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Old 06-10-2008, 11:59 AM
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Spate of 'detergent suicides' hits Japan - CNN.com

Spate of 'detergent suicides' hits JapanStory Highlights
Man, 24, mixed detergent, cleaning fluids to make toxic fumes

Fumes escaped from apartment, 350 people evacuated

Man's death latest in string of suicides encouraged by Internet sites

Japan has one of the highest suicide rates in the world






TOKYO, Japan (CNN) -- A 24-year-old Japanese man killed himself by mixing laundry detergent and cleaning fluids, releasing noxious fumes into the air and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people from their homes.

The man mixed the chemicals in his home in Otaru, on the island of Hokkaido and was found dead shortly after midnight Wednesday.

Around 350 people were forced to flee their homes to escape the poisonous fumes, thought to be hydrogen sulfide.

The man's mother fell unconscious after inhaling the fumes and was taken to a hospital where she later recovered, a Hokkaido prefectural police spokesman said.

The latest death comes after a 14-year-old Japanese girl killed herself using the same method last week. Ninety neighbors were sickened by fumes and had to be treated in the incident in southwestern Japan.

In the week the girl died, a 31-year-old man outside Tokyo killed himself inside a car by mixing detergent and bath salts, police said.

Hydrogen sulfide gas is colorless and has a similar odor to that of rotten eggs. When inhaled, it can lead to suffocation or brain damage.

Police in Kori, northern Japan, Thursday also arrested a farmer for allegedly trying to kill his 82-year-old mother with the same gas by mixing toilet cleaner with mothballs in a bucket, The Associated Press reported.

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The farmer, Nobuya Matsuno, was mixing the chemicals on Wednesday when his 80-year-old father caught him and called police, a Fukushima prefecture police spokesman said, also on condition of anonymity because of policy, according to AP.

The suicides are seen as part of a spate of detergent-related deaths that experts say have been encouraged by Internet suicide sites since last summer.

Seiji Yoshikawa, deputy head of the Internet Hot Line, which operates under the guidelines of police, said the number of sites promoting detergent suicides soared in April. "They are rife on the Internet. Writing examples include 'you can die easily and beautifully' and 'this is much easier than charcoal-burning suicide," Yoshikawa said, referring to a once-popular suicide method, AP reported.

A day before the Otaru incident, alarmed by the wave of detergent suicides, Japan's National Police Agency urged Internet providers Wednesday to delete materials from Web sites showing readers how to mix the chemicals, officials said Thursday.

Some sites reportedly provide "poison gas" warnings that viewers can print out and hang outside their doors when they kill themselves.

However, the recipes could still be accessed from various Web sites Thursday.

Media reports in Japan also suggested that the number of similar deaths had reached about 50 this year, including several cases in which bystanders were sickened.

Japan has one of the highest rates of suicide in the world and the Japanese government, recently announced its goal of cutting the suicide rate by 20 percent in 10 years by reducing unemployment, boosting workplace counseling and filtering Web sites that promote suicide.


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Girl's suicide leaves dozens ill from fumes - CNN.com

updated 9:00 a.m. EDT, Thu April 24, 2008



Girl's suicide leaves dozens ill from fumesStory Highlights
Girl, 14, mixed detergent, cleanser to make toxic fumes

Fumes escaped from bathroom, sickening 90 people in apartment house

Girl's death latest in string of suicides encouraged by Internet sites

Japan has ninth-highest suicide rate in world, government says

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TOKYO, Japan (AP) -- A 14-year-old Japanese girl killed herself by mixing laundry detergent with cleanser, releasing fumes that also sickened 90 people in her apartment house, police said Thursday as they grappled with a spate of similar suicides.


Emergency responders enter an apartment building in Konan, Japan, where a girl commited suicide.

None of the sickened neighbors in Konan, southern Japan, was severely ill, although about 10 were hospitalized, authorities said. The deadly hydrogen sulfide gas escaped from the girl's bathroom window and entered neighboring apartments.

The girl's suicide Wednesday night was part of an expanding string of similar deaths that experts say have been encouraged by Internet suicide sites since last summer.

