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Q: Is there anything I can do to protect myself?

A: There are some things you can try. I will tell you all of the things that I am trying, to protect my myself and my household.

1) I had some centrifugal fans and activated carbon filters laying around, so I am running those non-stop. That would have been too much cost normally, but I already had them, so why not put them to use?

2) I got three ozone generators and I run them non-stop, spread around the house. The ozone should react away at least a good deal of any hydrogen sulfide that infiltrates the house, and also help eliminate any that might get absorbed into absorbent materials (like rugs and carpet seem particularly dangerous, because they rest on the floor).

3) I eat melatonin once per day, since it helps protect the neurology (it's used to treat Parkinsons symptoms, which is a neurological affliction), and because it helps prevent DNA/RNA damage, and the increased UV levels are surely causing some of that.

4) I surrounded the house, as best I could, with plants. Tree, shrubs, whatever. That may help knock any plumes blowing through to the ground, and the gas would then hopefully drain into the sewers and away from me. I was also having probs with plants not doing too well, or dying, so I surrounded their bases with bricks, which would help push any ground-level plumes away from their root systems. (And they all started doing better after I did that.) Indoor plants are also a good idea, if you can keep them alive, as they produce oxygen.

5) I spend as little time outdoors as possible, and I wear a hat when I'm outside, so if a plume descends on me, then the hat might make it run off away from my air intake systems (nose/mouth) and eyes. Also, I drive as little as possible and when I am in the car, I try to keep the windows and vents closed and not run either the AC or the heat.

6) I covered all my upper windows on the inside with Reflectix insulation and duct tape. Looks like sh#t, but it does actually help with heating/cooling bills, which means the central air/heat runs less, which means less exposure to outside air.

7) My outdoor central AC unit is elevated off the ground, on a pedestal, and is also on the side of the house most shielded from wind, which means it is less exposed to whatever may be blowing through in the atmosphere. I didn't do that; it's just fortunate that it was that way originally. And it's also in a kind of shielded nook too, and the roof doesn't slant toward it, which is again simply another fortunate coincidence.

8) I don't own a car. My significant other does. We only need one, and even BEFORE this problem cropped up, we were only driving about 2500 miles per year. Now it's less than that. She parks on the street, but the house is set back a ways, so it's not ever right next to the car. We have no driveway or garage and though in the past I have wished that we did, now I'm happy we don't, since they wouldn't be any benefit and might be a liability (especially a garage, which is like a small semi-vacant house with a combustion vehicle inside). We don't take the battery out, so we're taking chances with that.

9) Given the fire potential, I have at least one fire extinguisher on each floor (one in each room on the main floor), and one in the car too. They don't cost much, especially considering the potential price you might pay if you need one and there's none handy.

10) Because wood fences, decks and porches are now such a danger, I coated all exterior wood (in my case fence and small porch) with a sealant. Now I can see water bead up on the wood instead of being absorbed. That same anti-absorption quality should at least help prevent the wood from absorbing hydrogen sulfide or methane. Ideally, if I had it all to do again, I'd use that plasticky 'recycled wood' stuff, since it's nowhere near as absorbent as actual wood, or I'd simply forego the fence and porch entirely.

A reader submitted this information, as regards quick-connects for vehicle batteries:

"I just checked and a company named Wirthco makes quick-connects for batteries which are marketed mainly towards the boaters because they are frequently installing & uninstalling batteries. There are some on Ebay."

What you decide to do, if anything, is entirely up to you. I merely try to provide information, so people can decide for themselves what they want to do. Those are the things that *I* thought were at least worth trying, for myself and my household.




Q: What was the most important clue that this extinction event was happening?

A: The following article, titled 'Impact From The Deep', which was published in Scientific American in 2006, was critically important to me, and I highly recommend reading it. It is in PDF format.

Impact From The Deep
The article lays out some general steps that this extinction event is likely to follow, and I will reprint those here in case you have problems with PDF files:

(1) Trouble begins with widespread volcanic activity that releases enormous volumes of carbon dioxide and methane.

(2) The gases cause rapid global warming.

(3) A warmer ocean absorbs less oxygen from the atmosphere.

(4) Low oxygen (anoxia) destabilizes the chemocline, where oxygenated water meets water permeated with hydrogen sulfide (H2S) generated by bottom-dwelling anaerobic bacteria.

(5) As H2S concentrations build and oxygen falls, the chemocline rises abruptly to the ocean surface.

(6) Green and purple photosynthesizing sulfur bacteria, which consume H2S and normally live at chemocline depth, now inhabit the H2S-rich surface waters while oxygen-breathing ocean life suffocates.

(7) H2S also diffuses into the air, killing animals and plants on land (8) and rising to the troposphere to attack the planet’s ozone layer.

(9) Without the ozone shield, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation kills remaining life.

The authors of the article never seriously considered the possibility that this could be happening now, so there is little or no detail on how such an event might affect human civilization in the present. For example there is no mention of the copper reactivity problem, or the rusty iron/steel reactivity problem, or the neurotoxic effects on animal life (including humans), or the problem with biogenic sulfide corrosion eating away at steel and concrete, or the brake-friction and absorbency problem, nor any mention of the destructive fires and explosions. Also, though they do not mention it, we will see multiple steps simultaneously; step 7 need not be completed before step 8 begins and so on.

Still, even without the important details on how such an event might affect the present, this was a great piece of science here and without it, I never would have been able to figure out all that I have. It was the foundational kick-start that helped wake me up to the danger we face, and the authors deserve a huge amount of credit.

