Monday, April 6, 2015

Event Update For 2015-04-05

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

2015-04-05 - Truck bursts into flame while parked inside public works building, fire damages 2 more trucks, in coastal Scituate (Massachusetts):

Quote: "The town’s highway garage was left without power this weekend after a fire broke out in the building and damaged several town vehicles. Capt. William Sestito of the Scituate Fire Department said the fire was reported around 1:45 p.m. Saturday by a passerby who thought it was a brush fire. Instead, firefighters found that a truck had caught fire inside the building. 'It’s a burden on everyone,” Sestito said. “That’s where police and fire get fuel and the power’s been cut.'"

2015-04-05 - Dump truck bursts into flame while parked on Poplar Street in Monroe (Georgia):

2015-04-05 - SUV bursts into flame at 4 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, on coastal South Padre Island (Texas):

Quote: "Flames spread from a car to a nearby home early Sunday morning on South Padre Island, forcing residents to jump out the windows to escape, according to police. The Port Isabel, Brownsville and South Padre Island fire departments responded to the blaze at about 4 a.m. Sunday on the 100 block of East Saturn Lane."

Note: In separate incidents, four people were found dead on South Padre Island between March 18 and March 25. Right next to the Gulf of Mexico, North America's sewer, so one would expect people to be dropping dead and cars to be spontaneously igniting here. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any methane and/or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground, making fires, explosions and animals and people sickening and/or dying more common during those hours. Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-04-05 - Two cars and garage go up in flames at 1:41 AM at home in Riverside area in Buffalo (New York):

Quote: "Three loud pops happened very, very close. And then I heard this rumbling sound and I opened my eyes and the whole room was glowing orange..."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area...

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame while parked on street in River Falls (Wisconsin):

2015-04-05 - Five cars go up in flames at 5 AM while parked in carpark on the island of Guernsey (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Golf cart bursts into flame on porch, fire spreads, home destroyed, in coastal Bayou Vista (Texas):

Quote: "Investigators believe it could have sparked because of a golf cart parked in the home's porch."

Note: Here's a Google Maps link of the area. And here's another pile of parked vehicles spontaneously igniting and sometimes destroying other stuff, like homes. Best to keep your vehicles a safe distance away from your residence, or you could end up homeless or dead...

2015-04-05 - Home explodes and burns in Agra (India), 2 killed, 3 injured:

2015-04-05 - Home explodes and burns on Kent Street in Theddlethorpe (Britain):

Note: These are the 145th and 146th residential explosions in 2015...

2015-04-05 - Chemical company explodes and burns near the Etihad Stadium in Manchester (Britain):

Quote: "Households in east Manchester were urged to keep windows and doors locked following an explosion and huge blaze near the Etihad stadium. Fire engines were scrambled to a chemical company close to Manchester City’s Etihad campus adjacent to the ground following reports of two explosions. A huge plume of black smoke was visible across Manchester and even into Salford."

2015-04-05 - Coal mine rocked by explosion near Elkford (Canada), 3 injured:

2015-04-05 - Recycling center hit by fire in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Note: Also see the minivan that burst into flame on the Ben Franklin Bridge over the Delaware River in Philadelphia on this day...

2015-04-05 - Recycling center hit by mulch fire in West Orange (New Jersey), some homes evacuated:

2015-04-05 - Recycling center hit by fire in Widdington (Britain), 300 tons of rubbish burn:

2015-04-05 - A dozen piles of mulch burst into flame at quarry site in Douglassville (Pennsylvania):

2015-04-05 - Electrical substation damaged by fire on Chester Road in Northwich (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Huge forest fire burns near residential area in Wuzhou (China), structures threatened:

2015-04-05 - Boat, two cars and home go up in flames in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

Quote: "Responders say the fire was intense because of what they found in the pool. 'The pool was actually filled with debris – old couches, furniture, tires – all the way to the top. That was all on fire, along with a boat and two cars in the back, so that added to the volume of fire we had,' said Kevin Lewis, a battalion chief with West Palm Beach Fire Rescue."

Note: This is the 294th boat or ship to burn in 2015...

2015-04-05 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-44 near Rolla (Missouri):

Note: This is the 558th tractor/tanker/semi to burn in 2015...

