Saturday, December 22, 2012

Event Update For 2012-12-21

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.

2012-12-21 - Unoccupied fire station erupts in flame in Hose (Britain):

Quote: "But when the crew from Oakham arrived, they found a fire in one of the garages which house Melton station's fire engines. It is understood a portable heater set fire to some clothing."

Note: Cloth is an absorbent material and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, like wood, paper, trash, compost, etc. Put any kind of heat source near clothing that's been contaminated with accelerant(s) and whoosh, fire breaks out. This story is not unlike the man who burst into flame while cooking at home in Indianapolis (Indiana) the day prior, as mentioned in the 2012-12-20 update...

2012-12-21 - School bus bursts into flame in Bristol (Connecticut):

2012-12-21 - Tour bus bursts into flame inside auto shop garage in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2012-12-21 - Transit bus bursts into flame en route to Vadapalani (India):

2012-12-21 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame in Poland, some cars on it burn too, nice pics:

2012-12-21 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-71 in Ashland (Ohio):

2012-12-21 - RV bursts into flame in car park in Exeter (Britain), fire spreads to 2 cars, building:

2012-12-21 - Van bursts into flame on road near Priddy (Britain):

Note: Looks Priddy burned...

2012-12-21 - Van bursts into flame near Howard Road in Shanklin on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

Note: Another van just burst into flame in Shanklin a week prior, as mentioned in the 2012-12-14 update...

Quote From Commenter: "Why is there so many fires all of a sudden?:("

2012-12-21 - SUV bursts into flame at home in coastal New London County (Connecticut), nice pics:

2012-12-21 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in driveway at home in Georgetown (Kentucky):

2012-12-21 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Fox Chase Circle in Delaware (Pennsylvania):

2012-12-21 - Car bursts into flame on 2nd Street in Hartford (Connecicut):

2012-12-21 - Car explodes into flame inside garage as man works on it, in Ottawa (Canada):

2012-12-21 - RV trailer bursts into flame at residence in Gilpin County (Colorado), burns deck too:

2012-12-21 - Two vehicles, trailer, and home destroyed by fire in West Haven (Utah), explosion mentioned:

Quote: "The fire appears to have started in the garage..."

Note: Fire probably started in one of those vehicles. That area is about 5 miles east of the Great Salt Lake...

2012-12-21 - Vehicle burns south of Brevard Community College in coastal Palm Bay (Florida), brush fire too:

Note: Did the vehicle burst into flame and ignite the brushfire, or did brush ignite and burn the vehicle? I guess it doesn't matter, since they both burned...

2012-12-21 - Auto shop hit by fire in Fort Worth (Texas):

2012-12-21 - Gigantic fire destroys poultry barn in Timberville (Virginia), 25,000 turkeys incinerated:

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

2012-12-21 - Hay bursts into flame, A million dollars worth destroyed, in Herminston (Oregon):

Quote: "Hermiston Battalion Chief Dale Ternes says the hay, if consolidated from separate stacks, would have formed a mass about 25 feet high, 300 feet long and 150 feet wide."

Note: That's like multiple football fields of hay 2.5 stories tall. And not one picture? I bet that was impressive...

2012-12-21 - Flooring chemicals burst into flame inside van in garage in Baden (California):

Note: Interesting. I wonder what those chemicals were. Hydrogen sulfide reacts with a number of chemicals, including sodium hydroxide and nitric acid, but I have no idea what chemicals are used with wood flooring...

2012-12-21 - Huge fire and explosions hit commercial building in coastal Ashburton (New Zealand) on the South Island:

2012-12-21 - Raging fire tears through manufacturing plant in Mount Pleasant (Pennsylvania), building partially collapses:

2012-12-21 - Explosion and fire hit chemical plant at Dow Chemical facility in Oyster Creek (Texas):

2012-12-21 - Fire and small explosions destroy double-wide trailer in Karns (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2012-12-21 - Basement fire erupts at beauty salon in Eagle River (Wiconsin):

Note: Basements are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate once the gas infiltrates a structure...

