Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Event Update For 2013-03-12

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: Fires And Explosions
2013-03-12 - Explosion, shockwave, smoke plume and unidentifiable chemical odor alarm residents near Alderpoint (California):
Note: These explosions being heard and felt around the world are likely atmospheric gas plumes, either hydrogen sulfide or methane or both, igniting and detonating. Sometimes a 'flash of light' is reported, if the explosion happens high enough above the ground. Explosions like these are the result of combustion, which is a chemical reaction, which means chemicals. So there are flammable gases in the atmosphere and they are combusting and exploding. In Earth's history, there are only two chemicals that are highly flammable and which have impacted our atmosphere on a planetary scale: hydrogen sulfide and methane. Nobody has come forward with an alternative explanation (very probably because there isn't one), soooo....
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-03-12 - Explosion damages power substation in Anderbolt, Boksburg (South Africa), 4 injured:

Quote: "Jackson adds that the four men were badly injured, some had sustained severe burns, and the others injuries from shrapnel that had come from the transmitter."

2013-03-12 - Explosion reported at recycling company in Cottenham (Britain):

2013-03-12 - Underground fire erupts in mine in Monongalia County (West Virginia):

Quote: "The U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration issued a statement Tuesday saying there appeared to be a fire burning underground at the mine. A mine rescue team and backup team went underground to try to find the source of the flames, but withdrew after finding heat and smoke..."

2013-03-12 - Underground oil tank explodes in coastal Zhuhai (China), massive fireball lights up the sky:

2013-03-12 - Explosion blows balconies off three-story building in coastal Tel Aviv (Israel):

Note: Hundreds of undersea gas leaks were recently discovered off the coast of Israel...

2013-03-12 - Explosion rocks chemical plant in the Fengxian district of coastal Shanghai (China), 3 injured:

2013-03-12 - Sailboat bursts into flame while docked at boatyard in Allen (Maryland):

2013-03-12 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame, 5 cars on it incinerated too, on I-30 in Hope (Arkansas):

Note: And yet another tire exploding. This is obviously going to be an ongoing and escalating problem, and it will hit massive vehicles the hardest, working its way down over time to smaller vehicles. The problem is that tire rubber is absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, probably the former because tires rest on the ground and hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction generates more heat than usual (since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot), and then all sorts of bad things can happen: tires ignite or explode, fluid lines (brake, hydraulic, power steering) rupture, the brakes themselves ignite, the entire vehicle goes up in flame, or all of the above. The more massive the vehicle and the more tire rubber it has, the more likely this problem will manifest. It affects planes too; they've been having landing gear problems and tires exploding, especially after landing, when they tend to hit their brakes the hardest...

2013-03-12 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on Route 78 in Hunterdon County (New Jersey):

2013-03-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Palm Coast (Florida):

2013-03-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame outside IBM facility in the Town of Poughkeepsie (New York):

2013-03-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-64 near Fern Valley Road in Louisville (Kentucky):

2013-03-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-495 in Marlborough (Massachusetts):

2013-03-12 - Box truck bursts into flame on Long Beach Road in coastal Oceanside (New York):,46477

2013-03-12 - Garbage truck bursts into flame in coastal Georgetown (Guyana):

2013-03-12 - Truck bursts into flame on I-75 near Indian Trace (Florida):

Note: The truck had a tire explode, then the trees it was hauling caught fire. They were palm trees. There have been multiple incidents where palm trees have spontaneously combusted. Their skin is kinda rubbery and may be absorbing hydrogen sulfide just like tire rubber is doing (which is sometimes causing tires to ignite and/or explode, among other things, when brakes are applied)...

2013-03-12 - Truck bursts into flame in parking lot at Trex Mart near Carrollton (Missouri):

2013-03-12 - School bus bursts into flame on the island of Fiji:

Quote: "About 60 students had to jump out of the company's bus when it caught fire near the Deuba Village junction in Navua about 4.30pm on Monday."

2013-03-12 - RV bursts into flame in Twentynine Palms (California), 2 killed:

2013-03-12 - Van bursts into flame while parked outside apartment building in Wyoming (Michigan), building evacuated:

2013-03-12 - Minivan bursts into flame on Hicksville Road in coastal Massapequa (New York):

2013-03-12 - SUV bursts into flame in Ramona (California):

2013-03-12 - Car bursts into flame while parked in lot in Napa (California):

2013-03-12 - Car bursts into flame on Merritt Parkway in Wallingford (Connecticut):

2013-03-12 - Car bursts into flame inside garage at home in Vicksburg (Michigan), fire spreads to garage:

2013-03-12 - Car bursts into flame on the M25 at Leatherhead (Britain):

2013-03-12 - Car bursts into flame inside auto shop in Wolcott (Connecticut), fire damages auto shop too:

Note: That's about half a mile from Cedar Lake...