If you're going to take the time to read just one of the links I have provided on this site, I would encourage you to make it this one.




Q: Will a gas mask help?

A: Depends on what you mean by 'gas mask'.

Standard el-cheapo N95 masks won't help versus hydrogen sulfide. What does help is a full-body hazmat suit with a powered respirator that maintains positive air pressure at all times and is either connected to a known clean air supply or has its own attached canister-based clean air supply. If you ever saw the movie 'Contagion', the cobbled-together suit that the character played by Jude Law wore as he walked around - something like that would probably work. But obviously, any suit is a purely short-term solution. We need 'Plan B' habitats for long-term survival.

82 comments:

  1. Feel free to ask questions here in the comments. Don't be shy. I don't really have any idea what questions people might have, and there are no stupid questions. I can't promise to have all the answers - wish I could promise that - but I will try to answer those that I can.

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  2. I know there is a lot of activity in Louisiana with the sinkhole and chemical smells around New Orleans and it's also close to the Gulf, so I was wondering do you think there is any link with your hypothesis to the Super Bowl power outage and if so, how?

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    1. Because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, anytime there is an electrical problem, it's a possibility. I didn't hear many details on that. For instance, was it an underground transformer or electrical fire, or what? Underground would make me even more suspicious, because hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas. There have been many underground electrical fires, manholes exploding, etc. In one instance, in coastal New York City, cars on the street even caught fire from the flames coming out of the manholes.

      Also, there was some incident with a 'smell of gas' in an elevator at the Superbowl at the same time as the power outage. Unrelated? Well, who knows, but I think that'd be a pretty big coincidence.

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  3. Your hypothesis is interesting! Yet what proof is there that any of the incidents you cite on a daily are as result of hydrogen sulfide? Do tests exist that can be performed, to determine if cause was gas exposure? Do you follow up any of these with coroner's offices, for example? Do you have any kind of baseline data to compare incident numbers to? Car accidents and fires have been taking place for a long time. While any of the incidents you cite could potentially reflect confirmation of your hypothesis, none of them are clearly caused, which casts doubt. I appreciate your response, thanks you.

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    1. You may never have anyone come out and tell you. You will have to look and make determinations yourself, or not.

      Yet there are many clues.

      For one, huge explosions in the skies around the world, often accompanied by a 'flash of light', sometimes damaging homes. Explosions like that indicates a chemical reaction, which means...chemicals. What chemicals, and why are they in the atmosphere around the planet NOW, just as the waters are heating up? Well, in Earth's history, hotter waters leads to hydrogen sulfide and methane eruptions. Nothing else really explains those gigantic atmospheric explosions.

      Secondly, for the first time in human history, a major metropolitan city was told to shelter-in-place because of hydrogen sulfide (Kuwait City).

      Thirdly, there have been many incidents where 'piles of scrap iron' have burst into flame, on cargo ships, in junkyards, etc. Only hydrogen sulfide emissions would explain that. Even methane wouldn't explain THAT.

      Fourth, hydrogen sulfide was detected in the air in Southern California, and in the ground in Canada, and in a library in Ohio (infiltrated the library via contaminated outside water).

      Fifth, there have been a number of inexplicable events that involve sudden-onset neurological afflictions, like the face-eater incident, the children experiencing 'Tourette's-like' twitching after playing basketball OUTSIDE, younger people in Australia experiencing Parkinson's-LIKE twitching and jerking, 'nodding disease' in Uganda and more. Hydrogen sulfide is neurotoxic and if the oceans are emitting it (which they are), then you'd expect to see that sort of effect spreading through human population, and we are.

      Sixth, there have been many sudden-unconsciousness events: 22 Houston students dropped to the ground, strange smell mentioned, outside. 120 Cambodian students suddenly lost consciousness, outside. 60-ish people in Jamaica smelled something foul and many suddenly lost consciousness, outside. 500+ runners mysteriously sickened in the Las Vegas marathon, outside, water and food eliminated as cause, which leaves...the air.

      Seventh, hydrogen sulfide doesn't remain in the body long. After 6-8 hours - from exposure - you aren't going to detect it. Most bodies aren't even found that soon and those that are are rarely autopsied that quickly, and for those very very few that are, the docs still aren't gonna be looking for it. They may see a brain hemorrhage or a heart attack and...good enough for them.

      Eighth, Andrew Breitbart. Dropped dead, outside, on the coast in Los Angeles. The coroner actually DID get to his autopsy quickly. What happened? The coroner sickened and died. Victims of hydrogen sulfide poisoning, if they're 'fresh', may have residual gas in clothes or lungs that can kill a person with secondary exposure. Seems likely that's what happened in that case. So maybe that coroner would have told us it was hydrogen sulfide...but he died too.

      There are lots of clues if you keep your eyes open. These I've listed are by no means the only clues. And any one thing could be a fluke (except the combusting rusted iron, no other explanation for that). Taken all together? Well, I find it convincing. Whether you do or don't is up to you, of course. Reality is all that matters though, and we're gonna see what we're gonna see.

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  4. Question Jonny I believe this also tide to chemtrails and Harrp what's your take on that?

    I could be right or wrong. But I heard a youtube video where.. chemtrails and methane exposure..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kXUaI718yJs

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    1. Yeah, I'm reasonably sure chemtrails are related to the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. I included a link to a very interesting email interview with a purported chemtrail scientist, in the Info Links section. His take was that we were using chemtrails to prevent 'UV Summer'. Well, fighting back rising UV levels would also help mitigate oceanic heating, which would then help mitigate the gas problem.

