Friday, April 19, 2013

Event Update For 2013-04-18

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: Animal Die-Offs
2013-04-18 - Fish and other animals dying on the New River in coastal Belize:
Quote: "One week ago, hundreds of dead fish started showing up dead along the banks of the New River in Orange Walk..."
Quote: "CTV-3 in Orange Walk reports that they also found a dead crocodile, and saw signs that birds, iguanas and Spider Monkeys are also affected."
Note: So some hydrogen sulfide settles down on the river and kills not just some fish as some gas dissolves into the water (it is water-soluble), but also other species NEAR the water, like birds, lizards and monkeys. This is not dissimilar to that mass mortality event that just hit a village in China and killed pigs, cats, rats, birds, hedgehogs and more, as mentioned in the 2013-04-16 update. Hydrogen sulfide is poisonous to ALL oxygen-breathing creatures...

Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-04-18 - Underground fire erupts at Time Warner Cable building in Pittsfield (Massachusetts), 16,000 customers lose service:

Note: Basically the same as all the underground electrical fires that have been happening, especially recently. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and it is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. Obviously cable companies have lots of underground copper-using electrical equipment just like power companies do, so they'll have problems with underground fires and explosions too and the problems will get worse as the oceans, seas and lakes continue to belch hydrogen sulfide into the atmosphere. So not only will most of us die from fires, explosions and poison gas, we might have to do a lot of our dying in the dark and WITHOUT TV. Booo!

2013-04-18 - Unoccupied vehicle wash bay explodes and burns at water treatment plant in Oakland (Kansas):

Quote: "The explosion happened in a bay where vehicles are washed. It is used every day and vehicles are parked inside there at night, a plant employee said, adding they arrived to the building and saw flames 3 feet high coming from the sewer."

Note: Sounds like it may have been another underground explosion and fire there. Also, hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out low-lying areas like sewers and basements and underground electrical facilities. It is also a water-soluble gas and may infiltrate buildings via contaminated water then evaporate out and explode/burn, so even if you have a building 100% sealed from the atmosphere, you have to watch your water supply too...

2013-04-18 - Boat bursts into flame at Golden Beach (Australia):

2013-04-18 - Crane truck bursts into flame near I-70 in Bowling Green Township (Ohio):

2013-04-18 - School bus bursts into flame in Hanover (Indiana), near the Ohio River:

2013-04-18 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on the New York State Thruway (New York), towed car also burns:

2013-04-18 - Transit bus bursts into flame in Louisville (Kentucky):

2013-04-18 - Transit bus bursts into flame in Yeshwantpur (India):

2013-04-18 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on highway in Pancevo (Serbia):

2013-04-18 - Water tanker truck bursts into flame near Durango (Colorado):

2013-04-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-44 near Phillipsburg (Missouri):,0,383096.story,0,1907430.photogallery

2013-04-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-270 in Columbus (Ohio):

2013-04-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 25 near Travelers Rest (South Carolina):

2013-04-18 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 26 near Government Camp (Oregon):

Note: A tire blew out and fire erupted. That's the brake-friction and absorbency problem again. Tire rubber and maybe brake pads are absorbing hydrogen sulfide. Then when brakes are applied, the brake-friction burns hotter than normal (since hydrogen sulfide burns very hot) and then bad stuff can happen: tires ignite or explode, brakes burn out or ignite, fluid lines rupture, the entire vehicle goes up in flames, or all of the above. This tractor trailer was totally destroyed...

2013-04-18 - Beer truck bursts into flame at store in Albany (Georgia):

2013-04-18 - Cherry-picker vehicle bursts into flame at marina in coastal Brighton (Britain), 1 injured:

2013-04-18 - RV bursts into flame on Lailani Drive near Charleston and Hollywood in Las Vegas (Nevada), 1 lightly injured:

2013-04-18 - RV bursts into flame in South Ockendon (Britain), near the River Thames, fire spreads to nearby bungalow:

Quote: "The fire broke out in the mobile caravan and quickly spread to the nearby bungalow."

2013-04-18 - Camper-van bursts into flame while parked at home in coastal Inverkip (Scotland), fire spreads, home destroyed too:

Note: Well, seeing as people insist on parking their vehicles near their homes, and homes keep getting destroyed as a consequence, might as well look at the positive: all the homes getting destroyed should give a boost to the construction industry. Yay?

