Friday, March 15, 2013

Event Update For 2013-03-14

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
2013-03-14 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes in coastal Tiverton, Little Compton and Westport (Massachusetts):
Quote: "Residents across the three seaside communities reported hearing a loud boom that shook their entire houses last night."
Note: These mysterious community-rattling explosions being heard around the world are likely caused by atmospheric gas plumes - hydrogen sulfide or methane or both - finding an ignition source and detonating. This area (as in many of the other similar events) is on a coast, in this case the U.S. East Coast. There are nearly 4,000 square miles of methane hydrate deposits destabilizing and melting off the U.S. East Coast. Eventually these explosions may equal the destructive force of small thermonuclear weapons, like that which destroyed Hiroshima, but minus the radiation (unless an explosion destroys a nuclear plant in which case there will be radiation too).
Human forces (e.g. the government) may be purposely detonating clouds of gas before they reach populated areas and destroy entire towns or portions of cities, not just to protect us (though I'm sure they are trying to do that), but also because once that begins happening, people are unlikely to continue sleeping through this extinction event. They can play the 'Al Qaeda did it' card once or twice, and they probably will, but that excuse will only work for so long.
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-03-14 - Huge explosion rocks chemical plant in coastal Yeosu (South Korea), 7 killed, 13 injured:

2013-03-14 - Explosion hits Asphalt Recovery Lake (business) in coastal Willemstad (CuraƧao), 1 killed, 4 injured:

Note: As the pic shows, this business is right on the coast...

2013-03-14 - Explosion and fire damage school in coastal Grays (Britain):

2013-03-14 - Massive inferno destroys 600 shanties near coastal Cape Town (South Africa), 2 killed, 2500 people homeless:

2013-03-14 - Shed explodes and burns in suburb of coastal Perth (Australia), 2 injured:

2013-03-14 - Battery factory explodes and burns in coastal Galilee (Israel), 3 injured:,7340,L-4356653,00.html

2013-03-14 - Tanker ship bursts into flame in the Yellow Sea near Buan (South Korea):

2013-03-14 - Seven trailered boats burst into flame in coastal Mandurah (Australia):

2013-03-14 - Four cars burst into flame at junkyard in Hamilton (New Jersey):

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it. These were scrap cars so they probably didn't have batteries. Hydrogen sulfide is also reactive with rusty iron/steel. These were junk cars so they probably DID have some rust on them, and that's likely the cause of this fire. There have been a whole lot of fires just like this in scrapyards and junkyards around the world, even scrap iron catching fire on cargo ships. There is no other rational explanation for piles of iron and steel bursting into flame; only hydrogen sulfide explains that...

2013-03-14 - Tour bus bursts into flame on I-10 near Robersdale (Alabama):

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 101 near Los Alamos (California):

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the 210 Highway in Kansas City (Missouri):

Note: Kansas City sits at the confluence of the Missouri River and the Kansas River and the Missouri side of Kansas City is downwind of both...

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the Pacific Highway near Tabbimoble (Australia):

Quote: "Evans Head ambulance arrived on the scene to check the driver who had stomach pains possibly as a result of the explosion."

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on road near Simcoe (Canada):

2013-03-14 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame near road in Loveland (Colorado):

2013-03-14 - Van and truck burst into flame near home in Mt. Healthy (Ohio):

Quote: "Investigators on the scene say the engine blocks were cold so they believe the fires were intentionally set."

Note: These investigators obviously are not paying any attention to what's been happening around the world in the last year or two. Vehicles do not have to be running, and need not have been running recently, in order to spontaneously combust now. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, like battery cables, and it is reactive with rusty iron/steel, as is found on many vehicles. MANY non-running vehicles have been bursting into flame: boats at docks, cars in parking lots, garages, car parks, buses in bus depots, trucks at trucking firms, golf carts in storage buildings, tractors in barns, you name it. That town might wanna hire some better investigators...

