Friday, January 10, 2014

Event Update For 2014-01-09

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
2014-01-09 - Mysterious explosion at 3:30 AM shakes homes and rattles residents around coastal Withernsea (Britain):
Quote: "Baffled families were woken by a mysterious loud bang heard across East Yorkshire early this morning. Dozens of people from Hull to Withernsea took to social media after hearing the noise echo through the skies at about 3.30am. Others posted about the sound from as far away as Cleethorpes and Derby. Many believed a thunderclap was to blame but the Met Office said there was no storm in the area at the time."
Note: This area is on a peninsula that juts out into the North Sea. These mysterious explosions are clearly escalating all around the world. These explosions are very likely caused by the detonation of atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes. Sometimes, if they occur high enough in the sky and anyone is around to notice, they are accompanied by a 'flash of light'. Eventually these atmospheric explosions may rival the small nuclear explosion that destroyed Hiroshima, but minus any radiation...

2014-01-09 - Apartment building damaged by explosion and fire in coastal Brooklyn (New York), 19 families homeless:

Quote: "People living inside the five-story building said they smelled gas, then heard a loud explosion."

Note: Which type of gas? Do they mean they smelled the 'rotten egg' odor of mercaptan added to natural gas, or do they mean the 'rotten egg' odor of hydrogen sulfide (probably mixed with methane coming off that huge 2.5 gigaton deposit that's melting off the East Coast)? They probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Either way, here's yet another residential building exploding...

2014-01-09 - Refinery hit by explosion and fire in Cologne (Germany):

2014-01-09 - Gas pump bursts into flame, fire spreads to car, as woman gasses up at gas station in Powhatan (Virginia):

Note: This sounds like the work of the Ghostly Match. A man was critically injured by an explosion and fire as he gassed up at 6:23 AM at a gas station in Danbury (Connecticut), as mentioned in the 2013-12-20 update. A mother and her young son were incinerated at a gas station in Meho (India), as mentioned in the 2013-12-18 update. Many boats have burst into flame and/or exploded while refueling, especially in the past year. I mentioned refueling specifically for a reason. You'll be increasingly likely to get burned while refueling as time goes on and the atmospheric contamination proceeds. You won't see it coming until the Ghostly Match ignites and then it's too late...

2014-01-09 - Transformer bursts into flame on North Washington Street in Chandler (Arizona):

2014-01-09 - Fishing boat bursts into flame at 6:45 AM in Noyo Harbor in Fort Bragg (North Carolina), nobody aboard:

Quote: "Fire Chief Steve Orsi said fire investigators could find no explanation for the blaze, which started on or near a bench in the cabin and wiped out all the radio equipment."

Quote: "'We were out there for a while. We just could not find a good source of heat' that would have sparked flames."

Note: Hydrogen sulfide is reactive with copper, especially electrified copper. All the electronics on this ship were incinerated. So, some hydrogen sulfide probably got in this boat, possibly mixed with methane, some sparking or sizzling occurred near some electrified copper, some sparks landed on the bench and tada, fire. The owner of this boat might still have a boat if he'd disconnected his battery before he left. Another boat just burned the night before, nobody aboard that one either, while docked in coastal Galveston (Texas), as mentioned in the 2014-01-08 update. Same problem...

2014-01-09 - School bus bursts into flame on Mount Zwingli Road in Bremen (Ohio):

2014-01-09 - School bus bursts into flame on road near Marvell (Arkansas):

2014-01-09 - Transit bus bursts into flame in Maplewood (Missouri):

2014-01-09 - Megabus bursts into flame on I-74 in Harrison (Ohio):

Quote: "It was the second tire problem Karin Rochelle had to deal with on a Megabus this trip, 'The first bus was late by 2 ½ hours because of a tire blowout and then today this,' she said. Rochelle says she’s a singer on her way to compete in America’s Got Talent."