2013-04-18 - Van bursts into flame while parked at auto shop in Rochester (New York), fire damages building too:

2013-04-18 - Van bursts into flame at school bus yard in Savannah (Georgia):

2013-04-18 - SUV bursts into flame near car wash in Indio (California):

Quote: "A man reportedly was entering his code into the car wash, when he heard a popping noise, moments later his engine compartment erupted in flames."

Note: There's that popping sound again. That's either small gas plumes igniting, or it's the crackling-sizzling of hydrogen sulfide reacting with electrified copper, like battery cables. Looks like that's where this fire began too...

2013-04-18 - SUV bursts into flame at intersection in Henrietta (Texas):

2013-04-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Milford Mill Road in Milford Mill (Maryland):

Note: I highlight the word 'mill' because mills are virtually always built near bodies of flowing water, to provide free energy for millwork, and bodies of water are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate when the wind isn't blowing it onward and from where any gas that has accumulated will blow when the wind picks up...

2013-04-18 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on highway in Alpine (California):

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked at Globe Fire Sprinkler in Standish (Michigan):,96932

Note: Well, that's ironic. I guess they need a new product line: OUTDOOR fire sprinkler systems...

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked at university in Marion (Indiana):

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame on the Tryon Street Bridge on the Brookshire Freeway in Charlotte (North Carolina):

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame on Duke Street in Ipswich (Britain):

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame on US 27 near Rome (Georgia):

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside auto shop in Victorville (California):

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame on Jasmine Road in Kettering (Britain), fire spreads to two garages:

2013-04-18 - Car bursts into flame on Martin Luther King Boulevard in Trenton (New Jersey):

2013-04-18 - Motorcycle shop destroyed by blaze in Hazleton (Pennsylvania):

2013-04-18 - Several vehicles and auto business destroyed by fire on Rice Lake Road in Duluth (Minnesota), near Lake Superior:

2013-04-18 - Van and furniture workshop destroyed by fire in Walsall (Britain):

Note: More furniture going up in flames. Furniture is made of absorbent materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, straw, hay, paper, carboard, generic trash, fabric, cotton, wool, etc.

2013-04-18 - Car and mobile home destroyed by fire in coastal Oxnard (California):

2013-04-18 - Gas station and two tanker trucks destroyed by fire in Bulawayo (Zimbabwe):

2013-04-18 - Major fire rips through auto salvage yard in North Providence (Rhode Island), 1 injured:

Quote: "Officials believe the fire may have started from a spark in a car."

Note: North Providence is the smallest town by area in the smallest state. Not that that has much to do with anything, just an interesting fact I stumbled upon...

2013-04-18 - Barn and 100 tons of straw and hay destroyed by huge blaze in Polsham (Britain):

2013-04-18 - Barn and home destroyed by fire in Shapleigh (Maine):

Note: The fire started with the barn then spread and destroyed the home too...

2013-04-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Bellbrook (Ohio):

2013-04-18 - Barn destroyed by fire in Spallumcheen (Canada):

2013-04-18 - Barn damaged by fire in Westford (Vermont):

Quote: "They ran hoses to a nearby pond for a ready source to pour water on the flames..."

2013-04-18 - Barn damaged by fire in Franklin (Ohio), body found inside:

2013-04-18 - Pigeon loft destroyed by fire in Big Beaver (Pennsylvania), most birds killed:

Quote: "'I've raise pigeons longer than I've been married,' Nugent said. 'And, we just celebrated our 50th anniversary on Saturday.'"

2013-04-18 - Straw bursts into flame inside barn in Langleybury (Britain):

2013-04-18 - Machine bursts into flame at the Riverworks General Electric plant in coastal Lynn (Massachusetts):

2013-04-18 - Fabric company destroyed by fire in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2013-04-18 - Heaps of mulch burst into flame near Camarillo Airport (California), 10 miles from the West Coast:

2013-04-18 - Recylable materials burst into flame outside recycling facility in Las Vegas (Nevada):

Quote: "They were working to prevent the fire from spreading throughout the recycled boxes, papers and plastics at the facility..."

Quote: "The department said crews have been to this building at least three times in less than a year to respond to a fire call."

Note: Straw, fabric, mulch and recyclables are all absorbent flammable materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Also, they're gonna keep getting fires at this place, and other places like it, because putting out the fire didn't do anything to stop the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem...

