Saturday, November 1, 2014

2014 - OCT - Spotlight Stories

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-01 - 134-foot tall (41 meters) bronze-coated sculpture bursts into flame in Guilin (China):

Quote: "A 41-metre tall bronze-coated concrete Pagoda in a tourist destination of southern China’s Guilin City caught fire on Wednesday morning. The fire, which lasted more than two hours, was put off by firefighters, the fire department said. The 'Sun Pagoda', one of the double Pagodas dubbed as 'Sun and Moon', which have been among the tourist landmarks of Guilin, caught fire. It was made of 350 tonnes of bronze, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported."

Note: Wow, when I said metal-related stuff would be burning up, I hadn't envisioned 13-story-tall metal-covered statues going up in flames! It's a shame that there are no pics because that had to be quite a sight to see...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-02 - Gas drilling platform erupts in flame at 7:30 AM in the Cook Inlet (Alaska), crew evacuated:

Note: An oil platform was hit by an explosion recently in the Gulf of Mexico near Louisiana too, killing one person and injuring two more, mentioned in the 2014-09-13 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-03 - Assisted-living facility under construction destroyed by massive fire in coastal Vancouver (Canada), nobody there:

Note: And here's yet another building under construction getting incinerated. Buildings under construction are vulnerable to the atmospheric contamination problem because they're wide open to the atmosphere until they're almost completed. Numerous HUMONGOUS fires have destroyed some major buildings under construction in the last year, especially in coastal areas. From the full hypothesis: "So far as homes are concerned, vacant homes, unoccupied homes and homes under construction will burn hardest and first but the number of occupied homes burning will also be increasing."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-04 - Passenger plane fills with smoke before takeoff at airport in coastal Karachi (Pakistan), plane evacuated:

Note: Smoke in the cabin just sent a passenger plane to an emergency landing at DFW Airport in Texas two days prior too, mentioned in the 2014-10-02 update. An airplane and hangar were destroyed by fire a few days prior to that, near Lake Stevens (Washington), mentioned in the 2014-09-29 update. Smoke in the cabin sent a passenger plane to an emergency landing in coastal Glasgow (Scotland), mentioned in the 2014-09-26 update. A small plane burst into flame in flight and landed at Reno-Stead Airport in Reno (Nevada), mentioned in the 2014-09-14 update. And so on. Not looking too good for the aviation industry...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-05 - In separate incidents, within minutes, within a mile, RV and parked garbage truck burst into flame in Kingston (New York):

Quote: "A motor home fire off state Route 32 north in the town of Ulster on Sunday afternoon led to the discovery of a second vehicle fire at the Ulster County Waste Management facility at 999 Flatbush Road in which the cab of a sanitation truck was in flames."

Note: Very similar to the two boats that burst into flame within 3 minutes while parked at separate marinas in coastal Washington DC, mentioned in the 2014-02-11 update. Also similar to the SUV that burst into flame at the same time as a dimmer switch burst into flame at the home next door, at 3:30 AM, in Stuttgart (Arkansas), mentioned in the 2013-02-05 update. Also similar to a more recent event where a fire broke out at a beach at about the same time as a car burst into flame nearby while parked at a home in coastal Keahou (Hawaii), mentioned in the 2014-09-14 update. None of these events are coincidences, and the only thing they have in common is the atmosphere. As the atmospheric contamination intensifies, the invisible clouds of methane and/or hydrogen sulfide blowing around will increase in number, size and concentration, making it more common for multiple things to ignite in the same general area and in a compressed timeframe...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-06 - Twelve airplanes, 3 vehicles and hangar destroyed by fire at airport near Camas (Washington), nobody in hangar:

Quote: "Firefighters prevent a fire from spreading at Grove Field near Camas, Wash., Monday, Oct. 6, 2014. About a dozen small planes burned in the two-alarm fire at the airport operated by the Port of Camas-Washougal. The fire burned 14 hangar bays and also burned three vehicles."

Note: Just like the parking lots of ground vehicles that have been burning. This was just an indoor parking lot for planes. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time, running or parked. This airstrip is located just northeast (downwind) of Lacamas Lake...

