Thursday, November 8, 2012

Event Update For 2012-11-07

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.

2012-11-07 - Man bursts into flame and burns in Mercer County (Kentucky), nearby home also burns:

Quote: "It remains unclear what, if any, connection exists between the two incidents."

Note: The connection is flammable hydrogen sulfide and methane contaminating our atmosphere.

2012-11-07 - Massive fire destroys two historic vacant buildings and occupied business in Vian (Oklahoma):

Quote: "At one point witnesses say the flames shot 100 feet in the air."

Note: The buildings were used as the backdrop in the 1971 film, 'Where The Red Fern Grows'. This area is about half a mile from Vian Creek...

2012-11-07 - Home explodes and bursts into flame in coastal University Place (Washington):

2012-11-07 - Boat hit by explosion and fire off the coast near Ferryland (Canada), 1 injured:

2012-11-07 - Train car bursts into flame in Fort St. John (Canada):

2012-11-07 - Excavator bursts into flame at construction site in West Bridgford (Britain):

2012-11-07 - School bus bursts into flame in Longview (Texas):

2012-11-07 - RV bursts into flame, fire spreads to boat, both destroyed, in Grand Junction (Colorado):

2012-11-07 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame near weigh station east of Boise (Idaho):

2012-11-07 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on U.S. 31 in coastal Norton Shores (Michigan), nice pic:

2012-11-07 - Capper truck bursts into flame at oil rig in Tensas Parish (Mississippi), 2 injured:

2012-11-07 - Truck bursts into flame on H1 in coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

2012-11-07 - Truck bursts into flame on CityLink in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

2012-11-07 - Truck bursts into flame on the New Jersey Turnpike in Robbinsville (New Jersey):

2012-11-07 - Van bursts into flame in driveway of home in Toronto (Canada), fire spreads to home, 5 injured:

Note: And this is why I keep mentioning that it's increasingly dangerous - and potentially deadly - to park your vehicle next to your residence. This family lost their vehicle and their home, and 3 of them were critically burned in the fire...

2012-11-07 - Car bursts into flame outside auto shop in Silver Lake (California), nice pic:

2012-11-07 - Car bursts into flame in parking lot in Charleston (Illinois), 1 mile from Lake Charleston:

2012-11-07 - Car bursts into flame in garage as man works on it, in Two Rivers (Wisconsin), 1 injured:

2012-11-07 - Car bursts into flame in the city center of Newry (Britain):

2012-11-07 - Car bursts into flame at gas station in Abbeville (Louisiana), 15 miles from the Gulf Coast:

2012-11-07 - Car bursts into flame on Ashdown Drive in Tilgate (Britain):

2012-11-07 - Scrapyard erupts in flame in Green Island (New York):

Note: As this document shows, hydrogen sulfide can ignite if it passes through rusty iron pipes:

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

Note: Scrap metal means lots of steel, and steel is mostly iron, and it rusts, so this fire-inducing vulnerability is probably the cause of at least some of the many scrapyard fires that have broken out over this past year...

2012-11-07 - Huge stack of hay bursts into flame in Laveen, west of Phoenix (Arizona):

Note: Hay, like wood, paper, clothing, etc., is absorbent and is spontaneously combusting after absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane from the atmosphere...

2012-11-07 - Huge explosion rips through Electrabel power plant in Nijmegen (Netherlands):

2012-11-07 - Ameren electrical substation hit by explosion and fire in Valley Park (Missouri):

2012-11-07 - Transformer bursts into flame, power lost, schools closed, in Kings Park on Long Island (New York):

Note: I mentioned previously that hydrogen sulfide reacts with copper. How about if there's electricity running through the copper? Well, I think the above three stories tells us how that works: fire, sometimes explosions. A lot of the vehicle fires are blamed on 'electrical problems' too. So, electrified copper + hydrogen sulfide = possible fire. This area is about 1 mile from Smithtown Bay...

2012-11-07 - Commercial woodworking shop erupts in flame in Calgary (Canada), van found burning inside:

Note: Wood is absorbent and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Vehicles are spontaneously combusting too though, and since they found a delivery van on fire in the loading area inside the building, that's probably the cause of this fire...

