Monday, February 11, 2013

Event Update For 2013-02-10

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.
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.

2013-02-10 - Underground explosion blows manholes off, fire erupts, near the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Firefighters discovered thick black smoke and flames inside the manhole. As firefighters began moving pedestrians from the scene, another manhole about 175 feet away, near the intersection of Jefferson and Mason streets, blew up. 'It obliterated the asphalt,' Lipski said in an interview at the scene at 7:30 p.m. Asphalt chunks littered the street where pavement was heaved up like it had been punched from underneath."

Note: The last underground explosion similar to this was waaaay back in...the day before, in coastal Manhattan (New York), as mentioned in the 2013-02-09 update. Hydrogen sulfide is extremely flammable, it is a heavier-than-air gas which will get into underground facilities, and it is reactive with copper...

2013-02-10 - Power station hit by exposion in coastal Maputo (Mozambique), massive power outages ensue:

2013-02-10 - Huge log home explodes and burns in Muhlenberg County (Kentucky):

Quote: "Shortly after neighbors heard the explosion, they say the house was engulfed in flames."

Quote: "Firefighters say the explosion caused an earth shake that could be felt from miles away."

2013-02-10 - Home explodes and burns just outside Boulder (Colorado), 1 lightly injured:

2013-02-10 - Home explodes and burns in coastal Ruakaka (New Zealand), near Bream Bay, 1 injured:

2013-02-10 - Barn explodes and burns at home in Kansas City (Missouri), destroyed:

Quote: "The man who owns a home in the 11200 block of East Bannister Road said he was resting when his wife heard the sound of an explosion. He said he looked outside to see his barn on fire."

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

2013-02-10 - Cruise ship bursts into flame in the Caribbean, power and running water go out, ship disabled:

2013-02-10 - Boat bursts into flame inside mansion in Dallas Bay (Tennessee), fire spreads, 3 cars, 2 boats and mansion destroyed:

Quote: "Mr. Anderson went to find the source of smoke and found a boat on fire."

2013-02-10 - RV showroom bursts into flame in Hexham (Australia), near the coast, around 6 RVs damaged or destroyed:

Note: Another RV showroom burned hard not too long ago, in Ontario (Canada), as mentioned in the 2012-11-27 update. RVs have a lot of vulnerabilities to the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem: 1) they have lots of copper and batteries in them, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper; 2) they have steel/iron in them and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron; 3) they often use propane-powered appliances, with pilot lights; 4) they have wheels and brakes and wheel rubber is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and igniting brakes, brake lines, tires and entire vehicles when the heat from brake-friction meets contaminated tires; 5) when running, their engine heat or exhaust heat may ignite gas plumes directly if any gas blows by...

2013-02-10 - Transit bus bursts into flame in South Delhi (India):

2013-02-10 - Semi bursts into flame on the A5 near Glencull (Ireland):

2013-02-10 - Van bursts into flame in maintenance shop in Chetola (North Carolina), near Chetola Lake:

2013-02-10 - Fish and chip van bursts into flame in Hutton Rudby (Britain):

2013-02-10 - SUV bursts into flame in parking lot in Kelowna (Canada), near Okanagan Lake:

2013-02-10 - SUV bursts into flame in alley in Aberdeen (South Dakota):,0,1228830.story

2013-02-10 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at home in Rantoul (Illinois):

2013-02-10 - In separate incidents, two cars burst into flame in coastal West Haven (Connecticut):

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame on East College Drive in Marshall (Minnesota):

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame in 7-11 parking lot in Eugene (Oregon):

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame in Walmart parking lot in Tyler (Texas):

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame near Ashton Road in Siddington (Britain):

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-70 in Centerville (Indiana), 2 killed:

Note: Someone was using oxygen, and someone lit a cigarette. Had hydrogen sulfide and/or methane seeped into the fabric of the car - or into the peoples' clothes - too, to exacerbate the fire, and they simply provided the ignition source and extra oxygen for the fire to burn, or not? We'll never know. Either way, another car fire, and two people burned to death...

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame on Demaris Drive in Swatara Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-10 - Car bursts into flame before race in coastal Blackpool (Britain):

2013-02-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-68 near Frostburg (Maryland):

Note: Frostburg sits at the head of the Georges Creek Valley...

2013-02-10 - Auto shop destroyed by fire in coastal Owls Head (Maine):

2013-02-10 - Man catches fire at home in Temple Hills (Maryland), 1 killed:

Note: He got near a heater and his clothes ignited. Clothes are an absorbent material, and absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane. Sometimes they spontaneously combust once contaminated. Sometimes they just burn fast and hot with the slightest contact with heat or fire or static electricity, whatever. Such materials include clothes, wood, paper, cardboard, rubber, mulch, dried brush and dried trees, generic trash, palm trees (no kidding, there've been multiple incidents involving palm trees bursting into flame), utility poles, and more.

2013-02-10 - Barn destroyed by fire in Brookville (Ohio):

Quote: "The barn, which housed a wood shop, was destroyed and a nearby mobile home also had minor damage."

Note: Wood is an absorbent material and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. There have been MANY wood-related fires in the past months: door companies, 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, sawmills, and more...

2013-02-10 - Pole barn destroyed by fire in Winslow Township (New Jersey):

2013-02-10 - Blaze rips through feed mill in Mountain Home (Arkansas), near Norfork Lake:

Note: Mills are almost always built near bodies of flowing water to provide free energy for millwork. This mill is located right by a tributary of Dodd Creek. Creeks, rivers, ravines, seas, valleys, etc, are all low-lying areas where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will accumulate when the wind isn't blowing and from where any gas that has accumulated will blow when the wind picks up...

