Note: There were too many incidents to list here, this is only a sampling of what’s unfolding on a global level with the hydrogen sulfie/methane hydrate expulsion. There’s a growing list of unusual vehicular accidents and drop dead deaths taking place, highlighting the need to take precautions when possible. At the link below, on the JumpingJackFlashHypothesis website there’s a page for preventative measures to take to help yourself and loved ones prevent falling victim to the release of poisonous gas. Pleas share freely and remember, no fear…knowledge is EMPOWERMENT.
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: Animal Die-Offs
2013-04-16 – More than 400 pigs, 122 dogs, plus rats, cats, hedgehogs, and birds suddenly die in village in China:
Quote: “Dead dogs were reported to be piled on the sides of the streets, and residents said many of the surviving animals are ill. Numerous cats died, and even dead rats were found.”
Quote: “410 pigs died overnight, 122 dogs died for no reason, the birds fell down while they were flying, the hedgehogs just stopped crawling…”
Note: They are attempting to blame all of this on a nearby factory’s emissions, but the problem has gotten worse recently, in the last two years. That’s because hydrogen sulfide emissions from the oceans, lakes and seas are now getting bad, particularly in the last two years, along with methane emissions. This was a widespread mass mortality event affecting pretty much all species in that area, on the ground and in the sky. The residents themselves are sickening too. I highly suspect a fairly concentrated cloud of hydrogen sulfide blew through this village. (If it was VERY concentrated then all the people would be dead too, but eventually the clouds blowing around the planet WILL become that concentrated.) Their propoganda office says they tested for poison gases. Which ones? And when? After the cloud had blown through? And can you really trust information that comes from ‘propoganda’ organizations in any case?
The escalating hydrogen sulfide problem is surely why the U.S. government is working on ‘mass fatality’ legislation, so that peoples’ religious beliefs can be respected as pertains to burial and cremation and so on, after they die in mass HUMAN die-offs. This is why it might be wise for people to wake up, so that we might commit ourselves 100% – everybody on the planet – to building habitats that are independent of and protected from the atmosphere. The longer we wait to do so, the fewer that will survive. Every day that we delay now may cost us hundreds of thousands of lives, maybe millions.
2013-04-16 – Explosion hits street near office in Bangalore (India), vehicles damaged, 15 people injured:
2013-04-16 – Brush fire erupts near coastal Myrtle Beach (South Carolina), boats and storage shed destroyed, homes threatened:
Quote: “There were no evacuations and no injuries. S.C. 544 was closed in both directions while Horry County Fire Rescue, Murrells Inlet-Garden City Fire Resuce and the Surfside Beach Fire Department were on scene.”
Note: Right near the East Coast. It was just one month ago that another brush fire raged through that area and destroyed dozens of homes, as mentioned in the 2013-03-16 update. Seeing as I predicted we’d see lots of coastal fires, the fact that we’re seeing lots of coastal fires doesn’t exactly surprise me. It’s gonna get way worse too. We might even start seeing multiple explosions hitting coastal cities like, say, Boston. Ya never know!
2013-04-16 – Massive brush fire breaks out near coastal Sangster Airport in Montego Bay on the island of Jamaica:
Quote: “Several units from the St James Fire Department and the Sangster International Airport have now managed to bring under control, a massive bush fire near the runway at the airport.”
Note: Good job, mon!
2013-04-16 – Power station erupts in flame in Oakland Park (Florida), near the coast, thousands lose power:
Quote: “Thousands of homes, businesses and traffic signals were affected when a fire burned wiring at a Florida Power and Light substation in Oakland Park…”
Note: Was that wiring copper? Hah, of course it was. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper, and fires may break out that way without any other ignition source. Remember the dozens of utility poles igniting in Texas? All the underground electrical fires? The non-running vehicles bursting into flame? The Dreamliner battery fires? It’s all this same problem…
2013-04-16 – Underground electrical fire blows manhole off in Albany (New York), fourth time in seven months:
Note: Well, don’t feel too bad, Albany. Underground fires are hitting lots of cities, not just there…
2013-04-16 – Huge fire destroys three large transformers at hydropower plant in Hetaunda (Nepal):
Quote: “A massive fire broke out in the Kulekhani Hydropower Project-II in Makawanpur district on Tuesday midnight, destroying three transformers worth Rs 330 million.”
2013-04-16 – Massive blaze erupts at 10-story NYPD academy under construction in coastal Queens (New York):
Quote: “No one was injured, according to police, who said the floor that caught fire contained only construction debris.”