2013-04-18 - Two grass fires break out in 2 days at closed golf course in Pahrump (Nevada):

Note: Dried grass and brush and dead trees are al flammable absorbent materials...

2013-04-18 - Garage destroyed by fire, home heavily damaged, near Lake Placid (New York):

2013-04-18 - Basement fire heavily damages home in coastal Kittery (Maine):

Note: Because hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas, it will tend to accumulate in basements once the gas infiltrates a home. That's also where electrical panels and water heaters are usually located and either one may provide an ignition source...

2013-04-18 - Vacant house burns in Lawton (Oklahoma):

2013-04-18 - Vacant home burns in Fort Dodge (Iowa):

2013-04-18 - Vacant house burns in Cicero (New York):

2013-04-18 - Vacant apartments burn in Latrobe (Pennsylvania), restaurant damaged too:
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-04-18 - Fourteen Bornean elephants killed by 'unidentified toxin' on the island of Borneo:

2013-04-18 - Large number of fish seen dead at Shellmouth Reservoir (Canada):

2013-04-18 - Fish reported dying at Simpson Park Lake in St. Louis County (Missouri):

2013-04-18 - Fish found dead at Hayagriv Madhab Mandir pond in Hajo (India):

2013-04-18 - Family of three, 60, 32 and 4, found dead in home in Amebdkar Nagar district (India):

Quote: "Prima facie it appears that the three died due to poisoning..."

Note: Sure, I'll buy that. Some poisonous hydrogen sulfide blows in through an open window and poof, three generations of a family flop over dead...
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-04-18 - Two men go fishing at Long Pond on Mount Desert Island (Maine), 1 found dead, 1 missing:

Note: They found the empty capsized 'ghost boat' first. They'll find the second guy dead eventually...

2013-04-18 - Two children found dead in coastal Sydney (Australia), separate incidents:

Note: First incident, 11-month-old found dead with head in bucket of water. Second incident, boy 18 months old found dead in swimming pool...

2013-04-18 - Man found dead in the Grand River in Grand Haven (Michigan):

2013-04-18 - Air Force major goes scuba diving in Florida, goes missing, next seen dead in water near Miami (Florida):

2013-04-18 - Missing student, 19, found dead in the High Island Reservoir in coastal Sai Kung (Hong Kong):

2013-04-18 - Missing man, 65, found dead on the shoreline of the Moray Firth (Scotland):

2013-04-18 - Missing man, 48, found dead in pond in his property in Jerseyville (Illinois):

2013-04-18 - Body found on the shoreline at Black's Beach in coastal La Jolla (California):

2013-04-18 - Body found in the Salt Creek at Graue Mill in Oak Brook (Illinois):

2013-04-18 - Body found on the western bank of the Ohio River in Pennsylvania:

2013-04-18 - Body found in the Etowah River near Kingston (Georgia):
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-04-18 - Small plane crashes near Bald Mountain in the Pine Nuts northeast of Double Spring Flat (Nevada), 2 killed:

Note: This was the small plane that went missing after leaving Las Vegas, as mentioned in the 2013-04-17 update...

2013-04-18 - Small plane lands without landing gear in coastal St. Petersburg (Florida), landing gear problem:

2013-04-18 - Another cruise ship loses power - briefly this time - near Port Canaveral (Florida):

2013-04-18 - Three tractor trailers collide, two burst into flame, on Highway 27 near Lake Wales (Florida), 1 injured:

2013-04-18 - Tractor trailer overturns, bursts into flame, on US 26 near Welches (Oregon):

2013-04-18 - Truck veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, at Riddells Creek (Australia), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2013-04-18 - Two pickup trucks collide head-on, near Midale (Canada), 2 killed, 1 injured:

2013-04-18 - Pickup truck towing camper overturns on I-75 in coastal Charlotte County (Florida), near the Gulf Coast:

2013-04-18 - Four cars crash, burst into flame, on the New Jersey Turnpike near the Newark Bay Bridge (New Jersey), 1 injured:

2013-04-18 - Car veers over centerline, hits semi head-on, in Clinton County (Iowa), 1 killed:

2013-04-18 - Car crashes into Beaver Brook in Londonderry (New Hampshire), 1 injured:

Quote: "The initial investigation indicated that Donofrio suffered a medical issue causing her to lose control of her car, hit a guardrail and flip over the embankment, landing in the middle of the brook."