Note: A tire ignited and started this fire. That's becoming commonplace, especially with big vehicles. From the full hypothesis: "Massive vehicles such as big RVs, buses, tanker trucks, tractor trailers, dump trucks, and car-haulers will be destroyed by fire in escalating numbers after tires or brakes ignite."

2014-01-09 - Tanker truck bursts into flame on road on the island of Jamaica:

2014-01-09 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on State Highway 71 near Austin (Texas), fire doused with beer:

Note: Fire began in the brakes/tires again...

2014-01-09 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-65 in Robertson County (Tennessee):

2014-01-09 - Tractor bursts into flame while parked in shop, shop destroyed too, in St. Louis (Canada), on Prince Edward Island:

2014-01-09 - Dump truck bursts into flame while parked near building in coastal Severna Park (Maryland):

Note: Address listed is about 1000 feet from the ocean...

2014-01-09 - Dump truck bursts into flame at 4:01 AM while parked in Port Tobacco (Maryland):

2014-01-09 - Heavy truck bursts into flame at wastewater facility construction site in Le Mars (Iowa):

2014-01-09 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on highway in Ngatea (New Zealand), near the coast:

2014-01-09 - Truck bursts into flame on the M181 in Humberside (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Truck/SUV bursts into flame while parked in city maintenance building, building destroyed, in Jackson (Mississippi):

Quote: "The fire broke out about 2:40 p.m. at Jackson's city maintenance shop that authorities told WAPT holds supplies for a woodworking company."

Quote: "McClendon said from where he stood, it appeared that the fire started with a small truck or SUV that was parked inside the building. 'That was the first thing that was on fire, and it went up and it just caught everything else on fire,' he said."

Note: People still park vehicles inside buildings?! Well, that's just insane! Jackson is right next to Ross R. Barnett Reservoir...

2014-01-09 - RV bursts into flame on Glebe Lane in Abberton (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Fire security van bursts into flame on the A429 near Cotswold Airport, near Tetbury (Britain):

Quote: "Fire crews were called to a van on fire on a road in the Cotswolds yesterday – and discovered it was from a local fire security company."

Note: Irony alert!

2014-01-09 - Van bursts into flame at home in Lancaster (Pennsylvania), 1 injured:

2014-01-09 - Van bursts into flame just before midnight while parked in Kokkinotrimithia on the island of Cyprus:

2014-01-09 - Van bursts into flame on the M25 near Westerham (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Van bursts into flame at 7 AM, on Forest Road in Bracknell Britain):

2014-01-09 - Van bursts into flame at Kemble Business Park in Gloucestershire (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in Timmins, Ontario (Canada):

2014-01-09 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-89 in Bolton (Vermont):

2014-01-09 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on street in Alexander City (Alabama):

Note: Alexander City is located on the shore of Lake Martin...

2014-01-09 - Multiple cars burst into flame while parked at auto auction business in San Antonio (Texas):

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Toronto (Canada):

Quote: "Officials have pinpointed the source of the flames to the homeowner’s brand new vehicle. 'He’s got a brand new car and he said he parked in his driveway and his wife looked out the window and saw it on fire,' said neighbor Ron Torterelo."

Quote: "Officials say the home is completely destroyed with damage estimated at $400,000."

Note: Sure are a lot of people losing homes this way...

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame in the wee hours while parked at home in Jacksonville (Illinois):

Note: URL title is missing a word: ASSUMED arson. No witnesses, no surveillance footage, no evidence, no motive, no suspects. Looks just like all the other parked vehicles spontaneously igniting, complete with oblivious cops and utter lack of evidence of people being involved. I'll leave the assumptions to the *cough* professionals...

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on I-89 in Richmond (Vermont):

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on I-74 near Peoria (Illinois):

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on I-240 in East Memphis (Tennessee):

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on Lindsey Street in Attleboro (Massachusetts):

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame, fire spreads to mobile home, in San Benito (Texas):

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on road in Standish (Maine):

Note: Standish is located on the shore of Sebago Lake and is also near the East Coast...