      HAARP I am not so sure about. I'm sure it's related, but I have no idea how. Tweak the magnetosphere or the ionosphere to fight methane directly somehow? Help control weather, so as to route dangerous gas plumes to low-population areas? Try to dampen the power of earthquakes as sea level rises and the added mass puts pressure on the thin oceanic plates? I don't know, but it's obviously big and powerful and it's being used for SOME purpose.

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  5. Jonny, please take a look at Linda M. Howe`s page listing all
    these loud booms.. I have sent her link to your website as well as you are both investigators documenting all these bizzarre happenings. I believe you are right as to the cause, and I hope you two will get in touch with each other. You may know she is a regular guest on CoasttoCoastam radio show.. sure like to hear you both discuss this dire situation. Thank you for providing your vast amount of information, it needs to go viral!

    http://www.earthfiles.com/news.php?ID=2079&category=Environment

    also see summary of this show..
    Geoengineering Threats
    http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2013/03/13

    Global Geoengineering Fueling 'Venus Syndrome'
    http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/global-geoengineering-fueling-venus-syndrome/

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    1. Yep, thanks for the link about the booms! Seems wise to pay attention to all types of events that are aberrations from the normal these days.

      If by 'geoengineering' you mean 'chemtrails' then I don't agree with the idea that they're behind our problem here. I provided a link in the Info Links, an email interview with an anonymous purported chemtrail scientist. I found him VERY credible, though he never mentions hydrogen sulfide or methane. But if you carefully investigate the things he recommends you investigate, you will fall into a very deep rabbit hole.

      I believe the first evidence that this problem was creeping toward us was in the early-to-mid 1980s, when Lake Nyos (I think that's the name) bubbled up some gas suddenly and killed 1700 people in a village nearby, in Cameroon, a kind of microcosm of the problem as it is today. That was obviously quite a long time before there were any chemtrails. I think when 'they' saw that, they knew that this extinction event was upon us and that's when they began to investigate the possibility of chemtrails as a mitigation tactic. This same extinction event has happened a number of times, and it is only THIS time that humans are around for it, so I think it's overly humancentric to think we've had much to do with it, other than trying to survive it.

      That doesn't mean I think chemtrails are safe! Heck no! Read that interview. That scientist said that some estimates were that as many as 2+ BILLION people might die from the chemtrails themselves! And if that's what HELPS with the problem, then just how bad is the PROBLEM?! Pretty effing bad, that's how bad. Slow poisoning from nanoparticles of aluminum oxide and barium oxide, or fast poisoning from hydrogen sulfide (along with raging fires and fierce explosions), I guess that was the choice. Horrible choice!

      And that's why 'they' won't tell us what's happening: the first duty of any government is 'protect the people'. Yet what happens when they CAN'T protect the people? Then it looks like they build some 'continuity of government' facilities, pass some 'mass fatality' legislation, and keep people oblivious for as long as possible.

      Meanwhile, the Earth doesn't care about any of that, and we are being systematically wiped out, and it is escalating. Someday, people are going to wake up - that's inevitable - and then we will have to face this threat head-on.

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  6. Hey Johnny, Rezlooper here. Thanks for keeping up with these updates. Your site is very informative and I know how much work this is as I also tried to keep up with regular updates on sinkholes and other phenomena, such as the animal die-offs. It's a lot of work and your work is appreciated. I was curious to know if, since our last communications in December and January on these gases, you have noticed a rise in these explosions, fires and other mysteries you are tracking. I know at the time in our debates with the skeptics, they questioned whether there was really a rise in incidents, but you have now had an additional six months of tracking. What do you think?

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    1. Events are definitely escalating, especially fires and explosions and animal die-offs. I'm sure human deaths are too, but there's a lot of effort going into hiding that, so it's harder to see. Can't hide giant four-story-tall piles of scrap metal burning along coasts or fertilizer plants exploding or trains exploding and vaporizing large chunks of towns or B1 bombers burning, exploding and crashing or stuff like that.

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    2. Thanks for replying Jonny. I agree, things seem to be escalating. Volcano and earthquake activity also seems to be increasing as well as a rise in drug-resistant bacteria and mutating viruses, not to mention the extraordinary heat and flooding all over the world. While the heat rises, so does the moisture creating all these heavy rain and snow events, thus the record flooding in Russia, China, Pakistan, India and here in the states. Last year was the hottest year on record for the U.S. and this summer is the hottest summer in the U.S. in over 100 years, so I wonder if this year's heat totals will shatter last year. If so, we'll have two consecutive years of record-heat. I wonder how much longer main stream media can ignore what is obvious. Some thing is definitely off and I feel that ever since I stumbled onto your website while searching for an answer, I no longer have my head buried in the sand. Hopefully, many others will wake up soon!

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  7. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this work that you are doing.
    Joyce

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  8. Thank you, very much. It seems as if coastal areas are particularly dangerous, is there any indication that other areas are comparatively better? For example, are mountainous regions better than flat plains, like Ohio, etc.? Not near a "dormant volcano, of course?

