Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Event Update For 2013-02-18

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

2013-02-18 - Man bursts into flame and dies at home in Sallisaw (Oklahoma):

Quote: "Lockhart said the remains were in the kitchen and there was no other damage in the home. The sheriff says there was no apparent source of the fire."

Note: They say it was possibly spontaneous combustion. Obviously it was. But it was the man's clothes that spontaneously combusted, and possibly his hair. Those are absorbent flammable materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. There have been numerous incidents like this now, of people - or rather their clothes and maybe their hair - simply bursting into flame, and there are going to be increasing numbers of people burning to death this way as the number, size and concentration of gas plumes in the atmosphere continue to increase...

2013-02-18 - Young girl's shirt bursts into flame in hospital room in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: " The girl, Ireland Lane, had been painting in her room at Doernbecher Children's Hospital, ABC affiliate KATU reported. Moments later, she ran into the hallway screaming, with her T-shirt aflame. 'I've been in medicine going back 30 years now and never heard anything like this. And hopefully I never will again,' Dr. Stacy Nicholson, assistant chief at Doernbecher Children's Hospital, told KATU."

2013-02-18 - Massive blaze destroys metal recycling company at the Port of Tampa in coastal Tampa (Florida):

Quote: "One witness said he saw what he believed to be fireworks going off near the recycling yard just prior to the flames erupting."

Quote: "Revette said a large pile of scrap metal caught fire. She said the two-alarm fire burned hot, but no one was injured."

Quote: "According to the sign at the OneSteel site, the Tampa location deals in copper, brass, aluminum, aluminum cans and stainless steel, and also accepts scrap metal."

Note: I doubt that was fireworks the man saw, but rather he saw explosions and flashes of light, and his mind read that as fireworks. But gas plumes igniting and detonating ALSO produce explosions and flashes of light. And scrap metal burst into flame here. Fireworks wouldn't cause that. The fact that METAL burst into flame is itself a huge clue that hydrogen sulfide is involved in this fire, as with many others: hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, possibly brass (since it contains copper), and rusty iron or steel. So some gas blows over a pile of metal like that and whoosh, explosions, flashes of light, and fire breaks out. Nothing else adequately explains fires like this...

2013-02-18 - Fire rips through metal recycling company in Minneapolis (Minnesota):

Note: And yet another metal recycling company goes up in flames...

2013-02-18 - Fire rips through auto junkyard in Aurora (Illinois):

Note: And more piles of metal igniting...

2013-02-18 - Underground explosion and electrical fire blows manholes off in downtown Atlanta (Georgia):

Note: There've been lots of events similar to this lately. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas so it will flow into underground facilities. Hydrogen sulfide is also reactive with copper and it is explosively flammable, and most of these underground fires are electrical fires, which means copper is present. In other words, we can expect to see many more events like this...

2013-02-18 - Boat bursts into flame on trailer near warehouse in Medley (Florida), about 7 miles from the coast:

2013-02-18 - Boat bursts into flame outside home in Centereach (New York), 5 miles from the coast:

2013-02-18 - Boat bursts into flame outside home in Craigshill (Scotland), 5 miles from the coast, fire spreads to second boat:

2013-02-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the F-3 Freeway at Mount White (Australia):

2013-02-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 460 near Farmville in Prince Edward County (Virginia):

2013-02-18 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on Atterton Lane in Witherley, near Hinckley (Britain):

2013-02-18 - Camper van bursts into flame in East Wittering (Britain):

2013-02-18 - Van bursts into flame on North Country Club Road in Tuscon (Arizona):

2013-02-18 - Van bursts into flame at gas station in Monroe (Michigan), near Lake Erie:

2013-02-18 - Van bursts into flame in Cowes, on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2013-02-18 - SUV bursts into flame while parked outside home on Hidden Lake in the Lakeside subdivision in San Antonio (Texas):

Quote: "San Antonio fire investigators call the fire suspicious because the SUV had been parked outside for several hours when it caught fire."

Note: LMAO, those investigators sure aren't paying attention to the real world these days. These vehicular fires DO NOT require the vehicle to be running. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it, like battery cables, and it is also reactive with rusted iron/steel, commonly found on many vehicles. That's why there are so many vehicles burning up that aren't running, just sitting in garages or carparks or parking garages or bus depots or whatever. You'd think professional fire investigators would have noticed what's going on in the world, seeing as it's THEIR JOB, but nope, they're obviously still snoozing...

2013-02-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on road near Patoka (Illinois):

2013-02-18 - Car bursts into flame inside garage at home in Bridgeville (Pennsylvania), garage destroyed, home damaged too:

2013-02-18 - Car bursts into flame on Route 24 in coastal Hampton Bays (New York):

2013-02-18 - Car bursts into flame on the New Jersey Turnpike near the Holland Tunnel in coastal Bayonne (New Jersey):

2013-02-18 - Car bursts into flame outside home on Edsel Road in Traphill (North Carolina):

2013-02-18 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-75 near Immokalee Road near coastal Naples (Florida):

2013-02-18 - Two cars and auto shop damaged by fire in Allentown (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-18 - Two vehicles, carport and home damaged by fire in Fairfax (Virginia):

2013-02-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Greeneville (Tennessee), near Camp Creek:

2013-02-18 - Barn destroyed by fire on Kyle Canyon Road near Mt. Charleston (Nevada):

2013-02-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Boone County (Missouri):

2013-02-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Dane (Wisconsin):

2013-02-18 - Barn destroyed by fire north of Guelph, Ontario (Canada):

2013-02-18 - Pile of furniture bursts into flame outside furniture store in Sparks (Nevada):

Note: There have been many wood-related and furniture-related fires over the last several months. Furniture is made of cloth, cotton, wood, all absorbent materials that are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Furniture also uses nails and staples and screws, which may be iron or steel and may rust, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with rusty iron/steel. And this furniture was outdoors, fully exposed to whatever hydrogen sulfide and/or methane may have been blowing through that area...