2012-11-07 - Roof bursts into flame at secondary school in Hampshire (Britain):

2012-11-07 - Home destroyed by fire in Cape Girardeau County (Missouri):

Quote: "Kirchhoff said the owner heard popping sounds coming from the main-floor fireplace shortly after he went to bed and discovered a fire when he entered another room."

Note: I mentioned the chimney vulnerability a few times. And there are those popping sounds again. That's gas plumes igniting. Hydrogen sulfide and/or methane must be coming down chimneys. I was pretty certain that chimneys were igniting plumes up above the roof, but wasn't positive any gas was coming all the way down. It appears that at least sometimes the plumes do get blown down the chimneys and then fire can break out right inside the home at the fireplace...

2012-11-07 - Vacant modular home burns in Niagara (New York), near Niagara Falls:

2012-11-07 - Vacant house burns in Grafton (Canada):

Quote: "The chief said he did not know if the blaze was connected to other recent suspicious fires in the county."

Note: Ah, so vacant homes are burning up in this town too. Well, join the crowd, Grafton; it's happening everywhere, and they are ALL connected, by the atmosphere...

2012-11-07 - Vacant home burns in Tyneside (Britain):

2012-11-07 - Vacant house burns in Chico (California):

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

2012-11-07 - Dozens of sea birds found dead along coast in Daytona Beach (Florida):

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

2012-11-07 - Man, 29, found burned to death in burning car in Goodridge (South Dakota):

2012-11-07 - Hunter, 51, found dead near Tuxbury Pond in South Hampton (New Hampshire):

Note: Fourth hunter found dead in last 3 days, that I know of...

2012-11-07 - Woman, 52, found dead in canal near her home in coastal Southern Shores (North Carolina):

2012-11-07 - Man in his 40s or 50s found dead in Black Rock Canal in Buffalo (New York) near Lake Erie:

2012-11-07 - Boy, 13, found dead in ditch near the Boulevard in Edenthorpe, Doncaster (Britain):

2012-11-07 - Man in his 30s found dead on roof of Edinburgh Council’s HQ in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2012-11-07 - Man, 34, found dead in car in Barabanki (India):

Note: Oh, India, you are so predictable. They're blaming poison again, as they just did for a 19-year-old woman found dead near a stadium in Srinigar, as mentioned in the 2012-11-03 update, just 4 days ago. Let me quote my own note:

Quote: "Looks like one of India's default cover stories to conceal what's going on is going to be: people are ingesting poison."

Note: Tada. Not really a terrible way to disguise people dropping dead with no visible signs of injury. They're just hoping people will see only this event or that event, see the trees but not the forest, and not notice the pattern. We'll be seeing a lot of this...

2012-11-07 - Missing boy, 17, found dead at home in Chapel Street, Brierfield (Britain):

Note: And here's how Britain handles the people dropping dead: nothing to see here, nothing suspicious, move along...

2012-11-07 - Inmate, 38, found dead in his cell in Maryborough (Australia), near the coast:

2012-11-07 - Woman, 35, found dead on her sofa at flat on Littleport Street in Lynn (Britain):

2012-11-07 - Windsurfer found dead in water off coast near Blyth (Britain):

Note: They found his empty 'ghost board' first. Like all the dead people on lakes where they find an empty boat before they find the matching corpse(s), but this time a surfboard...

2012-11-07 - Fire chief, 55, suddenly dies in Kernersville (North Carolina):

Note: He'd probably been at a lot of fires, sucking down incompletely burned hydrogen sulfide and methane. If it doesn't kill you fast, it can kill you slowly, until one day, boom, your heart stops...