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on road in Makati (Philippine Islands), near the coast:

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame at midnight while parked at hotel in coastal Dover (Britain):

Quote: "Crew manager, Jason Hills, said: 'It was bad. I wouldn't have been happy if it was my car. The car was completely burnt out.'"

Note: Might not wanna be too attached to your own car, Jerry...

2014-01-09 - Car bursts into flame on Bumpers Lane in Chester (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Vehicle and shed destroyed by fire at 12:20 AM in Launceston on the island of Tasmania (Australia):

2014-01-09 - Tractor and barn destroyed by fire near Wargrave (Britain):

Quote: "Crews from Wokingham Road, Dee Road, Wargrave, Maidenhead, Slough and Wokingham were called to the barn - containing hay bales and a tractor - off the A4 between Wargrave Road and Charvil, at 7.15pm after it caught alight."

2014-01-09 - Barn heavily damaged by fire on Englewood Drive in La Plata (Maryland):

2014-01-09 - Barn and farm equipment destroyed by fire near Higbee (Missouri):

2014-01-09 - Barn destroyed by fire at 1:48 AM in Licking County (Ohio), about 50 animals killed:

Quote: "Investigators believe a barn fire that killed dozens of animals early Thursday morning may have been sparked by heat lamps."

Note: Could be, but not necessarily how they're assuming. If some methane and/or hydrogen sulfide infiltrates a barn and meets a heat lamp, the heat from the lamp may ignite the gas(es). If hydrogen sulfide is involved then the copper wiring for the lamp (or any other electrified copper or rusty iron/steel) may cause ignition as well. The wee hours are when the atmosphere cools and contracts, which will push any methane or hydrogen sulfide in the air above closer to the ground, making those hours the most dangerous in terms of fires, explosions and animals and people sickening and/or dropping dead...

2014-01-09 - Barn destroyed by fire in Genesee Township (Michigan), 4 dogs killed:

2014-01-09 - Barn destroyed by fire near Urbana (Maryland):

2014-01-09 - Barn destroyed by fire at 3:50 AM in Washington County (Nebraska):

2014-01-09 - Barn destroyed by fire in Blacksburg (South Carolina):

Note: Blacksburg is just east (downwind) of the Broad River...

2014-01-09 - Battery charger bursts into flame, fire spreads, garage destroyed, in Merrifield (Minnesota):

Note: More electrified copper igniting...

2014-01-09 - Propane tank bursts into flame at construction site in Grand Island (Nebraska), worker injured:

2014-01-09 - Dishwasher bursts into flame at home on Shore Road in coastal Monument Beach (Massachusetts):

2014-01-09 - Church bursts into flame in McKeesport (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2014-01-09 - Saw mill erupts in flame just after 6 AM in Strasburg Township (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2014-01-09 - Maintenance building ravaged by major fire at Stevenson University’s campus in Owings Mills (Maryland):

2014-01-09 - Construction supply business damaged by blaze in Murfreesboro (Tennessee):

2014-01-09 - Strip mall heavily damaged by fire before 1 AM in Fort Worth (Texas):

2014-01-09 - String of 'suspicious' fires in the wee hours hits coastal San Jose (California):

Quote: "'Over the last three days, we’ve had a number of fires in a 5-to-6 block radius,' he said. 'Many have been external fires that have extended into structures.' Van Elgort said many of the fires have been 'suspicious in origin' and have been reported between 2-5 a.m."

2014-01-09 - Massive inferno engulfs warehouse in coastal San Jose (California):

Quote: "The fire quickly reached five alarms -- which occurs at most a handful of times a year -- owing largely to the sheer size of the structure, and upward of 100 firefighters were summoned to try to keep the blaze from spreading. All the while, explosions shook the neighborhood as tanks and transformers were claimed by the flames."

