Sunday, November 9, 2014

Event Update For 2014-11-08

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

2014-11-08 - RV bursts into flame while parked in builder's yard on Creek Road in March (Britain), nobody there:

2014-11-08 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 12:30 AM while parked at home in Rochester (Minnesota):

2014-11-08 - Car bursts into flame while parked in garage at home on Warley Road in Scunthorpe (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame at 12:50 AM while parked at home, home lightly scorched too, in Warrington (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Motorcycle bursts into flame while parked in garage at home on Brook Street in Antrim Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Barnes said firefighters believe the fire started in a motorcycle parked in the garage. When the vehicle caught on fire for unknown reasons, it caught the garage on fire as well."

Note: More parked vehicles going up in flames. All vehicles are now randomly-igniting firebombs that can go off at any time, though they're more likely to ignite in the wee hours and when in, near or downwind of a low-lying area like a body of water, ravine, ditch, canyon, valley, etc. Many homes have been destroyed this way and may people have died this way too. It's increasingly unwise to park a vehicle near anything you don't want to see on fire...

2014-11-08 - Apartment hit by explosion and fire in Colorado Springs (Colorado), 1 killed:

Quote: "A neighbor said there was an explosion and the door of the apartment was blown out. According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, the man was taken to a hospital where he later died."

2014-11-08 - Garage explodes at home before 6 AM in Westminster (Maryland), 11 homes damaged, 1 critically injured:,0,1902909.story

Note: It exploded as soon as he opened the door. He had some propane tanks in there. One or more were probably leaking propane. Usually, in normal times, not a big deal, open the door and the gas dissipates into the air and blows away. If there'd been an ignition source INSIDE the shed then obviously it would have exploded earlier. But there's hydrogen sulfide around now, probably mostly blowing along the ground since it's a heavier-than-air gas, and when he opened that door, he allowed some to flow into the shed. Then it found some rusty iron/steel in there - a shovel, rake, lawn mower, something like that - and then there was a spark and...BOOM!

2014-11-08 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits Plympton in coastal Plymouth (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Transformer explodes and burns, fire spreads, 25 homes burn, in Magatapalli (India), 6 injured:

2014-11-08 - Cargo ship 'Cosmic 9' bursts into flame at 3:40 AM while docked in coastal Haiphong (Vietnam):

Quote: "An Indonesian cargo ship Cosmic 9 suddenly erupted in flames, disabling the ship, after docking at Thuong Ly General Oil Depot, Cam River, Haiphong city at 3.40am on November 8."

2014-11-08 - Five industrial vehicles go up in flames in Bracken Ridge suburb of coastal Brisbane (Australia), fire spreads to brush:

Quote: "Up to five industrial vehicles have been destroyed by a blaze in Brisbane's north, which has sparked a grass fire. The fire started at a property on Bracken Ridge Road, Bracken Ridge about 11am, before spreading to nearby grassland."

2014-11-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-85 in Anderson County (South Carolina):

2014-11-08 - Tractor bursts into flame on Laurel Close in Holywell Row (Britain):

2014-11-08 - RV bursts into flame at store in Erie (Pennsylvania), near Lake Erie:

2014-11-08 - Car bursts into flame on the Howard Frankland Bridge in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2014-11-08 - Car bursts into flame near the Kresky Avenue viaduct in Centralia (Washington):

Quote: "Firefighters called about 6:50 p.m. were told by the two women they saw smoke coming from below the dashboard just before the car became disabled, according to Capt. Scott Weinert. They got out of the car and the area burst into flames..."

2014-11-08 - Car bursts into flame at 1:20 AM on Perth Close in Langley Green (Britain):

Quote: "One of the crews was then called out to Perth Close in Langley Green at about 1.20am to tackle a car fire. It is not known what caused the blaze."

2014-11-08 - Car bursts into flame on Birmingham Road in Bromsgrove (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-64 in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2014-11-08 - Machine shop destroyed by fire at 4:10 AM in Norvelt (Pennsylvania):

2014-11-08 - Barn and outbuilding destroyed by fire near Shenandoah (Iowa):

2014-11-08 - Barn destroyed by fire at 1:04 AM near Shipshewana (Indiana), separate car crash and fire too:

Quote: "Mongo and Stroh firefighters were dispatched to a personal injury accident with a vehicle catching fire. The car slammed into a tree near 0805 South State Road 3 around 12:41 a-m."

