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Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
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RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:56 PM)
You can already see it happening look... connect pugetsound in washington follow the willamette valley down through oregon, connect it with the long Valley, in california then over to the saulton sea down, and down into the gulf of california. Its A rift and its rifting.
You can see it on google earth just stare at it for a min and it'll hit ya.

Could the hum we hear in Seattle be related in some way? Could "they" be doing something bizarre like stitching the 2 sides of the rift together underground?

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Post: #47
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
Article from August 30.
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AQMD is Investigating Odor in Pass Area

Patch previously reported the smell as coming from the Salton Sea. However, the South Coast AQMD has not been able to verify the Salton Sea as the source of foul odors reported this week in the Coachella Valley, according to a spokesman.

AQMD has deployed field inspectors to the area this week in response to complaints from residents. Although the scent of the Salton Sea is commonly experienced in the fall and winter months, the Air Quality Management District has not attributed these odors to the Salton Sea.


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The Air Quality Management District is investigating the smells coming west that are being experienced throughout the Pass area.

The district lists the causes attributed to the decaying of the Salton Sea:

•The high salinity of the Salton Sea, which is caused by the salt influx from irrigation runoff (especially Selenium, a Sulfur-like element)
•The high evaporation rate
•lack of sea outlet
•Inflow of untreated water from Mexico through the New River
•Algae decomposition after a “planktonic boom”
•Winds blowing from the east make the smell noticeable as far west as Calimesa.

The Salton Sea is located in Imperial County, about 80 miles from the Pass area.

http://banning-beaumont.patch.com/articl...-pass-area
(This post was last modified: 09-10-2012 10:02 PM by •REC.)
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Post: #48
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
I'm in Palm Springs and the air smelled like dead fish from the salton sea's massive fishkill.

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Post: #49
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:56 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:53 PM)
Salton Sea likely source of rotten egg smell in SoCal, state forestry official says

Salton Sea fish die-off

The source of the rotten-egg smell wafting through the Inland Empire and the Los Angeles Basin is most likely the Salton Sea, said Chief Julie Hutchinson, spokeswoman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Hutchinson said the monsoonal moisture being pushed into the area from a storm in Mexico is delivering the pungent odor, which has been so strong that some homeowners have been worried they may have a leaky sewer pipe.

"I'm 99.9% sure it's the Salton Sea,'' Hutchinson said. "It's just a nasty, funky smell from the Salton Sea. … We've had it before.''

Officials with the Southern California Air Quality Management District said they've received hundreds of calls about the sulfur odor and have dispatched investigators to positively identify the source.

"It just reeks," said Chris Tatum, a steelworker from Riverside who was at home when the smell wafted through town Monday morning. "It smells like rotten muck. I thought there was a fire or something. I couldn't tell what it was."

Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey said his department has received hundreds of phone calls — including some to 911 — about the odor, which he said has been detected from the Palm Springs area to Simi Valley.

Officials are urging residents not to clog 911 lines as investigators look into the source of a mysterious foul odor reported across Southern California on Monday.


http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/20...-eggs.html

I have enough faith in people to think they may know the difference between the smell of rotten eggs and the smell of rotten fish.

I'm not buying that one - but thanks for posting Rec!

I agree...sulphur doesn't smell like anything but sulphur. Jhikpghf
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Post: #50
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
I live in the San bernardino mountains and smelled it when I woke up. It's not the salton sea! For it to be 4000 feet above the inland empire is definitely strange. Our weather up on the "rim of the world" and even the air is different from the cities below. For that smell to be up there.... Kinda freaked out right now and leaving work early.

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Post: #51
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:56 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:53 PM)
Salton Sea likely source of rotten egg smell in SoCal, state forestry official says

Salton Sea fish die-off

The source of the rotten-egg smell wafting through the Inland Empire and the Los Angeles Basin is most likely the Salton Sea, said Chief Julie Hutchinson, spokeswoman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Hutchinson said the monsoonal moisture being pushed into the area from a storm in Mexico is delivering the pungent odor, which has been so strong that some homeowners have been worried they may have a leaky sewer pipe.

"I'm 99.9% sure it's the Salton Sea,'' Hutchinson said. "It's just a nasty, funky smell from the Salton Sea. … We've had it before.''

Officials with the Southern California Air Quality Management District said they've received hundreds of calls about the sulfur odor and have dispatched investigators to positively identify the source.

"It just reeks," said Chris Tatum, a steelworker from Riverside who was at home when the smell wafted through town Monday morning. "It smells like rotten muck. I thought there was a fire or something. I couldn't tell what it was."

Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey said his department has received hundreds of phone calls — including some to 911 — about the odor, which he said has been detected from the Palm Springs area to Simi Valley.

Officials are urging residents not to clog 911 lines as investigators look into the source of a mysterious foul odor reported across Southern California on Monday.


http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/20...-eggs.html

I have enough faith in people to think they may know the difference between the smell of rotten eggs and the smell of rotten fish.

I'm not buying that one - but thanks for posting Rec!