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    1. There's a good question. It looks to me like LOCAL topography may matter as much as anything else, if not more, and by local I mean like within a mile or two. Best bet would seem to be on the east side of a mountain (most shielded from the wind), overlooking a large plains area that slants down away from you slightly to the east. Then any hydrogen sulfide blowing in from the west would first have to push up over the mountain, and if the winds are strong enough for that then it might just carry OVER you. On the west side of a mountain you might be worse off, because any hydrogen sulfide that DOESN'T make it up over the mountain would roll back down and accumulate. Oh yeah, and good point, don't let that mountain be a volcano. Heh.

      For river valleys and the like, it's the opposite. You'd want to be on the WEST side of valleys or canyons. Not as safe as the mountain plan, but I'm in a river valley and I'm not moving. I am on the west side of the valley (good), on a hill (good), one block from a fire station (good), and the hill does overlook a large plain area lower elevation than me (good). No place is gonna be perfect, since an atmospheric problem is ubiquitous and there's a lot of chaos and randomness in weather.

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  9. Is the Southern Hemisphere any better than the Northern Hemisphere? Should we fill our homes with coffee or graphene?

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    1. I don't really know how much safer, if any, the southern hemisphere will be. Most of the methane hydrates are in the northen hemisphere though. And former president Bush bought 100,000 acres or whatever in Paraguay, so maybe that's an indicator.

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    2. Graphene I dunno. Coffee grounds...well, I save all of ours now, and scatter it all around the outside of the house. It's good for the soil anyway, and since I try to surround the house with plants, it serves a dual purpose that way. Probably better off with an ozone generator indoors, although people with respiratory conditions like asthma can have adverse reactions to ozone. (But not as adverse as sucking down poison gas!)

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  10. What can protect rusty iron from h2s. I'm guessing paint is on the list, but would light oils also work?

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    1. I don't know if light oil would work, but it might. Oil is itself flammable though. But then again, paint is too. Heh, don't know what to say - it's a tough problem! I'd probably go with paint when possible, but I realize that's not exactly ideal for every situation.

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    2. I was just thinking it would be easy to spray on some WD40 on the underside of vehicles where rusty metal usually gets exposed over time. At least it would prevent more rust with application as needed. Paint seems like a chore for that kind of application. In your understanding, does H2S react with petrol chemicals at all, or is it more of the combination of H2S and O2 in the right environment (electrified copper/rusty steel)?

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    3. I don't think it reacts with petrochemicals directly. Only indirectly, by starting fires via rust or electrified copper. So yes, for the purpose you mention, some WD40 sounds a whole lot better than paint. Ideally, we need replacements for iron/steel and for copper, but there's just sooooo much infrastructure built around iron/copper, hundreds of years worth.

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  11. When mentioning fires and their closeness to Quincy MA and the "Rotten Egg Smell" Somerville MA is very close to Quincy! Why do I mention this " Cause Somerville MA may have the record for fires this year, or a definite 2nd place!

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    1. Yes, I've certainly been noticing all the fires in Somerville - it's getting crazy there!

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  12. Is it possible to identify hydrogen sulfide "pockets" in these satellite images:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2490051/From-natural-disasters-mankinds-urban-sprawl-Stunning-satellite-images-Earth-reveal-challenges-planet-faces.html
    Thanks.

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    1. No, I don't think that can be done. I think that's why NASA had some East Coast rocket launches spraying tracking chemicals into the atmosphere. THAT might work (but only temporarily). Or maybe they seeded the atmosphere with some nano-detectors or something, which might work too.

      What we really need is a big grid of detectors, all over the place, like at least 1 per square mile or something, with all the data networked and collated to build a realtime picture of where the gas is accumulating and where it's heading and so on. At least then the big waves could be detected, and some forecasting could be done for people, so people would know when is a safe time to plant a garden or whatever, and when it's time to get inside, close all windows and doors, shut off all central air systems and hunker down.

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  13. Hi, thanks, I think you are right. I have been thinking about the disintegrating starfish... about how they may be like the canary in the coal mine, since they are bottom dwellers. Then this weekend I went to an aquarium and there was an exhibit that asked, "What is special about starfish' blood?" Well the answer was, "It is made up of filtered seawater." Maybe that makes them extra sensitive to any changes in the water.
    Also, I would love to know if you have an opinion about a possible mini ice-age coming... ? If so, would the cooling help balance out the oxygen vs. H2S and slow or stop the runaway ELE chain reaction? Thanks.

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    1. Yes, the starfish, the oarfish, the deepwater sperm whales - all having problems. Interesting about the starfish blood - didn't know that!

      As for ice age potential, we may see volcanic winter due to all the volcanoes erupting. That could lead to an ice age. Unfortunately, that might not help all that much if the oceanic heat is coming from below, from volcanoes in the oceans, which is what I suspect. Then we may end up with the worst of both worlds: warming oceans and lots of methane and hydrogen sulfide emissions, and freezing AIR temps. Then if you light a fire for warmth, you might just blow up.

      I have been watching for signs of volcanic winter, extraordinary COLD events, and there have been a couple. There was the 30+ inches of snow in New York in late May (almost June). To find anything comparable, climatologists had to go back to 1816, 'The Year Without A Summer', 'Eighteen Hundred And Froze To Death', which was caused by the volcanic eruption of Mount Tambora. Then there was the 44 inches of snow that hit Lead (South Dakota) in early October (barely even Fall).

