Saturday, February 10, 2018

Event Update For 2018-02-09

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

2018-02-09 - Drilling rig hits pocket of hydrogen sulfide, near Coyanosa (Texas), several sickened:

Quote: "Several oilfield workers were taken to the hospital after a hydrogen sulfide pocket was hit on Friday. According to the Reeves County Sheriff's Office, one of their deputies responded to a report of an oilfield accident on County Road 103 south of Coyanosa at 11:30 a.m. When the deputy arrived on scene at the oil rig they found that an H2S pocket had been hit."

Note: They're lucky to be alive...

2018-02-09 - Unknown gas odor evacuates school in Belleville (Illinois):

Quote: "Firefighters were joined by Ameren workers in checking the area for gas leaks. They were unsuccessful at finding any gas leak or source, but Ameren remained at the scene after firefighters left at 9 a.m., Elliff said."

2018-02-09 - RV trailer goes up in flames and kills man in Manchaca (Texas):

2018-02-09 - HVAC unit explodes on roof of court building in coastal Nanaimo (Canada):

2018-02-09 - Underground electrical explosion and fire hits Derby (Britain):

2018-02-09 - Electrical substation heavily damaged by fire in Bromsgrove (Britain), blackouts ensue:

2018-02-09 - Landfill fire breaks out at midnight near Le Mars (Iowa):

2018-02-09 - Landfill fire breaks out, again, in Bhandewadi (India):

2018-02-09 - Apple AirPod explodes and burns at fitness club in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

Quote: "It began smoking while still in his ear."

2018-02-09 - Huge numbers of birds seen within two days in Dallas and Houston (Texas):

2018-02-09 - Ferry ship 'Express 2' bursts into flame near coastal Sjællands Odde (Denmark):

Quote: "The 'Express 2' had to return to Aarhus on its voyage to Sjællands Odde in the afternoon Feb 8, 2018, due to a fire in one of the engine rooms. The alarm sounded at 3.30 p.m., and the ship was dead in the water for about 10 minutes before passengers were advised that the situation was under control, but the ferry would return to Aarhus where the sealed engine room would be opened to see what had happened. Upon return at 5 p.m. it turned out that the damage was so significant that the ferry had to stay in port for repairs for an uncertain time."

2018-02-09 - Four boats go up in flames just after midnight while docked in coastal Port Moody (Canada):

Quote: "Port Moody Fire Chief Ron Coulson said crews responded to the scene just after midnight. They discovered four boats fully engulfed in flames on Pier 17. Two of the boats were destroyed and two were heavily damaged. A number of other boats and parts of the marina dock received minor and moderate damage, said Coulson."

Note: These are the 183rd, 184th, 185th, 186th, and 187th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-02-09 - School bus bursts into flame on road near Salina (Kansas):

Quote: "No one was hurt when a bus carrying the Kansas Wesleyan University Coyote Softball Team caught fire on Friday."

Note: This is the 40th school bus to burn in 2018, and this is the 90th bus to burn in 2018...

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-44 in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame off I-75 in Georgetown (Kentucky):

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 31 in Whitehall Township (Michigan):

Note: These are the 320th, 321st and 322nd tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-02-09 - Heavy plow truck bursts into flame on I-90 near Oak Corners (New York):

2018-02-09 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Stocklake in Aylesbury (Britain):

Quote: "Friday 9 February, 8.54pm Commercial waste lorry on fire, Stocklake, Aylesbury. Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended. Firefighters used one hose reel, two sets of breathing apparatus, a ladder and a toolkit."

2018-02-09 - Forklift truck bursts into flame at 2:09 AM on Second Avenue in Poynton (Britain):

2018-02-09 - Security truck bursts into flame on Market Street in York (Britain):

Quote: "Market Street, York - Time of call 12:16 York fire crews responded to reports of a truck on fire. The fire involved the rear of the truck only. Crews awaited arrival of recovery truck and made vehicle safe. Cause of fire is believed to be a faulty motor."

2018-02-09 - RV bursts into flame, ignites brush fire, near Slaton (Texas):

Quote: "It appears the fire started in an RV and spread to the surrounding grass."

Note: This is the 69th RV to burn/explode in 2018...

