Sunday, November 4, 2012

Event Update For 2012-11-03

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.

2012-11-03 - Cruise boat bursts into flame on the Nile River in southern Egypt, 77 tourists evacuated:

2012-11-03 - Fuel tanker truck bursts into flame, overturns, massive fire breaks out, on I-40 in Cubero (New Mexico):

Quote: "... the driver heard a pop at the back of his rig, saw flames and tried to ease the truck into the median."

Note: That pop was brake-friction igniting a tire that had absorbed hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, or that was gas along the ground igniting directly. Either way, fire broke out in one of his wheel wells, and that probably caused a tire to explode, which is also likely why he overturned. Big trucks like this involve a huge amount of mass, more than 20 tons in many cases, and slowing that much mass requires a lot of brake-friction, which means a lot of heat is generated. Add accelerants like hydrogen sulfide or methane to that equation and you see tires burning and/or exploding, brake lines and brake pads frying, power steering lines burning through and vehicles losing control, etc.

2012-11-03 - Fuel tanker truck plunges down embankment, bursts into flame, explodes, near Wichita (Kansas), 1 killed:

Quote: "When it blew, it was a pretty good shock wave..."

Note: This is obviously going to be problematic in terms of fuel getting to gas stations and food getting to grocery stores. In fact, I've seen a number of anecdotal reports of shortages of specific types of fuel in this place or that place, where there's only premium, or only unleaded available, due to delivery not arriving...

Quote: "Powers said a woman in a vehicle behind the truck saw it strike the bridge guardrail, then lose control. Why the truck hit the guardrail is unknown."

Note: Unconscious or dead driver, power steering line burned through, tire(s) burned and/or exploded, brakes were fried, or some combination of those possibilities...

2012-11-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-15 outside Clancy (Montana):

Note: The driver saw sparking coming from tail light. Well, here's something I haven't mentioned before: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper. A lot of these vehicle fires are being blamed on 'electrical problems'. It's looking to me like when hydrogen sulfide reacts with copper that has electricity going through it, it may very well generate sparks, and then, since it's a highly flammable gas (much more flammable than natural gas or methane), fire may erupt. So, any exposed copper wiring with electricity running through it has now become a potential ignition source...

According to this document, hydrogen sulfide is even explosively reactive with powdered copper. Also, rusty iron pipes are a problem:

Quote: "May ignite and explode when exposed to powdered copper in oxygen..."

Quote: "May ignite if passed through rusty iron pipes..."

Note: Steel is mostly iron, and it rusts too, so the iron problem may also apply to rusted steel, which may explain why there have been numerous fires in junked cars in car scrapyards...

2012-11-03 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near Abha (Saudi Arabia):

Quote: "The truck was heading from Abha to Mahayel, and just before a fuel station, fire broke out in the back tires of the truck."

Quote: "Aseer police said the accident was caused by the truck’s rear brakes, which caught on fire..."

Note: There's the brake-friction problem again. Atmospheric doom affects just about everything: the buildings we live in (burning, exploding), our businesses (burning, exploding), our vehicles (burning, exploding, crashing), our health (sickening, dying), our ability to feed ourselves (biosphere collapsing, transportation infrastructure suffering), our power systems (burning, exploding), our minds and memories and reasoning (neurological damage), and so on...

2012-11-03 - Van bursts into flame in Morriston, South Wales (Britain):

2012-11-03 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on U.S. 30 in Ayr Township (Pennsylvania):

2012-11-03 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at home in Demorest (Georgia), 1 injured:

Quote: "At 1:52 a.m. Saturday, firefighters were called to a reported chimney fire at a cabin off Tugalo Shortcut Road south of Tallulah Falls."

Note: The guy, not understanding that vehicles are simply bursting into flame now, wanted to blame leaf burning he'd done the previous day. Maybe, but that's not as likely these days as the truck itself bursting into flame. And that was two fires within 12 hours in that area. That's a sign of a flammable atmospheric gas plume blowing through there. Also, the second fire was a chimney fire near Tallulah Falls, and I mentioned chimneys being a potential vulnerability earlier...

