Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Event Update For 2013-03-11

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: Sinkhole Incidents
2013-03-11 - Sinkhole opens up in neighborhood in Bethlehem Township (Pennsylvania), home rendered uninhabitable:
Note: A methane incident occurred in Leroy Township (Pennsylvania) not too long ago too, where they discovered 94% pure methane in the soil and a large plume of methane in the air, as mentioned in the 2012-09-08 update, before scientists had reported the nearly 4,000 square miles of dissociating (melting) methane hydrate deposits off the U.S. East Coast. That incident was blamed on a faulty gas well. So the government said the gas well leak was fixed. An independent contractor checked and THAT is when the highly-concentrated methane was detected in the soil and the large plume of methane in the air - AFTER the government said the problem was fixed. Clearly either the problem was not fixed, or the gas well they fixed had nothing to do with that methane in the first place.
Quote: "An official with Chesapeake Energy Corp, the driller at the center of the Leroy Township case, said baseline testing conducted before the gas wells were drilled revealed methane already was in the water."
If you look at the worldwide maps of methane hydrate deposits, what do you see? They are all along coasts, all over the planet. What those maps don't show is that some of those deposits probably extend UNDER the coasts in places. Over the ages, as these deposits have accumulated, we have also had soil erosion occurring and washing soil over the top. Then plants and animals moved in on that land. Eventually we came along and we built on that land too. As those underlying methane hydrate deposits dissociate, they are transforming from solid to liquid (water) and gas (methane). As that happens we are going to see land subsidence, and the methane will come up through the ground and bubble up from waterways. We're probably seeing that right now, to whatever extent, in Louisiana, Florida, Australia, possibly in Pennsylvania, and elsewhere. Nor should we expect every sinkhole to suddenly gout methane; the methane may dissociate underground a ways away, and the land subsidence appear elsewhere, not necessarily right above the methane hydrate deposits.
Not every sinkhole will be caused by methane hydrate deposits melting. This one may or may not have anything to do with that. I don't know that anyone has checked the soil and water in Bethlehem Township for methane, but I don't know that that hasn't been done either. Either way, SOME sinkholes will surely be caused by the lost volume as the methane hydrates melt away and turn into water and gas, so it now seems prudent for us to watch events related to land subsidence and see what patterns develop, and not simply assume that these events are 'normal' or that the problem won't worsen.
Because this problem has the potential to become catastrophic in scope and effect, I am separating sinkhole events out from now on; they will have their own section, their own category, so it's easier to watch them. (There are three other sinkhole incidents for this event update down below.)
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-03-11 - Explosion in home blows out windows in coastal Miami (Florida):

Note: Luckily the family of six that lives there wasn't home at the time...

2013-03-11 - Fuel truck bursts into flame at Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-11 - In separate incidents, tractor trailer and vehicle burst into flame on Route 78:

Note: Tractor trailer burst into flame near the Route 78 toll bridge in Pohatcong Township (New Jersey). Vehicle burst into flame on the eastbound side of Route 78 between Exit 71 (Route 33) in Pennsylvania and Route 22 in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-81 near Waverly (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-64 in Cabell County near Huntington (West Virginia):

2013-03-11 - Tractor bursts into flame in abandoned orange grove in coastal Mims (Florida), fire spreads, brush fire erupts:

2013-03-11 - RV bursts into flame on I-40 in Dickson County (Tennessee):

Note: Looks like it was once a nice RV there...

2013-03-11 - RV bursts into flame on I-75 in Lockland (Ohio):

2013-03-11 - Van bursts into flame on road in Tifton (Georgia):

2013-03-11 - Van bursts into flame on the M50 near Junction 10 (Ireland):

Quote: "Just last week we brought you this picture of a car on fire on the M50. And the same thing has happened this evening, on the southbound direction near Junction 10."

Note: Sounds like people are starting to wake up a little bit...

2013-03-11 - SUV bursts into flame near school in coastal Laguna Beach (California):

2013-03-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-10 in Tallahassee (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - Pickup truck bursts into flame in Joppa (Maryland):

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame on Orangeburg Road in Summerville (South Carolina):

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame on I-270 in St. Louis (Missouri), near the Mississippi River:

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame in shopping center parking lot on Brookdale Avenue in Cornwall (Canada):

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked at apartment complex in El Paso (Texas):

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame on Skelton Road in Diss (Britain):

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame while parked in driveway at home in Spring Creek (Nevada):

Quote: "Heavy, black smoke crawled into the air Sunday morning in the housing section of Spring Creek where a Corvette was fully engulfed in flames in a driveway..."

