Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-15


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
2013-04-15 - Two large explosions hit at the Boston Marathon in coastal Boston (Massachusetts), 3+ killed, 140+ injured:
Quote: "A third explosion occurred later at John F. Kennedy Library in Boston..."
Quote: "Counterterrorism officials found five additional suspect devices around the Boston area on Monday, but a law-enforcement official later said closer examinations led them to doubt that they were bombs."
Note: Was this a bombing? You got me. It's possible, though no one has taken credit, there are no suspects, nobody saw anybody place any bombs, there's no surveillance footage showing people placing bombs, etc, etc. Of course, if this was caused by methane blowing in from the nearly 4000 square miles of dissociating methane hydrate deposits off the East Coast then authorities will still want you to THINK it was a bomb, because bombers can be dealt with but you can't arrest or punish the Earth. So no matter what happened, you probably shouldn't count on getting the truth about this event. In any case, I did predict more fires and explosions and especially along coasts, and this was in coastal Boston's Back Bay area...

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-15 - Explosion and fire damage JFK Presidential Library and Museum in coastal Boston (Massachusetts):

Note: Apparently they don't think this event was related to the Boston Marathon 'bombing'. Well, who knows, but they could be connected, by the atmosphere. Same general area, same timeframe, same atmosphere...

2013-04-15 - Apartment explodes in Indianapolis (Indiana), 2 injured:

2013-04-15 - Shed explodes near Capel (Australia), near the coast:

2013-04-15 - Boat bursts into flame on Lake Conroe in Conroe (Texas):

2013-04-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-80 near Maxwell (Nebraska):

2013-04-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 just outside San Antonio (Texas):

Quote: " Investigators say the driver was taking the Trainer Hale exit when a tire blew out on his 18-wheeler, and that set the trailer on fire."

Note: Or maybe his tires were contaminated by hydrogen sulfide blowing on off the Gulf of Mexico and the brake-friction burned hotter than normal and that caused the fire AND the tire to explode. It'd look the same and there's no way to tell the difference unless the tire survived and they send it in for analysis, and neither one is too likely...

2013-04-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-55/70 in Fairmount (Illinois):

2013-04-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-69 in Riley Township (Michigan):

2013-04-15 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-68 near Hancock (Maryland):

2013-04-15 - Utility truck bursts into flame on Indian Trail Road in coastal Middle Township (New Jersey):

2013-04-15 - Truck bursts into flame while parked outside home in Yuma (Arizona):

Quote: "The most recent incident occurred around 4 a.m. Monday when a vehicle was reported on fire in the 2200 block of West 18th Street. Arriving firefighters found a truck fire that was endangering a residence."

Note: Once again, the wee hours, which is when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any hydrogen sulfide or methane in the atmosphere above closer to the ground. The truck wasn't running but vehicles need not be running to ignite, since hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper (especially 'hot' copper with a current running through it like battery cables), and it's also reactive with rusty iron/steel which can be found on many if not most vehicles...

2013-04-15 - Truck bursts into flame on road in Subu on the island of Borneo:

2013-04-15 - School bus bursts into flame in Undrajavaram (India):

2013-04-15 - Transit bus bursts into flame on Highway 4 in Copperopolis (California), near New Melones Lake:

2013-04-15 - RV bursts into flame on Clearwater Drive in Bullhead City (Arizona), man and dog killed:

2013-04-15 - Camper-van bursts into flame on Shaftsbury Avenue in Keresley (Britain):

2013-04-15 - In separate incidents, three vehicles burst into flame in Greeneville (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2013-04-15 - Race car bursts into flame while parked inside garage in Dalton Township (Michigan):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking lot in La Vernia (Texas), fire spreads, second car destroyed too:

Note: People still park their vehicles next to other vehicles? That's just crrrazy!

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame while parked at hotel in Phoenix (Arizona):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame on the A380 at Ashcombe (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame inside storage building on Piperill Way in Haverhill (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame at Holiday Inn in Concord (New Hampshire):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame on the A380 in South Devon (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame at the Queen Mother Reservoir on Horton Road in Datchet (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame on Langworthy Drive in Brooksville (Florida):

2013-04-15 - Car bursts into flame on Green Acre in Brockworth (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Sleight Lane in Dinder, Wells (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Motorcycle bursts into flame in underground car park at apartments in Forrest (Australia):

Note: Forrest is very near Lake Burley Griffin...

2013-04-15 - Two semi trailers burst into flame while parked in lot in San Marcos suburb of coastal San Diego (California):

2013-04-15 - Vehicle and barn destroyed by massive blaze in Jarvis (Canada):

2013-04-15 - Two barns destroyed by fire on West Portersville Road in Ireland (Indiana):

2013-04-15 - Barn destroyed by fire in Tolleson, west of Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "Firefighters say a loading dock made of heavy timber also is burning."

