Los Angeles Methane Leak, Planetary Impact, Doctors say get out of area now. http://www.ENENEWS.Com. Residents have suffered symptoms that include “nausea, abdominal discomfort, dizziness, light-headedness, some shortness of breath … even some nosebleeds,” said medical toxicologist Cyrus Rangan of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health… scientists are monitoring levels of benzene, a known cancer-causing agent… “We want to be sure that we are monitoring every single day because we’ve got a lot of ever-changing environmental conditions up there… so we’re not exactly sure what tomorrow’s benzene levels are going to be unless we check for it,” he said.

Unstoppable California Gas Leak Being Called Worst Catastrophe Since BP Spill

9290351154_ccfeb429df_oBy Claire Bernish

Methane gas continues spewing, unchecked, into the air over southern California from a fractured well to an underground storage site — at such an alarming rate that low-flying planes have necessarily been diverted by the FAA, lest internal combustion engines meet highly volatile gas and, well, blow the entire area to hell.  

This is, indeed, the biggest environmental catastrophe since the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010; and for now, there is no way to stop it.

This methane disaster is worse than can be sufficiently described in words, because while it’s estimated well over 100,000 pounds of methane spew into the atmosphere every hour, the leak can’t be halted, at least until spring. Even then, that stoppage depends entirely on the efficacy of a proposed fix — which remains a dubiously open question.

According to the California Air Resources Board, methane — a greenhouse gas 72 times more impactful in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide — has been escaping from the Aliso Canyon site with force equivalent “to a volcanic eruption” for about two months now. So far, the total leaked gas measures somewhere around 100,000 tons — adding “approximately one-quarter to the regular statewide methane emissions” during that same time frame.

“The relative magnitude of emissions from the leak compared to other sources of methane in the State underscores the urgency of stopping the gas leak. This comes on top of any problems caused by odor and any potential impacts from exposure,” states the initial report on the Aliso leak by air quality officials.

“The enormity of the Aliso Canyon gas leak cannot be overstated. Gas is escaping through a ruptured pipe more than 8,000 feet underground, and it shows no signs of stopping. As the pressure from the weight on top of the pipe causes the gas to diffuse, it only continues to dissipate across a wider and wider area,” explained Erin Brockovich, who spent time in nearby Porter Ranch investigating the leak.

Officials and experts are concerned, and they can’t recall another leak of this magnitude in decades — if ever. “I asked this question of our staff of 30 years,” said Steve Bohlen, who recently left his position as state supervisor of oil and gas. “This is unique in the last three or four decades. This is an unusual event, period.”

Though methane, itself, has no odor, the addition of odorants methyl mercaptan and tetrahydrothiophene — a safety measure to alert people by smell to the presence of natural gas — has made the enormous methane seepage impossible to ignore. Thousands of households have evacuated the area, despite little help, much less information, from the gas company about when they might be able to return. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, SoCalGas spokesperson Michael Mizrahi claimed the company had paid to relocate and house 2,092 households — but that effort is severely lacking, says Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer.

Yesterday, the city attorney’s office sought a restraining order to mandate SoCalGas relocate residents in the affected area within 48 hours of their request; and it is also seeking a “special master” to oversee the entire relocation operation, which is currently being handled by the gas company. Not only does the present relocation lack speed and coordination, but a housing crunch has resulted in surrounding areas — in some cases landlords, who prefer year-long leases to shorter terms, have driven rent as high as $8,500 per month. Hotels are operating at capacity, and in “some of those hotel rooms there are not enough beds for the people who are being moved,” explained chief deputy to the city attorney, James P. Clark.

“It’s time Porter Ranch residents had direct and complete answers about all facets of this leak,” Clark continued, “including what caused it, how to stop it, and what will be done to assure it never happens again. They should receive better, quicker, and completely adequate relocation assistance.”

On Thursday, Los Angeles Unified School District board members voted unanimously to close two Porter Ranch schools and relocate their 1,900 students and staff to different locations for the foreseeable future. A local emergency has been declared by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

Multiple lawsuits have now been initiated against SoCalGas and/or its parent company, Sempra Energy. A Los Angeles firm representing three of the families, who filed their suit Friday, described in a statement that the well has been “leaking noxious odors, hazardous gases, chemicals, pollutants, and contaminants due to a massive well failure and blowout. However, SoCalGas failed to inform residents of neighboring communities of the disastrous gas leak in a timely manner, putting the health and well-being of thousands of families in jeopardy.” Those suits allege “negligence, strict liability of ultra-hazardous activity, private nuisance, inverse condemnation, and trespass.”

A class-action lawsuit has also been filed on behalf of the Save Porter Ranch group; and City Attorney Mike Feuer filed a civil suit earlier this month due to the leak’s continued threat to residents’ health and damage to the environment, alleging failure by SoCalGas to prevent the leak and further exacerbation of “the effects of that failure by allowing the acute odor and health problems faced by the community to persist for more than one month, to say nothing about the indefinite time it will persist into the future,” state the court documents. “No community should have to endure what the residents of Porter Ranch have suffered from the gas company’s continued failure to stop that leak,” Feuer stated.

