Thursday, January 24, 2013

Event Update For 2013-01-23

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.
C. 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.

2013-01-23 - Enormous fire devastates door company's large building on Cranbrook Road, south of Brussels (Canada):

Note: Another wood-related fire. Wood is an absorbent material and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. There have been MANY wood-related fires recently: door companies like this, furniture companies, cabinet makers, school and prison wood shops, railroad ties, pallets and pallet companies, wood-carving businesses, art warehouses (frames), utility poles, gazebos, porches, barns, lumber companies, wood carving businesses, sawmills, and more...

2013-01-23 - Chemical tanker ship catches fire in the Sabine-Neches Waterway (Louisiana):

2013-01-23 - Luxury yacht bursts into flame at dock in coastal Istanbul (Turkey), 2 killed:

2013-01-23 - Boat bursts into flame at home on Shore Drive in coastal Joppatowne (Maryland), fire spreads to home:,0,3065077.story

2013-01-23 - Boat bursts into flame at dock in coastal Miami (Florida), fire spreads to second boat:

2013-01-23 - Nine classic cars incinerated in fire at classic car garage in Macon County (Illinois):

Quote: "Nine classic cars worth more than $1 million were ruined."

Note: Cha-ching!

2013-01-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-35 in Dallas (Texas):

2013-01-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Orange Blossom Trail near I-4 near Orlando (Florida):

2013-01-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2013-01-23 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the M40 near Bicester (Britain):

2013-01-23 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on New Hallglen Road near Falkirk (Britain):

2013-01-23 - Dump truck bursts into flame on I-90 in Westlake (Ohio), in Lake County:

2013-01-23 - Truck bursts into flame, explodes, at JTL Trucking in Fond du Lac (Wisconsin), near Lake Winnebago:

2013-01-23 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Ellough Road in Beccles (Britain):

2013-01-23 - RV bursts into flame at home on Christian Valley Road near Dry Creek Road in Auburn (California):

Quote: "The motorhome had been parked and not driven recently, Harris said."

2013-01-23 - RV bursts into flame outside home in Colchester (Britain):

2013-01-23 - RV bursts into flame behind business in Galesburg (Michigan):

2013-01-23 - Minivan bursts into flame near college in coastal Astoria (Oregon):

2013-01-23 - SUV bursts into flame outside residence in coastal Juneau (Alaska):

2013-01-23 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked on Driftwood Lane in coastal Harwich (Massachusetts):

Note: A woman, 42, was found dead near Flax Pond in Harwich too, as mentioned in the update for this same day...

2013-01-23 - Car bursts into flame on road in Cicero (Illinois), 5 miles from Lake Michigan, 1 killed, 2 injured:,0,1940940.story

2013-01-23 - Car bursts into flame on I-79 in Wexford (Pennsylvania):

2013-01-23 - Car bursts into flame on I-90 near Westlake (Ohio):

2013-01-23 - Car bursts into flame on Malvern Road in Wallasey (Britain):

2013-01-23 - Car bursts into flame on the A6 near Wrest Park (Britain):

2013-01-23 - Car bursts into flame on Becket Crescent in Lowedges (Britain):

2013-01-23 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-70 near I-635 in Kansas City (Kansas):

Note: Kansas City sits at the confluence of the Kansas River and the Missouri River...

2013-01-23 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Loop 410 in San Antonio (Texas):

2013-01-23 - Tire and junkyard fire erupts in Blount County (Alabama):

Note: Tires are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane (probably the former because it's a heavier-than-air gas) and causing fires on moving vehicles as well as spontaneously combusting at facilities like this. But junkyards are going up in flames too, likely because hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper and rusty iron/steel, no flame needed. So places like this are going to be increasingly vulnerable to fires spontaneously breaking out, and indeed, many scrapyards and junkyards have burned up in recent months...

2013-01-23 - Large machine bursts into flame at junkyard in DeLand (Florida):

Note: And here's another junkyard fire, though this appears to have been caused by a machine bursting into flame. Probably a combustion engine powered machine, so basically a kind of car...

2013-01-23 - Huge fire rips through metal shop in Bergen County (New Jersey):

Note: Probably caused, once again, by hydrogen sulfide reacting with copper or rusting iron/steel...