It smelled nothing like the rotten-egg additive that is present in gas and everything like rotten fish. I used to live on the beach in Florida and know the difference having been a cook for a decade.

And where are they now?
The little children of Stonehenge
And what would they say to us?
If we were here... tonight
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Post: #52
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2012 10:02 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:56 PM)
•REC  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:53 PM)
Salton Sea likely source of rotten egg smell in SoCal, state forestry official says

Salton Sea fish die-off

The source of the rotten-egg smell wafting through the Inland Empire and the Los Angeles Basin is most likely the Salton Sea, said Chief Julie Hutchinson, spokeswoman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

Hutchinson said the monsoonal moisture being pushed into the area from a storm in Mexico is delivering the pungent odor, which has been so strong that some homeowners have been worried they may have a leaky sewer pipe.

"I'm 99.9% sure it's the Salton Sea,'' Hutchinson said. "It's just a nasty, funky smell from the Salton Sea. … We've had it before.''

Officials with the Southern California Air Quality Management District said they've received hundreds of calls about the sulfur odor and have dispatched investigators to positively identify the source.

"It just reeks," said Chris Tatum, a steelworker from Riverside who was at home when the smell wafted through town Monday morning. "It smells like rotten muck. I thought there was a fire or something. I couldn't tell what it was."

Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey said his department has received hundreds of phone calls — including some to 911 — about the odor, which he said has been detected from the Palm Springs area to Simi Valley.

Officials are urging residents not to clog 911 lines as investigators look into the source of a mysterious foul odor reported across Southern California on Monday.


http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/20...-eggs.html

I have enough faith in people to think they may know the difference between the smell of rotten eggs and the smell of rotten fish.

I'm not buying that one - but thanks for posting Rec!

I agree...sulphur doesn't smell like anything but sulphur. Jhikpghf

Follow up post #47.
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Post: #53
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
Good find REC.
My dad lives in desert hot springs and is ready for quakes, as best he can.
He told me not to go salton sea because it stank. But peeps in LA would never smell it.
Doom on, for cali.
Nancy leider should ask the zetas,snarc.
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Post: #54
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
Live in Fullerton, CA. Noticed a strong sulfur smell last night that nobody could explain.
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RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-10-2012 10:04 PM)
Live in Fullerton, CA. Noticed a strong sulfur smell last night that nobody could explain.

Jhikpghf Downtown L.A. / Dodger Stadium / Eagle Rock / Los Feliz
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Post: #56
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
GreenAQ  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:40 PM)
Karu  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:32 PM)
Magma is on the move....The Salton Sea is located ON the San Andreas Fault line AND it has recently been noticed that steam plumes are coming from the fault lines here. This could be mother nature's warning of an earthquake coming!

Definitely a sign. Now I wonder if there are people who accurately predicted Fukushima know this is coming on a definite date? Is it in a few days or in a month? or months?

From what I'm reading, a few weeks,maybe.
All you SoCal folks be watching pets for unusual signs and if the bugs quit making any noise-do whatever it is your supposed to do to stay safe in an earthquake.(East Coaster here-I have no idea what to do and would be screwed if we got anything bigger than last summersHiding3)
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Post: #57
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
Crap, just found this on our local Seattle utility blog from 7 Sep (that date keeps popping up). If California does the same thing, it could be a HUGE gas leak!!

Puget Sound Energy ‏@PSETalk

@claycha yep [b]we add a rotten-egg or sulfur smell to natural gas
so that you can detect a natural gas leak. #safety [/b]

https://twitter.com/PSETalk
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RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
Great comments from Cali. residents. Thanks for input. Cheers
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Post: #59
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
Tyche Unleashed  Wrote: (09-10-2012 10:06 PM)
GreenAQ  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:40 PM)
Karu  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:32 PM)
Magma is on the move....The Salton Sea is located ON the San Andreas Fault line AND it has recently been noticed that steam plumes are coming from the fault lines here. This could be mother nature's warning of an earthquake coming!

Definitely a sign. Now I wonder if there are people who accurately predicted Fukushima know this is coming on a definite date? Is it in a few days or in a month? or months?

From what I'm reading, a few weeks,maybe.
All you SoCal folks be watching pets for unusual signs and if the bugs quit making any noise-do whatever it is your supposed to do to stay safe in an earthquake.(East Coaster here-I have no idea what to do and would be screwed if we got anything bigger than last summersHiding3)


The crickets/locusts here are as loud and annoying as ever.

And where are they now?
The little children of Stonehenge
And what would they say to us?
If we were here... tonight
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Post: #60
RE: Foul odor pervades Southern California, prompting 911 calls
GreenAQ  Wrote: (09-10-2012 09:01 PM)
Growing up in the OC down there I still remember days when it just smelled absolutely terrible outside with no explanation. Like methane... (fertilizer?) It always freaked me out.

if you were anywhere near riverside there are huge dairy farms, and if a cows ass is pointed in the right direction and the wind is just...

you know the rest chuckle
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