Note: Construction debris sounds like it’d include wood, which is an absorbent flammable material. Also, since this place is under construction, it’s far more open to hydrogen sulfide and methane blowing through the atmosphere than a completed and well-insulated building…
2013-04-16 – Cabin cruiser boat bursts into flame at Mayfair Boat Yard and Marina on Kelleys Pond in South Dennis (Massachusetts):
Quote: “A fire at a dock at Mayfair Boat Yard and Marina at 4:15 this morning on Kelleys Pond destroyed a 37-foot cabin cruiser…”
Note: Wee hours again. That’s when the atmosphere cools and contracts and will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide floating above closer to the ground. That doesn’t mean you’re immune during other parts of the day; it just means that this is the most dangerous time of the day in terms of being hit by fires, explosions and poisonous hydrogen sulfide…
2013-04-16 – Recreational fishing boat bursts into flame while dry-docked in coastal Freeport (Texas):
Quote: “50-foot recreational fishing boat is considered total loss.”
Note: Right next to the Gulf of Mexico and its dead zones, which are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now, which is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper like that found near the batteries on boats and other vehicles…
2013-04-16 – Eight cars burn at car park in coastal Newport (Britain):
Note: Months ago I said we’d eventually see lots of vehicles going up in flames in parking lots and car parks. From the events in the last month, we have now entered that stage. Since the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem is the type of problem that continues to escalate with increasing force, this problem with vehicles burning up will also continue to escalate. This is why I’ve been recommending you not park your vehicle next to other vehicles too; this fire began with one vehicle and the fire then spread to seven others…
2013-04-16 – Fire tears through garage and two townhouses
San Jose (California):
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2013/04/17/garage-fire-damages-2-san-jose-townhouses/Note: Fire started in the garage. They don’t mention whether or not any vehicles were in it…
2013-04-16 – Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Knottingley (Britain), separate accident happens too:
Quote: “The two incidents were not linked and were completely separate.”
Note: Well, not COMPLETELY separate. Same area, same time…same atmosphere. So if a flammable poisonous gas were blowing through there, like, say, hydrogen sulfide, it might cause a fire AND an accident, and they actually would be linked, though not by anything visible. Just sayin’…
2013-04-16 – Unoccupied home destroyed by fire on Withrows Creek Lane near Steele (North Carolina):
Note: By ‘unoccupied’ I mean the building is inhabited if a home or in use if a business, but nobody was there at the time for whatever reason. If the building is completely unused then I use the term ‘vacant’. The homeowners in this case were out of town…
2013-04-16 – Home damaged by fire in coastal Bayview area of San Francisco (California):
2013-04-16 – Vacant home burns in Canton (Ohio):
2013-04-16 – Vacant duplex burns for fourth time in Dayton (Ohio), third time in recent months:
Note: Vacant structures are inherently more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. Simply putting out a fire does nothing to address their vulnerabilities. They probably become MORE vulnerable after each fire, so they are apt to burn over and over until there is nothing left that CAN burn…
2013-04-16 – Killer bees attack and kill 4-year-old child, injure others, at home in Little Belize (Belize):
Quote: “…when I opened his mouth and I saw through the nose, there were lots of bees coming out from the nose and the mouth.”
2013-04-16 – Sinkhole opens up on Old Canal Street in Antiquity, Cornelius (North Carolina):
Quote: “Tyler Beardsley of the Cornelius town manager’s office said workers weren’t able to find any obvious reason why the earth collapsed…”
2013-04-16 – HazMat event at business in Caledonia (Michigan), 12 hospitalized, more sickened, cause unknown:
2013-04-16 – Little girl’s heart stops at home in Jersey City (New Jersey), firefighters rush her to hospital, heart starts beating:
Note: Could be some hydrogen sulfide got in that home, stopped her heart. Then when they took her OUT of the home, she regained her pulse. Jersey City is surrounded by bodies of water and is near the East Coast too…
2013-04-16 – Passenger bus crashes into cliff
, bursts into flame
, in the French Alps after brakes fail
, 1 killed, 29 injured:
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/alps-crash-driver-killed-coach-1835710Quote: “A Brit coach driver died saving 52 passengers by steering his runaway bus into a CLIFF to avoid a 1,000ft ravine.”
Note: He was also trying to save himself of course, since if they’d gone into that ravine then they ALL would have died. Still, good thinking, and though it didn’t work well enough to save him, everyone else on that bus owes him their life. And again, brake failure, on a massive vehicle. This is happening more and more. As hydrogen sulfide permeates our atmosphere, tires are absorbing some into their rubber. Brake pads may absorb some too. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction generates more heat than normal (since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot), and then bad things happen: brakes burn out or flat-out ignite, tires ignite or explode, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This problem hits massive vehicles the most – like buses, tractor trailers, tanker trucks, etc – because they require more brake-friction to slow and they also often have more tires. Obviously, this problem is already costing people their lives and it is sure to get much worse…