Sunday, March 10, 2013

Event Update For 2013-03-09

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.

Category: Other Stories Of Interest
2013-03-09 - Another sinkhole apparently growing and in danger of collapse in Assumption Parish (Louisiana):
Quote: "The representative from Texas Brine said that if that salt cavern does cave in, it could essentially double the size of the sinkhole, creating a bigger problem. It could even possibly take out Highway 70 with a couple houses as well."
Note: There are methane hydrate deposits all along coasts. Over the ages erosion has washed soil over some of these deposits. Then animals and plants moved in on that soil. Then WE moved in and built atop that land. As the methane hydrate deposits dissociate they are transforming from a solid to liquid water and gaseous methane. This is resulting in land subsidence, including sinkholes, and gases bubbling up.
This is not just happening in Louisiana; a sinkhole swallowed a man in Florida recently, near the coast, as mentioned in the 2013-02-28 update. Methane has been detected in the soil near 19 homes in Santa Maria (California), also near the coast. Has land subsidence begun there? Not that I know of...yet. (But flammable methane in the soil around your house has gotta be somewhat of a concern all by itself, obviously.) This one problem, all by itself, is something to pay attention to, since the consequences for coastal communities could ultimately be catastrophic. It could also be just a major aggravation, or something in between. Time will tell.
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-03-09 - Massive blaze destroys a dozen businesses in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 1 firefighter injured:

Quote: "The building housed various offices, a body shop, a glass company, a metal shop, a recycling company and other businesses."

Note: Lots of potential vulnerabilities there: body shop means vehicles may have been present, and vehicles are spontaneously combusting everywhere now; metal shop could mean copper or rusted iron/steel were present and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper and rusted iron/steel (thus all the piles of metal and scrap vehicles bursting into flame in junkyards and scrapyards around the world); recycling company could mean metals or absorbent flammable materials like paper, cardboard, etc.

2013-03-09 - Explosion takes out power to part of Milwaukee (Wisconsin), concert disrupted, band goes acoustic in the dark:

2013-03-09 - 'Vapor explosion' ensues when man opens garage in northeast Houston (Texas), 1 injured:

2013-03-09 - Several boats burn while docked at Dubai Festival City in coastal Dubai (UAE):

2013-03-09 - Boat explodes and burns near Plash Island, close to coastal Gulf Shores (Alabama), 2 injured:

2013-03-09 - Boat bursts into flame at the Sea Landing in the Santa Barbara Harbor in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2013-03-09 - Dump truck bursts into flame at business in Monmouth County (New Jersey):

2013-03-09 - Heavy truck bursts into flame at business near Rolling Fork (Kentucky), in LaRue County:

2013-03-09 - RV bursts into flame at firefighter's home in Orangevale (California), fire spreads, home damaged too:

Note: Another RV burst into flame at a firefighter's home not long ago, in West Wodonga (Australia), as mentioned in the 2012-12-05 update. I guess firefighters don't know what's going on at all, else they'd park their vehicles farther from their buildings, especially RVs which have some vulnerabilities that other vehicles don't, like pilot lights for propane-powered appliances and large amounts of copper wiring. Two firefighters have dropped dead in the last 4 days too, that I know of. One firefighter collapsed and died in coastal League City (Texas), as mentioned in the 2013-03-06 update, and a firefighter cadet collapsed and died at an accident scene he was responding to in Marietta (Georgia), as mentioned in the 2013-03-07 update...

2013-03-09 - Van bursts into flame on Highway 11E in Bristol (Tennessee):

2013-03-09 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Route 22 in Palmer Township (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-09 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near pizza restaurant in coastal Silverdale (Washington):

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame on the I-295 East loop near Monument Road in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame on I-90 in Utica (New York):

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame near Lakeshore Drive in Lake Elsinore (California):

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame on I-44 in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), driver slams on brakes, other cars then crash:

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame on Trevaunance Road in St. Agnes (Britain):

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame on the A34 near Alderley (Britain):

2013-03-09 - Car bursts into flame at Sticker, near St. Austell (Britain):

2013-03-09 - RV trailer bursts into flame in coastal Imperial Beach (California), 1 killed:

2013-03-09 - Pickup truck, barn and two outbuildings destroyed by fire in Onslow County (North Carolina):

2013-03-09 - Barn damaged by blaze at Palm Beach Polo Club in Lake Worth (Florida), nearly a dozen polo horses killed:

2013-03-09 - Rooftop heating unit bursts into flame at Home Depot in Franklin (Wisconsin), store evacuated:

2013-03-09 - Fire tears through gas station in Raleigh (North Carolina):

2013-03-09 - Blaze erupts at high-rise in coastal Manhattan (New York), 19 injured (including 9 firefighters):

2013-03-09 - Fire rips through mobile home on Presque Isle (Maine), 1 killed:

2013-03-09 - Fire engulfs home in coastal Strathmere (New Jersey), military vehicles called in to help:

2013-03-09 - Deadly fire tears through home in Gray (Kentucky), 7 killed (2 adults, 5 children):

Note: That's within a mile of East Fork Lynn Camp Creek...