2012-12-21 - High-rise catches fire in Wilkins (Pennsylvania), residents evacuated:

2012-12-21 - Blaze breaks out at home in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2012-12-21 - Unoccupied home explodes into flame in Nixa (Missouri):

Quote: " Neighbors say they heard a 'pop and explosion' before calling authorities. The owner was not home at the time of the fire."

Note: There's that popping sound again. That's the sound of a small gas plume igniting and exploding. The explosion may have been a larger accumulation of gas detonating, and then fire erupted. The owner is probably lucky he or she WASN'T at home, else they might be dead now...

2012-12-21 - Unoccupied home destroyed by fire, partially collapses, in coastal Brick (New Jersey):

2012-12-21 - Yet another vacant house burns down in fierce fire in North St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

Note: There have simply been a whole lot of fires in North St. Louis, mainly vacant structures, over the last two months...

2012-12-21 - Third suspicious fire this week hits Brownsville (Texas):

Quote: "They used some kind of accelerant on the palm tree itself..."

Note: Accelerant, correct. 'They', probably incorrect. Absorbent materials - wood, clothes, paper, cardboard, etc - are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, both flammable and thus accelerants, and spontaneously combusting. A palm tree may qualify as an 'absorbent material'. This isn't the first such incident either. A palm tree burst into flame near an RV park in Lake Havasu City (Arizona), as mentioned in the 2012-08-26 update, and multiple palm trees burst into flame near the Marina Mall in Kuwait, as mentioned in the 2012-07-23 update. Perhaps palm trees are more absorbent than other trees. However, there are 500 million dead trees in Texas alone now, died from drought, and once those fully dry then they could ALL start burning like these palm trees. That could happen this summer...

2012-12-21 - Three vacant homes burn within 8 hours in North Waco (Texas):

2012-12-21 - Two vacant mobile homes burn in Telico (Texas):

2012-12-21 - Vacant house under renovation burns in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

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

2012-12-21 - Fish reported dying in the Bulloo River in Queensland (Australia):

Quote: "The south-west Queensland natural resource management group says there will be some ecological benefits from an event that has killed thousands of fish."

Note: Nice way to put a positive spin on things. Fish are dying, woohoo!

2012-12-21 - Eight seals found dead at beaches in southeast Ireland:

Quote: "The Irish Seal Sanctuary do not know what happened to the seals but say it is 'very unusual' for a cluster of dead seals to be found in such a confined area."

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

2012-12-21 - Young man, 19, dies in swimming pool at upscale lodge in Malawi:

Quote: "This is almost 15 days since another person also drowned into the swimming pool at the lodge. And there have been a few other cases of drowning at the lodge. Police who brought the remains of Mbale to the hospital wondered why drowning cases were rapidly increasing at the lodge."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble and will contaminate water, and that includes pools. I discussed the pool deaths in this post. That lodge may simply be topographically vulnerable, near a coast, down in a little depression, roofs slanting toward the pool, something like that, so that heavier-than-air hydrogen sulfide flows into the pool. As people swim, it evaporates out, they breathe it, lose consciousness and then breathe water until dead, breathing being an involuntary reflex...

2012-12-21 - Missing student, 20, found dead in the River Frome near Cainscross (Britain):

2012-12-21 - Canoer goes missing at Lake Te Anau (New Zealand), next seen dead:

2012-12-21 - Man, 59, drops dead in the street in Billings (Montana):

2012-12-21 - Missing man found dead in the River Thames at Wargrave (Britain):

2012-12-21 - Man found dead outside high-rise in coastal Aberdeen (Scotland):

Note: Dropped dead? Lost consciousness and toppled from his balcony?

