Monday, November 3, 2014

Event Update For 2014-11-02

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-11-02 - Underground explosions blow 49 manholes off in coastal Tokyo (Japan):

Quote: "Media reported that a 19-year-old man accidentally spilled about 10 liters of gasoline into the drainage ditch while working on his motorbike. Police believe the gasoline was somehow ignited and then exploded creating a force powerful enough to lift the heavy manhole covers off the ground. An eyewitness told reporters that the sight was unbelievable, like something out of a movie."

Quote: "According to police, the manhole covers started blowing at around 3:30 p.m. in the residential district of Yutakacho. TV Asahi reported that every manhole cover for 200 meters was blown off."

Note: LMAO, sorry, 10 liters of gas doesn't have that much explosive force or all the car fires that are occurring would be blowing big-ass craters in the ground. This was methane and hydrogen sulfide; there is no other plausible explanation. Maybe there was a 10-liter gas spill TOO, but that isn't what provided the vast majority of the explosive force here. This looks similar to the massive underground explosions and fires that hit the city of Kaohsiung at midnight on the island of Taiwan in late July, mentioned in the 2014-07-31, although those explosions and fires killed dozens and injured hundreds. I wonder what they'll say the next time this happens. 'Man drops Bic lighter down drain, half of Tokyo destroyed by butane explosion!' 'Japanese scientists test sewer-based propulsion system, launch manholes in first test flight!'

2014-11-02 - Home damaged by explosion at 2:41 AM in Hartsville (Indiana), 2 injured:

2014-11-02 - Home damaged by explosion in Savar (Bangladesh), 4 injured:

Quote: "According to Abu Zahid, Zara's father, the children were playing during the blackout on Saturday when they noticed a bad smell, like something had died, emanating from the bathroom. When they opened the bathroom door, there was an explosion, he claimed. The children were admitted to Enam Medical College Hospital."

Note: Bad smell from the bathroom and then an explosion? That had to be hydrogen sulfide and probably methane infiltrating the home via the sewer. A woman was gassed to death by hydrogen sulfide in her home when her sewer trap malfunctioned and hydrogen sulfide flowed into her home in Kansas City (Kansas), mentioned in the 2013-07-04 update. This area in Bangladesh was experiencing a blackout when this occurred, so it's possible that some kind of sewer pumps failed and allowed methane and hydrogen sulfide into this home. They're very lucky to be alive...

2014-11-02 - Warehouse destroyed by massive inferno in North Pickenham (Britain):

Quote: "He said there had been three explosions, which were believed to have been caused by propane cylinders inside the warehouse, which were used to power fork lift trucks. 'Most of the warehouse has been lost,' he said. 'It is falling in on itself. It is a storage warehouse which contains flour and animal feeds, which are on wooden pallets.'"

Quote: "The fire did not spread to offices nearby, but did damage HGV trailers parked outside."

2014-11-02 - Landfill erupts in flame in Rockingham (North Carolina):

2014-11-02 - Bus depot goes up in flames in Qena (Egypt), near the Nile River, 10 injured:

2014-11-02 - Ship 'Conca d'Oru II – SNSM 126' hit by fire in coastal Saint-Florent (France):

Quote: "On Oct 31, 2014, at 02.30 a.m. a fire broke out aboard the 'Conca d'Oru II – SNSM 126' in Saint-Florent. The fire spread to two other fiberglass boats, which sank. The lifeboat was gutted, but remained afloat due to the assistance of the fire rescue from Saint-Florent and Bastia and was drydocked in the run of the day."

Note: In French, even boat fires sound delectable!

2014-11-02 - Boat bursts into flame while docked in Launceston on the island of Tasmania (Australia):

2014-11-02 - Boat, vehicles and home destroyed by fire just before midnight, near coastal Taupo (New Zealand), 1 injured:

Quote: "They lost everything in the fire that left their house a smoldering ruin and vehicles and a boat destroyed."

2014-11-02 - Passenger train bursts into flame at railyard in coastal Hayward (California):

2014-11-02 - School bus bursts into flame just before 3:30 AM while parked in Hiller, on Prince Edward Island (Canada):

Quote: "The department says the bus owner called them just before 3:30 a.m. when he saw flames shooting out of the bus on his property."