2018-02-09 - Van bursts into flame in the wee hours on I-10 in Indio (California):

2018-02-09 - Van bursts into flame on highway in coastal Singapore:

2018-02-09 - Van bursts into flame on the M1 near Derby (Britain), separate crash too:

2018-02-09 - Van bursts into flame on road near Reynalton (Britain):

2018-02-09 - Van bursts into flame on Pilch Lane in Great Horwood (Britain):

Quote: "Friday 9 February, 3.35pm Van on fire, Pilch Lane, Great Horwood. One appliance and crew from Buckingham attended. Firefighters used one hose reel and one set of breathing apparatus."

2018-02-09 - SUV bursts into flame at medical facility in Kirkoswald (Britain):

Quote: "Car fire in Kirkoswald(Eden) 9 Feb 2018 At 14:55 firefighters from Penrith were called to reports of a vehicle fire at a doctor’s surgery in Kirkoswald. Crews attended the scene and found a Landrover Discovery well alight. The team used one hose reel jet and a thermal imaging camera to tackle the fire."

2018-02-09 - Car bursts into flame on Fourth Street at Greenfield Avenue in coastal San Rafael (California):

2018-02-09 - Car bursts into flame at Heritage Bay Condos in Rogers (Arkansas):

2018-02-09 - Car bursts into flame on street in Sioux City (Iowa):

2018-02-09 - Car and generator go up in flames in Tallebudgera (Australia), 2 injured:

2018-02-09 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal Muscat (Oman):

2018-02-09 - Four cars go up in flames while parked at auto expo in Noida (India):

2018-02-09 - Car bursts into flame on the M9 near Falkirk (Scotland):

2018-02-09 - Car bursts into flame on Whincup Avenue in Knaresborough (Britain):

Quote: "Car fire – Whincup Avenue, Knaresborough Time of call: 1931 hours A crew from Knaresborough has dealt with a car fire which has resulted in fire damage to the engine compartment. The fire was out on our arrival and crews carried out an inspection using a thermal imaging camera. The cause is believed accidental."

2018-02-09 - Band's bus trailer bursts into flame at 5 AM while being towed, on I-40 near Okemah (Oklahoma):

2018-02-09 - Semi trailer bursts into flame while parked at business in Lamesa (Texas):

2018-02-09 - Food trailer bursts into flame on Nolensville Pike in Nashville (Tennessee):

2018-02-09 - Vehicles and auto shop destroyed by fire and explosion in Keys (Oklahoma), nobody there:

Quote: "It's the second explosion in the Cherokee County town in a short time. A house located near the Green Leaf Nursery exploded last Friday."

2018-02-09 - Car and barn destroyed by fire on Geauga Lake Road in Bainbridge Township (Ohio):

Quote: "Crews in Bainbridge Township are battling a barn fire on Geauga Lake Road. Officials tell FOX 8 News there was a car inside the barn; it caught fire and exploded."

2018-02-09 - Race car and garage go up in flames at home in coastal Napier (New Zealand):

2018-02-09 - Barn destroyed by fire in Mount Pleasant (South Carolina), 6 chickens killed:

2018-02-09 - Barn destroyed by huge blaze in Middlebury Township (Ohio):

2018-02-09 - Crane manufacturing business damaged by fire in Antrim Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-02-09 - Furniture business and 3 other businesses destroyed by huge fire in Vinton (Iowa):

2018-02-09 - Poultry business hit by fire, building destroyed, near Ionia (Michigan):

2018-02-09 - Mobile home destroyed by fire at 5 AM in San Carlos Park (Florida), near the coast:

2018-02-09 - Home heavily damaged by fire in St. Louis (Missouri), 1 injured:

Quote: "Officials said one of the firefighters was also taken to a hospital after complaining of chest pains."

2018-02-09 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Lincoln Street in Gaston (North Carolina), 3 injured:

2018-02-09 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 4:45 AM in Beacon (New York), 3 injured:

2018-02-09 - Home destroyed by fire in Benton (Maine), nobody there:

2018-02-09 - Home destroyed by fire on Mooring View Lane in Columbia Falls (Montana):

2018-02-09 - Home destroyed by fire in Washington Township (Ohio):

2018-02-09 - Home destroyed by fire on Marvel Oak Circle in Ladson (South Carolina):

2018-02-09 - Home destroyed by huge blaze in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2018-02-09 - Home destroyed by fire, another home damaged, on Alans Lane in Colebrookdale Township (Pennsylvania):

2018-02-09 - Apartment building destroyed by fire before 5 AM in Worcester (Massachusetts):

2018-02-09 - Apartment building destroyed by fire at 12:41 AM in Marquette Park area in Chicago (Illinois):