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2014-10-07 - Naked bloody man steals bicycle, attacks deputies, on Beach Way Northeast in coastal Olympia (Washington):

Quote: "A deputy arrived to find the suspect, who identified himself as 'Joseph from the Bible,' completely nude and with blood dripping from his face, according to the Sheriff's Office. His eyes were wild, and he was speaking nonsense. According to the Sheriff's Office, the suspect resisted the deputy's attempts to arrest him even after the deputy used a Taser on him. He reportedly attempted to run and was able to fight off both the deputy and a Lacey Police Department officer. It took another three deputies to finally apprehend the suspect, according to the Sheriff's Office. Medics gave him a sedative, and he was taken to St. Peter Hospital, where he remains unidentified. Deputies found the suspect's clothes strewn around the neighborhood and recovered the bicycle in a field two blocks from where it had been stolen."

Note: Hey 'Joseph', if you're looking for 'Jesus', he was just taken in after a naked rampage at the capitol rotunda in Madison (Wisconsin), mentioned in the 2014-09-29 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-08 - Mobile home explodes and burns, fire spreads to storage barn, 60+ classic cars incinerated, in Weld County (Colorado):

Quote: "Flames charred more than 60 rare, restored 1950s-era Cadillacs worth millions. 'It’s terrible. It’s a great loss. These cars, most of them were basically completely finished,' said witness Kevin Arrick."

Quote: "CBS4 was told each car was worth between $100,000 to $200,000. The rarest that was destroyed was a 1958 Cadillac that had been restored to its prime."

Quote: "Firefighters have responded to at least three explosions in the area over the past week. Arson investigators are trying to figure out if there is a connection between the most recent explosion and others."

Note: Sure, there's a connection: the atmosphere. A locomotive repair business and two locomotives were just destroyed by an explosion and fire in Guthrie (Kentucky), mentioned in the 2014-10-05 update. A hangar, 12 airplanes and 3 vehicles were just destroyed by fire near Camas (Washington), mentioned in the 2014-10-06 update. Numerous homes have been exploding, and numerous vehicle-centric facilities have been burning, so this was like a combination of the two things, a mobile home exploding which then ignited and incinerated a nearby building full of vehicles...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-09 - Home, barn and another building destroyed by huge explosion and fire on Stagecoach Road in Greely (Canada):

Quote: "Three buildings have been flattened were engulfed in a fire in Greely, Ont., just south of Ottawa, after an apparent explosion. Ottawa Fire Services responded to multiple 911 calls reporting the fire in the 1900 block of Stagecoach Road in Greely around 8:30 p.m. A barn, a house and another structure on the property have been flattened, the Ottawa Fire Services public information officer tweeted."

Note: Big-ass explosion here! Just east (downwind) of the Rideau River...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-10 - 3/4 of an acre of scrap metal bursts into flame at metal recycling facility in coastal Puunene (Hawaii):

Quote: "Fire companies from Kahului, Wailea and Wailuku responded to the shop off Mokulele Highway at around 9:30 p.m., finding about 3/4 acres of scrap metal in flames..."

2014-10-10 - Metal business destroyed by fire in Paris, Ontario (Canada):

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

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-11 - Serious underground electrical explosion and fire hits downtown Calgary (Canada), blackouts ensue:

Quote: "Stinking smoke billowed from the open manhole, with blue flames occasionally shooting out into the night as well. Firefighters called the situation, largely invisible from the surface save for the smoke and quick spouts of flames, 'a serious underground fire.'"

Quote: "A 'freak' underground fire downtown has sparked power outages for thousands of residents, snarled traffic, injured an ATCO employee, and even cut water pressure for some in a large swath of downtown. An estimated 5,000 Enmax customers and 2,100 area businesses will be without power for as long as a week."

Quote: "The damage from an underground fire in downtown Calgary Saturday night was extensive, 'completely destroying' the electrical infrastructure involved, said utility company Enmax. Because of the extent of the damage, utility crews will have to replace not only the damaged part of the electrical system, but also many connecting parts from across the city."

2014-10-11 - Underground electrical fire breaks out and fuse box ignites separately in the wee hours in coastal Brighton (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters were called to EAT in North Street, next to Waterstone’s, at 2.15am. Three crews from Preston Circus Fire Station attended the scene but had to wait for UK Power Networks to cut off the electrical supply before putting out the blaze. The damage was contained to the fuse box and no-one was hurt. A manhole cover in Whitehawk Road also caught alight but no-one was injured."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is highly flammable and it is reactive with rusty iron/steel and electrified copper, both likely to be found in underground infrastructure, and it is a heavier-than-air gas which will seek out low-lying areas. Methane is also leaking from the ground in many areas now and may accumulate in underground areas. As a consequence, there have been increasing numbers of underground fires and explosions, especially underground electrical fires and explosions. The biggest underground explosion so far (not counting the recent gigantic Siberian methane explosion craters) occurred this past July and devastated the city of Kaohsiung on the island of Taiwan, killing dozens and injuring hundreds, mentioned in the 2014-07-31 update.