Note: This is the 1st school bus to burn in November and the 120th to burn since May 1....

2014-11-02 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-29 in Kansas City (Missouri):

Note: Kansas City is located at the confluence of the Kansas River and the Missouri River...

2014-11-02 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 in Indio (California):

2014-11-02 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-81 in Rockingham County (Virginia):

Quote: "According to Rockingham County First Alert, a tractor trailer loaded with pet food caught on fire. The call came down just after 3:30 on Interstate 81 near exit 245. Expect delays."

2014-11-02 - Minivan bursts into flame on Fountain Street in Cambridge (Canada):

2014-11-02 - Lamborghini Aventador supercar bursts into flame as driver revs engine, in coastal London (Britain):

Quote: "Quickly the driver exits the car and using what looks to be an item of clothing tries to extinguish the flame with no success. At one point the driver even seems to try and blow the flames out with his own mouth. Nope, that doesn’t work either."

Note: LMAO, I guess I can't blame him for trying everything, even blowing on it, with a $400,000 car at stake...

2014-11-02 - Car bursts into flame at 5 AM in Independence Township (Michigan), man critically burned:

2014-11-02 - Car bursts into flame at 4:45 AM while parked in parking lot on Herring Cove Road in coastal  Herring Cove (Canada):

2014-11-02 - Car bursts into flame on the M53 near coastal Ellesmere Port (Britain):

2014-11-02 - Car bursts into flame on the M1 near Sheffield (Britain):

2014-11-02 - Car bursts into flame on the M6 near Rugby (Britain):

2014-11-02 - Vehicle bursts into flame on North 51st Street in Scottsdale (Arizona):

2014-11-02 - Vehicle bursts into flame on the M25 near Leatherhead (Britain):

2014-11-02 - RV, vehicle and garage destroyed by fire at home in American Fork (Utah):

Quote: "A family of four was awoken by the sound of fire and escaped the house to call for help. Police say no one was injured. Firefighters were able to put out the fire before it damaged the home, but the garage, a motorhome and another vehicle were a complete loss. The cause of the fire is unknown, arson is not suspected."

2014-11-02 - Auto shop damaged by fire in Hartford (Wisconsin):

2014-11-02 - Barn destroyed by fire in Miramar (Florida), near the coast:

2014-11-02 - Barn destroyed by fire in the Town of Marshfield (Wisconsin), cow killed:

2014-11-02 - Barn and machinery destroyed by fire in Llawr-y-Pant, near Selattyn (Britain):

2014-11-02 - Electrical substation damaged by explosion near Toquerville (Utah):

2014-11-02 - Transformer bursts into flame in Pocatello (Idaho):

2014-11-02 - Industrial grain plant destroyed by fire in Caledonia (New York):

Quote: "A locomotive inside the plant was also destroyed..."

2014-11-02 - Cotton gin damaged by fire near White Deer (Texas):

2014-11-02 - Cereal plant damaged by fire in Macon (Georgia):

2014-11-02 - Office building heavily damaged by fire at 1:25 AM in coastal Boston (Massachusetts), $3 million in damage:

2014-11-02 - Landmark sports bar destroyed by fire at 3:30 AM in Walkerton (Indiana):

2014-11-02 - Fire department building heavily damaged by fire in Walnutport (Pennsylvania), near the Lehigh River:

2014-11-02 - Plastic manufacturing business damaged by fire just before 1 AM in San Antonio (Texas):

2014-11-02 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Currie (Mississippi):

2014-11-02 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads to apartment building, in Mifflinburg (Pennsylvania):

2014-11-02 - Home destroyed by fire at 6:30 AM in Ringle (Wisconsin), dog killed, nobody there:

2014-11-02 - Apartment building destroyed by massive blaze in Dallas (Texas), 54 people homeless:

2014-11-02 - Deadly fire burns bed in home on Harborne Park Road in Harborne (Britain), 1 killed:

Note: The bed was the only thing that burned, and she was in it. Why didn't she leave? She was probably unconscious, or maybe already dead...

2014-11-02 - Deadly fire burns through home at 4:30 AM in Salamanca (New York), 1 killed:

2014-11-02 - Deadly fire burns apartment at 4:20 AM in Albany (Georgia), 1 killed:

2014-11-02 - Deadly blaze destroys home at 3:20 AM in Etobicoke (Canada), near Lake Ontario, 2 killed:

2014-11-02 - Vacant home damaged by basement fire in Bethesda (Maryland):

Quote: "There were no explosives found at this home, according to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue."

