Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Event Update For 2015-05-26

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

2015-05-26 - Chinese Navy plane bursts into flame and crashes in northwest China, 2 killed:

Quote: "After discovering that the aircraft's engine was on fire shortly after taking off, the two pilots turned the aircraft away from villages, residential buildings, hospitals and a business area and dived into woods, state-run Xinhua news agency reported. It was only 17 seconds between observing the fire and the crash. There was not enough time or sufficient height for the two pilots to parachute from the burning aircraft, according to the Chinese Navy."

Note: This is the 61st aircraft to smoke or burn in 2015...

2015-05-26 - Cargo ship 'Purple Beach' bursts into flame near Bremerhaven (Germany), ship evacuated:,purplebeach100.html

Quote: "A freighter carrying fertilizer -- a potentially explosive substance -- was abandoned by its crew off the coast of Germany after the vessel caught on fire, German officials told ABC News."

Note: Remember the massive fertilizer explosion that wiped out a chunk of West (Texas)? This was almost a mobile version of that...

2015-05-26 - Boat bursts into flame near coastal Campbell River (Canada):

Note: These are the 446th and 447th boats or ships to burn/explode in 2015...

2015-05-26 - Passenger train bursts into flame in Flagstaff (Arizona), 1 injured:

2015-05-26 - Passenger bus bursts into flame at Broadway, Bridgwater (Britain):

Quote: "On arrival crews discovered one fifty four seater coach alight. Crews used two breathing apparatus, one hose reel and a CAFS covering jet to extinguish the fire."

2015-05-26 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Load Street in Bewdley (Britain):

Note: These are the 321st and 322nd buses to burn in 2015...

2015-05-26 - RV bursts into flame shortly before 1 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in coastal Hampton (Virginia), nobody there:

Quote: "An RV parked beside a house in the 300 block of West Pembroke Avenue, across the street from Fire Station 1, caught fire shortly before 1:00am, according to fire officials. That fire quickly spread to the second story of the house."

2015-05-26 - RV bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to home, on Hampshire Bay in Winnipeg (Canada):

2015-05-26 - RV bursts into flame on the A19 at the Testos Roundabout in West Boldon (Britain):

Note: These are the 145th, 146th and 147th RVs to burn in 2015. And here's a vehicular fire variety pack - burning plane, ship, boat, train, two buses and three RVs. Not looking good for vehicles on this planet. Not a bad run though - more than 100 years! But all things come to an end, and it looks like the days of humans using vehicles are coming to an end. Actually it looks like the days of humans being alive are coming to an end, but clearly there will be a lot of burning vehicles as we die off...

2015-05-26 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in coastal San Jose (California):

Quote: "Neighbors told KTVU Fox 2 that they heard a loud blast and rushed outside to see billowing smoke and flames coming from the home."

2015-05-26 - Home explodes in the wee hours in Lula (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 205th and 206th residential explosions in 2015...

2015-05-26 - Firefighter critically burned by 'flash fire' while refueling chainsaw at national park in Nevada:
Quote: "Josh Evans suffered second- and third-degree burns to his upper body in a flash fire that occurred while refueling a chainsaw, officials said."

Note: Possibly the work of the Ghostly Match. I mentioned refueling specifically, though not chainsaws, but refueling anything is a potential problem now...

2015-05-26 - Camp stove explodes at Lake Cachuma (California), 3 injured:

2015-05-26 - Explosion injures man at construction site near the Ft. Loudoun Dam (Tennessee):

2015-05-26 - Bridge over the Speed River damaged by fire in Hespeler (Canada):

2015-05-26 - Car compound goes up in flames at old airfield in West Raynham, Norfolk (Britain), 1 lightly injured:

Quote: "A man was taken to hospital following a fire at a car compound at a former RAF airfield in Norfolk. Firefighters were called to the West Raynham site at about 17:00 BST on Tuesday."

2015-05-26 - Aluminum recycling center damaged by fire on Neville Island (Pennsylvania), on the Ohio River:

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-20 near Baird (Texas):

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at wood recycling center in Granville Township (Pennsylvania):

2015-05-26 - Tractor, car, ATVs and two barns destroyed by fire in Salem Township (Michigan), some chickens killed:

Quote: "The two barns were a total loss. A tractor, ATVs and a car were destroyed in the fire. Rachwal estimated the fire caused anywhere from $200,000 to $400,000 in damages."