Note: She was saved by some Good Samaritans. This is what I've been saying about all the corpses showing up in submerged vehicles. One whiff of hydrogen sulfide can knock you unconscious (or even dead) and then you can crash into a waterway and drown if you aren't already dead. Had people not saved her, she would have been listed in the corpses section...
Animal Attacks

2013-04-18 - Dog rushes up and bites four-year-old boy in the face in front yard at home in Hyde Park (Utah):

2013-04-18 - Dog attacks and injures man and his dog in Granity City (Illinois), near the Mississippi River, shot dead by cops:

Quote: "When the witness tried to help, the dog turned toward the second man who struck the attacking dog with a brick and a broken piece of asphalt to no avail."

Quote: "When the pit bull lunged towards the officers one shot was fired and the dog retreated for a moment, only to take a second chance at the officers who were forced to shoot a second time, fatally injuring the animal."

Note: It took six bullets to put down the face-eater in Florida too. Might have been a neuro-zombie dog here, with superhuman (supercanine?) durability. It won't just be humans that get their brains fried by neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide, but animals too. Dogs are probably more vulnerable since they sniff along the ground more than people do, and hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas...

2013-04-18 - Bees swarm and kill dog, injure owner, at home in West Park (Florida), 2 miles from the coast:,0,6113307.story

2013-04-18 - Shark bites and injures 9-year-old boy in coastal Delray Beach (Florida):

2013-04-18 - HazMat event at school for girls in Takhar province (Afghanistan), 12 girls sickened:

Quote: "Over a dozen students of a girl school were mysteriously poisoned in Takhar province..."

2013-04-18 - Massive hot water geyser erupts in parking lot in Smolensk (Russia):


  1. Update from Germany, Austria, Switzerland
    These are all dated April 18th-19th.

    Part 1

    Barn next to a RIVER burns to the ground in Heek, Germany. Cause of fire unknown.
    +52° 6' 24.37", +7° 6' 40.12"

    Truck bursts into flame on Autobahn in Austria. Completely burned down. Explosion heard "like from a gas cooker". Hmm.
    +48° 8' 25.56", +15° 58' 54.00"

    Shack and car catch fire near to a large dam in Markvippach, Germany. Cause unknown.
    +51° 4' 40.88", +11° 10' 32.42"

    Hous in COASTAL Harburg burns to the ground. Residents saved. Cause unknown.
    +53° 16' 38.38", +9° 43' 17.29"

    Fire in a brewery in Irlbach, Germany. Neighbors were asked to keep windows shut due to dangerous gas emmissions. RIVER Danube (Donau) close by.
    +48° 50' 18.33", +12° 45' 23.93"

    Fire on a Yacht in the NORDSEE (North Sea) near Heiligenhafen. No reason for fire mentioned.[tt_news]=7069&cHash=bf6926fb9a38340e6e96f051a237b1d8

  2. Part 2

    Big House burns in Niederlautenbach. 3rd fire in little Niederlautenbach in 7 weeks.
    RIVER DONAU and many LAKES in the area.
    +48° 38' 3.17", +11° 38' 37.56";art600,2745541

    Smouldering fire in flat in Munich, next to RIVER Isar. Cause is said to be an imploding TV Set.
    +48° 5' 57.66", +11° 33' 55.54"

    Fire in a Building in Lennestadt near a RIVER. The fire started in the SAUNA.
    +51° 7' 22.52", +8° 3' 57.59"

    4 Fires in one day in Essen's north part of town. RIVERS to the north and south. Hall of MATRASSES, CAR, recyled PAPER container and hedge. police suspect arson.
    +51° 29' 32.23", +6° 59' 46.69"

    House on fire in Dörverden. RIVER and CANAL next to town.
    +52° 50' 37.26", +9° 13' 13.56"

    Farm goes up in flames. 500.000 € damage. All 150 animals saved. Fire started by a techical fault in the solar panels. RIVER INN nearby.
    +48° 13' 2.06", +12° 36' 0.94"

    Fire in a workshop ind Delitzch. Basically surrounded by LAKES. Police suspect arson because "a CAR was BURNING on the same day, too"...
    +51° 31' 42.23", +12° 19' 52.87"

    Big Fire at Waste Disposal Firm in Reckenfeld. Cause unknown. LaKE nearby.
    +52° 7' 45.00", +7° 32' 28.42";art967,1975480

