Thursday, December 20, 2012

Event Update For 2012-12-19

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.

2012-12-19 - Huge explosion and raging inferno hit oil refinery in coastal Bangkok (Thailand), great pic:

2012-12-19 - Cargo ship bursts into flame near the island of Bozcaada in the Aegean Sea near Turkey:

2012-12-19 - Three boats destroyed by fire, four more damaged, at marina in coastal Marshfield (Massachusetts):

2012-12-19 - Around 20 RVs and trailers destroyed or damaged in fire at business near Halisham (Britain):

Note: That's about 5 miles from the English Channel. I mentioned the boat fire in the 2012-12-18 update but somehow overlooked the large pile of motorhomes and caravans burning up, so here that is today. Nobody's perfect!

2012-12-19 - MetroLink train car bursts into flame at the Delmar Station in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2012-12-19 - School bus bursts into flame in Norwell (Indiana):

2012-12-19 - Passenger bus bursts into flame outside Tykes Restaurant on Scotchman Lane in York (Britain):

2012-12-19 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in Pune (India):

2012-12-19 - Transit bus bursts into flame on Gratiot Avenue in Roseville (Michigan):

2012-12-19 - Service bus bursts into flame on bridge in coastal Istanbul (Turkey), nice pic:;jsessionid=F96A3E909B4E353B3E94B130F7192FCB?newsId=301567&columnistId=0

Quote: "A service bus burst into flames suddenly on Wednesday on Istanbul's Fatih Sultan Mehmet (FSM) Bridge, which links the Asian and European continents."

Note: I have stood on the very center of that bridge, with one foot in Asia and one foot in Europe. Not that that has anything to do with anything, just a pretty neat bridge there, geographically...

2012-12-19 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame in Murcia (Spain):

2012-12-19 - Van bursts into flame at gas station in coastal Nainamo (Canada), on Vancouver Island:

2012-12-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Selwyn Road near Bridgenorth (Canada), near Kawartha Lakes:

2012-12-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in McAllister's parking lot in Magee (Mississippi):

2012-12-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on side of road in Bruce (Mississippi), YouTube link:

Note: Their website requires paid subscription to read the news story, and this truck burning up didn't seem to make the news anywhere else. The video tells the story pretty well by itself though...

2012-12-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Pitt Street in Cornwall (Canada), 1 mile from the St. Lawrence River:

2012-12-19 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near shopping center in Calcutta (Ohio):

2012-12-19 - Four cars burst into flame in parking lot in coastal Surrey, British Columbia (Canada):

Quote: "Crews say the incidents are suspicious because the four cars weren't all next to each other."

Note: And yet they did all share the same atmosphere...

2012-12-19 - In separate incidents, three cars burst into flame in coastal Upper Hutt (New Zealand):

2012-12-19 - Car bursts into flame on the Cross Island Parkway near Hilton Head Island (South Carolina), driver incinerated:

Note: Something was wrong with this driver. Maybe his mind was gone. People tried to flag him down, tell him his car was on fire, but he did a U-turn, kept driving, burned to death inside his car on the bridge there...

2012-12-19 - Car bursts into flame on I-494 in Bloomington (Minnesota) near the Minnesota River:

2012-12-19 - Car bursts into flame in Stroud Township (Pennsylvania):

2012-12-19 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-476 in Montgomery County (Pennsylvania):

2012-12-19 - Two vehicles, home and garage destroyed by fire on Valley Drive in Calcutta (Ohio):

2012-12-19 - Pallets burst into flame outside school in coastal Everett (Washington), another fire mentioned too:

Note: More wood spontaneously combusting. There have been quite a number of instances of pallets bursting into flame the last few months. Wood is absorbent and is absorbing methane and/or hydrogen sulfide and spontaneously combusting. Art galleries (frames), door companies, cabinet companies, wood carving businesses, prison and school wood shops, porches, gazebos, door frames at homes, lumber companies, saw mills, pallets, utility poles (though I think that's the electrified copper reacting with hydrogen sulfide in at least some instances), you name it...