      That's too few events to draw any hard conclusions yet, but...ominous. I suspect we'll have thousands of years where the Earth fluctuates between extremes of heat and cold in terms of air temps, as the volcanic eruptions slowly subside. The methane will be pushing toward warmer temps (which melts ice and induces more volcanic eruptions), and the volcanic emissions will push toward cooler temps. So, like a gong ringing, the Earth will reverberate between the two extremes, sloooowly fading back to quiet, or what we would call normalcy. But when this happened in the Permian-Triassic, it took as long as 30 million years before things were 'back to normal'. In other words, we'd best be making long-term plans that don't involve too much reliance on being able to survive on the surface of the Earth, more or less forever in practicality.

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  14. Did you see this story??

    Outgassing? Mysterious odor fills Fond du Lac, Wisconsin on Friday
    Laurie Ritger
    FDL Reporter
    Fri, 29 Nov 2013 05:49 CST A bad odor that has settled in a large area of the city is making some people sick to their stomachs.

    The Fond du Lac Dispatch Center received calls from businesses and homeowners beginning around 9:45 a.m. Friday.

    "It's pretty much a mystery," said Lt. Joe Maramonte of the Fond du Lac Fire Department.

    Calls started coming from the areas around Lenz Truck, Fleet Farm and then Holiday Dodge and a Fond du Lac County Airport hangar.

    A crew checked an Alliant station across from Fleet Farm that injects odor into natural gas and determined that it was not the cause of the foul stench.

    "We are now thinking it might be from the old landfill on Rolling Meadows Drive," Maramonte said around 11:30 a.m., adding that the odor seems to be all over the city.

    The odor has been described as "rotten-egg sulfur."

    The wind was out of the south-southwest, so the odor couldn't be blamed on Kaukauna paper mills.

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    1. No, hadn't seen that, so thanks much, and yikes, that's not good!

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  15. Thanks so much for the work you do and for staying so accessible to answer questions. This is a hard pill to swallow but it is life-changing info for those of us who can see it happening. May God richly bless you!

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    1. Yes, hard pill to swallow! Blech! Bitter! I don't know if the knowledge helps all that much, but at least that way you can use your mind and resources, maybe take a few precautions, buy some time. Without knowing, it's like you don't even have a chance at all. Thanks for the thanks!

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  16. How does the radiation released from Fukushima affect the anaeroebic bacteria in the Pacific Ocean? Any ideas?

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    1. I doubt it will affect them much; they're a kind of extremophile, evolved for harsh conditions, and they reproduce quickly when the conditions are right too. And water itself is something of a radiation shield. One of the ways scientists have proposed to protect people from cosmic rays during interplanetary journeys is to build a shielded safety room on spaceships surrounded by water they carry, to which people could retreat when cosmic rays get dangerous.

      The radiation might actually HELP them, indirectly, by killing other less hardy life, which then float to the bottom, and then the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea will eat those corpses and turn them into more poison gas. More food supply, more bacteria, more hydrogen sulfide.

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  17. Do you think this is the reason why so many people are becoming sick on cruise ships also?
    Out there in the open water could they be hitting clouds or pockets of gas?

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    1. Yes, Maybe not in every case, but probably in many cases. Large numbers of people didn't used to suddenly sicken with this frequency on cruise ships, but now they do, so something has changed. 'Norovirus' hasn't changed, and people haven't changed, so there's another factor at play and it has to be environmental.

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    2. Also, the number of FIRES on cruise ships has been escalating just as the number of passengers sickening has been too, which is what you'd expect of a flammable toxic gas. To be honest, they're not AS vulnerable to the problem as I originally expected. The reason for that is that cruise ships are freakishly TALL and hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, so the people are significantly elevated above the surface. But they're still out there cruising the oceans, out in the open, and the gas won't ALWAYS float along at the surface.

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    3. Thanks so much for your timely response. There were just two incidents this week that I am aware of and when these things first started it used to be just handful of passengers. Like maybe 40-50. Now it is almost 1/3 of the ship like 700-1200. Something has to be going on. I really don't buy this Norovirus stuff.

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    4. Hey Johnny, Rez here...I proposed a year ago that viruses are mutating and bacteria are becoming drug-resistant due to the increase in methane gases in the atmosphere. A quick summary...microbes usually eat up the methane but because there is so much as the levels of release increase, its becoming a feeding frenzy for the microbes which is making them rapidly increase. There is a news article about 17 different bacteria, including even salmonella, being discovered at 30,000 feet catching a ride on the jet stream to float down in other areas. There's microbes at this height chomping on the methane as well. As one bacteria increases, I'm sure others will as well. This may also be affecting the viruses to and that's why over the past couple of years there are so many outbreaks of new and old diseases. Bacterial and viral. There's numerous stories in the news about fears of drugs becoming ineffective fighting infections, such as gonorrhea. The flu has morphed into something I don't even recognize anymore. I actually think there is so much sickness that doctors aren't even sure what people have anymore. I can't even keep up with all the numbers in the HxNx category. So, do I think norovirus has changed...yes, I do. I believe it's numbers are increasing and its becoming more resilient and that's why it affects 700 now on a cruise ship rather than 50. It all comes back to the dangerous gases in the atmosphere! What do you think?

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    5. I think we're seeing more new creatures, of all types (including humanoid), because of increasing UV radiation. That extra UV will damage DNA and how's Mother Nature to repair that damage? By plucking strands of data from passing viruses, if it's compatible enough to patch the hole. You can track the rise of albinism and see the rise over the last decade. That's a sign of increasing genetic damage. So a bacteria gets damaged, some new data gets spliced in, and tada, new bacteria, may be like the original, but may be something entirely new too, and anything new is probably bad news for us.