SoCalGas insists there will be no long-term health effects resulting from the persistent leak; but as Brockovich pointed out, “no one really knows the potential long-term side effects of benzene and radon, the carcinogens that are commonly found in natural gas.” In an email to the Los Angeles Daily News, SoCalGas stated they were “providing air filters for people’s homes” and “have established a claims process for those who feel they may have suffered harm or injury. And our top priority remains stopping this leak as quickly and safely as possible.

While the odor added to the leaking gas can cause symptoms for some, the gas is not toxic and county health officials have said the leak does not pose a long-term health risk.

But what’s making this massive leak so difficult to stop pertains to the storage ‘container,’ itself. “We have the largest natural gas storage system in the world,” boasts Chris McGill, vice president of the American Gas Association. In the United States, old underground oil fields are often put to use as storage vessels for natural gas — because, hey, that geology worked just fine to hold oil for millions of years, so why not natural gas?

In fact, there are some 300 such depleted subterranean oil fields being employed this way around the United States. Aliso Canyon, a natural gas storage site since the 1970s, has one of the largest capacities: 86 billion cubic feet. During the summer, gas earmarked for winter heating is pumped into these underground cavities by SoCalGas — and the process is reversed with the turn of the seasons. However, this year, workers encountered what quickly became evident was anything but a typical hiccup. As Wired reported:

On October 23, workers noticed the leak at a 40-year-old well in Aliso Canyon. Small leaks are routine, says Bohlen, and SoCalGas did what it routinely does: put fluid down the well to stop the leak and tinker with the well head. It didn’t work. The company tried it five more times, and the gas kept leaking. At this point, it was clear the leak was far from routine, and the problem was deeper underground.

Beginning December 4th, SoCalGas crews began drilling a relief well to intercept the fissured pipe. Cement will then be poured into both to seal the wells permanently. Of course, for this to work, crews must locate that original pipe, which is a mere seven inches in diameter, thousands of feet underground — without accidentally creating any sparks, whatsoever. Work near the leak site, therefore, has been prohibited after nightfall, when lighting equipment could potentially cause such a spark; though drilling for the relief well is situated far enough away to continue nonstop.

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Flaring, or setting a deliberate fire to burn off excess gas, simply isn’t an option. The mammoth scope of this leak means a flare would ultimately complicate matters even further.

“There is no stone being left unturned to get this well closed,” Bohlen stated. “It’s our top priority.”

In the meantime, it will be months without any possibility of halting this disaster-in-motion. Sickened, uprooted, and furious residents can rest assured, though, because even as methane spews nonstop into the air, SoCalGas did have this consolation:

We are deeply sorry for the frustration.

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12/19/2015 — California Alert — Methane Eruption at FRACKING operation – Climate Consequences ~ Dutchsinse

Massive 600ft long sinkhole swallows 15 cars as diners watch in horror

Note: From my observations, “a series of ‘booms'” sounds like deep underground methane explosions.

More news at Mary Greeley News

SOTT Earth Changes Summary – September 2015: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs

It’s also very important at this time, to stay well grounded to the Earth Mother. Make it part of your daily routine send out feelings of love, gratitude, praise, calmness, peace, serenity and conscious evolution to the planetary collective of nature spirits, elementals, ancestral spirits and human souls.
We are the ONES Gaia has been waiting for, let’s get busy holding sacred space for Earth changes to manifest as safely as possible for all living BEings.
All my love, blessings and aloha! Annette
Comment: Please note that due to planetary/climate chaos increasing month by month, we can only show a limited selection of global events. Considering that these ‘localized’ events, multiplied many times over, are occurring simultaneously all over the planet, the scale of destruction and impact on people’s lives becomes almost unimaginable.



No matter the season or ‘normal’ climate, these days vehicles, homes and people are being washed away in deluges – the world over – on a regular basis. Forget “one month’s average rainfall falling within hours” – last month, TWO MONTHS’ average rainfall fell within a day and turned parts of southern Japan into inland seas. In the US, Utah experienced its worst ever flash-flooding, and the entire Eastern Seaboard was soaked with up to a foot of rain. This month, we also have clips of deluges in Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Norway, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Sierra Leone, and New Zealand.

Violent volcanic eruptions in Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Indonesia foreshadowed a massive 8.3 magnitude earthquake off Chile, which sent a 4.5 meter tsunami crashing into the coast and causing widespread damage. Hailstones the size of footballs fell in Naples, Italy. Brisbane, Australia, was buried in up to 4 inches (8cm) of hail, while a gigantic hole opened up on a nearby beach and swallowed a campsite. The rate of meteor fireball sightings continues to increase; in September there were spectacular sightings over Bangkok and Los Angeles.



Wildfires continue burning up much of California, which last month saw its ‘third-largest’ wildfire in history as whole towns were consumed and tens of thousands of residents were forced to flee. The other major outbreak of wildfires on the planet in September occurred in Indonesia, from where a smoky haze enveloped much of southeast Asia for the second time in three years. ‘Slash-and-burn’ farming is being blamed, but the fires occur in peatlands that release lots of methane, leaving us wondering if the primary fuel source for these fires is coming up from below.