2018-02-09 - High-rise apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire burns home in Georgetown (Delaware), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire burns home in Wichita (Kansas), 1 killed:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Queens (New York), 1 killed:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire burns home in Sunset (Utah), 1 killed:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire destroys home at 1:46 AM in Davenport (New York), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire destroys home in Franklin (Tennessee), 2 killed:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire destroys fourplex apartment building in Lealman area in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida), 1 killed:

2018-02-09 - Deadly fire destroys fourplex apartment building in Andover (South Dakota), 1 killed:

2018-02-09 - Vacant home burns in North St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2018-02-09 - Vacant mixed-use building destroyed by fire at 4:40 AM in New Britain (Connecticut):

2018-02-09 - Man, 57, found dead in the East River near marina in Brunswick (Georgia):

2018-02-09 - Woman, 53, drops dead in jail cell in Lane County (Oregon):

2018-02-09 - Woman, 33, found dead in alley in Scottsdale (Arizona):

2018-02-09 - Person found dead beneath overpass in coastal Newark (New Jersey):

2018-02-09 - Woman, 39, found dead in ravine near creek in O'Fallon (Missouri):

2018-02-09 - Person found dead in vacant building in St. Joseph (Missouri):

2018-02-09 - Man, 49, found dead in jail cell in coastal Shediac (Canada):

2018-02-09 - Man, 66, found dead in the Murrumbidgee River in Wagga (Australia):

2018-02-09 - Man, 38, jumps into the Lachlan River to save son and dies himself, near Cowra (Australia):

2018-02-09 - Woman, 41, found dead in swimming pool at safari club in Nairobi (Kenya):

2018-02-09 - Man, 46, goes missing while fishing, next seen dead in the water near the island of Corfu (Greece):

2018-02-09 - Man in his 40s found dead in the water near coastal Chaguaramas (Trinidad):

2018-02-09 - Man, 27, found dead in the water at coastal Patnem Beach (India):

2018-02-09 - Man, 65, found dead in apartment in coastal Mumbai (India):

2018-02-09 - Man, 33, Australian javelin champion, dies suddenly in the Netherlands:

2018-02-09 - Woman, 30, found dead outside her home in Bhaktapur District (Nepal):

2018-02-09 - Man found dead near his car in Elstead (Britain):

2018-02-09 - Woman, 23, found dead in reservoir in coastal London (Britain):

2018-02-09 - Driver has 'medical issue', tractor trailer veers over centerline, swipes car, crashes, in Merced (California), 1 injured:

Quote: "The driver of a tractor trailer suffered some type of medical issue Friday afternoon while driving on Highway 99 in Merced that caused him to cross over into on-coming traffic where he collided with another vehicle, the California Highway Patrol reported."

Note: The people in that car were very lucky. A tenth of a second difference and they'd probably be dead...

2018-02-09 - Man has 'medical emergency', car backs into building, in coastal Suffolk (Virginia):

Quote: "A man driving in Suffolk Friday morning suffered a medical emergency and backed into a building."

2018-02-09 - Driver has 'medical episode', taxi van crashes into fence, on the A52 in Derby (Britain), 3 injured:

Quote: "A Derby taxi driver suffered a 'medical episode' while driving on the A52 and drifted off the carriageway before crashing."

2018-02-09 - In separate incidents, two float planes make emergency landings near coastal Sanibel (Florida):

2018-02-09 - Small plane crash-lands in field in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2018-02-09 - Tanker truck veers off road and crashes, in coastal Accra (Ghana):

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer blows tire, hits truck head-on, fire erupts, near Salama (Kenya), 3 killed:

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer crashes into median at 12:10 AM, on I-84 in Umatilla County (Oregon), 1 killed:

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer veers off road at 7 AM, overturns into ditch, on I-70 in Vigo County (Indiana):

2018-02-09 - Tractor trailer overturns on US 101 in Santa Margarita (California):

2018-02-09 - Heavy truck plunges into deep ravine at 6:40 AM, bursts into flame, in coastal Sabah (Malaysia), 1 killedd:

2018-02-09 - Car slams into business in Hamburg Township (Michigan), 1 killed:

Quote: "Hamburg Township police could not immediately be reached for comment, but, according to a post on The Wild Indoors' Facebook page, the crash may have involved a medical emergency."

