Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Event Update For 2016-04-12


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: Variety Pack

2016-04-12 - Hydrogen sulfide leaks from bathroom at university in Lincoln (Nebraska):

Quote: "Battalion Chief Jim Bopp of Lincoln Fire and Rescue said the 'rotten egg' or hydrogen sulfide smell was likely caused by a buildup of the gas in a 2nd-floor bathroom."

Note: A bathroom recently exploded and burned too, at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville (Georgia), seriously injuring a woman who crawled out screaming, mentioned in the 2016-03-21 update...

2016-04-12 - Volcano Fuego erupts in Guatemala:

2016-04-12 - Greenland's melt season begins in April for the first time, almost two months early:

2016-04-12 - Wildfires, once confined to a season, now burning earlier and longer:

Quote: "Fires, once largely confined to a single season, have become a continual threat in some places, burning earlier and later in the year, in the United States and abroad. They have ignited in the West during the winter and well into the fall, have arrived earlier than ever in Canada and have burned without interruption in Australia for almost 12 months."

2016-04-12 - Two villages destroyed by huge inferno in Dang District (India):

Note: Dang!

2016-04-12 - Mostly naked man, 32, enters high school, tries to pull fire alarm off wall, says it contains Smurfs, in Maryville (Tennessee):

Quote: "Investigators said a 32-year-old man wearing only underwear and socks went into the vocational building at William Blount High School trying to pull a fire alarm off the wall because he claimed there were smurfs inside it."

Quote: "Mr. Gargamel was taken into protective custody for a mental evaluation."

Note: Hah, okay, I added the second quote...

2016-04-12 - Home destroyed by explosion and fire in Louisa (Kentucky), 1 injured:

2016-04-12 - Flat explodes at 5:10 AM in Wembley area in coastal London (Britain), 2 injured:

Note: These are the 105th and 106th residential explosions in 2016...

2016-04-12 - Incinerator explodes at bowling club in Forrestfield (Australia), near the coast, 1 injured:

2016-04-12 - Fiberboard plant hit by explosion just before 7 AM in Mataura (New Zealand):

2016-04-12 - Recycling plant hit by fire, pallets and baled paper burn, in Phoenix (Arizona):

2016-04-12 - Cruise ship bursts into flame before 2 AM on the Amazon River in Peru, 2 killed:

Quote: "The fire broke out before dawn inside the cabin of the American couple, but the first to notice the flames were members of the ship's crew, when the alarm went off at around 2:00 a.m. At the time the blaze broke out, the cruise ship was in the Tahuayo region, heading for the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, the largest natural protected area in the country."

2016-04-12 - Boat bursts into flame while docked at Elm Hill Marina on Percy Priest Lake (Tennessee), nobody aboard:

2016-04-12 - Boat bursts into flame in harbor in coastal Kiama (Australia):

2016-04-12 - Boat bursts into flame while parked at home on Hugh Reilly Court in Mt Pleasant (Australia), near the coast:

2016-04-12 - Two boats and RV destroyed by fire while parked at home in Lynnwood (Washington):

Quote: "A fire destroyed a motorhome, two boats and a storage shed at a house in unincorporated Snohomish County east of Brier Tuesday night."

Note: These are the 719th, 720th, 721st, 722nd, 723rd and 724th boats or ships to burn in 2016 and this is the 150th RV to burn in 2016...

2016-04-12 - Transit bus bursts into flame on highway near Auburn (Washington):

Note: This is the 279th bus to burn in 2016...

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 17 in Awendaw (South Carolina):

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at intersection in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Vacaville (California):

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 131 near Le Roy (Michigan):

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Goulburn Valley Highway near Wahring (Australia):

2016-04-12 - Tractor bursts into flame near Trebullett (Britain):

Note: These are the 674th, 675th, 676th, 677th, 678th and 679th tractors/tankers/semis to burn in 2016...

2016-04-12 - Truck bursts into flame on Highway K near Summersville (Missouri):

2016-04-12 - RV bursts into flame on I-69 near Marion (Indiana):

Note: This is the 151st RV to burn in 2016...

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked in underground carpark in Sherman Oaks in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame at Coney Island Hospital in coastal Coney Island (New York):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame on Bridges Street in coastal Morehead City (North Carolina):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame on I-90 near Frenchtown (Montana):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame on Route 18 near Leonore (Illinois), two other car fires since Sunday too:

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame on the Coquihalla Highway near Merritt (Canada), other fires too:

Quote: "Birkner said that this past Monday there was a car fire on the Coquihalla Highway about 15 kilometres south of Merritt..."