2013-03-12 - Car bursts into flame on road near Duncan, British Columbia (Canada):

2013-03-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Pali Highway in coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

2013-03-12 - Four motorcycles burst into flame at car park near beach in coastal Phuket (Thailand):

Quote: "Swimmers at the beach, which has a steep stairs descent to the sea, returned to see a pall of smoke and a large area blackened by the blaze."

Quote: "We've never seen anything like it."

2013-03-12 - Tractor and machine shed destroyed by fire near Wagner (South Dakota):

2013-03-12 - Tractor, truck and barn destroyed by fire in Easton Township (Michigan):

2013-03-12 - Sailboat, barn and farm equipment destroyed by huge fire in Bethany (New York), in Genesee County:

Quote: "...there was a lot of equipment in the barn that’s now gone, including a sailboat."

2013-03-12 - Barn destroyed by fire in Jasper (Indiana), some animals killed:

2013-03-12 - Barn destroyed by fire in the Town of Isabelle (Wisconsin), near the Mississippi River:

2013-03-12 - Barn destroyed by fire outside Bradworthy (Britain), 5 animals killed:

2013-03-12 - Barn destroyed by fire in New Lebanon (Ohio), some rabbits killed:

2013-03-12 - Trash can bursts into flame next to shed at Northshore High School in Slidell (Louisiana), fire spreads to shed:

Quote: "Wood pallets and an old desk were stored on one side of the shed, and gas cans and equipment were on the other side, he said. The fire broke out on the side of the shed where the wood pallets were stored, Duffaut said."

Note: Pallets have been bursting into flame all throughout this past year, including some seriously mammoth pallet fires involving tens of thousands of pallets. Trash is also spontaneously combusting, at landfills, recycling centers, in trash cans and garbage trucks. The cause is the same for the pallet fires and the trash fires: they are both absorbent flammable materials and such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. These materials include: wood, mulch, generic trash, cotton, wool, cloth, clothing, paper, cardboard, brush, dried dead trees, and much more...

2013-03-12 - Fire rips through night club in coastal Norrköping (Sweden), upcoming orgy cancelled:

Quote: "An attempt by 200 swingers in Sweden to break the national record for group sex has been thwarted after a fire ripped through the nightclub that was due to host the steamy gathering."

2013-03-12 - Seafood restaurant destroyed by fire in Chesapeake (Virginia), near the coast:

Note: It caught fire in the late hours, nobody there...

2013-03-12 - 'Fluke electrical issue' causes fire at two homes in Fruitport Township (Michigan):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a charge running through it. This town is about two miles east of - e.g. downwind of - Lake Michigan...

2013-03-12 - House erupts in flame in coastal Fort Lauderdale (Florida), 2 puppies saved:

2013-03-12 - Huge fire and possible explosion destroy vacant mill in Opelika (Alabama):

Note: Mills are virtually always built near bodies of flowing water, to provide free energy for millwork. Such low-lying areas are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate when the wind isn't blowing and from where any accumulated gas will blow when the wind picks up...

2013-03-12 - Vacant home destroyed by fire on Terry Coal Road in Crofton (Kentucky):

2013-03-12 - Vacant motel destroyed by fire on the Eastern Shore in Virginia, 66th vacant building to burn here since mid-November:,0,5720397.story

2013-03-12 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Vestal (New York):

2013-03-12 - Vacant home burns in Jasonville (Indiana):
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-03-12 - Four Bald Eagles found dead on the Eastern Shore in Virginia:

Note: Say, that's the same area that all the vacant buildings are burning up too. Coincidence? I doubt it...
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-03-12 - Charred corpse found in burning pickup truck on Cypress Mill Road in Blanco County (Texas):

Note: The last charred corpse to be found in a burning vehicle was way back day prior. Lots of people being found burned to death in vehicles. That makes sense, as there are lots of vehicles spontaneously combusting these days, and not everyone is going to escape alive when their vehicle bursts into flame...

2013-03-12 - Four teens found dead in submerged vehicle in Forked Creek in Wilington (Illinois):

2013-03-12 - Man, 48, found dead in submerged Jeep in creek in Holland (Texas):

Note: All the people being found dead in submerged vehicles - it's probably mostly the same reason: they get a whiff of hydrogen sulfide, lose consciousness, veer off road into a body of water and drown, since breathing is an involuntary reflex and if you're unconscious then you'll breathe water until dead. Same thing with most of the corpses found in creeks, lakes, bays, at beaches and so on: that's where hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate AND if you get a dose while in the water then you'll breathe water until dead...

2013-03-12 - Body found in submerged vehicle in Buffalo Bayou in Houston (Texas):

2013-03-12 - Man, 28, found dead in water off Maui (Hawaii), two other people found unconscious, resuscitated, critical:

Note: Three separate incidents...