2012-12-19 - Turkey barn goes up in flames at farm near Petersfield (Britain), turkeys rescued:

2012-12-19 - Huge fire consumes barn on Snowden Road in Union Township (Pennsylvania):

Note: I mentioned the many barn vulnerabilities in the 2012-11-19 update...

2012-12-19 - Massive blaze tears through 16-story shopping center in Ha Tinh Province (Saigon), vehicles incinerated, 1 killed:

2012-12-19 - Brushfire breaks out in southern Bexar County (Texas), destroys trailer and two RVs:

2012-12-19 - Apartment erupts in flame in coastal Riviera Beach (Florida), family homeless:

2012-12-19 - Accomack County (Virginia) residents uneasy, want fire mysteries on Virginia's Eastern Shore solved:

Quote: "'They can catch people breaking into houses and all that but they can't catch somebody who has burnt down 30 something houses?' Hart said, 'I mean all these people around here, they've got to see something.'"

Note: Nobody's going to see anything because there are no people involved in these fires, at least in most cases. It's simply stuff absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, or gas plumes blowing through and finding an ignition source. So there's not going to be anything to see other than fire suddenly breaking out at this building or that building. Same thing happening in Marion (Ohio), North St. Louis (Missouri), and many other places...

2012-12-19 - Major fire destroys 8 units at apartment complex in Northglenn (Colorado):

2012-12-19 - Two-story apartment building hit by fire in North St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2012-12-19 - Massive fire destroys vacant warehouse in North St. Louis (Missouri), smoke seen for miles:

Note: Above two stories, same day, North St. Louis again. Many fires there in the last month or two, not unlike Virginia's Eastern Shore fires or the Southern Shore fires in Massachusetts. St. Louis is in the Mississippi River Valley, and just as water flows from the north to the Gulf of Mexico, so too will a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide. It just so happens that NORTH St. Louis is apt to be the first area to be hit in the St. Louis area. Once a lot of North St. Louis has burned, then areas farther south in the city will start getting hit harder. This same general scenario will play out in all cities in time...

2012-12-19 - Vacant home burns on Pelican Island (New Jersey) near Toms River:

2012-12-19 - Vacant building under renovation burns in Brownsville (Texas):

2012-12-19 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in coastal Currituck (North Carolina):

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

2012-12-19 - Family of seven found dead in their villa in Laiguangying (China):

Note: They suspect carbon monoxide. Well, anyone can suspect anything. I'm sure some will suspect aliens or demons. I suspect they either got hit by a cloud of carbon monoxide created by the incomplete burning of methane and/or hydrogen sulfide plumes in the atmosphere (those 'mystery booms' and 'flashes of light' being reported around the world), or some hydrogen sulfide killed them. Also, it's quite rare for carbon monoxide to kill this many people, for the obvious reason: some would succumb first, others would see that happening and flee or open windows. If they were all in the same room, all weighed about the same and had their mouths and noses at about the same elevation, sure, maybe, but that's highly unlikely. There's no way to know, but regardless, when a family of 7 drops dead, it's worth paying attention to...

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

2012-12-19 - Dutch skydiver doesn't open shoot, falls and dies, parachute okay, in the Netherlands:

Note: They say suicide. Well, that's one theory. Same thing happened to a skydiver in New Jersey recently too, as mentioned in the 2012-11-27 update. They're probably falling through methane or hydrogen sulfide plumes, or both, and losing consciousness on the way down. Unconscious people don't pull their cords, so they die. That's why I mentioned how important location is when you're knocked unconscious. Lose consciousness while leaning over a balcony or railing over a precipice, or at a cliff, a window ledge, edge of parking garage, etc? Then you fall and die. Lose consciousness driving and you veer off road or into oncoming traffic. Lose consciousness as your home or car bursts into flame then you're incinerated. Lose consciousness in water and you drown. Lose consciousness while walking home in the snow and your body will be found frozen. And so on. You get the idea...

