Sunday, February 17, 2013

Event Update For 2013-02-16

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.

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-02-16 - Explosion blows door partially open in mid-flight on passenger plane:

Quote: "David Reid told the Daily Mail that he and his son Lewis were terrified a bomb had gone off after they heard a 'massive explosion' two hours into their flight on a new Emirates Airbus A380 on Monday."

Quote: "We were about two hours in when suddenly there was a huge blast. It was a real shock, so loud that I thought a bomb might have gone off. Air was gushing into the cabin like a gale. The stewardess jumped up and stared at the door. Her face was drained white. She ran up the aisle, grabbed the intercom and started screaming, 'The door's going to go, the door's going to go!' Then she hid under her chair."

Note: An atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plume may have ignited and detonated near that plane while in flight, and the force blew that door open. They're lucky to be alive...

2013-02-16 - Devastating fire destroys furniture store in Colville (Washington):

Quote: "Chief Joe Hirsch tells us that there were 2 other fires of note nearby in the recent months, one at Tiger Trucking and one at Davis Auto Rebuild."

Note: Wood, cloth and cotton are all absorbent materials and absorbent materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. This fire joins a long list of similar fires, including wood shops, wood-carving businesses, pallets and pallet companies, art houses (frames and canvas), door companies, cabinet companies, carpet and rug companies, lumber companies and sawmills, upholstery businesses, etc.

2013-02-16 - Cargo ship bursts into flame while docked in northern Turkey in the Sea of Marmara:

2013-02-16 - Fishing boat bursts into flame near Liguanea Island, about 50kms southwest of Port Lincoln (Australia):

2013-02-16 - Waste management truck bursts into flame in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

2013-02-16 - Truck bursts into flame inside garage at business in Fitchburg (Massachusetts), fire spreads to building:

2013-02-16 - RV bursts into flame on South Far West Avenue in Yuma County (Arizona):

2013-02-16 - Van bursts into flame on Alpine Road in Torquay (Britain):

2013-02-16 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Arlene Street in coastal Staten Island (New York):

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame near Beach Street in Maplewood (New Jersey):

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home in Williamston (North Carolina), fire spreads to home:

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame outside home in Green Bay (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Neighbors tell us they heard a 'thud' and saw flickering outside."

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame at Windwhistle Hill in Winsham (Britain):

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame on Martley Road in Stourport-on-Severn (Britain):

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame in the Terrace Tunnel in Wellington (New Zealand):

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame on Maple Avenue in Kidlington (Britain):

2013-02-16 - Car bursts into flame on private access road behind Dunmere Road in Ellacombe, Torquay (Britain):

2013-02-16 - Two vehicles and garage destroyed by fire and explosion in St. John's (Canada):

Quote: "There was an explosion inside the garage, though it’s unknown what caused it at this time."

2013-02-16 - Two vehicles and garage damaged by fire in Danielson (Connecticut):

2013-02-16 - Auto shop damaged by fire on Orange Avenue in Roanoke (Virginia):

Quote: "Bradbury wrote that smoke and flames were coming from a one-story garage at the salvage business that contained several vehicles and mechanic equipment. Bradbury said no one was inside the garage at the time of the fire and no one was injured."

Note: Probably started with one of those vehicles spontaneously combusting...

2013-02-16 - Barn destroyed by fire in Holland (Wisconsin):

2013-02-16 - Firewood bursts into flame inside barn on Pontiac Lake Road in Waterford (Michigan):

Note: Wood is an absorbent material and it is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. That goes for other absorbent items and materials too, including (but not limited to) generic trash, paper, cardboard, furniture and upholstery, cotton, hay, straw, rubber, pallets, utility poles, railroad ties and more...

2013-02-16 - Chicken coop destroyed by fire near Budd Lake (New Jersey), 15 chickens killed:

2013-02-16 - Garage explodes at home in Lakewood (Colorado), 4 injured:

Quote: "It was huge. I mean huge. We were kind of confused as to what it could be. We got hardwood if you can imagine jumping up and stomping on it as hard as you could that's kind of what we heard..."

2013-02-16 - Large ethanol tank bursts into flame and explodes at facility in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2013-02-16 - Chemical tank bursts into flame outside chemical plant in Columbia (South Carolina), near Lake Murray:

2013-02-16 - Transformers burst into flame at Afsin-Elbistan Thermal Power Plant (Turkey):

2013-02-16 - Transformer bursts into flame and explodes, knocks man off his feet, in Lansdowne (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-16 - Transformer bursts into flame on pole near Tri-Rivers Career Center, in Caledonia (Ohio):

2013-02-16 - Fire destroys two restaurants at strip mall in Medford (New Jersey):

Quote: "One firefighter went to the hospital with chest pains."