2014-01-09 - Porch bursts into flame at 2:10 AM, fire spreads, home heavily damaged, in coastal San Jose (California):

2014-01-09 - Condo building heavily damaged by blaze in coastal San Jose (California):

Note: Above four events, all in coastal San Jose. I just looked at all the events that have occurred in the last coupla years in San Jose. Infant died, man burned to death in a tent, dolphins washed ashore dead, some homes exploded, lotsa crashes, huge pallet fire, passenger plane engine burst into flame, passenger plane came down with smoke in the cockpit, boats and lotsa cars burning, a massive lumber yard fire, and on and on. If I made a list of all the horrible stuff that's happened just in San Jose, it'd be very scary...

2014-01-09 - Porch bursts into flame, fire spreads, home destroyed, in Spirit Lake (Iowa), several dogs killed:

2014-01-09 - Deck bursts into flame, fire spreads, home destroyed, near Cochrane (Canada):

2014-01-09 - Deck bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, near Wollochet Bay in coastal Gig Harbor (Washington):

2014-01-09 - House damaged by fire in Stonybrook area in coastal Newport News (Virginia), nobody home:,0,6964633.story

2014-01-09 - House for sale destroyed by fire at 2 AM in West Valley City (Utah), near the Great Salt Lake, nobody home:

2014-01-09 - Home destroyed by fire at Lake Swannanoa home on Lakeview Court in Jefferson (New Jersey):

2014-01-09 - Two homes ravaged by huge fire in Bayonne (New Jersey):

Note: Bayonne is so surrounded by water that it is almost an island...

2014-01-09 - House damaged by fire in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana):

Note: Story mentions two other fires that day prior, one at a restaurant and another fire that destroyed three homes...

2014-01-09 - In 'separate' incidents, three residential buildings burn on coastal Staten Island (New York):

Note: First fire was at a home in coastal Port Richmond. Second fire was in coastal Brighton Heights. Third fire was an unoccupied apartment at an apartment building about half a mile from Upper Bay. They say these fires were unrelated. Well, not true. They were definitely related by geography, proximity to the coast, and the atmosphere. I guess fire officials on Staten Island aren't aware of the 2,500,000,000 TONS of highly flammable methane clathrates dissociating (melting) off the coast there. Maybe they'll even wake up BEFORE the East Coast is destroyed by fires and explosions. Or maybe they won't. Time will tell...

2014-01-09 - Historic apartment building destroyed by blaze at 1:30 AM in coastal Betterton (Maryland):

2014-01-09 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 3:30 AM in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), near Lake Michigan, 20 people homeless:

2014-01-09 - Deadly fire rips through mobile home at 2:35 AM near San Marcos (Texas), 2 killed:

2014-01-09 - Two vacant homes go up in flames within 24 hours on Brooks Street in coastal Tampa (Florida):

Note: One was ruled an arson. I dunno what evidence there is to support that; they don't mention actually having any evidence, so it's probably just an assumption based on the home not having gas or electric. And seeing as fire officials are ignorant of the problem we're dealing with, you kinda have to take any arson proclamations with a few thousand grains of salt anyway...

2014-01-09 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Buffalo (New York):

2014-01-09 - Vacant school heavily damaged by blaze at 2:45 AM in DeKalb County (Georgia):

2014-01-09 - Birds drop dead in coastal Mayfield West (Australia):

Quote: "Authorities are scratching for answers following the bizarre deaths of dozens of birds in a Mayfield West garden in the first week of January for the second year running. Staff at GP Training in Frith Street found 14 rainbow lorikeets, two myna birds and a magpie in the centre’s gardens last week. They were confronted with the sight of 27 birds when they returned from last year’s New Year break. None of the birds had obvious injuries."

Quote: "Office of Environment and Heritage spokesman Lawrence Orel agreed the deaths were highly unusual. 'The weather has been quite mild, so I doubt the heat killed them,' he said. 'There’s a number of species involved and it’s not an isolated area, which makes it unusual.'"