2015-04-05 - Utility truck bursts into flame at academy in Mansfield (Ohio):

2015-04-05 - Delivery truck bursts into flame at 11:30 PM on highway near coastal Chennai (India):

2015-04-05 - Truck bursts into flame on Providence Road in Columbia (Missouri):

Quote: "Columbia police officer Alex Kaneaster was called to the scene to direct traffic. 'When the Fire Department got here, the flames were about twice as high as the vehicle,' Kaneaster said. 'It was the biggest vehicle fire I’ve ever seen.' Fire Department Battalion Chief Clayton Farr Jr. said the cause of the fire was unknown."

2015-04-05 - RV bursts into flame on I-10 in coastal Walton County (Florida), on the panhandle:

Quote: "An RV fire on I-10 causes delays for motorists traveling in Walton County Sunday. First responders arrived to the scene near mile marker 88 in Walton County to a motor home completely engulfed in flames."

Note: This is the 99th RV to burn in 2015...

2015-04-05 - Minivan bursts into flame on the Ben Franklin Bridge over the Delaware River in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The fire has been put out. One person was transported from the scene for a medical issue."

2015-04-05 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in driveway, fire spreads to home, in Nestor area in coastal San Diego (California):

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame on I-75 near coastal Collier County (Florida):

Quote: "Three Fort Myers teens are safe after their dad's two-year-old Cadillac CTS went up in flames along Interstate 75 Sunday. The three brothers were on their way back from a fishing trip in the Keys. The driver says he heard a pop and then a bunch of smoke barreled out and all of a sudden the car was on fire. It was destroyed in less than 10 minutes."

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame at 12:25 AM on Isabella Drive in Isabella Plains (Australia):

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame at 3:10 AM on Moorfield Road in Pool (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame on the A631 in Gainsborough (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame on the A14 between Copdock and Sproughton (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Car bursts into flame on the M69 near the M1, near Enderby (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Vehicle bursts into flame near I-35 in Emporia (Kansas):

2015-04-05 - Car and home destroyed by fire on Battle Creek Road in Windham Township (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2015-04-05 - RV trailer and agricultural shop destroyed by fire in Zillah (Washington):

2015-04-05 - Several barns destroyed by inferno in Worthing (South Dakota):

2015-04-05 - Three barns go up in flames at property in Blue Earth County (Minnesota):

2015-04-05 - Barn destroyed by fire in Texas Township (Michigan), nobody there:

2015-04-05 - Barn destroyed by fire in Miami County (Ohio), some show pigs killed:

2015-04-05 - Barn damaged by fire at 5:40 AM in Sneaton (Britain), near the coast:

2015-04-05 - Large storage shed destroyed by fire in Beaver Dam (Wisconsin):

2015-04-05 - Brush fire burns 700 acres in Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park in South Gulf Cove (Florida):

2015-04-05 - Brush fire burns 190 acres near Canyon (Texas), some roads closed:

2015-04-05 - Storage facility damaged by fire in Hesperia (California):

2015-04-05 - Factory destroyed by huge fire in New Delhi (India):

2015-04-05 - Mixed-use building damaged by fire in Conway (South Carolina), nobody there:

2015-04-05 - Mixed-use building destroyed by fire at 2:30 AM in Whitby (Canada), near Lake Ontario, 23 people homeless:

2015-04-05 - Deck bursts into flame at home in St. Charles (Illinois):

2015-04-05 - Home damaged by fire in the wee hours in coastal Punta Gorda (Florida):

2015-04-05 - Several rowhomes damaged by fire in Pottsville (Pennsylvania):

2015-04-05 - Home destroyed by massive fire, collapses, in Pennsauken (New Jersey), nobody there:

2015-04-05 - Home destroyed by fire in Riverton (Minnesota), near the Mississippi River:

2015-04-05 - Home destroyed by fire in Dix Hills area on coastal Long Island (New York), 1 injured:

2015-04-05 - Home destroyed by fire in McKeesport (Pennsylvania):

2015-04-05 - Deadly fire destroys mobile home in Bexar County (Texas), boy killed:

2015-04-05 - Deadly fire burns home at 1:33 AM in Selma (Alabama), 2 killed:

2015-04-05 - Vacant home burns before 6:09 AM in Kansas City (Missouri):

2015-04-05 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Augusta (Georgia):

2015-04-05 - Vacant warehouse destroyed by fire in the wee hours near Croton-on-Hudson (New York), near the Croton Dam:

Quote: "The blaze brought dozens of firefighters and equipment from Croton-on-Hudson and neighboring departments to the structure near the Croton Dam on Route 129."

Note: Also see the child found dead in bed and mother unconscious on floor at a home in Croton-on-Hudson on this day...