It's probably wise now to assume your electrical power will be cut at some point for an extended period of time, so you might want to have a 'power outage kit' handy, containing whatever you'd want to have immediately available if you lose power for a week or a month. Flashlights, solar battery chargers, rechargeable batteries, crank-powered emergency radio, decks of cards, board games, books, etc. Food and water and medicines too. Better to be prepared for it than not...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame, man has seizure and loses consciousness, doesn't remember, neighbor saves him, in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

Quote: "On Friday morning Dave Fulton opens the door of his truck to head to work. But just as he starts it up, he has a seizure and slumps over in the cab. His foot is stuck on the gas pedal, revving the engine at full throttle. 'That scene when you see me out there, I don't remember any of it,' said Dave."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and damages brains (among other things), which can cause seizures, unconsciousness, memory loss, and much more. It's also highly reactive and extremely flammable, which is causing many vehicles to burst into flame, even when they're not running. The same thing that happened to this man is almost certainly what happened to the young couple who burned to death in their SUV in McFarland (Wisconsin), mentioned in the 2013-01-01 update. They didn't even try to exit the vehicle, just laid there and burned to death. They had probably been knocked unconscious or dead by hydrogen sulfide, or they were suffering seizures or 'medical events', and their SUV ignited simultaneously, but even if they were still alive there was nobody around to save them, so they burned to death.

There won't always be a fire. Lots of people are just plain being found dead in cars or losing consciousness or having 'medical events' and crashing. Two young-ish men were found dead in their car foaming at the mouth late last year in Asaba (Nigeria), a lawyer and his assistant I think, mentioned in the 2013-12-12 update. They were BOTH probably having seizures as they died, but there was no fire in that case, just two guys foaming at the mouth and dying. There've been other people found mysteriously dead and foaming at the mouth too; I just mention them because they happened to be in a vehicle at the time.

This can happen to anyone at any time now, though it is most likely to occur in the wee hours and when in, near or downwind of low-lying areas like bodies of water, valleys, canyons, ditches, ravines, underground parking garages, etc. Your vehicle can ignite while you're driving it too, and many are. Some of the vehicular fires can take out the electrical system, which means power locks and windows may stop working and you can be trapped inside. Some people have burned to death that way too, clawing helplessly at windows as they died screaming. It's probably a good idea to keep something handy to smash out windows and cut seatbelts, just in case, because once a fire starts you may only have seconds to act before lack of oxygen knocks you unconscious and then the odds that you burn to death go waaaay up...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-13 - Man killed when RV bursts into flame on Cactus Wren Drive in Lake Havasu City (Arizona):

2014-10-13 - Woman found dead and on fire next to burning car in Hampton Township (Michigan), in Bay County:

Quote: "Upon arrival, emergency responders found a Chevrolet sedan engulfed in flames, Wedding said. Next to the car was the body of a middle-aged woman, also on fire, the lieutenant said."

Note: Well, she made it out of the car, but not in time. Similar to the woman found burned to death next to her car near the Schuykill River in Valley Forge National Historic Park (Pennsylvania), mentioned in the 2014-09-24 update. 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."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-14 - Unprecedented spike in vehicle fires hits Ghana:

Quote: "Cape Coast, Oct. 14, GNA - The Acting Chief Fire Officer (ACFO) of the Central Region, Mr John Amponsah Tetteh has expressed concern about the high rate of vehicle fires recorded in the Region this year. He said from January to October 55 vehicle fires were recorded and described it as unprecedented and urged drivers to regularly check the electrical wiring of their vehicles and also to constantly maintain their vehicles."

Note: It isn't just Ghana that's having the vehicles-igniting problem...

2014-10-14 - String of vehicle fires hits the Liberty Lake area (Washington):

2014-10-14 - Cars regularly going up in flames in the wee hours while parked in Northampton (Britain):

Note: Blamed on arson in this case, but as usual they haven't eliminated accidental causes, so they don't know that it's arson and it's merely an assumption. Competent investigators eliminate accidental causes and don't jump to conclusions like that. The question is, are they being incompetent on purpose, because they're trying to hide what's happening and deceive the public, or are they just naturally incompetent, and there's no way to be sure which it is. I suspect the former, but I will concede that there actually ARE a lot of incompetent people out there and that might include these investigators...