Note: Birds are small and have rapid respiration, so they are more vulnerable to poisonous gases than most other creatures, which is the origin of the 'canary in the coal mine' thing. When birds start dropping dead in mines, it's a warning to miners, and miners who ignore that warning end up dead. If we ignore the warning then our fate will be the same...

2014-01-09 - Two men go fishing, go missing, found dead in Lake Lanier near Dawsonville (Georgia):

Quote: "Both men were fully clothed and there were no obvious signs of trauma..."

2014-01-09 - Man, 31, found dead at 3:34 AM in Lake Superior at Brighton Beach in Duluth (Minnesota):

2014-01-09 - Man, 25, found dead in creek in Longview (Texas):

2014-01-09 - Body found in lake in Orlando (Florida):

2014-01-09 - Man found dead in the snow at 5:30 AM in Topeka (Kansas):

2014-01-09 - Man found dead under pickup truck in Fargo (North Dakota):

Quote: "Vettel said it is too early to tell if hypothermia played a role in the man's death, but it is a theory that may account for why the man was found with his pants down. Hypothermia can cause confusion and a victim may feel extremely warm instead of cold."

Note: Once hydrogen sulfide knocks you unconscious, where you are can determine your fate. Fall unconscious in the cold and you will become a corpsicle. Hydrogen sulfide also warms you up, as Jenkem users have noted.

Quote: "They say it keeps them warm and makes them fearless."

Note: Remember the face-eater in Florida, who walked across a causeway on the coast, stripped off his clothes, then jumped a man and ate his face? He probably got a whiff of hydrogen sulfide blowing in off the Gulf of Mexico, got overheated, stripped off his clothes, then turned crazy and cannibalistic from neurological damage, e.g. brain damage. He was indeed fearless, just growled at the cops and kept eating the other guy's face, and it took SIX BULLETS to put him down. He was a normal guy shortly before that and the only drug found in his system was a bit of trace marijuana...

2014-01-09 - Man, 68, found dead near the Leeds-Liverpool canal in Skipton (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Man found dead in hotel room in Coventry (Britain), near the River Sherbourne:

2014-01-09 - Woman in her 20s found dead in hotel room in Lyndhurst (New Jersey), near the coast:

2014-01-09 - Man, 54, found dead at Wingfield Pines Conservation Area (Pennsylvania):

2014-01-09 - Man, 45, found dead in gazebo near his home in Fort Simpson (Canada):

Note: Fort Simpson is located at the confluence of the Liard River and the Mackenzie River...

2014-01-09 - Man, 37, found dead on street in Bethel (Alaska), near the Kuskokwim River:

2014-01-09 - Man, 53, found dead near airport in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

2014-01-09 - Man, 62, found dead along logging road in Whitley County (Kentucky):

2014-01-09 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing in coastal Melbourne (Australia), engine failure:

Quote: "Passengers talk of crew 'preparing for the worst' after Airbus A320 loses power in one engine and returns to Melbourne..."

2014-01-09 - Small plane makes emergency parachute landing in Fort Hall (Idaho):

2014-01-09 - Tanker truck crashes, bursts into flame, explodes, in Bowling Green (Florida), driver killed:

Note: Bowling Green is just east (downwind) of dozens of lakes...

2014-01-09 - Tractor trailer hits train near Raymore (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-01-09 - Tractor trailer veers off road and overturns at 6:30 AM on I-75 in Cobb County (Georgia):

2014-01-09 - Tractor trailer hauling beer overturns on I-84 in Plainview (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2014-01-09 - SUV veers over centerline, hits multiple vehicles head-on, on I-10 in Phoenix (Arizona), several injured:

2014-01-09 - Pickup truck veers over centerline, hits pickup head-on, near Northport (Alabama), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2014-01-09 - Pickup truck crashes into CVS pharmacy in North Andover (Massachusetts), 3 injured:

2014-01-09 - Car hits SUV, bursts into flame, near Tarcutta (Australia), 4 injured:

2014-01-09 - Two cars collide head-on, near coastal Torness (Scotland), 1 killed, 4 injured:

2014-01-09 - Two cars crash, one bursts into flame, in Penn Hills (Pennsylvania):

2014-01-09 - Car veers off road, hits traffic light, bursts into flame, in Beckenham (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Car veers off road, hits tree, bursts into flame, in Sussex County (Virginia), 1 killed:

2014-01-09 - Car veers off road at 5:30 AM, hits pole, overturns, bursts into flame, in Thompson's Station (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2014-01-09 - Vehicle veers over centerline, hits vehicle head-on, in Keene (New Hampshire), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-01-09 - Two vehicles collide head-on, in Cooke County (Texas), 2 killed:

2014-01-09 - Motorcycle slams car, both burst into flame, on I-8 in Mission Valley area of coastal San Diego (California), 1 killed:

2014-01-09 - Unemployment rate drops from 7.0 percent to 6.7 percent:

Quote: "The last time the unemployment rate was below 7 percent was in November 2008, when it stood at 6.8 percent."

Note: So this is the lowest unemployment rate in more than 5 years. The unemployment rate dropped 0.3 the prior month too, so that's a 0.6 percent improvement in just two months. Eventually, once everyone is dead, unemployment will hit 0.0% for the first time in history. Then we can all crack open a bottle of wine and celebra...hey, waitasec!

2014-01-09 - Man attacked and killed by dog at a flat on Valkyrie Road in Westcliff (Britain):

2014-01-09 - Sinkhole opens near two homes in coastal Spring Hill (Florida):

Quote: "A sinkhole opened between two homes on Lynnhaven Road in Spring Hill on Thursday and crews were working to fill it back in. The sinkhole was about 40 feet in diameter and 15 to 20 feet deep..."

2014-01-09 - Sinkhole opens on road in Ocala (Florida):

Quote: "They report the hole is about 40 feet deep and a crew is on scene fixing it right now."

2014-01-09 - Sinkhole opens on street, school bus damaged, in Columbia (South Carolina), near Lake Murray:

2014-01-09 - US retail sales of gasoline by refiners plummets DRASTICALLY since 2006:

Note: Wow. From a peak of around 60 million gallons per day in 2006 to less than 24 million gallons per day in November 2013. Why have people really really cut back on buying gasoline? Maybe the human die-off is already more pervasive than I thought; dead people don't buy stuff, including gasoline. Maybe a little bit of the decline is due to rising fuel efficiency, but that wouldn't even come remotely close to explaining a drop like this...

2014-01-09 - Baltic Dry Index collapses, worst start to a year in 30 years:

Note: Another sign of collapsing demand for goods and materials. Where's the demand going? It might be disappearing because living people are becoming dead people and dead people don't want anything. As Earth's human population dies off, deflation is inevitable, since there will be fewer and fewer people buying goods and services...

2014-01-09 - Chemical leaks into the Elk River in West Virginia, major disaster, 100,000+ people told not to use water:

Quote: "Laura Jordan says there is no way to treat the water. The company still doesn't have a timetable for when the water will be safe to use. Jordan says this is isolated and the chemical shouldn't move to other areas. Meanwhile, emergency responders are expected to meet about 6 a.m. Friday to discuss the situation and come up with a plan to distribute water to affected customers. Governor Earl Ray Tomblin announced early Friday morning that the White House has approved a federal emergency declaration to assist with the emergency water situation in nine West Virginia counties. The state of emergency includes West Virginia American Water customers in Kanawha, Cabell, Boone, Putnam, Lincoln, Logan, Clay, Roane and Jackson counties."

Note: Bottled water sold out immediately at stores. FEMA sending fleet of water tanker trucks to help...

2014-01-09 - Cargo ship launched toward International Space Station:

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