2015-04-05 - Vacant clubhouse burns in coastal Boca Raton (Florida):

2015-04-05 - Fish dying at dam reservoir in La Cienaga (Argentina):

2015-04-05 - Hundreds of fish found dead in the Tonto River (Mexico):

2015-04-05 - Fish dying in pond in Kolleru (India):

2015-04-05 - 108 pelicans found dead in the Danube Delta in Romania:

2015-04-05 - Two men, crewmembers, drop dead in cargo hold of cargo ship 'Sally Ann C', another loses consciousness, off the coast of Senegal:

Quote: "UK authorities investigated the death of two seafarers on the "Sally Ann C" on Mar 13, 2015. The chief officer and the chief engineer collapsed in a cargo hold of the ship. The second officer had tried to help his two colleagues, but lost consciousness and had to be revived."

Note: That's indicative of hydrogen sulfide poisoning. People collapse and then others try to help and they collapse too. It's a heavier-than-air gas, so it will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas, like the cargo holds on ships. Some things that might help: 1) put hydrogen sulfide sensors on all ships, inside and out; and 2) put ozone generators in the cargo holds and living quarters, and maybe have them auto-activate if the sensors sound the alarm...

2015-04-05 - Girl, 6, found dead in bed, mother unconscious on floor, in Croton-on-Hudson (New York), near the Hudson River:

Quote: "Investigators are awaiting the results of a toxicology report to determine the girl's cause of death, officials said; her body had no obvious signs of trauma."

Note: Too late to detect hydrogen sulfide; it dissipates quickly inside the body. Enough hydrogen sulfide to kill a young girl might just knock an adult unconscious too. What they should be checking is for traces of hydrogen sulfide in the clothes, the bedding, the floor, the water supply and the Hudson River. But since they're unaware of the problem - or working hard to hide things from the public - then they won't do that. This looks quite similar to the two guys who dropped dead in the cargo hold of the ship with the third guy unconscious...

2015-04-05 - Man found dead in pond at Warinanco Park in Roselle (New Jersey):

2015-04-05 - Man, 42, goes missing while fishing, next seen dead in Hidden Valley Lake in Mendocino County (California):

2015-04-05 - Man, 35, goes fishing, next seen dead in private pond near Purvis (Mississippi):

Quote: "The family told her Graham went fishing Saturday and never came back."

2015-04-05 - Man, 53, found dead at bottom of elevator shaft at business in Burns Harbor (Indiana), possible toppler:

2015-04-05 - Woman, 27, found dead at home at 3 AM in Lower Kalskag (Alaska), near the Kuskokwim River:

2015-04-05 - Man, 32, dies in swimming pool at resort in coastal Costa del Sol (Spain):

Note: People still get in swimming pools?!

2015-04-05 - Woman, 42, found dead in body of water in Madampe on the island of Sri Lanka:

2015-04-05 - Man, 50, found dead at school in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):'unexplained',-say-police

2015-04-05 - Man found dead in flat in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2015-04-05 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Newark (New Jersey), engine problem:

2015-04-05 - Passenger bus veers off road and plunges into river in Guizhou Province (China), 14 killed, 4 injured:

2015-04-05 - Pickup truck and SUV collide head-on, near Lake Pukaki in Canterbury (New Zealand), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2015-04-05 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Chelsea (Alabama), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2015-04-05 - Pickup truck veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Myakka (Florida), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2015-04-05 - Taxi and SUV collide head-on, in London (Canada), 6 injured:

2015-04-05 - Car smashes into tour bus on Valley Boulevard in Bloomington (California), 1 killed, 4+ injured:

2015-04-05 - Car veers over centerline, hits van head-on, in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), 1 killed, 2 lightly injured:

2015-04-05 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Galax (Virginia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2015-04-05 - Car slams into stopped vehicles at light in Las Vegas (Nevada), 10 injured:

Quote: "The Dodge hit a RAV4, which hit a truck which hit a Nissan. Police said there were no pre-impact skid marks from the Dodge."

Note: Brakes burned out, unconscious driver, 'medical event'?

2015-04-05 - Car plows into scaffolding at 4:30 AM, bursts into flame, in coastal Queens (New York), 2 killed:

Quote: "If you follow the exact path the out-of-control vehicle took, there are no obvious skid marks."

Note: Brakes burned out, unconscious driver, 'medical event'?