2012-11-07 - Man found dead in Woodlawn Lake in San Antonio (Texas):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-11-07 - Delta passenger plane makes emergency landing in Syracuse (New York), engine failure:

2012-11-07 - Small plane makes emergency landing in Quincy (Illinois), smoke in the cockpit:

2012-11-07 - Small plane crashes near airport in Conway (Arkansas), 1 injured:

2012-11-07 - Small plane makes emergency landing near Saltair (Utah), near the Great Salt Lake:

2012-11-07 - Two fire trucks collide in coastal Brooklyn (New York), 11 injured:

2012-11-07 - Military vehicle overturns near Camp Red Devil (Colorado), 5 injured:

2012-11-07 - Transport vehicle veers into ditch in coastal village in the Philippine Islands, 25 injured:

2012-11-07 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-35 near Denton (Texas):

2012-11-07 - Truck with 'radioactive' signage plunges into stream near Tongariro National Park (New Zealand):

2012-11-07 - Truck hauling bales of wool overturns near Selwyn Lake Road in coastal Canterbury (New Zealand):

2012-11-07 - Van slams into interstate truck plaza on Route 1 in Wrentham (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2012-11-07 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Knoxville (Tennessee), 4 injured:

2012-11-07 - Pickup veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in coastal Coos County (Oregon), 2 people incinerated:

Quote: "...there didn’t appear to be any brake marks on the pavement, indicating the driver did not attempt to stop."

Note: That could be because they were unconscious or already dead before the accident. It could also be because their brakes were fried and maybe still burning before the crash. And those aren't mutually exclusive possibilities either; both could have been the case...

2012-11-07 - Two cars collide head-on, in Dayton (Ohio), 4 injured:

2012-11-07 - Two cars collide head-on, on Marsh Road in Claymont (Delaware), 4 injured:

2012-11-07 - Car crashes and bursts into flame in Washington, DC, driver found dead near burning car:

2012-11-07 - Car crashes and bursts into flame on the Edens Expressway in Northbrook (Illinois):

2012-11-07 - Car crashes into barrier outside Century Link Center in Bossier City (Louisiana), bursts into flame, driver not found:

2012-11-07 - Car crashes into nursing home in Meriden (Connecticut):

2012-11-07 - Car slams into home in Orange Park (Florida) near Doctors Lake, 1 injured:

2012-11-07 - Car smashes into home in Middleburg (Florida), 1 injured:

Note: Florida homes, meet Florida cars. Florida cars, meet Florida homes. Florida is downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. And now that so many vehicles are veering off roads and slamming into buildings, I may have to consider creating a new category just for those incidents...

'Zombie' Files:

2012-11-07 - Truck driver 'acts erratically', says truck loaded with explosives, is hospitalized, in Windsor (Connecticut):

Quote: "According to LePore, officers questioned the driver and, coupled with his erratic behavior, have concluded that the report of explosives were the byproduct of 'mental issues.'"

Note: As hydrogen sulfide eats away at peoples' neurologies, people are going to do crazy things. Not everyone will be so damaged that they'll jump on another man and eat his face; some will stab children to death (New York), or rip their own intestines out and eat them (Mexico) or eat their own children (Uganda) or go on shooting sprees (many places) or strip naked and go order ice cream (Texas), etc. There's just no telling what people will do when their brains are damaged. This problem is surely why there was just anti-zombie training in California: anyone could become a neuro-zombie at any time, and law enforcement has to prepare for that, as best they can.

Animal Attacks:

2012-11-07 - Dog bites and injures 10-year-old girl in Lawrence (Indiana):

2012-11-07 - Jellyfish stinging people at beaches around coastal Waikiki (Hawaii):

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-11-07 - HazMat event at school in the West Shore School District (Pennsylvania), unusual odor, 2 sickened:

Quote: "...two employees at the school became ill after inhaling an unusual odor in one of the restrooms."

Quote: "It appears at this point it was a sewer gas odor coming out."

Note: One of the more common names for hydrogen sulfide is 'sewer gas'. Hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble and I believe it is coming into buildings via the water supply, then evaporating out into its far more deadly gaseous form. There have been many 'bathroom fires' at schools and other buildings recently, starting in paper towers and toilet paper and trash, all absorbent materials which are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and spontaneously combusting. While some of these incidents are surely pranks, some surely aren't. This also explains many of the deaths in showers, hot tubs, bathtubs and bathrooms, which I call 'Whitney Houston Syndrome'...

2012-11-07 - Dangerous red tide affecting Southwest Florida's estuaries, including Sarasota Bay and Tampa Bay:

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