Friday, March 1, 2013

Event Update For 2013-02-28

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

2013-02-28 - Mysterious explosion rattles homes in the Tuscon area (Arizona):

Note: There have been many mysterious explosions shaking homes in the last year, all over the world. These explosions are very likely caused by flammable atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes detonating. Eventually these explosions will probably be equal in destructive power to a small thermonuclear explosion, like that which devastated Hiroshima, but minus the radiation. (Unless one of these explosions wipes out a nuclear reactor, in which case there'll be a radiation problem too.)

2013-02-28 - Major brush fire erupts in the Santa Ana River bottom in Riverside County (California), evacuations ensue:

2013-02-28 - Explosion damages apartment building in Kharadi (India), blamed on clogged trash chute:

Note: Yeah, well, I don't think trash being blocked for a few days would generate enough methane for an explosion, because if it could then you'd see trash dumps and dumpsters exploding constantly. Are they aware in India that our atmosphere is filling up with explosively flammable methane gushing from dissociating methane hydrate deposits all over the world? Cuz that's sort of an important fact to be aware of, at least if you live on Planet Earth and you're one of those wanna-keep-living type of people...

2013-02-28 - Explosion rocks cracker company in Gridley (California), 2 miles from the Feather River, 3 injured:

2013-02-28 - Blaze erupts at Marathon's refinery in coastal Galveston Bay (Texas):

2013-02-28 - Coast Guard Cutter 'Bear' bursts into flame while moored in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2013-02-28 - Fire rips through 6 boats, 5 destroyed, 1 damaged, at marina in coastal Long Branch (New Jersey):

Quote: "Five boats were destroyed and another heavily damaged in a fire early Thursday morning at a city marina, state police said. A large portion of Dock A at the Marina Bay boatyard, 580 Patten Ave., was also damaged..."

2013-02-28 - In two incidents, 11 boats and 2 cars incinerated at Port du Beal in Cannes (France) on the French Riviera:

2013-02-28 - Boat bursts into flame at Rangitane Wharf in the Kerikeri Inlet (New Zealand):

2013-02-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at intersection in Midland County (Texas):

2013-02-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Harrisburg (Pennsylvania):

2013-02-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-85 near Gaffney (South Carolina):

2013-02-28 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-68 near Cheat Lake (West Virginia):

2013-02-28 - Tractor bursts into flame near Amsterdam (Missouri):

2013-02-28 - Tractor bursts into flame at farm in Compton Dundon, near Somerton (Britain), animal shelter damaged too:

2013-02-28 - Garbage truck bursts into flame in Metairie (Louisiana):

2013-02-28 - Truck bursts into flame on the Great Eastern Highway in Greenmount (Australia):

2013-02-28 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on High Street in coastal Shoreham (Britain):

2013-02-28 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the Pan-Island Expressway (Malaysia):

2013-02-28 - Transit bus bursts into flame on I-35 in Lenexa (Kansas):

2013-02-28 - School bus bursts into flame near Greenburgh Academy in Irvington (New York), near the Hudson River:

2013-02-28 - Small passenger bus bursts into flame at coastal Jumeirah Beach (Dubai):

2013-02-28 - Camper van bursts into flame on the M62 near Hartshead Moor (Britain):

2013-02-28 - Van bursts into flame on Devonport Road in Blackburn (Britain):

2013-02-28 - Van bursts into flame on the A329M near Coppid Beach (Britain):

2013-02-28 - SUV bursts into flame off Indian Field Road in coastal Greenwich (Connecticut):

2013-02-28 - SUV bursts into flame in parking lot near Franz Road and Tuttle Crossing in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-02-28 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Highway 581 in Wayne County (North Carolina):

2013-02-28 - Car bursts into flame while being towed behind RV, near Johnson Lake Road in Lakeside (California):

2013-02-28 - Car bursts into flame in downtown Bonney Lake (Washington):

2013-02-28 - Car bursts into flame on Route 50 in Anne Arundel County (Maryland), about 5 miles from the East Coast:

2013-02-28 - Car bursts into flame near Pleasant Valley Road in Winlock (Washington):

2013-02-28 - Car and mobile home destroyed by fire at mobile home park in Bullitt County (Kentucky):

2013-02-28 - Two school buses and school bus repair shop damaged by fire in Ottawa (Canada), near the Ottawa River:

2013-02-28 - Freightliner plant erupts in flame in Mount Holly (North Carolina):

2013-02-28 - Trucks and barn destroyed by fire in Howell (Michigan):

Quote: "...the barn contained work equipment including trucks, air compressors and other tools..."