2013-01-23 - Explosion reported along Webford Avenue in Des Plaines (Iowa):

Note: They looked for fireworks, found nothing. So, a spontaneous explosion, outside, along this street, no known cause. That's probably a gas plume - hydrogen sulfide or methane or both - finding an ignition source, which could be lots of things: a rusty pipe or nail, a pallet (with rusted nails in it), copper wiring, flame of any kind, static electricity, etc. When gas plumes find an ignition source near or inside buildings then you get garages or restaurants exploding, that kind of thing...

2013-01-23 - Detached garage explodes in Denver (Colorado), 2 injured:

2013-01-23 - Restaurant explodes in Lahore (Pakistan), blamed on gas cyclinder, building destroyed, 40 injured:

Quote: "The windows of some nearby buildings and cars parked in the vicinity were also shattered. Police said the restaurant building had been completely destroyed."

2013-01-23 - Fire erupts twice in two days in subway in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2013-01-23 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck in Watertown (Massachusetts):

2013-01-23 - Massive fire devors sheep barn in Alexandria (New Jersey), dozens of sheep killed:

2013-01-23 - Barn destroyed by blaze near Mock's Creek (Kentucky):,0,5717032.story

2013-01-23 - Barn destroyed by fire in Apex (North Carolina):

2013-01-23 - Fire destroys large barn and 500 tons of straw in Wigginton (Britain):

Note: Like wood, straw is an absorbent material and will absorb hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combust. This also applies to clothing, cotton, paper, cardboard, generic trash, dried plants, canvas, etc.

2013-01-23 - Fire destroys large barn and shed in Guntersville (Alabama):

2013-01-23 - Huge inferno destroys barn in Pickering, Ontario (Canada), 4,000 racing pigeons killed:

2013-01-23 - Barn catches fire on Nance's Ferry Road in New Market (Tennessee):

2013-01-23 - Massive fire destroys lakefront mansion on Steamboat Drive at Lake Coeur d'Alene (Idaho):

Quote: "The house is a total loss. About a $2.4 million loss..."

Note: It was unoccupied at the time, nobody home...

2013-01-23 - Home erupts in flame in Grand Island (Nebraska), 2 dogs killed:

2013-01-23 - Fire rips through lakefront house on Chapman Lake Drive near Warsaw (Indiana), 1 killed:

2013-01-23 - Outside of lakefront home catches fire in Dinwiddie (Virginia), right next to Lake Chesdin:

2013-01-23 - Huge blaze destroys all 5 floors of apartment building in coastal Washington Heights (New York), firefighters injured:

2013-01-23 - Fire rips through apartment building in Kansas City (Missouri), 28 people homeless:

Note: Kansas City sits at the confluence of the Kansas River and the Missouri River...

2013-01-23 - Massive fire tears through multi-family home in coastal Chelsea (Massachusetts):

2013-01-23 - Vacant house burns in Louisville (Kentucky):

2013-01-23 - Vacant home burns in Richmond (Indiana):

2013-01-23 - Vacant house burns on Roanoke Avenue in Chattanooga (Tennessee):

2013-01-23 - Vacant home burns in Elgin (Illinois):

2013-01-23 - Vacant house burns in Middletown (Kentucky):

2013-01-23 - Vacant home burns in Indianapolis (Indiana):

2013-01-23 - Vacant house burns three times in one week in Marysville (Ohio):

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

2013-01-23 - Mysterious dolphin deaths continue in the Gulf of Mexico:

Quote: "An unusually high number of dolphin deaths that began three years ago in the northern Gulf of Mexico is continuing, although the number of deaths in Florida peaked in 2011."

Note: Maybe the deaths peaked in 2011 because now there are simply fewer left alive that CAN die. Once there are no dolphins left at all then they'll be able to say that the mysterious dolphin deaths have ended. Yay?

2013-01-23 - Dolphins, fish and pelicans found dead along beach in northern Peru:

Quote: "In 2012, the Peruvian government also claimed “natural causes” were responsible for the deaths of about 900 dolphins that had washed up on its shores. In May, Peruvian authorities said warm waters off its coast were to blame for the deaths of more than 5,000 marine birds. Conservationists not within the government however, have continued to question the government’s reasoning, saying 'natural causes' does not explain everything."

Note: Well, if you breathe enough hydrogen sulfide then naturally you're gonna die. So maybe that's what the government means by 'natural causes'...

2013-01-23 - Dogs sickening and dying in coastal Wellfleet (Massachusetts):

Note: Wellfleet is almost an island, connected to land on the north and south by little strips of land, with Cape Cod Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east...