A 31-year-old man outside Tokyo killed himself inside a car early Thursday by mixing detergent and bath salts, police said. A local police spokesman refused to give further details, but Kyodo News agency reported that the man put a sign reading "Stay Away" on the car window.

At a business hotel in Shiga prefecture in western Japan, a man in his 30s was found dead Thursday morning by employees who noticed a strange smell coming from his room, according to national broadcaster NHK. Shiga police said officials are investigating the incident as a case of suicide by hydrogen sulfide gas but could not elaborate.

Reports of another similar death emerged Thusday afternoon when the body of a 42-year-old woman in Nagoya, central Japan, was found in a bathtub. According to Kyodo, there was toilet cleaner and bath powder nearby, along with a sign outside that read, "Poisonous gas being emitted. Caution."

Nagoya police said they could not comment on the case, but Kyodo said that fire officials called to the scene did not detect hydrogen sulfide gas.

The method has alarmed officials because of the danger that bystanders can be hurt.

"It's easy, and everyone can do it," said Yasuaki Shimizu, director of Lifelink, a Tokyo-based group specializing in halting suicides. "Also, there is a lot of information teaching people how to do it on the Internet."

Police say they have not tallied the number of detergent-related suicides, but media reports suggest that it has reached about 30 this year, including several cases in which others were also sickened.

The 14-year-old girl, whose name was not released by police, followed the pattern of other deaths.

She mixed detergent with a liquid cleanser in her bathroom, police said. The door was closed, and she had affixed a sign on the outside warning, "Gas being emitted," Kyodo reported.

Most of those sickened nearby complained of sore throats, and about 30 people were evacuated to a nearby gymnasium.

Hydrogen sulfide gas is colorless and characterized by an odor similar to that of rotten eggs. When inhaled, it can lead to suffocation or brain damage.

Japan's government has long battled to contain the country's alarmingly high suicide rate. A total of 32,155 people killed themselves in 2006, giving the country the ninth highest rate in the world, according to the government.

Suicides first passed the 30,000 mark in 1998, near the height of an economic slump that left many bankrupt, jobless and desperate.

The government has earmarked 22.5 billion yen ($220 million) for anti-suicide programs to help those with depression and other mental conditions.

Last year it set a goal of cutting the suicide rate by 20 percent in 10 years through steps such as reducing unemployment, boosting workplace counseling and filtering Web sites that promote suicide.

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Old 06-15-2008, 07:35 AM
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"The Happening"

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Film review: 'Happening' shocks, then bores
Wednesday June 11 10:00 PM ET

For a movie called "The Happening" not much happens.

M. Night Shyamalan effectively delivers the usual broody air of foreboding that has been a trademark of his hits ("The Sixth Sense" and "Signs") and misses ("Lady in the Water" and "Unbreakable").

And this fear-mongering story of an airborne toxin that causes victims to snuff themselves in nasty ways shoving hairpins into their throats, hurling themselves en masse off a high rise, the like induces plenty of seat-squirming. The shock value wears off quickly, though, and writer-director Shyamalan strands us (along with Mark Wahlberg and Zooey Deschanel) in an ultimately boring cautionary tale with an infantile eco-message.

Thankfully, Shyamalan's not trying to pull great surprises anymore. He sneaked up on us brilliantly with an ending to "The Sixth Sense" that made just about everyone want to see it again.

Since then, his attempts to startle mostly have been flimsy gimmicks, though the end to "The Village" while not terribly surprising, packed provocative notions about creating your own monsters while trying to shield yourself from the horrors of the world at large.

In "The Happening," those horrors land abruptly and mysteriously as crowds in New York's Central Park become disoriented one morning, then start killing themselves savagely. The phenomena spreads through Manhattan, then to Philadelphia, Boston and other cities, trickling down to smaller and smaller Northeast towns, villages and pockets of people.

By way of lame explanation, a TV news talking head babbles some scientific nonsense about a substance that blocks the brain's self-preservation neurotransmitters.