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on State Highway 26 near Morrinsville (New Zealand):

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 7 near Harris (Canada):

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 12 near Altario (Canada):

2015-05-26 - Tractor (backhoe) bursts into flame at recycling center in Oshawa (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

Quote: "Fire officials say an engine in a backhoe caught fire and the driver was able to get out safely."

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A303 near Mere (Britain):

2015-05-26 - Tractor bursts into flame while parked inside barn in Lytchett Minster (Britain), 1 mile from the coast:

Note: These are the 849th, 850th, 851st, 852nd, 853rd, 854th, 855th, 856th and 857th tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2015...

2015-05-26 - Septic truck bursts into flame on Miromar Lakes Boulevard in coastal Lee County (Florida):

2015-05-26 - Heavy truck bursts into flame near building in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

2015-05-26 - Box truck bursts into flame at Asda store in Llangefni on the Isle of Anglesey (Britain):

2015-05-26 - Truck bursts into flame on I-495 in Nassau County (New York):

2015-05-26 - Van, pickup and car go up in flames while parked at Walmart in Chesapeake (Virginia), near the coast:

Quote: "Captain Scott Saunders, with the Chesapeake Fire Department, confirmed the fire at 2448 Chesapeake Square Ring Road. It started around 3:15 p.m., and engulfed a van, a sedan, and the pickup truck by the time fire crews arrived."

2015-05-26 - Van bursts into flame on I-75 in North Toledo (Ohio):

2015-05-26 - SUV bursts into flame at 2 AM while parked in parking lot in coastal Arcata (California):

2015-05-26 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in Las Cruces (New Mexico):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM while parked at home on Pacific Heights Road in Pauoa (Hawaii):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame while parked on George Street in Norristown (Pennsylvania):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at 2 AM on I-70 near the Illinois-Indiana border:

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at 5:10 AM on highway in coastal Fall River (Massachusetts):
2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame near Springwater Trail in Portland (Oregon):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame on M-28 near Hulbert Township (Michigan):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame on I-41 near the Town of Vinland (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The driver reported her car 'simply started on fire' while traveling south on Interstate 41..."

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame on US 95 in Las Vegas (Nevada):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame while being towed by RV, on I-5 near Cook Road, near Bow (Washington):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame in the wee hours while parked at home in coastal Cape Breton (Canada):

2015-05-26 - Two cars go up in flames at 6:30 AM while parked in high-rise carpark in coastal Sharjah (UAE):

Quote: "This is third vehicle blaze reported in the UAE over past 10 days, with two separate incidences of Lamborghinis catching fire – one earlier this week on Al Garhoud Bridge. A second such fire was reported last week, when a video emerged on Liveleak that showed a Dh1.43 million Lamborghini Aventador going up in flames in Dubai."

Quote: "The reason for both fires is not known."

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at 6:08 AM on Mortimer Lewis Drive in Greenway (Australia):

2015-05-26 - Car bursts into flame at 2:50 AM in Calderdale, Wollaton (Britain), man burned:

2015-05-26 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-64 in New Kent County (Virginia):

2015-05-26 - Two vehicles and garage go up in flames, home damaged too, in Plover (Wisconsin):

2015-05-26 - Motorcycle, garage and two sheds destroyed by fire at 4:39 AM in Somers (Connecticut):

2015-05-26 - Barn destroyed by fire in Charlotte Hall (Maryland):

2015-05-26 - Brush fire erupts on the north side of the Indian River Inlet near coastal Rehoboth Beach (Delaware):

2015-05-26 - Brush fire breaks out along I-20 in Lexington County (South Carolina):

2015-05-26 - Wildfires continue to rage in Alberta (Canada), 2000 people evacuated:

2015-05-26 - Numerous forest fires erupt in Israel:

2015-05-26 - Apple data center damaged by roof fire, roof partially collapses, in Mesa (Arizona):

2015-05-26 - Dumpster bursts into flame, fire spreads to building, in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2015-05-26 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Budd Lake (New Jersey):

2015-05-26 - Deadly fire burns home on Kagaki Lake Road in the Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls (Canada), 1 killed:

2015-05-26 - Vacant mobile home burns at 4:45 AM in Glendale (Arizona):

2015-05-26 - Vacant home goes up in flames at 5:28 AM, fire damages adjacent occupied home, in Canton (Ohio):

2015-05-26 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Veblen (South Dakota):

2015-05-26 - Three adjacent vacant homes go up in flames at 3:45 AM in Strawberry Mansion area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2015-05-26 - Vacant brewery damaged by fire in South Bend (Indiana), near the St. Joseph River:

2015-05-26 - Vacant plane factory destroyed by fire at 12:20 AM in East Farmingdale (New York):

2015-05-26 - Endangered saiga antelope die-off reaches 120,000 in Kazakhstan:

Quote: "Number of dead animals in these regions amounted to 112,475 individuals. In Zharkainskom and Zhaksynskom areas Akmola region currently utilized mascara 8502. Of the total number of dead animals 90% were female. Arrangements for monitoring the state of wildlife and identify the causes of mortality continues. According to the Kazakhstan Association of Biodiversity, for 2014 the number of saiga in Kazakhstan was more than 300 thousand individuals, 50 thousand head more than in 2013."