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame on the Pacific Highway near Billinudgel (Australia), near the coast:

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame at 12:25 AM in the Cheyne Weares area on the Isle of Portland (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame just before 5:30 AM on Evergreen Way in Amesbury (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame at 12:29 AM on street in Ebbw Vale (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame on the Trench Lock Interchange in Trench (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Car bursts into flame in Halesfield, Telford (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on US 20 bypass in St. Joseph County (Indiana):

2016-04-12 - Lawnmower and porch go up in flames at home in Lumberport (West Virginia), nobody there:

Quote: "Crews responded to a fire at a home in Harrison County just after 10:00 Tuesday morning. According to officials on scene, the fire happened on the back porch of a home in Lumberport where a lawnmower was also on fire."

2016-04-12 - Auto shop damaged by fire at 3 AM in coastal Corpus Christi (Texas), nobody there:

2016-04-12 - Gas station destroyed by fire shortly after 5 AM in Jackson (Mississippi), nobody there:

2016-04-12 - Carpark heavily damaged by fire at shopping center in Heathway, Dagenham (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Barn and lots of equipment destroyed by fire near river in Victor Township (Michigan), some goats killed:

Quote: "Firefighters from Bath Township and DeWitt did their best to put the flames out, even pumping water from a nearby river into tankers to help them fight the fire."

2016-04-12 - Moor fire erupts, fire gets big, in Littleborough (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Granary destroyed by fire in State Center (Iowa):

2016-04-12 - Two businesses destroyed by fire just before 2 AM, another damaged, in Morehead (Kentucky):

2016-04-12 - Plastics business damaged by fire in Bangor Township (Michigan), nobody there:

2016-04-12 - Building and trailer destroyed by fire at 11:30 PM in Buchanan County (Missouri), nobody there:

2016-04-12 - Clothing factory and residential building go up in flames in Bhiwandi suburb of coastal Mumbai (India):

2016-04-12 - Garage damaged by fire at home in Wolfeboro (New Hampshire), nobody there:

2016-04-12 - Garage goes up in flames at home in Sulphur Springs (Tennessee):

2016-04-12 - Garage destroyed by fire, home damaged, in Hooksett (New Hampshire):

2016-04-12 - Mobile home heavily damaged by fire just before 6 AM in Fayetteville (North Carolina), 2 injured:

2016-04-12 - Home damaged by fire just before 3 AM near Peoria Lake in Peoria (Illinois):

2016-04-12 - Home destroyed by fire just before 1 AM in North Amityville on coastal Long Island (New York), nobody there:

2016-04-12 - Home destroyed by garage fire before 7 AM in Newaygo (Michigan):

2016-04-12 - Deadly fire destroys home on Tibbs Run Drive near Fellowsville (West Virginia), 1 killed:

2016-04-12 - Vacant home burns in Lubbock (Texas):

2016-04-12 - Vacant home burns at 6 AM in Dover Township (Pennsylvania):

2016-04-12 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Charleston (West Virginia):

2016-04-12 - Vacant farmhouse destroyed by fire at 6:50 AM near Topeka (Kansas):

2016-04-12 - Vacant home destroyed by huge blaze in coastal Waikiki (Hawaii):

2016-04-12 - Two vacant homes go up in flames near high school in Wichita (Kansas):

2016-04-12 - Coral dying off hard all around the planet, scientists concerned:

Quote: "'This is a huge, looming planetary crisis, and we are sticking our heads in the sand about it,' said Justin Marshall, the director of CoralWatch at Australia’s University of Queensland."

2016-04-12 - People take dog for walk in park, dog foams at the mouth and dies, in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "The vet couldn't say whether it was poison or an allergic reaction, but she did say that her own employee's dog died right after walking in the very same park."

Note: Quite a few people have been found dead in rivers in Portland too, and a woman, 26, dropped dead while walking on a path near the Willamette River in Portland, mentioned in the 2015-02-26 update. A man, 48, was found dead on the banks of the Willamette River in Portland on that same day too. This same thing - foaming at the mouth and dying - has happened to other dogs after walks in other parks too.