2013-03-14 - Minivan bursts into flame in Moose Jaw (Canada), near the Moose Jaw River:

2013-03-14 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on the Honoapiilani Highway on the island of Maui (Hawaii):

2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame on street in Phillipsburg (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Hemlock Street in Rhinelander (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The car was not running at the time. The fire department says there's no way of telling how it started because it's burnt so badly."

2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame on the Garden State Parkway in Hazlet (New Jersey):

2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame on road in Clayton (Georgia), driver drives to fire department:

2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame on the A379 near Powderham (Britain):

2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame off Lodge Road in Hurst (Britain), 1 seriously burned:

2013-03-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 240 in Portage la Prairie (Canada), near Lake Manitoba:

2013-03-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame in parking lot in Niagara Falls (Canada):

2013-03-14 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Coonpath Road near Lancaster (Ohio):

2013-03-14 - Farm vehicle bursts into flame, fire spreads, destroys barn, in Lebanon (Oregon):

2013-03-14 - SUV and garage destroyed by fire at home in Great Bend (Kansas), near the Arkansas River:

2013-03-14 - Three vehicles and two sheds destroyed by fire in coastal Johns Island (South Carolina):

2013-03-14 - Barn and snowmobile destroyed by fire on Houle Creek Road near Frenchtown (Montana):

Quote: "Meeks said the barn contained 'a little bit of hay and some other equipment,' including a snowmobile."

2013-03-14 - Barn destroyed by fire in coastal Hantsport, Nova Scotia (Canada), 1 lightly injured:,-firefighter-injured/1,-spreads-to-house/1,-firefighter-injured/1

2013-03-14 - Barn destroyed by fire near Humboldt (Kansas), near the Neosho River:

2013-03-14 - Barn destroyed by fire in Coffee County (Alabama):

2013-03-14 - Barn destroyed by fire on Forrister Road in Rollin Township (Michigan):

2013-03-14 - Barn damaged by fire in Wroxeter (Canada), near Wroxeter Mill Pond:

2013-03-14 - Moving sidewalk bursts into flame at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta (Georgia):

2013-03-14 - Huge blaze destroys commercial building in Toronto (Canada):

Quote: "Fire officials told CBC News the businesses were still operating but neighbours say the used car sales business had moved out recently. The building, they say, was being used to store clothes."

Note: Clothes are made of flammable absorbent materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include cloth, paper, wood, brush, mulch, generic trash, cardboard, cotton, straw, hay, etc.

2013-03-14 - Storage unit bursts into flame near hotel in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida):

Quote: "The investigation would later reveal the fire started in a storage unit, which contained old furniture and other items, used by the hotel while renovations are performed."

Note: Furniture is another flammable absorbent 'material'...

2013-03-14 - Large pile of tires bursts into flame at company in Ridgefield (Washington):

2013-03-14 - Power plant hit by small fire, residents lose power in Fairbanks (Alaska):

2013-03-14 - Massive fire devours warehouse and three businesses in Coal City (Illinois), near the Kankakee River:

Quote: "...water had to be hauled in with portable tanks fed by tanker trucks that were filling up from the Kankakee River a few blocks away."

2013-03-14 - Mattress catches fire in Zellers store at Semiahmoo Mall in Surrey (Canada), near Semiahmoo Bay, mall closed:

Note: Mattresses are made of flammable absorbent materials...

2013-03-14 - Huge blaze devours several businesses at strip mall in Gastonia (North Carolina), explosion mentioned:

2013-03-14 - Restaurant catches fire in Bridgewater (Massachusetts):

2013-03-14 - Raging fire destroys three-story mixed-use building in coastal Port Washington (New York), on Long Island, dozens homeless:

2013-03-14 - Two adjacent homes destroyed by fire near downtown Houston (Texas):

2013-03-14 - Basement fire erupts at home in Wappingers Falls (New York), near Wappingers Creek, 1 critically injured:

2013-03-14 - Home destroyed by fire in Tupper Lake (New York):

2013-03-14 - Home erupts in flame in Benton Harbor (Michigan), near Lake Michigan, 1 injured:,0,7319517.story

2013-03-14 - Deadly fire tears through mobile home on Mud Fork Road in Chloe (West Virginia), 4 killed (3 children), 2 injured:

Note: Chloe lies along the West Fork Little Kanawha River...