      This doesn't just apply to bacteria and viruses either. Look back over the last ten years at all the weird creatures, many mammalian, that have been seen all around the world, the various 'Montauk Monsters', the mermaid that washed ashore, the humanoid creature caught on a deercam, the 'coyote' that stood up on two legs and charged a hunter, the tiny humanoid in Mexico that lived for a number of years, and on and on.

      It looks to me like these extinction events are also 'genesis events', in the sense that as UV levels rise and life dies off, Mother Nature furiously starts splicing data to patch genetic holes, and entirely new forms of life are created. That would also explain why after each major extinction event there is a tremendous explosion in new species.

      The conditions toward which we are moving - especially lower levels of oxygen - are far more conducive to simple life like bacteria than for complex organisms like mammals, so I'm sure there'll be just all kinds of bacteria-related problems as we go along.

      I'm not so quick to trust the CDC on a new version of norovirus though. CDC means the government, the very organization that is lying to us about pretty much everything. I'd like to see a lot more information about those cruise ship mass sickenings. Like, where WERE the people who got sick? All on the lower level of the ship? The people who had outside balconies, exposed to the atmosphere? Were they the people who'd gone on a jaunt on a boat to an island the day prior? Were they people who'd been in the water at some point that day or the day prior?

      I think they were poisoned, personally, probably via contaminated water, possibly via the air. Can't trust the government at this point, so we'll probably never know for sure. That's the power of centralized data - it's so easy to mislead the masses if there's only one source for information about a particular subject, like the CDC. (Or USGS for seismic stuff, and they've DEFINITELY been obscuring the truth since at least 2005.)

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  18. Johnny, I can't believe the amazing job you do keeping track of all this. I hope you're wrong of course, but......it's awful to contemplate. Have any/many scientists come on board with your hypothesis since you've started posting? Is consideration of this spreading, or does deep denial continue? Thanks for your herculean efforts!

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    1. I'd say that scientists are slowly and ponderously sliding in my direction. When I began, few were talking about methane releases. Once the Arctic shelf started belching methane, and they found the deposit off the US East Coast dissociating, and they found gas springs bubbling off the coast of Israel, then they started waking up to the methane aspect of the problem.

      A Google-funded $60 million research ship was sent to study a dead zone off the coast of British Columbia last year, mentioned in the 2013-081-01 update, so someone out there is aware of the oceanic anoxia and hydrogen sulfide problem, but I haven't seen much public mention of that part of the problem other than that one post by Robert Scribbler.

      So, all-in-all, I would say...deep denial continues. Heh.

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  19. Here's how dark my thinking has become, Johnny. Is it possible that Fukushima, as bad as it is, could be used as a cover for massive die-off in the Pacific? I've read where one ocean traveler said that much of the Pacific sea life has already died off in large areas....

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    1. Oh yeah, not only are people naturally wanting to blame Fukushima for everything under the Sun, but I think people are being egged on to do so, because that means they're overlooking the much worse problem. If people really looked, they'd see that skin lesions on dolphins and whales, hair loss on penguins, mass mortality events involving thousands of human-sized antelope, mass bird deaths, mass fish deaths - all of that stuff had begun before Fukushima even happened.

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  20. Another incident =

    http://murrayledger.com/news/mysterious-smell-reported-in-area-by-sheriff-s-office/article_c89d752e-8a22-11e3-9c4a-001a4bcf887a.html

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  21. Does the weather being warmer or colder make matters worse? Like since it has been so cold in most areas of the US, will the coming or Spring/Summer cause an uptick in events?
    Thanks so much for your anticipated response.

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    1. Someone asked that in 2012 then and I didn't know. But after the 2012-2013 winter and the 2013-2014 winter, I think I can say: it doesn't seem to matter a whole lot. In the winter you'll see more fires due to heating activities, fireplaces, chimneys, boilers, etc. In the summer you'll see less of those types of fires, but more fires involving AC units and more brush fires and more incidents involving people getting burned at campfires and that kind of thing. So, six of one, half dozen of the other, pretty much.

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    2. As for people dying, I think the warmer months are worse, simply because you see more people outdoors, especially near bodies of water. So fires and explosions, not much difference seasonally, just slightly different types of fires. People dying, seems worse when it's warmer.

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    3. I remember last summer, there were two incidents where I was out and a truck and a car respectively blew up and caught fire in the parking lot of where I was shopping.
      Also, there were just two incidents of naked zombie activity in FL this week and it got me thinking that maybe when the Spring hits things will be worse. I hope not. All this has me worried and scared.
      Thanks so much for being so nice to answer questions.

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  22. Insurance companies must be getting bombarded with claims, no? Home/Business owners insurance going up?

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    1. Probably not as much as they should be going up. Remember all the missing trillions of dollars? Maybe that's being used to keep insurance rates down, so things don't get more obvious than they already are.

      But yeah, in some case, insurance rates are going up, like insurance for recycling businesses. If you can even still get insurance on a recycling business, then the price is going up-up-up. There've been so many fires that the insurers are bailing on insuring such places at all and for the ones still willing to take the risk, they want much more moolah for doing so.

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    2. Incidentally, it's quite possible that major insurers have been nationalized. In a time of national emergency, governments can do such things, and there's no obligation to tell anyone that that has occurred, and keeping it secret could be a 'national security' mandate. So I imagine at this point, many institutions have been quietly nationalized. If you're running the business, you can make it charge anything you want for anything they sell. Likely suspects for quiet nationalization: banks, insurance companies, auto manufacturers, major energy businesses, communications (internet, news).