At first, it's assumed this is a terrorist attack. But as the day wears on, observers realize none too plausibly, given the skimpy anecdotal evidence and utter lack of empirical validation that our green friends in the plant world are the source of some deadly toxin.

Philly science teacher Elliot Moore (Wahlberg) and wife Alma (Deschanel) flee the city by train along with his buddy Julian (John Leguizamo) and his 8-year-old daughter, Jess (Ashlyn Sanchez).

Stranded in rural Pennsylvania, Julian heads off to search for his missing wife, leaving his daughter in the care of Elliot and Alma, who join other survivors rushing through the boondocks to stay ahead of the toxin.

From here, "The Happening" deflates from its grisly, early promise to repetitive images of people running through fields, the unlucky ones suddenly stopping, then searching about for convenient ways to do themselves in.

By the time a guy cranks up a giant lawnmower and lies down in front of it, Shyamalan's images of mass suicide have grown tiresome.

There's little room for Wahlberg and Deschanel to do more than react in terror, and both are rather bland even at that. A feeble marital rift Shyamalan tosses in does nothing to spice up the drama.

Gradually, "The Happening" turns weird for the sake of turning weird as Elliot and Alma take refuge with a crazy old woman (Betty Buckley, the step-mom from "Eight Is Enough" remember her?).

Shyamalan manages to keep in check the overactive ego that led him to take on tiny roles a la an Alfred Hitchcock walk-on in some movies and the all-out narcissism he displayed by casting himself as a writer whose book will be the basis of humanity's salvation in "Lady in the Water."

He does slip himself into "The Happening," though, providing the phone voice of a man with whom Alma has a flirtation.

The movie's vague, shame-on-us finger-pointing would have been tepid in the 1960s and '70s, when Hollywood condemned our rapacious species with more fun and interesting future-shock stories such as "Planet of the Apes" and "Silent Running."

Shyamalan states that the idea for "The Happening" the entire structure and the characters came to him in an instant as he drove through rural New Jersey and was hit by the thought, "What if nature one day turned on us?"

Fine, nice start. But all Shyamalan ever came up with is a start, an intriguing impetus for a story that ultimately goes nowhere and says nothing.

"The Happening," a 20th Century Fox release, is rated R for violent and disturbing images. Running time: 91 minutes. Two stars out of four.

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Motion Picture Association of America rating definitions:

G General audiences. All ages admitted.

PG Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.

PG-13 Special parental guidance strongly suggested for children under 13. Some material may be inappropriate for young children.

R Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.

NC-17 No one under 17 admitted.
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Old 06-15-2008, 12:31 PM
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Another deadly combination is caused by bleach being mixed with ammonia

Household bleach has a chemical formula of NaOCl - that is, one atom each of sodium, oxygen, and chlorine. Its chemical name, for the curious, is sodium hypochlorite. Ammonia has a chemical formula of NH3, that is, one atom of nitrogen and three atoms of hydrogen. When these two compounds are combined, the following reaction takes place:
2(parts)NaOCl + 2NH3 --> 2NaONH3 + Cl2.
Do you see that Cl2 on the right hand side there? This means one part chlorine gas, made up of diatomic (two atom) molecules. It also means that the chlorine gas has been liberated from the bleach, and is quite capable of causing you harm when inhaled!

Another potential reaction, which occurs when a greater amount of bleach is added than ammonia, is this:
3NaOCl + NH3 --> 3NaOH + NCl3
That's sodium hydroxide and Nitrogen Trichloride. Nitrogen Trichloride is a very toxic chemical to humans, and even if you did get close enough to ingest it, it would probably explode in your face first, as it is also a very volatile explosive. There is little necessity in explaining why that is bad.

Still another reaction - in three parts this time - can occur, producing Hydrazine (N2H4, a component of rocket fuel) if you have more ammonia than bleach:
NH3 + NaOCl --> NaOH + NH2Cl.
These two products then react with ammonia as follows:
NH3 + NH2Cl + NaOH -->N2H4 + NaCl + H2O.
One last reaction occurs to stabilise the reagents:
2NH2Cl + N2H4 --> 2 NH4Cl + N2.
This last equation is of particular interest because of the amount of heat it produces. The heat is so great that it usually leads to an explosion.