2018-02-09 - Naked man, 48, acts erratically, tussles with cops, in Visalia (California):

Quote: "A nude man acting erratically in front of businesses was arrested Friday, after he resisted being detained for an evaluation, according to Visalia police. Shane Masters, 48, was not wearing clothes when officers arrived to find him in the 1400 block of West Center Street just before 5 p.m, police say. Officers convinced Masters to put his clothes on, but he resisted when they tried to detain him for an evaluation."

2018-02-09 - Dog attacks and injures 6-year-old girl in East St. Louis (Illinois), near the Mississippi River:

2018-02-09 - Sinkhole opens and exposes cavern that runs beneath homes in Williamson County (Texas):

2018-02-09 - 31 landslides in a week hit coastal Brunei:

2018-02-09 - Building partially collapses in Batesville (Arkansas):

2018-02-09 - Water main breaks, huge sinkhole opens and swallows 3 cars, in Chicago (Illinois):

2018-02-09 - Two water mains break, massive sinkhole devours road, in Fairfax (Virginia):

2018-02-09 - Water main breaks, homes flood, in Millcreek (Utah):

2018-02-09 - High school student has 'medical issue' and collapses in bathroom at school, in critical condition, in coastal Arlington (Virginia):

2018-02-09 - Police officer has 'medical emergency' at jail in coastal Kent (Washington):

Quote: "An officer had a medical emergency at the Kent Correctional Facility, he’s ok and headed to the hospital for evaluation."

2018-02-09 - Devil's bargain - why aerosols pose a deadly climate change threat:

2018-02-09 - Floods are getting worse, and 2,500 chemical sites lie in the water’s path:

2018-02-09 - Lightning strike kills 89 animals in Zwelitsha (South Africa):

2018-02-09 - Cyclone Gita roars through Samoa, state of emergency declared:

2018-02-09 - Heavy rain and flooding hit the Fiji Islands:

2018-02-09 - Unofficial world record for largest hailstone set on February 8 (23 cm, 9 inches) in Cordoba (Argentina):

2018-02-09 - Winter storm hammers parts of the US Midwest:

2018-02-09 - Methane reporting gap widens in oil and gas industry:

2018-02-09 - Mad Max violence stalks Venezuela's lawless roads:

2018-02-09 - Brand new $15 million fleet of fire trucks hits the streets in St. Louis (Missouri):

Note: Now there's a reasonable use of tax dollars in this day and age!

2018-02-09 - Study suggests that plants have consciousness:

2018-02-09 - CERN physicists find evidence of quasiparticules called 'Odderons' first predicted in the 1970s:


  1. Over the past year or so - as long as I've been counting - Hull incidents happen far more often than garbage truck fires, but not this month! Hull has been rather quiet (only 1 incident) so far while there have already been 5 garbage trucks destroyed by fire. Lots of time left.

    Another case where a firefighter needed medical assistance after being on call.

    So many homes destroyed by fire (including apartment buildings), too many people dropping dead and crazy accidents, including 2 float planes in the same location! Not good.

    That H2S that was released from underground via the drilling rig is now floating around the atmosphere, joining all the other leaks, plumes and bubbles being emitted constantly now.

    It's been raining for at least 2 days here, foggy at times too.

    Three reported dead after helicopter crashes at Grand Canyon

    Indiana county records 4 deaths in 48 hours from moving snow

    [blame heart attacks, which we know can result from H2S exposure]

    One-two punch of disease and Irma has left Florida citrus reeling

    Irma knocked 50 to 90 percent of Florida's citrus fruit to the ground in places, according to the state commissioner of agriculture, Adam Putnam, causing $760 million in damage in the worst year for Florida oranges since 1945.
    But more was damaged than just a year's crop.

    Citrus accounts for approximately 45,000 full- and part-time jobs in the state. Hurricane Irma is credited with wiping out nearly 56,000 jobs directly and indirectly tied to Florida's agricultural sector and dealing a $2.39 billion blow to labor income. [more]

    Drought-hit Cape Town rejoices at rain

    When the forecasts turned out to be true and rain fell from the skies, the residents of Cape Town in South Africa rejoiced, thanked God and stood outside to feel the water on their skin.