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  23. I read recently on arctic-newsblogspot.com that NOAA have reduced funding for measuring methane which fact would fit in with your general argument. Great work, thanks.Interesting times to say the least !

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    1. Do people even think about this stuff? Scientists around the world are growing increasingly concerned about the methane problem, soooo...let's stop looking so closely at the problem!? Dafuq! Obviously they don't WANT people looking closely at the problem, not because the scientists are wrong to be concerned, but because scientists haven't caught on yet to just how VERY concerned they should be!

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    2. People generally don't tend to think terribly much period, if they can help it, do they ? Last point is the case I would agree. We're in a sinister Bizarro World it seems. It took me about 4 months of solid research to come to decide what I might tentatively know and think about Fukushima, constantly being revised of course, using incomplete and falsified information. That process has been and is still now really quite a harrowing journey. And now the JJF hypothesis ! Rings too true unfortunately and might explain a series of things I've experienced recently which I will post at a later time as time permits. There is not a person I know who would be amenable to discuss any of these issues with as it happens which makes it all the more weird ! C'est la vie.

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  24. Second sentence of previous post I meant to say I agree with your last point/sentence. Neurological issues !? Ha! Be well.

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  25. Earthquakes picking up along the east coast (ME, NH, MA, SC, FL, VA ect). More 'strange sky sounds' a surge of loud booms being heard and felt throughout much of North America , Explosions, ground moving, sinkholes, more mass animal deaths, eerily quiet Sun that hasn't been seen since the 17th Century. Now think what would make a huge explosion underground? Also factor in all the recent sink holes and something very strange is going on and it doesn't sound good! Could it be the core of the Earth is messed up? Pole flip? Could it be underground tunneling and explosions? Whatever it is, this needs to be looked more into asap!

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    1. I think the Earth is heating up from below. That explains all the volcanic eruptions, the heat of the water off the East Coast (and the methane clathrates off the coast there), and that'd explain some sinkholes too - take a pile of ice cubes and heat it from below and it'll start collapsing in on itself. The heat will push gas out of the ground too, and methane's been detected in the ground and waterways in numerous places now, and hydrogen sulfide was detected in a well in Florida and near a school in Canada. not counting the supposed well release of hydrogen sulfide that caused a shelter-in-place warning for Kuwait City.

      So, we get some of both gases in the atmosphere. The methane, being lighter than air, may get trapped here and there in pockets in the ground. The hydrogen sulfide, being HEAVIER-than-air, will try to seep down into the ground. When it meets one of those pockets of methane then the air itself may spontaneously combust if the mix is volatile enough, concentration-wise. Even if it's not volatile enough to spontaneously ignite then if there's some rusty iron/steel around - like a long-forgotten pipe or railroad tie from the 1800s, for example - then hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with rust may cause ignition. Then....BOOM!

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  26. Do you do podcast radio interviews? I would live to hear you talk about this.

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    1. If someone asked me to do an interview, I probably would. I'm pretty shy and terrified of public speaking, so I don't go out of my way looking for such venues though. (Biggest 'crowd' I ever spoke to was about 300 people, in junior high, where I had to give a speech about a favorite hobby to pass a class, and I spoke about the nerdly pleasure of collecting comic books, which in retrospect may have cost me any chance of getting a date. LMAO!)

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  27. Hi Jonny, 1st my most sincere thanks for your reports... personally I have made decisions because of the awareness you provide.

    2nd, recently you made mention of event(s) local to you. I am very concerned about your plans to keep this site going, in case you pass on.

    PeterC

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    1. Well, aren't you a ray of sunshine?! Heh, just kidding. Honestly, I hadn't thought about that. I don't personally know anybody who would - or even could - do what I do here. Sooo...I'm open to suggestions!

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    2. Just live a LONG time! God Bless you!

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    3. May you live a long time yourself!

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  28. OMG!!! Why did the website change? Every morning I look forward to looking at the updated daily events. What happened?

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    1. What changed?! Haven't missed a daily update yet - latest is the 2014-03-01 update. (I run a day or two behind, so I can gather more links for important stories and find better pics.)

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    2. fyi, website seems ok, no changes or problems with the website observed.

      Having said that, I run clean/secure computer. I suspect the 'disinformation' activities, as reported by Eric Snowden, are stepping up...

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    3. But what if your security software itself is compromised? Heh, just kidding, mostly, don't wanna make ya paranoid. Funny story though. A friend of mine (and this was quite some time ago) got his Norton's Anti-Virus infected by a virus, so when he scanned all the executables on all the machines on his network (which included my laptop at the time), he infected every executable on every machine. LMAO!

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  29. First of all, MY BAD about thinking the website changed. I freaked out because I thought it was changed.
    Anyway, my question is this.. Do you have any children, Jonny? And if so, how do you give them hope knowing all this stuff is going on and will only get worse?
    I have a pre-teen son and I am worried sick about him doing certain things. He is supposed to go on a bus trip for school out of state and I really don't want him to go. How do I cope with this? I haven't said anything to him yet but how do I balance my fears and what I know against having him live a normal life? Any suggestions from you or the crowd will be most appreciated.

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    1. I have no children. Not because I don't like children, but because I do. I had a bad childhood, bad parenting, and I know those things can be cyclical, where people - without ever intending to - have children and then they treat their children like they themselves were treated when THEY were children. I didn't want to end up like that, so I decided to take that card off the table and make sure that didn't happen.