Note: So a car crashed and burst into flame then 25 minutes later in that area a barn burst into flame...

2014-11-08 - Barn damaged by fire in Seneca County (Ohio):

2014-11-08 - Barn destroyed by fire in North Curry (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Brush fire erupts on island in the Susquehanna River, near Rawlinsville (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Firefighters battled a brush fire about 50 feet off shore on a mass of rocks in the Susquehanna River on Saturday. Crews, including one boat, were dispatched around 3:20 for reports of flames on an island in the river."

Note: So some ROCKS were on fire in the middle of the river? Alrighty then!

2014-11-08 - Brush fire breaks out near Workman Mill Road in Hacienda Heights (California):

2014-11-08 - Furniture business destroyed by fire in Madison County (Kentucky):

2014-11-08 - Landscaping business destroyed by massive fire at 4 AM in Maple Shade Township (New Jersey):

Quote: "Firefighters responded around 4 a.m. to a blaze at 605 Stiles Avenue in Maple Shade Township, Burlington County after a panic alarm from the building, which houses South Jersey Mowers, alerted them to smoke and flames..."

Note: Probably some lawn mowers and riding mowers in there, maybe some transport vehicles too...

2014-11-08 - Warehouse destroyed by huge fire in Marion (Illinois), nobody there:

2014-11-08 - Bank destroyed by fire at 2:51 AM in Clarksville (Tennessee):

2014-11-08 - Restaurant destroyed by fire in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2014-11-08 - Porch bursts into flame at 11:52 PM, fire spreads to home, in Salina (Kansas):

2014-11-08 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads, home destroyed, on Hartge Road in Lower Burrell (Pennsylvania):

2014-11-08 - Home under renovation damaged by fire in Dayton (Ohio):

2014-11-08 - Home damaged by fire at 12:45 AM in coastal Burnham-On-Sea (Britain), 4 injured:

2014-11-08 - Home destroyed by fire at 12:15 AM on Camp Creek Road in Wayne County (West Virginia), nobody there:

Note: This was the Wayne County Sheriff's home. Well, nobody's home is immune. A fair number of police cars have burst into flame too. They're gonna have the same problems as everyone else...

2014-11-08 - Home destroyed by fire in Howard Springs (Australia), near coastal Darwin, nobody there:

2014-11-08 - Apartment building destroyed by fire in Middletown (Ohio), 32 people homeless:

2014-11-08 - Apartment building destroyed by fire in Mount Sterling (Illinois):

2014-11-08 - Deadly fire damages vacant building at 5:30 AM in Banning (California), 1 killed:

2014-11-08 - Deadly fire burns apartment at 5:42 AM in Fridley (Minnesota), 1 killed:

2014-11-08 - Deadly blaze rips through home at 12:30 AM in Trinity (North Carolina), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2014-11-08 - Vacant building burns in San Antonio (Texas):

2014-11-08 - Hundreds of fish dying in canals on coastal Merritt Island (Florida):

Quote: "State wildlife officials received dozens of reports this week about the hundreds of dead fish floating in canals surrounding Sykes Creek, Newfound Harbor and the Banana River. Species included catfish, flounder, mullet, sailor's choice, pinfish, red drum, sheepshead and trout."

2014-11-08 - Person has 'medical emergency' and dies in car at gas station in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2014-11-08 - Woman, 46, found dead in the water near her houseboat in coastal Marathon Key (Florida):

2014-11-08 - Man, 51, drops dead between two buildings in coastal Greenpoint (New York):

Quote: "A 51-year-old man was found dead Saturday morning in an empty lot between two Brooklyn buildings, cops said. The body was found faceup and fully clothed, with no signs of trauma, in a lot on Manhattan Ave. near India St. in Greenpoint about 11:20 a.m., cops said."

Note: The area between buildings is basically a valley between the higher-elevation buildings...

