Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Event Update For 2013-02-12

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.

2013-02-12 - Two mysterious explosions shake homes, damage some, in Morristown (Tennessee):

Note: These mysterious explosions being seen/felt around the world in recent months are surely caused by flammable hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes igniting and detonating. If the explosion is high enough above ground, in the sky, then people see an accompanying 'flash of light'. When the explosions happen at or near ground level, people may see nothing, just feel the earth shake from the force of the explosion. Obviously, when these explosions start destroying entire towns or portions of cities, that's apt to be quite problematic. Morristown is also right next to - and downwind of - Cherokee Lake, a low-lying area 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. (Unless the gas simply explodes, of course.)

2013-02-12 - Home explodes and burns in coastal Bath (Maine), 1 killed, 4 injured:

Quote: "A two-family house exploded early Tuesday in this historic shipbuilding city on Maine’s coast, killing one person, leaving four others hospitalized, and sending debris flying a quarter-mile away..."

2013-02-12 - Home explodes and burns in Homestead (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "A neighbor reports that there was an explosion that caused the fire."

2013-02-12 - Empty classroom explodes at college in Mardan (Pakistan):

Note: What kind of classroom? Science or chemistry? Hydrogen sulfide is explosively reactive with a variety of chemicals that are likely to be found in science or chemistry labs, including nitric acid and sodium hydroxide, and there have indeed been a number of fires and explosions in school labs, including one explosion that definitely involved sodium hydroxide, which injured 12 students in Australia, as mentioned in the 2012-08-27 update...

2013-02-12 - Indian MiG-27 jet bursts into flame and crashes in Barmer district (India), pilot ejects, 3 injured:

Quote: "It soon developed a technical snag, lost contact with the control room and caught fire."

2013-02-12 - Small plane fills with smoke, crash lands in orchard in Colusa County (California), 2 injured:

2013-02-12 - Boat bursts into flame on the River Thames near coastal London (Britain):

2013-02-12 - Train car bursts into flame in Lincoln (Nebraska):

Quote: "BNSF officials confirmed the rail car was carrying bales of recycled papers."

Note: Absorbent materials - like paper, wood, cardboard, cotton, hay, straw, etc - are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. This same problem has caused many fires on trucks too and the fires often completely destroy the trucks...

2013-02-12 - Police bomb squad truck bursts into flame while parked in garage in San Antonio (Texas), robot injured:

Quote: " of the bomb squad’s robots used to look for explosives was damaged by the fire."

2013-02-12 - Fuel tanker truck bursts into flame on Edgewood Road in coastal Annapolis (Maryland):

Quote: "Fire officials initially reported the truck was delivering gas to a marina in the immediate area Tuesday afternoon."

2013-02-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-86 in Steuben County (New York), near Savona:

2013-02-12 - Three plow trucks burst into flame in four days in coastal Salem (Massachusetts):

2013-02-12 - Truck bursts into flame inside private garage in the Town of Conklin (New York):

2013-02-12 - Truck bursts into flame on the A66 in Westmorland (Britain):

2013-02-12 - Truck bursts into flame at Davaginal in Haliyal (India):

2013-02-12 - RV explodes and burns outside home on Catfish Lane near Blum (Texas), near the Brazos River, 1 injured:

2013-02-12 - Van explodes into flame while parked at home in coastal Egg Harbor Township (New Jersey):

Quote: "Lawson said he heard a boom, as if something had dropped on the floor, but didn’t think it was anything."

2013-02-12 - Van bursts into flame at entrance to Trafford Centre in Trafford Park (Britain):

2013-02-12 - SUV bursts into flame in Beaverton (Oregon), fire spreads to second vehicle, apartment complex:

Note: Beaverton is in the Tualatin River Valley, near Portland. And this is why I recommend you not park your vehicle next to other vehicles or next to your residence...

2013-02-12 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in West Hartford (Connecticut):

2013-02-12 - Car bursts into flame in bank parking lot in Tuscon (Arizona):

2013-02-12 - Car bursts into flame on Highway 96 in Albert (Kansas):

2013-02-12 - Car bursts into flame in coastal Pattaya (Thailand):

2013-02-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Route 30 in Hellam Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-12 - Trailer bursts into flame at Walmart loading dock in Troy (Ohio):

2013-02-12 - Auto shop and home improvement business destroyed by fire in Thomasville (North Carolina):

2013-02-12 - Two cars, garage and home destroyed in Orem (Utah), near Utah Lake:

Note: Orem is also adjacent to Provo, which is where a man and a dumpster burst into flame outside a 7-11 the day prior, as mentioned in the 2012-02-11 update...

2013-02-12 - Barn ravaged by blaze in San Francisco Township (Minnesota), 13 cows and 70 calves killed:

2013-02-12 - Barn destroyed by fire in Spangle (Washington), several pigs killed:

2013-02-12 - Barn damaged by fire in West Earl Township (Pennsylvania), on Diamond Station Road, near the Conestoga River:

Quote: "Firefighters established a fill site at Miley and Metzler roads, where water could be pumped from the Conestoga River to help fight the flames."