2013-03-09 - Building erupts in flame on Bergen Beach Road, near Gladstone Beach Road in Fond du Lac County (Wisconsin):

2013-03-09 - Two-story attached garage destroyed by fire at unoccupied home under renovation in coastal Hyannisport (Massachusetts):

2013-03-09 - Unoccupied home destroyed by fire on Seaside Road in coastal Lady's Island-St. Helena (South Carolina):

2013-03-09 - Vacant home burns in Scammon (Kansas), about half a mile from four reservoirs:

2013-03-09 - Vacant house burns on Lake Shore Drive in Long Lake (Mississippi), near Vicksburg:
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-03-09 - Around 900 pigs found dead in the Huangpu River in coastal Shanghai (China):

2013-03-09 - Adult male Royal Bengal tiger found dead in Sundarbans forest in West Bengal (India):
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-03-09 - Woman, 42, found dead in her car in Walmart parking lot in Somerset (Kentucky):

2013-03-09 - Body found floating in Lake Erie near the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland (Ohio):

Note: Lake Erie has had its own dead zone problem for years...

2013-03-09 - Body found on Nowack Road in Cantonment (Florida):

2013-03-09 - Man, 38, falls unconscious and dies in hotel in Gurgaon (India):

2013-03-09 - Missing man, 71, found dead in the Saint Charles River in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield (Canada):

2013-03-09 - Body found along the Youghiogheny River in Ohiopyle State Park (Pennsylvania), may be missing man:

2013-03-09 - Missing woman, 76, found dead in canal in coastal Yamba (Australia):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-03-09 - Small plane crashes into garage in Woodinville (Washington), 5 miles from the coast, 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-03-09 - Small plane crashes near coastal Punta Gorda (Florida), 2 injured:

2013-03-09 - Small plane crash-lands without landing gear down at Smith Field (Indiana):

2013-03-09 - Small plane crashes at Srbce, east Bohemia (Czech Republic), 1 killed:

2013-03-09 - Helicopter crashes near Turangi (New Zealand), near Stump Bay, 1 killed:

2013-03-09 - Tanker truck overturns on the Brookshire Freeway in Charlotte (North Carolina), 1 injured:

2013-03-09 - Tractor trailer hauling tomatoes overturns, bursts into flame, on the Florida Turnpike near Miramar (Florida), 1 killed:

2013-03-09 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on highway 78 in Tupelo (Mississippi):

2013-03-09 - Tractor trailer veers off road, overturns, in coastal Quantico (Virginia), 1 killed:

2013-03-09 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, SUV bursts into flame, on Chesapeake Beach Road in Anne Arundel County (Maryland), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-03-09 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Godfrey (Illinois), 2 killed:

2013-03-09 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, in Coffey County (Kansas), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-03-09 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, on Route 20 in Upshur County (West Virginia), 2 injured (1 seriously):

2013-03-09 - Car slams into home, bursts into flame, ruptures gas line, in Garner (North Carolina), home destroyed, driver missing:

2013-03-09 - Vehicle veers over centerline, hits van head-on, in Florence Township (Michigan), 4 injured (3 children):

2013-03-09 - Two vehicles collide head-on, on Prospect Bay Road in Halifax (Canada), 1 injured:


  1. Would replacing the copper battery cables with an alternative metal like Aluminum be all that would be needed to protect a car from igniting or would all of the vehicle's copper wiring need to be replaced?
    Aluminum battery cable does exist.
    I just found this:

    "Aluminium wire as alternative to copper in the car
    Leoni AG, Nuremberg, a global supplier of cables and cable systems for the automotive industry and other industries, has introduced at the IAA 2011 a solid aluminium conductor to wire the car battery. It can be shaped in three dimensions and weighs only about half as much as the conventional component made of copper.
    Of the roughly 3000 metres of cable that run through today's vehicles the connection between the battery and the engine is one of the bulkiest single cables. And when the battery is situated in the rear of the vehicle then there is even more potential for saving weight with this component. That is why Leoni has replaced the copper battery cable with a round aluminium busbar that can be attached directly on or under the chassis of the vehicle.
    The aluminium busbar weighs only 40 to 60 per cent as much as the customary copper cable. The savings are possible because aluminium, in comparison to copper, has a significantly lower specific gravity. In absolute terms up to three kilograms in weight can be saved, which in turn helps lower CO2 emissions.
    Added to that is the fact that the increase in diameter, which would normally be necessary in aluminium wires, can be avoided when larger cross sections are used. The solid structure and a special manufacturing process considerably reduce the diameter of the busbar. Compared to a multi-core copper cable with a diameter of 15.5 mm the aluminium busbar with identical conductivity has a diameter of less than 14 mm. With that, the technology also takes into consideration the diminishing amount of installation space.

    October 7, 2011"

    1. Alas, there appears to be no easy solution; I've seen some of these fires starting anywhere there is copper. (It does mostly or always seem to be electrified copper though. Nothing convincing to show that non-electrified copper is a problem, at least not yet.) Dashboards, lights, ceiling fans, all that stuff has started fires.

      So I don't think replacing the battery cables is a cure-all. BUT, I do think MOST of the non-running vehicular fires actually DO start at or near the batteries, and that IS probably the battery cables. So though it wouldn't solve the problem entirely, it probably could at least significantly reduce the risk, and that's at least something.