Note: Okaaaay. Now name 100 other things that weren't found at this home!

2014-11-02 - Vacant home burns at 6:30 AM in Dayton (Ohio):

2014-11-02 - Vacant home burns in Abilene (Texas):

2014-11-02 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in New Vineyard (Maine):

2014-11-02 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 4:30 AM in Rockford (Illinois), near the Rock River:

2014-11-02 - Vacant warehouse destroyed by fire, fire spreads to other buildings, in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2014-11-02 - Vacant hosiery mill destroyed by huge fire in Hickory (North Carolina):

2014-11-02 - Two women burned to death when van bursts into flame en route from Islamabad to Manal (Pakistan):

2014-11-02 - Couple found dead in home, bleeding from their noses, in Faqirabad (Pakistan):

Quote: "A young man identified as Imdadullah and his wife, Shagufta were found dead inside their house in Faqirabad locality. A police official said that the bodies were shifted to local mortuary for autopsy. He said that there was no apparent sign of violence on the bodies, but added that the victims were bleeding from their noses which indicated that might have been poisoned to death."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause bleeding from nose/mouth/ears and sometimes foaming from the mouth, and sometimes people just drop dead, or go insane, or sicken with 'flu-like' symptoms. In May, ten people had contact with water and died and eight more people were knocked unconscious, in Dera Ismail Khan (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2014-05-02 update. A family of five were found dead at home, foaming from the mouth, in coastal Karachi (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2013-12-09 update. Two men burned to death when their car ignited, in coastal Sindh (Pakistan), mentioned in the 2014-03-21 update. And so on...

2014-11-02 - Person found dead in burned-out SUV in Ha'Penny Beach parking lot on the island of St. Croix (Virgin Islands):

Note: Sounds very much like the man found burned to death in van parked at beach in coastal Siasconset on Nantucket Island (Massachusetts), mentioned in the 2014-10-30 update...

2014-11-02 - Man, 27, found dead under bridge in Charles S. Eccher Park in Stony Point (New York), near the Hudson River:

2014-11-02 - Man, 65, goes duck hunting, drops dead, in Edmunds County (South Dakota):

Quote: "Around 5 p.m. Saturday, Braun said, some clothing items were found on land near the slough, including a hunting vest with two pheasants. Braun said Broschart also had a duck hunting permit and is thought to have gone into the body of water to retrieve game."

2014-11-02 - Man, 30 to 40, found dead near Randall's in San Antonio (Texas):

2014-11-02 - Person found dead near the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, near Taos (New Mexico):

2014-11-02 - Man, 87, found dead in pond in the Town of Addison (Wisconsin):

2014-11-02 - Man found dead near the Lachine Canal in Ville-Émard, Montreal (Canada):

2014-11-03 - Man found dead at 6:45 AM outside pub in Vermilion (Canada):

2014-11-02 - Man, 43, laying on road in the wee hours run over and killed in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Note: Maybe he was already dead, or having a 'medical event', or unconscious...

2014-11-02 - Man, 56, goes to wash his hands in pond, next seen dead in pond, in Haringhata Fatepur (India):

2014-11-02 - Middle-aged man found dead in home on School Lane in Slough (Britain):

2014-11-02 - Man drops dead in hut in coastal Newport (Britain):

2014-11-02 - Air Force One breaks down, Omaba switches planes, in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2014-11-02 - Small plane crash lands in field near Cantrall Buckley Park (Oregon), engine failure:

2014-11-02 - Passenger bus overturns on the coastal Donghai Bridge near Shanghai (China), 6 killed, 40+ injured:

Quote: "He said six people died on the scene and that an unspecified number of injured people were taken to a hospital. The state broadcaster CCTV said more than 20 people were injured. Donghai Bridge connects China's financial metropolis Shanghai with a deep-water port in the East China Sea. With a length of 32.5 kilometers (20.2 miles), it is one of the longest cross-sea bridges in the world."