2013-03-12 - Inmate, 32, drops dead in prison in coastal Honolulu (Hawaii):

2013-03-12 - Woman, 19, found dead in the snow near health clinic in Selawik (Alaska):

Note: Selawik is right next to Niglaktak Lake...

2013-03-12 - Man, 49, found floating in water near the Goodland Bridge on Marco Island (Florida):

2013-03-12 - Woman, 50s or 60s, drops dead near apartment complex in coastal New Port Richey (Florida):

Note: This city is on Florida's Gulf Coast, downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are likely pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide now. The gas won't kill everyone off in one day or one week or one year, but as time goes on the odds of surviving another day will get worse. That's true of every area on the planet, but it'll be worse in some areas than others because of wind patterns and topography. The event above this one, same thing: Marco Island is on Florida's Gulf Coast too...

2013-03-12 - Man in his 20s found dead in river levee in Brownsville (Texas):

2013-03-12 - Man found dead in wooded area in Spring Lake (North Carolina):

2013-03-12 - Man, 63, drops dead on street in Summit Hill (Pennsylvania), in the Lehigh Valley:

2013-03-12 - Woman, 35, found dead in the 10 Mile Bayou in West Memphis (Arkansas):

2013-03-12 - Man, 34, found dead near Cripple Creek in Carnuel (New Mexico):

2013-03-12 - Tugboat crewmember goes missing, found dead in the water, in Corpus Christi (Texas):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-03-12 - Passenger plane skids off runway after landing, in Katowice (Poland):

Note: Brake failure? Landing gear problem?

2013-03-12 - Boeing Dreamlifter makes emergency landing at airport near the Puget Sound (Washington), hydraulic problem:

2013-03-12 - Small plane crashes near Thargomindah (Australia), 1 killed:

2013-03-12 - Small plane crashes after landing gear collapses while landing at Minden-Tahoe Airport (Nevada):

2013-03-12 - Helicopter crashes in Lusaka (Zambia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-03-12 - UN helicoper crashes near Bukavu (Congo), 4 killed:

2013-03-12 - Tug boat pushing barge hits gas pipeline south of coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), massive fire erupts, 4 injured:

2013-03-12 - Three-vehicle chain-reaction crash in coastal Broward County (Florida), 13 lightly injured:

2013-03-12 - Passenger bus crashes off bridge onto Yangtze River beach in Jingzhou (China), 14 killed, 8 injured:

2013-03-12 - Multiple tractor trailers crash and overturn on I-81 in Lebanon County (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-12 - Two tractor trailer collide on US 127 in Jackson (Michigan), small fire breaks out:

2013-03-12 - Cement truck overturns on Waxhaw-Indian Trail Road in Union County (North Carolina):

2013-03-12 - Coal truck crashes through guard rail, overturns, on Route 60 in London (West Virginia):

2013-03-12 - Truck hauling frozen pizzas overturns on I-77 in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2013-03-12 - SUV veers over centerline, hits school bus head-on, in Syracuse (New York), 3 injured:

Quote: "Onondaga County Sheriff's deputies say 53-year-old Linda Franks, of North Syracuse, was driving an SUV on Wolf Street when she suffered from a medical condition, causing her to drift into the northbound lane and into the path of the school bus."

Note: Say, that's what breathing hydrogen sulfide causes, medical conditions. And it's not ALWAYS bus drivers that are losing consciousness while driving, as has happened numerous times recently; it can happen to anyone driving anything. It's just that when it happens to bus drivers, there's more attention, more news...

2013-03-12 - SUV veers over centerline, hits minivan head-on, in Burke County (North Carolina), 1 killed, 5 injured:

2013-03-12 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits tractor trailer head-on, in Benton County (Missouri), 1 killed:

2013-03-12 - Car and tractor trailer collide head-on, near Saskatoon (Canada), 1 injured:

2013-03-12 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Forsyth County (Georgia), 2 killed:

2013-03-12 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in coastal Portsmouth (Rhode Island), 2 injured:

2013-03-12 - Car slams utility pole, bursts into flame, in Winfield (Illinois):

2013-03-12 - Car hits utility pole then crashes into yard, bursts into flame, in coastal North Hollywood (California), 2 injured:

2013-03-12 - Car hits guard rail, bursts into flame, in Columbia (South Carolina), near Lake Murray, 1 killed:
Zombie Files

2013-03-12 - Man, 19, runs naked through hotel in coastal Orange Park (Florida), dies in jail after being captured:

Note: When people breathe enough hydrogen sulfide to sustain serious neorological damage (e.g. brain damage), they aren't too terribly likely to live very long afterwards. There've been numerous incidents like this, where someone does crazy stuff, then drops dead, sometimes in the police car before they ever even get incarcerated...
Animal Attacks

2013-03-12 - Shark attacks and kills man off the coast of Jamaica:

2013-03-12 - Dog attacks and injures little girl in coastal Bronx, New York City (New York):

Quote: "The little girl was badly mauled and is hospitalized. The terrifying attack has many wondering what set the dog off and why the animal set its sights on a young child."