2013-03-14 - Home destroyed by massive fire near Cambridge Springs (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-14 - Unoccupied home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2013-03-14 - Unoccupied home destroyed by fire and explosion in Lutz (Florida):

Quote: "A caller told authorities they heard an explosion..."

Note: By 'unoccupied' I mean the someone lives there (or works there if it's a business), but wasn't there at the time. In this case the family was out shopping...

2013-03-14 - Vacant building burns in Omaha (Nebraska), body found inside:

2013-03-14 - Vacant home and two occupied homes burn in Detroit (Michigan):

Note: Did the fire start in the vacant home?

2013-03-14 - Vacant house burns in Brockton (Massachusetts):

2013-03-14 - Vacant wooden schoolhouse burns on the Eastern Shore in Virginia, 68th vacant structure fire in this area since November:
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-03-14 - Charred corpse found in burning car at Woodlawn Cemetery in Canandaigua (New York), in the Finger Lakes area:

Note: And another charred corpse in a burning vehicle in the 2013-03-12 update, and another in the 2013-03-11 update, and more before that. Clearly the odds of being incinerated in your vehicle are rising rapidly. You'd think people would pay attention to such things, seeing as their lives are at stake, but nope, not really. Apparently we're gonna have to see a whole lot of fried people before folks wake up to what's going on...

2013-03-14 - Man in his 20s found dead on beach in coastal Miami Beach (Florida):

2013-03-14 - Man, 36, found dead by creek near Boyds Mill Pond Road in Laurens (South Carolina):

2013-03-14 - Man, 29, drops dead in Central City Park in Macon (Georgia):

2013-03-14 - University student, 24, found dead in campus apartment in Edwardsville (Illinois):

2013-03-14 - Woman, 28, found dead near Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park (Montana):

2013-03-14 - Man, 24, drops dead in hotel room in Lexington (Kentucky):

2013-03-14 - Missing woman, 60, found dead near Mohawk Lake in Brantford (Canada):

2013-03-14 - Man found dead in creek in Lanyon Park in Longmont (Colorado):

2013-03-14 - Man, 37, found dead near creek in Laurens County (South Carolina):

2013-03-14 - Woman, early 20s, found dead in bed at vacant Pajama Factory in South Williamsport (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-14 - Missing woman, 34, found dead in wooded area in coastal Coos Bay (Oregon):

2013-03-14 - Man, 29, found dead in the Little River in Blount County (Tennessee):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-03-14 - Small plane makes emergency landing on road in coastal Palm Coast (Florida), engine failure:

2013-03-14 - Small plane crashes into ravine near airport in Mount Airy (North Carolina), engine failure, 1 injured:

2013-03-14 - Cruise ship cancels cruise, returns to port in coastal Tampa (Florida), 'technical issues':

Note: So in the cruise industry, in the last five weeks or so:

* Cruise ship has power issues, toilets back up, at the island of St. Maarten, mentioned in the 2013-03-13 update

* More than 100 passengers sicken on cruise ship near Port Everglades (Florida), mentioned in the 2013-03-08 update

* Cruise ship under construction bursts into flame at shipyard in Papenburg (Germany), mentioned in the 2013-03-06 update

* Luxury cruise ship bursts into flame in coastal Munster (Australia), mentioned in the 2013-03-06 update

* Cruise ship has major engine fire and is disabled, passengers suffer, mentioned in the 2013-02-10 update

That's not counting the 72-year-old man found dead on a cruise ship in Darwin Harbor in Australia (2013-03-03), or the 24-year-old found dead on cruise ship in Darwin Harbor in Australia (2013-02-02), or the man who had a brain hemorrhage on a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico (2013-02-17), or any other cruise ship deaths or sickenings...