Quote: "I think people are concerned by the sudden and frequent nature of the incidents over recent weeks, and by the fact that these are incidents taking place in very close proximity to people’s homes. That combined with a perception that there is no visibility or plan by the authorities to tackle the problem."

Note: They're taking place near peoples' homes because that's where people are parking their vehicles!

2014-10-14 - Three semi tractors destroyed by fire while parked at trucking business in Auburn (Washington):

Quote: "VRFA units responding reported a large thermal column from several blocks away and arrived to find three semi-trucks fully involved. Crews quickly established multiple water supplies and used deck guns to knock the fire down. After several minutes firefighters were able to bring the fire under control. All three trucks were completely destroyed in the blaze."

Note: Captain Hindsight says, "They shouldn't have parked them close to each other." Thanks, Captain Hindsight!

2014-10-14 - Three garbage trucks destroyed by fire while parked at business in Asheboro (North Carolina):

Note: Same thing here. If people keep parking vehicles next to other vehicles then they're just going to compound the chances that they lose multiple vehicles when ANY of them spontaneously ignites. This was half their fleet of trucks here. Ah well, who needs garbage pickup anyway, amiright?!

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-15 - FedEx cargo plane engine bursts into flame, plane lands in Sacramento (California), pilot puts out fire:

Quote: "A FedEx cargo plane made an emergency landing in Sacramento after noticing a possible engine fire. The plane landed safely at Sacramento International Airport. The plane, a DC-10, landed just before 6 p.m. The pilot was able to put out the flames using fire extinguishers."

Note: Not a big fire, obviously. Still, part of the trend of planes coming down smoking or burning, and the trend IS a big deal...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-16 - RV business devastated by massive blaze at 1 AM in Balzac, near Calgary (Canada):

Quote: "The dealership’s main showroom and service building was heavily damaged, officials said. The fire destroyed much of the building and vehicles inside."

Quote: "The dealership was full of customers' units that need to be repaired. It also was our full show room."

Note: You gotta have a big balzac to run an RV business these days!

2014-10-16 - Car parts factory destroyed by massive inferno and explosions in Revesby, near coastal Sydney (Australia):

Quote: "The factory is all collapsing onto itself so it could burn for a couple of days..."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-17 - Three police cruisers destroyed by fire in the wee hours while parked at station in Thetford (Vermont):

Quote: "Three cruisers belonging to the small police department serving Thetford, Vermont were destroyed in an early-morning fire Friday, Vermont State Police investigators said. The three vehicles made up the police department's entire fleet..."

Quote: "Robinson knows what it's like to lose his whole fleet to fire. Norwich's three cruisers were destroyed Thanksgiving Day in 2012 in a blaze that was ruled not suspicious. No exact cause was determined there, but many assumed a mechanical or electrical failure ignited one parked car, with flames then spreading to other vehicles. 'I'm not thinking it's a coincidence, but I'll reserve my judgment until I hear the report from the fire investigators,' Robinson told NECN, referring to the loss of two police fleets to fires in neighboring towns. 'But if you ask me, it's too big a coincidence.'"

Note: The same exact thing happened in Norwich (Vermont) in late 2012, mentioned in the 2012-11-22 update. In that incident, they first said it was arson and that an accelerant was used. Then they backtracked and said it was accidental, probably after reviewing surveillance footage that showed one car spontaneously igniting and burning the other two vehicles. They were correct about an accelerant though - both methane and hydrogen sulfide, being highly flammable, are accelerants. And he's right about this being no coincidence, that it happened in this town too. The atmosphere is being progressively contaminated by hydrogen sulfide and methane, so as time goes on and more and more vehicles spontaneously ignite, some will be police vehicles, as they're not immune to the problem. And if they keep parking their cruisers right next to each other then this same thing will happen again and again until A) they run out of cars or money to buy more; or B) they react intelligently to the problem; or C) everyone is dead, whichever comes first...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-10-18 - HazMat event, 28 people sicken and vomit, 'flu-like' symptoms, at turkey plant in Willmar (Minnesota), no cause found:

Quote: "Employees had called first responders at 7:16 p.m. on a report of a woman who was unresponsive at times at the plant at 1535 30th St. SW., Hendrickson said. Within moments came another call of a second employee vomiting in a bathroom, and soon more were becoming ill with vomiting and coughing. Some patients were in kind of 'an excited delirium,' according to police scanner transmissions."