2013-04-15 - Barn destroyed by fire on Enlow Road near Athens (Ohio):

2013-04-15 - Barn destroyed by fire in Gilbertsville (Montana), a few chicks killed:

2013-04-15 - Barn damaged by fire in Wellandport (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

2013-04-15 - Barn damaged by fire in Salisbury Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Emergency medical personnel were called to the scene to treat a person who was having difficulty breathing."

2013-04-15 - In separate incidents, at least five piles of hay burst into flame in Selby district (Britain) in April, so far:

Note: Hay is a flammable absorbent material and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. There have been a great many hay fires this past year. There have been a great many barn fires too and in at least some of those cases, it is the hay inside them spontaneously combusting. In these Selby hay fires, it sounds like the hay was outside, fully exposed to the atmosphere...

2013-04-15 - City mum on 'suspicious fires' breaking out in Stevens Point (Wisconsin):

Quote: "Both fires started in the garage, Stevens Point Fire Chief Tracey Kujawa said..."

Note: Any vehicles in those garages? Cuz, well, vehicles are bursting into flame everywhere now. And there's not really anything suspicious about that either: hydrogen sulfide finds electrified copper, like battery cables in a car, and fire breaks out. That's simply chemistry, nothing suspicious about it...

2013-04-15 - SEVEN furniture businesses gutted by fire in Bariyarpur (India):

Note: Furniture is made of flammable absorbent materials too. They're blaming this on 'short circuit'. Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. That's why the dozens of utility poles burst into flame in Texas not long ago. That's why all the underground electrical fires lately. That's the cause of many of the non-running vehicle fires. When a little gas hits electrified copper there will be sizzling and sparking. Once a spark lands on flammable absorbent materials that have been contaminated with hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, especially building after building full of such materials, then you get a nigh-unstoppable fire...

2013-04-15 - More than 10 fires hit smalltown Brawley (California) in recent months:

Quote: "Last November, a series of fires began to plague the small California city of Brawley. The first fire gutted a large vacant two-story office building. Soon after that, a furniture store, a woman’s gym, a historic theater, and a restaurant were set on fire. On Easter Sunday, a parking structure and a flower shop were also torched. Next came a 99-cent store, and then, last Tuesday, the A Plus Furniture on Main Street was burned to the ground."

Note: Vacant buildings are more vulnerable to the hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. Two of the fires are furniture stores, and furniture is made of flammable absorbent materials. Parking structure may mean vehicles, and all kinds of vehicles are bursting into flame everywhere. Theater means lights with copper wiring and seats and carpets, absorbent flammable materials. Gym means water and contaminated water may bring hydrogen sulfide into buildings even if they're actually well-insulated from the outside atmosphere. 99-cent shop has surely got plenty of flammable absorbent materials in it. Restaurant has pilot lights. The only one that looks out of place is the flower shop. The hydrogen sulfide and methane problem could easily explain every single one of the other fires. It could explain the flower shop too, via the copper reactivity problem; that's eventually going to be a problem with EVERY building that has electricity...

2013-04-15 - Rubbish bursts into flame on subway tracks in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, transit disrupted:

2013-04-15 - Fire breaks out at Decker Creek Power Station in northeast Austin (Texas), 1 injured:

2013-04-15 - Oil well erupts in flame in Rantoul (Kansas) for second time in last few days:

2013-04-15 - Smoke shop destroyed by blaze in Shreveport (Louisiana):

Note: Tobacco and wood (pipes) are both flammable absorbent materials...

2013-04-15 - Huge fire destroys four businesses at Mayfair Shopping Center in Fresno (California):

Note: One of them was a laundromat, which means pilot lights...

2013-04-15 - Fire rages through 4-story apartment building in coastal Brooklyn (New York), 3 injured, 12 homeless:

2013-04-15 - Vicious blaze rips through home in Sulphur Springs neighborhood in coastal Tampa (Florida), 1 injured, 3 dogs killed:

Note: Sulphur Springs lies along the banks of the Hillsborough River...

2013-04-15 - Deadly fire tears through house in coastal San Jose (California), 1 killed, 1 missing:

2013-04-15 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Cripple Creek neighborhood in Ester (Alaska):

2013-04-15 - Unoccupied home heavily damaged by blaze on River Road in Bucksport (Maine):

Quote: "It’s not that it’s anything suspicious, it’s just we can’t see anything that should have caused it..."

Note: Any copper wiring in the house with a current running through it? (Yes.) Any rusty iron or steel in there? (Probably.) Any flammable absorbent materials in the house? (Yes.) Any pilot lights going on water heaters or dryers or whatnot? (Maybe.) Lots of possible causes for a fire there, but first you have to understand that our atmosphere is being contaminated by methane and hydrogen sulfide. Until they recognize that then they are going to be going from fire to fire being frequently mystified, they're not going to be too great at doing their job, and they're also much more likely to die on the early side...