So some hydrogen sulfide blows by, some of the molecules 'stick' - via adsorption - to matter, like sticks, leaves, grass, fences, the ground, etc. Then people walk their dogs in that area. The dogs may sniff some of those molecules off whatever they've adsorbed onto, or they may get poisoned via skin contact, especially through the skin on the pads of their feet, and any water in the area may also be contaminated. The dogs may just sicken if it's light poisoning, or they may die, sometimes foaming at the mouth, just like all the people who've mysteriously died after foaming at the mouth in recent years. So if you take your dog for a walk, and your dog foams at the mouth and dies, then it probably got poisoned. You'll never know whether matter has been contaminated or not, so it's probably best to assume that everything, especially everything outdoors, has been contaminated. If you're wrong, no big deal - you took some unnecessary precautions. But if you assume matter ISN'T contaminated and you're wrong, then death may be the consequence...

2016-04-12 - 23 infants killed by unknown cause in 4 weeks in Nakuru and Baringo counties (Kenya):

2016-04-12 - Man, 51, found dead in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal in Georgetown area in coastal Washington DC:

2016-04-12 - Man goes for a jog, has 'medical emergency' and drops dead on trail in Amherst (New York):

2016-04-12 - Man in his 20s drops dead along Smith Street in Brighton (Alabama):

2016-04-12 - Man goes fishing, next seen dead in the White River in Monroe County (Arkansas):

2016-04-12 - Man found dead near Swannanoa River Road in Asheville (North Carolina):

2016-04-12 - Man, 86, falls off boat and dies at Lake Maxinkuckee (Indiana):

2016-04-12 - Man, 46, found dead in well near Arkansas City (Kansas):

2016-04-12 - Boy, 12, collapses and dies outdoors at elementary school in Colton (California), near the Santa Ana River:

2016-04-12 - Man, 35, ship crewman, found dead in harbor in coastal Unalaska (Alaska):

2016-04-12 - Infant found dead at daycare in Lehigh Township (Pennsylvania):

2016-04-12 - Woman, around 40, found dead, partially burned, near canal in Agasaud (India):

2016-04-12 - Woman, 60, tourist, found dead in Pushkar Lake (India):

2016-04-12 - Man, 62, producer David Gest, drops dead at hotel at Canary Wharf in coastal London (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Man in his 50s drops dead in flat in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Man, early 40s, found dead near railway viaduct on the Derwent Walk in Gateshead (Britain), near the coast:

2016-04-12 - Man found dead in submerged car at Greenbooth Reservoir in Norden (Britain):

2016-04-12 - Small plane lands and flips over at airport in Chandler (Arizona):

2016-04-12 - Small plane crashes near Trout Lake, British Columbia (Canada), 2 killed:

2016-04-12 - Russian Mi-28 attack helicopter crashes in Homs Province (Syria), 2 killed:

Quote: "Russia's Defense Ministry says a Russian military helicopter has crashed in Syria, killing two military personnel on board. The Defense Ministry says the Mi-28 attack helicopter was not shot down, but crashed in Homs Province early on April 12."

2016-04-12 - Private bus and heavy truck collide head-on at 5 AM, near Dobbspet (India), 1 killed, 37 injured:

2016-04-12 - Passenger bus plunges 200 meters off road, in Khotang (Nepal), 17 killed:

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer veers over centerline at 6 AM, hits box truck, in Ochopee (Florida), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer overturns into ditch at 4 AM, near Potomac River bridge in Morgan County (West Virginia):

Quote: "No one was injured when a tractor-trailer tipped over in a ditch at about 4 a.m. today in the 5000 block of Hancock Road in Morgan County, W.Va., a 911 dispatcher said. The accident happened just south of the U.S. 522 bridge over the Potomac River, the dispatcher said."

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-40 in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2016-04-12 - Tractor trailer overturns on highway in coastal Oakland (California):

2016-04-12 - Unoccupied RV rolls away, plunges down embankment, in coastal Seattle (Washington):

2016-04-12 - SUV veers off road at 3:30 AM, hits home, bursts into flame, in South Whitehall Township (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2016-04-12 - Car veers over centerline at 5:40 AM, hits semi head-on, bursts into flame, near Lebanon (Illinois), 1 killed:

2016-04-12 - Two cars crash, one bursts into flame, in Springdale (Arkansas), some injuries:

2016-04-12 - Car veers off road, slams into home, in Colorado Springs (Colorado), 1 killed:

2016-04-12 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, on Grangemont Road in Orofino (Idaho):

2016-04-12 - Man strips naked, lays down in road, in Orange (California):

Quote: "Traffic came to a brief standstill on a busy street in Orange on Tuesday when a man stripped off his clothes and laid down in the roadway, police said."