Extreme weather also hit the Middle East, which was engulfed in an ‘unprecedented’ sandstorm that stretched from Iraq to Cyprus and south to Saudi Arabia. A tragic and incredibly symbolic event occurred in the heart of Islam’s ‘holy city’ on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, when a powerful and unusual thunderstorm descended on Mecca and winds blew a large construction crane belonging to Bin Laden Construction onto the Grand Mosque. 111 people were killed and hundreds more injured.

These were the signs of the times in September 2015…

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Unusual Animal Attacks and the Global Gaseous Expulsion Event

Note: These links are from, which has been covering the global gaseous expulsion since at least 2011 when I found this research. Over the last several months I’ve observed a marked increase in incidents under ALL category’s. I highly suggest reading thru the about page to learn more about the hazardous effects of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) and how to protect your family, home, vehicles and yourself from this silent, but deadly killer.

It is my opinion that some of the chemical and ammunition plant explosions which have been labeled “terrorist induced” or “acts of war”, are actually caused by H2S ignition. Although, after closer examination of the Tianjin plant explosion, the explosion appeared to be nuclear or some form of high tech, tungsten based space weaponry. That aside, it doesn’t take a stretch of the imagination to assume these explosions will most likely be used by the PTW as a cover to strike fear in the public, blaming naturally occurring events on the “boogeyman du jour” as carrying out acts of war, or terrorist attacks on innocent populations- or, whatever meme fits the current geopolitical agenda.

Also, in addition to affects caused by severe drought and lightning strikes,  the “global” wildfires burning out of control are likely being spawned and/or fueled by either H2S, or methane. Hence, making a bad situation even worse.

In the last two weeks two drivers have been found dead at the wheel here on the Big Island alone, the only mention in Coroner Reports say the accidents were caused by “medical conditions”, we get the usual “there’s nothing to see here folks, move on….” Multiple deaths and corpses in low lying areas have seen a marked increase this year, as well as all the other categories listed.

Another point of concern for frequent flyers are the expanding rate of plane crashes and emergency landings, both are on the increase because H2S creates chemical reactions in hydraulic and engine systems causing hydraulic brake failures, and other mechanical breakdowns. Add to that the Wigner Effect, where radiation from Fukushima is causing metal fatigue and hydraulic problems, we’re likely to see more and more plane crashes as these conditions are worsening at an exponential rate.

Please keep in mind, this information is NOT meant to induce fear – it’s meant to empower thru the gift of knowledge and preparedness. The author gives readers preventative measures and solutions to help us be aware and protect our “reality bubble” from it’s affects, as much as possible.

Always remember:

“The Will of God cannot take us,

Where the Grace of God cannot keep us….”

Hold strong in your faith in the Holy Spirit thru Christ consciousness, be aware and stay grounded to Pachamama as we move thru Earth changes and a dimensional shift which is gaining momentum with the incoming Higher frequency’s.

Much love and aloha to all!


aka AscendingStarseed


Animal Attacks, September 21, 2015

2015-09-21 – Swarm of bees attacks and kills two children, injures three more, near river in Chhattisgarh (India):

Quote: “The victims were near the Bamhani river on the outskirts of the village when the bees attacked them, leaving the two-and-half years old Shankar Pando dead on the spot. The other four managed to reach the village and were taken to a local community health centre. Shankar’s sister Rajni died during the treatment, Kispotta said. “

2015-09-21 – Cougar attacks toddler, dad punches cougar away, on coastal Vancouver Island (Canada):

2015-09-21 – Thousands of jellyfish invade beaches and sting swimmers in Russia:

Unexplained explosion on Rhode Island beach knocks beachgoer to the ground; ‘sand was flying up into the air like a volcanic eruption’ {Methane?}

No evidence of an explosive device found



A Rhode Island beach reopened Sunday, a day after investigators concluded there was no public threat after an unexplained explosion blast knocked a beachgoer to the ground.

Salty Brine State Beach in Narragansett was open again to beachgoers, but there was no new information on the cause of the incident, state Department of Environmental Management spokeswoman Rayna Maguire said Sunday. She said the state fire marshal’s office is continuing the investigation.

A witness reported hearing the loud noise and seeing the woman get knocked over on Saturday morning.

“We heard a loud explosion. We looked up and sand was flying up into the air like a volcanic eruption,” said Stacey Beal, who witnessed the incident. “We saw a woman who was sitting in her chair get pushed about five feet up and land face first into the sand.”

Lori Russell, of Dedham, is a nurse and was vacationing at the beach when the woman was injured. She rushed to help the woman in the moments after the incident.

“She was alert, talking,” Russell said. “She was in pain. She couldn’t really tell us what hurt because she was shaken very badly.”

Officials said the woman is expected to recover. No other injuries were reported from the incident.

The incident occurred between high and low tide, so heavy equipment was used to dig up wet sand in order to preserve evidence.