Note: So they'd recovered from previous mass die-offs in 2010-2013 and reached 300,000 in number by 2014, so now after these 120,000 deaths they're down to 180,000. So this year alone they've lost 40% of their population...and it's not even June. One or two more years like this and they'll be extinct...

2015-05-26 - Another whale washes ashore in California, at Point Reyes National Seashore, 12th in two months:

2015-05-26 - Oil spill killing numerous sea creatures near Gaviota (California):

2015-05-26 - Woman and daughter, 75 and 50, found dead in home in Jaipur (India):

2015-05-26 - Man, 57, found burned to death in or near campfire in Voorheesville (New York):

2015-05-26 - Man, 46, jumps in water to save child, saves child but dies himself, in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

Quote: "One of the adults, a 46-year old man, went into the water to assist a child who was in distress. After the child was returned to the boat, the other passengers noticed the man was floating face down. They turned the boat around to look for him, but were unable to locate him."

2015-05-26 - Woman, 26, found dead in the water near Matheson Hammock’s Marina in coastal Miami (Florida):

Note: She went missing while boating, mentioned in the 2015-05-25 update...

2015-05-26 - Woman, 21, found dead near I-75 in coastal Naples (Florida):

2015-05-26 - Man, 18, goes fishing, next seen dead in Bean Brook in Rainbow Township (Maine):

2015-05-26 - Girl, 9, found dead in swimming pool at gym in Chesterfield (Virginia):

2015-05-26 - Man, 59, drops dead on the Kokosing Gap Trail near Howard (Ohio):

2015-05-26 - Man in his 50s drops dead on trail at Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area in Lysander (New York):

2015-05-26 - Man, 44, drops dead near Park And Ride in Veneta (Oregon):

2015-05-26 - Boy, 17, disappears while swimming, next seen dead in Mountain Island Lake (North Carolina):

2015-05-26 - Boy, 16, dies at Jennings Randolph Lake near Kitzmiller (Maryland):

2015-05-26 - Woman in her 40s found dead in the Ohio River in Louisville (Kentucky):

2015-05-26 - Woman, 20, found dead under Little Sac River bridge near Springfield (Missouri), possible toppler:

Quote: "Jacobson's body was found under the Little Sac River bridge on U.S. 65 south of Farm Road 68, just east of Fellows Lake, about halfway between Springfield and Fair Grove."

2015-05-26 - Man, 46, found dead in dumpster in Ukiah (California):

2015-05-26 - Man, 64, found dead at 5:40 AM in jail cell in Manukau suburb of coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2015-05-26 - Man found dead in the Utuhina Stream in Rotorua (New Zealand):

2015-05-26 - Woman found dead at home in coastal Helensburgh (Scotlan):

2015-05-26 - Man, late 30s, drops dead in apartment in coastal Wexford (Ireland):

2015-05-26 - Man, 26, found dead at farm in Rhondda Cynon Taff (Britain), near the coast:

2015-05-26 - Woman in her 20s found dead in canal in coastal Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey (Britain):

2015-05-26 - Man goes into cardiac arrest, bus hits big rig, tow truck and two cars, in Tacoma (Washington):

2015-05-26 - Car crashes into home in Lauderhill (Florida), woman doesn't remember it:

Quote: "The woman who was driving the car said she doesn't remember what happened or how it happened, but believes a mechanical malfunction was the reason for the crash."

2015-05-26 - Driver suffers 'medical condition', car hits SUV then plows into fire station in Hutchinson (Kansas), 1 injured:

Quote: "Preliminary investigation points toward the driver possibly suffering a medical condition that perhaps led to her driving through the facility's parking lot where it struck a Jeep before hitting the building."

2015-05-26 - Passenger plane loses power in BOTH engines, descends 13,000 feet and recovers, near coastal Hong King (China):

Quote: "Data from and a report in the Aviation Herald showed the plane was cruising at 39,000 feet (11,887 meters) about 260 kilometers (162 miles) from Hong Kong when the Rolls-Royce Trent 772 engines stopped working."