2013-01-23 - Thousands of fish dying in Lake Boort and hundreds more in Reedy Swamp (Australia):

2013-01-23 - Eighteen water birds (geese) found dead near river in Jorhat (India):

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

2013-01-23 - Man, 27, drops dead outside tavern in Evans Mills (New York):

2013-01-23 - Missing couple, 31 and 36, found dead in submerged vehicle in the Snohomish River in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Note: Right off Riverview Road. They probably got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide, got knocked unconscious, and drove into the river to drown, breathing being an involuntary reflex. Location is very important when you lose consciousness...

2013-01-23 - Woman found dead and another unconscious in storefront in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

Quote: "A neighboring business owner, who was not identified, was using the empty storefront for storage and had found the women and called police saying he smelled a strong odor inside..."

Quote: "It’s unclear why the women were in the storefront or what the source of the odor was. A reporter smelled what seemed like natural gas, but firefighters did not immediately detect a source of the odor."

Note: Natural gas doesn't have an odor, so they add mercaptan to it, which smells like 'rotten eggs', which is also being smelled from Paris to London, as mentioned in the 2013-01-22 update. Hydrogen sulfide also smells like 'rotten eggs', though that's at lower concentrations. Could be some hydrogen sulfide got in that building, killed one woman, knocked the other unconscious (and she's in critical condition), then dissipated enough that people could smell it...

2013-01-23 - Man, 52, drops dead in restroom at gas station along the Pacific Coast Highway in Los Angeles County (California):

2013-01-23 - Woman, 42, found dead near Flax Pond in coastal Harwich (Massachusetts) on Cape Cod:

2013-01-23 - Man, 20 to 30, found dead in San Francisco Bay at Robert Crown Memorial State Beach (California):

2013-01-23 - Woman drops dead on side of road in Houston (Texas):

Quote: " first police thought the woman may have been hit by a car, but homicide investigators said they could not find any signs of trauma to her body."

2013-01-23 - Hiker, man in his 70s, drops dead in Trabuco Canyon (California):

Quote: "It appeared the man had suffered some type of medical problem..."

Note: Canyons are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate, breathing it does cause medical problems, and older people are certainly not immune to the effects...

2013-01-23 - Man, 78, dies on bus in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

2013-01-23 - Two bodies found in last 5 days off Stainback Highway near coastal Hilo on the Big Island (Hawaii):

2013-01-23 - Charred corpse found in burned-out pickup truck at Vallecito County Regional Park in Borrego Springs (California):

2013-01-23 - Missing French exchange student, 23, found dead in wooded area in coastal Blekinge (Sweden):

2013-01-23 - Deputy fire chief, 48, sickens and dies in Sleepy Hollow (New York):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2013-01-23 - Passenger plane lands in Indianapolis (Indiana), reports 'brake issues':

Note: That's the brake-friction and absorbency problem again, as tires absorb hydrogen sulfide and burn up tires, brakes, sometimes power steering lines and entire vehicles after brakes are applied, which generates heat...

2013-01-23 - Small plane experiences landing gear issues, smoke in the cockpit, lands at Barnstable Municipal Airport (Massachusetts):

Note: Sounds like the brake-friction and absorbency problem again. Maybe his tires were burning or smoldering. A passenger plane just blew three tires after landing in Denver (Colorado), as mentioned in the 2013-01-21 update. And the day before that, a passenger plane blew four tires after landing at airport in Newark (New Jersey), as mentioned in the 2013-01-20 update...

2013-01-23 - Small plane makes belly landing at airport in McKinney (Texas) after landing gear collapses:

Note: And this looks like it may have been the same problem too...

2013-01-23 - Small plane goes missing in Antarctica, 3 aboard:

2013-01-23 - Small plane makes emergency landing in field in Bethel (New York):

2013-01-23 - Tractor trailer overturns in Harvest (Alabama):

2013-01-23 - Cement truck overturns on US 29 in Greensboro (North Carolina), 1 lightly injured:

2013-01-23 - Dump truck overturns on I-44 in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2013-01-23 - Truck veers off road into ditch, bursts into flame, in Uttar Pradesh (India), two people incinerated:

2013-01-23 - School bus slams into school bus in Newton County (Georgia), driver and at least 30 students injured:

2013-01-23 - Passenger bus veers off road, falls down mountainside, in Myanmar, 14 killed, 33 injured:

Quote: "The report provided few details of the accident, other than mentioning that it had been caused by 'a problem with the brakes' of the bus."