2013-03-14 - Forty-vehicle pileup in Hungary, including 8 or 9 tractor trailers, 1 killed, nearly 40 injured:

2013-03-14 - Multiple-vehicle crash, two vehicles burst into flame, on Loop 101 in Phoenix (Arizona), 1 killed:

2013-03-14 - Passenger bus overturns in central Lebanon, at least 8 killed, 29 injured:

2013-03-14 - Tanker truck overturns at Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston (Texas), 1 lightly injured:

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer and SUV collide head-on, at Grand Falls Casino in Larchwood (Iowa), 2 killed:

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer crashes through guard rail, overturns, bursts into flame, on I-15 near Lenwood (California), 2 injured:

2013-03-14 - Tractor trailer veers into median, crashes, on I-69 in Steuben (Indiana), 1 lightly injured:

2013-03-14 - Hog truck overturns on Route 10 in Surry County (Virginia):

2013-03-14 - Chip truck overturns on Oregon 22 near Grand Ronde (Oregon):

2013-03-14 - Car jumps median, slams vehicle head-on, near coastal Washington DC, 1 killed, 3 injured:

2013-03-14 - Car hits minivan, bursts into flame, in Clarksburg (West Virginia), 4 injured:

2013-03-14 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Bedminster (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:
Animal Attacks

2013-03-14 - Two dogs attack and injure three people in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "...the owner says he can't believe his dogs would ever be capable of such a thing."

Note: Oh, they might be capable of such a thing if they sniff along the ground when some hydrogen sulfide is present, since that could damage their brains. Like the original face-eater in Florida, who went from normal everyday guy to ravening cannibal incapable of speech in about 30 minutes as he walked across a causeway over water on Florida's Gulf Coast...

2013-03-14 - Coyotes attacking and killing pets in Broomfield (Colorado):

Quote: "Coyotes in the southeastern part of the city have attacked dogs in their backyards at least 11 times since the start of the year, and six of those pets have died."

Note: As the biosphere dies off, surviving life will be forced to seek out alternative sources of nutrition. In some cases that will be our pets, or us...

2013-03-14 - Bees go berserk, attack and injure several people, in Wichita Falls (Texas):
Other Stories Of Interest

2013-03-14 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) causing problems on the Ruamahanga River and other waterways (New Zealand):


  1. And yet another incident on the Eastern Shore in Virginia. These are almost a daily occurrence now. If there are any skeptics of the Jumping Jack Flash Hypothesis then for starters, as a profile fitting example, I would point out these continuous incidents of repetitive fires & or explosions at vacant buildings in this area.

    "2013-03-14 - Vacant wooden schoolhouse burns on the Eastern Shore in Virginia, 68th vacant structure fire in this area since November"

  2. "2013-03-14 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Hemlock Street in Rhinelander (Wisconsin):"

    I grew up in Rhinelander & lived about 15 years there. I left at the end of 1973 but lived there again briefly for about 6 months in early 1985. So this is now literally 'Hitting Home'.

    BTW, since this whole ELE thing (& even the blog layout) is a little 'StevenKingish' I just emailed Steven King's webmaster to tell Steven to check out the JJFH blog. I don't have any connections with him but who knows maybe he'll check it out!
    It would make an excellent book & at the same time be an excellent Public Service Announcement.
    With the right people it could also be made into a superb movie.

    1. I consider 'StevenKingish' to be a great compliment. And I have thought the same thing! There's a great book possibility here and he'd be the best man for the job! AND a great movie could be made too. You wouldn't even have to embellish much if at all - some of the catastrophes are ALREADY Hollywood-caliber. If the 'top' is high enough, and I think it is, then you don't need 'over-the-top'.

    2. It's way past 'Hollywood-Caliber' & also far beyond 'Over-the-Top'!