Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Event Update For 2012-12-10

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.

2012-12-10 - Massive fire destroys warehouse housing Mummers parade props in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

Note: Parade props presumably means wood, paper streamers, that sort of stuff, all absorbent materials which are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane until they spontaneously combust...

2012-12-10 - Ten vehicles destroyed by fire in apartment complex carport in West Valley City (Utah):

2012-12-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame, fire spreads, gets huge, destroys oil holding facility in coastal Brisbane (Australia):

Quote: "Earlier, it was reported that fire investigators believe a burning car may have caused a major blaze that gutted an oil holding facility..."

2012-12-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Tennyson Road in Lynn (Britain):

2012-12-10 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on National Highway 73 in Panchkula (India):

2012-12-10 - Minivan bursts into flame on West Filert Street in Lancaster (Pennsylvania):

2012-12-10 - Minivan bursts into flame on I-95 in Harford (Maryland):

2012-12-10 - Pickup explodes into flame in driveway at home in Pendleton (New York), fire damages car and home too:

Quote: "...she heard a loud boom and found the 2002 Dodge Ram pickup engulfed in flames."

2012-12-10 - Two cars burst into flame in impound lot in Bolingbrook (Illinois):

2012-12-10 - Car bursts into flame inside gas station garage in Bound Brook (New Jersey), garage destroyed too:

2012-12-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-4 in Plant City (Florida):

2012-12-10 - Car bursts into flame on Westminster Avenue in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2012-12-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-10 in San Antonio (Texas):

2012-12-10 - Car bursts into flame in car park off Derby Road in Long Eaton (Britain):

2012-12-10 - Car bursts into flame in lay-by in Alfreton (Britain):

2012-12-10 - RV trailer bursts into flame in storage lot in coastal Port Hadlock (Washington), nice pic:

2012-12-10 - Blaze destroys 21 antique vehicles and pole barn in LaPorte (Indiana):

2012-12-10 - Tractor, boat, ATV and pole barn destroyed by blaze in Battle Lake (Minnesota):

2012-12-10 - Fire destroys boat, shed and barbershop in Larose (Louisiana):

Note: Larose is simply surrounded by swampland, canals, lakes, rivers, and bays, and is about 5 miles from the Gulf Coast...

2012-12-10 - Car, four-wheeler, and home destroyed by fire in Great Bend (North Dakota):

2012-12-10 - Inferno destroys auto business in Fulton (Missouri):

Quote: "The damages, valued at $200,000, were so extensive that investigators could not determine the cause of the fire."

Note: Any vehicles in there?

2012-12-10 - Tractor trailer and barn full of hay destroyed in huge fire in Verde Valley (Arizona):

2012-12-10 - Barrel explodes and kills man as he cuts it with plasma cutter in Quapaw (Oklahoma):

2012-12-10 - Fire damages storage building at high school in Oliver Springs (Tennessee):

Quote: "The fire happened in a storage closet, damaging some football equipment and a water heater."

Note: Storage buildings aren't generally very well insulated. The building may have contained uniforms which are absorbent and will absorb hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. But in this case the culprit was probably the pilot light on that water heater igniting gas that had infiltrated the building...

2012-12-10 - Fire tears through Knights of Columbus building in Long Island (New York):

2012-12-10 - Garbage bursts into flame behind restaurant in La Mesa (California), propane tanks explode:

Note: More trash spontaneously combusting...

2012-12-10 - Vacant home burns in Penfield (New York):

2012-12-10 - Vacant house burns in Muskegon (Michigan):

2012-12-10 - Vacant home burns in Wheeling (West Virginia), fire spreads to adjacent occupied home:

2012-12-10 - Vacant house burns for second time in a month in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (Canada):

2012-12-10 - Vacant building burns in Orange (California):

2012-12-10 - Vacant house burns in Riverhaven (Indiana):

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

2012-12-10 - Three newborn polar bear cubs die in Toronto (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

Note: A putrid odor swept through Toronto recently, as mentioned in the 2012-11-09 update. Lake Erie has had a dead zone problem for years and is likely pluming hydrogen sulfide now. That may now be true of Lake Ontario and the other Great Lakes as well. The warmer and more anoxic the waters of the Earth get, the greater the chance that they will become poison factories...

2012-12-10 - Wild elephant, 20-ish, drops dead at private farm in Chenjedivayal (India):

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

2012-12-10 - Two older men die, one after another, at workshop in Srinagar (India):

Quote: "'The deaths have created panic in our area,' Abdul Rashid, a Sakidaffer resident said, adding that they were unable to understand the cause of the two deaths."

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

2012-12-10 - Charred body found in burned-out car on LaSalle Street in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Note: This used to be an extremely rare occurrence. Now it is almost daily; the same thing happened the day prior, in Nashwauk (Minnesota), as mentioned in the 2012-12-09 update. There have been lots of these deaths lately. Not everyone escapes alive when their vehicle bursts into flame...