Note: They tested for ammonia, carbon monoxide, found nothing, and found no leaks of any chemicals at the plant. They didn't test for hydrogen sulfide. 'Excited delirium' has also been mentioned in a number of the cases involving people stripping naked and going crazy. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and affects the brain, though it is a broad-spectrum poison and affects all parts of the body. This pretty much had to be hydrogen sulfide and it probably got sucked in via the building's ventilation system, just like the noxious cloud that came from outdoors that hit the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River, mentioned in the 2014-04-11 update...

2014-10-18 - HazMat event, seven TSA agents sickened by fumes at airport in Minneapolis (Minnesota), no cause found:

Note: Luggage probably got contaminated. The same thing is happening to peoples' clothes, causing them to burn to death here and there, and that problem will worsen as time goes on...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-19 - Massive fire devastates Didcot B power station near Didcot (Britain):

Quote: "Half of an Oxfordshire power station that supplies a million homes with electricity will remain 'non-operational' indefinitely after a huge fire, its owners said."

Note: Seeing some serious infrastructure going up in flames now...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-20 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits Woodbridge Road in Ipswich (Britain):

Quote: "The incident was reported at 10.30pm yesterday and was caused by a fault on an underground electrical junction box. It is also thought to have caused some damage to the pavement. A total of 23 properties lost power initially as a result of the explosion, but power was restored to all homes in stages between 3.30am and 4.30am today."

2014-10-20 - Underground fire erupts near homes at Staback Park in Eynon (Pennsylvania), near Archbald:

Quote: "This all started with an odor neighbors have smelled, at times, for months. 'I was very worried and concerned and we were scared about the odor, too, because I have children,' said Lorie Bonczaiewicz. Bonczaiewicz is glad seeing all the activity to put out the fire, but nervous, too. This is a lot bigger than what she expected when she saw some smoke coming from the ground the past week or so after smelling that odor for a while. 'For about a year we were smelling an odor. It was like sulfur or something more than that. It was off and on so we notified the borough.'"

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas so it tends to seek out low-lying areas, like underground facilities. It's also highly flammable and reactive with numerous materials, including rusty iron/steel and electrified copper. As a consequence, as the atmosphere is increasingly contaminated there have been increasing numbers of underground explosions and fires, often electrical but not always. There will be many more underground explosions and fires as time goes on. The upward trend in such events is already very obvious...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-10-21 - Kilauea wall collapses, explosion splatters lava, in Hawaii:

2014-10-21 - Two volcanoes may be in danger of erupting after 160,000 years on the Colombia/Ecuador border:

Quote: "Colombia’s Geological Service have changed the alert level of two volcanoes from yellow to orange. The two volcanoes are Cerro Negro and Chiles, both active on Colombia’s southern border to Ecuador. The orange alert level is defined by the Geological Service as 'probable eruption in term of days to weeks.'"

Quote: "Neither one of the volcanoes have erupted in the past 160,000 years."

2014-10-21 - Mount Sinabung may erupt indefinitely in Indonesia, large amount of magma present:

Quote: "Observation team member Arif Cahyo said Mt. Sinabung’s tectonic quakes showed that a large volume of magma was present, indicating that the volcano would continue to erupt for a long time. 'We cannot determine how long Mt. Sinabung will continue to erupt, but if we observe the increase in seismic activity, it will definite be a long time,' Arif told The Jakarta Post on Monday. Arif said that Mt. Sinabung was still erupting and emitting pyroclastic flows and volcanic ash sporadically. He said the volcano had emitted pyroclastic clouds twice on Sunday and three times on Monday."

2014-10-21 - Thousands of undersea volcanoes revealed by new ocean map:

Note: MISA Theory just keeps looking more and more terrifyingly accurate all the time...

Category: Other Stories Of Interest

2014-10-22 - Earthquakes on the rise around the world, great earthquakes (8.0+) up 265% in the last decade:

Quote: "During the past decade from December 2004 to present 18 great (Mw = 8.0) earthquakes occurred globally (~1.8 per year), compared to 71 from 1900 to mid-2004 (~0.68 per year), yielding an effective rate increase of 265%. Six events had Mw = 8.5, larger than any prior event since the 1965 Rat Islands earthquake."

Note: It's not just earthquakes on the rise, but also volcanic activity, with 2013 being the record year in recorded history in terms of the number of volcanic eruptions. Both the rise in earthquakes and the rise in volcanism were predicted by MISA Theory.

