Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Event Update For 2012-10-30

Link to full hypothesis

Summary of Hypothesis:
The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.


A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species, including sea mammals.
C. More and more MULTIPLES of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Recent Events Matching Predictions:

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.

2012-10-30 - Another refinery erupts in flame, this time at BP's facility in coastal Texas City (Texas):

Note: This city was just told to shelter-in-place due to a toxic chemical cloud, blamed on hydrochloric acid, as mentioned in the 2012-10-24 update, less than a week ago...

2012-10-30 - Boat bursts into flame, burns and sinks, at Shark Bay Ponui Island (New Zealand):

2012-10-30 - Boat bursts into flame in Melvindale (Michigan), near the Rouge River:

Note: Also mentioned, two garages and a trash container burning, all in the same block...

2012-10-30 - Boat bursts into flame in Bal Harbour (Florida):

2012-10-30 - At least five tractor trailers and box trucks destroyed by fire in coastal Deerfield Beach (Florida):

Quote: "...workers at the Graebel Van Line at 2900 SW 15th Street heard a series of explosions coming from a tractor trailer. By the time firefighters arrived, they say five or six 18-wheelers and box trucks were fully-engulfed in flames."

2012-10-30 - RV bursts into flame on U.S. 93 near Congress (Arizona), nice pic:

Quote: "The fire was so intense it stopped all traffic North and Southbound."

2012-10-30 - RV bursts into flame at home near Lurgan (Ireland), fire spreads to other vehicles:

2012-10-30 - Mobile dental van bursts into flame in Gatton (Australia):

2012-10-30 - Van bursts into flame in front of the Union Hotel in Heathcote (Australia):

2012-10-30 - SUV bursts into flame on I-4 in Orlando (Florida):,0,

2012-10-30 - Sixteen Fisker Karmas burst into flame and burn in holding area in Port Newark (New Jersey):

Note: First these cars were flooded by Sandy then after the water receded they burned up. This is another sign that Sandy brought in flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane with it (very probably both), from offshore, as the storm's northern 'arms' moved east-to-west, counter-clockwise. Considering this fire, the 80 homes burning in Queens, the car burning outside the hospital, the multiple homes burning in Connecticut, and many more fires in the aftermath of Sandy, I am calling this storm the first significant 'burnicane', and there will surely be many more such...

2012-10-30 - Police car bursts into flame on Hursley Road in Fazakerley (Britain):

Note: Their assumption is that 'youths' did this, but don't mention any witnesses seeing anyone, nor any evidence of people being involved at all. In normal times perhaps such assumptions would hold more merit, but it seems unwise to make such assumptions now...

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame on Cordova Bay Road near coastal Mount Douglas Park (Canada):

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame in bank parking lot in Faridabad (India), nice pic:

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame on Colwell Lane on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame, explodes, in garage in Gloucester (Britain), fire spreads to garage, home:

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame at car dealership in St. John's (Canada), fire spreads, damages adjacent car:

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame in St. Budeaux (Britain):

2012-10-30 - Car bursts into flame at home in Macleod (Australia):

2012-10-30 - Motorcycle bursts into flame outside residence in Devonshire on the island of Bermuda:

2012-10-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame inside garage at home in Goddard (Kansas):

2012-10-30 - Vehicle bursts into flame at the I-10/I-25 interchange in Las Cruces (New Mexico):

2012-10-30 - Explosion rocks Con-Ed substation in Manhattan (New York) as Sandy rips through the area:,0,7862608.story

2012-10-30 - Fires rage across the barrier island of Mantoloking (New Jersey):

Note: Above two stories are both the effects of Burnicane Sandy...

2012-10-30 - Inferno destroys furniture store in Lima (Ohio):

Note: Wood is absorbing hydrogen-sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. There have been quite a number of wood-related fires these last few months. Other wood-related fires include pallets, a piano, a prison wood shop, piers, decks and porches, probably some of the roof fires, lumber companies, cabinet shops, framing shops, door companies, utility poles, a chair company, an art warehouse (wood frames), and on and on...

2012-10-30 - Mobile home explodes and burns, completely destroyed, in Little Axe (Oklahoma):

2012-10-30 - Vacant warehouse heavily damaged by fire in Ontario (Canada):

Quote: "...he said it was once used to store paper products. There were still some rolls of corrugated paper, flooring materials and pallets inside when the warehouse went up in flames."

Note: More wood/paper spontaneously combusting...

2012-10-30 - Wood pile bursts into flame at duck farm in Bourbon (Indiana):,0,6066841.story

Note: And more wood burning up. Duck farm also probably means there are some ponds or lakes nearby...

2012-10-30 - Five homes burn in Flint (Michigan), apparently most or all of them vacant:

2012-10-30 - Unoccupied home and vacant home burn in East Liverpool (Ohio):

2012-10-30 - Vacant home burns in Portland (Connecticut):

2012-10-30 - Vacant storage building burns in Saugatuck (Michigan):

2012-10-30 - Vacant house burns in Kernsersville (North Carolina):

2012-10-30 - Vacant home burns in South Bend (Indiana):

2012-10-30 - Vacant house burns in Camden (New Jersey), fire spreads to adjacent vacant house:

B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species, including sea mammals.