Quote: "Singapore Airlines said no 'anomalies' were detected in either of the engines after the plane arrived in Shanghai, and that it is reviewing the incident with Rolls-Royce and Airbus."

Note: So something not detectable in the equipment itself took out both engines. I bet they flew through a pocket of the atmosphere that didn't have enough oxygen. That would - or at least could - affect both engines and yet leave no 'anomalies' in the equipment itself. In other words, they didn't have an equipment problem, they experienced an atmosphere problem...

2015-05-26 - National Guard cargo plane has landing gear malfunction but lands safely at coastal Quonset Point (Rhode Island):

2015-05-26 - Small plane makes emergency landing in field near Polson (Montana):

2015-05-26 - Small plane crashes near Rondefontaine (France), 1 killed:

2015-05-26 - Small plane crashes during takeoff at airport in East Rand (South Africa), 1 killed:

2015-05-26 - Passenger train derails in Rajanpur (Pakistan), 100 injured:

2015-05-26 - Passenger bus blows tire and overturns in Mathura (India), 50 injured:

2015-05-26 - Passenger bus overturns on the R44 outside Stellenbosch (South Africa), 31 children injured:

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-81 near Kline Township (Pennsylvania):

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-25 near Longmont (Colorado):

2015-05-26 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-35 near Laredo (Texas):

2015-05-26 - Dump truck crashes off I-5, bursts into flame, in coastal Bellingham (Washington):

2015-05-26 - Van veers off road, crashes into daycare, in Lawrenceville (Georgia), 2 children injured:

2015-05-26 - Van veers off road, hits pole, in Vinton (Virginia), 1 killed:

2015-05-26 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits car head-on, both burst into flame, in Pennington County (Minnesota), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2015-05-26 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, on Highway 41 near Fresno (California), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2015-05-26 - Two cars collide head-on, in Cleveland (Tennessee), 3 injured:

2015-05-26 - Car crashes into guardrail at 3 AM, bursts into flame, near Nebo (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2015-05-26 - Car crashes onto embankment, bursts into flame, near Newport (Washington), 1 killed:

2015-05-26 - Shark attacks and lightly injures girl at Cocoa Beach (Florida):

2015-05-26 - Pit bull attacks and kills pet greyhound at park in Bluffton (South Carolina), near the coast:

2015-05-26 - Earthquake swarm strikes near Volcano Irazu (Costa Rica):

2015-05-26 - Man goes out on boat, goes missing, empty 'ghost boat' found running in circles, near coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

Quote: "The Curtis Bay crew was first on scene around 12 p.m. and found the approximately 30-foot sailboat unmanned and going in circles."

2015-05-26 - Devastating flooding hits Houston (Texas), disaster declared, some incredible pics, 4+ killed:

2015-05-26 - Epic flooding hits the Dalton Highway in Alaska:

2015-05-26 - Hailstorm pounds areas in Oman:

2015-05-26 - Fukushima may be at risk of hydrogen explosion:

2015-05-26 - HSBC predicts worldwide economic collapse:

2015-05-26 - Slovakians create egg-shaped off-grid Ecocapsule:


  1. Mornin' Jonny!

    We finally got a nice soaking rain around here.

    Your post about the guy refueling his chain saw made me wonder how I could be so stupid as to dump a 5 gal can of gas into my car yesterday, rather than just hit the gas station . . .[tempting fate?].

    Thanks for another great report on the new normal conditions in which we live.
    Lotta young people dyin' suddenly. Sad.

    Record rainfall for Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Nebraska

    [government stupidity revealed]

    Federal program allows killing of 500,000 protected migratory birds a year

    Birds are killed under the program to protect farm fields, vineyards, air traffic, golf courses, pistachio orchards, landfills, fish farms, zoos, aquariums and other locations, according to the investigation.

    Most recently, a federal judge in Portland, Ore., denied a motion to try to stop the killing of more than 10,000 double-crested cormorants in the Columbia River estuary. The Army Corps of Engineers justified the bird-kill, saying the cormorants eat millions of juvenile salmonids each year, thus endangering the annual salmon run.


  2. Just arrived in my morning paper [caps mine]...

    The way the fire started -- OUT OVER THE WATER, working its way back toward the boardwalk -- makes it difficult to identify a cause or a possible accelerant used to keep the fire going, Harris said. The department cannot get a dog close enough to the destroyed pier to sniff for accelerants, and much of the burned material from the pier ended up in the lake.