“The investigation included physical searches, K-9 searches and numerous interviews that corroborated initial reports of a loud bang. However, no evidence indicated any type of an explosive device,” said Colonel Steven G. O’Donnell of the Rhode Island State Police.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was assisting local authorities with the investigation.

Rhode Island Environmental Police Acting Chief Kurt Blanchard said the cause of the boom remains under investigation.

“This could be natural, it could be man-made. At this point, it’s still under investigation,” said Blanchard

Officials said Salty Brine beach will reopen Sunday.
Note: Sounds like a methane explosion, which is something local officials are likely cover-up. Heck, it’s mid-summer peak tourist season, want lets not scare away the tourist money.
Business as usual “Nothing to see here folks, keep moving…”

Breaking: Scores Injured in Massive Taiwan Water Park Explosion

Ed Note: When I saw this story I immediately visited to see if this story was posted and could be related to Earth’s ever increasing methane/hydrogen sulfide expulsion. But unfortunately no stories from June 27th were published yet. Yet, peruing thru the events that took place on June 26th listed under “Fires and Explosions” it’s not hard to surmise Taiwan’s water park explosion was ignited by natural causes.

Yet I find it quite interesting how the fire is barely extinguished and reporters are claiming the explosion was linked to a “white powder”- when there’s absolutely been no time to carry-out an official investigation.

FYI…I’ve been following the above website since 2012. Over the last three years I’ve witnessed an exponential increase in the number of events listed under all categories and from my observations,  this appears to the number one threat to life on earth “as we know it” because isn’t linked to specific areas and regions of the world.

The frozen Methane/Hydrogen Sulfide gaseous glaciers have been part of the earths substrata for millions of years, at this time they’re melting faster at an exponential  rate as ice turns to slush, and slush to liquid gas. Hydrogen Sulfide which is heaviest than H2O, rises to the surface and lays over the surface of low lying areas and waterways, snuffing out every living thing it comes into contact with. Hence, mass fish kills are linked to H2O expulsions in lakebed’s, ocean’s and rivers.  . Methane is lighter than H20 and rises into the atmosphere, which has been suspected of causing mass bird kills, is depleting the Ozone layer and creating climate change feedback loops which are escalating out of control…as humans attempt to mitigate problems created by man, with chemtrails and other geoengineering schemes.

There’s also a concerted effort by “the system” to suppress the earths gaseous expulsion phenomenon. Besides the fact you see very little information or fear mongering on this subject and the writer of the blog and his links have been banned from God Like Productions forum. I’ve also had to re-post several articles under the Earth Changes “Methane Hydrate” category several times over the last couple years.

Obviously officials at the highest levels are aware of these hazardous threats, but it’s difficult to determine if local authorities are aware of this very serious problem…yet.

Whenever an event or explosion occurs officials are quick to give the public a suspected cause, then they move forward with little or no follow-up on the results of the investigation “Keep moving folks, nothing to see here…”. Which begs the question: Are local officials just as unaware as the general public, or is there a concerted effort by civil engineers at the grass roots level to keep this knowledge suppressed to prevent fear and panic, when they should be making the public aware of the dangers and preventative measures which could save lives and property. I seriously doubt news reporters or meteorologists have a clue since they’re given scripts to read and the information they’re exposed to in relation to planetary changes and conditions is highly controlled.

Knowing what we’ve learned about the Wigner Effect caused by radiation leaking from Fukushima which causes metal fatigue and problems with hydraulics (brakes), combined with threats of explosions and also problems with hydraulics presented by the hydrogen sulfide expulsion; the public would be well advised to keep your distance from amusement park rides, water parks and take preventative measures to avoid hazardous conditions. Below are links with basic information on Earths gaseous expulsion phenomenon, what to look for and how you can mitigate the potential problems before they arise.

What is happening

Information Links

FAQ’s Preventative Measures

Hope this information helps and is of service to everyone who reads this…

Much love, blessings and aloha to all! {~A~}


Published on Jun 27, 2015

More than 200 people were injured — scores of them seriously — after flammable powder apparently exploded in midair at a recreational water park in Taiwan, the East Asian nation’s official Central News Agency reported.……

South Louisiana Street Explosions – Bubbling Water from Ground & Sidewalks – Explosive Methane Gas?

Published on May 30, 2013

Southeast Louisiana Street Explosions High Pressure Bubbling Water from Ground & Sidewalks Explosive Methane Gas Kenner New Orleans Louisiana Sink Hole Louisiana Sinkhole Highway 70 Bayou Corne Assumption Parish Texas Brine Gulf of Mexico BP Bayou Corne Oil and Gas Sinkhole Powerful Underground Force Seismic Activity Salt Dome DNR Pierre Part Highly Pressurized Methane Gas Methane Eruption Fracturing Methane Gas Bubbles EPA Homeland Security

Gas Tanker Explosion Kills At Least 22 Near Mexico City

Note: The sheer volume of destruction may be indicative of a hydrogen sulfide cloud which the tractor trailer may have moved through, igniting this deadly explosion. H2S is highly reactive with exposed copper wiring and rubber tires, explosions just like this are happening more frequently than ever before. See jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogspot,.com for details on a growing list of explosive events occurring globally. My concern is that authorities will take advantage of this situation to blame explosions on domestic terrorism as a way to further the police state vs informing the public on preventative measures.
2013 05 08

By Dave Graham and Lizbeth Diaz | Reuters

A gas tanker truck exploded on a highway north of Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 22 people and injuring more than 30 as a fireball tore through cars and homes.