    Two Barns in flames in Mitterteich. Many LAKES surrounding the town. Investigators don't suspect arson. "no indications".
    +49° 56' 48.49", +12° 14' 29.25"

    Fire in chemistry room in school. fire supposedly startet in a trash can. No one was in the room at the time. "We all wonder how this could have happened" said the chemistry teacher. RIVER Aa 300m away from school.
    +51° 50' 35.93", +6° 36' 45.43",-Brand-im-Chemieraum-der-Albert-Schweitzer-Realschule-_arid,213261.html

    1500 m² of plastic trash burst into flame in Vogelsdorf. This area is known as Mecklenburgische Seenplatte, look here: +52° 30' 44.48", +13° 45' 23.66"

    1. Thank you very very much for your contributions! I guess it pays to know what's going on in your own area anyway, and hopefully this will help wake up some German and Austrian people! I started getting more traffic from Germany when you started posting your updates - I think they're searching in German, so now that there IS some German here, they're finding their way here. I hope they understand enough. I don't know how well that 'Translate' thing on the right really works, but it was the best I could do.

    2. You're very welcome! And a big Thank You to you, too! I love your cynic remarks you build in from time to time. I guess that's a good way to deal with this situation. Makes me laugh at least :P

      Everytime I see news from high-lying areas like Austria or Switzerland I wonder if it's post-worthy. Should I maybe only focus on low-lying and/or coastal areas? Well, for starters I pick only those which have some kind of body of water in proximity. And next time I'll include the german headlines, too, so you get more clicks ;)

    3. In a sense, 'low-lying area' doesn't really have much to do with absolute elevation in regards to sea level, but in relation to the surrounding areas. So a valley is a valley, whether it's 10,000 feet above sea level in Switzerland or down near the shores of the Danube. Hydrogen sulfide will blow up over the mountains in Switzerland then when the wind stops it will settle and if there's a valley or a ravine or a lake there, that's where it will tend to end up, and they'll have the same problems. Maybe not AS bad, but it'll still be there. So no need to ignore them, especially if there's a body of water nearby. The reason the water is there is the same reason hydrogen sulfide will be there too sometimes.

      And I'm glad I can make you laugh a bit here and there! I wasn't sure my sense of humor was getting through very well. Whew, I'm glad to know it is. I'm not totally a Debbie Downer, not even in a situation like this!

  3. Part 3

    20 yo Truck inside a barn catches fire in Bichishausen. Next to RIVER.
    +48° 19' 57.47", +9° 30' 3.34";art1180774,1957272

    House on fire in Kapfenberg, Austria. RIVER nearby. 9 Injured.
    +47° 26' 54.73", +15° 16' 51.49"

    Restaurant on fire in Lottstetten, next to a RIVER. damage in the millions. "explosion-like"
    +47° 37' 37.79", +8° 34' 18.85";art372613,6021872

    Fire in House in Soest. Cause of the fire was a defective power supply line in the basement..
    +51° 33' 24.08", +8° 5' 17.01"

    Two fires in on night in MerchWEILER, RIVER nearby. carport containing 30yo car and a garden shack were burning. both fires started in the wee hours. (I learned that term here, thanks jonny :)
    +49° 21' 25.19", +7° 3' 12.17";art27857,4748868

    Boathouse in Zug, Switzerland bursts into flame. Boats saved.
    +47° 10' 4.84", +8° 30' 51.18"

    Woman, 78, floats unconciously in a LAKE, is driven to hospital, but dies there.
    +47° 54' 22.38", +11° 18' 39.59"

    Man, 49, floats dead in RIVER Elbe in Rothenburgsort. No sign of third party negligence.
    +53° 32' 0.87", +10° 1' 11.34"

    Man, 26, drowns while retrieving a ball out of RIVER Aare in Nidau, Switzerland.
    +47° 7' 0.73", +7° 16' 8.81"

    Male Body, 85, found near Neusiedl am SEE (lake), Austria.
    +47° 56' 15.03", +16° 50' 10.23"

    Many dead foxes found in hunting areas around Schlangen-Kohlstädt. Small LAKE in the area.
    Foxes show no signs of injuries or diseases. Authorities "can't rule out" Virus infection temper.
    +51° 49' 28.89", +8° 51' 6.50"

    Now I'm gonna have a look at your post.