2012-12-10 - Man in his 30s or 40s suddenly sickens and dies on passenger plane heading to Amsterdam:

2012-12-10 - Teen, 17, found dead in Lake Victoria at Mfangano Island in Mbita (Kenya):

2012-12-10 - Man finds his wife, 76, floating dead in canal in coastal New Port Richey (Florida):

2012-12-10 - Woman found dead in submerged car in canal in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

2012-12-10 - Woman, 28, found dead in submerged car in the Mississippi River in Moline (Illinois):

2012-12-10 - Man, 24, found dead in submerged car in river near Worksop (Britain):

Note: All three of the above stories were probably caused by the driver breathing in a breath or two of hydrogen sulfide and losing consciousness (or dying), with the vehicle plowing into the water, where even if they weren't already dead, they then breathed water until they were. It's very dangerous now to drive anywhere near a body of water, or, arguably, to drive at all...

2012-12-10 - Man, 58, found unconscious in Lake Tuggeranong (Australia), dies shortly later:

2012-12-10 - Man found dead in Lake Wilson on the island of Oahu (Hawaii):

2012-12-10 - College student, 20, found dead in Tattagere Lake in Harohalli (India):

2012-12-10 - Boy, 12, found dead in rubbish bin in urban area of Johannesburg (South Africa):

2012-12-10 - Two men, 49 and 67, die suddenly in bed in Jefferson County (Alabama), separate incidents:

2012-12-10 - Infant dies suddenly at home in Monroe (Louisiana):

2012-12-10 - Hiker, 68, found dead at fort in Pune (India):

2012-12-10 - Woman, 30, found dead in field in Butler County (Kansas):

Quote: "He said he drove to the area with Noffisnger, but then she became disoriented and got out of the car and started running. He told officials he doesn't know why she left."

Note: One strong (1 part per thousand) whiff of hydrogen sulfide can kill you or cause unconsciousness, but in lesser concentrations can cause disorientation, hallucinations, memory loss, impaired vision, all kinds of stuff...

2012-12-10 - Man, 46, drops dead in his apartment in coastal Phuket (Thailand):

2012-12-10 - Former ferryman, 66, drops dead in the street in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-12-10 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Sacramento (California), unidentified fumes in the cabin:

Quote: "...Sacramento Fire Department spokesman said a flight attendant had to be hooked up to an oxygen machine after breathing in some smoke."

2012-12-10 - Medical helicopter crashes in field in Compton (Illinois), all 3 aboard killed:

2012-12-10 - Passenger bus crashes in Quetta (Pakistan), 18 injured:

2012-12-10 - Tourist bus hits retaining wall in Taiwan, several injured:

2012-12-10 - Tanker truck overturns on Indiana 165 in Poseyville (Indiana), 1 injured:

2012-12-10 - Tanker truck hauling milk overturns on the Albany Highway (Australia), 1 injured:

2012-12-10 - Tractor trailer and RV collide on I-10 near Tonopah (Arizona), tractor trailer bursts into flame, 1 injured:

2012-12-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-82 ramp in Yakima (Washington):

2012-12-10 - Log truck overturns on Highway 105 south of Astoria (Oregon), 1 injured:

2012-12-10 - Garbage truck overturns on Route 581 ramp in Roanoke (Virginia):

2012-12-10 - Pickup veers over centerline, slams semi head-on, near Hanna (Wyoming), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2012-12-10 - Pickup and car collide head-on near Wells (Minnesota), 2 injured:

2012-12-10 - Pickup truck veers into ditch and bursts into flame on I-57 in Champaign (Illinois):

2012-12-10 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on US 40 in Greenfield (Indiana), 3 injured:

2012-12-10 - Two cars collide head-on, on the B925 in Fife (Britain), 4 injured:

2012-12-10 - Car veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, on the Bourne Bridge near Cape Cod (Massachusetts), 3 injured:

2012-12-10 - Car veers into median, hits tree, bursts into flame, in coastal Duxbury (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

'Zombie' Files:

2012-12-10 - Man, 24, bites cheek off baby, chews on her leg, at home in Port-of-Spain on the island of Trinidad:

Quote: "Then, without warning, he grabbed tiny Jinayah and took a large bite from her left cheek. As the baby screamed and flesh fell from his teeth, the man then bit deeply into her right leg."

Note: Well, I see why law enforcement had anti-zombie training in California recently. As the amount of hydrogen sulfide blowing around the atmosphere increases, events like this will become increasingly common. Anyone could become a neuro-zombie at any time now...

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-12-10 - Mass media ignoring rash of sinkholes appearing around the United States:

Note: They're probably ignoring this because 1) they've been told to do so; and 2) because these events are difficult to blame on humans, and if humans aren't causing the problem then humans probably can't do anything to stop the problem. Basically, the sinkholes, and the poisoning of our atmosphere, are not likely to be covered in the mainstream news because these things might scare people too much. Dead people? The authorities can handle that, with mass fatality legislation and coffin liners and mass graves and the like. Scared people? Much more difficult to deal with that. So it is up to us to inform ourselves...

2012-12-10 - Hydrogen sulfide detected at big sinkhole in Louisiana, residents sickening:

Note: I wouldn't be so sure it's coming from any oil, though it could be. It is most often seen in landfills, septic systems, dead zones in oceans (like those near this sinkhole, probably not coincidentally), but it IS also present in oil sometimes, and it is also emitted by volcanic eruptions at times. But BY FAR the largest potential emitter of hydrogen sulfide are the waters of the Earth, if they get anoxic enough and warm enough, and they are. In any case, from the point of view of the residents sickening from it, it doesn't much matter where it's coming from; it just matters that it's there and it's sickening them...

2012-12-10 - Teen girl, 16, goes missing near pond in Mint Hill (North Carolina):

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