2013-02-28 - Barn destroyed by fire on Charingworth Lane near York (South Carolina):

2013-02-28 - Barn damaged by fire in Le Center (Minnesota):

2013-02-28 - Barn damaged by fire in Middlesex Centre, Ontario (Canada):

2013-02-28 - Rubbish site erupts in major fire in Lee County (Mississippi):

2013-02-28 - Air compressor bursts into flame in coal mine in China, 11 killed from carbon monoxide poisoning:

Quote: "...the workers at the coal mine in Zhangjiakou city died from carbon monoxide poisoning when an air compressor caught fire underground."

2013-02-28 - Heating unit bursts into flame at Forest Lakes Elementary outdoor classroom in Forest Hill (Maryland):

Note: The above two stories involve electrical machinery designed to move the atmosphere around bursting into flame. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it...

2013-02-28 - Major fire damages University of Wisconsin Medical Sciences building in Madison (Wisconsin):

2013-02-28 - Two storage buildings destroyed by fire in Tuscon (Arizona):

2013-02-28 - Blaze tears through apartment building in Mill Creek (Washington), 1 injured:

2013-02-28 - Fire damages apartment building in South St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2013-02-28 - Vacant house burns on Rust Avenue in Saginaw (Michigan):

2013-02-28 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Montgomery (Alabama):

2013-02-28 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Tye (Texas):

2013-02-28 - Huge blaze destroys vacant three-story building in Paterson (New Jersey):
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-02-28 - Woman's charred corpse found in burning car at Gyles' Quay near coastal Dundalk (Ireland):

Note: Lots of people being found burned to death in burning or burned-out vehicles lately...

2013-02-28 - Another college student, female, senior, found dead, in Ellsworth Hall in Lawrence (Kansas):

2013-02-28 - Young American tourist, woman, dies at beach in coastal Belize:

Quote: "At the time, Dr. Giovanni Solorzano of the Dr. Otto Rodriguez San Pedro Poly Clinic II told The San Pedro Sun that bruises around the woman’s neck could be consistent with strangulation. According to Eric Heyden, public affairs officer for the United States Embassy in Belmopan, Belize, the autopsy 'may have determined' that Sy had a seizure in the water and drowned."

Note: Seizures don't cause bruising around the neck. Hydrogen sulfide poisoning, however, can cause bruising, as blood vessels explode (though it doesn't always, depends on the concentration and how long your heart keeps beating and pulsing blood). Several of the documents linked in the 'Info Links' section refer to hydrogen sulfide as a 'strangling gas' and there's reason for that. Hydrogen sulfide poisoning can also cause seizures. And she was found dead in coastal waters? Uh huh. Also, look at the 'Other Stories' for this same day: dozens of people sicken and lose consciousness from 'noxious fumes' on the island of Jamaica...

2013-02-28 - Two men found dead in the Rio Grande in Hidalgo County (Texas):

2013-02-28 - Body found in the Rio Grande near Bernardo (New Mexico):

2013-02-28 - Woman found dead in woods in the Steamboat Island Road area in Thurston County (Washington):

2013-02-28 - Body found in river near the Seventh Street Bridge in Modesto (California):

2013-02-28 - Woman, 40, found dead in field in Ninilchik (Alaska):

2013-02-28 - Inmate, 41, stops breathing and dies in cell in coastal Snohomish County (Washington):

2013-02-28 - Man, 22, found dead in submerged vehicle in the Little Red River in White County (Arkansas):

Note: He probably got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide, lost consciousness and veered off road into the river. As mentioned, where you lose consciousness can determine your fate. One of the worst places to lose consciousness is in water, since breathing is an involuntary reflex and you will breathe water until dead. And near bodies of water is where hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate since it's a heavier-than-air gas. There have been lots of corpses found in submerged vehicles this last year. Coincidence? I highly doubt that...

2013-02-28 - Missing woman, 81, found dead in wooded area in Woodstock (New York):

2013-02-28 - Man found dead in parked van in gas station in Laredo (Texas):

2013-02-28 - Woman, 91, found dead along creek in barangay Bulak, Dalaguete town, southern Cebu, in the Philippine Islands:
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-02-28 - Military tanker plane makes emergency landing in Portsmouth (New Hampshire), landing gear problem:

2013-02-28 - FedEx cargo plane loses power while landing at airport in Syracuse (New York):

2013-02-28 - Small plane crashes into yard at home near coastal Anchorage (Alaska), 2 injured:

2013-02-28 - Three-vehicle crash near Hidden Valley Lake (California), minor injuries:

2013-02-28 - Tractor trailer hits barrier, bursts into flame, on I-10 in Tempe (Arizona):

Quote: "All but the two left lanes of both Interstate 10 eastbound and westbound in Tempe are reopened after a fatal semitruck crash forced the closure of the the freeway during the busiest part of the commute Thursday morning, the third such crash this month."