      So, I kinda look at ALL children as my 'surrogate children'. That's one of the main reasons I decided to speak up. How can we keep having MORE children, who will then be consigned to a terrible fate? At some point that becomes as immoral as just flat-out killing them.

      Unfortunately, there are people who already have children, like you, and your questions are good ones. I can only hope others have better answers for you, because I don't. I wish I did.

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    2. Well, thanks for your candor. I do hope other people that have children chime in. I would really like to hear some opinions and get some advice.

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  30. Jonny- I shared this info with a few of my friends and only one took it seriously. The others blew me off as a nut. I am so depressed now. Any advice on how to make people realize what is going on?

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    1. Hah, no, I don't have a freakin' clue! Ultimately, once a few of your friends have been incinerated, blown up or have mysteriously died, one would think the rest might be ready to wake up though.

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    2. Yes, I believe that might do it. It is depressing though. Thanks.

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  31. I am a father.

    About 7 months ago, a FaceBook post about Fukushima caused me to start digging. Fukushima led to many things... the worst of which is this JJFH. Yes, JJFH is the worst possible problem. Facing it, and accepting it, has been a great challenge for me, and I'm sure for many of you too. It is bad beyond comprehension... yet the evidence continues to mount... every day. Thank You Jonny!

    I also came to learn about Near Death Experiences... I learned that there are many thousands of reports... A common trait reported is that people are very angry... they are angry about coming back to this human experience. It is generally accepted by the aware, that we are not a body with a soul. Rather, we are a soul inside a temporary container!

    For those new to these ideas, i strongly recommend "SpiritScience" on YouTube. Start with segment #1, and go from there. Your enlightenment will grow. You will find peace, blissfulness even.

    As a parent, with this awareness, I am patient, understanding, supportive... and I am thankful for all that's been, is, and will be. When (not if) my child suffers/dies... I will still be thankful. Always thankful.

    Lastly, Thank You Creator for Peaceful, Healthy, Happy People. This is an example of an 'affirmation'. The source of energy, the universe, God, whatever name does not matter... The source will move mountains to give you/us what is wanted... The source will decide the 'how'... Peaceful, Healthy, Happy People!

    Till we meet soul to soul, PeterC

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  32. Hi Jonny,

    I just found your site and really appreciate all you're doing. I'm checking it every day. I have been wondering how quickly this problem is accelerating; i.e. do you have any sense of how often these kinds of events were happening 5 or 10 years ago compared to now? Thanks!

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    1. Good question, and I have no idea. I mean, some things essentially never happened then but do now. 10 years ago there were so few young healthy people dropping dead that it wasn't on the radar at all. Now there are so many that it's a 'syndrome' - they had to make up a new word for it, 'Sudden Adult Death Syndrome'. Ten years ago there were so few people stripping naked and going insane that it wasn't on the radar at all. Now it's almost daily.

      The way I look at the acceleration is that it's probably a whole lot like that earthquake count curve I showed at the top of MISA Theory:

      http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/7715724-cataclysmic-earthquakes-and-volcanoes-are-coming

      Now imagine that curve continuing and steepening until today. That's probably about how much worse everything has gotten, generally, and that curve really has no end in sight. Now you'll ask, did the quakes continue to accelerate as they had been? No one but USGS will ever know, and they aren't telling the truth anymore - we simply can't trust centralized data sources anymore. So I quit counting that year because there's no way to believe whatever they may have said after that. All we can do now is trust what our eyes and logic tells us.

      So, look for new things. Like, major insurers bailing on the recycling industry. That's new, and it's a result of there being such an increase in catastrophic fires. The demand for air-conditioned buses is now DOWN in India as summer hits. That's new. That's because the buses keep bursting into flame and incinerating people, so people are altering their own behavior in response, even if they don't understand the underlying reason FOR all the fires. The thousands of antelope that mysteriously dropped dead in Khazakstan in 2010 - that was new, had never happened before, and took out a quarter of the planet's population of those endangered saiga antelope. The US government never tried to procure large numbers of buses for a motorcoach evacuation of the general population in the continental United States before. That's new, but they're doing it:

      https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=46ac00667f5bbe6435e3d7c04cef229e&tab=core&_cview=1

      We'll see plenty more new stuff too, I'm sure. This is the kind of problem that is so pervasive and complex that it is certain to throw us some curveballs and surprise us, likely in very unpleasant ways.

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  33. Just read your MISA article; yikes! Thanks for your detailed answer!

    Deb

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  34. I've been trying to figure out what the numbers at the top of the daily update mean. D looks like 'day' but I'm stumped as to what E, B and T mean.

    Thanks!

    Deb

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    1. Heh, yes, D is 'days since I started posting'. E is 'explosions', but only those related to a place where someone lives or is intended to live, like homes, apartments, RV trailers, RVs, mobile homes. B is for the number of boats that burned or exploded that day. And T is the number of tractor trailers (or equivalent, like crane trucks) that burned that day.

      It spells out DEBT, but I didn't even notice that myself, someone else did, and asked 'What's your DEBT scheme"' Heh, that question had me really seriously puzzled for a while until I realized what he meant!

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  35. Hello, I was wondering about an event you mentioned. The house fire in Avon Minnesota. Can you tell me anything else about that please.

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    1. Heh, can you be more specific? Seen many thousands of house fires, and a quick google search showed at least a couple of homes burning in Avon in the same week in February. Was it one of them?

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