2012-11-03 - Car bursts into flame as man works on it, at home in Clio (Michigan), man incinerated:

2012-11-03 - Car bursts into flame on Cowper Road near the town center of Huntingdon (Britain):

2012-11-03 - Car bursts into flame on Notley Road in Lowestoft (Britain):

2012-11-03 - Car bursts into flame in car park outside B&Q in Chard (Britain):

Note: A Chard car became a charred car...

2012-11-03 - Camper trailer bursts into flame in Billings (Montana), 2 injured:

2012-11-03 - Basement fire breaks out at City Hall in Jersey City (New Jersey):

Note: Jersey City is surrounded by waterways, bays, riverfronts. Also, because hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, it will tend to accumulate in low-lying places, which includes basements once the gas infiltrates a building...

2012-11-03 - Fire erupts at Hunter Creek Apartments for second time in two days, in Tulsa (Oklahoma):

2012-11-03 - Apartment rendered uninhabitable by fire, on Riverton Drive in coastal Portland (Maine):

2012-11-03 - Chimney fire damages home in South Whitehall Township (Pennsylvania), family and cats flee:,0,1839692.story

Note: Mentioned the chimney vulnerability a few times. We'll be seeing a lot of these...

2012-11-03 - Massive apartment complex fire displaces 50 people in Raleigh (North Carolina):

Note: Raleigh is about 5-10 miles east and slightly north of B. Everett Jordan Lake, which means generally downwind of the lake...

2012-11-03 - Paper factory and vacant home catch fire within an hour in coastal Brisbane (Australia):

2012-11-03 - Two vacant houses burn within minutes, one block from each other, in Kansas City (Missouri):

2012-11-03 - Vacant home burns in Fayetteville (North Carolina):

2012-11-03 - Vacant house burns in Moreno Valley (California) in Riverside County, 2 firefighters injured:

2012-11-03 - Vacant mobile home burns in Mims (Florida):

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

2012-11-03 - Fish kill reported at Water Storage Facility in Kenyasi (Ghana):–-EPA/?ci=1&ai=51651

Note: The water is going anoxic. If it also gets warm enough then that body of water will start spewing hydrogen sulfide, if it isn't already. That's what's happening all around the world, waters losing oxygen then the anaerobic bacteria that produce hydrogen sulfide spring into action. That's what the 'dead zones' in the oceans are, areas where the water has lost some or all of its oxygen. That's the real threat here, because the oceans spewing hydrogen sulfide and methane is a bigger problem than the human race can withstand, at least while living on the surface of the planet...

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

2012-11-03 - High-profile lawyer Greg King, 42, found dead near his car in coastal Wellington (New Zealand):

Note: Wellington isn't just coastal but is a peninsula surrounded on 3 sides by ocean...

2012-11-03 - Young woman, 19, falls unconscious near sports stadium in Srinagar (India), dies shortly later:

Note: Looks like one of India's default cover stories to conceal what's going on is going to be: people are ingesting poison. Yeah, so a young woman eats some poison then decides to go out on the town and hang out near a stadium until she loses consciousness and dies. Sure. That's almost as bad as their cover story for the five people found dead in a car on the side of a road recently, as mentioned in the 2012-10-13 update. This year's gold medal for Bad Cover Stories goes to...India! Poison, yes. Ingested? No, unknowingly inhaled.

2012-11-03 - Police officer, 54, found unconscious in quarters in Jammu (India), dies shortly later:

2012-11-03 - Man collapses unconscious in street in Ipswich (Britain), dies shortly later:

2012-11-03 - Man found dead on a bridge over the M4 in coastal Port Talbot (Britain):

Note: Two middle-aged men, both 47, were found dead in their respective homes in this same area just a week ago or so, as mentioned in the 2012-10-26 update...

2012-11-03 - Missing woman, 53, found dead in pond in Luverne (North Dakota):

2012-11-03 - Man, 80, calls out for help, found dead in pond in Plant City (Florida):

2012-11-03 - Boy, 11, found dead in drain in his backyard in Herstelling, East Bank Demerara (Guyana):

2012-11-03 - Body found in Alameda Creek in Fremont (California), 5 miles from the coast:

2012-11-03 - Woman, 20-40, found dead near gravel road in Vigo County (Indiana):

Note: Body was found by a fisherman, so there must be a body of water nearby...