2014-11-08 - Man in his 50s found dead outside tent in Des Moines (Iowa):

2014-11-08 - Man, 59, found dead in field in Riverside (California):

2014-11-08 - Man found dead in field near courthouse in Youngstown (Ohio):

2014-11-08 - Woman, 69, found dead at 6:10 AM between Beachview Park and Chestnut Beach in Clarkston (Washington):

2014-11-08 - Man found dead in Lake Maury in coastal Newport News (Virginia):

2014-11-08 - Man in his 50s found dead under I-85 bridge in Auburn (Alabama):

2014-11-08 - Man. 30-40, found dead in the Cumberland River in Ashland City (Tennessee):

2014-11-08 - Man, 50, drops dead on road, blood oozing from nose, in Lucknow (India), woman falls off building and dies separately:

Quote: "Blood was seen oozing out of Mandal's nose and his lips also had injury marks."

Quote: "In a separate incident, a female labourer died after falling from an under-construction apartment in Mahanagar area on Friday. The deceased woman was from West Bengal."

Note: He probably hit his face on the ground when he collapsed dead. A baby was just found dead with blood oozing from nose at 5:30 AM at a hotel in Kansas City (Missouri), mentioned in the 2014-11-05 update. Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can cause bleeding from nose/mouth/ears, so as the atmospheric contamination intensifies, more people will be found bleeding from nose/mouth/ears and/or foaming from the mouth. You're most likely to be gassed to death yourself in the wee hours, when outdoors, and when in, near or downwind of low-lying areas...

2014-11-08 - In separate incidents, two men, 26 and 63, found dead in bodies of water in Karnataka (India):

2014-11-08 - Man, 61, found dead in coastal Otago Harbour (New Zealand):

2014-11-08 - Man drops dead on Bulwark Road in Bulwark, Chepstow (Britain):

2014-11-08 - Small plane makes emergency landing, landing gear problem, landing gear collapses, in Lawton (Oklahoma):

2014-11-08 - Small plane makes emergency landing on highway near Bend (Oregon):

2014-11-08 - Small plane crashes near Landrum (South Carolina):

2014-11-08 - Turkish plane makes emergency landing in Sofia (Bulgaria):

2014-11-08 - Small helicopter crashes in Brazoria County (Texas), 1 lightly injured:

2014-11-08 - Freight train hits tractor trailer in Bessemer City (North Carolina):

2014-11-08 - School bus hits utility pole, bursts into flame, in Sangrur (India), kids rescued:

2014-11-08 - Passenger bus plunges 1300 feet down hill at 4:20 AM near Santo Domingo (Ecuador), at least 15 killed, 18 injured:

2014-11-08 - Passenger bus plunges 25 feet down embankment in Venta del Olivo (Spain), 11 killed, 37 injured:

2014-11-08 - Two separate three-car crashes occur on the Grant Marsh Bridge in Mandan (North Dakota):

2014-11-08 - Four vehicles crash on the Bay Bridge in coastal San Francisco (California), 4 injured:

2014-11-08 - Tractor trailer, pickup and car crash near Milan (Illinois), 1 killed:

2014-11-08 - Tractor trailer overturns on road in the Town of Halfmoon (New York):

2014-11-08 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-40 in Nashville (Tennessee), 2 injured:

2014-11-08 - Minivan and car crash at 1:40 AM in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 5 injured:

2014-11-08 - SUV veers off road, hits guard rail, bursts into flame, on I-40 near Cookeville (Tennessee):

2014-11-08 - SUV slams into auto shop, roof collapses, in West Haverstraw (New York), near the coast:

2014-11-08 - Pickup truck and police car crash, police car bursts into flame, in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2014-11-08 - Pickup truck veers off road, hits sign, bursts into flame, near Fredericktown (Missouri), 1 killed:

2014-11-08 - Car veers off road shortly before midnight, hits pole, bursts into flame, in Hartford (Connecticut), 3 injured:

2014-11-08 - Sinkhole causing sewage to back up into homes in Youngstown (Ohio):

Quote: "My basement’s been filled with tampons, poop and sewage..."