    [more CURRENT news - good one, Jonny]
    Lightning bolt kills 17 goats at farm in Namibia

    Dead minke whale washes ashore in Nova Scotia, Canada

    [more below]

  2. The beaches of Barcelona snow-covered and a temperature of -21°C recorded in Spain

    SOTT Earth Changes Summary - January 2018: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

    Missouri women catches neighbor's Corgi riding her pony

    Manifest Evil: Spending Bill Gives 165 Billion Dollars to Pentagon Which ‘Lost’ 6.5 Trillion

    [59 min. video]

    Something VERY Serious is Happening with Banks - they've almost stopped lending TO EACH OTHER

    More on the coming market collapse

    [29 min. video + these embedded ones]

    Stock Market Sell-Off - Dominos Are Starting to Fall
    [~ 6 min. video]

    The Banks Are Getting Out First
    [~ 42 min. video]

    Russian media: Conflict in Afghanistan about to break out with renewed vigour

    United States fails in Afghanistan - Russia makes an unexpected move

    Syria - Is War With Israel Imminent (Updated)?


    The boy-men on Zerohedge are crying at the fate that has befallen them. Shocked, I tell you, that this is all ending badly...

    To settle for less than "it all", is to compromise. Because to settle for less than it ALL is to be "socialist". We've devolved into a society of low-functioning crack addicts, fantasizing about their long-ago day in the sun...

    It's called voodoo economics for a reason: because you have to be a total fucking zombie to believe in it...RepubliCons believe that trade is *free* and money is *free*, they'll be shocked to learn they're wrong on both counts. [more]

  3. Breaking-ish - passenger plane bursts into flame and crashes near Moscow (Russia), all 71 aboard killed:

    Quote: "Witnesses in the village told local media they saw a burning plane falling from the sky."

  4. Also...

    Quote: "It is not immediately clear what caused the crash, with weather conditions and pilot error said to be among the possible reasons."

    I think I'd be investigating the plane being ON FIRE as the most probable cause of the crash, but that's probably just because I'm not an idiot. Heh.

  5. That deadly house fire in Manchaca, TX is only a few miles from me. Less than a mile from that fire two different creeks come together and form a wider pool before it keeps flowing east as one creek.

    With the hydrogen sulfide release from that fracking operation in west Texas I think its pretty clear why there are more JJFH events in Texas, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania. All three states are fracked. Fracked hard. Then of course Texas also has the after effects of all the tropical rain Harvey dumped on it this past late summer.

  6. Hydrogen sulfide's also hit some areas in Canada, and Moscow in Russia. I don't think it has to do with fracking, but the fact that oil and gas around the planet is becoming more sour, e.g. is becoming richer with more hydrogen sulfide. That's happening all on its own. And what do all of those areas have in common? They're all rich in below-ground hydrocarbons. I think the rampant fracking is a desperate attempt to get the oil and gas out of the ground BEFORE it's turned into hydrogen sulfide, at least in the US. I don't know what they're doing in Canada and Russia about the problem, if anything.

  7. That's another feedback too - the more sour the oil and gas gets, the more hydrogen sulfide leaks from the ground, which causes fires, which releases carbon, which heats things up, which makes the oil and gas more sour, and so on. And fracking it out of the ground doesn't magically solve the problem either, because then what? We can't just sit on it and store it forever, because it'll explode or burn at some point anyway. So we burn it for energy, which produces more carbon, which heats things up, which accelerates the 'cycle of doom' too.

    There are no good options, just bad options and even worse options. Fracking is one of the bad options. Not fracking is an even worse option. Burning the oil and gas for energy is one of the bad options. Not burning it for energy still ends up with it burning, either where we store it or in the ground itself, but we get nothing for it, so that's one of the even worse options.

    All options lead to extinction. Some just take a little longer to get there.

  8. Well the Brits have noticed the increase in people burning over the last handful of years and are endeavoring to find out why it appears. Here's a little article that Hambone forwarded to me....

    I think I can probably write your comment on this article myself Jonny. Shall I? Lol...

    Re-reading it I paid more attention to how this skin cream can soak into clothing. Sounds kinda familiar don't it?

    (It still doesn't explain why the gentleman in London walking down a street spontaneously combusted this past early autumn in the middle of the day. He was nowhere near a flame or heat source to ignite skin cream. A few months later they were still baffled as to why he burned up to a crispy critter.)

  9. Yeah, one thing doesn't preclude the other, so I wouldn't doubt that people who coat themselves in flammable cream are at higher risk of burning to death. But people who get coated in methane or hydrogen sulfide are at risk too - actually, even more at risk, since they won't have any idea that they've become highly flammable. And the cream might help gases adsorb into the cream too, making the person super flammable.