2013-02-12 - Barn and shed destroyed by fire in Fayette County (Ohio):

2013-02-12 - Barn destroyed by fire in Secord (Michigan):

2013-02-12 - 600 bales of hay burst into flame at property in Lake Hallie (Wisconsin):

Note: Hay is an absorbent material and it is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That's surely the reason for at least some of the many barn fires...

2013-02-12 - Trees burst into flame in coastal Oakland (California), fire spreads to cars:

Quote: "About 2 a.m. Feb. 1, someone lit several trees in front of the complex on fire..."

Note: How do they know 'someone' lit the fire. Nobody saw anyone. There have been a number of incidents now of trees spontaneously combusting. Tree bark and dried leaves and dried branches are absorbent materials and all flammable absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, utility poles, train ties, pallets, cotton, clothing, hay, straw, etc.

2013-02-12 - Debris bursts into flame at site of vacant mill in Gastonia (North Carolina):

Note: Debris probably included wood, which is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. I highlight the word 'mill' because mills are virtually always built near bodies of flowing water, for free energy for millwork, which means a low-lying area where a heavier-than-air gas will tend to accumulate and concentrate until wind blows it onward...

2013-02-12 - Paper company erupts in flame in Cincinnati (Ohio), third fire there in six months:

Quote: "RockTenn delivers low-cost, high-value paperboard, packaging and marketing solutions..."

2013-02-12 - Fire rips through warehouse in Healdsburg (California), 15 miles from the coast:

Quote: "Aaction Rents rents various kinds of tools and other equipment, including tractors. The adjacent Encore Events Rentals handles party rental equipment such as tables, linens and tents."

Note: So a fire involving combustion-engine-powered stuff (tractors), next door to a business that deals with absorbent materials (tables, linens and tents), near the West Coast, and also 1 mile due east of a stream. The entire West Coast is downwind of the giant oceanic dead zone known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which is surely pluming flammable hydrogen sulfide now. Methane may be bubbling up from below in California now too. In fact, it definitely is in at least one area; methane was found in the soil near 19 homes in Santa Maria (California), also near the West Coast, as mentioned in the 2013-01-18 update...

2013-02-12 - Blaze damages apartment complex under construction at the St. Johns Town Center in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

Note: From the pic, you can see this place is right by a body of water, a canal or stream or something. Also, buildings under construction are more vulnerable to the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem than well-sealed completed buildings. They're particularly vulnerable in the framing stage when all that wood is open to the atmosphere, since wood is an absorbent material and is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting...

2013-02-12 - Massive fire consumes 24 homes in Kishtwar (India):

2013-02-12 - Fire tears through 3-story home in St. Louis (Missouri), 1 mile from the Mississippi River:

Quote: "The fire reportedly started in the basement of the building."

Note: Basements are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate once the gas infiltrates a building. Basements are also where water heaters and their pilot lights are usually located. That's also where electrical panels are often located, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper...

2013-02-12 - Blaze damages home in coastal Providence (Rhode Island), family of 6 now homeless:

2013-02-12 - Basement fire erupts at home in coastal Westport (Connecticut):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is heavier-than-air and will accumulate in basements once the gas infiltrates a building. This fire began in a utility room. That's where water heaters and pilot lights are often located, and the pilot light may serve as the igniter for the gas...

2013-02-12 - Vacant home burns on Williamson Creek Drive in Austin (Texas):

2013-02-12 - Vacant house burns in Madison Township (Ohio):

Quote: "Madison Fire Chief Chris Niswander says the blaze broke-out in the basement crawl space..."

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

2013-02-12 - Vacant home burns in Springfield (Illinois):

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

2013-02-12 - Couple, 71 and 69, found dead in bungalow in Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk (Britain):

Quote: "Detectives investigating the deaths of an elderly couple found dead in their bungalow have ruled out carbon monoxide poisoning."

Quote: "The bungalow which is about a mile from the sea remained sealed off today while a police investigation into the deaths of the couple continued."

Note: Their air-circulation system probably sucked in some hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the ocean and that killed them. The medical examiner won't find anything in the autopsy either since hydrogen sulfide degrades away in a matter of hours inside a person's body, and they'd been dead longer than that before they were even found. Nor am I at all confident that the authorities would say that hydrogen sulfide is what killed them even if they knew, since what's happening might be deemed too scary for people to know. Dead people are easy to handle. Scared people, less so. I believe we're now experiencing what might be called a 'managed die-off', where people are now dropping dead, singly and in groups, but the actual reason for all of the dying is being hidden from us in order to keep people calm as they die...

2013-02-12 - Mother and daughter, 95 and 64, found dead at home in Birmingham (Britain):

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

2013-02-12 - Missing man, 30, found dead in submerged vehicle in lake in Coconut Creek (Florida), near the coast:

2013-02-12 - Woman, 20, drops dead in her residence near Moses Lake (Washington):

2013-02-12 - Body found on beach at Two Peoples Bay in Nanarup, near Albany (Australia):

2013-02-12 - Man, 44, found dead, face down in water, beneath I-270 overpass in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-02-12 - Boy, 6, found dead in car, and man, 23, found dead in ocean, at Dar es Salaam (Tanzania):

Quote: "Police confirmed the death of the child in dubious circumstances but said that the cause of death was suffocation after lacking fresh air while trapped in the vehicle."