2013-02-16 - Storage room catches fire in underground parking structure at plaza in Palm Springs (California):

2013-02-16 - Massive blaze destroys beloved sports club in Millmerran (Australia):

2013-02-16 - Huge inferno engulfs Knights of Columbus hall in Bryan (Texas) in the Brazos Valley, 2 firefighters killed, 2 injured:

2013-02-16 - Industrial fire breaks out in Brookfield (Wisconsin):

2013-02-16 - Blaze rips through home in Cedar Rapids (Iowa), 5 people homeless:

2013-02-16 - Deadly fire engulfs house in coastal Victoria, British Columbia (Canada), on Vancouver Island, 3 killed:

2013-02-16 - Fire rips through attorney's million-dollar house in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-02-16 - Fire breaks out at home in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):,0,3248259.story

Note: There are nearly 4,000 square miles of flammable methane hydrate deposits now melting off the US East Coast...

2013-02-16 - Deadly fire burns apartment on Mariner Drive in coastal Treasure Island (California), little girl killed:

2013-02-16 - Massive fire completely levels unoccupied home in Milford (Massachusetts), 2 other homes scorched:

2013-02-16 - Vacant home burns for second time in a week in Toledo (Ohio):

Note: Vacant homes are more vulnerable to the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem than are well-sealed occupied homes. So this place burst into flame. They put out the fire. That did absolutely zilch to address the vulnerability and the place was probably even MORE vulnerable after being damaged by the first fire, so it burned again. That's apt to continue until either they fix the vulnerabilities or the house burns so completely that there's nothing left that CAN burn...

2013-02-16 - Three vacant houses burn in Houston (Texas):

2013-02-16 - Vacant home burns in coastal Copiague (New York):

2013-02-16 - Vacant house burns in Ottawa County (Michigan):

2013-02-16 - Vacant home burns in Hamilton (Ohio):

Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-02-16 - Around 20 birds found dead at Dhatarvadi Dam in Rajula taluka of Amreli district (India):

Quote: "There is no let-up in the mysterious death of birds in wetlands across Saurashtra."

Note: Wetlands? Wetlands are 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. Sounds like there's been a lot of birds dying around there. They're probably breathing hydrogen sulfide and flopping over dead or getting hit by gas when in flight and tumbling from the sky dead, just like the birds that have been falling dead from the sky dead in the U.S. over the last couple of years or so...

Prediction C - More Multiples Of People Dead In Homes

2013-02-16 - Three missing sisters, 11, 9 and 6, found dead in well at their home in Murmdi (India):

Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-02-16 - Charred corpse found in burned-out vehicle in Ellsworth (Wisconsin):

2013-02-16 - Boy, 12, suddenly dies in swimming pool during swimming class at school in Springfield (Massachusetts):

2013-02-16 - Man found dead in Wissahickon Creek in East Falls (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-16 - Young woman, 19, falls unconscious and dies in building lobby in the East Village in coastal New York City (New York):

2013-02-16 - Man found dead on the Olympic Highway at Culcairn (Australia):

Note: Apparently he was laying on the highway and was hit. Was he unconscious? He may have been. And there's another place you don't want to be falling unconscious: while you're walking across a busy street or highway..

2013-02-16 - Man, 24, found unconscious in parking garage stairwell in Lincoln (Nebraska), dies shortly later:

2013-02-16 - Missing man, 61, found dead at drainage grate at Beaver Falls Hydroelectric Plant in New Brighton (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-16 - Man, 60 to 70, found unconscious in shallow water at beach near Cape Town (South Africa), dies shortly later:

2013-02-16 - Veterinary doctor, 27, drops dead at hostel in Ludhiana (India):

Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-02-16 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in Vladivostok (Russia), hydraulic problem:

Note: Been seeing numerous hydraulic issues with planes. This could be related to the tire-absorbency and brake-friction problem, where tires absorb hydrogen sulfide and then the tires burn or explode when the brakes are applied and brake-friction generates more heat than it normally would (since hydrogen sulfide burns very got), or the brakes catch fire, or the brake lines and maybe the hydraulic lines rupture from heat/fire...

2013-02-16 - Small plane crashes into trees near airport at Luskintyre (Australia), 2 injured:

2013-02-16 - Small plane slides off runway after landing gear collapses, at airport in coastal Dutch Harbor (Alaska):

2013-02-16 - Small plane has rough landing after landing gear collapses, at airport in Pierce County (Wisconsin):

Note: The blown tires and landing gear collapses that are happening are for the same reason: tire rubber is semi-absorbent and it is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, probably the former since hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and tires rest on the ground. Then when brakes are applied - mostly during landings for planes - the brake-friction burns hotter than it normally would (since hydrogen sulfide burns extremely hot) and then tires ignite or explode. On small planes, they don't have dozens of tires like jumbo jets do, so when they blow a tire, the landing gear strut hits the ground and the landing gear collapses. When it's the nose gear that collapses you often see the plane flip over....

