Thursday, November 29, 2012

Event Update For 2012-11-28

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.

2012-11-28 - Massive explosion of unknown origin hits near Novokuznetsk (Russia):

Quote: "According to an employee of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of Russia (Russian Emergencies Ministry), it was the technological explosion aftershocks, but researchers from Geophysical Survey SB RAS in the Altai-Sayan Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences reported, that the technological explosion can only occur in one of the coal strips, but, according to scientists is impossible, as in Novokuznetsk are located only coal mines, where did not produce an explosions of such power."

Note: Normally no, a coal mine wouldn't produce such an enormous explosion. But hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, and it is incredibly explosive and flammable. So, over time a coal mine might very well fill with hydrogen sulfide. If the gas then finds an ignition source - copper, rusted iron or steel, static electricity, a lightning bolt, whatever - then you might see gigantic explosions such as this, large enough to register on seismic detectors.

2012-11-28 - School bus bursts into flame outside Sylvandale Middle School in coastal San Jose (California):

2012-11-28 - School bus bursts into flame near I-16 in Savannah (Georgia):

2012-11-28 - RV bursts into flame in driveway at home in coastal San Jose (California):

2012-11-28 - RV bursts into flame in Loma Linda (California), fire spreads to nearby vehicle, 1 injured:

2012-11-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Coquihalla Highway near Merritt (Canada), nice video:

2012-11-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-395 in Putnam (Connecticut):

2012-11-28 - Van bursts into flame on Rockville Pike in Rockville (Maryland):

2012-11-28 - SUV bursts into flame at car lot in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2012-11-28 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-205 in Clackamas (Oregon), nice pic:

Note: This was an ODOT response truck, which Oregon's Department of Transportation uses to respond to highway emergencies. I guess the response truck needed a response truck this time...

2012-11-28 - In separate incidents, a pickup truck and a station wagon burst into flame in Davie (Florida):

Note: Davie is about 5 miles from the coast...

2012-11-28 - Car bursts into flame on West Outer Drive in Oak Ridge (Tennessee):

2012-11-28 - Car bursts into flame on Ohio 49 near Edon (Ohio), nice pic:

2012-11-28 - Leaf blower bursts into flame, catches man's clothes on fire, in Crofton (Maryland), 1 injured:

Note: Leaf blower has some kind of engine, which will generate heat. It blows the atmosphere through it, and the atmosphere is being contaminated with flammable gases. Clothes are absorbent materials which will absorb hydrogen sulfide and/or methane (as will leaves for that matter). Add all that up and this man is lucky to even be alive...

2012-11-28 - Auto shop catches fire in Dilworth (Minnesota), firefighter has heart attack:

2012-11-28 - Motorcycle shop and restaurant hit by fire in Spokane Valley (Washington):

2012-11-28 - Agricultural equipment facility erupts in flame in Clinton (Wisconsin):

Note: Agricultural equipment means combustion engines: tractors, bailers, skid loaders, etc.

2012-11-28 - Building at car lot catches fire in Fern Creek (Kentucky):

2012-11-28 - Stack of tires bursts into flame outside auto shop in Underwood (Iowa):

2012-11-28 - Explosion and fire hit science lab in middle school in Carlisle (Pennsylvania), several injured:

Note: There have now been several explosions/fires in science labs at schools since August. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with a number of chemicals that are apt to be found in school labs, including sodium hydroxide and nitric acid. Twelve people were injured in an explosion and fire at a school in Australia while working with sodium hydroxide, as mentioned in the 2012-08-27 update, and there have been other similar events. As long as we continue to pretend that this hydrogen sulfide problem isn't happening, these explosions and fires at schools will certainly continue burning students and teachers...

2012-11-28 - Carpet store hit by fire in Monticello (Iowa), other buildings damaged too:

Note: Carpet, made of absorbent material, which will absorb hydrogen sulfide and/or methane until it spontaneously combusts. A massive fire destroyed an antique rug business in McKees Rocks (Pennsylvania) recently, mentioned in the 2012-10-10 update. Before that, a carpet store was destroyed by fire in Flint (Michigan), mentioned in the 2012-09-20 update.

2012-11-28 - Fire erupts in lot behind recycling plant in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Quote: "The blaze ignited at a lot behind the plant that had cardboard and other paper products..."

Note: Outside, fully exposed to the flammable hydrogen sulfide and methane now blowing around the atmosphere. And cardboard and paper are absorbent materials, much like carpet as in the event listed above this one...

2012-11-28 - Barn hit by raging fire in Annsville (New York), 150 cows burned to death:

2012-11-28 - Barn erupts in flame in Rockford (Michigan):

Quote: "...the caller reported that tractors and snowmobiles are inside."