2012-11-03 - Man found dead in Alkali Creek in Billings (Montana):

2012-11-03 - Body found at camspite at beach in the Kahuku area of the Big Island (Hawaii):

2012-11-03 - Experienced hiker, 54, found dead at base of cliff in Sandoval County (New Mexico):

Note: Possible toppler...

2012-11-03 - Missing college student, 25, found dead in Hays (Kansas):

2012-11-03 - Man, 47, found dead at home in Waterford (Ireland), about 1000 feet from the River Suir:

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-11-03 - Twin-engine cargo plane makes emergency landing at Milwaukee's Mitchell International Airport (Wisconsin):

2012-11-03 - Within 24 hours, two small planes crash in Brazil, 6 killed, 1 injured:

2012-11-03 - Small plane crashes near Emu Gully airstrip east of Toowoomba (Australia), 1 killed:

2012-11-03 - Small plane hits SUV as it lands at Northwest Regional Airport in Roanoke (Virginia), 2 injured:

Quote: "The accident happened at Northwest Regional Airport in Roanoke, which is linked to three other incidents in the past six weeks, including two fatal crashes that killed a total of six people."

2012-11-03 - Police helicopter crashes in Atlanta (Georgia), 2 officers killed:

2012-11-03 - Passenger train derails and slams into cliff in San Paulo (Brazil), 2 killed, at least 40 injured:

2012-11-03 - School bus slams into truck in Jalan Batang Benar (Malaysia), 23 injured, 2 seriously:

2012-11-03 - Passenger bus overturns near Kallar Kahar (Pakistan), 7 killed, 27 injured:

2012-11-03 - Two trucks collide head-on, on the A66 near Penrith (Britain), 2 injured:

2012-11-03 - Three tractor trailers crash on I-75 near Mortar Creek Road in Monroe County (Michigan), 1 killed:

Note: That stretch of I-75 runs right along Lake Erie, which has had a dead zone problem for years...

2012-11-03 - Flatbed truck slams back of car on I-15 in Escondido (California), truck bursts into flame, 4 injured:

2012-11-03 - Truck hauling soybeans overturns in Athens (Alabama):

2012-11-03 - Car slams into apartment complex in Parma (Ohio) after driver loses consciousness:

Quote: "Crews on the scene say the driver blacked out making a turn onto East Ridgewood Drive."

Note: As mentioned, hydrogen sulfide is an extremely fast-acting 'knockdown agent' and drivers of all types of vehicles will be struck unconscious or dead while driving, causing increasing numbers of accidents...

2012-11-03 - Car veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer, truck overturns, in Plumcreek (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2012-11-03 - Car and truck collide head-on, on the Brand Highway, north of Perth (Australia), 2 killed:

2012-11-03 - Car and SUV collide in Greenville (North Carolina), car bursts into flame, at least 1 killed:

2012-11-03 - Two cars collide head-on, in Fort Ann (New York), 2 injured:

2012-11-03 - Motorcycle veers over centerline, slams car head-on, in Marshall County (Kentucky), 1 killed, 2 injured:

Animal Attacks:

2012-11-03 - Pit bull gets 'manic', bites police officer, in coastal Palm Bay (Florida):

Note: Florida, downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, and home of the original face-eater. (Hey, that could be Florida's new tagline: Florida, Home of the Original Face-Eater!) Dogs have neurologies too, and pit bulls are already an aggressive breed, so you'd expect to see neurological damage inducing violence in them first...

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-11-03 - Hunter shoots and kills mystery animal at Franklin Island Conservation Area (Missouri):

Note: He thought it was a coyote when he shot it, but it weighs more than any coyote. Officials say it could be a 'hybrid animal'. It could be a genetic chimera, a blend of two species. As mentioned in the full hypothesis, Mother Nature appears to be accessing the genetic data of a second species in order to fill holes caused by genetic damage as the ozone layer breaks down and floods us with extra radiation from above. I suspect that this genetic information is being transferred across species by viruses or possibly bacteria. This would also explain many legends: minotaurs (human-bull chimera), mermaids (human-fish chimera), satyrs (human-goat chimera), and so on. This has probably always occurred at a very low level but now that the hydrogen sulfide is reacting away our ozone layer protection it is simply happening a lot more.

2012-11-03 - Person suffers heart attack on boat in the Clackamas River in Gladstone (Oregon):

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