Monday, April 1, 2013

Event Update For 2013-03-31

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: Multiple Corpses
2013-03-31 - Two inmates, 41 and 47, suddenly die in same cell at jail in coastal Silverwater (Australia):
Quote: "An Ambulance Services of NSW source said it was a call out for a 'cardiac or respiratory arrest' as the medical conditions of both the deceased."
Note: Yeah, and what are the odds of two guys having those same symptoms at the same time in the same place and it NOT be something environmental that caused it?
Prediction A - More Fires and Explosions, Especially Coastal

2013-03-31 - Mysterious explosion shakes homes and rattles residents near Stow (Ohio), near the Cuyahoga River:

Note: These mysterious neighborhood-shaking explosions are very likely caused by atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and/or methane plumes finding an ignition source and detonating. These are a relatively new-ish occurrence around the world, ramping up over the last year or two. Well, that makes sense. The oceans and seas and lakes didn't used to gush methane and hydrogen sulfide into the atmosphere, but now they are. As that process continues and escalates, the gases will increasingly contaminate the atmosphere, becoming more concentrated and thus more explosive over time...

2013-03-31 - Explosion hits coal mine in northeast China, 6 killed:

Note: And just a few days prior, a methane explosion in a coal mine killed 28 people there...

2013-03-31 - Explosion and fire hits eatery at the Peninsula Plaza in coastal Singapore, plaza evacuated, 1 injured:

2013-03-31 - Mammoth brush fire burns 20,000 acres (so far) in coastal Big Cypress National Preserve (Florida):

Note: Once again, on Florida's Gulf Coast, downwind of the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, which are surely pluming deadly flammable hydrogen sulfide...

2013-03-31 - Wildfire rekindles near coastal St. Lucie (Florida), homes threatened:

2013-03-31 - Forest fire erupts near Martinborough (New Zealand), near the coast:

2013-03-31 - Cargo ship explodes and burns off the coast of Denmark, near Lyo Island, injuries reported:

2013-03-31 - Cargo ship bursts into flame in the Gulf of Aden:

2013-03-31 - Seven tractors and car destroyed by blaze in large barn in Shropshire (Britain):

Quote: "We believe the fire started in a car which was being stored in the barn."

Note: That's why I recommend you don't park your vehicle next to other vehicles or next to your home: doing so potentially magnifies the loss when fire breaks out. If their vehicles had been separated in this case then they'd still be without the car, but they'd have the seven tractors. Instead, the loss was huge. If I had to guess, since I began warning people of this danger, billions of dollars in losses have occurred - that were avoidable - because the warning went unheard or unheeded. That's right, BILLIONS of dollars in preventable losses. Ah well, not much I can do but warn and hope some people hear and some misery is prevented...

2013-03-31 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on I-80 near coastal Vallejo (California):

2013-03-31 - Transit bus bursts into flame in Kamudhakudi (India):

2013-03-31 - Two trucks burst into flame while parked on Bonehurst Road in Horley (Britain):

2013-03-31 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home in Omaha (Nebraska), fire spreads to garage, other vehicles:

2013-03-31 - Car bursts into flame on I-91 near Irasburg (Vermont), near Lake Parker and Crystal Lake:

2013-03-31 - Car bursts into flame on I-15 in Salt Lake City (Utah):

Note: Actually, what happened was, some newspaper in the back seat spontaneously combusted and the fire spread and destroyed the car. Paper is an absorbent flammable material and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including wood, paper, cardboard, clothing, straw, hay, generic trash, mulch, dried brush and grass, dead trees, etc. I realized paper was going to be a problem quite a while ago when two different mail trucks burst into flame on different roads and just minutes apart, in Big Chimney (West Virginia), as mentioned in the 2012-07-23 update. They got their mail from the same distribution center, and the mail was contaminated, and once they set out on their delivery routes, the contaminated mail burst into flame. There've been quite a number of mail truck fires in the last year, as one would expect...

2013-03-31 - Car bursts into flame while parked at shopping center in Upper Providence (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "The owner of the Volvo, a Philadelphia man who was later located, was shopping in the area and away from his car when the fire started, police said. No one else was in or near the car."

Note: In other words, it was a non-running car that spontaneously combusted. That's been happening with increasing frequency over the last year and sometimes the results are devastating, like when a car in a garage bursts into flame and the fire destroys the home too, or when one bus bursts into flame and burns 29 more parked near it, or when a vehicle in a storage facility bursts into flame and destroys nearly 200 boats, RVs and collector cars, or when a boat bursts into flame at a dock and the fire destroys 57 more boats nearby. All of those events have happened, recently, and many more too. This is likely caused by hydrogen sulfide's reactivity with copper, especially 'hot' copper with a charge going through it, like the battery cables and wiring in vehicles...