Note: Clearly the police there have never spent much time in a car. I have slept in a car many times, windows rolled up, no problem. I slept in a car with my mother a number of times as a child too - TWO people - and no problem. Cars are not remotely airtight enough to suffocate anyone, especially a small child who would consume less oxygen than an adult, unless Tanzania's got some new super-airtight high-tech cars that nobody else has...

2013-02-12 - Woman, 82, found dead in pond near Clear Lake Drive in Farmington Hills (Michigan):

2013-02-12 - Two Dallas mining execs, late 30s, found floating dead in the Rio Santa Rosa (Mexico):

2013-02-12 - Missing woman, 68, found dead on on Hawnby Moor (Britain):

2013-02-12 - Boy, 12, found dead in lake in Lucknow (India):

2013-02-12 - Woman found dead in the Tennessee River in Madison-Morgan County (Alabama):

2013-02-12 - Man found dead in wooded area in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2013-02-12 - Man, late 30s, found dead in the Pecos River in wooded area near the Lower Tansill Dam (New Mexico):

2013-02-12 - Woman, 44, found dead in drainage canal in East Bank Demerara (Guyana):

2013-02-12 - Man, 35, found dead in wooded area in coastal North Bellport (New York), on Long Island:

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2013-02-12 - Driver has seizure, crashes SUV into the Halswell River near Lake Ellesmere (New Zealand), rescued by teens:

Note: Hydrogen sulfide can cause unconsciousness and seizures, and since it is a heavier-than-air gas it will tend to accumulate in low-lying areas like river valleys, lakes, etc. Had this man not been rescued by teenagers he would have been listed in the Corpses section of the update...

2013-02-12 - Small plane crashes after landing at airport in DeLand (Florida), steering problem:

Note: Power steering lines burned through?

2013-02-12 - Small plane crashes north of Templeton (California):

2013-02-12 - School bus and two pickup trucks crash in Upper Pittsgrove Township (New Jersey), 17 injured:

2013-02-12 - Tractor trailer veers over centerline, hits delivery truck head-on, in Henderson County (Illinois), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-02-12 - Tractor trailer overturns on the Florida Turnpike in Osceola County (Florida):

2013-02-12 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-5 in Tualatin (Oregon):

2013-02-12 - Fire truck overturns in Lawrence County (Ohio), after road caves in, 1 injured:

2013-02-12 - Septic truck overturns near Milledgeville (Georgia):

2013-02-12 - Dump truck overturns in coastal Port Arthur (Texas), 1 injured:

2013-02-12 - Dump truck crashes over 30-foot hill in Austin (Texas):

2013-02-12 - Dump truck overturns near Old Mill Road in Wilmington (North Carolina):

2013-02-12 - Truck overturns on Route 78 in Bethlehem Township (New Jersey):

2013-02-12 - Minivan slams into tractor trailer, bursts into flame, in Billings (Montana), 1 killed:

2013-02-12 - SUV crashes into apartment building in Van Nuys (California):

2013-02-12 - Car veers oiver centerline, hits truck head-on, in Dunklin County (Missouri), 4 injured:

2013-02-12 - Car crashes into parked pickup, pickup bursts into flame, in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

2013-02-12 - Car and Jeep collide head-on, on the A67 near Gainford (Britain), 3 injured:

2013-02-12 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in West Austin (Texas), 3 injured:

2013-02-12 - Two vehicles collide head-on, on New George's Creek Road in Allegany County (Maryland), 5 injured:

Animal Attacks:

2013-02-12 - Two people badly bitten by dog at animal shelter in Port Clinton (Ohio):

Quote: "One of the victims was 'badly injured' and was 'bleeding profusely' at the scene..."

2013-02-12 - Police dog bites officer in the crotch in coastal Palm Bay (Florida):

Note: A healthy diet does include nuts...

Other Stories Of Interest:

2013-02-12 - Empty 'ghost boat' reported circling on Lake Lanier in Forsythe County (Georgia), fisherman, 47, missing:

Quote: "Authorities were searching for a missing boater on Lake Lanier on Tuesday after a boat was spotted going in circles on the lake with no one onboard."

Note: He probably got hit by a whiff of hydrogen sulfide and fell unconscious or dead into the water. They'll find his body eventually. There have been numerous incidents like this, with empty ghost boats being found, sometimes under power as was the case here initially, then they find a matching corpse later...


  1. "Obviously, when these explosions start destroying entire towns or portions of cities, that's apt to be quite problematic."

    Unfortunately it will probably have to go this far for the controlled main stream media to finally be forced to cover it. I've been wondering when the threshold will be reached & I think that this is what it will take. It will have to reach a point where it just can't be denied anymore & must be reported on.

    1. Yep, I think you're right about that. That was the reason I made fires and explosions the first prediction - they're very hard to hide. I thought the body count, in terms of corpses, would be more alarming to people than it apparently is, but I guess a body here and a body there doesn't pack the wake-up punch of big ol' town-shaking - and eventually town-destroying - explosions.