2012-11-28 - Basement fire spreads, devastates apartment building in Valley Grove (West Virginia), many now homeless:

2012-11-28 - Fire roars through apartment building in Rapid City (South Dakota), 4 killed:

2012-11-28 - Five-story off-grid home and two cabins destroyed by fire in coastal Anchor Point (Alaska):

2012-11-28 - Home catches fire in the Green Island section of coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2012-11-28 - House catches fire in Medical Lake (Washington):

2012-11-28 - Vacant house burns in Medford (Oregon), three nearby homes damaged by the fire:

2012-11-28 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Benton Harbor (Michigan):

2012-11-28 - Vacant house burns in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2012-11-28 - Vacant home burns in Warren (Indiana):

2012-11-28 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Dracut (Massachusetts):

2012-11-28 - Vacant home burns for third time this year in Montville (Connecticut):

2012-11-28 - Vacant house burns in East Knox County (Tennessee):

2012-11-28 - Vacant home burns in Cedar Rapids (Iowa):

2012-11-28 - Vacant building burns in Lawrence (Massachusetts), near the Merrimack River:

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

2012-11-28 - Charred body found in burning car near the Ogeechee River in Savannah (Georgia):

Note: People being found burned to death in burned or burning vehicles is getting to be quite a regular thing as the flammable gas plumes in the atmosphere increase in size, number and concentration. The day prior, there were two events just like this one...

2012-11-28 - Man found dead in park lake in West Bromwich (Britain):

2012-11-28 - Man found dead near McKinley Marina in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

2012-11-28 - Man, 58, found dead on Three Notch Trail in Charlotte Hall (Maryland):

2012-11-28 - Man, 33, found dead in vehicle at rest stop in Albemarle County (Virginia):

2012-11-28 - Hotel cook, 45, found dead in his accomodations at hotel on the bank of Dal Lake (India):

Note: Story also mentions another sudden death where a man, 45, goes to get firewood, next seen dead in woods, near Brain (India)...

2012-11-28 - American, 46, found dead in bed at his residence in coastal Dumaguete in the Philippine Islands:

2012-11-28 - College student, 18, found dead in residence hall in Lampeter (Britain):

2012-11-28 - Man in his 60s found dead in jetty in Coos Bay (Oregon):

2012-11-28 - Man, 73, found unconscious near his tractor in Douglas County (Minnesota), dies shortly later:

2012-11-28 - Man, 55, found dead in the Des Moines River in Des Moines (Iowa):

2012-11-28 - Man, 43, found dead in shed in Voznesenka, on the Kenai peninsula (Alaska):,0,2342101.story

2012-11-28 - In separate incidents, girl, 5, found dead in well, and man, 35, found dead at temple in Kotwali (India):

2012-11-28 - Man, 20s or 30s, found dead beneath bridge in Mill Hill Park in Trenton (New Jersey):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-11-28 - Shuttle bus crashes after driver has 'medical condition', in Houston (Texas), 1 killed, 11 injured:

Quote: "A passenger on the bus saw that something was wrong with the driver and grabbed the wheel."

Note: And the day prior, a church bus driver lost consciousness and crashed in Arkansas, injuring 10 people. And a pickup truck driver lost consciousness and hit another pickup truck head-on in coastal Punta Gorda (Florida), injuring one. Both events were mentioned in the 2012-11-27 update. Hydrogen sulfide is obviously knocking drivers unconscious - and in some cases dead - as they drive, as predicted in the full hypothesis. This will continue and it will escalate as the number, size and concentration of hydrogen sulfide plumes blowing around the atmosphere increase.

2012-11-28 - Small plane crashes in Yuma County (Arizona), 1 killed:

2012-11-28 - Small plane crashes while landing, at Merritt Island Airport (Florida), 2 injured:

2012-11-28 - Small plane makes emergency landing at airport in Lansing (Michigan):

2012-11-28 - Tanker truck overturns on U.S. 34 in Ottumwa (Iowa):

2012-11-28 - Tanker truck overturns on I-75 at Sashabaw Road in Independence Township (Michigan):

2012-11-28 - Two tractor trailers crash on the Boone Bridge in Chesterfield (Missouri):

2012-11-28 - Pickup truck veers into culvert on Brices Creek Road in New Berm (North Carolina), 1 killed:

Note: Another accident mentioned, same day, where a car hit a moped and burst into flame, injuring 2 people...

2012-11-28 - Car veers across median, hits car head-on, on McGinnis Ferry Road in Suwanee (Georgia), 2 killed:

2012-11-28 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Pala (California), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2012-11-28 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Newfields (New Hampshire), 3 injured:

2012-11-28 - Car crashes through fence into swimming pool in Secaucus (New Jersey):

2012-11-28 - Car crashes into restaurant in Anderson (South Carolina):

Animal Attacks:

2012-11-28 - Bees attack and kill two dogs in South Florida:

2012-11-28 - Two elephants rampage into the village of Bara (India), kill two women:

2012-11-28 - Pit bull running around killing peoples' cats in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida):,0,6765004.story

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-11-28 - Large sinkhole appears near Dover (Ohio), State Route 516 closed along eight-mile stretch:

Quote: "'I've worked for ODOT 16 years now and I've never seen anything like this,' said MacAdams. 'This is very unusual situation. You would never think this pond would make it to the state route.'"

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