2012-10-30 - Large fish kill reported at Illawong Beach, Queensland (Australia):

2012-10-30 - Thousands of fish found dead at Lake Madeline in coastal Galveston (Texas):

C. More and more MULTIPLES of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.

2012-10-30 - Couple found dead in home in Santa Ysabel (California):

D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.

2012-10-30 - College student, 18, found unconscious in dorm at state college in Pullman (Washington), dies shortly later:

2012-10-30 - College student found dead in dorm at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton (Georgia):

Note: That's four college students found dead in dorms in the last two days. The ongoing human die-off is becoming more obvious...

2012-10-30 - Woman, 20, found dead in her apartment in Jefferson City (Missouri):

2012-10-30 - Man found dead in the Harvey Canal in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

2012-10-30 - Woman found dead in submerged car in pond in Honesdale (Pennsylvania):

2012-10-30 - Man, 51, found dead near the south end of the Clinton Lake dam near Clinton (Illinois):

2012-10-30 - Man, 62, found dead in car on Channel Drive near Buttefly Beach in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2012-10-30 - Missing man, 23, found dead in Lake Success near Old Horn Cove in Tulare County (California):

2012-10-30 - Cop, 28, saving his family from Sandy on Staten Island (New York), goes to basement, next seen dead:

Quote: "Kasprzak then told one of the women he rescued that he was going to check the basement but would be right back."

Note: Whatever hydrogen sulfide that Sandy may have swept onshore from the ocean would naturally flow to the lowest-lying areas around, being a heavier-than-air gas. And with the storm, his house may have had broken windows, letting the gas flow inside easily. He probably lost consciousness in the basement then fell over and breathed water until dead...

2012-10-30 - Man, about 40, found dead in gorge near Imphal (India):

2012-10-30 - Man found dead in wash in Mentone (California):

2012-10-30 - Woman found dead in field in Visalia (California) in the San Joaquin Valley:

2012-10-30 - Missing man found dead in creek in Jackson County (Alabama):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-10-30 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing after reporting landing gear problems, in Omaha (Nebraska):

2012-10-30 - Small plane crashes at airport in Edmonton (Canada), 2 injured:

2012-10-30 - Helicopter crashes into Lake Havasu (Arizona), both occupants escape injury:

2012-10-30 - Five-vehicle chain reaction crash in Waukesha County (Wisconsin), SUV bursts into flame, 5 injured:

Quote: "Obviously, the impact was significant enough to cause a vehicle to start fire, which doesn't happen that often..."

Note: Oh yeah? It's happening all the time now...

2012-10-30 - Tractor tailer hauling Coca-Cola overturns in Salinas (California) near the coast:

2012-10-30 - Tractor trailer hauling glass overturns on I-5 in Stockton (California), shattered glass all over:

2012-10-30 - Cattle truck overturns in Pokeno, Auckland (New Zealand):

2012-10-30 - Garbage truck overturns on the A30 near Ide (Britain):

2012-10-30 - Passenger bus overturns, falls into ditch, in the Thokar Niaz Baig area (Pakistan), 4 killed, 18 injured:

2012-10-30 - Passenger van crashes into truck near Bahawalpur (Pakistan), at least 24 killed and 12 injured:

2012-10-30 - Van veers over centerline, slams dump truck head-on, in West Hennepin (Minnesota), both burn, 1 killed, 1 injured:

2012-10-30 - Minivan veers over centerline, hits cement truck head-on, in Independence (Minnesota), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2012-10-30 - Car and tractor trailer collide head-on, on Route 283 in Lancaster County (Pennsylvania), 1 killed:

2012-10-30 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, near Lunderston Bay (Scotland), 2 lightly injured:

2012-10-30 - Car crashes into building on River Street in Hyde Park (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2012-10-30 - Car and motorcycle collide near Bridgnorth (Britain) by the River Severn, car bursts into flame, 1 killed, 1 injured:

Animal Attacks:

2012-10-30 - Shark attacks surfer at the Bunker Surf Spot in Humboldt County (California):

Note: As the biosphere breaks down and the fish kills continue, many of which occur in the ocean where humans don't notice, sharks are going to have to find new sources of us. This is the second shark attack this month off California's coast...

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-10-30 - Man finds his tapwater is flammable in Napoleonville (Louisiana):

Note: The methane hydrates along the coast in the Gulf of Mexico are probably melting, just as the deposits are off the East Coast. As they melt, the gas will bubble up (as has been reported), get into the water supply like this, cause fires, etc.

2012-10-30 - HazMat event in Santa Teresa (New Mexico), around 200 people sickened, shelter-in-place warning:

Quote: "Three of those people were hospitalized and the others treated at the scene for what was described as difficulty breathing, light-headedness, nausea and dizziness."

Note: Officials don't know what the cause was. However, those are all possible symptoms of hydrogen sulfide exposure, and it was just a month ago that hydrogen sulfide was detected in Southern California. Maybe some has blown into New Mexico now...

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