2014-11-08 - Sinkhole opens beneath trolley in Louisville (Kentucky):

2014-11-08 - Power goes off and on at Phoenix International Raceway in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "In one of the most bizarre occurrences at a modern race event, the power kept going out last night at Phoenix International Raceway. Rolling blackout issues affected the NASCAR Camping World Truck series race, at times lighting half the circuit, and at times lighting nothing at all."

2014-11-08 - Scaffold collapses at power plant in Anhui Province (China), 7 killed, 7 injured:

2014-11-08 - Man, 25, falls 25 feet off bridge in coastal Long Beach (California), 1 injured:

2014-11-08 - Man goes into cardiac arrest on boat off the coast near Warrenton (Oregon):

2014-11-08 - Ship leaks chemical into the Ship Channel in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas):


  1. Hydrogen sulfide smell hits Moscow (Russia):

    Responders in Urbana (Illinois) train for raw sewage and hydrogen sulfide release after earthquake:

  2. Another link for the Moscow hydrogen sulfide event:

  3. It's spreading to more towns and big cities, little burgs and hamlets, and out where no one lives. Hikers of the Appalachian Trail are as likely to be affected by these gases as a person raking leaves in their yard.

    Those 'no fishing' signs are taking on new meanings now and should probably read: Get the hell out of here! Are you TRYING to KILL YOURSELF? By "no fishing" we mean don't even think about it!

    Before long though, it will become so pervasive that it will be impossible to ignore, panic will begin to set in when people realize that there's no escape, and your reports will link explosions, fires, car crashes, animal attacks and die-offs, people dropping dead, sinkholes and other oddities all in the same place and time! i'm projecting here, but isn't it likely that a town can be overwhelmed with a big gust of these two lethal gases and, almost like a neutron bomb, all the living beings will cease to exist and the entire town will be up in flames (with no electricity or running water - since that depends on electric pumps)?

    i recall that one place in the Philippines or in Indonesia (i can't remember) where the whole village by a body of water - like thousands of homes - were burning up.

    What's worse is that we have to ADD TO THIS all the other impacts of climate change: the mosquito and tick borne diseases that are ramping up (because conditions are becoming more favorable to the host species), tree and vegetation death (from ozone pollution among other factors), flooding, drought, tornadoes (and other big storms), earthquakes, all the ice melting (so sea level rise), people going ape-shit from stress, H2S, and lack of food and water, heat waves, brutal ice and snow storms, and the eventual loss of the electrical grid to the collapse of civilization.


  4. geez, their 'officials' are as bad as ours! "Don't worry about the smell of hydrogen sulfide" yeah, right! Shit'll KILL yo ass, nukka-head!

    oh, and i saw this:

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Global warming is likely playing a bigger role than previously thought in dead zones in oceans, lakes and rivers around the world and it's only going to get worse, according to a new study. [it goes on]

  5. Yeah, 2500 homes went up in flames in the Philippines, right on the coast. I don't think they got hit by a huge cloud all at once, but I bet their homes had adsorbed a bunch of one or both gases, until eventually a fire broke out, and once it did, it spread like crazy, unstoppable. But if a big concentrated cloud DOES hit a city, the city will explode/burn and yeah, that'll kill pretty much everything in the area. That's the 10-kiloton explosion scenario they just trained for on the coast in NYC.

    They just had those exploding craters in Siberia, so maybe another big bubble of gas just exploded out of the ground or out of a body of water near Moscow. Looks like this is far too large of a cloud to be any industrial leak, though they don't really have a lot of options other than that if they're gonna make something up to keep the herd snoozing.

  6. Also, this is now the second major metropolitan area to be told to shelter-in-place due to hydrogen sulfide, in all of human history. The first city was coastal Kuwait City (Kuwait), in 2012, mentioned in the 2012-10-17 update. So for thousands of years, never had that happen. Now, since 2012, it's happened twice. Add to that the hydrogen sulfide stinkfests in Southern California, the 'rotten egg' odor that hit Santa Monica, the 'rotten egg' odor in the Inner Harbor in Baltimore, the 'rotten egg' odor that hit coastal Quincy (Massachusetts), the hydrogen sulfide driving business away from some coastal boating town in Australia, the hydrogen sulfide problem at the landfill in that town in Connecticut (and other towns too), and more. Things are getting very very obvious now!