2013-02-16 - Small plane runs off runway and down embankment at airport in Austin (Texas):

Note: Brakes burned up? Landing gear problem?

2013-02-16 - Small plane makes emergency landing along Route 47 near Morris (Illinois), engine failure:

2013-02-16 - Mail truck overturns in Upper Providence (Pennsylvania) after driver has 'medical incident':

2013-02-16 - Taxi and van collide head-on, on I-235 in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-02-16 - Car and pickup truck collide head-on, in Blue Earth County (Minnesota), 4 injured:

2013-02-16 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup truck head-on, on I-5 near Woodland (Washington), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-02-16 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Hunter Valley (Australia), 1 killed, 5 injured:

2013-02-16 - Car veers off road, crashes most of the way into house's basement, in Streamwood (Illinois):

2013-02-16 - Car veers off road, overturns, bursts into flame, in Ilkeston (Britain), 2 injured:

2013-02-16 - Car veers off road, hits tree, near Riverview Drive in Murfreesboro (Tennessee), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-02-16 - Two vehicles collide head-on, on Lakeshore Drive in Hot Springs (Arkansas), 1 killed, 1 injured:


  1. "2013-02-16 - Devastating fire destroys furniture store in Colville (Washington):"

    you forgot to note these recent profile fitting (trucking & auto) fires in the same area that help confirm the JJFH:

    "Chief Joe Hirsch tells us that there were 2 other fires of note nearby in the recent months, one at Tiger Trucking and one at Davis Auto Rebuild.
    Local law enforcement is investigating the fire at Davis Auto Rebuild as a possible arson. Meanwhile, the fire at Tiger Trucking is under investigation by insurance companies as an arson, but not by law enforcement."

    I realize that it is impossible for you to always note confirming details. It is also amazing how many of the side stories (of the articles) fit the JJFH profile. It is also impossible for you to list all of the profile fitting JJFH incidents that are occurring worldwide. What is an estimate of the incidents that you aren't listing? You would need a team of people to scour every worldwide news article to find possible JJFH incidents so what is the approximate percentage of these incidents that you aren't covering?

    Judging from the North America section of the methane hydrate map it looks like there are more square miles of hydrate on the West Coast than the East Coast. How many sq. mi. of methane hydrates are there on the West Coast?

    1. Good watchfulness! I'm gonna add a note for that; totally missed those auto-related fires there in that same area.

      I don't catch anywhere near every event that fits the profile. I always knew that'd be impossible, so I try to find 50-80 events per day, to show that there are plenty of substantiating things happening out there. That allows me to keep the monthly updates at a pseudo-manageable size so one person can handle those. Also, Blogger itself starts breaking down when those get too big, I've noticed.

      That said, I'd guesstimate that I do catch 80% of the REALLY BIG events that fit the profile, like the cruise ship fire and subsequent ordeal by the passengers, or the exploding and sinking of oil rigs, that kinda thing. I probably only catch 5% or 10% of the kinda big events, like the Pratt Institute fire, simply because I'm an English-speaker, and I'm not ever even going to see a lot of the things that are happening, because the stories are in Chinese or Japanese or Norwegian or Hindu or whatever. And of the smallish stories, like car fires and corpses being found, I doubt I even find stories for even 1% of those events that are happening.

      But for a rational person, I think I provide ENOUGH stories to ENOUGH events, with ENOUGH explanation, that people can look for themselves too, and if they do, they will see for themselves that I'm not BSing here about anything. And I tried to make it easy for the non-English-speaking people to translate with the Google Translate widget on the right, so they can then look around at the events happening around them in their own language, see for themselves.

      If that methane hydrate map is accurate then yes, more hydrate deposits on the West Coast of the U.S. than the East Coast. So, tens of thousands of square miles. Is any of it melting? I'd bet that it has begun melting out there, but to what degree I don't know. I do know that a subsurface volcano erupted off the coast of Oregon, and that's where that map shows some hydrates, and we didn't even learn about the volcanic eruption until a year after it happened, because nobody had looked. Anytime a volcano erupts and there are those deposits around, they're probably going to melt, from the rising heat from the magma moving closer to the surface.

      I would bet that there are lots of volcanic eruptions occurring now at the bottoms of the oceans, and we simply don't know, either because we aren't being told, or because nobody is looking very hard. There are 3 million volcanoes on Earth and MOST of them are in the oceans, and the crust is thinnest in the oceans. Yet 95% of the volcanic eruptions that we're told about are above the surface of the oceans. That means that for every surface volcano we HEAR is erupting - and there are a lot of those lately! - there are probably 2 more that are erupting at the bottom of the oceans, and we aren't being told about those. And those have to be generating lots of heat and melting hydrate deposits all over the world.