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Modern Seppuku

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A suicide technique that mixes household chemicals to produce a deadly hydrogen sulfide gas became a grisly fad in Japan last year. Now it’s slowly seeping into the United States over the internet, according to emergency workers, who are alarmed at the potential for innocent causalities.

At least 500 Japanese men, women and children took their lives in the first half of 2008 by following instructions posted on Japanese websites, which describe how to mix bath sulfur with toilet bowl cleaner to create a poisonous gas. One site includes an application to calculate the correct portions of each ingredient based on room volume, along with a PDF download of a ready-made warning sign to alert neighbors and emergency workers to the deadly hazard.

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Well, it seems that the Hikiko Mori, Lost Decade, and a general depression in Japan has given those who wish to commit suicide a new method. Now it seems to have made it to the US also. Of course as our country and global economy melts like a thermonuclear Chernobyl, expect to see more of this I think…

Last month we shed 700K jobs…

Layoffs are still coming…


Written by Krypt3ia

2009/03/13 at 23:20

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  1. A new suicide method has been developed as an alternative to hanging suicide and briquette suicide (carbon monoxide poisoning).
    You don’t have to provide rope for suicide by hanging or make a fire for suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning.
    It is easier than suicide by hanging or by briquette (carbon monoxide poisoning).

    Only mix 2 kinds of liquids those you can buy at drugstore or at gardening corner of homecenter.
    [Hydrogen sulfide],a potent poison than carbon monoxide,occur quickly.
    * It is sometimes misunderstanded with “chlorine gas”,but it is [Hydrogen sulfide],more potently. *
    You can lose your senses in a second(knock down:painless!!) if you breath [high concentration hydrogen sulfide] over 1000ppm!!!!
    You can’t “knock down” with “chlorine gas”!

    Strong Acid + Calcium Polysulfides = Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)

    *If in a bathroom or a car,enough with each 2 litters (about half gallon).
    *You can use sulfuric acid of a car battery as strong acid, and you can use a pesticide lime sulfur as calcium polysulfides.

    It reachs a fatal concentration above 1000ppm quickly.
    (Please mix in a vessel, such as buckets)

    Acid Sources
    Lysol(R) Ready to Use Disinfectant (4-8 percent citric and hydroxyacetic acid)
    Lysol(R) Toilet Bowl Cleaner (9.5 percent HCl)
    Sno Bol(R) Toilet Cleaner (15 percent HCl)
    The Works(R) Toilet Bowl Cleaner (15-25 percent HCl)
    Blu-Lite(R) Germicidal Acid Bowl Cleaner (20.5 percent phosphoric acid)
    Kaboom(R) Shower, Tub, and Tile Cleaner (5-7 percent urea-monohydrochloric acid)
    Tile, stone cleaners (1-30 percent HCl)

    Sulfur Sources
    Artist oil paints (0-15 percent zinc sulfide)
    Dandruff shampoos (1.0 percent selenium sulfide)
    **Pesticides (5-30 percent calcium polysulfides) coooooooooool!!!!!!!!
    Spackling paste (1-2 percent zinc sulfide)
    Some latex paints (6.6 percent zinc sulfide)
    Garden fungicides (5-90 percent sulfur)

    Hydrogen Sulfide: A Potential First Responder Hazard
    Advisory New York State Office of Homeland Security September 26, 2008
    Emergency Managers Advisory

    Click to access DHS_Note_Hydrogen_Sulfide.pdf

    Dangerous Japanese ‘Detergent Suicide’ Technique Creeps Into U.S.

    Chemical TerrorismFact Sheet
    Blood Gas Agents – Hydrogen Sulfide

    Click to access hydrosul.pdf

    Mujahideen Poisons Handbook

    Click to access functions.php


    2009/03/20 at 11:17

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