    "Either the evidence burned with the pier or fell to the bottom of the lake," he said.

    The larger 2-inch by 6-inch planks that made up the pier would REQUIRE SIGNIFICANT HEAT TO CATCH FIRE, Harris added.

    Read more here:

    Now given that this fire HAD to burn hot, then any arsonist's tools should be readily ascertained b/c as they mention you have "to keep the fire going". And as you Jonny continually point out: NO EVIDENCE OF ARSON!...but we'll assume it lies at the bottom of the lake.

    Look at the picture -- the sniffing dogs can't walk across the remaining pier (OK agreed), so walk them down the gentle slope leading to the shallow waters edge. Sigh.

  3. Lots of "giant fireball" pics

  4. Massive rainfalls have devastated more than half of Texas state parks

    Texas lake breaches dam after days of flooding

    Good job there taproot (SJ)!


  5. Bill Gates just described his biggest fear -- and it could kill 330 million people in less than a year

    “I rate the chance of a nuclear war within my lifetime as being fairly low,” says Gates. “I rate the chance of a widespread epidemic, far worse than ebola in my lifetime, as well over 50%.”

    “We’ve created, in terms of spread, the most dangerous environment that we’ve ever had in the history of mankind,” Gates tells Vox.

    [a few stories from around the web to confirm what he said]

    Bird Flu Researchers to Continue Work on Engineered Virus


    Scientist Makes H5N1 Highly Contagious

    Coalition of Leading Scientists Claim H5N1 Ferret Experiments Could Lead to Pandemic

    H5N1 Bird Flu Needs Just 5 Mutations to Spread Easily in People

    Britain: Scientists Reconstruct Black Death Plague with Genetic Material Taken from Ancient Corpses Buried Under Royal Mint


  6. CIA stops sharing information about the oceans and climate with scientists:

    Gee, I wonder if there's something they don't want us to know. Our tax dollars at work. But apparently our tax dollars are not working for us.

  7. The CIA GETS its information from scientists (they "collect" it) - they're just hi-tech thugs and "information gatherers" and wouldn't know science if they tripped over it. Fucking useless pieces of shit if you ask me. They certainly aren't "keeping us safe!"

    Meanwhile the die-offs continue all over.

    Mysterious disease threatens Australian turtle with extinction – hundreds of turtles dead, scientists puzzled on disease

    Remember that India heatwave that's killed over 1100 people? Well, there's one in Japan too:

    Over 430 hospitalized in Japan over heat wave

    Earthquake swarm reported outside Costa Rican capital – region shaken by 23 tremors

    Stocks Began Falling Right At This Time Of The Year Just Prior To The Last Financial Crisis


    The following are just a few of the trouble signs that we have seen this week…

    -On Tuesday, the VIX (a closely watched measure of market volatility) jumped by the highest percentage that we have seen so far in 2015. As I have explained so often before, markets tend to go up in calm markets and they tend to go down in volatile markets. So the fact that volatility is on the rise is not a good sign.

    -The U.S. dollar index is surging again. In fact, we just witnessed the largest seven day rise in the U.S. dollar index since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. This is another indication that big trouble is ahead. For much more on this, please see my previous article entitled “Guess What Happened The Last Time The U.S. Dollar Skyrocketed In Value Like This?…”

    -Thanks to the ongoing Greek crisis, the euro is falling again. It just hit a fresh one-month low, and if I am right it is going to go quite a bit lower as the European financial crisis intensifies.

    -In the U.S., orders for durable goods have fallen year over year for four months in a row. When orders for durable goods start going negative for a few months, it is usually a signal that we are entering a recession.

    -After rebounding a little bit, the price of crude oil is falling again. It just hit a new one-month low, and the number of oil rigs in operation has declined for 24 weeks in a row. Once again, this is highly reminiscent of what happened back in 2008.

    -Unfortunately, it isn’t just oil that is declining. A whole host of other commodity prices are going down right now as well. This happened just prior to the financial crisis of 2008, and it is a sign that we are heading into a deflationary economic slowdown.


  8. okay last one for today, i promise

    Noctilucent clouds seen over Scotland

    Beaches closed along southern California coast as globs of tar wash ashore from unknown source

    Tornado strikes natural gas drilling rig in Texas panhandle

    Wild elephant kills man in Chandil, India

    Elderly woman attacked by bear in Japan

    At least 18 dead in Texas, Oklahoma flooding as region is again battered

    [i think this was posted before, but maybe it was something similar.]

    UK hospital admissions for dog attacks up 76% in 10 years