2016-04-12 - Man chases people with chainsaw at 6:30 AM, tries to run people down with truck, in coastal Torrance (California):

2016-04-12 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures couple, man declared dead but resuscitated, in Buckey (Arizona):

2016-04-12 - Swarm of bees attacks and injures child in Glendale (Arizona):

2016-04-12 - Dog attacks and injures 5-year-old girl at home on Fairview Road in Columbia (Tennessee):

2016-04-12 - Two dogs attack and injure pregnant woman on Glenrowan Avenue in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):

2016-04-12 - Giant sinkhole opens in yard at home, swallows tree, in Des Moines (Iowa):

Quote: "The homeowner at 4103 SW 5th Street was awakened by neighbors who noticed the sinkhole around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday when it began swallowing a hedge. By 7:00 a.m. the hole had expanded dramatically, even sucking down a tree. Officials say it is about 40 feet deep and still expanding."

2016-04-12 - Huge sinkhole opens on street in Madera (California):

2016-04-12 - Those ambitious global warming goals - the world may does not know how to reach them:

2016-04-12 - Bhubaneswar in India shatters all time heat records with 45.8°C temps, unprecedented heatwave continues:

2016-04-12 - Malawi hit by food crisis:

2016-04-12 - Drought takes a terrible toll on poor Filipino farmers:

2016-04-12 - Towering waves smash into the Cornwall coast in Britain:

2016-04-12 - Petroleum products from Deepwater Horizon oil spill linked to deaths of newborn dolphins:

2016-04-12 - China to expand its emergency seed bank capacity:

Note: More doomsday preparations...

2016-04-12 - Coastal Qatar builds ten huge warehouses to stockpile food:

Quote: "To help improve the country’s food security, Qatar’s Ministry of Economy and Commerce has constructed 10 warehouses to stockpile sugar, cooking oil, rice and milk. The facilities total 107,446 square meters and are capable of storing enough food for three to 10 months, depending on the commodity."

Note: And some more doomsday preparations...

2016-04-12 - Japan prepares for release of tritium from Fukushima plant:

2016-04-12 - Two-headed snake found in Kansas:

2016-04-12 - Kids suing federal government and fossil fuel industry over lack of future due to changing climate:

2016-04-12 - Blue-green fireball disintegrates over Ukraine and Crimea:


  1. Things are ramping up. As has happened to me, the blogger of Seemorerocks (Robin Westenra) tried to post BASIC INFORMATION on Robert Scribbler's blog (Robert Marsden Fanny) and was CENSORED. He goes off about it in his post today.

    Thursday, 14 April 2016
    Discussing the actions of Mr. Robert Marston Fanny

    The following may seem bit harsh but I am offended at the actions of the author of the Robertscribbler blog. He has proved himself to be worthy of the editors of any of the corporate media.

    I am usually slow to anger when it comes to messengers of abrupt climate change but when I do get angry I am slow to forgive.

    If you want to say this is personal you are right - partially. But mostly not. This is about the refusal to carry, comment on, or even criticise what I regard as important information for every person in the South Pacific, South America and Australasia.

    I am both mystified and deeply offended.

    'Robertscribbler' spits in the face of the people of the Southern Hemisphere

    Robert Marston Fanny censors all reference to a "hot blob" in the South Pacific

    [A huge heat blob 5 times the size of the “hot blob” off North America - that's some serious heat, right there]


    Mr Fanny can continue to produce his nonsense about saving civilisation (as in today's “A Harbinger of the End of the Fossil Fuel Era” — Coal Production, Exports Plummet as Peabody Energy Declares Bankruptcy) the day after producing two very good articles. I am perfectly willing to overlook that and refrain from criticism in the interests of the greater good.

    His act of petty censorship and spitting in the face of the people from the South I am NOT willing to forgive, now or in the future.

    12 killed in plane crash in remote Papua New Guinea

    7-foot bull shark attacks diver off Riviera Beach; injuries 'significant,' officials say

    Strong odors spark new fears in Porter Ranch and prompt an investigation

    [they think they're smelling methane . . ]

    [more later]


  2. Thanks! Hadn't found that article about the southern hemisphere ocean 'hot blob'. You mentioned it the day before, but without a link, and I was being a lazy-ass and then I spaced it out, but I did want to mention it, and now there the link is in that article, so bam, problem solved. Also, yikes, that looks scary!

  3. Speaking of scary, check this out:

    Devastating mudflow sweeps cars away and destroys shops in Jizan, Saudi Arabia

    Baseball-size hail slams Texas for second consecutive day

    [a double-header!]

    Record breaking rain causes flash floods in Las Vegas, over a hundred road crashes

    It now also ranks as the third-highest total amount of rain ever for a single day for the month of April.