Note: Same problem as with the passenger planes blowing tires after landing in the last few days: tires are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and when brakes are applied, the brake-friction generates heat which ignites tires and they burn or explode, or the brakes and/or power steering lines fry, or the vehicle catches fire, or all of the above. That's why it's happening mainly with the planes as they land: that's when they hit the brakes. Same with these buses on mountain roads: they have to use their brakes more than normal, so the problem crops up more, and especially with buses because of their sheer mass, which means more brake-friction required, so more heat...

2013-01-23 - Passenger bus veers off road, hits checkpost, in Bihar (India), 15 killed, 10 injured:

2013-01-23 - SUV and van collide head-on, in Gaston County (North Carolina), 2 injured:

2013-01-23 - Car veers over centerline, hits truck head-on, on the A9 near Dunkeld (Scotland), 1 killed:

2013-01-23 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near the Punalu`u Bridge (Hawaii), pickup bursts into flame, 5 killed:

Quote: "The fatalities brought the island’s traffic death toll to seven for the year, compared to one at this time in 2012."

2013-01-23 - Two vehicles collide head-on, near Back Bay Landing in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia), 1 killed:

'Zombie' Files:

2013-01-23 - Man bites ostrich to death at zoo in Guangdong province (China), then slits his wrists:

Other Stories Of Interest:

2013-01-23 - HazMat event at business in New Brunswick (Canada), 34 sickened (7 critically), blamed on gas leak:

Quote: "He said the company was alerted to the problem when one of the assembly-line workers passed out. Responding emergency crews detected the odour of a foreign substance and ordered the building evacuated."

Quote: "Mullin said he does not know what caused the leak."

Note: Doesn't sound like they even know if there WAS a leak, and they're just assuming, because they have no idea what's going on with Planet Earth these days...


  1. "2013-01-23 - Truck bursts into flame, explodes, at JTL Trucking in Fond du Lac (Wisconsin), near Lake Winnebago"

    Uh-Oh it's getting closer to me. I'm in Oshkosh. I hope I can get my car sold before it bursts into flames. I should start parking it in front of a neighbor that I don't like!

    There are so many repetitive incidents that only an ignoramus wouldn't be able to figure out that something serious is happening here but unfortunately there seems to be no end to the blind, deaf & dumb. Have you seen the film 'Idiocracy' by Mike Judge? Idiocracy has been here for quite some time.

    I haven't been through all of your quotes yet. Do you have this one listed?

    Aristotle - "All Earthquakes and Disasters are warnings; there's too much corruption (& idiocracy!) in the world"

    1. Yeah, I thought of you when I saw Lake Winnebago there. LMAO, wish I had some neighbors I don't like to park near, but don't have any like that. And yep, I've seen 'Idiocracy', and yep, we're LIVING in it! Don't have that Aristotle quote used yep, thanks!

  2. "Quote: "Nine classic cars worth more than $1 million were ruined."

    Note: Cha-ching!"

    Bing Bada Bang Bada Plume!

    That's shame though. I love classic cars.

    BTW, Early2it talked about your site again so you'll be getting some more traffic.

    1. I like classic cars too! Never owned one, but I always wanted to, like an old Ford Cobra all spiffed up, or a '69 Camaro, something like that. I think that ships's sailed now though (and now it's on fire and sinking, heh).

      More traffic is good! Not for me - no ads here, as I don't wanna profit off the suffering and dying of my fellow human beings, and at least THAT is in my control, even if not much else is. I just think it's time for people to shake off their slumber and wake up to what's going on, for their own good.

      I mean, there's a moral element here, right? What kind of person would I be if I kept silent and watched people die off? I wouldn't be the kind of person that I want to be. I keep my tone calm - even try to throw in some humor here and there (albeit sometimes dark humor) - because panic wouldn't help anyone, but I'm not here to pull punches with the truth either; it is what it is.

    2. When I was growing up I'd see cars like '57 Chevy's for $50 for sale in front yards. I wish I would have known ahead of time what they would be worth today because then I would have filled up a warehouse full of them (& then crammed them full of 50's Fender & Gibson guitars!). If I would have done that though the warehouse might have burned down by now! It is definitely not a good time to have a warehouse full of cars of any sort. I'm surprised to not see more new & used car lots going up in smoke. From what you are saying about copper (what about lead?) & rust alone can ignite H2S then removing the battery wouldn't help.