The quakes we could probably shake off (heh), although when they damage nuclear plants, that's obviously a big problem. The volcanism, however, results in heat reaching the ocean floors, which releases the methane frozen in the methane clathrate deposits and expands the viable habitat for the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide, and the combination of massive methane and hydrogen sulfide releases results in planetary extinction events. And that's where we are today: quakes on the rise, volcanism on the rise, methane releases spreading, noxious odors of unknown origin hitting us randomly, life dying off everywhere, fires and explosions destroying civilization, the Sun appearing brighter and whiter, and mysterious 'boom sounds' shaking homes and alarming people around the world, sometimes accompanied by a 'flash of light'.

There is no magic cure for these ills. No technology can stop the forces that are now in motion. As powerful as we may think we are, we are puny compared to the power of the Earth. The surface of the planet is not going to be habitable by human beings for much longer. Considering the fact that you could be poisoned to death or incinerated at any time, including today, it could be argued that it's not particularly habitable now. We can pursue Plan B possibilities and create survivable habitats underground or underwater or off-planet (Moon, Mars, asteroids, orbit), or we can continue to do nothing and wait for our turn to be burned to death or poisoned to death or killed by indirect effects like vehicular accidents or homes collapsing or starvation.

2014-10-22 - Responders train for 10-kiloton nuclear explosion in Times Square in coastal New York City (New York):

Quote: "The city’s Office of Emergency Management ran a training exercise Wednesday that simulated a response to a 10-kiloton nuclear device exploding at 42nd Street and Seventh Avenue in Times Square, WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported. According to the exercise, 100,000 people were instantly killed; a wave of overpressure took down buildings for a half-mile radius and did damage for up to two miles; and a radiation cloud swept over the region."

Note: Say, that's 'coincidentally' right around the upper limit for the destructive force of a big methane cloud exploding. Right off the East Coast, a 2.5 gigaton methane clathrate deposit is now dissociating (melting). There is enough explosive power in just that one deposit to generate 250,000 of these 10-kiloton explosions if the gas were efficiently distributed and detonated (which won't happen). If the wind blows a dense cloud westward, however, then a cloud could explode in Times Square just like they trained for here. There wouldn't be any radiation from such an explosion, nor any EMP, but everything else would be the same, including the 100,000 people instantly killed. Could be that the government might set off a small fission bomb to disguise what happened though, and then there WOULD be radiation and an EMP. No major increase in the body count though. Would they go to such lengths to continue to hide the truth from the sleepy and dying masses? I don't know. Seems like a 'maybe' there.

2014-10-22 - Hydrogen sulfide causing increasing numbers of problems in at least four states:

Quote: "Neither the states nor the federal government tracks the amount of hydrogen sulfide production, but complaints and permitting related to hydrogen sulfide are growing in four states, according to documents and interviews."

Quote: "Some of the new shale fields, though, have high levels of hydrogen sulfide. Parts of the Eagle Ford field have a maximum concentration of 68,000 parts per million, 130 times the lethal level, according to Railroad Commission data. Parts of the Wolfcamp and Spraberry fields, discovered in Ector County, have levels even higher -- 80,000 to 123,000 parts per million, according to Railroad Commission records."

Note: The second link (PDF) contains a list of areas and the respective concentrations of hydrogen sulfide found in the gas/oil the last time it was checked. I don't know how comprehensive that list is but I doubt it's very comprehensive. In any case, we'd best get that gas/oil out of the ground or it's going to continue getting more 'sour' and it will eventually explode out of the ground on its own just like those recent huge Siberian methane explosion craters, but with waaaay more poison gas. In fact, I don't think we CAN get enough of it out of the ground to prevent that entirely no matter what we do or how hard we try, so ultimately towns and cities will get wiped out as pockets of methane and hydrogen sulfide spontaneously explode out of the ground and blow over populated areas.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-23 - Passenger plane bursts into flame, makes emergency landing in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Quote: "A caller to the ABC TV news affiliate in Las Vegas reported seeing flames coming from the plane before it landed. There were 132 passengers and crew on board the Boeing 757."

2014-10-23 - Smoke in the cockpit sends Air Force DC-10 to emergency landing at airport in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "An Air Force plane made an emergency landing at Bush IAH this afternoon because of smoke in the cockpit."

Note: The last plane to come down smoking or on fire was two days prior, when a passenger plane was hit by smoke in the cockpit and made an emergency landing at the airport in Prince Albert (Canada), mentioned in the 2014-10-21 update. As the atmosphere is increasingly contaminated by flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide, such events are on the rise, as expected...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-24 - Air-refueling plane engine bursts into flame, plane makes emergency landing in Birmingham (Alabama), landing gear problem too:

Quote: "It’s unclear at this time what caused the landing gear to malfunction or the engine fire."