2013-03-31 - Car bursts into flame in Triq tal-Providenza, Siggiewi on the island of Malta:

2013-03-31 - Car bursts into flame on the F3 Freeway near coastal Sydney (Australia):

2013-03-31 - Car bursts into flame while person works on it, on Spring Lake Road, in Southington (Connecticut):

Note: Also mentioned, separate event, car smashes into a home...

2013-03-31 - Fire breaks out at car rental business in Alexandria (Virginia), near the Potomac River:

2013-03-31 - Barn destroyed by fire on Gooding Road in Milan (Michigan):

2013-03-31 - Farm outbuilding and pile of wood destroyed by fire in Meridian (Idaho):

Quote: "When crews arrived, they found an outbuilding and debris, including wood piled up next to the building, on fire."

Note: Wood is a flammable absorbent material and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting. Such materials include wood, paper, cardboard, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool, hay, straw, etc.

2013-03-31 - Blaze erupts at recycling center in Toledo (Ohio):

2013-03-31 - 800 tons of recycling material bursts into flame at recycling center in Cambridgeshire (Britain):

Note: Recycling centers and landfills have been burning up at a good clip this past year. Their vulnerability to the atmospheric problem asaulting us is that the materials they recycle frequently include lots of absorbent flammable materials and all such materials are absorbing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane and spontaneously combusting, including paper, cardboard, wood, generic trash, clothing, etc.

2013-03-31 - Pile of debris bursts into flame at recycling facility in Rocky Mount (North Carolina):

Quote: "Rocky Mount Fire Department Battalion Chief Jamie Vaughan said an outside pile of debris caught on fire..."

Note: Ayup, like I was just sayin'. And outside, fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide and/or methane blowing through...

2013-03-31 - Garage-themed restaurant heavily damaged by fire in Clinton (Illinois):

2013-03-31 - Apartment building damaged by blaze in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2013-03-31 - Major fire tears through apartment building in coastal New Orleans (Louisiana), 8 people homeless:

2013-03-31 - Pile of debris bursts into flame outside home in Salt Lake City (Utah), fire spreads to home:

2013-03-31 - Garbage cart bursts into flame in Milwaukee (Wisconsin), fire spreads to vacant building:

2013-03-31 - Many vacant buildings have burned multiple times since 2008 in Flint (Michigan), near the Flint River:

Quote: "In all, 416 structures caught fire multiple times during the period."

Note: Well, as I've said before, vacant structures are inherently more vulnerable to the atmospheric hydrogen sulfide and methane problem. And putting out a fire doesn't make them less vulnerable, so they will burn again and again until eventually there is nothing left that CAN burn. The same is true of all homes, but vacant homes will burn first and hardest, as they have been. Once they're mostly gone then the fires will be destroying more occupied homes. Eventually it appears that everything that can burn - home, vehicle or otherwise - is going to burn. That is why living human beings are going to evacuate the surface of the Earth, voluntarily by relocating to safer habitats, or involuntarily, by dying from fires, explosions and poisonous hydrogen sulfide. The only question is how many people will be in each of those two catageories...

2013-03-31 - Another vacant building burns on the Eastern Shore in Virginia, 77th since mid-November:

2013-03-31 - Vacant school burns in Bideford (Britain):

2013-03-31 - Vacant car dealership burns on Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs (California):

2013-03-31 - Vacant glass plant heavily damaged by fire near Lancaster (Pennsylvania):

2013-03-31 - Vacant home burns on Metcalfe Street in Buffalo (New York):

2013-03-31 - Vacant house burns on Barons Street in Rochester (New York):

2013-03-31 - Vacant home damaged by basement fire in Camas (Oregon), near the Middle Fork Coquille River:

Note: Basements (and underground areas, as with all the underground fires and explosions lately in cities and towns all over) are where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will tend to accumulate...

2013-03-31 - Vacant house burns in Joliet (Illinois):

2013-03-31 - Vacant log cabin church destroyed by fire at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (South Dakota):

Quote: "McClure said there was no electricity in the building, which is known locally as the Red Church near the Potato Creek housing area."

2013-03-31 - Vacant home burns in Beaverton (Oregon):

2013-03-31 - Vacant house burns in Plymouth (Connecticut), one block from Pratt Pond:

2013-03-31 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Belton (Texas):
Prediction B - More Animal Die-Offs

2013-03-31 - Spike in marine mammal strandings documented along coasts in Louisiana and Mississippi:

Quote: ""We have been advised not to discuss our findings or any results from our necropsies or analysis..."