2013-02-10 - Garbage bursts into flame in garbage truck on Bedford Road in Barton le Clay (Britain):

2013-02-10 - Apartment building devastated by fire in South Bend (Indiana), 2 killed, 1 critically burned:

Note: South Bend derives its name from its location near the southernmost bend of the St. Joseph River...

2013-02-10 - Fire tears through Harbour Walk apartments in coastal Tampa (Florida), 29 people homeless:

2013-02-10 - Home erupts in flame in Gales Ferry (Connecticut), near the Thames River:

2013-02-10 - Blaze and explosion destroy home near Little Blue Lake in Oakfield Township (Michigan):

Quote: "First responders indicated the fire might be in the home's basement. An explosion erupted and was reported by firemen on scene."

2013-02-10 - Home seriously damaged by fire in Rainbow Lake (New York):

2013-02-10 - Fire rips through home in coastal Portland (Maine), woman critically burned:

2013-02-10 - Unoccupied home burns in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida):

Note: When I say 'unoccupied', I mean someone lives there but is temporarily away. When I say 'vacant', I mean that nobody lives there, period.

2013-02-10 - Port-a-potty bursts into flame, fire spreads to vacant home, in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2013-02-10 - Vacant house burns in Brownsville (Texas):

2013-02-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Oak Ridge (Tennessee):

2013-02-10 - Vacant house burns in downtown Las Vegas (Nevada):

2013-02-10 - Vacant home burns in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2013-02-10 - Vacant commercial building burns in the Eastern Shore area of Virginia, 46th since mid-November:

2013-02-10 - Vacant 3-story commercial building destroyed by fire in downtown Springfield (Ohio):

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

2013-02-10 - Woman, 22, found dead and man, 29, unconscious, in hotel room in coastal Lapu-Lapu in the Philippine Islands:

Quote: "Police said the woman had bruises in the different parts of the body."

Quote: "Police said fluids were seen coming out from the Korean’s mouth which could be a result of drug overdose."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide can cause blood vessels to rupture and thus cause bruising. A victim may even look like they've been severely beaten. Breathing hydrogen sulfide, if it doesn't kill you outright, can cause chemical damage to lungs and foaming at the mouth. The woman here was probably smaller than the man, less mass, so less of her to poison, so she died. The man was bigger so he didn't die, at least not yet. Sometimes the effects are delayed, by minutes, hours, even days. He could drop dead from a brain aneurism or heart attack any time now, and even if he doesn't, he may have sustained serious organ damage or brain damage...

2013-02-10 - Man, 22, found dead in Jervis Bay (Australia):

2013-02-10 - Man found dead near Carter Lake in Omaha (Nebraska):

2013-02-10 - Woman, 51, suddenly dies in her hot tob in Jefferson County (Alabama):

2013-02-10 - Man, 50, sickens during plane flight, dies shortly later, plane lands near Hyderabad (India):

2013-02-10 - Firefighter, 60, sickens and dies after using snowblower outside at home in Worcester (Massachusetts):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas. A snowblower would kick up any gas at ground level. One whiff and you might just start feeling unwell, then your heart might stop a little later. That's exactly what happened to this man...

2013-02-10 - Group of people go swimming at pond in High Point (North Carolina), 3 of them die:

Note: Ostensibly they died from drowning and hypothermia. Of course that's exactly what they'd die of if they lost consciousness from breathing a little hydrogen sulfide, which is a heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas, just like water does, which means...ponds. In any case, 3 more people dead in a low-lying area...

2013-02-10 - Cadet suddenly dies on campus at Air Force Academy (Colorado):

2013-02-10 - Soldier, 20, drops dead in barracks room at Fort Drum (New York):

2013-02-10 - Woman, 51, booked into jail one night, found dead the next day, in coastal Palm Beach County (Florida):

2013-02-10 - Man, 54, drops dead in motel room in coastal Queens (New York):

2013-02-10 - Man, 24, found dead in field off Rhineland Road in Delhi, Ontario (Canada):

2013-02-10 - Man, 74, found dead in Plumb Beach Channel in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2013-02-10 - Man, 51, found dead in water at Loch Linnhe in Fort William (Scotland):

2013-02-10 - Man, 66, found dead in water at Pelican Beach near coastal Sydney (Australia):

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2013-02-10 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Grand Rapids (Michigan), steering and brake problems:

Quote: "The plane was roughly 37 miles away from the airport when pilots reported steering and brake problems..."

2013-02-10 - Passenger plane diverts to Edmonton (Canada), unspecified mechanical problem:

2013-02-10 - Helicopter crashes in Acton (California), near Acton Wash and Antelope Valley, 3 killed:

2013-02-10 - Shuttle bus overturns at airport in coastal Baltimore (Maryland), 3 injured:

2013-02-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-70 near the Clear Creek Rest Area in Vigo County (Indiana):

2013-02-10 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-87 in Albany (New York):

Note: Albany sits on the west bank of the Hudson River...

2013-02-10 - Tractor trailer crashes on Kentucky 139 near Princeton (Kentucky):

2013-02-10 - Coal truck overturns in Belmont County (Ohio), 1 killed:

2013-02-10 - Two vans collide head-on, one bursts into flame, in coastal Wilmington (Delaware), 3 injured:

2013-02-10 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Dulzura (California), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-02-10 - Car crashes on side of highway, bursts into flame, near Wilbur (Washington):

2013-02-10 - Car veers off road, crashes over cliff into ravine in Santa Clara County (California), near the coast, 2 injured:

2013-02-10 - Vehicle veers off road, down embankment, overturns, near Lake Carroll in Carroll County (Illinois), 1 killed:

Animal Attacks:

2013-02-10 - Dog bites toddler's face on Steuben Street in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-10 - Fox attacks baby boy inside home in coastal London (Britain):

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