Pablo Bedolla, mayor of the Mexico City suburb of Ecatepec, said 22 people died in the blast that engulfed early morning traffic. Television footage showed burned-out vehicles and debris strewn all over the highway on the edge of the capital.

Local media reported that at least 10 of those killed were children.

“It was a ball of fire which exploded as though they’d put a spotlight in the whole window,” resident Carlos Gonzalez Silva told Mexican radio. “We opened the door and it was like fire had blown through the whole of the garden.”

Bedolla said the blast had injured more than 30 people and damaged 45. Emergency services in the State of Mexico, which abuts the capital, said 16 vehicles were hit by the explosion.


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BREAKING NEWS: Fuel Barges Explode on Mobile River

Hydrogen Sulfide…it happened on a river?? These events are happening way ton often for coincidence and from the way things are shaping up,  authorities will begin using the hydrogen sulfide related incidents as a scapegoat, blaming the explosions on domestic terrorism to further the police state. Time to wake-up….please share freely, thank you!

Published on Apr 25, 2013

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BREAKING NEWS: Fuel barges explode on Mobile River….

Source Credit: WALA TV
Article Link:…

Video credit: Fox 10 News
(plse see video w/audio at website….I’m unable to play it entirely, due to copyright issues)


Hydrogen Sulfide / Methane Hydrate Release: UPDATE

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.

Full Hypothesis

Summary of Hypothesis
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.
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

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:,0,3867774.story

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 in coastal San Jose (California): 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…

Animal Attacks

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: “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


TV: Gas pipeline fire out of control in Louisiana bayou — 19 miles long with fuel still inside — Could burn for days (VIDEO)

Published: March 13th, 2013 at 3:18 pm ET

WGNO (h/t Anonymous tip): It happened just before 7 o’clock Tuesday evening about two miles from the C & M Marina. Authorities say a tug boat first caught fire, then the fire spread to the barge.

WGNO: A tug boat is on fire after emergency responders believe it struck a fuel line in Bayou Perot near Lafitte Harbor. […]  Jefferson Parish Councilman Chris Roberts tells WGNO News that the barge is on fire, and a representative from the U.S. Coast Guard says the fire is burning out of control.

Source: U.S. Coast Guard

Associated Press: There was still liquid petroleum gas in the 19-mile pipeline and authorities were waiting for it to burn out, Coast Guard Petty Officer Alex Washington said.

Associated Press, 2:45p ET: The Coast Guard says it will likely take until Thursday or later for a pipeline fire in Louisiana to burn itself out. Capt. Jonathan Burton said the barge was carrying 92,000 gallons of oil, but none was believed to be leaking. He said a sheen, which could be from diesel fuel, was spotted in Bayou Perot about 30 miles south of New Orleans. Four people aboard the tugboat were injured, one severely. Smoke rising from the site was visible Wednesday from downtown New Orleans. […]

Watch the WGNO broadcast here


Massive gas blast in downtown Kansas City — Gruesome injuries reported — Up to 3 explosions (VIDEO)

This is becoming serious my friends, we’re seeing explosive events almost weekly now. Please go to to learn more about fires, explosions, reports of people “dropping dead”, mass wildlife kills, unusual vehicular accidents and more on the subject of the possible cause for the increase in explosive events. In many of these cases we never hear the “official cause”, only that the cause will be investigated. Media rarely follows-up with reports after the investigation has been conducted.

Apparently there were reports of gas smell before the explosion, but that doesn’t explain where the gas came from. If it was a pipe that broke, how did the pipe break? Is geological shifting the problem? The shadow biosphere is coming alive and as it happens, we’re seeing an increase in this type of event and it’s only a matter of time before they have to address the problem. See Dane Wigington’s interviews in the archives, I posted one two days ago titled “The most important topic for 2013” which is a must hear, must share interview to help wake people up to the urgent nature of the global methane expulsion event and what we can do in an attempt to mitigate the causes…if anything.