      If you had ads here people would become immediately suspicious (especially trolls looking for any reason to tear others apart & inflict pain).
      You're a good hearted & courageous person to warn people & dedicate so much time to the cause. I also love dark humor & that bit about improving employment opportunities as people die off is a classic. This blog definitely needs more exposure. If it wasn't for Christina of Nuked Radio talking about your site then In probably never would have found out about it. I wonder how many people check it out every day? Do you have a way of keeping track of that? Ever thought of a Guestbook type of thing?

      RE: Tires absorbing H2S;
      How thoroughly does it penetrate the rubber & the inside air?
      Do the tires basically become H2S bombs?

    3. You're right about the car lots, I'm surprised more of those haven't burned up too. There have been some, and quite a few cars burning in general parking lots and carparks, but not as many at car sales lots as I expected. Also, I suspect that if copper DOES have a charge going through it then it probably does ignite/spark easier than 'dead' copper, so the presence of a battery may make SOME difference.

      As for the tires, I don't think they absorb a ton, but that's speculation based on the fact that rubber isn't that absorbent with, say, water, or oil, just a little. Like, if you put a tire in a vat of oil, it would absorb some of the oil, but not as much as a bale of hay or cotton would.

      I have a lot of the same questions in terms of specifics, but I'm not gonna be running those experiments, and if anyone has, they haven't published anything about it publicly. We're not supposed to have to deal with problems like this! Freakin' poisonous flammable gas floating around everywhere? Wasn't ever on my list of things I ought to plan for, even as a just-in-case item.

      Blogger offers some stats, but not to where I can see if a specific person returns or anything; it's more general, hits per day, what pages are people looking at the most, where is the traffic coming from, that kinda thing. I have thought about a guestbook, just haven't had time to look at the options.

      Someone DID attack me at one point, on a forum, saying, 'Oh, are you the guy who runs that blog? So you're just here trying to drive traffic and make some money!' They only tried that once though, because that set them up for me to reply about how there are no ads and never have been, and my motives are pure, which made them look like a d#ck. I was hoping they'd try that more, but I guess me metaphorically punching them in the face the first time was enough. ;)

    4. I googled 'mythbusters & hydrogen sulfide' but even those guys aren't fool enough to mess with that stuff!

      Britain sure comes up a lot. Is it in a dead zone with gases that accumulate from the North Sea?

      Lagos is another one that must be in an accumulation dead zone area.

      It would be interesting to see all of these incidents mapped out like they do with earthquakes.

      Eventually it will become so obvious that they won't be able to hide it anymore.
      How many barns, lumber/pallet companies, vacant houses, RV's, tractor-trailers, buses, cars, etc. have to burn down or explode before the public catches on?

      I've been watching for an update on the McFarland car fire autopsies but still nothing & unfortunately that may be the way it stays.

    5. I doubt you're gonna hear about this on Mythbusters or much else. Other than me, is ANYONE really talking about this? No. And isn't that strange all by itself? I mean, this is what happens when the dead zones get big enough. I've linked to the science on that, and it's pretty clear. This isn't some whacked-out theory here. And they'd been telling us for years that the dead zones were growing, getting worse, and then suddenly...crickets chirping, nobody talking about that anymore AT ALL. That's because 'they' don't WANT people talking about this, because what I'm saying here isn't BS, and it's scary, and the more people look into it, the more evidence they will find.

      Britain does come up a lot, but don't read TOO much into that. I'm an English speaker/reader, so I mainly am getting news from the US, Britain, New Zealand, Australia, plus whatever else someone happens to translate to English, or that I stumble upon and translate myself with Google Translate. I'm not saying Britain ISN'T getting hit hard, just that I'm not sure how they compare to, say, Cambodia or China and stuff, because I only get a limited selection of news from the non-English-speaking countries. Lagos, on the other hand, they definitely do seem to be getting hard, and I doubt that has anything to do with shared language (dunno what they even speak there, to be honest). There must be a dead zone somewhere off the coast near Lagos.

      And don't underestimate the sleepiness of the public, nor the ability of the governments to keep information suppressed! I would have thought people would already be awake, but clearly they aren't! People are way sleepier than I ever would have guessed when I began.

      I doubt we hear much again about the McFarland fire.