaii):

Quote: "A creeping lava flow from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano moved within one mile of homes in lower Puna Thursday, prompting the mayor of Hawaii's Big Island to declare a state of emergency for the county. Although the lava flow has been described as 'very slow-moving,' KHON reports, scientists at Hawaii's Volcano Observatory warned it could reach the Kaohe Homesteads subdivision in five to seven days. The emergency declaration was issued after the volcano observatory raised the level from a watch to a warning, Hawaii News Now reports."

2014-09-03 - Cool smoke-penetrating satellite image of huge forest fire in August in Klamath National Forest (California):

Quote: "State-of-the-art imaging technology on board DigitalGlobe’s recently launched WorldView-3 satellite offers unprecedented views of world events. The technology, known as Shortwave Infrared Imagery, or SWIR, can penetrate thick clouds of smoke, as shown in the above image of a forest fire. The photo reveals a clear image of an August fire at the Happy Camp complex in California’s Klamath National Forest."

2014-09-02 - Noxious fumes hit nine people at movie theater in coastal Bronx (New York), blamed on pepper spray:

Quote: "The patrons were at AMC Bay Plaza cinema on Bartow Ave. in Baychester at around 9:45 p.m. when they were hit by fumes from the noxious agent, an FDNY spokesman said. It was not immediately clear who sprayed the substance or where the toxins were spritzed."

Note: And yet nobody saw anybody spray pepper spray, and nobody was arrested, and the chemical wasn't identified as pepper spray. Looks like a cover story to explain multiple people being hit by eye-irritating noxious gas, just like the 'mixing chemicals' story was used to explain away the guy being gassed to death and others sickening from hydrogen sulfide in that apartment building in coastal Brooklyn Park (Maryland) on this day. They've used the 'pepper spray' story numerous times and, since it seems to be placating people, I'm sure they'll use it again. And hydrogen sulfide IS an eye-irritant...

2014-09-02 - Toxic blue-green algae (cynabacteria) outbreak hits Lake Ronkonkoma (New York):

2014-09-02 - Variety of images of the fissure eruption occurring near Bardarbunga in Iceland:!/index/G0000VHvgRsUlb5M

2014-09-02 - First responders meet for major training during 'Urban Shield' in coastal Alameda County (California):

2014-09-02 - Ten-foot python found in flowerbed at home in Phoenix (Arizona):

2014-09-02 - Great Dane eats 43 socks at home in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "They removed 43 and 1/2 socks from the dog’s stomach. A photo provided by the hospital showed all 43 socks; it’s unknown if there are any matches."

Note: Asockalypse now!

2014-09-01 - Radioactive wild boars roaming the forests of Germany:

Quote: "Wild boars still roam the forests of Germany, where they are hunted for their meat, which is sold as a delicacy. But in recent tests by the state government of Saxony, more than one in three boars were found to give off such high levels of radiation that they are unfit for human consumption."

Note: This sounds like the makings of a bad SyFy Channel movie here...

2014-09-01 - Man beheads himself with chain and car in coastal Bronx (New York):

Quote: "Tomas Rivera, 51, tied a chain from his head to a pole, then hit the gas on his 2005 Honda CRV in Hunts Point, cops said."

Note: 'Take a little off the top...'

2014-09-01 - Cities get constipated and create huge clogging 'fatbergs':

2014-09-01 - Apple's spaceship-looking campus takes shape in Cupertino (California):

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