Published: February 19th, 2013 at 9:47 pm ET

UPDATE HERE: One of top restaurants in Midwest “just completely gone” — Firefighters searching rubble for victims (VIDEO)

NBC News, 8:50p ET: At least 11 people were seriously injured […] Tuesday evening in an upscale business and shopping district of Kansas City, Mo., authorities told NBC News. Kansas City police said the explosion occurred about 6 p.m. (7 p.m. ET) outside JJ’s Restaurant in Country Club Plaza downtown. Enormous flames tore into the night sky outside the restaurant, which was at the center of the fire and was destroyed, NBC station KSHB of Kansas City reported. Fire officials told NBC News that a secondary explosion occurred shortly afterward. […]

Kansas City Star, 9:22p ET: At least 15 people are being treated at area hospitals, several in critical condition […] There may have been two or even three explosions. A contractor working on a reported gas leak outside JJ’s said there was a small explosion outside the restaurant […] Then there was a larger explosion. The worker did not think everybody got out of the restaurant. […] A Star reporter a block north of the scene saw a man with a blood-covered face being wheeled away on a gurney. There are other gurneys outside an apartment to the north […] He said crews were spreading tarps on the street in possible anticipation of casualties. A woman who lives in an apartment across Belleview Avenue from JJ’s said she has seen a lot of injured people being wheeled on stretchers, one man with a leg that appeared to be almost severed. She also saw people bleeding from the ears, perhaps from the explosion. […]

Watch ongoing live coverage of the explosion here


Nuked Radio #89 Early2it: Sea Foam, Snow Rollers, and Geological Uptick EXPLAINED

Published on Jan 31, 2013

Episode 89 air date January 29, 2013

Early2it returns for a fabulous update on recent anomalies and geological escalation occurring around the world from melting methane hydrates.

Huge new slick from Mercondo Well:…

New Madrid Shakeout is scheduled for February 7, 2013:

SOTT: The Real Consequences of an Ocean Floor Collapse:…

“Booms and Shakes” thread mentioned during show by Bending Light from GLP:

Video of above thread by The United Knowledge:


National Geographic: Naked Science – Killer Lakes

Uploaded on Jun 3, 2011

National Geographic: Naked Science – Killer Lakes: Since the death of 1,700 people near Lake Nyos in Africa, scientists have uncovered a terrifying series of hazards in lakes across the world.

Update on Global Hydrogen Sulfide and Methane Gas Release

Note: Forget your grievances with Obama, corporate control, gun control issues and war with Iran, in this editors opinion the biggest issue confronting humanity is the global release of toxic gases that appear to be building up in the environment. As these gases exponentially accumulate they’re creating a VERY long, DAILY list of mysterious fires/explosions, people dropping dead in low lying areas, neurological damage, mass animal and marine die-offs and more.

The list below is just one day of combined events. In my opinion, the only way to protect yourself is by avoiding low lying areas, getting your spiritual house in order, learning how to “protect and shield” yourself with Light energy and paying close attention to your instincts. If that little voice inside tells you to “go the other way”, “get out now” or “move fast”…whatever the prompting may be, don’t think twice ~ follow it.  Also remember, harbor no fear because there is no death and we’re always where we’re supposed to be.

Event Update For 2013-01-10

Link to full hypothesis:

Summary of Hypothesis:
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.

Recent Events Matching Predictions:

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.

2013-01-10 – Massive blaze destroys 24 apartments at complex on Chapel Creek in Dallas (Texas), about 70 people now homeless:

2013-01-10 – Boat bursts into flame while docked at Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast (Australia):

2013-01-10 – Tanker truck bursts into flame in Marietta (Ohio):

2013-01-10 – Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Henry County (Georgia):

2013-01-10 – Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 99 near downtown Ceres (California):

2013-01-10 – Semi bursts into flame at truck stop in East Missoula (Montana):

2013-01-10 – School bus bursts into flame on State Highway 70 near Mercer Lake Road (Wisconsin):

2013-01-10 – Passenger bus bursts into flame on the Ortigas Avenue Extension in coastal Manila in the Philippine Islands:

2013-01-10 – U-Haul moving truck bursts into flame on street in Nashville (Tennessee):

2013-01-10 – Van bursts into flame then crashes into tree near coastal Melbourne (Florida), unconscious driver rescued by cop:

2013-01-10 – Van bursts into flame in Colorado Springs (Colorado):

2013-01-10 – SUV bursts into flame on the Hume Highway near Carrick (Australia):

2013-01-10 – SUV bursts into flame on Route 6 in Harwich (Massachusetts):

2013-01-10 – SUV bursts into flame on State Highway 1 near coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2013-01-10 – Pickup truck bursts into flame in parking lot in Cornwall, Ontario (Canada):

2013-01-10 – Pickup truck bursts into flame inside the Burnley Tunnel in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

2013-01-10 – Pickup truck bursts into flame in Midland City (Alabama):

2013-01-10 – In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame in Plymouth (Britain):

2013-01-10 – Car bursts into flame inside garage at home near Byron (Wisconsin):

2013-01-10 – Car bursts into flame at intersection in Farmingdale (New York):

2013-01-10 – Car bursts into flame on I-5 near Capitol Highway in Portland (Oregon):

2013-01-10 – Car bursts into flame on Highway 101 near Highway 169 in Shakopee (Minnesota):

2013-01-10 – Car bursts into flame on Highway 100 near Cedar Lake Road exit in St. Louis Park (Minnesota):

2013-01-10 – Car bursts into flame in auto body shop parking lot in Douglassville (Pennsylvania):

2013-01-10 – Vehicle bursts into flame on I-95 near Cyress Creek Road (Florida):,0,6346509.story

2013-01-10 – Pickup truck and garage hit by fire in Roanoke County (Virginia):

Quote: “The fire marshal is investigating, and is unsure whether the fire originated in the garage or in the truck that was parked nearby.”