One should NEVER attempt to create the chemicals described above as it could result in injury or even death.
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Old 06-16-2008, 08:04 AM
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Another deadly combination is caused by bleach being mixed with ammonia

Household bleach has a chemical formula of NaOCl - that is, one atom each of sodium, oxygen, and chlorine. Its chemical name, for the curious, is sodium hypochlorite. Ammonia has a chemical formula of NH3, that is, one atom of nitrogen and three atoms of hydrogen. When these two compounds are combined, the following reaction takes place:
2(parts)NaOCl + 2NH3 --> 2NaONH3 + Cl2.
Do you see that Cl2 on the right hand side there? This means one part chlorine gas, made up of diatomic (two atom) molecules. It also means that the chlorine gas has been liberated from the bleach, and is quite capable of causing you harm when inhaled!

Another potential reaction, which occurs when a greater amount of bleach is added than ammonia, is this:
3NaOCl + NH3 --> 3NaOH + NCl3
That's sodium hydroxide and Nitrogen Trichloride. Nitrogen Trichloride is a very toxic chemical to humans, and even if you did get close enough to ingest it, it would probably explode in your face first, as it is also a very volatile explosive. There is little necessity in explaining why that is bad.

Still another reaction - in three parts this time - can occur, producing Hydrazine (N2H4, a component of rocket fuel) if you have more ammonia than bleach:
NH3 + NaOCl --> NaOH + NH2Cl.
These two products then react with ammonia as follows:
NH3 + NH2Cl + NaOH -->N2H4 + NaCl + H2O.
One last reaction occurs to stabilise the reagents:
2NH2Cl + N2H4 --> 2 NH4Cl + N2.
This last equation is of particular interest because of the amount of heat it produces. The heat is so great that it usually leads to an explosion.

One should NEVER attempt to create the chemicals described above as it could result in injury or even death.
you have a dangerous mind there buddy.
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Old 06-16-2008, 08:40 AM
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I didn't realize this was a "Suicide Assistance" thread.
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Old 06-16-2008, 11:22 AM
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you have a dangerous mind there buddy.
You never know these could help you fight back one day when the agents decide its your turn to board a train
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Old 06-16-2008, 12:17 PM
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You never know these could help you fight back one day when the agents decide its your turn to board a train
Hey, Mr. FEAR MONGER, typing from a computer in GITMO cell block number 14 who is an Illuminati Assasinator, I'm the type who prefers to go down kicking.

But, then again, I'm the type who gets back up when I get knocked down.

What type of torture are they inflicting on you today?

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Thats fine BlueDemon i wasnt speaking to you though. I dont care what you think youre gonna do
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redrat11 ?

i also thought too that certain mixes have profound affects on us .

suiside can be pushed along alittle bye these situations , however i have found that those who want to off tem self , usually are just waiting for he perfect excuse , or certain downer inwhich they find the ability to do it .

i have noticed , in the uk , that our whole market for childrens drinks are cornered with aspartame .

if it was one or two , or may 50/50 , then i could just let it ride .
but to think the whole markets is covered , and hardy nowhere can i find a childs drink with out it , only adds strength to the fact that these poeple who want to make a quick buck bye targeting childrens drinks with a brain destroying chemicals , are no different to those in the pop industry who practice pedo philosophies .

they are all monsters .
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Hi,

I need help I have 2.5 liters of hydrochloric Acid at 36% purity, but for my life i cant find lime sulphar, or products containing calcium polysulfide in the UK.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, someone let me know what products in the UK i can buy lime sulphar, or other product's containing calcium polysulfides in the UK?
I tried buying lime sulphar from ebay but they wont ship from America as customs will seize it, tried a website in the UK asked for 17 bottles as they where small, the guy rung me up and said he would only sell me two, as people are using it for suicide.
I cant win, please some one help me stop this mental pain.
31 year old male from UK Cambridge.
Thanks
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