2013-03-12 - Sinkhole opens up in coastal Washington DC, entire block closed:
Other Stories Of Interest

2013-03-12 - Mass poisoning incident in coastal Tripoli (Libya), 51 killed, hundreds sickened, blamed on bad alcohol:

Quote: "These poison cases are not coming just from one source. There is more than one source..."

2013-03-12 - U.S. Forest Service predicts another bad year for fires:


  1. When will the Jumping Jack Flash Hypothesis become a theory?
    In my opinion it has become a theory but what is it going to take to convince you? Or are you already convinced that it is a theory?

    1. I agree, we're beyond hypothesizing at this point. But it'd be an awful lot of effort to alter all the names and links just to change the word 'hypothesis' to 'theory'. Heh. I'm convinced that this is the real deal here, and it is happening. *I* was convinced of that more than two years ago, in early 2011. I'm just showing other people at this point, seeing what it takes before OTHER people see it.

    2. Over the past few months since I've been monitoring this blog it has gone from hypothesis to theory then to fact. The constant repetitiveness of many of the profile fitting incidents & their locations cannot be denied. I feel that this is one of those events where most people won't figure it out but maybe they are better off that way.
      This is the type of event where even people that know about it aren't exempt from disaster because even though you increase your chances of survival by being knowledgeable & prepared it could still very easily take your life.

      With an event of this magnitude if you were in control of the government what would you tell the public?

    3. BTW, instead of having a comment section at the end of each daily events listing is it possible to have an ongoing type of comment section (similar to godlikeproductions) located off to the right side?

    4. Long have I pondered that question. I can make a good case that hiding the truth from us was the right thing to do, in a 'ends justifies the means' kind of way. And when the 'ends' probably means the survival of the human race itself, the means inevitably end up being...flexible.

      That said, I have always maintained - and I have never wavered on this - that eventually people do wake up. They may not understand the details, the reasons, but they will understand that 'something really effing BAD is happening' and they will simply panic from fear of the unknown. At that point, people should, I think, be told the truth, even though it is horrifying.

      And then everything must change. We are a tribal Type 0 civilization. The number of people who might survive with our civilization configured that way is smaller than the number of people who might survive if we - all people, everywhere - united in common purpose and resolved to do big things, to put aside small-thinking, to become a Type 1 civilization. Go big or go home, and by 'go home' I mean 'go extinct'.

      But the things that need to be done, the changes that have to be made, people won't accept those things if it is 'them' who tell us. Could people trust the very people who have hidden the truth from us? Human nature would make that unworkable. (Which may explain the 1.3 billion rounds of hollow-point ammunition. Insurance policy, in case things REALLY go south.) So for that to work, the truth, and the consequences, and the requirements, and the case for making sweeping changes, probably HAS to come from one of 'us'.

      So, to answer your question, I guess if I was in control of the government, I would do what they are doing: try to protect people as best as possible for as long as possible and hope that somebody from the general population springs up who understands the things that need to be done to maximize human survival. I'd also probably kill anyone who got too close to the truth who was a small-thinker and who might try to use the truth to foment rebellion or incite violence, neither of which would result in anything positive in terms of the survivor count.

      'They' haven't killed me yet! That gives me a little hope that as bad as things are, and as bad as things are going to get, they may see things the same way. Is there a needle that might be threaded, when the time comes, which might make the outcome, however terrible, at least somewhat LESS terrible? I think there may be.

      In the meantime, the truth, though it is not widespread, is at least AVAILABLE for those who seek it out. That wasn't the case for me when I began, and it was freaking scary - and lonely - to wake up and look around and see only myself and two groups of people: the people pulling off the biggest mass-deception of all time, and the people blissfully sleeping through the biggest event in human history.

    5. As for the comments thing - not that I have found. I wish there was, and I wish Blogger would evolve a little faster. It does kinda suck; I agree with you there. Maybe there's some free forum service available out there somewhere, and I could then at least link to that. If I find time I will look into that. (Updates have been getting rather big and time-consuming lately, and it's almost time to roll out my annual garden stuff too, so time's a bit lacking at the moment.)

    6. Your intelligence, dedication, empathy & compassion for humanity continue to impress me.
      You are most likely the only person in the World providing this type of 'Public Service Announcement' to humankind. There are other 'Warners' that exist but few & far between & none with a blog like this (to the best of my knowledge).

      As you know, 'Arctic-News' is a very informational blog that also covers the news about the dire seriousness of the global Methane & Hydrogen releases so that is a good companion blog to the JJFH blog. There are some recent excellent articles there by Aaron Franklin that I highly recommend concerned people should read.