2013-01-10 – Pickup truck and storage barn destroyed by fire in Berlin (Vermont):

Quote: “Lockerby said he’s not sure how it happened, but he is sure what he saw when he spotted the fire that was reported moments before noon. ‘The ground was on fire,’ he said.”

2013-01-10 – Auto workshop catches fire in Forsythe County (Georgia):

2013-01-10 – Barn destroyed by fire in Burrillville (Rhode Island), home damaged too:

2013-01-10 – Barn destroyed by fire near Clinton Lake (Kansas):

2013-01-10 – Sawmill erupts in fire in Clark County (Missouri):

2013-01-10 – Fire and explosions damage chemical plant in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2013-01-10 – Explosion and fire damage school in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):

Quote: “Residents described thick black smoke and flames shooting out of the roof and one couple said they heard an explosion.”

2013-01-10 – Wildfires destroy at least four homes in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):

Note: Christchurch lookin’ pretty burny there…

2013-01-10 – Large pile of wood chips bursts into flame at landfill in Dubuque (Iowa):

Quote: “The pile is about a quarter mile from other parts of the landfill, with a creek in between.”

Note: Wood is absorbent and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That creek is a low-lying area where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will accumulate when the wind isn’t blowing it onward and from where it will blow when the wind picks up…

2013-01-10 – Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Saukville (Wisconsin):

2013-01-10 – Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Delaware Township (New Jersey):

2013-01-10 – Fire tears through hotel in coastal Olongapo, a resort city in the Philippine Islands, 7 killed:

Note: The dead were three Americans, three Filipinos and a South Korean.

2013-01-10 – Massive fire rips through condo complex in coastal Kill Devil Hills (North Carolina), on the Outer Banks:

Note: There are thousands of square miles of methane hydrate deposits destabilizing and releasing flammable methane off the US East Coast now…

2013-01-10 – Fire breaks out at home in coastal Rehoboth Beach (New Jersey), right on the East Coast:

2013-01-10 – Explosion and fire send families fleeing from duplex in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-01-10 – Two vacant buildings burn in San Jacinto (California) in Riverside County:

2013-01-10 – Vacant building burns in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

2013-01-10 – Vacant home destroyed by fire in Bel Ridge (Missouri):

Quote: “Investigators and neighbors say the fire early Thursday in the 3900 block of Lada Avenue is the second vacant home to burn in less than a week.”

2013-01-10 – Vacant building burns in Troy (New York):

2013-01-10 – Vacant building destroyed by fire in Mount Eden (Kentucky), 2 nearby buildings damaged:

B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.

2013-01-10 – Dozens of pigs mysteriously die in the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispaniola:

D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.

2013-01-10 – Missing woman, 53, found dead near the Guadalupe River off Water Street in Kerrville (Texas):

2013-01-10 – Missing boy, 6, found dead in Vaalharts Canal in Magogong Village near Taung (South Africa):

2013-01-10 – Man found dead near Walnut Creek Pavilion in Raleigh (North Carolina):

2013-01-10 – Body washes ashore from Boston Harbor in coastal Winthrop (Massachusetts):

2013-01-10 – Man found dead in river near Arklow Harbour in County Wicklow (Ireland):

2013-01-10 – Man, 48, drops dead in hay barn in Sumner County (Kansas):

2013-01-10 – Man drops dead on Jonah Tillman Road in Moultrie (Georgia):

2013-01-10 – Man, 25, falls unconscious and dies at home in Armonk (New York):

2013-01-10 – Woman drops dead in home in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:–186410871.html

2013-01-10 – Man, 51, found dead in the Milwaukee River in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2013-01-10 – Body found near the Great Swamp Trail in Harding Township (New Jersey):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2013-01-10 – Small plane crashes on the Western Cape (South Africa), 2 killed:

2013-01-10 – Small plane crashes in vineyard on the island of Tasmania (Australia), 1 killed:

2013-01-10 – Small plane crash lands northeast of Lake Pleasant (Arizona):

2013-01-10 – Helicopter crashes onto highway in southwestern Germany, 1 killed:

2013-01-10 – Train rams another train in the Schaffhouse area of northern Switzerland, at least 30 injured:

2013-01-10 – Transit bus slams into school bus in New Jersey’s northern shore region, at least 19 injured:

2013-01-10 – Truck and bus collide head-on, in West Bengal (India), at least 8 killed, 30 injured:

2013-01-10 – Minibus overturns on the Sinai Peninsula (Egypt), 5 injured:

2013-01-10 – Truck overturns, crashes into ditch, in Aurangabad (India), 25 killed:

2013-01-10 – Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 62 near Greensboro (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-01-10 – Garbage truck overturns on I-44 at I-40 in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2013-01-10 – Jeep veers over centerline, hits van head-on, in Payne County (Oklahoma), 3 killed, 2 injured:

2013-01-10 – Two cars collide head-on, on Mission Boulevard in Fremont (California), at least 1 injured:

2013-01-10 – Car veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, in Napa Valley (California), 2 injured:

2013-01-10 – Car crashes into pizza parlor in Lincoln (Nebraska), driver tries to order pizza:

2013-01-10 – Car crashes into restaurant in Marlow (Oklahoma):

Animal Attacks:

2013-01-10 – Dog bites nose off 10-year-old boy in Henderson County (Kentucky), nose recovered and reattached:

Quote: “The dog’s owner, Robert Santana, told police he got the animal as a puppy and it had not previously shown signs of aggression.”