Note: And here's yet another plane coming down on fire. The day prior, a passenger plane burst into flame and made an emergency landing in Las Vegas (Nevada), and an Air Force DC-10 made an emergency landing in Houston (Texas) after smoke filled the cockpit, both events mentioned in the 2014-10-23 update...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-25 - Underground electrical explosions and fire hit Richmond (Indiana):

Quote: "The first blast happened around 6 p.m. at a manhole in front of the city building on North Fifth Street, according to Richmond police. The electrical cable fire spread underground, causing other explosions that damaged the roadway in the area of Main Street and North Fifth, Sixth and Seventh streets."

2014-10-25 - Electrical vault explodes and burns at Sheraton Hotel in Phoenix (Arizona), hotel evacuated:

Note: Just like all the underground electrical explosions and fires except this time it happened to be in a building...

2014-10-25 - Transformer explodes and burns at electrical substation near oil terminal in coastal New Haven (Connecticut):

2014-10-25 - Transformer explodes and burns at electrical plant in San Benito (Texas):

2014-10-25 - Transformer bursts into flame at mall in Mattoon (Illinois), mall evacuated:

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-26 - Around 70 motorcycles destroyed by fire at motorsports business in coastal San Jose (California), nobody there:

2014-10-26 - Three garbage trucks destroyed by fire while parked in lot in Huntsville (Alabama):

Quote: "Employees of the Fleet Management Division tell WHNT News 19 they heard a loud boom shortly after 11 AM and immediately left the building. A crowd gathered at the fence as fire crews fought the blaze, which began in one sanitation truck and spread to two others."

Quote: "An investigation is ongoing. Among the investigators' questions will be how the fire started, as the trucks were all behind a locked gate."

Note: Fences and locks don't stop gases blowing through in the atmosphere...

2014-10-26 - Classic cars and 5-stall garage destroyed by fire at home in Sparks (Nevada), fire started in car:

Quote: "She tells News 4 she and her husband were watching football at the time when all of a sudden they smelled smoke. Investigators believe the fire began with one the classic cars in the garage."

2014-10-26 - Seven yachts destroyed by fire at shipyard in coastal Fiumicino (Italy):

Quote: "A big fire spread over a shipyard in Fiumicino, close to Rome, inside at least seven yachts of more than 10 mt length, destroying them irrevocably."

2014-10-26 - Boat bursts into flame while dry-docked at Traders Cove Marina in coastal Brick (New Jersey):

Note: Just some more piles of parked vehicles burning up. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time. It's no big deal if a few dozen motorcycles or some yachts go up in flames, but garbage trucks, that's a different matter. This has been happening steadily for a while now, with multiple parked police cars, garbage trucks, fire engines, parking lots of cars, etc. Eventually this problem will go away...because there won't be any vehicles left that haven't burned. I doubt we're going to enjoy that very much. We could postpone the misery if people would park vehicles away from each other and away from anything they don't want to see destroyed by fire, but that ain't happening, so we'll all be buried in trash and starving much sooner than is necessary...

Category: 'Zombie' Files

2014-10-27 - Naked man, 30, talks to trees, attacks cops, gets tased and dies, in coastal Hollywood (Florida):

Quote: "The man had just moved into the apartments around two weeks ago, but neighbors said he appeared to have a mental issue over the last 24 hours."

Note: I wonder if he spent any time at the beach in the prior days. Actually, I guess he did, because this whole town is near the beach. Seems very similar to the original face-eater, who was definitely not on drugs, and who also attacked a person on the coast in Florida after suddenly going insane and stripping off his clothes on a causeway over the ocean...

2014-10-27 - Naked man, teens or early 20s, runs through neighborhood, gets tased, falls 40 feet down embankment, in Shaler Township (Pennsylvania):

Note: Shaler Township is located along the banks of the Allegheny River...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-28 - Gas pipeline explodes at 2 AM near the Ohio River, near Beallsville (Ohio):

Quote: "Officials say no one was injured when a pipeline in southeast Ohio carrying a toxic substance produced during natural gas and oil processing caught fire Tuesday."

2014-10-28 - Gas pipeline bursts into flame in Yukon (Oklahoma):

Quote: "The actual cause is still unknown, but ONG officials believe it could have been static."