2012-12-21 - Man found dead in flood control channel near the 10 Freeway in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2012-12-21 - Body found in car in Tumon on the island of Guam:

2012-12-21 - Elderly woman drops dead outside her home in Murrieta (California), in Riverside County:

2012-12-21 - Woman, 25, found dead in her car in Lodhipara (India):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-12-21 - Tractor trailer crashes and bursts into flame in the Lehigh Tunnel in East Penn Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The woman who died was one of hundreds of northbound Turnpike motorists held up because a tractor-trailer hauling bananas crashed north of the Lehigh Tunnel in East Penn Township and caught fire at 6:10 p.m. The truck's tractor reportedly was engulfed in flames, but no one in the truck was injured seriously. One person in the truck was checked for chest pains."

Note: Shortly after the big rig crash and fire, a car read-ended a car and 4 cars caught fire inside the tunnel too, killing a woman who was trapped in one of them. Tunnels are likely to capture a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide and prevent wind from blowing it onward easily. Hydrogen sulfide is also a broad-spectrum poison which can affect the heart, causing chest pains like the driver of the big rig experienced. In any case, heck of a lot of events within one hour in the tunnel there with a big rig and four passenger vehicles burning. Unquestionably out-of-the-ordinary.

2012-12-21 - Bus driver loses consciousness, crashes transit bus into 21 parked vehicles and laundromat in Chicago (Illinois), 2 injured:

Note: As mentioned, hydrogen sulfide is a fast-acting 'knockdown agent' and will knock drivers unconscious and cause accidents. This is affecting ALL drivers, but when it's a bus then a lot of mass is involved and often many people too. This is by no means the only bus driver to lose consciousness while driving in recent times. There was another incident like this in the 2012-11-28 update, another in the 2012-11-16 update, another in the 2012-10-10 update, another in the 2012-10-03 update, etc.

2012-12-21 - Small plane crashes at Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 injured:

2012-12-21 - Small plane crashes near airport in Las Cruces (New Mexico), 3 lightly injured:

Quote: "The pilot and two passengers suffered injuries, but were able to walk back to the terminal."

2012-12-21 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on I-10 in Houston (Texas):

2012-12-21 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-579 on the Veterans Bridge in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2012-12-21 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-75 in Dayton (Ohio):

2012-12-21 - Tractor trailer swerves to avoid car on I-75, hits trees, bursts into flame, near Lexington (Kentucky), 1 injured:

2012-12-21 - Cement truck overturns in Alexandia (Virginia), near the Potomac River:

2012-12-21 - Two cars collide head-on, on the N3 motorway near Villiers (South Africa), 6 killed:

2012-12-21 - Car crashes, bursts into flame, on the M5 near Burnham (Britain):

2012-12-21 - Car crashes around, bursts into flame, near the Genoa Lock and Dam in Genoa (Wisconsin):

2012-12-21 - Car hits gas meter, bursts into flame, in Amarillo (Texas):

2012-12-21 - Vehicle crashes on I-75, bursts into flame, near Cartersville (Georgia), at least one killed:

'Zombie' Files:

2012-12-21 - Woman, 21, bites thumb off mother, possibly eats it, at residence in Upper Darby (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "She's a mom eater! Pennsylvania woman arrested for biting off mom's thumb in case of 'domestic cannibalism'..."

Note: Domestic cannibalism. Huh, don't think I've ever heard that term before...

Animal Attacks:

2012-12-21 - Dog attacks and injures 2-year-old girl at playpark in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

2012-12-21 - Pack of dogs attack and seriously injure tailor in Srinagar (India), other attacks mentioned:

2012-12-21 - Shark attacks man off coast of Western Australia, man beats it in head with surfboard, drives it off:

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-12-21 - Explorers discover deepwater gas seeps off U.S. East Coast:

Quote: "...scientists believe the seeps are likely emitting methane gas."

2012-12-21 - 'Chemical cloud' sickens passengers on Mississippi River ferry at Chalmette (Louisiana), ferry shut down:

Note: Near the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico...

2012-12-21 - Woman, 68, suddenly sickens on cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico, evac'd:

Note: Also near the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico. In fact, it could have been the same cloud, possibly hydrogen sulfide, that sickened her AND those ferry passengers, as it blew through. But there are probably many plumes blowing out of that area now, so who knows...

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