2013-02-28 - Tractor trailer and vehicle collide, tractor trailer bursts into flame, on the Florida Turnpike near coastal Miami (Florida):

2013-02-28 - SUV veers over centerline, hits minivan head-on, in coastal Sooke (Canada):

2013-02-28 - SUV veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, on Oregon 47 near Portland (Oregon), 3 injured:

2013-02-28 - SUV veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Ferndale (Washington), 5 miles from the coast, 2 injured:

2013-02-28 - SUV and car collide, car bursts into flame, in Fairbanks (Alaska):

2013-02-28 - SUV and motorcycle collide in coastal Cape Coral (Florida), both burn, explosion ensues, at least 1 injured:

2013-02-28 - Two cars collide on the coastal Sheikh Zayed Road, one bursts into flame, near Dubai:

Note: Remember when people used to make fun of Hollywood car crashes because they always unrealistically resulted in fires and explosions? Doesn't seem all that unrealistic now!

2013-02-28 - Vehicles veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, on Highway 10 in Caledon (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:
Other Stories Of Interest

2013-02-28 - Noxious fumes sicken dozens on the island of Jamaica, people collapse unconscious, evacuations and panic ensue:

Quote: "That, however, did not prevent people from panicking as CSO workers and curious onlookers began to collapse. 'Jesus Christ, what is happening? Somebody tell us what is going on, nuh!' screamed one woman as her colleague fainted. The woman, who used a handkerchief to cover her nose, was one of several frightened-looking CSO employees seen running around as medical officials rushed several persons to ambulances. Police at the scene said medical officials made at least six trips to the Kingston Public Hospital (KPH). 'The hospital ambulances were filled with people complaining that they were finding it difficult to breath,' one policeman told the Jamaica Observer. That was confirmed by a medical official at the KPH who asked not to be named, as he was not authorised to speak to the media. He said a large group of persons suffering from dizzy spells and respiratory problems were taken to the hospital."

Note: This is a harbinger of what's to come worldwide...

2013-02-28 - HazMat event at chemical plant in Perm (Russia), 30 sickened, blamed on chlorine leak:

Quote: "This is the second such incident in the area in the past six months."

2013-02-28 - Sinkhole opens up beneath home in Seffner (Florida), 7 miles from the coast, swallows man, 1 killed:

Note: Florida is much like Louisiana in terms of the composition of the underlying ground. It is quite possible that methane hydrate deposits were created over the ages, then erosion washed soil over parts of those deposits, then animals and plants moved in, then WE moved in and built on top of that land. As the deposits warm and melt, some of that underlying ground - the hydrate deposits, which are a kind of solid - will dissolve into water and methane gas. As that happens, sinkholes will open and there will be land subsidence. This is already occurring in multiple areas in Louisiana and it looks like it's going to be a significant problem for Florida too, which means this will also likely be a problem for the coastal regions of Mississippi and Alabama and Texas, and probably for many if not most coastal regions worldwide...


  1. Nice work. Scary stuff. Refreshing to see someone focused on the h2s.
    Please consider cs2, especially in all those explosions. Cs2 is erwhere h2s is....for the same reasons....but cs2 is heavier, more persistent, more explosive. More volatile, harder to mitigate in hysrocarbon streams, allowed at higher concentrations in pipelines, etc. Stick with it. You are on to something. BTW, carbon disulfide exposure leads to frank insanity and violent paranoid homicidal acts, among other unpleasantries. research dr Delpech. Please!

  2. Nasty stuff, for sure. But two things make me not worry all that much about carbon disulfide: 1) we know that hydrogen sulfide is present in extinction events, as this document details (PDF):

    And 2) carbon disulfide is a liquid at temps below 115 degrees Fahrenheit, compared to hydrogen sulfide which has a boiling point of -75 degrees Fahrenheit. So you're very unlikely to encounter carbon disulfide as a gas, unless you're standing near a volcano or something.

    That's not to say carbon disulfide might not be a problem as the Earth warms more, but it'll really only be a problem for the people who've already figured out how to survive a deadly poisonous and explosively flammable hydrogen sulfide- and methane-enriched atmosphere. (And if they can survive THAT then some carbon disulfide should be no problem for them, since the same things should then work for that too.)