2013-03-11 - Car bursts into flame on the A90 near coastal Stonehaven (Scotland):

2013-03-11 - Truck trailer bursts into flame near supermarket in Aylesbury (Britain):

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer destroyed by fire and storage shop damaged, in Neponset (Illinois):

2013-03-11 - Fire and explosions destroy barn in Montgomery County (Ohio):

2013-03-11 - Three barns hit by fire in the area of Pocklington (Britain):

2013-03-11 - Barn destroyed by fire in Liberty Township (Pennsylvania), 30 chickens, horse and 2 goats killed:

2013-03-11 - Barn destroyed by fire on Hardie Road in Conklin (New York), 50 animals killed:

2013-03-11 - Barn used for events destroyed by fire near Gainsville (Georgia):

2013-03-11 - Transformer explodes and burns in Claremore (Oklahoma), residents lose water supply:

2013-03-11 - Electrical explosion in coastal Vandenberg Air Force Base (California), 2 injured:

2013-03-11 - Machinery bursts into flame at business in Auburn (Maine):

2013-03-11 - Trash can bursts into flame at home in Redlands (California), fire spreads to vehicle, garage:

2013-03-11 - Trash can bursts into flame at home in Prestbury (Britain), fire spreads to car:

Note: Hmmm, I guess don't park next to your home, or next to other vehicles, or next to trash cans either...

2013-03-11 - Large pile of debris bursts into flame at wood center in Gainesville (Florida), near Newmans Lake:

2013-03-11 - Three playgrounds catch fire in a week in Laurel (Maryland):

Note: Any wood stuff, or mulch, at these playgrounds? Or rusted iron or steel? Hydrogen sulfide is being absorbed into flammable absorbent materials and spontaneously combusting. It's also reactive with rusty iron or steel...

2013-03-11 - Wildfire erupts and burns 500 acres in coastal Croatan National Forest (North Carolina):

2013-03-11 - Brush fire erupts near school and near canal in coastal Naples (Florida):

Quote: "The fire happened in a wooded area near the school and a nearby canal."

2013-03-11 - Blaze erupts in basement of the Trinity Repertory Company in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

Note: Nobody was there at the time, off-hours. Basements are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate once it infiltrates a building. Basements are also where water heaters are usually located and the pilot light may provide an ignition source. Basements are also where electrical boxes are often located, and hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it...

2013-03-11 - Home damaged by fire on Breezy Lane in coastal West Palm Beach (Florida):

2013-03-11 - Townhouse catches fire on Lake Edward Drive in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2013-03-11 - Vacant house burns in Brownsville (Texas):

2013-03-11 - Vacant home burns on Nocks Landing Road in Oak Hall (Virginia), in the Eastern Shore area:

2013-03-11 - Vacant building burns, collapses, on Saint Johns Road in Worcester (Massachusetts):
Prediction C - More Multiples Of People Dead In Homes

Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-03-11 - Man found burned to death in burning car on Bromsgrove Road in Marlbrook (Britain):

2013-03-11 - Teacher drops dead in classroom in school in Fontana (California):

2013-03-11 - Woman found dead in creek near Raytown Road in Kansas City (Missouri):

2013-03-11 - Body found in Lake Ontario near Lake Shore Boulevard in Toronto (Canada):

Note: A putrid odor swept through Toronto late in 2012, as mentioned in the 2012-11-09 update...

2013-03-11 - Man found dead in drainage ditch in Carrollton (Texas):

2013-03-11 - Person found dead in car near Washburn University in Topeka (Kansas):

2013-03-11 - Woman, 56, found dead at base of waterfall in gorge near Wayne (New Jersey):

Note: Possible toppler...

2013-03-11 - Man, 56, drops dead in alley in Sunnyside (Arizona):

Note: Alleys are valleys between rows of buildings...