2013-02-18 - Piece of machinery bursts into flame at paperboard company in Lawton (Oklahoma):

2013-02-18 - Commercial building erupts in flame in coastal Waikoloa (Hawaii):

2013-02-18 - Home destroyed by fire in coastal Deerfield Beach (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-02-18 - Huge fire destroys home in Strafford (New Hampshire):

2013-02-18 - Two townhomes destroyed by fire on Bolling Air Force Base in the Navy Lodge area, in coastal Washington DC:

Note: Bolling Air Force Base is just east of the Potomac River...

2013-02-18 - Inferno devastates 3-story residential building in coastal Yonkers (New York):

Quote: "By looking at it -- at first look -- it definitely started in the basement..."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas so it will accumulate in basements once the gas infiltrates a structure. That's also where electrical panels and water heaters are usually located, which means electrified copper and pilot lights, either of which might serve as an igniter...

2013-02-18 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

2013-02-18 - Vacant house burns in Detroit (Michigan), fire damages adjacent occupied home:

2013-02-18 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in the West End in Atlanta (Georgia):

2013-02-18 - Vacant house burns in Snellville (Georgia):

2013-02-18 - Vacant home burns on Springs Road in coastal Vallejo (California):

2013-02-18 - Vacant house burns on Mulberry Street in Millville (New Jersey):

2013-02-18 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in coastal Little Egg Harbor Township (New Jersey):

2013-02-18 - Vacant house burns in Glen Burnie (Maryland), near the coast:

Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-02-18 - Man, 55, found dead in his vehicle near Dixon Springs Agricultural Center in Pope County (Illinois):

2013-02-18 - Man found dead in Davis Park in Modesto (California):

2013-02-18 - Girl, 8, sickens at school in Twickenham (Britain), dies shortly later:

2013-02-18 - Woman, 43, found dead behind grocery store in coastal Hayward (California):

2013-02-18 - Young man, 19, found dead in Caballo Lake near Las Cruces (New Mexico):

2013-02-18 - Duke hoops star, 44, found dead at home in the Philippine Islands:

2013-02-18 - Man, 24, found dead outside River Village Apartments in Flint (Michigan):

2013-02-18 - Missing woman, 24, washes ashore dead near coastal Breezy Point (New York):

2013-02-18 - Man in his 20s drops dead outside home in Meriden (Connecticut):

2013-02-18 - Elderly woman washes ashore dead at beach on Vashon Island (Washington):

Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-02-18 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing at airport in Arkansas, unspecified mechanical problems:

2013-02-18 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in northeast China after engine housing falls off:

2013-02-18 - Small plane makes belly landing in Henderson (Nevada), landing gear not in place:
2013-02-18 - Small plane crashes in Martin County (Florida):

2013-02-18 - Tanker truck veers off road, overturns, in Tyler (Texas):

2013-02-18 - Tractor trailer overturns on the A75 roundabout at Newton Stewart (Britain):

2013-02-18 - Log truck overturns on Sooke Road in Victoria (Canada), 1 lightly injured:

2013-02-18 - Parked semi rolls down hill and takes out power pole in Rawlins (Wyoming):

Quote: "The driver told the Fire Department that he had parked on the top of the hill three hours earlier and did set the brakes."

Note: I believe him. His brakes were probably fried from brake-friction burning hydrogen sulfide that had absorbed into his tires, or his brake lines had ruptured from the heat and had dribbled away brake fluid over time. Seen this happening more over the last few months, and it usually seems to be happening with massive vehicles, which makes sense: massive vehicles require more brake friction to slow, so the odds that their tires or brakes or brake lines will burn because of this problem are correspondingly higher than for lower-mass vehicles...

2013-02-18 - Van veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, on Lakeview Road in coastal Clearwater (Florida), driver incinerated:

2013-02-18 - SUV almost crashes off bridge into water, teeters on edge, on I-4 near Orlando (Florida):

2013-02-18 - SUV veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Terrebonne Parish (Louisiana), 3 killed, 1 injured:

2013-02-18 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Connoquenessing (Pennsylvania), 1 killed, 2 injuries:

2013-02-18 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Granite Falls (Minnesota), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-02-18 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Owens County (Kentucky), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-02-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Renfrew (Pennsylvania), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-02-18 - Two vehicles collide head-on in Voorheesville (New York), 4 injured:

2013-02-18 - Two vehicles collide head-on, near Canal Road in Buckeye Lake (Ohio), injuries reported:

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