2013-04-15 - Vacant apartment building burns in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-04-15 - Vacant home burns in Kitchener, Ontario (Canada):

2013-04-15 - Vacant house burns twice in one day in New Castle (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-15 - Vacant home burns in Selma (Alabama):

2013-04-15 - Vacant house destroyed by fire in Schenectady (New York):

2013-04-15 - Vacant home burns in Wooster (Ohio):

2013-04-15 - Vacant house heavily damaged by fire in coastal New Smyrna Beach (Florida):
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-15 - Female elephant, 25, found dead in Coimbatore (India):

Quote: "...there was no external injury mark..."

Note: That's middle-aged for an elephant...

2013-04-15 - Thousands of birds crash out of the sky at Dugway Proving Ground (Utah):

Quote: "As many as 5,000 birds hit the ground, and about a third of them died from the impact."

Note: The official explanation is that the birds thought they were landing on water. If they flew through some methane and/or hydrogen sulfide then they might get disoriented and crash out of the sky too. The only way to know the actual cause would be to test the birds (which they didn't) or to ask the birds (which they can't). Ergo, they're guessing...
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-15 - Man, 22, found dead near train tracks in Pendleton (Oregon):

Note: No injury marks, not hit by train, still had his wallet and cash, so he just dropped dead. Train tracks often run through valleys gouged out of the ground, for fuel efficiency. Valleys are low-lying areas where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate until and unless wind blows it out and onward...

2013-04-15 - Woman, 55, found dead in pond at golf course in Kimberley (Canada):

2013-04-15 - Missing man, 39, found dead at beach in Mattapoisett (Massachusetts):

2013-04-15 - Inmate drops dead in his cell in Riverside County (California):

2013-04-15 - Man, 48, drops dead in public toilet in Ely (Britain):

2013-04-15 - Man found dead in SUV in apartment complex in Moraine (Ohio):

2013-04-15 - Man, 59, found dead in car at rest stop along I-84 near Hermiston (Oregon):

2013-04-15 - Man found dead at Burke Lake Park in Burke (Virginia):

2013-04-15 - Man, 43, found dead outside tavern in Berlin (Wisconsin):

Note: Possible toppler...
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-15 - Small plane crashes near Arusha Airport in Tanzania, 1 killed:

2013-04-15 - Small plane takes off then immediately crashes, at Warren Municipal Airport in Warren (Arkansas), 2 injured:

2013-04-15 - Passenger bus crashes into the Bay of Plenty near Waihi (New Zealand), people heavily moistened, some light injuries:

2013-04-15 - Tractor trailer overturns on Highway 83 in North Platte (Nebraska):

2013-04-15 - Coal truck overturns in Daugherty Township (Pennsylvania), 2 injured:

2013-04-15 - Log truck overturns on Highway 299 in the French Gulch area (California):

2013-04-15 - Asphalt truck overturns on the 405 Freeway near coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-04-15 - Truck overturns on highway in Ghallu (India), 20 injured (6 critically):

2013-04-15 - Patrol car crashes into another vehicle, bursts into flame, on I-5 in coastal San Diego (California), 2 injured:

2013-04-15 - Car and semi collide head-on, on I-70 in Glenwood Springs (Colorado), 3 killed:

2013-04-15 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, on US 30 near Clatskanie (Oregon), 1 killed, 6+ injured:

2013-04-15 - Car slams into home, bursts into flame, in Edmonton (Canada):

2013-04-15 - Car crashes into wooded area, bursts into flame, in Syosset (New York), 1 lightly injured:

2013-04-15 - Car crashes off cliff near Koeƫl Bay (South Africa), 1 killed:
Animal Attacks

2013-04-15 - Korean tourist attacked and killed by shark in Guam:

2013-04-15 - Fire crews in Portland (Oregon) training to handle mass casualty events:

2013-04-15 - Cal Fire predicts hazardous fire season:

2013-04-15 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) infests Lake Forsyth near coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):


  1. at the bottom of the Stevens Point, WI news article:

    "A fire on Saturday night damaged a school bus at the Stevens Point school bus garage was ruled accidental, said assistant Fire Chief Bob Finn. A battery in the bus caught on fire, he said."

    1. Heh, yeah, there are gonna be a lot of 'battery fires'. Who would've expected copper to be such a vulnerability for us, and it's pretty much everywhere.

  2. Quote from this article: Man, 48, drops dead in public toilet in Ely (Britain: "It is not the first time someone has been found dead in the public toilets at Sacrist Gate.

    In February 2010, Justin Baker, a 36-year-old man from Stuntney, was found dead in the toilets after taking a cocktail of drink and drugs."

    I also got some more links from Germany:

    Truck filled with Toilet Paper catches fire on Autobahn.

    Container filled with old tires bursts into flame

    Man, 42, rides his bicycle into river, drowns. No sign of injuries.

    Train catches fire, 200 people got out. Incident happened in the EIFEL Region. (Volcanic, probably much H2S)

    Those are just the few I gathered until I heard about Boston. I kind of got caught up in that developing story. Will post more tomorrow. (I guess ther will be more) :P

  3. thanks for your reports.

    this sure is a unique & sad one:

    "Man, 42, rides his bicycle into river, drowns. No sign of injuries."