2013-03-11 - Body found on the Kentucky banks of the Ohio River in Louisville (Kentucky):

2013-03-11 - Man, 54, found dead in wooded area in Clear Spring (Maryland):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-03-11 - Passenger plane veers off runway into grass at airport in Houston (Texas):

Note: Brake failure? Power steering or hydraulic problem?

2013-03-11 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in coastal Mumbai (India), engine failure:

2013-03-11 - Military E/A-6B Prowler plane from Whidbey Island (Washington) crashes near Odessa (Washington), 3 killed:

2013-03-11 - Small plane crashes near Miami Township (Ohio), explodes, 2 lightly injured:

Quote: "Residents near the crash site reported hearing at least two explosions."

2013-03-11 - Small plane crashes at Carter Field in Benton County (North Carolina), no injuries:

2013-03-11 - Helicopter crashes in district of Daman (Afghanistan), 5 killed:

2013-03-11 - Two passenger buses collide head-on in Dak Lak (Vietnam), near the coast, 10 injured:

Quote: "A head-on coach collision similar to the one that killed 11 people in Cam Ranh City three days ago occurred in Buon Me Thuot City this morning."

2013-03-11 - Passenger bus overturns in coastal Costa Rica, 45 injured:

2013-03-11 - Fuel tanker truck overturns at Calgary International Airport in Calgary (Canada), 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - Three tractor trailers crash on the M74 in South Lanarkshire (Scotland), near coastal Glasgow, 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer overturns onto car on US 23 near Ann Arbor (Michigan), car driver crushed to death:

Quote: "State police say a truck pulling two trailers had a tire blowout on an expressway near Ann Arbor and overturned onto a passenger car, killing the driver."

Note: And another tire explodes. I bet he was braking when it happened too. If you drive on freeways, then you probably don't want to drive near any vehicle with a lot of mass because those vehicles are the ones most vulnerable to the brake-friction and tire-absorbency problem. That would include tanker trucks, tractor trailers, car-haulers, log trucks, dump trucks, cement trucks, RVs, buses - anything that looks big and massive.

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer overturns on the Long Island Expressway in Jericho (New York):

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer overturns on West State Street in Trenton (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on Route 220 near Boones Mill Road in Boones Mill (Virginia):

2013-03-11 - Log truck overturns on Washington Street near Albany (Ohio), 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - Truck overturns on the A303 near Yeovil (Britain):

2013-03-11 - Three-vehicle crash on I-10 in Thousand Palms (California), vehicle bursts into flame, 4 injured:

2013-03-11 - Van veers over centerline, hits truck head-on, on the Warrego Highway near Roma (Australia), 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - SUV veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Carollton Township (Michigan), 1 injured:

2013-03-11 - Car veers over centerline, hits SUV head-on, in Houston (Texas), 1 killed, 1 lightly injured:

2013-03-11 - Car veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Thermopolis (Wyoming), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-03-11 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, on I-26 in Richland County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

Note: This is what I call 'the standard model' for recent vehicular accidents. Some of these accidents are likely caused by the driver getting a whiff of hydrogen sulfide and losing consciousness and crashing, then fire breaks out more easily than normal (since hydrogen sulfide is also a highly flammable gas). Some of these accidents are also surely caused by the tire absorbency and brake-friction problem, where tire rubber absorbs hydrogen sulfide over time, causing brake-friction to burn hotter than normal, resulting in fried brakes, ruptured brake lines or power steering lines, tires igniting or exploding, the entire vehicle going up in flames, or all of the above...

2013-03-11 - Vehicle veers over grass median, hits vehicle head-on, in coastal Charlotte County (Florida), 3 injured:

2013-03-11 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Angola (Indiana), 3 injured:

2013-03-11 - Sinkhole shuts down church in coastal North Naples (Florida):

Quote: "There are already cracks in the walls, uneven floors and a hole in the ground so large that a landscaper recently fell into it."

2013-03-11 - Sinkhole opens up in alley in Portage (Wisconsin), delivery truck hits it:

2013-03-11 - Sinkhole opens up at golf course in Waterloo (Illinois), almost swallows golfer:

Quote: "It was the first time a person — and not a ball — has disappeared beneath the turf in the course’s 20-year history."
Other Stories Of Interest

2013-03-11 - Strange new forms of life found in Lake Vostok in the Antarctic:

Note: Well, hopefully there's nothing there that'll wipe out the human race. We have enough problems...

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