2015-04-05 - Car veers off road at 1 AM, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Wausau (Wisconsin), 2 killed:

2015-04-05 - Car veers off road at 1:08 AM, plows through homeless camp, on I-80 in coastal San Francisco (California), some injured:

2015-04-05 - Car veers off road, smashes into shop, in Colchester (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Two vehicles collide head-on, on US 141 in Marinette County (Wisconsin), 2 injured:

2015-04-05 - Man crashes car, rants and raves, strips naked, rampages through toy store, in coastal Dundee (Scotland):

Quote: "A naked man went on the rampage in a Dundee toy store on Sunday afternoon. Witnesses said the man crashed his car outside Toys R Us in the Kingsway West retail park at around 3pm. He then entered the shop and began swinging a cricket bat around as he 'ranted and raved' in a foreign language. A police source said he removed his clothes as his violent outburst continued."

2015-04-05 - Shark attacks steadily on the rise in Florida:

2015-04-05 - Bees swarm kids as Obama reads to them outside the White House in coastal Washington DC:

Note: The kids gave Obama's reading a bee plus after they stopped screaming!

2015-04-05 - Swarm of bees attacks and stings four people in coastal New Port Richey (Florida):

2015-04-05 - Pit bull attacks and injures three women at home in coastal Bradenton (Florida):

2015-04-05 - Sea lion bites man, pulls him into the water, in coastal Mission Bay (California):

2014-04-05 - Sinkhole opens up near driveway at home in Horn Lake (Mississippi):

2015-04-05 - Church roof collapses during Easter services in Rahway (New Jersey), 12+ injured:

Quote: "Congregants were reportedly singing when they heard a cracking sound from above. Debris then came tumbling down."

Note: That's kinda ominous, like the cross that burst into flame recently at 1:15 AM outside a church in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), mentioned in the 2015-03-06 update. If peoples' heads start swiveling around while they yell in some ancient language, I'm calling Father Merrin. Even if he can't help, he's got crackers and wine!

2015-04-05 - Major power outage hits coastal Mindanao (Philippine Islands):

2015-04-05 - Turrialba Volcano belches out more ash and gas in Costa Rica:

Quote: "According to OVSICORI, the column of ash reached 500 meters into the sky over the volcano and is raining large quantities of ash onto nearby farms. Winds are expected to carry the volcanic dust southwest where it will likely reach the capital."

2015-04-05 - Five earthquakes in one day shake Irving (Texas):

2015-04-05 - Magnitude 4.5 earthquake strikes just off the coast of the Big Island (Hawaii):

2015-04-05 - Shallow magnitude 2.6 earthquake strikes near La Quinta (California), near the coast:

2015-04-05 - Larger quakes than originally thought may be possible in California:

2015-04-05 - Massive flooding hits Kentucky, statewide emergency declared:

2015-04-05 - Vicious storm slams Bogra (Bangladesh), trees uprooted, walls collapse, 14 killed, 100+ injured:

2015-04-05 - Four American ring-necked ducks get blown off course and show up in Standlake (Britain):

2015-04-05 - Six lion cubs born at lion habitat in Henderson (Nevada):

Quote: "The cubs were born to mom, Pebbels, on April 1, 2015. There is only one documented case in the world for a litter of this size."


  1. Nuclear sub burning in coastal Severodvinsk (Russia):

    Blamed on welders. Poor welders. They're totally unaware of the atmospheric problem, and yet their job entails the use of fire, so they're gonna keep getting blamed for stuff that in many or most cases is not their fault at all, just a consequence of having a fire-using job as the atmosphere gets more flammable. But since nobody's talking about that, and people have to blame something or somebody, welders end up taking one for the deception team.

  2. Here's my current weather:






  3. Geez Jonny, talk about duck and cover! Stay safe.

    This one's for you - since i get more news of my area reading your site than from mainstream media:

    Special effects have changes amazingly over the years. Comparing Today's King Kong to the classic King Kong is a no brainer how different and more realistic special effect have evolved over the years. The older version of King Kong to my generation today seems like it wasn't that much hard work put into it althought it might have been. But because of how technology have also evolved everything in terms of King Kong is more believable. From the effects of the forest, King Kong himself, the movements, the dinosaurs. Everything is just more believable and clear it would make a person think these animals could actually be real.

    Woman falls into sinkhole in St. Louis, Missouri
    [this is from the 3rd, so you may have covered it]

    Eurasian shorebird (wader) turns up far inland near Winslow, Indiana

    Ross had spotted a black-tailed godwit, a gull-sized shorebird native to Europe and Asia. Ross' find has made the middle- and high-school arts teacher a celebrity of sorts among birdwatchers. After all, they might spend a lifetime tallying birds and never find one so rare.