Note: Ostensibly, they're not supposed to discuss their findings because of BP-related litigation. That's probably ONE reason. The other is that some of these dead mammals are probably showing serious damage to their eyes, internal organs, possibly tears in their skin, from exposure to high levels of hydrogen sulfide emanating from the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, and if people knew that then people downwind (like in Florida) might start to scrutinize all the mysterious deaths occurring in Florida, especially along the Gulf Coast, and eventually someone would put 2 and 2 together...
Prediction D - More Corpses In Low-Lying Areas

2013-03-31 - Three men found dead in vehicle in ditch near Sissonville (West Virginia):

2013-03-31 - Man, 66, suddenly sickens, falls unconscious and dies on passenger plane, plane diverts to the island of Malta:

2013-03-31 - Man, 57, dies while driving car, then crashes, in coastal Hong Kong (China):

2013-03-31 - Man found dead in Kinder Lake in Houston (Texas):

2013-03-31 - Missing mother found dead in her car in Brownsburg (Indiana):

2013-03-31 - Woman found dead in the sea off the Isle of Wight (Britain):

2013-03-31 - Man, 25, falls off boat, never resurfaces, next seen dead in Lake Havasu (Arizona):

2013-03-31 - Yet another college student, 21, found dead in dorm at Columbia University in coastal New York City (New York):

2013-03-31 - Missing skier, 23, found dead in creek near resort at Mount Hood (Oregon):

2013-03-31 - Toddler, 3, found dead at home in Brisbane (Australia), near the Brisbane River:

2013-03-31 - Missing man, 45, found dead in backyard in Timmins (Canada):

2013-03-31 - Man found dead in alley in Pico Rivera (California), near the coast:
Prediction E - More Unusual Vehicular Accidents

2013-03-31 - Fighter jet crashes on beach in coastal Rongcheng (China), 2 killed:

2013-03-31 - Small plane crashes and burns in Winston-Salem (North Carolina), 2 killed:

2013-03-31 - Small plane crashes in field near Centennial (Colorado), 1 killed:

2013-03-31 - Small plane crashes in yard at home near coastal Vancouver (Canada):

2013-03-31 - Small plane crashes in field near Kisbey, Saskatchewan (Canada), 1 injured, several bruised:

2013-03-31 - Small plane crashes in Littlefield (Texas), 2 killed:

2013-03-31 - Helicopter crashes near Larson Lake (Alaska), 3 killed:

2013-03-31 - Massive 95-car pileup on I-77 in Caroll County (Virginia), 3 killed, 25 injured:

Quote: "At the 'epicenter' was a wreck involving up to eight vehicles, some of which caught fire, Geller said. Photos from the accident scene showed a burned out tractor-trailer and several crumpled vehicles badly charred."

2013-03-31 - Passenger bus veers off road, hits telephone box, in East Kilbride (Scotland), 6 injured:

Quote: "Firefighters used hydraulic cutting equipment to create space within the vehicle so that the driver, who is thought to have taken unwell, could be safely removed and passed to awaiting ambulance crews."

2013-03-31 - Tractor trailer overturns near the Lincoln Tunnel near the Hudson River (New York), traffic disrupted:

2013-03-31 - Fire truck and SUV collide in coastal Harlem (New York), 11 injured:

Quote: "Six firefighters and five others were injured Sunday afternoon..."

2013-03-31 - SUV veers over centerline, off road completely, hits utility pole, bursts into flame, in New Braunfels (Texas), 1 killed:

Note: Sounds like he may have gotten a whiff of hydrogen sulfide and it knocked him unconscious, causing this crash, as unconscious people make terrible drivers...

2013-03-31 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits big rig head-on, in Dunn County (North Dakota), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2013-03-31 - Pickup veers over centerline, hits van head-on, near Elmore City (Oklahoma), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2013-03-31 - Patrol car and van collide in coastal Los Angeles (California), 7 injured:,0,4256390.story

2013-03-31 - Car veers over centerline, hits van head-on, in Shelbyville (Indiana), 3 injured:

2013-03-31 - Car and van collide head-on, in Columbia County (Wisconsin), 1 killed, 5 injured:

2013-03-31 - Car and SUV collide head-on, on Gilman Springs Road near Lake Elsinore (California), 1 killed, 5 injured:

2013-03-31 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in Sylmar (California), 3 killed:,0,2827304.story

2013-03-31 - Car crashes into Walmart in coastal San Jose (California), driver gets out and attacks people with blunt object:

Note: Sounds like he may have been zombie-ing there...

2013-03-31 - Car slams into concrete barrier, bursts into flame, on Highway 401 in Etobicoke (Canada), 3 injured:

Note: Etobicoke sits on the shore of Lake Ontario...

2013-03-31 - Two vehicles collide head-on, near Santa Maria (California), near the coast, 4 injured:

Note: Methane was found in the ground around 19 homes in Santa Maria recently, as mentioned in the 2013-01-18 update...

2013-03-31 - Two vehicles collide head-on, fire erupts in one, near Vernon (Canada), 2 killed:
Animal Attacks

2013-03-31 - Shark attacks surfing violinist at Terrigal Beach (Australia), damages $10 million violin:,tognettis-violin-damaged-in-shark-attack.aspx

Note: This is the first 'surfing violinist' story I've ever come across...
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