Note: It isn’t just human beings who are having their neurology damaged by hydrogen sulfide, but all animals. The greater the amount of brain damage that a person or animal suffers, the more ‘unlike themselves’ they will be, and the more apt to become violent or do insane things…

2013-01-10 – Woman attacked and seriously injured by her own dog (Doberman) in Cattaraugus County (New York), near Lake Erie:

Other Stories Of Interest:

2013-01-10 – Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) shuts down recreational activities at Henley Lake (Australia):

Nuked Radio #79 ~ Earth Change News from Early2it ~ Hosted by Christina Consolo

Remember, no fear. We’re at a time of tremendous change where two worlds are literally pulling apart, one is collapsing and the other is ascending. Listen to the show and observe these events from a detached perspective, as an observer. I try to stay away from material that will affect readers on a negative energetic level, but when it comes to earth changes it’s important that we’re aware of the changes taking place as the planet shifts in reaction to negative energy coming from the collective. As well as the ungodly amount of destruction being inflicted upon the earth through drilling, mining, nuclear explosions, ionospheric manipulation, geoengineering, wastewater injection into the crust and so much more that it boggles the mind to think of it all.

My best advise is to continue strengthening your relationship in Oneness with Gaia, meditate daily and visualize a New Earth you want to create inside yourself for the future. Now is the time to plant the seeds of tomorrow…

Nuked Radio #79 Earth Change News from Early2it


Published on Dec 11, 2012

Episode #79 air date December 11th, 2012

Early2it from YouTube -the methane hydrate MASTER- joins us for a very enlightening discussion on current earth changes and how they are all connected. Oh yeah, and how bout those exploding telephone poles in Texas? He sheds some light on that as well. Mr X from NightWatch also co-hosts.

Early2it’s you tube channel:

Thank you to the wonderful and brave lady from Bayou Corne who allowed me to use her footage of new Bayou bubbling…posted today on you tube and Enenews.

Link to story:…

A Huge Natural Gas Line Explosion Just Lit Up West Virginia [PHOTOS]*

Matthew Boesler | Dec. 11, 2012

Reports are coming in of a big explosion in Sissonville, West Virginia (scroll down for photos and video).

Via local news outlet WSAZ:

The northbound lanes of Interstate 77 are closed in the Sissonville area, from Tuppers Creek to Pocatalico due to what’s being called a major gas line explosion.

Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper tells crews were called to what was described as a major gas line explosion in Sissonville.

WSAZ says that right now, no injuries or fatalities have been reported. A “Shelter in Place” has been issued for buildings in the area, though.

The AP reports that according to state police, several structures are on fire.

West Virginia Metro News cites Kanahwa County Commissioner Kent Carper:

“The flames are shooting 50, 75 to 100 feet. There’s fire everywhere,” said Carper reporting from the scene on 58-WCHS. “Gas company is on the scene working with emergency officials to get the gas shut off, then we’ll assess if we have injuries or casualties. At this time it’s a fairly chaotic scene.”

“Several structures are involved. The fire is so hot it’s like a blevy. It’s caused houses to melt and burn way far away,” he said. “Many structures are on fire in a large fire area stretching hundreds and hundreds of feet.”

Now, WSAZ reports that the well has been capped.

The Charleston Gazette is reporting that the fire has been put out, and the search for casualties is underway:

Crews apparently extinguished the fire just before 2 p.m. but a large amount of fumes remain in the air, said Kanawha County Commission President Kent Carper.

Carper said paramedics and emergency responders are going into homes and apartments now to assess injuries or fatalities.

Bloomberg News (via the Bloomberg terminal) cites West Virginia officials confirming earlier reports, saying the gas line has been shut off, there are still no confirmed injuries or deaths, and a search is underway for victims.

Readers can also follow along via a live audio feed of Kanawha County’s emergency services scanners.


Below are five photos from Twitter. The first was posted by Charleston Gazette reporter Mackenzie Mays, who says the photo comes from Kanawha County Emergency Services:

The second photo is from Twitter user @tori_eagle:


Local news outlet WOWK posted this sobering video of the flames towering into the air:

And James Hopkins of WOWK just tweeted this photo:

WSAZ reporter Bill Murray tweeted this aerial photo, giving some perspective on the fire:

Now, this photo, which shows the site of the fire since it’s been put out, is making the rounds on Twitter (h/t @LacyNeff):

Scorched earth. Click here for live updates >

Pink is doing a great job covering the alarming increase in gas explosions on her YT channel, here’s her report on the explosive W. Virginia event

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