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  1. You are a GENIUS. You, i believe, have the answer,s.This explains so much.I am stunned, shocked and i literally have goose bumps up my arm. Your right. wow thank you so much. later. wow.

  2. RE; H2S -- you are sooooo onto something very important!

  3. Very interesting hypothesis, I am curious if you have done any statistical work correlating atmosphereic H2S levels to the incidents that you are reporting on? You may be able to pull some hard data from CALIOP or DC-8 to verify if and where plumes of H2S exist (the raw data is available at You could also cross the H2S plumes against areas of Ozone depletion from the Aura dataset there.

  4. I don't think there is any accurate way to reliably measure H2S in the atmosphere. It's a heavier-than-air gas, so it's going to tend to concentrate along the ground, but then it's also not THAT much heavier-than-air, so it'll blow up over buildings and mountains sometimes too. So it could measure high 30 feet above the ground in one spot, but read completely clean twenty feet away, if a concentrated little blob is blowing through.

    So you'd need a 3-D grid of sensors as high as the atmosphere and as wide as possible, with fine granularity (like one sensor per meter) to really get any kind of accurate picture of where and at what concentration a gas like H2S is located and dispersed and reconcentrated by topography and so on as it accumulates (and breaks down too, into other chemicals) in the atmosphere.

    I don't know of anyone who has created such a thing. Maybe some kind of large swarm of mobile micro-drones could do it. I know the gubment has launched some rockets off the East Coast to analyze the atmosphere better in 3D. Maybe that's what they were doing - a 3D analysis of the atmosphere off the East Coast. It's not like any government-sourced data can really be trusted at this point though.

  5. Jonny Mnemonic, just wondering if you can verify the properties you describe concerning Hydrogen Sulfide, there is a Geothermal plant in the area where I live that frequently releases H2S and because it seems to maintain its concentration in such an erratic fashion it makes the people in the surrounding neighborhood seem like hypochondriacs but their symptoms are real.

    1. Not sure what you mean by 'verify the properties'. It's a poison gas. At low concentrations it can cause a variety of health issues: headaches, memory loss, kidney damage, heart damage, brain damage, respiratory problems, vomiting, rashes, lethargy, uneasiness. At higher concentrations it pretty much just kills you, but you may foam at the mouth or bleed out from eyes/nose/mouth as you die, or you may just fall over dead. If they find your corpse and it's fresh, it may have a blue-ish hue or your fingernails may be blue, and your lungs may fill with fluid (pulmonary edema). Because different people get poisoned in different ways (via air, or swimming in contaminated water, or ingesting contaminated food or food contaminated by contaminated water), and because concentrations vary, and because people themselves vary (weight, age, health, etc), the effects themselves can be pretty varied, ranging from annoyance to death.