    UFO on video during lightning storm in Nebraska

    [check this video out!]

    Ebola-like outbreaks to become more frequent in the future, warns UN

    Why you should be worried about earthquakes if you live in Oklahoma


    Since late 2009, the U.S. Geological Survey found Oklahoma has had 300 times more earthquakes than in previous decades. The latest study says 300 million-year-old fault lines have been reactivated and are capable of producing a magnitude-6.0 quake. “The reason for the study is to identify regions most likely able to produce a magnitude 6.0 earthquake and how that may affect infrastructure in the buildings in the region,” said Dan McNamara with the U.S.G.S.

    McNamara’s research did not focus on a cause, but a 2014 study posted online in “Science” connected thousands of small earthquakes to oil and gas production. The study linked the increase in seismic activity to the process of pumping highly pressurized waste-water into the ground — a byproduct of fracking.

    Forgotten lessons from Fukushima? ‘Utility minimizes earthquake risks at California nuclear plant,’ critics say


    Since the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant opened on a rocky stretch of California coast in 1985, researchers have discovered three nearby fault lines capable of stronger quakes than the one that struck Napa last year. And yet the plant’s owner, Pacific Gas and Electric Co., insists that Diablo isn’t in greater danger than previously thought. If anything, it’s in less. PG&E has, at several times in Diablo’s complicated history, changed the way the company assesses the amount of shaking nearby faults can produce, as well as the plant’s ability to survive big quakes. To Diablo’s critics, PG&E keeps tweaking the math to make California’s last nuclear plant look safer than it really is. [oh, GREAT!]


  4. HAAA-HAAA: That weird paragraph about King Kong was there because I'm on a college computer in their library (at work) and when I pasted the first link it just came along for the ride and I didn't see it! Somebody editing their essay I guess (history of animation - I know the teacher).


  5. Whew, and I thought I was just having problems comprehending what King Kong was doing there. Hah, you let KING KONG sneak by you and get into your post!

  6. Yeah, how's THAT for "editing?"

    Here's something i just saw:

    Power outage strikes much of Washington, D.C., including the White House

    [the money quote - indicative of our powerless future]

    Power outage strikes much of Washington, D.C., including the White House

    The U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Reuters)

    A power outage reportedly struck much of Washington, D.C., Tuesday morning.

    The U.S. State Department, White House, Capitol and Justice Department were among the buildings that lost power.

    A White House spokesperson said that backup generators kicked in initially after the outage, according to a tweet from Mark Knoller, a CBS News correspondent.

    Other areas throughout the D.C. metro area, including the University of Maryland in College Park, went dark.

    “There is a campus-wide power outage. Crews are working on addressing the problem. Thank you for your patience,” university President Wallace D. Loh tweeted.

    Shortly after, Loh explained that there was a problem with the electric feed to the campus and that Pepco, the main electricity service provider for Washington, D.C., was working on the problem.

    At least one class at the university’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism decided to move its discussion outside.

    A congressional aide said a backup generator was helping the U.S. Capitol complex to continue operations, according to Reuters.

    The Washington Metro said that some metro stations in the nation’s capital resorted to emergency lighting, though all remain open. Commuters were asked to be cautious when entering a dark station.

    As expected, plenty of people took to Twitter to crack wise about the outage. Some even thought this sort of incident could provide fodder for a film storyline.

    The Washington Post reported that D.C. utilities and homeland security officials were investigating and that “an explosion at a southern Maryland electrical facility is believed to have caused the power surge that temporarily knocked out power to the White House and much of downtown Washington.”

    JJFH hits the BIGTIME!

    a few others:

    Bangladesh Tropical Storms Kill At Least 36, Injure Dozens


  7. This just in:

    Illinois State athletic staffers among 7 dead in plane crash

    A private plane returning from the NCAA basketball tournament in Indianapolis crashed in a central Illinois field on Tuesday, killing all seven people on board, including Illinois State University's associate head basketball coach and a deputy athletics director.

    The National Transportation Safety Board was investigating, but there was no initial word on the cause of the crash.

    [i just thought you might like this one]

    Radio bursts from space reveal strange mathematical pattern


  8. So, a nuclear sub burning, a good chunk of Washington DC going dark, and a fatal plane crash killing 7 people, all today. Fellow frogs, the pot is coming to a boil!