2014-11-02 - Passenger bus overturns shortly after 6:30 AM on the N1 in Wonderboom (South Africa), 35 injured:

2014-11-02 - Tanker truck overturns on the General Carl E. Vuono Bridge in Monongahela (Pennsylvania), 1 lightly injured:

2014-11-02 - Tractor trailer overturns on US 17 near Ernul (North Carolina), near the coast:

2014-11-02 - Dump truck and 3 cars crash in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut), 6 injured:

2014-11-02 - Truck slams into home in Fairview Township (Pennsylvania), home uninhabitable, 1 injured:

2014-11-02 - Pickup truck plows through yards and into home in Creekside Village (Texas):

2014-11-02 - Car and minivan collide head-on, in Petaluma (California), 3 injured:

2014-11-02 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on the Dixie Highway near Abbotts Beach Road in Louisville (Kentucky), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2014-11-02 - Car plunges 100 feet off cliff near Canyon Lake (Arizona), 1 injured:

Quote: "According to the Department of Public Safety, the accident involved just one vehicle and occurred around 9 p.m. on State Route 88 near Canyon Lake. The Superstition Fire & Medical District said the vehicle went off a 100-foot cliff. Batt. Chief Jeff Cranmer said crews were hampered by darkness, limited access and a steep drop to the water's edge."

2014-11-02 - Car veers off road at 6:33 AM, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 killed:

2014-11-02 - Naked man walks down street, tries to steal purse, in Changsha (China), near the Xiang River:

Quote: "A young man, completely naked, was spotted wreaking havoc along the streets of Changsha, Hunan province this Tuesday before he was finally escorted away by the police. He first attempted to snatch a woman's handbag in the middle of gawking crowds, but didn't manage to pull it off as she immediately fled upon his approach."

2014-11-02 - Two dogs rampage around, threaten people, attack cops, get shot dead, in Charleston (West Virginia):

2014-11-02 - Huge sinkholes open near home in the Turks and Caicos Islands (British Overseas Territory):

2014-11-02 - Roof collapses at apartment building in Nacogdoches (Texas):

2014-11-02 - Ten-story building crumbling, chunks falling off, in Tioga area of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2014-11-02 - Scientists to try anti-aging drug on dogs:

Quote: "It’s a sad reality of pet ownership that our beloved companions never live as long we would wish."

2014-11-02 - Solution proposed for Florida's feral pig problem - eat them:

Quote: "When life hands you nuisance pigs, make pork chops."

Note: Time to pig out!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Jonny, since you categorized the information I cut and pasted each of the animal die-offs for the month and posted them in a comment over on NBL with a link to here.

    Today, I read H. Kunstler's post and thought you'd like this short essay that has something in common with your view:

    [the second and third paragraphs of five]

    Money-printing turns out to be the grift that keeps on giving. The US stock markets retraced all their October jitter lines, and bonds plumped up nicely in anticipation of hot so-called “money” wending its digital way from other lands to American banks. Euroland, too, accepted some gift inflation as its currency weakened. The world seems to have forgotten for a long moment that all this was rather the opposite of what America’s central bank has been purported to seek lo these several years of QE heroics — namely, a little domestic inflation of its own to simulate if not stimulate the holy grail of economic growth. Of course all that has gotten is the Potemkin stock market, a fragile, one-dimensional edifice concealing the post-industrial slum that the on-the-ground economy has become behind it.

    Then, as if cued by some Satanic invocation, who marched onstage but the old Maestro himself, Alan Greenspan, Fed chief from 1987 to 2007, who had seen many a sign and wonder himself during that hectic tenure, and he just flat-out called QE a flop. He stuck a cherry on top by adding that the current Fed couldn’t possibly end its ZIRP policy, either. All of which rather left America’s central bank in a black box wrapped in an enigma, shrouded by a conundrum, off-gassing hydrogen sulfide like a roadkill ‘possum. Incidentally, Greenspan told everybody to go out and buy gold — which naturally sent the price of gold spiraling down through its previous bottom into the uncharted territory of worthlessness. Gold is now the most unloved substance in the history of trade, made even uglier by the overtures of Mr. Greenspan. Personally, I think the more violently gold devalues for the moment, the more extreme the reaction will be when the first glimpses of reality pierce the twilight’s last gleaming of official US market intervention shenanigans.

    [read the whole thing, if interested]