    The Las Vegas Sun reports that the Nevada Highway Patrol responded to 127 crashes, including seven hit-and-run incidents Saturday. Most were caused by a single vehicle hydroplaning. A total of 43 injuries and 77 cases of property damage were noted.

    6.4 quake strikes southwest Japan (photos, videos)

    Magnitude 6 earthquake shakes Zamboanga, Philippines


  4. [oh man]
    Second large earthquake hits Japan measuring 5.9 in magnitude as rescuers battle to free people trapped in rubble

    A second huge earthquake has hit Japan measuring 5.9 in magnitude.

    This comes as the nation was coming to terms with the destruction caused by the 6.2 tremor which struck earlier today.

    Fires were seen breaking out after nineteen homes reportedly collapsed near to the site of the tremor.

    6.0 earthquake strikes off Vanuatu coast; 4th quake in a week

    [FOURTH one in a WEEK? Holy Slap-a-cow-a!]


  5. Hmmm, these hailstorms with big hailstones sure seem to be getting more common. Not sure where that might end. What if we start seeing storms dropping a bunch of those 66-pound hailstones? That'd make for some serious mass destruction.

  6. Yep. The weather is becoming chaotic.

    Flight from hell leaves passengers bloodied

    Terrifying turbulence sent one plane passenger “flying into the air” and hospitalized six people, as shocking pictures emerge revealing blood-splattered seats and people’s belongings hurled across the plane.

    The Boeing 777 was en route from Jakarta, Indonesia, to Bangkok, Thailand, carrying 72 passengers and 12 crew when it was hit by severe turbulence.

    Never-before-seen galaxy spotted orbiting the Milky Way

    [heh, the neighbors we didn't know we had]

    Deadly Bacteria Infection Spreading Across Midwest

    [2 min. 20 sec vid]


  7. 4 Injured When Military Vehicle Overturns on New Jersey Turnpike

    154 people stuck on train that lost power in underwater tunnel to DC

    U.S. Economy 2016: 3 Classic Recession Signals Are Flashing Red

    Those that were hoping for an “economic renaissance” in the United States got some more bad news this week. It turns out that the U.S. economy is in significantly worse shape than the experts were projecting. Retail sales unexpectedly declined in March, total business sales have fallen again, and the inventory to sales ratio has hit the highest level since the last financial crisis.

    6.9 magnitude quake strikes western Myanmar, shakes neighboring countries

    A magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck Myanmar on Wednesday, causing tremors around the region, including in neighboring Bangladesh where scores were reported injured in stampedes and buildings were damaged. The quake, which took place at a depth of 134 kilometers (83 miles), hit some 400 kilometers northwest of Myanmar’s capital Naypyidaw, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS), and was also felt in parts of India and China. There were no immediate reports of casualties, although the region where the earthquake hit has poor communications infrastructure like many of Myanmar’s outlying provinces.

    A 5.9 magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of Mindanao early Thursday, April 14, seismologists said, with no damage or casualties immediately reported and no tsunami warning issued. The quake occurred at 2:21 am (1821 GMT Wednesday) off the coast of Zamboanga del Norte, with its epicenter at a depth of 15 kilometers, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said.

    Volcanic activity report for April 13

    Santiaguito (Guatemala): A violent explosion associated with a partial dome collapse occurred Monday morning at the Caliente dome. The eruption generated an ash column that rose several kilometers and a pyroclastic flow that traveled through the canyon draining from the dome complex to the SE.

    Fuego (Guatemala): Another paroxysm (the 6th this year so far) started last night at the volcano. Intermittent strombolian explosions merged into lava fountaining reaching 400 m height and increased lava effusion has been feeding a lava flow that had reached 2 km length into the Las Lajas ravine (SE side).

    Nyiragongo (DRCongo): The secondary vent remains active, a recent visit (on 8 April) at the volcano showed. Lava continues to be erupted from the side vent on the eastern crater floor and occasionally still cascades into the main pit with the active lava lake

    Huge 75 feet by 45 feet crater swallows basketball court at Huntington Park High School

    Large flames shoot out from flowing spring in the desert of Afghanistan

    There must be undeniably a logical and scientific explanation for the bizarre phenomenon of water and fire together. [they haven't heard, Jonny]

    Is gas or oil mixed with the water?

    This reminds me of videos recorded in heavily fracked areas in the United States, where residents can ignite their drinking water.

    [geez, they're dancin' all around it, but still don't get it]