2012-12-19 - Man in his 40s found dead beneath bridge in Pasadena (California):

2012-12-19 - Man, 63, drops dead in his jail cell in Lafayette Parish (Louisiana):

Note: That's about 15 miles-ish from the Gulf Coast...

2012-12-19 - Man, 64, found dead on Orkney island of Flotta (Scotland):

2012-12-19 - Sticky Rice co-owner Joey Belcher, 37, found dead on street in coastal Washington DC:

2012-12-19 - Man, 62, suddenly collapses and dies while driving truck on road near Winchester (Britain):

2012-12-19 - Missing woman, 73, found dead in the Delaware River near the Burlington Bristol Bridge (New Jersey):

2012-12-19 - Woman drops dead in Belmont Shore home in coastal Long Beach (California):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-12-19 - Small plane crashes outside Libby (Montana), 2 killed:

2012-12-19 - Small plane crashes in the Mazatzal Wilderness northeast of Phoenix (Arizona), 1 killed:

2012-12-19 - Small plane crashes into the Gulf of Mexico near Lido Key (Florida), 1 lightly injured:

2012-12-19 - Massive pileup involving 30+ vehicles on the Long Island Expressway (New York), fires erupt, 1 killed, dozens injured:

Note: Apparently a semi slammed into some cars then burst into flame. Some of the cars burst into flame too. Then vehicles behind them crashed around and the pileup grew...

2012-12-19 - School bus crashes into fire truck in coastal Bradenton (Florida), 2 injured:

Quote: "FHP reports the fire truck was responding to a vehicle fire."

2012-12-19 - Tanker truck hauling sodium hydroxide overturns on highway in Israel:

2012-12-19 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, on I-12 in coastal Lacombe (Louisiana), 2 killed:

2012-12-19 - Tractor trailer veers off road, hits sign, concrete pillar, overturns, bursts into flame, in Bartow County (Georgia), 3 killed:

2012-12-19 - Tractor trailer hits median, overturns, on I-85 in Durham (North Carolina):

2012-12-19 - SUV hits transit bus head-on, in Ookala in the Hawaiian Islands, 15 injured:

2012-12-19 - Two cars collide head-on, on the Honoapiilani Highway near Maui in the Hawaiian Islands, 1 killed, 1 injured:

2012-12-19 - SUV veers across centerline, slams car head-on, in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 2 injured:

2012-12-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits van then school bus, bursts into flame, in Exeter (New Hamphire), 5 injured:

2012-12-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in coastal Tangipahoa Parish (Louisiana), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2012-12-19 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, one bursts into flame, in Lower Lake (California), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2012-12-19 - Car veers off road, hits utility pole, bursts into flame, on Highway 101 in coastal Corte Madera (California):

Note: Remember when people used to make fun of Hollywood's unrealism showing cars exploding or burning with just about any crash? That's not looking so unrealistic anymore!

2012-12-19 - Car crashes on Scripps Way in coastal Jupiter (Florida), bursts into flame, 3 injured:

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-12-19 - Rash of 'flu-like illness' sweeping across Minnesota, affecting schools:

Quote: "Karen Martin said Wednesday 47 schools have reported flu-like outbreaks so far this week. She says that's up from 12 last week and four the week before that."

Quote: "Principal Erin Hatlestad says the number of students out sick was unprecedented."

Note: That's near the Great Lakes, low-lying areas where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will accumulate and from where it will blow when the wind picks up. Many symptoms of low-level hydrogen sulfide exposure are very 'flu-like': nausea, dizziness, eye irritation, sore throat, vomiting, headaches, etc. One must wonder if that's not what's sickening people there and in other areas, like Florida, downwind of the Gulf of Mexico, Britain, an island nation, etc.

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