Note: Or something rusty, like, say, a gas pipeline. Derp. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel and copper, especially electrified copper. It's also corrosive to both steel and concrete, so gas pipes are going to corrode faster than normal from here on out and spring leaks. Where in the past a leak would just result in the gas dissipating into the air with the wind, causing no one any heartache except for the gas company being upset over lost gas revenue, nowadays it is increasingly likely that any leak will result in a fire or explosion, which is why there are increasing numbers of events like this now. And there's rusty iron/steel all over the planet, from pipes themselves to old railroad spikes from the 1800s, plus nails, bolts, pallets, fences, vehicles, you name it.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-29 - RV trailer explodes and burns before 5 AM at marina next to Lake Tawakoni (Texas), cardiac arrest call too, 1 killed:

Quote: "The Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office received a call of a possible cardiac arrest Wednesday about 4:52 a.m. at Holiday Marina on Lake Tawakoni. Due to the caller being hysterical, very little information was able to be acquired prior to Champion EMS and law enforcement arrival."

Note: Cardiac arrest, vehicle fire/explosion, wee hours, next to a lake...

2014-10-29 - Person found burned to death under bridge in Toronto (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

2014-10-29 - Man found burned to death in burning car at 4:55 AM on street in Stroud (Britain), near the coast:

Quote: "Officers were called by the fire service to a 4x4 vehicle alight on Rodborough Common, Stroud at 04:55 GMT. They found a body in the car shortly afterwards. The circumstances of his death are being treated as 'unknown'."

Note: Looks like a case of SPABTDIC Syndrome, 'Suddenly People Are Burning To Death In Cars'. 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."

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-30 - Man found burned to death in burning van parked at beach in coastal Siasconset on Nantucket Island (Massachusetts):

Quote: "An unidentified male body was discovered by Nantucket police officers and firefighters inside a work van that was reported on fire in a beachfront parking lot off Low Beach Road in Sconset Thursday morning."

Note: The day prior, a person was found burned to death under a bridge in Toronto (Canada), and in a separate incident, a man was found burned to death in a burning car at 4:55 AM in Stroud (Britain), near the coast, and an RV exploded and burned, man found dead, at 5 AM at a marina next to Lake Tawakoni (Texas), all three events mentioned in the 2014-10-29 update. As the atmosphere is increasingly contaminated by flammable methane and hydrogen sulfide, obviously many people are going to burn to death, often (but not always) in vehicles. This particular event sounds similar to the man who was killed when his van exploded and burned at a beach in Australia, mentioned in the 2014-02-06 update...

2014-10-30 - Three people killed, 16 injured, when van bursts into flame on road in Chiniot (Pakistan):

Note: Chiniot is located on the eastern (downwind) banks of the Chenab River...

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-10-31 - Underground fire spews sulfur-smelling smoke, the ground moves, in Harrogate (Britain):

Quote: "Firefighters were called to the grass verge on Otley Road yesterday morning after a member of the public said he had seen the 'ground moving and smoke shooting out 6ft into the air'. The member of the public also reported that there was a strong smell of sulphur from the ground before members of the fire brigade arrived on the scene shortly after 11am. Fire crews confirmed that the 'ground did appear to be moving' before contacting North Yorkshire Police and cordoning off the area."

Wiki: "Harrogate is a spa town in North Yorkshire, England. Historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the town is a tourist destination and its visitor attractions include its spa waters and RHS Harlow Carr gardens."

Note: They say underground electrical fire. They use a lot of sulfur in the electrical power industry? Nooooo. Could be some hydrogen sulfide, which is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, did ignite an underground electrical fire, and that's what caused the sulfur smell. Otherwise, what could it have been? In any case, if there's ANY kind of fire these days and you smell sulfur, you might want to GTFO...

2014-10-31 - Underground electrical explosion rocks Waltham (Massachusetts), near the coast, blackouts ensue:

Note: They'll be blaming the underground explosions and fires on salt from salt trucks soon, completely forgetting that the underground explosions and fires have been happening whether there's snow or rain or anything else or not...

2014-10-31 - Underground propane tank explodes and burns in Seeley Lake (Montana), 2 injured:

Note: Gas leak, but they don't know what the ignition source was. Quite possibly the work of the Ghostly Match here, though since nobody is checking the air or ground for hydrogen sulfide or methane, they'll never be able to definitively determine the cause. Looks just like the other gas pipelines that have been exploding and burning except this time there just happened to be a couple guys nearby trying to fix the leak...

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